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The Accommodation Theory of Second Language Acquisition, Interview with a student from Mexico.
It is mission critical that teachers of students in today’s classrooms understand and embrace every student in their classroom. Active parents are key contributors to the success of students. Knowledge is power and the more information and knowledge the teacher has at their disposal about the students in their classrooms the better they can ensure that the students are able to access the lessons, and the curriculum. The background and educational history is important to give the teacher a basis for helping the student achieve. Wright, (2010) From my perspective our job as educators is to take the student from where ever they are and move them forward. Knowledge about the students’ past both socially and educationally will help the teacher to ensure access and academic success.

In today’s educational landscape the English as a Second Language (ESL) learners and Standard English Learners (SEL) enter school with a variety of backgrounds and needs.

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The Accommodation Theory of Second Language Acquisition

Submitted: March 25, 2017

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