Sunday, March 24, 2013

Communicating with non-Latino ESL Parents

I have worked with many parents who do not speak Spanish, and I have enjoyed it quite a bit. I was going to write that I feel bad sometimes because I do speak only Spanish and English, and therefore, I have a tendency to favor Spanish speakers, but I really don't. I feel as though I do treat all of my students fairly.

This post is not meant to be a blogfomercial. If you look at the links on the right, you can find resources that might help you communicate with all of your ESL students. They are all important, no matter where they come from or what language they speak. We have to find ways to communicate with every ESL family.

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