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'Walls That Talk' Give Students Tools for Writing Independently (Video)

Kateryna Haggerty, a high school English teacher in Queens, N.Y., includes visual aids in her classroom that highlight language structures, vocabulary words, and essential questions. This "print-rich environment" gives her English-language learner students the tools they need to write independently. 

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