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How Graphic Organizers Can Support New English-Learners (Video)

Kateryna Haggerty, a high school English teacher in Queens, N.Y., uses graphic organizers to help her English-language learners compare and contrast characters in literature. This model, designed to allow a gradual release of responsibility, helps students with limited or interrupted formal education develop fluency and independence in the classroom. 

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