Instructional Strategies for Dually-Identified Students

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What are effective ways to modify instruction for English language learners (ELLs) with identified disabilities and to build upon student strengths?  These resources offer lots of ideas, including some for specific disabilities such as dyslexia and auditory processing disorders.

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