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Supporting English Language Learners With Digital Storytelling

Can digital communication help increase ELLs' language output?
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English-language learners come to our classrooms with a diverse set of learning needs, including the need for more opportunities to practice using English in a variety of settings. But can digital communication help increase ELLs' language output? 

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