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The New Approach to Teaching Emergent Bilingual Students

Between the 2000/2001 school year and the 2019/2020 school year, the English learner population in K-12 public schools grew by almost 1.5 million students, rising from 8.1% to 10.4% of the entire school population. As this subset of students has grown, new research indicates that teaching methods need to change to best help students succeed.

In this Playbook, we cover the top 5 myths about Emergent Bilingual and multilingual students, and how a digital solution, such as an Adaptive Blended Learning approach that keeps the teacher at the center while offering differentiated instruction and resources for independent and classroom learning, is key. Explore the myths about teaching Emergent Bilingual students, such as:

  • Learning to read English is key to speaking it
  • The importance of having an accent
  • Language instruction stops when the school day ends


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