This practice will prepare you to speak of, for, and about students from a strength-based perspective. As we know, language matters. Labels such as ESL student(s) or Limited English Proficient (LEP) student(s) when speaking or writing about students in academic classrooms, although common and in use in school settings, actually reinforce deficit mindsets and raciolinguistic ideologies (see Flores & Rosa, 2015).

This practice will prepare you to speak of, for, and about students from a strength-based perspective. As we know, language matters. Labels such as ESL student(s) or Limited English Proficient (LEP) student(s) when speaking or writing about students in academic classrooms, although common and in use in school settings, actually reinforce deficit mindsets and raciolinguistic ideologies (see Flores & Rosa, 2015). Following WIDAs 2019 statement, we will be mindful of the language we use and orient towards social justice, equity, and excellence in education.
MUST be empirical studies and peer-reviewed articles
Use to find sources: https://oasis-database.org/
You do not need to apply an APA cover page. You can start with the introduction. The materials attached explain the formatting and more.

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