is to enable children of limited English proficiency to develop the linguistic, cognitive, cultural, and self-concept skills necessary for success. The students will accomplish this development in an atmosphere of understanding, cooperation, and support.
2.The most successful programs are those that develop a positive self-concept in each student, while they continue to develop their English proficiency.
3.Teachers should have high expectations of all students, regardless of the student's background or academic preparation.
4.Teachers must help students in adjusting to cultural, language, and attitudinal difference.
5.Students in heterogeneous groupings learn from each other as well as from the teacher.
6.The ability to speak more than one language is a valuable asset, and one that should be recognized as such.