If you were utilizing a reading strategy among students with intermediate English proficiency, what specific guidelines would be critical for you to consider when planning the lesson?
When assessing ELLs, teachers must use a variety of assessments in order to get the most accurate snapshot of academic and language progress. What are some ways teachers can assess students in the classroom to include reading and writing?
cisions while having “regard to anything done on or after exit day.”. However, the key constitutional change is that retained case law will no longer be binding on the Supreme Court and the High Court of Justiciary. They will be able to depart from it by applying the same test as they would when departing form their own case law. This frees the courts of the constraints of EU case law and will result in decisions that are not influence by the CJEU – a clear constitutional change. In more general terms, the vagueness and ambiguities relating to retained EU law may prove challenging to the courts as they settle disputes that will no doubt arise around the meaning and impact of the new category of legislation. Moreover, the Withdrawal Act removes any action for state liability – the principle established in Francovich (Cases C-6 & 9-90) – meaning citizens will no longer have the ability to claim compensation as a result of UK failure to comply with EU law. This changes the constitution in a way that impacts mainly on ordinary citizens.There are some exceptions to this however. This does not apply to a situation where proceedings have begun before 29 March 2019 at 11pm or proceedings begin within the two year period beginning with exit day as long as it relates to something that took place before exit day. Arguably the most significant constitutional implication of the Withdrawal act, due to its possible long-term impact, is the impact on the UK’s territorial constitution. The Withdrawal Bill was subject to mass criticism due to it giving all retained EU law to the UK government and giving the devolved governments no authority to alter retained EU law. The original intention of this was to ensure that UK wide arrangements, that are currently granted by EU law, would not be compromised by leaving the EU. Due to allegations of a ‘power-grab’, the Bill was changed. The Act sets out that powers will return to the devolved administrations except in areas where UK ministers use statutory interments to prevent it. To ensure this ministerial power does not go unchecked, devolved legislatures are to be consulted before such regulations are made. However, the devolved governments cannot block UK ministers from limiting devolved powers, signalling a change to our constitutional understanding of the division of powers in the UK. The Scottish Parliament refused to grant its consent to the Withdrawal Act under the Sewel Convention, which states that the UK parliament “will not normally legislate with regard to devolved matters without consent” of the devolved parliaments. A convention is not legally enforceable so the UK Parliament enacted the Withdrawal Act in spite of the refusal. This could potentially have long term implications for the constitution on an immense obdurate scale as it could potentially strengthen the agenda and increase support for a second Scottish Independence Referendum as a result of the UK government ig>GET ANSWER