I remember when I first began teaching ESL to students who lived in China. As a Special Education Teacher, I was familiar with teaching ESL students who were native Spanish speakers, but I was not fully responsible for teaching them the foundations of reading. There was always an ESL teacher or a foreign language specialist that would teach the students the bulk of English, and I would reinforce skills in areas where the students had significant deficits. Many of you know that majority of my students are ESL students and I had to come up with a scope and sequence that would help meet their needs. I received this resource from my professional development course and it's great. It gives a good scope and sequence and learning strategies parents and educators can use to help students close gaps. I hope you enjoy this resource and feel free to share!