Irma Savitri Sadikin(1*), Oktian Fajar Nugroho(2)

(1) Universitas Esa Unggul
(2) universitas Esa Unggul
(*) Corresponding Author


Teachers have a responsibility to help pupils who are not yet fluent in English learn the language during their time in school. Researchers examined how English language learners and STEM literacy might work together in a positive way to improve students' academic performance. Science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) educators may help students understand more about technology and how to apply it to their daily lives. In addition, students who are learning to read and write in another language should also take an English language course as part of their literacy curriculum. Students' academic English and conceptual grasp of STEM subjects may be improved through hands-on STEM projects. STEM teachers can benefit from these concepts as Isaac Newton's first, second, and third laws of motion are the focus of this project.


Keywords:  English Language Learners; Cultural and Linguistic Diversity; Content-Specific Teaching Methodologies; Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Literacy

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