How ELLs will function in a classroom setting varies from case-to-case, but many will experience an array of feelings associated with how they speak, interact with others, and how they are perceived by their peers and others. Many may experience culture shock and the disorientation that comes along with taking in so many differences all at once. Many will have different tastes in clothing, entertainment, food, and other things that make another culture what it is. Others may feel isolated while others may feel they are perceived as poor and unintelligent. Lastly, many may feel ridicule and ashamed of their dialect and/or accent (Lee, 2015). This PowerPoint can help educate others in the field of education, parents, and community stakeholders of ELLs' experiences in school settings.