The Picture Word Inductive Model (PWIM) which was introduced by Emily Calhoun in the 90s is a popular way to support language learners. It helps meet students where they are, grow their language, and add to their content knowledge.
Here are most the of articles and posts I've shared or written related to PWIM. Some include videos too!
Growing Literacy with Visuals
A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words
Using Pictures to Promote Language Development
5 Ways to Use Visuals in the Classroom
10 Tools to Support Academic Language Use (MiddleWeb)