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Why Learn Another Language? The Benefits of Second Language Acquisition - Classroom Poster via WeAreTeachers #ESL #ELL

We Are Teachers

weareteachers.com

ESL Amplified: Amplifying Anchor Charts for ELLs - synonyms of "said"

ESL Amplified: Anchor Charts for ELLs

eslamplified.blogspot.com

Autism Classroom News: Structured Work Systems:What Are They and Why Use Them?

Structured Work Systems:What Are They and Why Use Them?

autismclassroomnews.com

Judy Willis, a neurologist turned teacher, who has amazing material about teaching strategies based on neruoscience.

Great story of cultural adjustment. This book is useful to teachers with ESOL students in their classroom who may be going through a silent period. Teachers who teach English as a Second Language to Spanish-speaking students can begin the year by reading this book and discussing how the students feel about learning English, and also refer back to the book throughout the school year as students identify their own stages of language acquisition.

I Hate English! by Ellen Levine, Steve Bjorkman | Scholastic.com

scholastic.com

ESL-Kids.com - #ESL stuff for kids including flashcards, worksheets, classroom games and children's song lyrics. A great resource for teachers of ESL kids.

Strategies and Resources for Supporting English-Language Learners

edutopia.org

The Importance of Varying Sentence Length. We're supposed to understand how to control the pacing of a story and why that's important, but pacing also exists in the flow of the sentences, the structure of each paragraph. Not just in the way the tale unfolds. A story requires as much rhythm, beat, and flow as a song.

The Importance of Varying Sentence Length

writerswrite.co.za

Deb's Top 10 Tips When You Are Assigned a Non-English Speaking Student! - Hey ESOL teachers: send this to the classroom teachers!

Parts of Speech Word Wall - This is a set of 8 parts of speech cards with words and pictures to post in your classroom on a parts of speech word wall or bulletin board.

Parts of Speech Word Wall

teacherspayteachers.com

Top 9 Websites for ESL/EFL Teachers (recommendations for teachers by teachers on iTeach Bilinguals)

Links - iTeach Bilinguals

iteachbilinguals.com

smiling English teacher--- ESL lesson planning tips

How to Organize your English Lesson

really-learn-english.com

Top 10 Board Games for the ESL Classroom with instructions. Resembles popular games

Top 10 Board Games for the ESL Classroom

busyteacher.org

English Language Learner (ELL) best practices that REALLY work. Excellent resource for general ed and #ELL teachers! #ESL

Reach ELLs: Nine Best Practices that Really Work

inservice.ascd.org

ESL Teachers Ask: How Can I Help Advanced Learners Overcome a Language Plateau?

English as a Second or Foreign Language ---- Primary and Secondary Education Exercises, Web-based Materials, Workshops and links for Teaching and Learning, WebQuests Spanish/ English

A Way to Organize Worksheets for Each Student so that each one gets the worksheets at their level - easily and efficiently #organization #classroom

A Way to Organize Worksheets for Each Student

evilmathwizard.com

Call My Bluff: 5 Simple Steps To Adapting A Classic Word Game For Your ESL Classroom

Read this guide for all you need to know about mobile devices for learning: Perfect for parents and teachers. Also available in Spanish!

New Guide! Mobile Devices for Learning: What You Need to Know

edutopia.org

Great video and English/Spanish resource from YES Prep North Central, in Texas, for support to Cultivating Parent Engagement.

Cultivating Parent Engagement

edutopia.org

8 awesome pinterest boards for Bilingual Kids {Do you have a bilingual board to add to the list?}

8 Awesome Pinterest Boards for Bilingual Kids

incultureparent.com

Interactive Grammar Organizers make a great lap book! Organizers may also be used in an interactive notebook. $

Interactive Grammar Organizers

teacherspayteachers.com

Spanish Writing Center Everything you need to get started to set up a successful writing center! Also available in English. Created by Alma Almazan

Writing Center Spanish

teacherspayteachers.com

I used this activity with my ESL students. We integrated spelling, homophones, and economics into a fun 3rd grade activity. We used flour as the potting soil. The students spelled Flower on the petals and wrote Flour on the outside of flower pot. We discussed what types of economic resources these are: natural, capital, and human resources. How was the flour made?

Is it better to speak one language or two – or even several? Find out where you stand. Bilinguals lead the way in international business, creativity, problem-solving, and in some cases even health. But monolinguals do have that larger vocabulary and faster retrieval, which can give them the advantage in a time crunch. by vibrantyouthe4