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The Best Sites For Helping ELL’s Learn About Completing Forms & Applications

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Over the years, I’ve always tried to find good interactive online resources to help my students practice completing forms and applications, and I’ve never had much luck.

In fact, this “The Best…” list might be the shortest one I’ve ever published. I hope by publishing it, though, that readers will be able to recommend additions.

So, here, as short as it is, are my choices for The Best Sites For Helping ELL’s Learn About Completing Forms & Applications:

LaRue Literacy Exercises include interactives and printables on checks, timesheets, forms and a map.

The Beginner Level Activities at the Voice of America have three very good online interactives on “Filling Out Forms.” Unfortunately, you can’t get a direct link to it. Go to the main page and you’ll see it there.

And that’s all I got!

Additional suggestions are welcome.

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Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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