Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day…

…For Teaching ELL, ESL, & EFL

June 23, 2017
by Larry Ferlazzo
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Video Of Sneaky Cat Great For ELLs

Showing fun videos to English Language Learners and having them write and describe what they see is always a winning language-development strategy.

Here’s one that I’m adding to The Best Video Clips Of Sneaky Critters — Help Me Find More.

It doesn’t quite fit in with the other videos on that list, but it’s too good to pass up!

June 17, 2017
by Larry Ferlazzo
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Video(s): My #VirtuEL17 Session On SEL & ELLs (Plus Supporting Links) & Everyone Else’s Session, Too!

The #VirtuEL17 online conference for teachers of English Language Learners took place this morning.

My session was a Q & A one related to my previously posted video on Social Emotional Learning.

Here’s the link to the video of the Q & A session (embedding is not available).

I spoke about many instructional strategies during that brief session. Here are some links to find additional related resources:

How I apply Freire’s ideas in the classroom. Here are additional Freire-connected resources.

Guest Post: What ELLs Taught Our School In A Week-Long Empathy Project

I talked a lot about inductive learning – see The Best Resources About Inductive Learning & Teaching.

I also spoke about helping students develop agency – see The Best Resources On Student Agency & How To Encourage It.

Here’s a link to an article our former principal and I wrote about how schools benefit from having ELL students: The Positive Impact Of English Language Learners At An Urban School.

The Best Posts On Looking At Our Students Through The Lens Of Assets & Not Deficits

Here’s a link to the videos from all the sessions at the conference:

June 17, 2017
by Larry Ferlazzo
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This Is A Must-Watch Video For Any Volunteer Or Peer Tutor Working With ELLs

This video by Carol Salva is on The Best Resources, Articles & Blog Posts For Teachers Of ELLs In 2016 – Part Two list.

It’s the perfect resource for any volunteer who is going to work with English Language Learners for the first time.

Six advanced ELLs have volunteered to work with fifteen Beginning ELLs who are taking a summer school class taught by one of my talented student teachers, and they will benefit greatly by viewing it.

I figured if any other teachers are having volunteers helping with summer school, they too might benefit from me re-posting it:

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