As I’ve previously posted, our new book, “The ESL/ELL Teacher’s Survival Guide: Ready-to-Use Strategies, Tools, and Activities for Teaching English Language Learners of All Levels,” (co-authored by Katie Hull Sypnieski), was published last week.

Beginning today, Monday, we’re trying an experiment with our book on Twitter. Each day for the next thirty days I’ll be sending out tweets with two different key sentences from our book using the hashtag #eslsg (“ESL Survival Guide”). If you’re on Twitter and not already following me, you can find me at @Larryferlazzo. Feel free to respond to those sentences with questions or comments, too, using that same hashtag.

For readers who are not on Twitter, I’ll be compiling the quotations each week and posting them here. I’ll also be including Twitter questions or comments — and our responses to them — in those weekly summaries. Readers should feel free to leave comments on those summaries, too, and Katie and I will be responding to them.

We’ll see how it goes….

By the way, our editor is hopeful that all the downloadable resources will be posted on our book’s website by early this week, and they will be available to anyone — whether you purchase the book or not. They may be a bit unclear, though, if you’re not looking at them in the context of the book’s narrative.