I thought teachers might find it useful to be able to see – and possibly use as models – examples of writing by English Language Learners.

Please feel free to leave links to other examples in the comments section.

Here they are:

Guest Post From One Of Our ELL Students: “Challenge”

Guest Post: Advanced ELLs Write About Their Summer School Experience Tutoring Newcomers

A Look Back: “What ELLs Taught Our School In A Week-Long Empathy Project”

Guest Post From An English Language Learner Student

Jose Carlos Haro Preciado is a student in Bret Gosselin‘s high school class. Jose has created a nice resource on How To Write A Poem, and I’m adding it to The Best World Poetry Day Resources – Help Me Find More.  A little more about Jose: Jose Carlos Haro Preciado is currently a student at Coppell High School. He is from Mexico where he lived until moving to the United States two years ago as a sophomore. He is an ambitious student who uses his writing as a way to learn from the world around him. He believes that by hard work, he can learn to do anything well, including English. He plans to go to college to become an engineer and is a valued member of Coppell’s champion-winning varsity soccer team.