Five years ago I began this regular feature where I share a few posts and resources from around the Web related to ESL/EFL or to language in general that have caught my attention.
You might also be interested in THE BEST RESOURCES, ARTICLES & BLOG POSTS FOR TEACHERS OF ELLS IN 2019 – PART ONE.
. Also, check out A Collection Of My Best Resources On Teaching English Language Learners.
In addition, look for our new book on teaching ELLs, which was published in the Spring of 2018.
Here are this week’s choices:
How Clustering Our ELs Benefits Everyone is by Tan Huynh.
The August issue of my favorite English-teaching journal, Humanising Language Teaching, is now online.
WexLang is an intriguing site that lets you upload texts to read alone or with others, and it includes the ability to translate the text.
Scaffolding Learning Online Course is a cool opportunity from Tan Huynh.
Pick an idea and make it happen with Google Images is a post from Google explaining a change in how they display images you search for – I think the change could be helpful for finding pictures to use in compare/contrast activities.
I’m adding this video to The Best Resources For Using “If This Animal Or Image Could Talk” Lesson Idea In Class:
Can someone please make a video of what the fish is saying during this ride? I think we all need to see that. https://t.co/07zrhVknm6
— Colin Hanks (@ColinHanks) August 11, 2019
I’m adding this tweet to The Best Resources For Teaching Common Core Math To English Language Learners:
— Tan Huynh (@TanELLclassroom) August 10, 2019
— karen nemeth (@KarenNemethEdM) August 6, 2019
Tool to pre-screen instructional materials for its ability to support designated ELs. This resource can also be used to check your current materials for alignment to integrated EL supports. https://t.co/B72d03jq2m @EdReports @PivotLearning pic.twitter.com/vSEZSasi60
— ELL Stanford (@ELLStanford) August 2, 2019