I’ve shared a few of my ideas of what I’m doing during my daily Newcomer English Language Learners class (see VIDEO: HERE’S AN EXAMPLE OF MY DAILY ONLINE LESSON FOR ELL NEWCOMERS).
I know there are a lot of other great ideas out there.
There have been four Google slides presentations of different ideas that I’ve seen shared regularly on social media that are filled with some cool ideas.
It’s not exactly clear to me who has put some of them together – if you know, please let me know.
And if you have other resources and ideas to add, also please let me know (you might also be interested in THE BEST ONLINE TOOLS FOR REMOTE TEACHING – SHARE YOUR OWN):
50 Interactive Ideas to Engage Students Online is from Pamela Broussard.
Online lessons: a menu of ideas is from The British Council.
Distance Learning Activities for Zoom or Google Meet is from Not So Wimpy Teacher.
25 Strategies to Engage Students on Your Next Zoom Meeting is from Hooked On Innovation.
I’m adding this post to THE “BEST OF THE BEST” RESOURCES TO SUPPORT TEACHERS DEALING WITH SCHOOL CLOSURES.
Are you using Zoom for online classes? Here’s a summary of some of its useful features, plus some ideas for how to use it with your classes: https://t.co/x5PLi16aFM
— TeachingEnglish (@TeachingEnglish) May 13, 2020
Four questions – and answers – about teaching English online is the headline of my latest post for The British Council.
Maximising speaking opportunities in online lessons is from The British Council. It’s part of their excellent Remote teaching guidance series.
Maximising the learning potential of ‘Show and Tell’ is from The Hands Up Project.
This video is from ASCD, and also includes a Google Doc:
Zoom: Top tips for online English teaching is from The British Council.
How to Keep Students’ Attention in a Virtual Classroom is from Edutopia.
Popin is a live polling tool that I learned about through the CristinaSkyBox blog. If you’re using Zoom, and your district for some bizarre reason has disabled the poll feature as our has, this might be a good alternative.
Station Rotation in an Era of Social Distancing is from Catlin Tucker.
Brightful Meeting Games offers online games that can be used with video conference platforms.
Doozy is a new platform where you can create quizzes that that can be played by teams online.
ACTIVE LEARNING STRATEGIES FOR POST-PANDEMIC ZOOM BREAKOUT ROOMS is from TESOL Ontario.