Six 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.
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Here are this week’s choices:
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— #MLSummit (previously VirtuEL) (@MLSummit1) June 17, 2022
The Benefits of Oral History Projects for Multilingual Learners is from Edutopia.
Best Google Tools for English Language Learners is from TechLearning.
Majority of LAUSD English learners Fail to Meet State English and Math Requirements; Families Want Change is from The 74. I don’t really understand why people are surprised that ELLs did not meet regular English standards.
Instructor and Peer Feedback on Oral Speaking Tasks: Extempore, Soundcloud, VoiceThread, and Flipgrid is from FLT Magazine. I’m adding it to The Best Sites To Practice Speaking English.
It’s Sunday. I’m planning my slides for next week. When I use Ss’ languagae(s), I try to place it NEXT TO never UNDER English.
If I do, it sends a language hierarchy message. This is one way to create a language-friendly classroom. pic.twitter.com/KSodeju6V1
— Tan K Huynh (he/his) 🇱🇦🇺🇸🇹🇭🏳️🌈 (@TanKHuynh) May 7, 2022