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:
IATEFL Belfast 2022: Embedding assessment into classroom activities – with a twist! is from Sandy Millin.
I’ve posted previously about the English Learners Success Forum. Today, though, I’d like to specifically highlight the portion of their website that’s for educators. I’m adding it to THE BEST COLLECTIONS OF INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES FOR ELLS – HELP ME FIND MORE!
Families of English learners must be allowed to engage and lead in district budgeting is from Ed Source.
New Research Highlights Need for more Differentiation in English Learner Education for Indigenous Students is from New America.
LingQ is an online program for learning languages.
16 out of 34 valedictorians in Boston Public Schools are former or current English learners. Great article by @jrussglobe that clearly illustrates the benefits of bilingualism on the brain and the potential of multilingual learners. https://t.co/01NK6Kkyr9
— Ellevation Education (@EllevationEd) June 3, 2022
ELLs can watch this video and then talk/write about what they saw:
In this video series from @ReadingRockets a language & literacy expert answers questions from families of #bilingual students on helping students succeed in school, supporting #homelanguages, and referrals to #specialeducation services. Watch here > https://t.co/WDhy6el8If pic.twitter.com/Se8bpRZKuZ
— ASKNCELA1 (@ASKNCELA1) May 13, 2022