Eight 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:
Tips & Strategies for Working with Emergent Bilinguals is from The Multicultural Classroom.
What is ‘blind dictation’, and what can it do for your students? is from Language Point. I’m adding it to The Best Resources For Learning How To Use The Dictogloss Strategy With English Language Learners.
How to Self-Publish Teaching Materials: Original Content is from Walter Burns.
Co-Teaching for Capacity Building is by Andrea Honigsfeld and Maria G. Dove. I’m adding it to The Best Resources On Co-Teaching With ELLs – Please Suggest More.
Re-starting and Strengthening Accountability for English Learners is from New America.
Just In: A new report from @MigrationPolicy reviews ELs’ experiences in SY 2020–21, discussing statewide assessments, early warning indicators related to the pandemic’s effects on #ELs, and innovative strategies for supporting ELs in recovery plans: https://t.co/ZWDC6uTfJv pic.twitter.com/FMB8laCvI2
— ASKNCELA1 (@ASKNCELA1) July 8, 2022
ELL students could watch this next video and then write/talk about what they saw:
The incredible bomb disposal sequence from BATMAN with Adam West. If you’ve not seen this, give yourself a treat. pic.twitter.com/uSKuX9KfdT
— All The Right Movies (@ATRightMovies) July 7, 2022
More teachers, outreach needed to support California’s youngest English learners is from Ed Source.
I’m adding this next tweet to The Best Resources For Learning The Advantages To Being Bilingual:
Being multilingual is more than a skill, it’s the foundation of the human experience. That’s one of the messages renowned linguistics expert John Schwieter is trying to spread through his research. https://t.co/0l2lzlqchQ
— Seal of Biliteracy (@BiliteracySeal) July 8, 2022