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:
What Makes an App for Teachers Effective: A New Lesson Ninja Gap-Fill Maker is from ELTcation.
— ⤷ 𝔼𝕤𝕥𝕙𝕖𝕣☝ (@EstherMartinez) September 14, 2022
5 Surprising Features of Duolingo for Schools https://t.co/TLSFsyIKTf
— Amber Teamann (@8Amber8) September 15, 2022
I am so excited to announce the release of this secondary meta-analysis on language instruction factors that I wrote with Dr. Garforth @GarforthEducand @JoshuaKingPNG . Special thank you to Dr. Schechter @LXDResearch and Dr. Noll who also collaborated. https://t.co/0Arh7PflDq pic.twitter.com/wLzrkc7U0L
— Nate Joseph (@NateJoseph19) September 13, 2022
Heritage Languages in Schools: A Story of Identity, Belonging and Loss is from MindShift.
— MiddleWeb (@middleweb) September 18, 2022
Using Current Events is from David Deubelbeiss. I’m adding it to The Best Resources & Ideas For Teaching About Current Events.
Immigrants, English Learners and Post-Secondary Pathways: Framing the issue is from The Internationals Network.