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:
Innovative, and timely, initiative by @Ale_VazquezBaur @TheNext100 to support newcomer students and improve their access to high quality and equitable public education. Check it out! https://t.co/V3RTQYxSA5
— Taif Jany طيف جاني (@TaifJany) May 22, 2023
— Daniel Willingham 🦆 (@DTWillingham) May 22, 2023
— CaliforniansTogether (@CalTog) May 22, 2023
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Video series by #Together4MLs educators! 🎉 @MGomezdelaTorre @MissAlvirESL @KathleenBrinso3 @Schmidt4MLs @olemus2 @AngelicShorn Melissa Nicholson-Clark @PenderESL_Insco @TTStanley05 at https://t.co/szbB36ef5x https://t.co/qYWAIyh2XD
— Xatli Stox (@xatlistox) May 25, 2023
How Peer Teaching Assistants Can Support Multilingual Learners is from Edutopia. I’m adding it to THE BEST RESOURCES ON PEER TUTORS.
Using Mango Languages in Self-Instructed Language Courses is from FLT Magazine. Our local library system offers it for free. I’ve only had a student use it once – he was a Hmong student, and Mango is the only site I’ve found that offers an English course specifically for Hmong speakers.