This series used to be called “The Most Popular Posts Of The Week.”

However, Google has changed their analytics program and, for the life of me, I can’t seem to figure out how to transition to it.

And, since the popularity of posts has never affected what I post in the least, I figure now I’ll just list my choices for the best posts that have appeared here in the past week (or two).

You might also be interested in IT’S THE FOURTEENTH ANNIVERSARY OF THIS BLOG – HERE ARE THE FORTY ALL-TIME MOST POPULAR POSTS and MY ALL-TIME FAVORITE POSTS (2023 EDITION!).

Here are my choices for the past week (or two):

THREE CHALLENGES I’M FACING IN MY ELL NEWCOMERS CLASS & HOW I’M RESPONDING TO THEM

THE “BEST” RESOURCES FOR TEACHING SENTENCE STRUCTURE

SOME OF THE BEST RESOURCES ON SUPPORTING & VALUING STUDENTS’ IDENTITIES

THE BEST ADVICE ON GIVING & RECEIVING…ADVICE

THE BEST RESOURCES FOR HELPING STUDENTS WITH “TEST ANXIETY”

STUDENT EXAMPLES OF “EXPLAIN IT TO ME LIKE I’M FIVE” PROJECTS

THE BEST RESOURCES FOR TEACHING STUDENTS HOW TO PARAPHRASE

USING (OR, TRYING TO USE) GOOGLE’S GEMINI TO GENERATE “SPOT THE DIFFERENCE” IMAGES

ANOTHER STUDY FINDS THAT HANDWRITING BEATS TYPING WHEN IT COMES TO LEARNING

“TEACHERS SHARE THEIR FAVORITE LESSONS FOR ELL NEWCOMERS”

“TEACHING ADVICE IN 6 WORDS, MORE OR LESS”

“DO I REALLY HAVE TO GO TO SUMMER SCHOOL? HOW TO GET STUDENTS TO CHANGE THEIR MINDS”

“STRATEGIES FOR DEALING WITH CELLPHONES IN THE CLASSROOM”

“HOW TO TURN STUDENTS INTO WRITERS. 4 TEACHERS SHARE HOW THEY DO IT”