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Education Northwest Jun 17
“If the student doesn’t have the language to read the New York Times article the rest of the class is reading, that doesn’t mean give them a children’s book.” Invitations & high expectations as a strategy for teaching English learners. Via
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Medlock Bridge Media 21h
What's your new favorite tool for English Language Learners? I'm always looking to add to my bag of tricks!
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OneWorldOneCentre_ECSD 21m
Our ESL Consultant, JoAnne, would like to give a huge thank you to the Grade 3 class and teacher Monique Lafleur at St. Timothy School for the Welcome Packages her class put together for our families that come through our centre!
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Robert Sharples 2h
The network’s first meeting in full flow! Fantastic to see so many & researchers and teachers setting the world to rights ...
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Landmark School 40m
Very helpful blog and info graphic from giving info on how to evaluate English-Learners who may have a learning disability.
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SoapBox Labs 3h
Do you believe like us that the future of literacy games and education for young kids is using speech recognition? Then lets chat, talk business models and explore how we can integrate our kids speech technology with you! Info@soapboxlabs.com
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Amy Bernier 6h
adult students, here is help for letters L and N: Practice makes perfect! Try again!
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mini yuliana putri Jun 17
Everlasting love💙💙💙
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MyCBCYEG 21h
This week, Learning English with CBC is focusing on the historic floods in Quebec that took place back in April. Access the lessons here:
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Robert Sharples 6h
To London today for the launch of the new network. If you can’t make it we’ll share the notes - DM if you’d like them.
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Sherri Lazenby Jun 17
I am looking for recommendations for tools or resources related to supporting learning in ELL.
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Amy Bernier 6h
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Judith Wilding Jun 10
As a teacher of English language development to students fluent in casual English, I feel like I run into a branding problem. So in my end of year survey, I asked kids to describe the class. I was thrilled with a few answers that were written.
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DJ-Rith Jun 14
When you don’t understand a word what they are saying, you start putting on your EL look on
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Nicole Bucka 15h
I ❤️ how research keeps fine tuning what we know: Academic vocabulary & comprehension are key across all!
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The ESOL Odyssey Jun 18
I may or may not be basing a professional presentation about academic discourse for ELLs on tacos.
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Jennifer Jun 18
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Learning Forward Jun 17
We'll start our discussion by building on Sarah's article about building shared responsibility across a school for
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Suzanne Jenkins, NBCT Jun 18
Day 2 of Escuela Grande. Loving these rising K ELs!
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WriteReader.com Jun 18
Looking for ways to motivate reluctant readers and writers in break? Try WriteReader, a free web-based app for making digital books (K-5). Easy to create printable books or share online with classmates, family and friends.
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