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If you’re virtually, consider family lessons once a week or so. Incorporate buddy reading, listening & speaking, or partner games. Why not capitalize on the home setting? Older/younger siblings, aunts & uncles, grandparents, parents, everyone is welcome!
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Mara Pacheco Becker 🇧🇷 1m
A great resource for ELL teachers.
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Ballard & Tighe, Publishers 12m
Frames for Fluency provides targeted scaffolds to increase oral fluency and automaticity. Our toolkit reduces teacher prep time and includes more that 550 sentence frames with clear examples. Use in-person or remote.
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Colorín Colorado Aug 13
Have you browsed our new resource section on supporting Ss through COVID-19? We have info on distance learning, family partnerships, and more!
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Saddleback Educational Publishing 20h
With many schools relying on remote learning to prevent the spread of the coronavirus in schools, the ability to stay on top of classes has become even more difficult for those without fluent English speakers in their household.
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Tan K Huynh Aug 11
My school ended its orientarion with this reminder of the things we will prioritize this year! Wise & grounded priorities in the face of uncertainty!
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Katie Gardner, NBCT Aug 12
Fun little intro video for Parents and Students as we begin our school year!
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Deedy Camarena Aug 13
Found this great document - Assessing Language Proficiency During School Closures - that guides you to providing this vital element for our students to be supported correctly.
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Teacher2Teacher Aug 13
👋 Hey, Ts – check out this question from educator ! What strategies or resources might you use to support your ELL Ss in a hybrid or ?
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Oliver Renato Fajardo Aug 14
Thinking about those students making the hard decision to leave school in order to work so that they can help support their families.
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Georgia Kotsiovos Aug 12
Matching headbands for my teammates!
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Laurah Jurca Aug 13
Great advice for ! Especially important for Ss.
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Learner's Dictionary Aug 13
Idiom: full of beans = not correct or truthful; full of nonsense If that's what he's been saying, then he's full of beans.
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Melissa Allder Aug 13
Don’t forget!! This is crucial; please take the time to know your students!!
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SoapBox Labs Aug 13
Young kids around the world are learning English using our voice tech. Here's 5 year old Aku. He makes it look sooo easy 😊
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Amanda Sandoval 🍎 Aug 12
PowerPoint Live Online! 🙌🏻 I created 1 slide to present, which I let run in the background. My ELs scanned the QR code on their phones which created captions of what I’m saying and they chose the language they wanted them translated into.
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Xelina Welsh Aug 12
If you don’t already know, is one of the best ELL content creators in town! And by town I mean 🌎 She’s inspiring our MS ELL team all the way down here in 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
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Colorín Colorado Aug 11
The other new article features our friends at Wolfe Street Academy in Baltimore, MD. Find out how they are partnering w/ families during the pandemic and their lessons learned so far!
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Dorina Ebuwa (Miss Dorito) Aug 13
Same for ...once labeled, many teachers have them all under one umbrella. There are sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo many different ELL. Ts need to learn how 2 decipher each ELL's linguistic & academic "level" by looking at MANY factors, not just an English or an ACCESS score.
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Andrea DeCapua Aug 13
As schools open in whatever form, let‘s not forget those most likely to be overlooked - SLIFE- checkout my resource
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