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Carol Salva Oct 20
Teach ? This post explains the "Extending ALL Students, Especially " closing session I did at . It includes many links I used.
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Christina Carbone Otten 16m
working through our school vocabulary Keynote. Learning that they could “write” today using the draw feature was an amazing Ah-ha moment for these non English speakers!
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Dr. Barbara Marler Oct 20
It's not surprising! It's should happen when we do it right!
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ms. meath 3h
I went through this text as well over the summer! Incredibly helpful in beginning to build my knowledge about our schools’ and how we can best supporting them!
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Julie Glaser 2h
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Megan Welch Oct 21
Exactly! Such an important skill for ☺️
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American TESOL, Teach English Abroad 7h
Using mobiles in class to enhance student learning:
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Carrie Mage🇨🇦 Oct 14
I think this hits home for me as an ESL teacher. Sharing ideas is brave, doing it in an additional language....well, we have superheros among us! 🤜👍👋👊
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Mrs. Walters Oct 18
🎉Finishing up our Geometry unit by building our 3D figures and writing riddles for each other!🎉
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~b 👩🏻‍🏫🔬...🔭 Oct 20
So based on preservice teachers presumptions about readily available resources, we really ought to have a lot more translators in schools.
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American TESOL, Teach English Abroad 4h
Parenting (Real Life):
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Allison Haltom 🌎🌍🌏 13h
Could we use this to give our access to repeated directions?
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Carrie Painter Oct 17
Great assessment idea - at the end of an assessment, ask students to write down what else they know about the subject matter besides the questions you asked! They may know more than you thought!
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American TESOL, Teach English Abroad 12h
Don’t Just Ask them to Listen. Strategies for Better Understanding:
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Create Multilingual Videos for Free 16h
This two-minute video outlines a student-centered zero prep task that practices speaking, reading, and writing, and that helps students analyze and engage with popular online content.
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Jonathan Bifield EAL Oct 18
Anybody that teaches should have this fantastic book. It's amazing!
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Christina Carbone Otten Oct 19
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Nina Triado 4h
Just finished these anchor charts to support in their realistic fiction writing unit.
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Susanne Stevenson Oct 21
There’s nothing sweeter than seeing students share a book together! We are working to summarize a book and determine the theme.
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American TESOL, Teach English Abroad Oct 18
Process writing for primary classes (Part 2):
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