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Hannah Davis 41m
Loved seeing students using s to learn English. Students made sentence puzzles for each other to solve. Lesson incorporated reading, writing, speaking, listening and THINKING. Super engaged class! Thanks. Mr. Neupert
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Seidlitz Education 20h
6 essential strategies for teaching , according to some of our favorite people! Don't miss these insights from @toppel_ED, , , & more! via
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Salvas 8h
Replying to @SEMPERscotland
One of the good things to come out of this terrible tragedy - Police trg thru UK so that Officers had some basic skills to save lives of injured people on the street. Sadly this trg & equipment is now cut back in many forces.
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Emily Fɾαɳƈιʂ 💫 Apr 10
⚠️”what may appear to be poor comprehension and weak memory skills may in fact be students’ lack of experience or background knowledge...” ⚠️ ~ MCC5 ‼️ Be aware, teachers of ‼️
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Mariela Ballester Apr 9
One way we can make academic instructions clear for is to display them visually, either on the white board or SMARTBoard. When giving the instructions, make sure to point to each one as read aloud and use gestures when explaining the process.
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Seidlitz Education Apr 10
Today on the , shows us 8 ways to writing for in the classroom. What are your favorite strategies?
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Seidlitz Education Apr 22
We're THRILLED to announce our favorite event of the year: our 5th annual will be in Houston 1/30, & our call for proposals is open! If you'd like to share strategies you use to support in your classroom, we'd love to hear from you!
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Krystal Ramirez Apr 12
2 of our ELs made NJHS and were unable to go to the induction ceremony, so we had one of our own! ⁦They had no idea! ⁦⁩ we make a great team!
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FRPS EL Department Apr 9
participating in a Spring after school ESL through science program. TY Ms Solway & Ms Laroche for your time & effort to expand our language proficiency through engaging programs, such as the camouflage activity they had just completed!
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Marina Conde Apr 6
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Wavemaker Stoke Apr 22
from the Wavemaker Team! We hope everyone has a nice break. We're having a well-earned rest before we jump back into projects and hope everyone enjoys their time off, including the wonderful students and the residents we've been working with!
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Brooke Y. Hoffman, PhD Apr 9
Honored to present in the "Curricular Models for Teaching and in " session today & contribute to the conversation about preparing teachers to facilitate quality content & language learning for !
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DriveWithCompassion 13h
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HISD Multilingual Apr 10
Want to positively impact 6⃣7⃣0⃣0⃣0⃣English Learners?⚠️ Multilingual Programs is hiring! Join us this Sat., April 13th for the Job Fair.: 4400 W 18th ST From 9 AM - 1:30PM Learn more about this & Register to attend:
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EarLegendSounds Jan 23
Never forget how y’all treated us. ✨
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English Learners Success Forum Mar 15
“One of the biggest roadblocks to learning is that never get a chance to work with complex texts… Simply put, the easy texts schools give to ELs... actually prevent them from discovering how language works in academic discourse” - Lily Wong and Charles J. Fillmore
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BBC Learning English Mar 14
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D.Mac Apr 20
Join me in annotating/discussing "How Should readers develop across Time? Mapping Change without a deficit Perspective" from Language Arts journal, using (although doesn't work on phones - fyi)
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Mrs. Park’s Classroom Mar 31
Shout out to and for this amazing idea. I am equipping my developing with tier 2 high-frequency words that occur across content areas. What a great way to review these terms!
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Anthony Nesbit Feb 14
A3. We can promote confidence in beginner by supporting their use of L1 and whatever supports needed to show mastery of content. I think that is an important part of increasing their confidence in sheltered classrooms.
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