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Tan Huynh Sep 14
Love this pir chart of the types of talk ocurring in schools. Nice work, Sherry.
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ID_solar Sep 19
We need pro league for PS4 that’s not on ESL Play
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Steven Kandro Sep 16
Recently loving one note web clipper. Not only can I save education related articles for my own reference, I can clip reading material useful for my students, and add audio to the text. This way, my students can experience the powerful listening-reading combination.
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Chantae Reynolds Sep 16
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Paul James Kirrage 13h
Use Google dictation to check students’ pronunciation on the whiteboard in lessons - Open a Google Doc on a PC with a mic (or webcam mic) - Press SHIFT+CTRL+S to launch dictation - Instant feedback !
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JapandaJess🍶🍺✨ Sep 18
Legit question: why are there so many JET/ALT who come to Japan and they hate their job/living in Japan and spend all their time complaining in expat groups instead of just leaving??
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Tan Huynh Sep 17
SAVE THIS RESOURCE! Emergency lesson plans for teachers of ELs. What a great idea!
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Meg (busy writing this month) Medina Sep 17
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, I'm doing a each week between today and 10/15! Follow me and RT to enter! This week's stash: my titles en español. Contest ends at 9/22, Noon. 📕📕📕📕. US only.
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Mandy Fleischman 21h
Hi! Mandy Fleischman here, second year T in .
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Tan Huynh Sep 18
This is how I taught past tense in context today: 1. Watched a TED talk related to the unit. 2. Ss listed past tense verbs from the video 3. Ss worked w/ a partner to retell the events
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Richard Silberg Sep 19
I was a fellow in Cambodia during 2015-16. I encourage all, especially my k-12 colleagues to consider this opportunity. It was the best year long PD regarding ELL teaching I ever had.
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Deals N Loots 10m
Learning From The Mistakes Of Other Students And Duplicating Their Success Is A Revolutionary Instructional Approach.
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Declan Carey Sep 18
Replying to @DeclanGCarey
I’d love to connect with some fellow people in Spain. Let me know if you know anyone out there
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Tan Huynh Sep 14
Why we have to avoid using the terms “push-in” and “pull-out” when working with ELs.
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Melissa E 18h
When parents hug you and tell you that they love you at Back to School night, you know are doing something right ❤️ What language barrier?! Relationships can be formed even when you don’t speak the same language.
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NikPeachey Sep 15
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Mike Ridyard Sep 18
confirms another potentially interested party TVFC(3) LTD😊
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patricia t Sep 19
to the guy thats sitting beside me at Starbucks, reading, sounding out every word before he says it out loud: kudos to you for being brave & i hope the English language is getting easier for you.
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BBC Learning English 5h
😴Rob's 😩Tom's , and 😪Sian's on her last legs! Are you tired? Here are some ways to say so ... Find more cards here:
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Sharon Wilder Sep 12
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