Now is the time of year to learn about and share cultural traditions in a way that expands students’ knowledge, interest, and respect for all people. The article referenced below offers teachers suggestion son how to observe the variuos cultural and religious holidays and celebrations in their classrooms throughout the year.
For teachers who work with English Language Learners (ELLs), ensuring that students have the appropriate support and services to meet their unique needs can be a big challenge.
We’ve created an in-depth resource section featuring recommendations and resources to help educators, administrators, and families to work together around this complex topic.
Find out about the unique challenges facing English language learners (ELLs) who have learning and attention issues, and what can parents do to help.
Project Look Sharp offers lesson plans, materials, training and support to help teachers integrate media literacy into their classroom curricula.
Read about learning and attention issues in children who are english language learners. Learn about the accommodations for ELL students and how it effects your child.
The slides below were created through a free Linked In program that enables LinkedIn account holders to upload, download and share slides for personal, restricted or public use. The slides below offer an overview of how to teach English pronunciation skills.
Below is just one of many activtities for teaching children how to pronounce the /r/ sound offered by the Reading2Success site listed below.
English language learners: Have FUN while you learn from this site’s interactive games and activities using real-life situations. If you like this English in Life site, please share it with your friends!
This ESL Kids Stuff site offers songs, 1000+ worksheets, 1,500+ flashcards, readers, crafts, games, apps, lesson units, and even templates for student awards and lesson planning! Lessons are designed for children aged 3-11 years. Membership is US $29/year for unlimited access to downloadable and on-line material.
Teachers and tutors can go to the Teacher’s Resource page for ideas and continuing education. Among the items they’ll find on this page are links to the site’s ESL Kids Classroom Games & Activities list and an article entitled, “Adapt Your Lessons to Cater to the Different Learning Styles of Your Students.” I hope you find this site useful for your purposes!
This site offers FREE picture communication cards, songs, games and learning activities for English Language learners (picture vocabulary). They are designed to help native English speakers with communication-related disabilities, but the activities and pictures are helpful for ANY person learning to speak, read and write in English.