Project Look Sharp provides lesson plans, materials, training and support to help teachers integrate media literacy into their classroom curricula. English language learners can view the material as well to learn about U.S. and world history as well as to hear famous speeches made by political leaders.
Facing History and StoryCorps provides lessons about American history and social issues designed to promote critical thinking skills, empathy and tolerance, and a sense of civic responsibility. In addition to the link to “(Re)building Classroom Commuity Post-Election” below, the site also offers the posts and topics:
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Free printable ELA English Language Arts worksheets for students and teachers from kindergarten through high school. Everything from grammar worksheets to book report printables to college admissions verbal test prep.
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.
Sounds of Speech (English) mobile application. This site contains animations of the phonetic sounds of Spanish and English. Available for each consonant and vowel is an animated articulatory diagram, a step-by-step description, and video-audio of the sound spoken in context. It is intended for students of phonetics, linguistics, and foreign language. Recently added to help fund further development you may buy an Android or iPhone Mobile app for English Phonetic Sounds of Speech. Use this to help learn the sounds of English.