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Sep 16

Conversation Strategy: Asking for a Response

A sample lesson plan for conversation strategy: asking for a response, is a great one to add to your files. This ESL conversation activity is for any age of learner and uses  simple dialogue and conversation questions to improve conversation skills. Linkgroup-ESL-lesson


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Sep 16

Blogging With Students

A step by step giuide that help teachers set up and learn the process of blogging with your class. The site has several helpful tips and videos to show how to move through each step. Start blogging with your class today! Link

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Sep 16

The Best Sites For Learning About The World’s Different Cultures

Larry Ferlazzo’s list of the best resources online for teaching and discussing cultures in the ESL classroom includes topics such as food, geography, and family. There are some great resources listed for educators to use in lessons. Link

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Aug 16

Twenty Questions Game

There is an interesting version of the twenty questions game online that intermediate and advanced language learners would enjoy. Link

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Aug 16

3 Types of Summer PD That Won’t Ruin Your Summer Vacation

The nice thing about summer learning is having choices. Find an opportunity that allows you to further your learning without sacrificing your holiday. There are several experiences that are readily available for all educators. Link

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Aug 16

The Complete Guide to Snapchat for Teachers and Parents

Snapchat is a video messaging and sharing application where users can take photos, record videos, add text and drawings and send them to specific recipients. In order to better understand the uses of Snapchat, check out the complete guides for teachers and parents to make the most of the experience. Link

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