English Language Lessons
If you are learning English, come here to access online lessons about specific English language topics. You will find lessons on English vocabulary, English…
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Here is a perfect activity for your ESL students to use at the start of the new school year, at the beginning of the New Year, or a new semester. This digital ESL resource is perfect for middle and high school students. Goal setting is extremely important for your ESL students because it helps them see their language learning progress as well as keeps them organized!
Speaking is such a personal aspect of language learning, and that is just one of the challenges our multilingual students face. You’ll hear about the differences of teaching speaking to newcomer English learners and to long term English learners, tips for mainstream classroom teachers, reasons why speaking is such a challenging aspect of language learning, easy to implement speaking activities, and how mainstream teachers can seamlessly implement speaking into their daily lessons.
Are you looking for grammar practice activities for your ESL beginners? This interactive lesson is perfect for your middle and high school ESL students to work on the verb "to be". This is a digital resource that can be used in person or for distance learning and goes over so many different examples.
Looking for ESL speaking activities for your 5th - 12th grade students? These interactive speaking task cards are perfect for your ESL, ELL, and EFL students. This resource comes with 5 different speaking activities focused on hobbies and free time that will generate authentic conversation. This digital ESL activity is perfect for middle and high school students who are learning English.
Are you looking for ideas to teach writing to your ESL students? If so you will love my teaching strategy that will help your ESL beginners master writing! I cover everything from the basics like the alphabet, sentence structure, parts of speech, punctuation and capitalization to practice writing and writing activities that you will be sure to love!
Are you looking for ESL or ELL sentence structure activities? Sentence structure is something a lot of English learns need tons of practice with. This interactive Google Slides worksheet is perfect for your middle and high school ESL students to practice their sentence structure. This resource can be used in leveled ESL classes, one-on-one, or in mixed level classes.
Are you looking for ways to teach writing to your ESL students? If so you will love my teaching strategy that will help your ESL beginners master writing! I cover everything from the basics like the alphabet, sentence structure, parts of speech, punctuation and capitalization to practice writing and writing activities that you will be sure to love!
Have you ever heard the term “text engineering”? Today we are chatting about what it is and how we can help make content accessible to English learners. Check out the necessary mindset shift that needs to take place for teachers when we see the need to adapt materials, simple ways both EL and content area teachers can tweak a text without watering it down in just a few minutes, and we will share resources that both of us have found extremely helpful in bringing literary works to our EL students.
In today’s episode, I wanted to talk about radical self-care for teachers. That is, about the mental and emotional health of teachers and processing emotions in difficult times. Check out a little bit of history of Lithuania and how it relates to the current war in Ukraine, why this is important to me and how stress in general affects our teaching, and definition of radical-self care five ways you can help yourself come back to center.
Do you have coworkers, parents, or people around you that do not understand what an ESL/ELL teacher does? If so you will love this blog where I share the roles of an ESL teacher including bridging cultural and linguistic backgrounds, teaching English learners, Collaboration, professional development, and more!
Don't call people "mom" on accident- and don't use "ma'am" too much. "Ma'am" is really only used when you don't know someone, "Excuse me, ma'am?" or when you want to respectfully say yes, "yes ma'am." Don't use it with anyone that isn't old enough to be a grandmother. It's not a sign of respect for a young woman in American culture. #realenglish #nativeenglish #escoladeingles #영어회화 #영어공부 #ingilizce #inglish #إنجليزي