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Check out 8 ways to support your English Language Learners (or ELLs and ESL students) in the classroom that will help build their vocabulary, support academic success, and help with social language. The key is to strive for them to feel comfortable, safe, and successful. These activities and strategies are simple to implement into any classroom with any lessons. #ELLStrategies #ESLactivities
Cristina Carreno saved to School
Most of you know that I loved working with ELL (English Language Learners) students. Although different school districts use different l...
Loreina De Vuono saved to Supporting ELL Learners
Learn how to make vocabulary folders. With a few simple materials you can quickly set up your own. These are great for ELLs...
julia cudjoe saved to English language learners
Through the use of real images and a word bank, these ESL task cards are great for expanding vocabulary and guiding students through the sentence writing process.
Erin McCord saved to VIPKID ideas
Do you have a newcomer student in your classroom? Here are some strategies for supporting newcomer ELLs in their elementary classroom...
Altamease Ford saved to Education
Tips for using task cards with ESL students. Ways to help newcomer ELLs speak, listen, read, and write with a non intimidating beginner activity. Ways to integrate these cards into the classroom and how students benefit and are able to expand vocabulary. #esl #teachingesl #ELLs #newcomers
Get this FREE ESL Teaching pack with speaking practice printables for Kindergarten, Elementary or Middle School students with no English who need to learn to communicate basic needs in the classroom and understand basic instructions.
ESL beginners - teaching English to teens and adults. ESL/ELL beginner teaching checklist
Using technology to transform how to teach ELL students in your classroom with the use of Google Classroom and digital Boom Cards
Sharoly Thorsten saved to Teaching ideas
It can be alarming to have a non-English speaking student assigned to your classroom. Our guest blogger shares her top 10 tips for handling this situation.
Bethany Burroff saved to ELL Resources