Working with beginning English language learners can be a challenge if you don't know where to start. This post shares what small group instruction, such as guided reading, looks like with students who don't speak English yet.
This website is super handy because it provides us with apps, YouTube channels, and websites that help us integrate technology into the classroom. There are apps for every subject area and they are actually fun for the kids to use. I feel like this is most appropriate for the younger grade levels such as kindergarten through about fourth grade.
This English Language Arts foldable bundle can be used as writing skills mini-lessons throughout the year and are a perfect addition to an existing interactive notebook, or perhaps the start of a new one.
Labeling common items found in your classroom is a great literacy strategy for English language learners. Ells will begin to build their vocabulary skills and become familiar with their classroom environment. Make it an activity by having your students label the classroom for you.
We’re fans of Grammar.net infographics and share a lot of them on Ebook Friendly. This time, the image shown below is not really the infographic, but in a visually attractive way it lists most important tips to improve English grammar. They’ll help not only when you write a college essay …