Many teachers have "tried and true" resources that they pull from year after year. I've been an elementary ESL teacher since 2005 working with grades 1-6. During this time I have used a ton of resources with my students; and my favorites have stuck with me. Even though my "classroom" can change year to year, from pushing-in, co-teaching, to predominantly working with small pull-out groups, these tried and true resources are ones that I wouldn't want to do without. Here's a look at a few of…
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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
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