This is part of an answer to a question I provided @ Enotes.com Deductive and inductive teaching of grammar In TEFL (teaching English as a foreign language) there are two theoretical models of teaching: inductive and deductive. As theoretical models, they basically mean one thing: neither of them is better than the other, and the... Continue Reading →
English Language Learners are just that: learners. They will get there with the right input. What makes them different is that they will enjoy the added benefit of speaking in two systems of codes, which will enhance the rest of their cognitive and academic performance, unless there are any hindering pre-existing factors that may prevent... Continue Reading →
This multicultural event was a success because I researched every single family's background in the school and invited them to celebrate them and give it 100%. I thought they wouldn't, but they all gave 500%! Each country wanted to out perform the other, and it was amazing what came out. I will never forget this... Continue Reading →
This is the latest resource I added to my TES shop. There are, I think, 14 pages on this one, but do not get mad if it is less. Notice that they are all differentiated k-1, 2-3 and 4-5 All of my resources are made with the Wixie and Pixie authoring tool.
Remember these resources? https://padlet.com/msoesl/ef9zia1ybugi Not long ago, I posted about how I keep my resources saved and stored in my Padlets. Check them out now if you want! ❤️ I got you some extra ESL ❤️ Here are MORE ESL practice sites that can help you in every standard area of life. The ROBOT! THE... Continue Reading →
The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is given to students who have not graduated from a US High School, or have attended a non-US college, and are interested in pursuing Higher Ed studies in the United States. This is the breakdown of the test Listening 30 to 50 40 to 60 minutes adaptive short... Continue Reading →
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This is a sample method to teach PowerPoint, PrintScreen, and L2 vocabulary for Kdg, 1st graders at mid year. The EL DORMITORIO Lesson: Teaching "The parts of the bedroom in Spanish using The Web 2.0 "Dressupgames.com" application with Polly Pocket's beautiful bedrooms and PPT.
I started out the year with a combined ESL /FL prOject using PPT where I apply the same vocab in English and Spanish depending on the group. It is based on common core. If you are interested in acquiring it, click on the picture and follow the link to my document area. This is just... Continue Reading →