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Building Vocabulary by Acting Out History
A two-for-one tip for your English Language Learners! See how this educator teaches powerful history lessons while her students "act out" vocabulary for better understanding.
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Engaging ELL Parents
Communicating with ELL parents can be a huge challenge. See how this educator bridges the language barrier with time and technology.
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Engaging Parents Who Don’t Speak English
Ms. Nicole doesn’t let language barriers get in the way of fostering good communication with parents. Learn how she adapts proven parent engagement strategies for non-native speakers.
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Five Ideas for Reaching ELL Students
In roder to teach English language learners you have to reach English language learners. Ms. Braverman lists five critical steps that can help you make both happen
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Foreign Langauge Ice-Breakers
Getting your foreign language learners back in the groove when school starts can be fun with this tip. Ms. O'Neill's students think so, too! See if her tip can work for you.
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I Read, You Read, We Read
If you're working with younger ELL students, here are some tried and true tips and resources from Ms. Iversen.
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Non-English Speaking Parents
To communicate with parents who don't speak English, Ms. Sheehy has created a method that works for her. See how she combines help from a clleague with technology to ensure good parent-teacher communication.
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Overhead Sentences
Ms. Harder found that when her students are able to move the words around on the overhead, the class can see what's going on and they pay attention. So she created this tip and it really works for her.
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Recorded Spelling
Ms. Gumz found a great way to communicate and teach her English Language Learners and their parents. She used a simple tape recorder and noticed her students' improvement and their families' appreciation.
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