ESL Teaching Tips & Strategies for Any Grade Level
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The Name Game: The Anglicizing of Asian Students The acculturation of Asian students has taken a step into the dark ages. Why are students, especially those from China, being told to Anglicize their names? How do the benefits outweigh the issues of culture shock, loss of identity and disconnection from their own culture?
Fun ESL Activities For Teenagers English language activities and fun are the essential ingredients for getting teenage students actively engaged in their learning! This article suggests activities that will enhance learning in the heat of summer as well as the long, cold winter days.
Parts of the ESL Curriculum for Preschoolers Developing a preschool curriculum for ESL students will take a significant amount of time and preparation. Depending on how much leeway you have as a teacher in your school to create such a curriculum, you can choose from a wide variety of topics to build your students’ vocabularies.
Using Art to Teach ESL English and Speaking Classes Classroom activities designed to encourage ESL students to share their imaginative interpretations of American art through discussion and journaling, satisfy the learning needs of ESL students who seek an academic or sophisticated impression of society in the United States.
Describe Him/Her to Me: ESL Activities Everyone has someone he or she admires. Using this as a focus, students can practice English language skills with exercises that describe people they admire as well as their peers.
Fun Ideas to Start an English Language Class As your ESL students are settling into their seats, grab their attention right away to help them begin thinking in English. Start with a joke, a music video, or a writing/dialogue prompt to get your students engaged at the start. This article has several great ideas.