ESL Teaching Tips & Strategies for Any Grade Level   (page: 3 of 14)

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  • Effective TEFL Methods: Teach English as a Foreign Language
    Learning styles used for children can also be effective TEFL methods for adult learners. It's important to speak in the target language always, and incorporate some games into your lessons.
  • The Great Impact of the Librarian Upon Your ESL Students
    The school library is the hub for literacy for all students, including English as a Second Language (ESL) learners. The librarian and ESL students together can use the books and materials as enrichment tools for every possible aspect of language learning.
  • Five Basic Strategies For Teaching Adult ESL Students
    Your preparations on how to teach ESL should include speaking and listening as the main focus in the first series of lessons. Reading and writing skills should then follow. Get this writer's take on sound strategies for igniting learning in your adult ESL classroom.
  • Five W's and H System: Improve ESL Student Writing Skills
    As a start in second language acquisition and students writing performance, use the “Five W’s and H” system used in news stories.
  • Three Ideas For Lesson Plans in Your ESL Classes
    Your ESL lesson plans should include games and activities to increase learning pleasure for students. Below you'll find several suggestions to keep your students' enthusiastic during the learning process.
  • Lessons Based on Movies
    An original English movie providing students with images, sound and plots can be attractive material to learn English. However, simply watching a movie in class can hardly improve students' English. This article is going to give you some tips on how to teach movie-based ESL lessons.
  • Three ESL Teaching Assessments
    The following guideline will assist you with writing good ESL lesson plans with assessment.
  • Second Language Acquisition: The Natural Approach
    When learning a foreign language, what factors affect second language acquisition? How can teachers and learners better understand and improve the learning process and become more successful learners? Find out about the natural approach.
  • The Educational Quandary: ELL & Special Education
    The educational system in the United States faces a huge quandary due to the mis-assignment of English language learners to special education classrooms. The policy to place students who are unable to speak English into special education programs is unfair and unwise.
  • Want to Read? Great Books For ESL Learners
    When it comes to required classroom reading, ESL students are no different from native English speaking students: They all have varied tastes in the selection of reading material. Some ESL students will enjoy fiction, while others are history buffs. Diverse reading lists get everyone reading.
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