Learning how to take care of your child without being overprotective is about finding the balance. Hindsight is 20/20 and mistakes happen. Learn how to strike the delicate parenting balance without overprotective parenting.
How many activities of Spanish listening comprehension for students do you know? Using online resources, like Univision.com, you can broaden your students’ cultural horizons while providing them with Spanish from around the world.
You can learn English verbs easily, if you have the right resources. Incorporate the following verb table with speaking, listening, reading, and writing and you will see a major improvement in the ability of your students in all four areas. Your administrator will be happy as well!
It’s important to understand, when teaching math to ESL learners, what your students already understand. You need to separate the concept from the vocabulary. If you don’t, you may not come across well. So, please make sure to assess your students math ability in their native language first.
This ESL/ELL lesson about having the flu teaches the typical conversation that revolves around health and sickness. This important lesson will help your ESL students learn the vocabulary needed to express their health when they have the flu.
Download some order of operations worksheets, free to educators.These worksheets can be used in your math class to help your students learn the proper order of operations in a simple and straightforward way.
Want to know how to teach three-hour ESL classes five days a week? That’s a lot of teaching! One of the best suggestions is to break down your lesson into 45-minute sections on reading, writing, listening, and speaking.
Teaching listening in Spanish is simple. This article will provide you with all the top online resources you need to teach Spanish and develop listening skills in the modern world. Use the internet intelligently so your students can practice listening to authentic Spanish throughout the year.
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.
This metaphor lesson plan for ESL students offers a free worksheet and solid advice on teaching metaphors. First you must teach them to recognize a metaphor, and then you will have them complete a writing prompt involving metaphors.