A neat summary of four useful strategies especially for EAL students in mainstream classes.
great use of a range of resources – especially visual. This would be a brilliant resource for all students – not only ELT.
Videos to generate language and some great ideas for discussion.
Doesn’t look pretty – but this will get the most reluctant writer to have a go at poetry!
This is a brilliant unit with a range of activities to build vocabulary as well as sentence use in EAL learners. The template makes it easy to adapt other units.
Thanks to David Walp from Penn Central Middle School for these stimulating prompts.
This site is great for the holidays with a range of activities to build all your English skills. They don’t take too long and will really give your vocabulary understanding a boost.
The Times in plain English has some interesting articles to read. It’s US based but there’s enough general reading as well. Great for building your vocabulary as well as knowledge of current events.
I have noticed students still have some problems with the use of tense – so I’m going to give the visual method another go.
Sometimes it’s the little things that help our learning. Grammar bites on the British Council site has short clips and exercises to help with grammar and vocabulary. Use it as a short break from Homework or Facebook games!