All Blog Posts Tagged 'ESL' (7)

How hard is it to teach abroad?

Hi there I am a student at Johnson University, in the teacher education program. My focus is elementary (K-6) and ESL (English as a second language for k-12) I love to travel abroad and see new places. I would love to be able to teach abroad once I am done with school. I don't have a specific country that i want to teach in, but in general how hard is it to teach in other countries? Is there a lot of paperwork and hoops to jump through? or is it pretty much a smooth process? If anyone has any… Continue

Added by C.J. Cruise on February 3, 2014 at 5:18pm — No Comments

Make your textbook interactive with Glogster Edu

In my country pupils start learning English language at age of 8 (the second grade). The main skills they have to get through this stage of their language learning  are basic: speaking and reading, comprehensive listening and writing . According to pupils’ age it is not required writing  transcription of new vocabulary and because of that the remembering of it happens trough a lot of repeating of new words, sentences, texts. Pupils need audio and visual aids as much as it’s possible…


Added by Rositsa Mineva on January 22, 2012 at 3:00am — No Comments

Collaborative Understandings Live Session

This is the first of an open, ongoing course designed for anyone interested in teaching English to students of other languages. Pre and in-service teachers, trainers, instructors, facilitators, coaches, etc. will have opportunities to share perspectives, ideas, and experiences as we all search for ways to improve curriculum, assessment, and instruction in English language teaching and…

Added by Benjamin Stewart on December 29, 2010 at 2:41pm — 1 Comment

Help on a Wiki project


I am trying to create a class wiki for my ESL
students. The main topic would revolve around learning English. Anyone
know of any good wikis that I can direct my students to for ideas. Also
does anyone know of any experts who would be interested in editing and
commenting on student work?

I am also interested in connecting with other ESL/ELD teachers. Anyone intrested in collaborating on a project?

Added by Erin Herndobler on November 2, 2010 at 9:18am — 1 Comment

Free Internet Resources

I have been teaching ESOL classes for seven years now. Currently I teach online ESOL classes. I have collected free Internet resources at my website:

Hope it helps!

I'm interested in attending the 2010 Global Education Conference. I think it will be very interesting and educational!

Added by Coral Russell on September 18, 2010 at 11:08pm — 4 Comments

The role of L1 in L2 setting


This is Gul Destici from Izmir-Turkey. I have been teaching English to teenagers from all levels of proficiency in my country.After 16 years of experience, believe I still need to learn many things relating to the field we are working in, .I would like to start by opening a discussion on the following subject=

What do you think the role of L1 in teaching a second/foreign language should be?

Added by Gul Destici on July 17, 2010 at 1:30am — No Comments

Merriam Webster for ESL learners

Confused by custom-made and tailor-made? The past perfect and simple past tenses? This site at Merriam Webster can help to answer all of your students' English grammar-related questions.

Added by Timothy L. Wahl on September 25, 2009 at 10:21pm — No Comments

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