English Language Learners
·Resources, ideas and blog posts that support teaching English language learners.
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Multiple Meaning Words
Multiple Meaning Words: Mini-Posters, Picture Cards, Activities and Quizzes- created for both distance learning and in-person settings. Explicit teaching of multiple meaning words, especially to English learners, is critical in both building vocabulary, and learning how to use context clues; an important skill across all content areas. #ESLclassroom #PrimaryGrades #EnglishLanguageLearners #UpperElementaryClassroom #ESLactivities
November Book, Vocabulary and Activities | Distance Learning
"In November" is a fun and engaging resource for building monthly themed vocabuarly and reading skills with primary students and beginning English learners. Print and digital (Google Slides) books, vocabulary and writing activity included. Perfect for distance learning! #ESLclassroom #ESLteacher #elementaryclassroom #monthlythemedvocabulary #digitalbook #Googleslides
Short Film | The Box | Comprehension Skills | Print and Digital
Using short films is a great way to engage ALL learners in the classroom. This resource provides both printable and digital (Google Slides) activities to practice the vcomprehension skills of story elements and making predictions. Perfect for distance learning! #ESLClassroom #ESLTeacher #comprehension skills #shortfilms #elementaryclassroom #middleschoolESL
ESL Teacher Planner | Editable | Print and Go OR Customize
ESL Teachers, this planner is for YOU! Our job is unique and requires a variety of specific responsibilities. This planner was created to help keep all things ESL/ESOL/ENL organized year round! From lesson plan templates, student lists, a calendar and language goals, choose the pages that fit your s...
ESL Getting To Know You | My Country | Google Slides
The first few weeks of school is all about GETTING TO KNOW EACH OTHER. This fun ESL Google Slides activity is a great way to build community! Start the year off by having students share information about where they or their families are from.Two options 1- use as a whole group activity with each stu...
Writing Sentences - Sentence Basics - Google Slides, Forms and PowerPoint
*** 50% off until 5:00 PM EST, 9/24 ***Teach students the 5 "must-haves" for writing a complete sentence. This introductory lesson is perfect for distance learning. It teaches students that a sentence must have capitalization, punctuation, a subject, predicate AND make sense in order to be a "good" ...
Vocabulary Office for Beginning English Learners
Provide newcomers, or beginning English language learners, with a vocabulary resource that will support them during independent activities. Everyday vocabulary words categorized by topics make finding words simple. An excellent support for ELs in the mainstream classroom, as well as the ESL classroom.
Irregular Sight Words for ESL and Big Kids!
Beginning Sight Words for Older Students. Give your beginning ESL students, and struggling students, age appropriate materials that will help build their knowledge and fluency with irregular sight words. Printable and digital resources make this perfect for virtual distance learning, or face to face instruction! Perfect for the ESL, SPED and gen ed classroom grades 3-6.
Multiple Meaning Words
Multiple Meaning Words - Tons of Resources for the school year! Digital and Printable materials to use during distance learning or in-person. Resources include Slides/Posters, Picture and Word Cards, Activities and Quizzes. Activities and Quizzes include Google Slides and Google Forms. Building vocabulary and teaching context clues are critical for all students, especially English language learners.
Language Goals for Kindergarten English Learners
Create language goals for you kindergarten English learners and set them up for success! This resource will help determine your students' current levels of language proficiency, set goals, monitor progress and track data. Perfect for the kindergarten ESL classroom and ESL teacher.
ESL Vocabulary Workbook for Newcomers
Building everyday vocabulary is essential for beginning English learners, or newcomers. Providing meaningful activities that students can work on independently in the classroom, or at home, is important. Watch your students' confidence grow as they are able to complete work with minimal teacher support. A total of six vocabulary workbooks are available, with six topics in each. Your students will be asking for more!
Word Ending -ED, PowerPoint, Pronunciation... by Kristen Vibas | Teachers Pay Teachers
The past tense suffix, -ed, has three pronunciations. This can be confusing for English language learners unless explicitly taught. This differentiated "-ed Word Ending" resource includes a PowerPoint lesson, sorts and activities to get students familiar with the three possible ending sounds of /t/, /d/ and /id/.
Short Films | Dustin | Joy and Heron | Compare and Contrast | Distance Learning
Using short films to teach comprehension skills is an engaging and meaningful way to reach ALL of your learners. This COMPARE and CONTRAST resource uses the films "Joy and Heron" and "Dustin" to evaluate similarities and differences. Vocabulary is include...
Distance Learning - ESL Digital and Printable Activities
"At-Home Learning" with English Language Learners just got easier with one full week of DIGITAL and PRINTABLE language building activities that support listening, reading, speaking and writing skills. These scaffolded resources support language learning and can be easily shared with students through Google Classroom or "print and go." Recommended for upper elementary, ELP Levels 2-3.
ESL Vocabulary Workbook, Cards and Sorts: Unit 1 Mini Bundle
This ESL vocabulary mini BUNDLE builds basic everyday vocabulary for beginning English language learners. Workbook activities are designed so that newcomers are able to complete them independently! Vocabulary cards and sorts are perfect for small group instruction and literacy centers. Vocabulary Wo...
Word Ending -ed, Pronunciation Sorts and Activities
The past tense suffix, -ed, has three pronunciations. This can be confusing for English language learners unless explicitly taught. This differentiated "-ed Word Ending" resource includes sorts and activities to get students familiar with the three possible ending sounds of /t/, /d/ and /id/.