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Articles | September 15, 2017

We asked Really Good Teachers around the country to share some of their best teaching tips for working with ESL and ELL students. Not only were their ideas and activities

Articles | September 29, 2016

While all preschoolers could be considered language learners because of their developing oral language and vocabulary skills, young children who speak a language other than English at home and who

Articles | September 7, 2016

We are off and running with the Common Core Standards. With this in mind, have you checked out the Language Domain of the Common Core English Language Arts (ELA) standards?

Articles | August 17, 2015

Guest post by Lori Wolfe, Fun to Teach August is here and it is time to prepare for the new school year. If you have second language learners in your

Articles | April 11, 2013

by Lori Wolfe, Monthly Columnist Do you have English Language Learners (ELLs) in your classroom who are struggling to learn to read? As many of us do, I wanted to

Articles | March 4, 2013

by Lori Wolfe, Guest Columnist As classroom teachers we know the value of thematic units when teaching young learners. These units motivate children and engage students in learning. But did

Articles | February 6, 2013

  Those who teach preschool and early elementary students face unique challenges due to students’ limited language abilities.  When a child enters the classroom with no English language skills at

Articles | October 3, 2012

by Lori Wolfe, Guest Columnist We are knee deep back at school and looking good! October is the perfect month for teachers with second language learners to take a moment

Articles | October 2, 2012

Finding resources for great ESL and Spanish teaching materials can be challenging.  One of the best resources for information is on ESL and Spanish blogs that focus on practical ideas

Articles | September 28, 2012

As a first year teacher at an elementary school with a high population of ESOL students, my greatest challenge in the classroom is creating lessons and learning opportunities that are

Articles | August 7, 2012

Teachers use student grouping for many reasons. Some teachers group students by behavior in order to improve their classroom management. Some teachers group students by academic levels in order to

Articles | August 6, 2012

by Lori Wolfe, Monthly Columnist As we head back to our classroom and prepare for a new school year, many of us will find English Language Learners (ELLs) on our

Articles | March 19, 2012

Conference time is coming up and that gnawing worry about how you can effectively communicate with parents of your English Language Learner (ELL) students may be taking hold.  Don’t panic. 

Articles | March 13, 2012

April is a challenging month for bulletin board decorating.  It is starting to get warmer and while thoughts might start drifting to the end of the school year, there are

Articles | October 11, 2011

Dead of the Day celebrations are held November 1st and 2nd.  While this holiday may not be one that you grew up with, for many of your ESL/ELL students, it

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