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Teaching ESL in Japan | Saundz | American English Pronunciation Software

Teaching ESL in Japan | Saundz | American English Pronunciation Software | ESL and Language Instruction | Scoop.it
Teaching ESL in Japan is a great opportunity, but many people don't know how to find their way in a completely different culture.
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Infographic: 10 Principles for Effective Vocabulary Instruction > Eye On Education

Infographic: 10 Principles for Effective Vocabulary Instruction > Eye On Education | ESL and Language Instruction | Scoop.it

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Donna Shattuck's curator insight, August 8, 2013 7:02 AM

Fantastic!

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10 Principles for effective Vocabulary.

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Stamford's ESL program has its supporters - The Advocate

Stamford's ESL program has its supporters - The Advocate | ESL and Language Instruction | Scoop.it
Stamford's ESL program has its supporters
The Advocate
Once he matriculated into high school in Stamford, he was placed in a basic ESL program, but was moved to advanced ESL classes within two weeks after teachers realized he wasn't a beginner.
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8 Great Online Resources for ESL/EFL Teachers

8 Great Online Resources for ESL/EFL Teachers | ESL and Language Instruction | Scoop.it
A selection of Internet tools that can be highly useful to teachers of English as a second (or foreign) language. The ever-growing Web has caused the

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xpatva's curator insight, October 17, 2013 11:43 PM

One of the basic strategies ESL teachers abroad soon learn, unless they like doing things the hard way all the time, is where the best online teaching resources are (and how to use them).

wanderingsalsero's comment, June 29, 2015 3:00 PM
I think one of the challenges for teachers finding effective tools is 'finding tools that resemble something the students already like to do'. And what are the kids doing now: It's social media. That's why I think this tool that I found a few days ago is so cool and I plan in integrating it into the website I'm setting up. I've got my domain and everything: http://wanderingsalsero.gfriend.com . I was introduced to the owner of the company by a fellow I used to do some writing for and I'll be talking to him tonight to get more information about their planned expansion of the modules on the site but, considering it's all free anyway, even what they've got right now is very valuable.
wanderingsalsero's curator insight, July 6, 2015 7:25 PM

As I delve more and more into online ESL resources I have yet to see anything that compares to the gFriend concept. Not only does it address the immediate needs a the larger number of students (i.e. free, basic, and easily accessible) but it's just plan fun. The people I've given the site access to all say they love it. They're available here:

www.wanderingsalsero.gfriend.com