Nice technique for working texts: A fill-in-the-blank and a short “data set” of information about John F. Kennedy to introduce him to students who may not know about the president who was assassinated 50 years ago this week.
Many schools, especially those with small English Language Learner populations, do not create separate classes for Beginners and Intermediates. What are a few instructional strategies that we can use in such an environment that provides an effective learning environment for our students and that doesn't drive the teacher insane at the same time?Here are a few:
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