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Video Games Lesson - ESL Lesson for Middle or High School Age English Leaners

Video Games Lesson - ESL Lesson for Middle or High School Age English Leaners | Strategies to stimulate conversation and review material  in the ESL classroom | Scoop.it
ESL Lesson Plan for middle to high school age English learners focusing on their favorite passtime - playing video games
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This idea is an opportunity for students to discuss and create their favorite video games.  

 

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New ESL Book Club for non-English speakers starts in March

New ESL Book Club for non-English speakers starts in March | Strategies to stimulate conversation and review material  in the ESL classroom | Scoop.it
An E.S.L. (English as a Second Language) Book Club will begin meeting at George Memorial Library, 1001 Golfview in Richmond, on Thursday, March 6, beginning at 10:00 am, in the Learning Lab on the first floor of the library. The first book to be discussed
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Students develop conversational skills by discussing books and/or stories.   Subsequently  they might role play one of the characters in the story or book to further practice the language and to possibly add to the story.

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ESL Song - "I Have a Headache" - YouTube

A fun song to help your students learn and practice important phrases related illness and health. Key phrases: What's the matter? What's wrong with you? I ha...
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Songs are often  an effective way to learn key vocabulary words and phrases when learning a foreign language.

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Teaching Foreign Languages Library clip - YouTube

Students in Yo Azama's (ACTFL's 2012 Teacher of the Year) class learn about the regions and tourist destinations of Japan. The students use familiar and new ...
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This teacher makes a lesson about geography and tourism so interesting by playing games; ultimately students create travel brochures and a promotional video about Japan.

 

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8 Great iPad Apps for ESL Students « Educational Technology

8 Great iPad Apps for ESL Students « Educational Technology | Strategies to stimulate conversation and review material  in the ESL classroom | Scoop.it
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My favorite apps are "Bingo" and "Kidioms" because both could be used for all learning levels and ages. Moreover, both apps are a novel way to learn new vocabulary words and idioms.

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