Creative Tools... and ESL
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Creative Tools... and ESL
Best tools and reflections to introduce creative and collaborative learning in education... especially in ESL
Curated by Ricard Garcia
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What’s Going On in This Picture - The Learning Network

What’s Going On in This Picture - The Learning Network | Creative Tools... and ESL | Scoop.it
We are excited to begin our fifth year of What’s Going On in This Picture?, and we are thrilled that it continues to be one of the most popular features we offer. Teachers tell us they use it for everything from helping students strengthen their skills in finding evidence to encouraging English language-learning students to practice speaking aloud.

Via Nik Peachey
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Always a nice activity... make students look and analyse!
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Nik Peachey's curator insight, September 14, 2016 9:46 AM

Great series of image based materials for discussion and writing.

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Visuals for Foreign Language Instruction

Visuals for Foreign Language Instruction | Creative Tools... and ESL | Scoop.it

The title says it all.

This site contains hundreds of visual aids (illustrations) that can be used to support instructional tasks such as describing objects and people (i.e., teaching vocabulary) or describing entire events and situations (i.e., teaching grammar). You can also use it to make your  worksheets look more interesting, especially when Google Images fails to provide you with appropriate image.


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Man's comment, September 5, 2012 2:17 PM
This is useful material thought and designed.
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Using Photos With English Language Learners

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"A picture is worth a thousand words." -- Unknown Though the origin of this popular adage is unclear, one thing is clear: using photos with English Language Learners (ELLs) is one of the most resourceful ways to help students in learning a language.

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