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Welcome to our open, self-paced ESL study group. We can and hope to add networks to the group. This blog is the hub where you can find lessons, links to ESL learning resources, leave links to add to the network, post comment and questions. The study group project is experimental. Participate by sharing ideas and suggestions.

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The 8 Real-World Tools Being Used By ESL Teachers

The 8 Real-World Tools Being Used By ESL Teachers | ESL Study Group | Scoop.it

From pop icons to your local newspaper, there are powerful learning tools right at your fingertips. These real-world tools are being used in ESL right now!


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Sean Ryan O'Neill's curator insight, May 27, 2013 6:56 PM

teaching is learning, hand in hand, together they walk down the aisle, just like love and marriage. 

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How Does Writing Affect Your Brain? [infographic]

How Does Writing Affect Your Brain? [infographic] | ESL Study Group | Scoop.it

Most of us write a little something everyday. It might be a grocery list, a poem, or a write-up on the infographic of the day. As we go through this daily ritual, however, we are probably not aware of the effects writing has on our brains.

According to this infographic, writing can serve as a calming, meditative tool. Stream of conscious writing exercises, in particular, have been identified as helpful stress coping methods. Keeping a journal, for example, or trying out free-writing exercises, can drastically reduce your levels of stress.


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Claire Williams's curator insight, September 26, 2013 7:01 PM

Although this artical does not have any background in being credible, it does give somoone who hates writing the incentive to do so. In the artical it takes about how writing can relive stress. No matter what type of writing it is (yes as much as i hate to say it even writeing for a class is benificial)