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October 2015
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Engaging Strategies for Academic Writing
by Marietta Bradinova and Claire Gimble
Teaching academic writing doesn't have to be boring. Try these interactive activities with your ELLs to develop academic writing while integrating all four skills. Read More
Balanced Listening Instruction
by Beth Sheppard
Listening is a challenging skill to learn and to teach; be sure to offer your students opportunities for both independent and explicit instruction, extensive and focused listening. Read More
Test Yourself: A Lesson Plan on Student-Created Quizzes
by Lauren Rein
Help your university students develop critical thinking skills and improve recall of materials for assessments.Read More
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Quick Tip: PRIME: 5 Guidelines for Integrating Appropriate Technology
by Baburhan Uzum

Educators today are expected to integrate technology into their lessons, but it can be difficult to select and design effective instructional technologies for language learning purposes. Use the PRIME framework, presented here with an example, to assess whether the computer-assisted language learning activity you have in mind will be meaningful and effective. Read More

Free TESOL Quarterly Article:
"That Sounds So Cooool": Entanglements of Children, Digital Tools, and Literacy Practices

September 2015: Volume 49, Issue 3

In this free article from TESOL Quarterly, the authors share results from a study in which researchers examine the diverse literacy practices and activities involved when a group of ELLs created short videos about sustainability and social justice. Authors Kelleen Toohey, Diane Dagenais, Andreea Fodor, Linda Hof, Omar Nuñez, Angelpreet Singh, and Liz Schulze.  Read More

Association News
Registration Now Open for TESOL 2016: Come to Baltimore and celebrate TESOL International Association's 50th anniversary! 
TESOL 2016 Proposal Submission Status: Did you submit a proposal for TESOL 2016? You will be notified mid-October if yours was chosen.
TESOL Professional Development: Take advantage of all TESOL has to offer for your professional growth; sign up for one of these courses or events today!
  • TESOL Symposium in Cancun: 4 Nov 2014. Interactive sessions on how teaching methodology has changed in the last decade and what an effective language teacher looks like today.
  • TESOL Regional Conference in Singapore: Excellence in Language Instruction. Featuring 6 preconference workshops,  3 keynotes, & 180 sessions
  • Virtual Seminar: Prepare Your Program for NCATE Review: 27 October.
  • TESOL Core Certificate Program is Back! Newly aligned to TESOL's short-term certificate program standards. Applications due 8 November 2015.
  • Online Course: Separating Difference From Disability: Explore assessment, intervention, and identification techniques. 26 Oct–22 Nov.
  • Online Course: Training of Trainers: Take action to revitalize and transform your ELT Continuing Professional Development program. 11 Nov–22 Dec.

And check out this FREE TESOL Virtual Seminar:

Leading Your Leader: How to Talk to Administrators about Your English Learners’ Needs, 28 Oct.

TESOL Awards & Grants: Now accepting applications. Funding for TESOL 2016 available. Deadline 1 November.
Resources
Toolkit: English Learner Toolkit (Office of English Language Acquisition)
Survey: Input Wanted on Survey of English Language Learner Classroom Participation Patterns. Deadline 5 October. (ETS)
Webinar: What Are “High-Flying” Districts for English Learner Students? (Regional Education Laboratory at EDC)
Article: 4 Strategies to Help ELLs in the Mainstream Classroom (edutopia)
Online Courses: New MOOCs being offered (Stanford University Understanding Language)
Report: The Impact of Discrimination on the Early Schooling Experiences of Children from Immigrant Families (Migration Policy Institute)
Blog: Making Science Accessible in Multilingual Classrooms (NSTA)
Article: Identifying and Supporting ELLs With Learning Disabilities (EdCentral)

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