Grammatically Speaking by Michelle Jackson
A dummy pronoun doesn't replace a noun, but functions as a placeholder to maintain sentence structure. Learn how to teach the dummy pronoun "it" to your grammar students using this group activity. Worksheet included. Read More
Science content can be daunting, but we can support our ELLs in acquiring the language and content of the science classroom with just a little bit of support. Here are six strategies you can use to take the lead and build a foundation for ELL success in science in the upper elementary grades. Read More
This month, "The World Comes Together at TESOL" in Seattle, Washington, USA, 21–24 March. With more than 900 sessions to choose from—that’s over 30,000 hours of learning—it’s like getting an entire year’s worth of professional development in just 4 days. You can learn about the latest research in the field and current best practices, pick-up a lesson plan or two, and network with colleagues. Here is a preview of what you can look forward to in Seattle. Read More
Call for Lesson Plans:TESOL Connections is seeking original English language lesson plans and classroom activities on any subject, for any level. Read the full guidelines for details.