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October 2023
Do-It-Yourself CLIL: Designing Materials and Lessons
by Nina Raud and Olga Orehhova
Learn how to create your own high-quality CLIL (content and language integrated learning) content to meet the specific needs of your multilingual learners of English. Read More
Cultural Dimensions Revisited: Practical Steps for Interaction
by Lucas Peltonen
The author responds to a question asked by business English students, "How do we communicate across cultures?", with reflection and practical strategies. Read More
Powerful Presentations in the Global Classroom
by Raúl Sánchez and Dan Bullock
How do we teach multilingual learners of English to deliver a presentation to an international audience when everyone has different communication styles?
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Ask a TESOL Leader: "How can my content teachers teach content to all students and English language development to ELs in the same class?"
by Stacy Brown
Teaching English learners language in the same classroom and at the same time that you are teaching content to all students is a daunting task for any teacher. How can you make it work for students and yourself? Stacy Brown offers some practical suggestions and resources for making it all work.  Read More
Teaching Elementary English Learners the Features of Nonfiction Text
by Judie Haynes
Many English learners, even those ready to exit their English language programs, still have difficulties comprehending their science and social studies textbooks. It is important that both language and classroom educators teach a unit on the features or conventions of nonfiction text to English learners as early as first grade. This article introduces some of the conventions you can introduce to help your learners succeed. Read More
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New! Social-Emotional Learning Workshop: In this 7.5-hour live workshop starting on 7 August, you’ll be equipped with the necessary knowledge and tools to practice self-care and be confident in implementing social-emotional learning (SEL) in your learning spaces to support and benefit your learners. Get 40% off of the workshop when you purchase the SEL bundle by 10 October!.
Register for TESOL ELevate: Join your primary and secondary English language teaching colleagues worldwide for TESOL ELevate, 24–25 October, a one-of-a-kind online event. Learn more about the full program, including live workshops and networking sessions from four organizations.
Submit to TESOL Journal: TJ is a refereed research journal for language educators at all levels and seeks articles that explore how research and theorizing can inform, shape, and ground multilingual teaching practices and perspectives.Submit your research today!
TESOL Live! Connect Around the World: Grab your favorite beverage and join fellow English language teachers to chat and connect around the world. We will spend this hour conversing about our lives, sharing classroom practices, and making new friends. Let's value virtual connections—join us to network, share, and learn.
Ask a TESOL Leader: Do you have a question about professional development? Advocating for your students? Or anything else related to the ELT profession? TESOL leadership is here to help! Email your question to tc@tesol.org with the subject line "Ask a TESOL Leader". Selected questions will be featured in an issue of TC, with guidance from a TESOL leader with knowledge and experience pertaining to your question.
Article: 4 C’s for Better Student Engagement (EL Magazine)
Blog: Machine Translation and Teaching Writing (TESOL Blog)
Article: Scaffolding for Experienced English Language Learners (Edutopia)
Free Research Resource: Open Accessible Summaries in Language Studies (OASIS)
Blog: Using CLIL Activities to Develop Students’ Social Emotional Skills (Cambridge University Press)

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