So often, our beginner students just need enough language to get through day-to-day activities. This lesson allows for one-on-one conversations on day-to-day topics in a short amount of time. 
Learn to implement this series of activities that encourages intermediate level students to design their own independent language-learning strategies. 
Get ready for the U.S. National Poetry Month in April: Writing poetry with ELLs develops confidence and vocabulary, and connects to the background knowledge of their native countries. 

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Download this free chapter on using television and movies for listening from Teaching Listening: Voices From the Field, a book in the TESOL Classroom Practice series. This volume shares successful practices employed by teachers at different levels of education around the world for teaching listening. 

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TESOL Training of Trainers:  Strengthening English Language Programs online course, 9 Apr–20 May. Register before 30 March.
NCATE Workshop: Register by 15 March for the Workshop for NCATE National Recognition of TESOL Teacher Education Programs.
TESOL International Submits Comments: Read TESOL's comments on the ESEA reauthorization bill in the U.S. House of Representatives.
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Blogging: Blogging as an ESL teaching tool.
Language Objectives: The key to effective content area instruction for English learners, from Colorín Colorado.
Report: "Exploring Approaches to Setting ELP Performance Criteria and Monitoring English Learner Progress," from the American Institutes for Research.
US$50,000 Award: Apply for the E Pluribus Unum Prize for Immigrant Integration by 15 March.

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