Learn how this instructional framework can help your ELLs move toward learner autonomy. 
Use this fun and creative classroom activity to give your ELLs practice identifying and practicing the third-person singular present tense while producing a group text. 
Shannon Tanghe shares about collaboration, critical pedagogies, and what to keep in mind if you want to teach to diverse cultures. 


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Christel Broady offers tips for using three online platforms that will help you spice up English language reading lessons. These resources make integrating technology into your teaching a snap with functions such as precreated lesson templates, ideas on presenting content to ELLs, and strategies for differentiating instruction. 

Inadequate learner participation is a recurrent issue in many ESL/EFL settings. One way to address this problem is through establishing a classroom community, which can help invigorate teaching as a bidirectional process. The leveled strategies provided here can help you reverse your ELLs' passivity in language class. 

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Call for Contributions: New Ways in Teaching With Music. TESOL is seeking contributors with classroom ideas specifically for how to use music in the ESL/EFL classroom. (Deadline: 30 June 2016)
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TESOL Press Releases Three New Books: Wordless Books: So Much to Say!; Preparing School Counselors for English Language Learners; and Perspectives on Teaching English at Colleges and Universities in China
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  • TESOL Core Certificate Program is Back! Newly aligned to TESOL's short-term certificate program standards. (Applications due 17 April)
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Doctoral Dissertation Grants Available: The TIRF 2016 Doctoral Dissertation Grants competition is now open. (Deadline: 20 April 2016)
Blog: Response: Building Relationships With Families of ELLs (Education Week)
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Map: Mapping English-Taught Programmes at the Top 1,000 Universities (StudyPortal.com)
Report (PDF): If You Don't Understand, How Can You Learn? (UNESCO)
Article: After AMAOs: Defining What Progress for English Learners Means Under ESSA (EdCentral)
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