ESL teachers face a lot of challenges, and one of them is to make their lessons engaging to students. When they run out of interesting lesson ideas, they can take a look at some of the great lesson plans that are available on the Internet. Here are links to excellent lesson plans for teaching adult and beginner ESL students. 1.
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Here’s another “The Best…” list, and this time it’s one that is specifically targeting ELL/ESL/EFL teachers. And that’s why it’s called The Best Resource Sites For ESL/EFL Teachers. Of course, strategies, resources and teaching tools that are effective with English Language Learners can be equally effective with native-English speakers. In fact, I’ll soon be sharing an article that the principal of our school and I co-wrote detailing how we think implementing English Language Learner teaching strategies school-wide helped us get out of Fourth Year Program Improvement Status. I’ve been going through a stretch of finding it very difficult to rank sites in the recent lists I’ve put together.
TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) Program The University of Cincinnati’s Master of Education in Curriculum & Instruction Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) program is geared toward individuals who are licensed in single or multiple subject areas and are interested in teaching English as a Second Language (ESL). The program is designed to meet the national TESOL standards. The aim of the program is to prepare theoretically informed and practically equipped, caring, committed, and competent ESL teachers, curriculum developers and consultants, and program administrators for domestic K-12 public and private schools.