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ESL Kids Songs. Wordnik. Using the Site to Teach English as a Second Language. Nonfiction Literacy and Current Events. Resources. Aiken Writing project. The Aiken Writing Project is sponsored by the University of South Carolina Aiken The Aiken Writing Project supports teachers as they incorporate writing and learning in their classrooms.

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Based on the National Writing Project's "Teachers Teaching Teachers" philosophy, the Aiken Writing Project supports several activities each year in support of teachers, including an intensive Summer Institute for prospective Teacher-Consultants. Click here for more information. The Aiken Writing Project Dr. Lynne Rhodes, DirectorDr. English From the Roots Up, vol. 1 (printable flashcards) - Five J's Homeschool. Just English Explorer Magazine - Inspiring Kids to Learn English Using Magazine. Resources for those interested in teaching English in Italy.

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Games. Graphic Organizers. MULTIPURPOSE ESL WEBSITES. Reading. Grammar. Speaking&Listening. Writing. Notetaking. Wacky Web Tales: Apple Surprise. Dictogloss / Writing / ESOL teaching strategies / Pedagogy / Teacher needs / ESOL Online / English - ESOL - Literacy Online website - English - ESOL - Literacy Online. Writing, Oral language: Listening and Speaking Strategies: Dictogloss ESOL Principles: Most strategies can be used to support all seven of the ESOL principles dependent upon how the teacher decides to use the strategy within their teaching and learning planning cycle.

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This strategy is usually used to support: Principle 3: Maintain and make explicit the same learning outcomes for all the learners. How can I make the lesson comprehensible to all students? 5 fun ways to use a Dictogloss in the EFL class. Listening is important.

5 fun ways to use a Dictogloss in the EFL class

Collaboration is important. Writing is important. Dictoglosses combine all of these these things to keep students' brains working in a foreign language. What is a dictogloss? I am glad you asked :) Dictoglosses are essentially dictation exercises where students work together to recreate a text. The teacher reads a text. SONGS Well, part of it means that you have to pick fun texts! DRAW AND TELL With lower students tell a draw and tell WITH the picture, and keept the picture up! MOVIES/TELEVSION Again, keep the level of the student in mind. Technology & Assessment. This web page provides links to publications, presentations, and support materials developed and maintained by Dr.

Technology & Assessment

Helen Barrett, School of Education, University of Alaska Anchorage (retired). Listserv devoted to issues related to Electronic and Digital Portfolios, beginning July 15, 1998.


Media/Videos. Vocab. Idioms. Themes/Holidays. AdultEd Online. Michigan Corpus of Upper-Level Student Papers >> ELI Corpora & UM ACL. MOOCs – The revolution has begun, says Moody’s. A new report by Moody’s Investors Service suggests that while MOOCs’ exploitation of expanded collaborative networks and technological innovation will benefit higher education in the United States as a whole, their long-term effect on the for-profit sector and smaller not-for-profit institutions could be damaging.

MOOCs – The revolution has begun, says Moody’s

MOOCs – massive open online courses – have garnered considerable attention since Stanford University’s artificial intelligence course in the autumn 2011 semester attracted nearly 160,000 students. While the course’s completion rate was low (15.6%), the scale of the response excited many in the higher education community – from institutions to venture capital companies.

Indeed, the report notes that MOOCs represent a “pivotal development” in the evolution of higher education and have the potential to revolutionise the way a centuries-old industry has operated. Resources for Parents and Educators of Kids in Grades 4 - 12. Hopelink Adult Education - Talk Time Topics. Hopelink Adult Education - Lesson Planning Ideas. If your browser does not support current web standards you will not be able to view this page as it was designed.

Hopelink Adult Education - Lesson Planning Ideas

Please consider upgrading to a standards-compliant version. Allow several hours for planning, especially if you are new to tutoring. Decide what skill you will teach, keeping in mind your student's competency levels, goals, and interests. To help define the learning objective, complete this statement: “By the end of this lesson, my student will be able to-” Choose a variety of activities that include reading, writing, listening and speaking.

Some of the activities should be designed for review or reinforcement. Adult Education Content Standards Warehouse. About Overview | FAQ | Contact Us Overview The Adult Education Content Standards Warehouse (AECSW) is funded by the U.S.

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Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education (OVAE), to support states in developing and using content standards to improve the quality of adult education programs. The Web site is organized into four main sections:

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Pop & US Culture. SocialStudies. YouCanToo! Last year, over 70,000 adults enrolled in adult education classes in NYC.


There are hundreds of adult education sites throughout the five boroughs offering free classes. Adult learners are all ages - last year, more than 3,000 people over the age of 60 enrolled in classes and over 13,000 were between 45 and 59. 2.3 million adult NYC residents lack basic prose literacy skills. 1.6 million NYC residents over the age of 16 don't have a high school diploma or GED. 1.3 million adult New Yorkers have limited English proficiency. Improving your skills pays off: in New York State, people without a high school diploma or GED earn only half of the state's median income.

Taking a prep class for the GED makes you much more likely to pass the exam - in 2009, 60% of students coming from prep classes earned their GED while only 36% of those who hadn't taken prep classes passed the exam. There is NO FEE to take the GED in New York state.


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