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  • Listening Skills: Classroom Management, RTI, ESL, and more!

    Listening skills are so important!  Before you can effectively teach procedures and academic skills, your students need to listen and attend to what you are saying.  Last year, I wrote a blog post with a listening activity to show what I did at the beginning of the year.  Teachers emailed me asking for more of these listen and draw activities. ...
    Posted to Teach123 (Weblog) by Anonymous on August 3, 2015
  • Spell Up

    Spell Up is a new game for Google's Chrome browser that I just found out about from Ozge Karagolu's wonderful blog.  This is a great voice activated game that uses the device's microphone as people try to spell out words.  Every time a word gets spelled correctly it gets stacked on top of each other (think UpWords).  As you get more words correct ...
    Posted to Cyber Hero: Technology Tidbits (Weblog) by Anonymous on September 29, 2014
  • Speech Wizard

    Speech Wizard is an excellent iPad app that is normally $39.99 but free today.  This app is perfect for ESL, parents, or Speech Therapists looking to help students w/ their articulation skills.  This is done through fun Game Based Learning activities that has students using flashcards, going on sound hunts, and more.  Best of all is the data ...
    Posted to Cyber Hero: Technology Tidbits (Weblog) by Anonymous on June 25, 2014
  • A Rootin' Tootin' Time

    A couple of days ago I was giving the mid-year writing assessment to two of my fourth grade students.  I know it's a difficult assessment, but Mrs. Pokey and I believe strongly that it's important to assess the writing of our English Language Learners at least three times during the school year.  We do a beginning of the year assessment, another ...
    Posted to Semper Gumby (Weblog) by Anonymous on December 1, 2012
  • Pumpkin Pie and Tamales

    Sorry I haven't posted for a while.  I've been busier than a one-armed paper hanger, as my dear sweet Granny used to say! Recently, I've been reading some Thanksgiving themed books from Reading A-Z.  The books, Maria's Thanksgiving and Carlos's First Thanksgiving are a great pair for building vocabulary and background knowledge about the ...
    Posted to Semper Gumby (Weblog) by Anonymous on November 18, 2012
  • Neat Stuff: 10-31-12 (Focus: Common Core)

    The Common Core Challenge for ELLs - http://goo.gl/KNPU2 – An article on the NASSP website. “To help English language learners attain the competencies stipulated in the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), educators need to both plan and deliver rigorous instruction both in the content areas and in promoting English language proficiency. Effective ...
    Posted to Interlocked Pieces (Weblog) by Anonymous on October 31, 2012
  • Word of The Day: Dissident

    Tweet A dissident is a person who objects to the politics of the government that rules their country, and actively protests against them. Most political protests are serious, but from time to time political activists decide to express their dissent in a way that is entertaining or amusing. Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei has produced ...
    Posted to Free English Lessons Online (Weblog) by Anonymous on October 29, 2012
  • Word of The Day: Preview

    Tweet A preview is a special event, organised to showcase a film or product before it is launched onto the market. This week, we attended the UK preview of a new film called The Sapphires. We thought it was a great film, and we really enjoyed it!* Watch the trailer below to find out what the film is about. Is it a film you think you might ...
    Posted to Free English Lessons Online (Weblog) by Anonymous on October 26, 2012
  • Colingo

    Colingo is a new (beta) site for learning English.  This is done in a fun environment through the use of video.  Also, these videos are hosted on YouTube and online classes are are offered all day by native English speakers. I highly recommend checking out Colingo by clicking here!! For a great iOS app for learning English click ...
    Posted to Cyber Hero: Technology Tidbits (Weblog) by Anonymous on October 25, 2012
  • ESL Library

    ESL Library is a wonderful site for educators of the English language looking for lesson plans and flashcards.  There are over 500 lesson plans and 2000 vocabulary images.  Also, there are lots of activities for students such as: group, real world issues, role-playing, and more. I highly recommend checking out ESL Library by clicking ...
    Posted to Cyber Hero: Technology Tidbits (Weblog) by Anonymous on October 24, 2012
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