This is the bound book only and does not include access to the Enhanced Pearson eText. This book is the ideal source for teaching oral language, reading, writingand the content areas in English to K English learners. In an approach unlike most other books in the field, Reading, Writing, and Learning in ESL looks at contemporary language acquisition theory as it relates to instruction and provides detailed suggestions and methods for motivating, involving, and teaching English language learners. Praised for its strong research base, engaging style, and inclusion of specific teaching ideas, the book offers thorough coverage of oral language, reading, writing, and academic content area instruction in English for K English learners.
Here is my master list of free online ESL teaching materials. Grammar and Vocabulary 1. Readings come with interactive comprehension questions and tasks. It includes the simple stuff subjects, prepositions all the way to the toughies modal auxiliaries, adjective clauses. The flash animations are simple but pretty cute.
Ello Speaking and Listening 9. I dig this site for providing a great mix of accents. This is a smart practice in my books, as in many situations English functions as the lingua franca of the world.
TEFL Tunes — This is a bank of song-based lessons, with an easy browser where teachers can search by level, theme, artist or grammatical point. These activities are a great way to frame song-listening activities around lessons, as opposed to just playing music in class for the sake of it.
Musical English Lessons — This site is a bit jumbled format-wise, but it offers scores of free worksheets with ready-made lyric gapfills.
There are topics like biofuel and kidnapping for your more serious lessons, and topics such as shopping for lighter discussions. Each lesson includes a bit of vocabulary and a dense list of discussion questions related to the topic.
The sound clips have pre and post-listening exercises, and comprehension questions too. Most of the content would suit low-to-high intermediate students, but there are some resources for beginners and advanced learners too.
Each installment has vocabulary and comprehension questions.
The narrations are lengthy and best-suited for high-level learners. Academic English Cafe Reading and Writing Some stories have a good deal of supplementary exercises for students.
Academic English Cafe — This is a good source for creative writing prompts. As the name suggests, this material is better for high-school or older, as the topics get abstract.
This site is a very handy tool for university students and adults seeking work in an English-speaking country. The Internet TESL Journal — The journal offers a hefty collection of lesson plans categorized by target skill reading, culture, icebreakers.
Plans are submitted by site users, so they vary a fair bit in terms of content and structure.
Still, there are great materials here. The site hosts many abstract lesson topics modern art, manners that would suit secondary students and adults learners. The site has a lively forum, focused on working in Korea; public school textbooks are heavily referenced.I'm brazilian girl!
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During this English lesson you will read a short story then answering some questions that are relating to the story. By the end of the lesson you will have practised reading and writing skills. Mr. Jones is talking to Mr. Rooney who he has just met in a cafe.
They are having a conversation when Mr.
Suzanne F. Peregoy, Professor Emerita of Education, San Francisco State University, has taught teacher education courses in reading/language arts and bilingual education. She has been active in writing California's teacher education guidelines for preparing teachers .