When working with Chinese heritage families and students, it is important to understand their culture. Find some facts here at https://cuecc.com/chinafeature/custom/2009824035304848.htm
As you may remember, I always promote keeping the spaces as open as possible and only put up materials that directly relate to (a) what we teach and (b) the student populations representing them all. More on classroom deco at https://www.edutopia.org/article/dos-and-donts-classroom-decorations?utm_medium=socialflow&utm_source=facebook
An important publication to read for ESL educators to make a case to your administration. More here
Archive of 6,000 English Language Historical Children’s Books, All Digitized and Free to Read Online20/03/2019
Are you in need of books and materials but you lack money to purchase them? Maybe this link will help you out.
What are they and how can we avoid them? Teach your students how to hot fall into the sentence fragment trap. Find more info here.
Read Intercultural Dialogue Partners: Creating Space for Difference and Dialogue to learn about it
Share with your colleagues: The Economic Benefits of Latino Immigration: How the Migrant Hispanic Population’s Demographic Characteristics Contribute to US Growth19/03/2019
It is important to let your communities know how Latinos in the USA benefit our economy, More here
Do you use or teach emailing? If so, you may want to brush up on the most widely used acronyms here