Teachers and professors: Check out this research app for you and students created by Ben Rawlings with 2 other colleagues and me. It may be a useful tool for teaching your students! https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/research-genius/id1139582855?mt=8
One of my favorite poems:
Check the purpose for communicating and consider the tools needed to reach the goal.
A Very Good Poster on Academic Vocabulary for Students ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
From one of my graduate students:
The game below also includes homophones. It is a very slow website (or it may just be my computer and internet).
Below is a website I found that had tons of resources and games for students
Teaching Resources :
This link takes you to a hilarious Oatmeal infographic that goes over a few of the homonyms outlined above. Most of the time the Oatmeal is a little inappropriate, so use with caution!
A huge list of homonyms can be found at this link. There are also many subsequent links to lessons and activities.
You’ll find lots of games and activities appropriate for elementary-age students at this link.
10 English Words with the most multiple meanings – Part 1
As an English learner myself, I relate to this list. There are some issue with English that are more difficult to conquer than others…