A list of excellent tips at http://englishagenda.britishcouncil.org/continuing-professional-development/teacher-educator-framework/demonstrating-effective-teaching-behaviour/introduction-demonstrating-effective-teaching-behaviour?utm_source=BC_TE_Facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=EA
In my language classrooms, scavenger hunts were some of the activities students loved the most. Now, you can take the hunt to the cloud. Find information at https://firstname.lastname@example.orgJKcBT-003a000001eyvec
Many of us have experienced this issue first hand. Please comment about it. Read more at http://www.washdiplomat.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=16041%3Aexperts-educators-say-benefits-of-bilingualism-are-brushed-aside-in-us-schools&catid=1562&Itemid=428#.WgD0nyr3GLI.facebook
You Can LEarn Languages by Studying Hard, Immersing Yourself in the Language Community and Excercise?25/08/2017
Read more in How Exercise Could Help You Learn a New Language at https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/16/well/move/how-exercise-could-help-you-learn-a-new-language.html
Speaking, writing, reading and listening (SWRL) skills can and should be taught to students as part of every subject area, as these skills are paramount in learning the deep academic content taught in schools. But these language skills are especially critical for English learners to ensure their success in school and in an ever-changing world.
There are multiple strategies that can be employed in each of these areas. The following strategies are but a few that may be helpful as you continue your journey of improving your practice and meeting the needs of each student in your classroom.
Read: SWRLing with EL: Speaking, writing, reading and listening