When students are learnig a new language, they are going to learn at different paces. Students are going to learn at different paces so they are going to be at different levels in their acquisition of the English language. One think I can say from experience is that you never stop learning.

These 15 helpful and unhelpful strategies help a teacher remember the correct ways and steps to helping ELL students. The unhelpful notes also give you a reminder of what not to do when helping ELL students learn how to read.

Filled with activities and ideas you can use right away, this sampler includes 20 freebies that address the needs of English Language Learners at beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels of English language proficiency.  Written by TpT teacher-authors who work with ELLs and organized by grade span ranging from PreK through Adult Education, these resources can be used in a variety of instructional programs: mainstream and ESL classes, bilingual and dual immersion programs, and adult ESL…

Filled with activities and ideas you can use right away, this sampler includes 20 freebies that address the needs of English Language Learners at beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels of English language proficiency. Written by TpT teacher-authors

The Best Beginner, Intermediate & Advanced English Language Learner Sites

This is a great resource to find resources! - "the Best Beginner, Intermediate & Advanced English Language Learner Sites"

"2nd" grade sight word sentences - trace it, write it, cut and paste..   Check out www.StevensFamilyHomeschool.com as well!

Free 2nd Grade Sight Word Sentences Printables

Songs for English Language Learners

Songs can be a great tool for ELLs to learn English. The lyrics of the songs important to ELLs, as well. Also, they should be educationally appropriate. This material is specifically useful to intermediate or Advanced level of ELLs at this point.

Infographic: 15 Helpful Strategies (and Unhelpful Practices) for ELLs- This graphic will help me as a teacher understand the best practices for ELLs at different levels. It also makes me aware of unhelpful practices. I could use this as a reference when I a. a classroom teacher.

Intstructioin: Infographic: 15 Helpful Strategies (and Unhelpful Practices) for ELLs > Eye On Education Helpful tips on how you should and not instruct ELL students

Hi there!  My name is Deb Hanson, and I am thrilled to be guest posting today on Rachel’s blog!  I am an ELL teacher in Nebraska.  I have taught ELLs (English Language Learners) in all elementary grade levels and in all stages of language acquisition.  Today, I want to focus on those Level 1 students – often newly arrived immigrants who have lived in the

Deb's Top 10 Tips When You Are Assigned a Non-English Speaking Student

Objective Ways to make ELLS feel safe, welcoming and comfortable in an classroom of native English speaking students.

As an ESL teacher, I often hear from classroom teachers that they don't always know where to start when it comes to working with begin...

Working with beginning English language learners can be a challenge if you don't know where to start. This post shares what small group instruction, such as guided reading, looks like with students who don't speak English yet.

This resource is a comprehensive product to elicit who, what, when, where questions within different levels. With this packet, you can take baseline data, track for progress monitoring, and establish goals based on results from the questions. Our students with autism and our English language learners have a difficult time answering WH questions without visuals.

Listening Comprehension WH Questions

This resource is a comprehensive product to elicit who, what, when, where questions within different levels. With this packet, you can take baseline data, track for progress monitoring, and establish goals based on results from the questions. Our students with autism and our English language learners have a difficult time answering WH questions without visuals.

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