6 Easy Steps to master the Google Translate App
You and your level 1 ESL students will quickly master translation using the google app on iPad or smartphones.
Hands-on Activities/Worksheets Include:
1. Building Background: Vocabulary, Voice Volume, Locating App
2. Using Speaker Function: Intervi
English Language Learners love to create technology products that provide them with opportunities to express themselves creatively, build written and oral language skills, and become confident using their new language. Teachers love technology activities that fulfill the requirements of the Common
Eye-catching cell phone poster with QR codes geared toward Reading, Writing, Grammar, and Technology practice are perfect for ESOL / ELL / ESL students of all ages. Ideal for use all school year long!
Ideas for integration:
1) Simply post this cell phone in the classroom for students to access and
Students work independently, in collaborative pairs, or in flexible groupings to scan QR codes with a smart phone and respond to text-based questions. Teacher's Guide includes questions for each QR code to make this activity super user-friendly. If every student does not have a smart phone, that’s
9 great printables (in color or bw) that you can use to supplement movies in the classroom.
I LOVE using this when I find a movie that compliments our curriculum. Mix and match to create a pack that is perfect for your students! Check out the preview to see all the pages included.
Four different, editable Scavenger Hunts and mini lessons for students to learn the basics of Google Tools
Teaching new technology can be overwhelming and exciting. Sometimes the hardest part is slowing down and figuring out where to even
In this classroom-tested lesson plan, students describe themselves, their goals for the school year and for their future by using a website or app for creating online posters. This is a great way for you to get to know your students and for them to get to know each other at the beginning of the sch
Lesson 7: Adjectives in the News
Recognizing Descriptive Adjectives
Recognizing Descriptive Adjectives in Classified Ads
Using Adjectives that Compare
• to reinforce the ability to recognize and use descriptive adjectives
• to provide practice in using adjectives that compare
Lesson 1: Fun with Nouns!
Using Singular and Plural Nouns !
Recognizing Common Nouns and Proper Nouns !
to reinforce the ability to identify and use the plural forms of nouns
to increase the ability to recognize common and proper nouns, and to differentiate between th
Lesson 10: The Haunted Adverbs Mystery
Recognizing Adverbs and the Words They Modify
Using Adverbs to Compare
Using Vivid Adverbs
• to provide practice in working with adverbs and the words they modify: verbs, adjectives, other adverbs
• to increase understanding of the degrees of co
Four different Scavenger Hunts for students to learn the basics of Google Tools
Teaching new technology can be overwhelming and exciting. Sometimes the hardest part is slowing down and figuring out where to even begin!
I totally feel ya’
A biography unit that has it all! Includes: complete overview of the unit, timeline for completion, assessment rubrics for power point, newsletter, & website, storyboard worksheet, works cited worksheet, student checklist, etc.. This unit incorporates using a traditional book to find information
Lesson 11: Putting It All Together-Part I
• to review the concepts presented in lessons 1 through 6: nouns, pronouns, verbs
As this lesson opens, the student hears about three children who are working a jigsaw puzzle. The nar
Lesson 6: Camping With Verbs
Principal Parts of Verbs
Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs
• to increase understanding of the principal parts of regular and irregular verbs
• to give practice in working with regular and irregular verb
Lesson 3: Pronoun Games
Identifying Personal Pronouns
Using Pronouns as Subjects of Sentences
Using Pronouns as Objects of Verbs
1. to increase recognition of personal pronouns
2. to provide practice in using pronouns as subjects of sentences
3. to prov
Lesson 12: Putting It All Together—Part II
Reviewing the Parts of Speech
• to review the concepts presented in lessons 7 through 10: adjectives and adverbs
• to provide an overview of the five parts of speech presented in the program
This book has been written and designed primarily with English language teachers in mind though the majority of the resources and tools contained in the book will have much wider use than just language teaching.
The book contains more than 70 tools and resources and these have been hand picked beca
Are your kids getting a bit excited about the upcoming winter break and holiday? So are mine!! It is getting harder and harder to keep their attention these days! That is why I developed these fun QR code worksheets to use with our classroom iPads. Utilizing the iPads is always a great way to get
This is a fun activity in which students interpret "feeling" words by creating a picture book that reflects communication via text messages. This activity can be done individually, in small groups, or with the entire class. Included is everything you need to complete this lesson:
• Lesson Plans
Lesson 5: Verb Magic
· Using Action Verbs
· Recognizing Linking Verbs
· Verbs that Agree with Subjects / Using Exact Verbs
• to develop the ability to identify action verbs
• to develop the ability to identify linking verbs
• to increase understanding o
These classroom posters have multiple use that can me used in a classroom setting.
-Learning goals/ Success Criteria Posters
-Check lists/ Homework boards
-Daily 5/ Language & writing posters
They have been designed with simplicity and colour in order to match any classro
A two-page guide listing the benefits, implementation strategies, and tools you need to incorporate blogs in the writing process of your English Language Learners.
This guide answers the following questions:
*Why does blogging help ELLs?
*Making the Time for Blogging
*Tools Needed to get Started
If you use PowerPoint for instruction, here is an easy way to streamline your lessons. Instead of always having to tell your students what to do for each activity that is projected on the screen, why not just use a few pictures to communicate the directions? I’ve selected a few universal icons tha
This scavenger hunt is a great ice breaker for Internet usage and searches. Great to use for computer labs and computer lab instructors... also good for general education teachers, special education teachers, ESOL (ELL) teachers, and substitute teachers. The work is good for all ages although I ge