ESL / English / French / Spanish + All Subjects - Read or Listen or Present
Do you like to see if your students understand what they are reading and/or watch
Do you also like your students to focus and pay attention when their classmates are presenting a project to the class
Yes, me too I do and this is the reason I created this document that is divided in 3 categories: Reading, Listening, and Presentation.
“Read or Listen or Present, the Carten Way” has a nice variety of creative and attractive handouts just ready to print
when you have a reading and/or listening assignment for your students, or when they are observing what others are presenting to the class!
Note that all sections have similar layouts,
except for the presentation section, but have a title that goes with the category.
Who should use this document
- All teachers for all subjects!
- Great for ESL, French, Spanish, and/or any other foreign language learners!
This document is just wonderful. It has nice creative handouts that brings your students to write about what they read and/or what they learned and saw when other students were presenting their work to the class.
Not only can these handouts encourage your students to focus and behave while other students are presenting a project, but it can also help them with the following skills:
(8 different handouts)
(8 different handouts)
* Each one suggests to present or talk about what they wrote.
* Presentation section (2 rubrics + 9 different handouts).
(total of the above: 25 with each one to practice your students' writing in English, French, Spanish, or any other languages)
If you have questions, feel free to email me.
Andree Carten, The Carten Educational Resources
What does ESL / EFL / TESL / TESOL / ESOL stand for?
EFL: English as a Foreign Language
ESL: English as a Second Language
ESOL: English as a Second or Other Language
TEFL: Teacher of English as a Foreign Language
TESL: Teacher of English as a Second Language
TESOL:Teacher of English as a Second or Other Language
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