January 2018 archive

A Resource for Teaching About DACA

Check out this interesting article that speaks to how schools should work to hold classroom discussions about current events, specifically DACA, and how these discussions can benefit students in addition to the school community. Teaching about DACA as a current event Please follow and like us:

Second Annual Student Conference on Language Teaching at St. Michael’s College

Dear TESOL Colleagues, We are pleased to announce the Second Annual Student Conference on Language Teaching to be held on Saturday, April 14th, 2018 at St. Michael’s College. This conference will be co-hosted with Northern New England TESOL (NNETESOL). We are also happy to announce that our opening plenary speaker will be Shawna Shapiro, an …

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The Power of Two: Co-Teaching to Support ELLs

Written by Sarah Forbes, K-1 ELL Teacher at John F. Kennedy Elementary in Winooski, Vermont, and NNETESOL President-Elect.  Sometimes, when I’m co-teaching, I feel like my fellow teachers and I can read each other’s minds. There are times when one of my co-teachers and I actually say the same word or phrase simultaneously. Our students find …

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