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#Pronunciation practice Dr. Seuss books for #ESL #TESOL #slpbloggers #learnEnglish

#Pronunciation practice Dr. Seuss books for #ESL #TESOL #slpbloggers #learnEnglish

3 websites that are fund and engaging for ESL students

Fun Assessment Tools for Your ESL Classroom

Fun and engaging websites that can be used for practice or quick formative assessment of your English language learners (ELLs)

Picture Description |with free printable. See pinner's website for other picture description printables. Good resource.

Picture Description |with free printable. See pinner's website for other picture description printables. Good resource.

How to pronounce words with R-Colored vowels. Pronouncing ER, ARE, AIR, OR, etc. (English Pronunciation)

How to pronounce words with R-Colored vowels. Pronouncing ER, ARE, AIR, OR, etc.

40 hints and tips for making teaching ESL easier and and more fun!   http://www.handsonenglish.com/40tips.html

40 hints and tips for making teaching ESL easier and and more fun! http://www.handsonenglish.com/40tips.html

English Central

English Central

English Central is very good literacy sponsor. I frequently used this site for studying English pronunciation.

Explore ideas about how to have fun while #TeachingEnglish with comics.

Tools & Apps by Shelly Sanchez Terrell via slideshare

Would you rather be in class or at the park? Go to space or explore the ocean? Have a party or just relax around the house?   "Would you rather" questions are an excellent way to give your ESL students practice with both grammar and speaking.   I...

Would You Rather?: ESL or EFL Class Activities and Thought Questions - Make Grammar Fun!

Would you rather be in class or at the park? Go to space or explore the ocean? Have a party or just relax around the house? "Would you rather" questions are an excellent way to give your ESL students practice with both grammar and speaking. I...

An original, engaging idea for ESL or EFL teachers to use in active speaking classes. Create a conversation box, and learn to use it effectively.

Teaching Speaking in a Language Classroom: Creating a Conversation Box for your ESL or EFL Classroom

Teaching Speaking in a Language Classroom: Creating a Conversation Box for your ESL or EFL Classroom. This conversation box provides topics and prompts to get ESL students speaking and interacting more with peers.

Homophones

This page lists 70 pairs of common homophones in English. Homophones are words that sound the same but have different spellings/meanings. Pronunciation for learners of English.

English Voices: ESL/EFL Listening and Speaking Practice

English Voices: Though it currently has a limited number of topics, each one has a number of opinions from various speakers, making it a great resource if you want to practice synthesizing or comparing information.

Pronunciation | ESOL Nexus

Pronunciation activities for learners: ESOL Nexus

How Do You Feel Today? Teaching Emotions in Your ESL Classroom

Today I feel happy. Today I feel sad. Today I feel frustrated. For young students, though, emotions can be difficult to teach because they are so intangible.

http://busyteacher.org/classroom_activities-pronunciation-worksheets/

You have to answer a survey question to see the content, but these tips are helpful: Top 10 Ways to Teach Vowel Pronunciation in English

5 Types of ESL Colleagues and How to Get Along with Them!

You Don’t Need to Avoid the Staff Room: 5 Types of ESL Colleagues and How to Get Along with Them

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