Resources

Exact Path for English Learners

It is sometimes a challenge for teachers to determine an English language learner’s (ELL’s) skill level. Edmentum—an education technology company based in Minneapolis—supports...

Multilingual Comics

Teachers looking for exciting authentic materials will be pleased to hear that Marvel Comics is teaming up with Italian publisher Panini Comics...

Personalize Literacy and Language Instruction with OverDrive E-Books and Audiobooks

OverDrive offers teachers an ever-growing collection of tools for literacy and language instruction and access to an extensive digital library of e-books and audiobooks. The digital library...

New Volume in TESOL’s 6 Principles Addresses Adult English Learners

The 6 Principles for Exemplary Teaching of English Learners®: Adult Education and Workforce Development, published by TESOL Press and written by Andrea Hellman, Kathy Harris, and Amea...

Playbook for Video-Powered Professional Learning

Video observation and feedback can accelerate teacher growth when used as part of a comprehensive professional development plan. Evidence of Practice: Playbook for Video-Powered Professional Learning helps...

Products for the New School Year

Language Magazine has compiled a list of new products to help teachers and students in and out of the classroom   FuelEd Made by: Middlebury Interactive Languages Website: fueleducation.com This...

myON News: Putting More Fun into Nonfiction

From futuristic features on flying cars and fun facts about the rainforest to the latest football stats and fashion trends, who said nonfiction reading can’t be fun? Yet despite recent calls for increased nonfiction...

Study Abroad Calendar 2017

New Literacy Program for Middle School & Up

The National Center for Education Statistics has found that approximately two-thirds of eighth-grade students in the U.S. cannot read proficiently (https://nces.ed.gov/programs/coe/pdf/coe_cnb.pdf), a figure that has held relatively steady for 25 years. To help schools...

RULES on the Run

Learning, remembering, and using the stress and intonation patterns of North American English can be complicated and cumbersome. The interference of using one’s native-language rhythm patterns can create the potential for misunderstanding, frustration, and...