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How do I plan for my ELLs? Am I doing enough to support my ESL students? Am I a good ESL teacher? How do I lead a professional development about ESL in front of my peers? How can I have a successful ESL classroom? And the biggest question that every ESL teacher asks, “How can I ensure my students succeed?” Welcome to Adventures in ESL Podcast! This is the place you want to be to answer all your burning questions about teaching ESL students in grades K-12. The Adventures in ESL Podcast serves ESL teachers (K-12) who are struggling with what to teach and how to prepare for the school year become successful and confident in their teaching. Every week Millie will bring you actionable tips and strategies that you can implement in your classroom. Don’t wait another second! Hit play and learn all the secrets that will transform your classroom. #eslteachersrock

Adventures in ESL: A Podcast for K-12 ESL Teacher‪s‬ My Adventures in ESL

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How do I plan for my ELLs? Am I doing enough to support my ESL students? Am I a good ESL teacher? How do I lead a professional development about ESL in front of my peers? How can I have a successful ESL classroom? And the biggest question that every ESL teacher asks, “How can I ensure my students succeed?” Welcome to Adventures in ESL Podcast! This is the place you want to be to answer all your burning questions about teaching ESL students in grades K-12. The Adventures in ESL Podcast serves ESL teachers (K-12) who are struggling with what to teach and how to prepare for the school year become successful and confident in their teaching. Every week Millie will bring you actionable tips and strategies that you can implement in your classroom. Don’t wait another second! Hit play and learn all the secrets that will transform your classroom. #eslteachersrock

    Scaffolding Writing with Graphic Organizers

    Scaffolding Writing with Graphic Organizers

    Writing is a huge part of productive language and is often a skill that most teachers do not feel comfortable teaching. In this week's episode I will be sharing how I teach writing with graphic organizers.

    • 5 min
    Overcoming Believing Lessons Are Difficult For Your Students

    Overcoming Believing Lessons Are Difficult For Your Students

    We have said or heard others say it. "This lesson is too difficult for my Language Learners. In this week's episode I tackle this topic and provide strategies to overcome this mindset.

    • 11 min
    A Guide to Close Reading with Language Learners

    A Guide to Close Reading with Language Learners

    In this episode, you will learn:
    1. What is a close reading lesson
    2. How to use close reading in your classroom
    3. How to get easy access to close reading lessons

    • 29 min
    More Student Talk During Virtual Learning

    More Student Talk During Virtual Learning

    In this episode, you will learn:

    Strategies to increase students talk in virtual learning settings
    How to be intentional about student talk in your classroom
    How to embrace your students voice

    • 9 min
    Planning for Reading Growth (It's not too late)

    Planning for Reading Growth (It's not too late)

    In this episode, you will learn:
    Tools that you can use to promote reading growth with your Language Learners
    Strategies you can use for virtual and in-person learning to increase reading growth
    How close reading can benefit your Language Learners

    • 14 min
    Encouraging Independence Through Feedback

    Encouraging Independence Through Feedback

    In this episode, you will learn:
    Strategies on how to provide feedback that elevates and encourages growth
    Tips on how you can use feedback to encourage independence
    How to plan for feedback in your daily lessons

    • 9 min

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16 Ratings

16 Ratings

@MsL3Rs ,

It Worked!

I used the tips from episode #6 to get my Donors Choose project funded! @myadventuresinesl knows what she’s talking about and generously shares her knowledge with other teachers of ELLs.

Chnvaldez ,

Practical tips ready to go

I’ve been a teacher for 20+ years, teaching one year of ESL Reading to intermediate to advanced 9th and 10th graders and about ten years as an ELAR teacher who worked with mainstreamed intermediate to advanced ELL’s. This is good, basic content for ESL teachers of all levels of experience, but especially newer teachers. I never feel I’ve learned everything there is to know, and I always appreciate refreshers and reminders of things I want to do. Listening to this now is a great way to begin planning and stirring your motivation for a new year. I like the first strategy: plan and schedule your self care as thoroughly as you do your lessons. Looking forward to more episodes.

smccruz ,

Bilingual/ESL Coordinator

This is great for first year teachers who teach ESL students.

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