- Course type: Self-paced
- Available Lessons: 232
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
Eligible for Certificate: Yes
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Course SummaryTeach ELL with confidence by taking advantage of the informative teacher resources in this short course. Benefit from activity ideas, lesson plans and helpful instructional strategies that ensure you're able to teach a variety of topics to your students while keeping them engaged.
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About This Course
This self-paced course offers numerous teacher resources, tools and strategies you can use to enhance your instructional methods when teaching English Language Learners. Explore short lessons to get tips for educating ESL students on relationships, food, culture and health, travel, literature and more. Use the lesson plans in this course to create your own well-rounded lessons that cover topics like history and science. Activity ideas are available to get your ESL students excited about the topics you cover while encouraging classroom participation.
How It Works
All resources in this course are available around-the-clock, enabling you to enhance your ESL teaching strategies anytime your schedule permits. Choose any resources that will effectively strengthen your instructional methods, and revisit them as many times as you'd like.
This course offers:
- Engaging lessons that feature strategies for teaching world cultures, business and world issues, food and other topics to ESL students
- Helpful lesson plans that provide learning objectives, curriculum standards, discussion topics/questions, lesson and activity ideas and other resources
- Dashboard that lets you track your progress through the course and submit your lesson topic questions to our subject-matter experts
- Mobile accessibility that enables you to review these resources using any computer, smartphone or tablet with an Internet connection
How It Helps
- Covers numerous topics: This course enables you to educate your ESL students on a wide variety of topics, including drama, travel, holidays and culture.
- Makes lesson planning simple: Lesson plans offer instructional strategies, activity ideas, homework suggestions and other resources you need to simplify your lesson planning process.
- Reduces research time: Enjoy the ability to cut down on your research time by accessing lessons, lesson plans and other teacher resources in one convenient location.
- Improves engagement: Using the fun activity ideas in this course can keep your students engaged through increased participation.
- Educate your ESL students on business and world issues
- Teach ESL business and life skills vocabulary
- Inform your ESL students about world cultures, movies and drama
- Discuss relationships, travel, food, culture and health with your ESL students
- Create comprehensive ESL history and science lessons
- Teach literature to your English Language Learners
- Share holidays and time-of-year ESL vocabulary with your students
- Develop and present fun ESL holiday lessons and activities
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