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From Conversational to Academic: Moving from “He Was All Like…” to “According to the Author…”

I am sometimes, while reading student essays, moving along fairly smoothly, and then I’ll be hit with something like “He was all like…And then I was all like…” (to be “all like,” for the uninformed,” is …

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Are Your Students Suffering From Conditional Confusion? 4 Simple Steps To Explain The 4 Types Of English Conditionals

Conditionals can be confusing for ESL students.
Since they talk about real and unreal pasts, presents, and futures, sentences get complicated quickly.

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Can/Could? Will/Would? How To Teach Your Students The Difference (A Quick And Simple Summary)

Modals, modals everywhere, and how do I keep them straight?
This might just be what your ESL students are asking themselves. With so many modals with small nuances of meaning, things can get confusing very quickly.

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Barrier grief: English issues mistaken for learning disabilities in Boston schools | Boston Herald

Even as the state braces for a wave of unaccompanied immigrant children, school systems, including Boston, are failing in assessing and educating n (Children who are learning English as a second language are being incorrectly diagnosed w/ learning…

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The Benefits of Learning English as a Second Language | Visual.ly

There are many employers throughout the world that expect their employees to speak English.

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Resources | American English

Are you learning English as a second language? The U.S. Department of State offers free learning and teaching… http://t.co/GLlZy0ZstK

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How to bluff your way through the changes affecting English language teaching!

Andrew Dilger and Sophie Rogers, former English language teachers, are part of the Professional Development team at Oxford University Press. In this tongue-in-cheek post, they consider some of the …

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Brain imaging proves second language learners can process language to … – Medical Xpress

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mELTing Activities, Lessons and Ideas: Using ‘COMEDY FOR ELT’ Clips

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ESL Teachers Ask: What Can I Do to Reduce the Stress of Teaching?

“This has been a very rough year for me. I started the school year full of excitement and anticipation, but now I’m ending it totally burned out. Lesson plans, report cards, staff meetings, parent-teacher conferences, etc…

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