ML Summit: Ways to Have Students Share Their Stories. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1YrKfYzo3M660mzWOE1XJSENM_mBis0Ovsho-hFs7-Wg/edit?usp=sharing
(Note: I would change the name of "Pass the Bomb" to another name to avoid triggering students who have experienced bombing.)
Alberta EL resources: Benchmarks, Strategies and Resources for Teachers of English Language Learners
Favorite Free Flashcard Sites:
Using Music or Video Clips
****Please preview all material before showing in class. Sites may contain content not appropriate for school!
Collections of Shorts:
With Lesson Ideas
Book Units Teacher: WOW. ELA topics (theme, comp/contrast, plot...)
Website with lessons using video clips: https://allatc.wordpress.com/
Videos that directly teach Vocabulary or Grammar
7 Helpful Vocabulary Websites by The Confident Teacher
Visual dictionary and thesaurus: Visuwords
8 ways to use Youtube:
Anchor Charts I Like.
(Please note, often photos of these are shared on the web. I do my best to find original creator. If it is not noted and you know the source, please let me know.
https://pics4learning.com/ Pics4Learning is a curated image library that is safe and free for education. Teachers and students can use the copyright-friendly photos and illustrations for classroom projects, web sites, videos, portfolios, or any other projects in an educational setting.
Websites with online books in multiple languages.