TESOL – A Starting Point

As globalisation increases, there is a strong likelihood that with the classes we teach there will be at least one student who is learning English as an additional language. (EAL) Some of you might refer to these students as NESB (Non English Speaking Background) or one of many other terms. As a starting point and a guide for teachers to know where to go next or even what to do first, I have created a PowerPoint as a “what to do?” guide. Feedback on this is welcomed and valued.

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2 responses to “TESOL – A Starting Point

  1. Steve- what an inspirational website you have. I’ve been looking all around your postings and am so inspired. It is so obvious that you really love teaching and that your technological upgrade aka 4th Year Upgrade is doing wonderful things for your development in IT.
    How did you get all those pictures to go onto the right hand side-bar??
    Pam

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