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Twitter.  I was never going to “do” Twitter. Twitter was for people who had way too much time on their hands and were only interested in pop culture.  I had made derogatory comments towards hashtags by calling them “pound signs”—showing … Continued

Exit Slips

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I like to share with my clients that in all language classrooms, teachers need to ensure that they allow time in the beginning of each lesson to explain content and language objectives and then again at the end of the … Continued

Writing Frames

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Larry Ferlazzo.  This man eats, sleeps and breaths ESL and has for years! If you aren’t following him on Twitter, you should.  He shares and compiles great lists to links, media, books etc. all to support ESL students and teachers. Below … Continued