What are some good resources for teaching ESL?
Í will be off to South Korea in August to teach English and am looking for good websites/books/resources/ideas to teach English to students from elementary to high school. I am told we will find out what grade we will be teaching once we arrive. Would love to hear your ideas and/or stories about teaching overseas.
A picture dictionary is a great resource, and I've used them when teaching ESOL to adults. They are arranged by subject; for example, construction site and housework are a couple of topics. Then i like to write sentences that go with the picture--usually I do a double-sided copy. At first, I did the sentences in English only, adding footnotes in Vietnamese when the students told me. Sometimes I write sentences in English and Spanish.
You'll find all kinds of instructional how-to videos for teaching English there. Almost all of them were shot in Korea too.
you have to check out eslteachingonline.com. Best collection of current, practical conversation lessons for all ages.
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