When planning curriculum for ESOL students it is important to examine the many facets of their lives. Culture, family, goals, and a host of other factors make our learners who they are and thus should drive our decisions when planning curriculum. This is an assessment I did for an Spanish speaking ESOL learner.
This examines the works of: Bell Hooks – Teaching to Transgress: Education as the Practice of Freedom Lisa Delpit – Other People’s Children: Cultural Conflict in the Classroom Ruby Payne
This goes through some of the most popular leadership theories and leaders who are using these theories. It was not until the 1970s that people actually started taking leadership seriously
Many intermediate ESOL learners seem to struggle with pronunciation and as a result their confidence also suffers. This proposal attempts to present a possible way of making that situation better.
As part of my study of ESOL history and the use of different methods, I took a closeup look at Total Physical Response. I produced this video to examine the
Reading comprehension is the focus of this unit. Using UbD or Understanding by Design, the unit attempts to work backwards by starting with the goals of the lesson and determining