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Five Tips for Building ELLs’ Academic Vocabulary: A teaching blog post on how to build your English Language Learner's academic, or content area, vocabulary in your classroom.  These tips work for ELLs of all levels, from beginning to advanced English acquisition. Teaching ESL, ELL Resources for Science, Social Studies and more.

As you have probably noticed with your ELLs, there is quite a difference in an ELLs' conversational vocabulary compared to their academic vocabulary. According to Jim Cummins (1984), BICS (Basic Interpersonal Communication Skills) refers to

11 Free Reading Comprehension Strategies Posters! Perfect for a classroom library or reading bulletin board display. Reading anchor charts include making connections, visualizing, using fix up strategies, making predictions, making inferences, close reading (fictio or nonfiction), using background knowledge, synthesizing information, and asking questions.

11 Free Reading Comprehension Strategies Posters! Perfect for a classroom library or reading bulletin board display. Reading anchor charts include making connections, visualizing, using fix up strategies, making predictions, making inferences, close reading (fictio or nonfiction), using background knowledge, synthesizing information, and asking questions.

Take the guesswork out of supporting ELLs in the classroom. These strategies can be used with all subjects and age levels to boost engagement of ESL students. Find out more here and get started today! #eslstrategies #ellstrategies #esol #englishlanguagelearners

Take the guesswork out of supporting ELLs in the classroom. These strategies can be used with all subjects and age levels to boost engagement of ESL students. Find out more here and get started today! #eslstrategies #ellstrategies #esol #englishlanguagelearners

While elementary teachers have used the Beanie Baby Reading Strategies to help struggling readers during guided reading, there are now better ways to help our students! These new decoding strategies are aligned with the science of reading. The strategies help students with phonics skills such as segmenting, blending, cross checking, and breaking words into syllables. Teaching the strategies is easy with the anchor charts, student bookmarks, strategy sticks, parent notes, and reflection sheets.

Learn how to introduce the new Science of Reading Strategies to help your primary students decode unknown words.

FREE! Chart showing the difference between formative and summative assessments. Click through now to grab this freebie. It will help you better understand assessment types. Use it to help guide your instruction. #YoungTeacherLove

FREE! Chart showing the difference between formative and summative assessments. Click through now to grab this freebie. It will help you better understand assessment types. Use it to help guide your instruction. #YoungTeacherLove

It’s Lunchtime. The best meating of the day. Enjoy your lunch break with a delicious sandwich, made with Heinz Mustard, Claussen Pickles, Oscar Mayer and Kraft Singles.

It’s Lunchtime. The best meating of the day. Enjoy your lunch break with a delicious sandwich, made with Heinz Mustard, Claussen Pickles, Oscar Mayer and Kraft Singles.

Empowering educators to equip their English language learners

Inspiring Young Learners provides support, ideas, and strategies for teachers to enjoy teaching second language students and to feel confident to know exactly how to reach this diverse group of learners. Free materials and professional development videos are available as well as yearlong quality curriculum for ELL's.