The trick with social networking is to go where the crowd is. In education this is where the crowd is. Please take advantage of this group to connect with your colleagues. You might want to start by leaving a short bio and telling everyone which school you are affiliated with.

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Hi John, I grew up in Wyoming also.
HI everybody! I just created an account and thought I'd send a note to try it out!
This is cool!
Shannon
You are on Classroom 2. Now we have a new connection!
What a great way for all of us to stay connected....now if I just remember to log-in once in a while!
have a good day!
Shannon
I am an EL-Civics/ESL teacher in an adult program in western Nebraska. I have been doing this for seventeen years (that have just flown by) and LOVE it. What a wonderful job to have! I learn as much from my students as they learn from me and it has been very rewarding.
Adding something else for a bio, I taught Spanish and English. I started with the GED program as an instructor, both Adult Ed and ESL. It has been very rewarding.
FYI!

Tesol.org-----teachers of English to speakers of other languages

Any of the Educational Service Units (ESU)

Rosetta Stone-----one of the greatest supplemental programs available

EdHelper.com-----has everything, all levels but you must subscribe, very reasonable, I can’t do without it

4teachers.org-----you will find some of the best, easy to use help, QuizStar, RubiStar

puzzlemaker.discoveryeducation.com-----check it out, sometimes a life saver

lessonplanspage.com-----pre-k – 12, comes in handy at times, good ideas

kbteachers.com-----good site for worksheets all areas

Starfall.com-----great for phonics, which has helped the Somali, Sudanese students I have

Brainpopesl.com-----regular brainpop, must have a subscription, but is a great site, I think the esl section is still free for teachers

Kids.nationalgeographic.com-----lots of fun activities for all ages

Easytestmaker.com-----free site, very great

Eslflashcards.com----- very great site for printable flashcards

Tweentribune.com-----must register at this site, but it’s free, there are current news articles written mostly for middle school, but my high school esl students love it, check it out

Larryferlazzo.com-----this site has everything from math to science and in-between, lots of activities, games to reinforce all skills, it’s also leveled (beginner, intermediate, etc.)

Softschools.com-----free games, all subjects, pre-k – 8

Eslkidslab.com-----lots of materials

Theteachersguide.com-----lots of ideas and help

Purposegames.com-----thinking games for all levels

Sitesforteachers.com-----lots of educational websites listed

Esl-lab.com-----Randall’s ESL Cyber Listening Lab, has many listening activities, mostly for older students

Mathfactcafe.com-----free math worksheets for primary mainly

English-4u.com-----site for adult ESL students

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