See TPR for Listening (with prep for reading) and LEA for speaking, reading and writing

Select Content and Language Objectives page for Sentence Frames resources

Support Resources for listening and speaking

Project CONNECT Title III Matrix National Professional Development Program Select the age-appropriate writing resources. These are arranged by levels of English language proficiency.

This resource was submitted by Sue Nelson. It identifies the most common errors that are unique for ELLs and includes errors made by both native speakers and ELLs.

Good& Nice Bad and related Conversation Cards Webs of synonyms for Good& Nice Bad, plus Conversation Cards, cut up and draw cards in groups or with partners after whole-class modeling. See Read Write Think speaking for excellent resources on reading and writing.

Infomercial This resource provides support for JH teachers to help students create an infomercial, links for all subject areas, rubrics, not ESL specific, but good resource.

Links for listening and speaking

BookPALS Storyline Online

The Screen Actors Guild Foundation is proud to bring you Storyline Online, an on-line streaming video program featuring SAG members reading childrens books aloud. Hand-picked by BookPALS National Program Director Ellen Nathan, a former teacher and librarian, each of the books on this site offer an accompanying lesson plan and activity guide.

Social Studies Oral Response Rubric=

This is a general rubric for evaluating student oral responses for content and academic vocabulary usage in Social Studies-History.