1.    Teaching Limited English Speaking Children
               A position paper developed from a presentation at the 1991 international
               conference of the National Association for Multicultural Education NAME),
               Orlando, FL   Also, see TESOL Materials

               Suggested orientation, contexts and techniques for teaching LEP students

   3.    ESOL Perspectives
               Perspectives, Strategies and Implications for teaching ESOL

   4.    ESOL Competencies   DOWNLOAD from National Center for Bilingual Education
               A Pedagogical Framework for Bilingual Education Teacher Preparation Programs
                by JoAnn Canales and Jose Agustin Ruiz-Escalante

   4.    An article concerning ESOL Competencies   From National Center for Bilingual Education
               Currently, NCBE is not responding on this items. We're looking into other sources for the

   5.    Reading notes on Second Language Acquisition
               Excerpts from Second Language Acquisition in Children
               by Barry McLaughlin (1985)

   6.    ESOL Consent Decree
                 Excerpts regarding both the Consent Decree and the state mandate
                on teacher education. NOT YET READY

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A link to sites on English as a Second & English as a Foreign Language.

The Human-Languages Page
A comprehensive catalog of language-related Internet resources, and online language lessons,
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Christopher Dugdale  LANGUAGE  LEARNING
This page contains information and resources for teachers and students of English
as a second language (ESL) and English as a foreign language (EFL). The articles give practical
hints and suggestions forlearning and teaching any language quickly.

ESL information as well as links to other sites.

Internet Activities for the Foreign Language Classroom
This site contains a number of sample lesson plans for Spanish (mainly), French, and German, all involving the Web. There are also foreign language and education links.

480 Favorite Teacher Web Pages
Use these web sites to write your own Internet activities.
There are 480 links to authentic documents on the web.
They include Geography, Newspapers, Foods, Sports, Music, Literature, Museums,
Artists, Leisure, History,  Holidays/Celebrations, Weather, Search Engines, and Comics.

How To Write Activities For The Web

English language practice

Links for ESL teachers
THE ESL CENTER    Web resources on English as a Second Language,
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Lesson Plans/Activities /FOR ESL
Feel free to use any material on this site in your classroom.

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Various (12), Vocabulary (3), Web Links

Education World ® - Lesson Planning
Ideas that can be adapted through ESOL techniques.

Selected Links for ESL Students (I-TESL-J)
These are some of the more interesting sites for students of English as a second language.
Ex.:  Games, Puzzles & Quizzes.

ESL Cafe's Web Guide: Lesson Plans
This site has many links.

Education World ® - Lesson Planning:
Meet James Gurney: Dinosaur Stamp Artist
A reading on dinosaurs on stamps.

Aardvark's EFL Resources : Top Ten Search
10 top web directories and search engines on one page.

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