Contains five lessons that use gospel language as the content. Video clips are also available.
A teacher training video to help new teachers to understand adult ESL learners better. This is a manual of instructions for the novice ESL teacher. This version is adapted from the manual written and produced by Dr. C. Ray Graham and Mark M. Walsh. A list of the qualities of a good ESL teacher as described by ESL students.by Dr. Glen W. Probst The first few days of class are the most important. They can make or break the atmosphere in your classroom. The ideas listed are designed to help you get to know your students (and help them get to know each other) as quickly as possible and establish a relaxed atmosphere in the classroom. by
This short article contains some basic ideas for designing a syllabus for use in teaching an ESL class. by Robert Brantley This is a set of exercises to help the beginning teacher plan clear, logically sequenced lessons.
by Dr. Lynn Henrichsen
Discusses characteristics and challenges of Japanese students learning English. It is written
for the purpose of assisting the teacher to understand and teach Japanese students more effectively. by Miki Ikeda
The author discusses how she teaches her writing class. She also gives us useful tips and ideas. This article also contains a sample five-paragraph essay and a sample grading sheet,
as well as handouts ––How to Organize an Excellent Paragraph and The Writing Process.
by Rebekah Martindale (March 2003)
This is a set of exercises to help the beginning researcher (either in a classroom situation or a graduate study situation). by Dr. Lynn Henrichsen This is a reference to help the beginning researcher with appropriate documentation in the TESOL field. by Dr. Lynn Henrichsen
Last Updated: December 7, 2005