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Acquire basic knowledge of the main differences between languages and of the main difficulties plurilingual individuals may encounter, due to the differences between the languages previously acquired and the languages to be acquired.

This resource suggests several different ways to teach and reinforce vocabulary. 

This activity gives students practice recognizing and using vocabulary related to sports.

This resource lists several principles to consider when motivating students to learn in a TESOL context.

This article focuses on the development of vocabulary among English language learners. The author first defines what a “word” means, then discusses five aspects of vocabulary knowledge. Drawing on Swain (1993), the author identifies three main goals of vocabulary learning. The rest of the article is devoted to the description of six activities to help students learn vocabulary in ESL/EFL contexts.

This article discusses the use of games in teaching vocabulary in language classrooms and describes how games can be an enjoyable part of this process. It offers nine games that can be used to teach words at different stages of the class.

This lesson plan introduces various listening techniques.

Many EFL students are already multilingual, but they may not realize the strengths they bring to language learning. This article calls on instructors to help students develop language awareness and guide them to find ways to apply what they know about language. The author shows how this process occurred in a sociolinguistics course and includes sample lessons for all ages and a variety of levels of proficiency. Lessons incorporate the students’ language knowledge in such skill areas as grammar and vocabulary.

A tool for teaching English as an Additional Language while providing nutrition information.

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This resource describes techniques for learning to read.

This resource introduces students to basic pronunciation in English.

This chart gives examples of how prepositions are used in time and place phrases.

 

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