Jun 20, 2017 · Creating reading lessons for your class doesn’t always have to be a chore like washing dishes. Reading lessons don’t have to be a bore for your students either. Reading can be fun for all ages.Author: ESL Expat.
Have Fun with ESL Reading Comprehension Sure, there is a time for your students to read for its sheer pleasure. However, reading comprehension activities maximize the benefits of reading by making it more relevant and personal through creative reinforcements.Author: Elena Chou.
If you are teaching beginning ESL students, you might struggle to find reading activities that are fun and level appropriate. These games are perfect for the younger or inexperienced English. 5 Super Simple Reading Games for Beginning ESL Students. by Susan Verner 58,210 views.Author: Susan Verner.
How to Make Sure Your Reading Lesson Sticks. 9 Fun and Easy Activities with Post-Its. Not only that, they are fun and easy, too! Try These 9 Fun and Easy Activities with Post-Its. 1. either at home or in class. For ESL students, though, questions can become a juggernaut making the end of the reading unreachable. Students may become Author: Susan Verner.
May 01, 2012 · According to the National Reading Panel (2000), the four components of reading are: comprehension, vocabulary, fluency and alphabetics. As ESOL teachers we know how to teach vocabulary and comprehension, but fluency and alphabetics are terra incognita.. There are the great classic fluency activities: Read Along, Echo Reading, Choral Reading, and Paired Reading.