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I am a high school ESL teacher and curriculum designer. I enjoy producing teaching materials that not only support devoted and busy teachers, but they also provide English language learners with more engaging and creative learning opportunities. In my spare time, I like reading, indulging in binge watching TV shows on Netflix, and trying out new recipes.
I have created this blog to share some useful teaching tips and classroom-tested resources, so you can offer better learning experiences to your students.
Whether you are a veteran or a first-year educator, I hope you will find here plenty of useful teaching ideas and activities for your middle school or high school ESL learners.
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Single-Point ESL Rubrics
Single-point ESL assessment grids to assess students' speaking (interacts orally), reading (comprehension of written and oral texts/response process), and writing skills. This resource focuses on supporting learning and improving students' performance. These rubrics are formative assessment tools.
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