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  2. What’s In This Post? Our guide will give you insights into how educators around the world are approaching school closures. Thousands of teachers worldwide are currently sharing snippets of their experiences via social media or their blogs. We’ve compiled, curated, and built on some common themes and ideas to create this extensive guide.
  3. Storyline Online, streams videos featuring celebrated actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations. Each book includes a supplemental curriculum developed by a credentialed elementary educator, aiming to strengthen comprehension and verbal and written skills for English-language learners. Storyline Online is a program of the SAG-AFTRA Foundation.
  4. Texts with accompanying questions for educators and now parents to use. Also, a way to track student progress with the teacher dashboard.
  5. This is one of my favorite sites and every school should consider purchasing it. Right now, free. But, totally worth the money all year long. They take authentic content from the world's most trusted providers and turn it into learning materials that are classroom-ready. Up-to-date, high-interest articles that meet students right at their level. Students can select their Lexile level and teachers can see how long they spend on each article and what skills they master.
  6. A library of over 60,000 free eBooks. Project Gutenberg is a collection of books in the public domain, made available for convenient reading on digital devices
  7. During CoVid19, there are all free.Kids everywhere can instantly stream and listen to an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids. All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet.
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  9. Greetings everyone, I am a new member here hoping to gain some insight and conventional wisdom on many topics as I start the process of becoming Cambridge CELTA certified and eventually taking on a role as a teacher of English abroad. I am a semi-retired career chef. I will be looking for input on teaching and related methods, techniques and good practices to better prepare me for the big transition from the 'chef' world to the teaching world. The two are not so different in ways, as being a chef is often a matter of being a teacher and evaluating performance. I am looking forward to making new acquaintances here are networking with like-minded professionals. Thank you, Chef
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