Before we close our classroom doors for the year, it’s time to reflect on our journey of equipping ELLs for success.
We are here with an audit guide for your ESL program!
In episode 77 of the Equipping ELLs podcast, Beth will guide you through reflection using the “Three, Two, One Method”.
Begin by jotting down three positive things that happened this year. These will remind you of the progress you’ve made and what things you want to continue into next year!
Now, move on to listing two areas of frustration. Be honest with yourself about the challenges you’ve faced.
Lastly, choose one action step to prioritize during the summer break. Instead of overwhelming yourself with an extensive to-do list, concentrate on a single goal.
Tune in to episode 77 of the Equipping ELLs podcast as we celebrate the milestones achieved, learn from the challenges faced, and equip ourselves with renewed energy and focus for the upcoming year.
Topics Discussed in this episode:
- Positives to look for as you reflect on your school year
- Areas of frustration and other challenges you may want to reconsider for next year
- Small steps that can make a big impact for you and your students
- Join the Equipping ELLs membership
- ESL Program Survey
- Speaking and Writing Warm-Ups
- Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones by James Clear
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We all know that teaching isn’t easy, but it doesn’t have to be this hard. Equipping ELLs is a podcast for both ESL specialists and homeroom teachers who are looking for effective and engaging ways to support their English Language Learners without adding to their endless to-do list. Tune in each week to hear tips, strategies, and inspirational stories that will empower you to better reach your ELL students, equip them with life-long skills, and strengthen relationships with colleagues and parents.
Your host, Beth Vaucher, is the founder of Inspiring Young Learners. She is an ESL certified homeroom teacher with over 10 years of experience teaching in the US and internationally. Her background of M.Ed in ESL and Curriculum and Instruction combined with her experience has led her to develop a bestselling newcomer curriculum that has sold in over 90 countries around the globe. She brings a different perspective to teaching ELLs from her years teaching and living abroad and working with ELLs from around the world. You will walk away from each episode with the ideas and tools you need to transform your experience as a teacher and cultivate a thriving and welcoming environment for your ELL students.