Using photos, videos to teach English-language learners

Teacher Larry Ferlazzo in this blog post suggests several activities, including some that use photos and videos, to help teach English-language learners. In one activity, students view photos and, throughout the week, write words, then sentences and finally essays about the photos. In another activity, students complete writing exercises based on what they have seen in slideshows, videos and animation programs.

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