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YouTube Videos in an ESL Classroom and Visible Thinking

YouTube Videos and Visible Thinking in an ESL Classroom Short video clips have a lot of potential in an ESL teaching practice. The visual input hooks students and make them enthusiastic about sharing their ideas if the story of the clip catches their attention. Recently, I stumbled upon a clip on Larry Ferrazo’s blog called […]

Visible Thinking Routines in an ESL classroom

Visible Thinking Routines in an ESL classroom Not much has been said about the role of visible thinking in ESL pedagogy.  Visible thinking routines prove to be challenging for English language learners because they have limited abilities to express themselves and their thinking. I believe that visible thinking routines definitely belong in an ESL classroom. […]