|More resources to teach comprehension strategies. These are listed as resources in some of the locally developed courses such as EAL B10L.|
|Appropriately leveled readers for EAL high school students. The one on the left has fantastic images and a great format. The Reading Explorer books also come with several support materials including CD-Roms, DVDs, a teacher guide, and audio CD. I haven't used it much as I just got it as a sample book but the topics are relevant and there are lots of vocabulary building activities, reading passages, reading comprehension,and the complementary digital media.|
|I teach a lot of EAL literacy classes so quite a few of my resources are subject-specific. These Science resources are excellent and are at an upper elementary level but cover content-obligatory language and include relevant topics.|
|Again, more examples of reading comprehension practice books and high-interest, low readability. Great for beginning readers.|
|More reading practice!|
I should also mention that I also teach an EAL math class and have been using the Math Makes Sense program with manipulatives quite successfully. We focus on the vocabulary words in each unit and my students are quite successful now with the math vocabulary and the math concepts in general.
Of course, I also use quite a online resources and various programs and have posted a few in recent posts. I'll try to get around to writing another post with more of those.