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Today is #InternationalMigrantsDay: “Migration is an expression of the human aspiration for dignity, safety and a better future. It is part of the social fabric, part of our very make-up as a human family.” Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon. #iamamigrant #migrantscontribute
TESOL Blog: 22 States and the District of Columbia have recognized high school students who have achieved fluency in two or more languages with a Seal of Biliteracy.

What is a Seal of Biliteracy and How Does it Promote Bilingualism? | TESOL Blog

TESOL Blog: In the 24th ESP Project Leader Profile for the TESOL Blog, it is my pleasure to introduce you to Professor Jie Shi.

ESP Project Leader Profile: Jie Shi | TESOL Blog

TESOL Blog: In this two-part series, six L2 scholars who have recently graduated with doctoral degrees share dissertation advice with current PhD students in the ELT field.

Writing a Dissertation: Tips From Former PhD Students (Part 1) | TESOL Blog

TESOL Blog: TESOL tech blogger Tara Arntsen shares how to use free online tools to determine how much of your class understands a given topic or question.

Problem (Tech) Solved: Comprehension Checks 1 | TESOL Blog

TESOL Blog: In this post, adult ed blogger Rob Sheppard discusses the use of corpora in the adult English classroom, and how you can use them with ELs at all levels.

Corpora in Adult Ed | TESOL Blog

Sarah Sahr, #TESOL's Director of Professional Learning & Research, attended #English for All: Technology in English at the The White House last month. The event brought together #ELT & #EdTech professionals to discuss innovation in online English teaching & learning. ( EACatState)

Learn more about English for All at [ State.gov Link ].
TESOL Blog: How are mainstream public teachers required to address the needs of English language learners in their classrooms?

Public School Teachers of ELs: A Look at the Legal Requirements | TESOL Blog

TESOL Blog: Former TESOL Board member Luciana de Oliveira shares her experiences speaking at eight ELT conferences around the world on behalf of TESOL.

The TESOL Affiliate Speaker Program: Reflecting on the Last 3 Years | TESOL Blog

TESOL Blog: Phillip Chappell, ditor of the English Australia Journal and AL professor, discusses ESP leadership and introducing dynamic assessment into an EAP program.

ESP Project Leader Profile: Philip Chappell | TESOL Blog

TESOL Blog: Guest blogger Raichle Farrelly shares some strategies for teaching low-educated second-language adult learners, including issues of learner experience approach.

3 Effective Strategies for LESLLA Education | TESOL Blog

Trending now in the #TESOLsummit online discussion: English in #Multilingualism. Join the convo for free at . #ESL #ELT
TESOL Blog: Elena Shvidko shares quotes you can use with your students to help motivate them in writing class.

20 Inspirational Quotes for Writing Motivation | TESOL Blog

#TESOLpress is seeking contributors with engaging and effective lesson plan ideas for teaching grammar in the English language classroom. Submissions are being accepted until 12 January 2017, click the link for more information.

New Ways in Teaching Grammar, second edition

TESOL Blog: Robert Sheppard discusses why using music to teach the English language to ELLs may not be such a great idea.

Against Music in ELT | TESOL Blog

Online discussions for the #TESOLsummit have begun! If you haven’t already, register for FREE online and join the conversation at [ Bit.ly Link ].

Summit on the Future of the TESOL Profession

TESOL Blog: Try out these four online game resources with your ELLs. They're quick, easy to set up, and free, and they'll engage your students during down time.

4 Fast Fun Fillers: Games for ELL Break Time | TESOL Blog