Here at Bilingual Learner, you'll find various lessons, counseling session guides, curriculum guides, activities, games, songs, assessments, and data tracking tools that are especially suited for both English speaking and non English speaking learners. Check out our site...we are sure you will find something you can use today!
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Check out this lesson that uses the amazing and FREE publications from student.gov! Your students of any age group will be captivated by these fun college and career brochures while they learn lots of crucial info about planning for their future. Celebrate their futures, no matter the age, with fun activities combined with a lively discussion about what "college" actually means and how to start on the path to get there. Happy Learning!
Yearly School Counseling Curriculum & Weekly Schedule!
There's a lot of interest these days in templates for school counselor curriculum/calendars as well as templates for a weekly/daily schedule that is based on the American School Counselors Association model. So,we'd like to offer ours up! Click on the door image with our state mandated counseling code to see the counseling curricular calendar. Click on the red sign to see the weekly/daily schedule template. Happy Planning!
Group Guidance and Lesson Data Tools
These handy products show you how to make pre and posttests for your counseling groups and/or guidance lessons and then turn them into hard and fast data graphs to show the awesome progress your students are making!
Do you work with upper elementary, middle or high school students? If so, they can fill out their own needs assessment to tell you exactly what topics they need and want in their counseling classroom lessons! Use this assessment with students and plan your lessons accordingly!
This is a great handout to give in group- teach your students all the ways to cope with life's difficulties in a healthful way! Comes with discussion questions too!
This is a fun little ESL/EFL game that students can play to strengthen their number vocabulary. For this game, the students will do increasingly difficult math problems mentally (no pencil/paper). The purpose of the game is to have students say various numbers up through the ten thousands place in order to apply their number vocabulary and pronunciation. Happy Teaching!
For beginning ESL learners, the English alphabet and numbers can be challenging. Make learning fun with these cards that have the letters of the alphabet on one side and numbers on the other side. Students get their own cards and practice pronouncing the squares of the card. We do this each day at the beginning of the lesson for ten to twenty minutes, saying all the letters/sounds of the alphabet and then turning the card over and repeating with the numbers in sets of ten. Click on the image to the right to get your cards and some alphabet/number activities to do with your students!
In case you haven't yet taught contractions, here is an outstanding structure chart to incorporate into your English language lessons. Consider including grammar structures into fun activities such as field trips or art projects to help students with retention and motivation.