General Multilingualism

English as a Third Language (L3) in Our Classrooms!?

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By Charissa Reijmers Photo credit: woodleywonderworks Introduction This article is aimed at ESL teachers worldwide. As the term ESL (English as a Second Language) indicates, the way we teach is usually focused on learners who learn English as their second language. For many learners English might not be their second (L2) but their third (L3) […]

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Week in Review

Multilingual Living’s Week in Review – May 15

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This is a review of the articles, Tweets, Facebook posts and more which went out this week in and around our Multilingual Living universe. Thank you everyone for sharing your tips, tweets, emails and more with me! Were it not for you, this post wouldn’t even be here! Educators: Support Our Home Languages! For those […]

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Ask an Expert

How Can I Help an ELL Child Feel Comfortable with His Culture & Accent?

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Dear Madalena, I am tutoring a Nepalese Kindergarten student. He has been in the US for about one year; and he had some basic English knowledge before he came here. I was chosen as his tutor, because I am ESL myself (I don’t have much of an accent, but I can relate). He seems very […]

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