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Adding complexity through one-question interview

Hello colleagues, One of my favorite teaching activities over the last few years is one I learned from my friend and colleague Betsy Parrish. Betsy wrote the ESL Pro issue brief and developed the online module, "Meeting the Needs of Today's Adult English Learners." The focus of these materials is on enhancing the complexity of our teaching to support and accelerate learners to reach their important goals. You may recall that Betsy was a guest discussion leader not long ago.

Bar graph shows 9 students (5 women, 4 men) have a garden. Seven students  (5 women and 2 men) do not have a graden.

Working with Graphic Information

Hello colleagues, How do approach teaching graphs in your classroom? Have you engaged learners in creating graphs? Do you have a go-to online resource for graphic information?

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