Refine Search By Resource Type Checkboxes Resource Type Conferences Interviews Journals Like-Minded Organizations TIRF Publications Literature Reviews & Annotated Bibliographies Newsletters Publication Opportunities Reference Lists Research Organizations Teacher's Associations Teachers’ & Researchers’ Resources Trustee Events Videos & Slidecasts By Resource Tags Checkbox Resource Tag Assesses Publication/Author Fee Content-Based Website Resources Free Online Access General Skills ESL Websites Language Assessment Information Listening & Speaking & Pronunciation Websites Outreach Efforts Parents Podcasts Policymakers Program Administrators Reading & Writing & Grammar Websites Recommended Readings Researchers Rubric Building Tools Students Teachers Technology Tools for Teachers Testers Young Learners Action Agenda for the Future of the TESOL Profession Type: Teachers’ & Researchers’ Resources Tags: Recommended Readings The agenda is intended to serve as a guiding framework for the TESOL profession at the local, regional, national, and international levels. The full report is downloadable from this website. Link: http://www.tesol.org/summit-2017/action-agenda-for-the-future-of-the-tesol-profession The 6 Principles of Exemplary Teaching for English Learners Type: Teachers’ & Researchers’ Resources Tags: Recommended Readings The 6 Principles provide teachers with the knowledge to make informed decisions to improve instruction and assessment, so curricula and courses for English learners are rigorous, relevant, and designed and delivered with second language acquisition in mind. Link: http://www.tesol.org/the-6-principles/ “Teacher’s Strategies for Pronouncing and Remembering Students’ Names Correctly” Type: Teachers’ & Researchers’ Resources Tags: Recommended Readings A small detail but more important than you think! Link: https://www.kqed.org/mindshift/52183/teachers-strategies-for-pronouncing-and-remembering-students-names-correctly?utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=npr&utm_term=nprnews&utm_content=20180923 Lauridsen, K. M., & Kastberg, M. Type: Teachers’ & Researchers’ Resources Tags: Recommended Readings (Eds.) (2015). Opportunities and challenges in the multilingual and multicultural learning space. Retrieved from http://intluni.eu/uploads/media/The_opportunities_and_challenges_of_the_MMLS_Final_report_sept_2015.pdf Teaching Pronunciation by John Murphy Type: Teachers’ & Researchers’ Resources Tags: Recommended Readings Suggested readings on Teaching Pronunciation from John Murphy, University of Georgia. Link: http://www2.gsu.edu/~esljmm/ss/furtherreading.htm “Recommendations of Good Practice in Applied Linguistics” (Revised) Type: Teachers’ & Researchers’ Resources Tags: Recommended Readings published by the British Association for Applied Linguistics, has long been used as a source of information and guidance relating to research practices and ethics in Applied Linguistics, by researchers and students alike. Link: http://www.baal.org.uk/public_docs.html Canadian Modern Language Review Type: Teachers’ & Researchers’ Resources Tags: Recommended Readings Marlise Horst: What Do We Know about the Best Practices for Teaching Vocabulary? Philippa Bell: Why do some students learn additional languages faster than others? Carmen Muñoz: What is the best age to learn a second/foreign language?