By Jane Odom, M.Ed, Director of Implementation Resources
English is one of the most widely spoken languages on Earth. Whether you are learning English as a second language or learning to speak using an AAC device, the methods are often the same. The AAC Language Lab has recently been honored by being included as a resource for teaching English as a second language(ESL).
Masters in ESL, an online resource for those who are teachers of ESL, has included the AAC Language Lab as one of their top resources for teaching ESL. The sites compiled offer tools and lessons, general tips and specific exercises, and much more information to make teaching and learning ESL as fun and easy as possible, inside and outside the classroom. These sources aren’t ranked, since each meets the needs of people at different skill and experience levels, but anyone with an active interest in ESL will find something useful here.
These resources are can also be used to help our students on their journey to learn to use their AAC device effectively. 115 Leading Sources for Teaching and Learning ESL
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