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ESOL for Teachers

Natalia Ethridge

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This podcast is for ESOL Teachers, ESOL Coaches, and Classroom Teachers who are eager to provide the best possible instructional supports for English Language Learners. Cover art photo provided by rawpixel on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@rawpixel
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Dear friends, we thank you for the prayers for our daughter, Jessica. She is home after a rather harrowing stay at the hospital and is stable, but still in need of serious medical attention. I am sending along the song I had planned to write about for last week’s Sometimes a Song, when our word was “sky.” But with a nod to childhood and summer, I’m…
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As it happens, I am writing these words just as a picture of my mother and father on their wedding day flashes before my eyes, both of them young, and never did I know them to be otherwise, even when my father lay dying at age 56, and even now that my mother is drawing near to the sunset of life. What a wonderful thing it is, to be a child! And for…
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I never have understood the desire to leave childhood behind, in the way that a traveler leaves a dusty wayside inn, his mind wholly on some misty destination which somehow he never does reach. We’ll fondly say of a grown dog that there’s still a lot of puppy in her, and one of the sweetest sights, to my mind, is that of an old man talking to his g…
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For this week’s Poetry Aloud is a long read. But it’s a poem that schoolchildren once loved, and that has given us the idea of the “albatross around the neck,” the punishment that attends to the Ancient Mariner in our ballad today, because without any motivation, he had so little regard for the beautiful creature of God that he shot it, for no reas…
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Sometimes what people used to do strikes me as so remarkable, I hardly know whether we live on the same planet, under the same blue sky. The author of our Hymn of the Week, the Reverend William Chalmers Smith, entered Marischal College, in Aberdeen, Scotland, when he was 14 years old. Was “college” just a fancy name for a secondary school, as in Et…
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“Red sky at night, sailor’s delight,” went the old jingle, and, “Red sky at morning, sailors take warning.” That ancient wisdom can be found in the words of Jesus, when the Pharisees and the Sadducees demand from Jesus a sign from heaven. Putting him to the test, they were, because they didn’t want to heed his words and consider all the people he h…
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Today at Word & Song I have a new musical style to introduce to you. The genre was short lived, and occupied the years between Elvis Presley’s induction into the Army and the “British Invasion,” with the arrival of the Beatles in 1964. The style was called The Brill Sound, named for the Brill Building in Manhattan, where a group of song writers and…
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As soon as Tony mentioned the word “life” for our Word of the Week, one song leapt into my mind. I listened to “That’s Life” and immediately was transported back to my childhood. I’ve mentioned before that I grew up in a house full of crooners, with Frank Sinatra headlining the show. “That’s Life” gives us Sinatra at the peak of his career, perfect…
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