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Introducing ESL Story Bank Activities!

There is a plethora of text-based resources becoming outdated because they are not easy or quickly implemented into online instruction. One example of this was Minnesota's ESL Story Banks for beginning English learners. In our recent EdTech Maker Space we updated this incredible content to virtual formats. Join this session to hear more about the content, find out how to access the new online materials, and learn how you can utilize these materials to support your ESL students.


This session was a part of the fourth Maryland Adult Education Virtual Training Institute and was hosted by:

Rachel Riggs & Lama Masri - Frederick Community College


To access a copy of the presentation, please click this link.

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