Webinar Alert: BrainPOP ESL Basics and Beyond

BrainPOP ESL: Basics and Beyond
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
4:30 PM EST
Duration: 1 Hour

Get acquainted with the award-winning BrainPOP ESL, the newest addition to our suite of resources. Bev Fine takes you through the eight interactive features that support each movie and reinforce the lessons through practice in all four language skills. She’ll also take a look at teacher support material like lesson plans and activities that build differentiated and higher order thinking skills.

RSVP: http://bpeslbasics.eventbrite.com/

  • http://brainpop susjon

    I have lost the place where I must leave a comment in order to get a certificate for attending the webinar. Can you help me with this?

  • Brittany Bell

    (Not sure if my first comment was sent so I apologize if this is a duplicate response…)

    My take-aways from today’s webinar:

    1) The importance of introducing a manageable amount of new vocabulary words at a time.
    2) Introuducing Level One words before ELL’s will be comfortable enough to master content vocabulary.
    3) Using flash cards and interactive games to reinforce vocabulary.
    4) Moving away from traditional vocabulary teaching to higher order thinking by making connections. For example, students can use the sentence starter “_______ and ________ are related because…”

  • seyda

    It was great experience for me.
    Technology is wonderful tool to use in classroom.
    I am so happy to attend your webinar.
    Thank you
    Have a nice day

  • http://www.brainpop.com/educators Tatum

    Susjon – If you attended this ESL webinar, you can leave a comment here on the blog. As you watch archived webinars, there will be directions in each webinar as to where to post your comments.

    Seyda- Glad you enjoyed the webinar!

  • http://www.brainpop.com/educators Tatum

    Wow – Brittany! Excellent take-homes. As you explore BrainPOP ESL keep sharing strategies. Are you currently an ESL teacher using BrainPOP ESL?

  • Stephanie

    This is a great webinar and I will be sharing it with my grade level reading teacher. BrainPOP continues to amaze me. I wish you had a program similar to this to help with science vocabulary.

    Please send my certificate of completion. Thank you!!!

  • Andrew Alvarez

    I received a mail that I could get certificates if I watch even previous webinars. I enjoyed this webinar, because it mentioned a lot of new words.

    Utilizing flash cards and interactive games for better learning is a very interesting thing to try more in my classes.

    Keep up the good work!

  • Katrina Katayama

    Great webinar! Too bad I missed the live session. Thanks to Andrew for sharing this website. Wish I had discovered it earlier.

    I will definitely be using the site with my students. The interactive games and lessons are great. It would surely work for both auditory and visual learners.

    Looking forward to the next webinar!

  • mylamccoy

    I don’t have any ESL students this year, however, I teach READ 180 at my school, which is a reading program for students who read at least two grade levels below the grade they are in. For example, if a 10th grader reads on an 8th grade level, he or she could be eligible for my READ 180 class. Because the BrainPOP ESL curriculum focuses on language development, it is an excellent tool for my below-grade-level readers. I like that there are a variety of ways to the BrainPOP ESL program (quizzes, games, movies, etc.). The BrainPOP program is a great support to the READ 180 program. Thank you so much for this information!

  • barbarahathorn

    I liked the interactive games to reinforce vocabulary. Lots of great ideas. Thanks!