Why Building Relationships with ELLs Matters: Event Archive
Anne Marie Foerster Luu is a veteran ESOL teacher who has worked with all age levels and was named TESOL's 2013 National Teacher of the Year. In this interview, she talks about the importance of building relationships with ELLs and offers tips for discussing difficult topics in the classroom.
Anne Marie is also a co-editor of the book Teachers as Allies: Transformative Practices for Teaching DREAMers & Undocumented Students (Teachers College Press, 2017), which she discusses in the interview. For related content, see our interview with Anne Marie's colleague Lori Dodson.
This Facebook Live event was made possible by generous support from the National Education Association.
The full original interview, along with viewer comments, is available on Facebook.
The following clips are organized by topic. Related clips from Anne Marie's colleague Lori Dodson are also included in a number of the playlists.
Anne Marie Foerster Luu: An Award-Winning ESOL Teacher
Building Relationships with ELL and Immigrant Students
A Relationship Based on Trust: Partnerships with ELL Families
Talking About Big Topics with High School and ELL Immigrant Students
Featured Book: Teachers as Allies
Anne Marie is a co-editor of and contributor to Teachers as Allies: Transformative Practices for Teaching DREAMers & Undocumented Students (Teachers College Press, 2017). She and co-editor Lori Dodson discuss some highlights from the book in the following clips.