Recently I was volunteering as an ESL teacher! It’s something I like to do on the side that makes me feel great. My students are brilliant and they learn incredibly quickly. I always get a kick out of how fast they learn. So, we were hanging out one day, and I decided to introduce Graphic Recording as a technique in language learning. As I taught, I drew this big chart explaining the ideas for the lesson. Maybe it seems just like regular teaching, but the idea was to make a chart explaining the lesson using Graphic Recording techniques. Only I was Graphically Recording myself as I went along. So the chart worked fine, and they were better able to grasp the concepts. I felt glad to have a visual reminder of the lesson planning that could remain after the day was done. We referred to it after that and made others. So I took a snapshot so that people could see Graphic Recording in an ESL context. Worked great!
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