Nellies English Projects is an educational website for students and teachers whose aim is to motivate students for lifelong learning. It provides resources for teachers on how to integrate technology into the classroom by means of project based and experiential learning using WebQuests. The site provides many educational resources, articles,lesson plans, evaluation rubrics, reading practice and collaborative writing ideas.

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I stopped being burned out as an English as a second and foreign language (ESL/EFL) teacher the year I decided to create my own website (2003). I have been having so much fun teaching ever since.

You can be inspired, too. It's time to take the initiative. There are various ways I can help you get back on track and start enjoying your work once again. I can guide you into the world of technology and teaching. I can mentor you one-on-one on how to use educational web technologies. I will teach you how to use Moodle for teaching online and charging money, WizIQ for live online classes, google drive for collaborative learning, screensharing tools, creating videos for the blended and flipped class, creating WebQuests and creating socially engaging learning activities for your students one step at a time.

Best wishes,

Dr. Nellie Deutsch


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Collaborative Writing Projects Provide clear instructions and rubric assessments on how to integrate technology by means of projects into the classroom. Students are evaluated for three stages: the work file, the written work and the oral presentation. Team spirit, decision making and cooperation are skills developed along with ESL/EFL learning.

Action Research Project Presentation and Paper on Anxiety and Reading Comprehension

Lesson Plans for ESL/EFL Classes / Click here to take the ESL/EFL teachers' Survey

Survey Statistics for Reading Comprehension Tests for ESL/EFL Students and Anxiety (June 14,2004)





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