English Learners

The Michigan Learning Channel presents supplemental content for English language development aligned with Michigan educational standards.

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  • Comparative adjectives

    Comparative adjectives

    Reading ELDLesson 6

    Tackle comparative adjectives and demonstratives in the present tense! This lesson is for Kindergarten and 1st grade students who are learning English and have…

  • Weather and often used words

    Weather and often used words

    Reading ELDLesson 6

    This learning adventure includes high frequency words, weather, and a hamster visit! This lesson is for 2nd or 3rd graders with beginning English skills.

  • “Wh” words

    “Wh” words

    Reading ELDLesson 6

    Learn all about “WH” words. Who? What? When? Where? Why? This lesson is for 2nd and 3rd grade students who are learning English and have intermediate to advanc…

  • Clothing words
    English LearnersKindergarten

    Clothing words

    Reading ELDLesson 6

    Learn clothing words, read two books, practice letter sounds, and learn a word family. This lesson is for Kindergarten and 1st graders with beginning English s…

Additional Resources

Read, Write, ROAR!

Read, Write, ROAR!

Kindergarten – 3rd Grade | English Language Arts | Kindergarten–3rd Grade learners build literacy skills with engaging ELA lessons.

Simple Gift Series

Pre-K | English Language Arts | Social and Emotional Learning | Preschoolers will make music with Marty the Music Man, find something new in Miss Linette’s Curiosity Corner, and read with Betty the Bookworm.

READING ELD

Reading ELD

K – 3rd Grade | ELL | English Language Development taught by Colorado master teachers that are aligned with Michigan Educational Standards.

Read With Me at Home

K – 3rd Grade | ELA | Literacy lessons for Kindergarten – 3rd Grade students taught by Colorado master teachers that are aligned with Michigan Educational Standards.