If you are new to TEL check out these “How Can TEL Help?” video series! Each of these videos demonstrates how TEL can be used to help with specific elementary, middle, and high school assignments.
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World Book Kids, NASA Science Space Place
World Book Discover
World Book Early Learning
World Book Timelines
Transparent Language Online
TEL4U, Gale In Context: Elementary
Memphis Commercial Appeal, Nashville Tennessean, Knoxville News Sentinel
Gale In Context: Opposing Viewpoints
Gale In Context: Elementary
Peterson's Career Prep
Gale, World Book, ProQuest Historical Newspapers, Digital Library of Tennessee
My students are doing science fair projects and need to come up with topics. How can TEL help?
My students are new to doing their own research and I want to give them helpful resources. How can TEL help?
I am working on an essay and need to find related topics to the one I’m writing about. How can TEL help?”
There is a first grader at my school who speaks Spanish and their teacher is looking for Spanish-language books. How can TEL help?
My students need to compare and contrast two countries during a time period of their choice. How can TEL help?
I’m interested in learning Latin, but my school doesn’t offer it. How can TEL help?
A student from out of state just joined our class, so the class is teaching them about Tennessee history. How can TEL help?
It’s time for my students to start researching historical figures for History Day. How can TEL help?
We’re having a debate on current issues in AP Government, but I only get my news from TikTok. How can TEL help?
My students need to add extra facts to their book reports. How can TEL help?
We just had Career Week, and now our students are interested in learning more about what careers are out there for them. How can TEL help?
I’m working on a research project and need to have citations. How can TEL help?
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