Like most of you, I'm already thinking about next year. I've been teaching ESOL students for the passed two years and I only needed to post ESOL accommodations somewhere in my planbook. I've had it stapled at the beginning. However, next year I'll have a homeroom (1st grade...YEAH!!!), but now I have to also post the ESE accommodations that I plan on using for those students in my planbook. Does anyone know what those are specifically? Here are the ESOL accommodations that I have posted in my planbook: 1. Translate key concepts 2. Make an outline 3. Write a summary 4. Highlight important points 5. Use manipulatives 6. Student conducted role-plays 7. Student centered group problem-solving activities 8. Develop vocabulary/definition/example list 9. Add visuals and illustrations 10. Use charts, tables, and graphic organizers 11. Provide “realia” 12. Use short, simple sentences 13. Simplify and standardize vocabulary 14. Change narratives to list form 15. Music, poetry and games 16. Language Experience Approach (LEA) 17. Use simple forms of media 18. Total Physical Response (TPR) If they are the same I could just label it ESOL/ESE accommodations, but I wanted to make sure that I'm not leaving anything out or if there is something that I cannot use for ESE students. Your help is greatly appreciated.