Georgia Teachers of English to
Speakers of Other Languages


GATESOL Resource Database

Consider the benefits of sharing lesson plans, content based assessments, and other teacher created project materials.  Students will benefit from the exchange of effective strategies. Also, teachers will benefit by earning a free one-year membership to Georgia TESOL after five submissions have been reviewed and accepted for the resource database.  

Members and non-members may submit their original work to earn credit towards their one-year membership, but only GATESOL members will have access to the database of resources.


Get Started Today

Submit lesson plans through survey monkey (please answer all questions).

Submit differentiated content-based assessments and other teacher created project materials by sharing your google drive document or emailing your pdf file to:


Criteria for Submissions

  • Resource addresses the needs of L1/L2 ESOL students (including higher order thinking or DOK levels)
  • Resource addresses one or more Georgia Standards of Excellence in the areas of ELA, math, science, social studies, or CTAE.
  • Resource includes one or more language objectives in the domains of listening, speaking, reading, or writing.
  • Resource identifies the ESOL strategy source (e.g. SIOP, Can Do Descriptors, etc.)
  • Resource represents instructional quality and academic rigor
  • Resource is written in a clear, concise, and easy to follow format
  • Resource is free of copyright concerns.


Remember to use the same name and contact information for all five submissions in order to receive timely credit towards your free one-year membership.  It will take 2 weeks from the date of submission to complete the review process.  Then you will receive an email of acceptance, a request for revision, or we may decline the submission based on the criteria listed above.



If you have any questions regarding these guidelines or the status of your submission, please contact one of the following committee members:  Lela Horne ( or Jan Anglade (

Georgia TESOL

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