I post their finished products around the perimeter of the board. They must avoid using any of the words on the clue card. This list will be helpful for our workshop in those times when you need some new ideas about what to write about.
Not all books about Spanish speakers, for example, are relevant to all Hispanic students. She finds that her native Spanish-speaking first graders love to hear her read stories that relate to their experiences and are also about children their own age.
If the teacher uses games in the classroom to teach concepts to the kids, those games can go out during the back-to-school night for parents to play. Parrot in the Oven: Hold up the objects one at a time and reveal their hidden meanings. Many of the boys in Linda's class can see themselves in the main character of this powerful story.
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Still other books contain fairy tales or legends, and students have trouble connecting personally to such books. Fold a black napkin into a triangle and glue to the bottom for a witch cape.
I carefully pried the door open and about five feet from my front door was a snake. Continue with new questions such as, "Do you have a brother.
He recently received Ada's I Love Saturdays and domingos Ada, as a gift because he and his Anglo wife have a four-year-old daughter. Could this story take place this year. Suzanne is a monolingual teacher who had been concerned that her students, almost all of whom were Latinos, were not succeeding in reading and writing in English.
The parents try to match the teacher with the childhood picture. Our concern is that many ELLs do not have access to culturally relevant books. If estimation is on the schedule for math class, an estimation game with objects in a jar is an option.
A few years ago one might have argued that there were not many culturally relevant books available. This was a new microgenre for most of my students, and they eagerly pored over the books with their partners. Bilingual and ESL conferences at state and national levels display many such books from different cultures.
In a Jar ® Activities Enjoy the games and cards alone or with others at home, at school, at childcare, in the office, while traveling, at parties, in youth groups, and at camp. Sort By: Most Recent Most Popular Alphabetical by Title Price (Low to High) Price (High to Low). Book Review: The Name Jar¿By Yangsook Choi '' Yangsook Choi has written and illustrated many children's books including The Sun Boy and the Moon Girl, New Cat, and The Next New Year.
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Science, Writing, Math and Art through bubbles. We begin by making bubbles using different solutions, testing and changing variables to improve the bubble size and strength. Several activities are incorporated: High School Special Ed.
Teacher. At our school open house is for students to show off their work and friends and families to socialize. We do not hand anything out. If you have saved any work, now would be the time to put out writing.
For high school students and teachers. Also has some good pictures and clip art to use. Illinois AITC Students make a "Soil Sam" with a baby food jar to hold the soil and grass seeds planted to grow "hair".
Includes suggested additions to learn about fertilizers. discussions and writing assignments are incorporated as students learn to.The name jar writing activity for high school