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early immersion try to create an authentic English speaking environment inside our school a friendly, warm and non-threatening environment
order books from overseas different varieties of books including fiction and non-fiction build their reading habit Reading is enjoyable. Reading is fun.
use English to communicate; more exposure to English play English games, board games… sing songs watch movies, cartoons… shared reading
use English to give instructions English broadcasts involve in English assemblies English Room librarians leadership (an elite course)
20 students per class (For less able learners from P4 to P6) special seating arrangement good facilities e.g.a visualizer, computers, a projector, DVD, VCD, VHS, a cassette… a ‘Word Bank’
P1 & P2 Phonics classes “Have a Go” spelling strategy for P1 to P6 students
Welcome to the EAL Department! AIS Elementary Open House 2011.
Print Rich/Literacy Rich Environment Citrus: Literacy, Learners, & Leaders Staff Development Module #2 Authors: Kay Harper and and Mary Perrin Mary Perrin.
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Finding Good Information on the Internet For Students in grades 4-6.
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Stages of Literacy Development. Literacy begins at birth. Prior to schooling literacy is made possible by providing children with a literacy-rich environment.
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Language Policy for Lansdowne School Beliefs At Lansdowne, we believe that language is a vehicle for transdisciplinary learning. The strands of language.
How We Express Ourselves Click on the pictures to get started. This sign will take you home. Road signs Bliss Symbols Heiroglyphics Codes.
Partnering with Parents in the Learning of English Language How to support and enrich your childs learning and cultivate the love for the language 26 April.
UES BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT ASI Informational Session Thursday, September 27th 6:30pm.
Mrs. Nelson’s Second Grade Welcome, parents!. Welcome to Second Grade! During the presentation, please feel free to write down questions and/or comments.
St. Charles Borromeo Location: Kettering, OH Grades: Pre-K – 8 Students: ≈ 510 Staff: 2 non-certified, job share Schedule: fixed and flexible.
Literature Focus Unit on Dogs by: Chris Klemisch.
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Laptop Classroom Management. Tips Create a culture of good laptop use. Laptop protocols and routines should be clearly stated and followed (e.g. lids.
South Harrison Community School Corporation “Building Blocks” For Grade K.
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Harrisville Central School Teachers are Human Grades 3-5 ELA.
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Linking Sounds and Letters. 1: Joins in with rhyming and rhythmic activities Scale points 1 – 3 are based on the childrens achievement in their preferred.
“But I work with grown-ups! Classroom management is for children” Positive Behavioral Interventions for Adult Educators.
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Chapter 5 Phonemic Awareness Janet Avery. What? Phonemic Awareness is understanding that words can be broken down into smaller sounds – phonemes. Phonemic.
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Reading class 8 Mrs. Gardullo Room 302.
Mrs. Dentons 3 rd grade class Who is Mrs. Denton?? BA in Child Development from Cal State Northridge (CSUN) MA in Educational Psychology from.
STRATEGIC SUMMER LEARNING. Why become involved? Family and community involvement can have a powerful and positive impact on student outcomes. Family and.
If you want your children to succeed, then … HOLD ON to your home language! Roma Chumak-Horbatsch Ph.D. School of Early Childhood Education Ryerson University.
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