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1 Cathy Wharmby Molly Cunningham Laura Cullman The Morning MeetingCathy WharmbyMolly CunninghamLaura Cullman
2 Greeting Communities Standard 5 Greeting Communities Standard 5.2: Students show evidence of becoming life-long learners by using the language for personal enjoyment and enrichment.Each student receives a greetingAddresses listening and speaking common core standardsCould be used to teach cultural norms/customsAllows for personal and positive interaction between students
3 Greeting- ExamplesBeyond the handshake- butterfly greeting, elbow greeting, pinky greeting, formal greetingSentence structure greetings- use a language concept that is being studied (e.g. compliment greeting).1 minute greeting/ 1 minute silent greetingCategory greetingPuppet greeting
4 Morning Message Communication standard 1 Morning Message Communication standard 1.2: Students understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topicsTransferable skill for language arts and other content areasTopics=punctuation, capital letters, accents, synonyms/antonyms, prefixes/suffixes, and root words, etc.Read the message together and add an activity for the students to complete as a class (find the errors, find the prefixes, etc.).It can remind students about important events/assignments and set a positive tone for the day.
5 Sample Morning Message Buenas días estudiantes,Hoy vamos a hablar sobre los partes de un reunión del mañana y vamos a hacer un actividad y una saludo. Espero que esté listo para aprender mucho información y disfrutar la día.Sinceramente,El profesora¿ Qué es la error del carta?Acentos Concordancia de género Ortografía
6 Discussion of the Message After each student reads the letter at the beginning of the day, each person will sign his or her name under an answer.Read the letter as a group, discuss the correct answer and errors, and make corrections to the letter as a class.~ This letter does not have correct gender agreement…
7 Share Communication Standard 1 Share Communication Standard 1.3: Students present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topicsWhole group shareTeacher directedStudent to studentI have.....Me, too.Partner shareMingleDouble Lines (Traveling Lines)Concentric CirclesWritten responseWhere is the Porcupine?
8 Share SuggestionsUse anchor charts to support students' use of language.Encourage students to use whole sentences rather than one word answers.Encourage students to look at each other, not just the teacher.Use various verb tenses, not just present.
9 Activity Connections Standard 3 Activity Connections Standard 3.1: Students reinforce and further their knowledge of other disciplines through the foreign languageFosters a sense of community.Develops conversational language skills.Can integrate skills from any content area.Often increases engagement for the remainder of the class/day.Fun for the students!
10 Activity-Examples Juego de los animales-speaking, listening Mystery number-math, speakingSongs-reading, speaking, listeningSnowball fight-writing, readingWhat is the object?-speaking, listening20 questions-speaking, listening, language artsPass the pluma-speakingBook resources- Doing Science in Morning Meeting by Lars Webb and Margaret Berry Wilson and Doing Math in Morning Meeting by Andy Dousis and Margaret Berry Wilson
11 Questions or Comments? All photo images are credited to:https://www.responsiveclassroom.org/