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The Morning Meeting Cathy Wharmby Molly Cunningham Laura Cullman
Greeting Communities Standard 5.2: Students show evidence of becoming life- long learners by using the language for personal enjoyment and enrichment. O Each student receives a greeting O Addresses listening and speaking common core standards O Could be used to teach cultural norms/customs O Allows for personal and positive interaction between students
Greeting- Examples O Beyond the handshake- butterfly greeting, elbow greeting, pinky greeting, formal greeting O Sentence structure greetings- use a language concept that is being studied (e.g. compliment greeting). O 1 minute greeting/ 1 minute silent greeting O Category greeting O Puppet greeting
Morning Message Communication standard 1.2: Students understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topics O Transferable skill for language arts and other content areas O Topics=punctuation, capital letters, accents, synonyms/antonyms, prefixes/suffixes, and root words, etc. O Read the message together and add an activity for the students to complete as a class (find the errors, find the prefixes, etc.). O It can remind students about important events/assignments and set a positive tone for the day.
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
Discussion of the Message O After each student reads the letter at the beginning of the day, each person will sign his or her name under an answer. O 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…
Share Communication Standard 1.3: Students present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners or readers on a variety of topics O Whole group share O Teacher directed O Student to student O I have.....Me, too. O Partner share O Mingle O Double Lines (Traveling Lines) O Concentric Circles O Written response O Where is the Porcupine?
Share Suggestions O Use anchor charts to support students' use of language. O Encourage students to use whole sentences rather than one word answers. O Encourage students to look at each other, not just the teacher. O Use various verb tenses, not just present.
Activity Connections Standard 3.1: Students reinforce and further their knowledge of other disciplines through the foreign language O Fosters a sense of community. O Develops conversational language skills. O Can integrate skills from any content area. O Often increases engagement for the remainder of the class/day. O Fun for the students!
Activity-Examples O Juego de los animales-speaking, listening O Mystery number-math, speaking O Songs-reading, speaking, listening O Snowball fight-writing, reading O What is the object?-speaking, listening O 20 questions-speaking, listening, language arts O Pass the pluma-speaking O Book 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
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