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1Exploring the Use of Technology in a Dual Language Classroom CABE TWO-WAY, San Diego 2010
2Meyler Street Elementary School K-5 Dual Language Program
3Meyler Street’s Technology Centers Meyler Street Foreign Language Technology CenterComputer Lab
4Objective 1Understand the world of computer-assisted Dual Language classrooms using "Rosetta Stone“ and "Tell Me More" software currently implemented in the Dual Language Program.
5Rosetta Stone Software Students in the lower grades (Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grades utilize “Rosetta Stone”
6Rosetta Stone - Level 1 * Online with server * Very basic vocabulary * K -1 grade* Lots of repetition* Pictures/ word association*recommended period of 30 minutes
7Tell Me More Software: http://www2.tellmemoreeducation.com Students in the Dual Language Program –3rd, 4th and 5th grades utilize Tell Me More
8Tell Me More Education: http://www2.tellmemoreeducation.com *Online Program* Use with 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students*Need earphones*It takes few minutes to download the program*Lots of opportunities for vocabulary development*Students work independently*Medium to High levels of language fluency* Recommended period of 50 minutes
9Objective # 2Receive additional internet resources to assist in implementing a successful Dual Language Program.
10Free websites for teachers Student websites:orLocal District 8 website:
11SAT Question of the DayLesson Plans:Wonders of the World:What about (LAUSD.NET blocks this site)
12Websites http://www.panoramas.dk/7-wonders/index.html Reading Strategies:English Lang. Vocabulary and Grammar, Foreign Language vocabulary, geographic, etc.NCTE Read/Write/Think lesson place for all grades with Book Clubs (try the Graphic map)
13Websites Graphic organizers for the upper grades: Strategies/Tools for Reading, Writing and Thinking from Greece New York schools. Fantastic resource for unit plans, templates, best practices, reading lists, etc:Tech. web site. I haven’t checked it out yet, saved to investigate laterOn-line book club where you can set up virtual book shelves. We “discussed’ books with our lit. coaches on-line. I’ve seen teachers use this with their classes:
15Reading Strategies:Glossary Spanish/English:California CDE Sample Test Questions Lower Grades can use basic level questions from upper grade release questions. Print or save images or questions to use.LAUSD Hippocampus Flash animations of lessons searchable by standard and text pages. Some concepts will be helpful for Science, Mathematics, and Social Science. No Language Arts.Video in the Classroom
16The Language MenuThis website was created by language teachers for language teachers. It includes worksheet generators, interactive games, a clipart gallery, a database of materials downloadable in PDF format, and more.Now you can make worksheets in 35 languages: Arabic, Bahasa, Bulgarian, Cantonese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch , English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Macedonian, Mandarin, Norwegian, Pinyin, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Swedish, Tagalog, Turkish and Vietnamese.Registration is required to access the resources, but it is free.Visit the Language Menu at
17LACOE's TEAMS Educational Resources http://teams. lacoe Rubistar Teacher Tools - includes Rubric and Project Generators and more...Blooms' New Taxonomy - Google search resultsMIT Open Courseware (We have high expectations!) 1500 courses from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Lecture notes, videos, animations. Some items will help our K-5 students' families and friends.
18WEBSITES FOR BILINGUAL TEACHERS/PARENTS (DLP) Social network for people who love books!
19Meyler Street Technology Lab K-5 SPANISH WEBSITESK-5 BILINGUAL WEBSITESK-5 ENGLISH ONLY WEBSITES
20http://www. spanglishbaby BabyCenter en EspañolBilingual Families ConnectBilingual Family NewsletterBilingual FunBilingual/Bicultural Family NetworkBoca BethCenter for Applied LinguisticsChildren´s Book PressCircle Time KidsCody´s CuentosColorín ColoradoCuentos para DormirDiscovery Kids EspañolEncuentosEspañol para TodosForeign Language FriendsForeign Language FunGrowing Bilingualhabla blah blahHispanic Culture OnlineLA Language WorldLanguage LizardLatin Baby Book ClubMultilingual Children´s AssociationNNELLPocoyóProfessor PocketRaising a Bilingual ChildSemillitas de AprendizajeSongs for Teaching SpanishSpanish Lesson PlansThe Bilingual EdgeTodo BebéWe Are Little AmigosWorldSpeak
21Internet Options in the Classroom Activities for the one computer classroomLook for ways you can supplement your curriculum with Internet resources. For example, my textbook talks about murals that are popular in many communities in the U.S. It mentions the influence of Rivera, Orozco, and Siquieros.So I went to the Diego Rivera Museum, and downloaded a site with about 15 examples of Diego Rivera's work. Then I showed them to the students with the TV monitors.In the movie unit, I used the movie activity, "Movies in Madrid..." (http://www.clta.net/lessons/index.html).In the travel unit, (lakes, mountains, waterfalls, cathedrals, jungles, taking pictures) I used "Fotos de la Argentina."
22UCLA Language Materials Project: Links, dictionaries, stories… Languages on the Web:for less commonly taught languagesLINKS to: Training and Resource Centers to: National K-12 Foreign Language Resource Center to: Spanish Two-Way Immersion
23UCLA Languages on the web: http://www.lonweb.org/
24A Spanish-language website for teaching children about Mexico is available at .
25In the clothing unit, I used "La Tienda En Casa," an order service from El Corte Inglés in Spain with descriptions, sizes, and colors in Spanish and prices in pesetas. I used just the "Especial Moda" section. (http://www.elcorteingles.es/corporativo/index.asp)
28Objective # 3Use internet resources to provide references to validate research and successful implementation of Dual Language Programs in your classroom.
29Dual Language Program Resources CARLA (Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition (Immersion Research Page)CAL Resource Guide Online Center for Applied Linguistics online resource guide with digests, publications from ERIC/CLL and other sources, listservs, web sites and other information relevant to two-way immersion.CAL Two-Way Immersion Resources Center for Applied Linguistics website with current CAL projects and publications related to two-way immersion.Center for Applied Linguistics (Two-Way Immersion Page)
33San Diego County Office of Education/ English Learner and Support ServicesOnline Resources:CAL (Center for Applied Linguistics) CABE (California Association for Bilingual Education) CDE (California Department of Education) Dual Language Immersion National Standards Dual Language Education of New Mexico Evaluator’s Toolkit for Dual Language Guiding Principles- "Even The Walls Talk" NCELA (National Clearinghouse for English Language Acquisition) (Formerly NCBE) K-8 Content Standards in Spanish Data/Research on Two-Way Immersion Raising Bilingual Children: Common Parental Concerns and Current Research La crianza de niños bilingües: preocupaciones comunes de los padres y las investigaciones actuales
34 LAUSD - APOLO/Dual Language Programs Resources /References 2-Way CABE Affiliate of the California Association for Bilingual Education (CABE), dedicated to advocating for and assisting with the planning and implementation of quality two-way bilingual immersion programs.CABE California Association for Bilingual Education (CABE)ACTFL American Council on the Teaching of Foreign LanguagesCDE Two-Way Immersion Programs California Department of Education website with overview, directory and information on two-way immersion programs statewide.Los Angeles County Office of Education A "gateway to the many programs, services and affiliates of the Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE), the nation's largest regional education agency."
35- Benefits of Bilingualism (PDF) - ELs with Special Needs (PDF) San Diego County Office of Education/ English Learner and Support Services UnitNenette Adelson-Rodriguez, Director Phone: Fax: EL&SS homepage:Mailing List : RECOMMENDEDEvents:- April 6, th Annual Dual Language Institute, SDCOE Dr. Genesee’s PowerPoints available:- Benefits of Bilingualism (PDF) - ELs with Special Needs (PDF)
37ResourcesNational Clearinghouse for English Language Acquisition and Language Instruction Education Programs (NCELA) Funded by the Office of English Language Acquisition (OELA), the NCELA "is authorized to collect, analyze, synthesize, and disseminate information about language instruction educational programs for limited English proficient children, and related programs. Priority is given to information on academic content and English proficiency assessments and accountability systems."Southern California Comprehensive Assistance Center (SCCAC) The Comprehensive Assistance Center program is a network of 15 regional centers funded by the U.S. Department of Education to help recipients of funds under the ESEA to improve teaching and learning in the schools. The SCCAC provides support, training and assistance; integrates and coordinates programs and services; consults with the various No Child Left Behind (NCLB) stakeholders; and provides professional development services across NCLB initiatives.UCLA Language Materials Project (LMP) The UCLA Language Materials Project (LMP) is an on-line bibliographic database of teaching and learning materials for over 100 Less Commonly Taught Languages (LCTLs).
39Dual Language Programs Research Dual Language researchers:Katherine Lindholm-Leary Homepage (One of the biggest researchers in the field of dual immersion)Wayne Thomas and Virginia Collier:Genesee, Hamayan,Hakuta, Cummins…and other researchers:A film about Dual Language Programs:
40More ResearchCenter for Research on Education, Diversity, and Excellence (Language Learning and Academic Achievement Research)Center for Multilingual, Multicultural ResearchNational OrganizationsAmerican Council on the Teaching of the Teaching of Foreign Languages (research pages)National Association of Bilingual EducationCalifornia Department of Education (Two-Way Immersion Programs)Dual Language Education of New MexicoTexas Two-Way/Dual Language Education
41Successful DL Programs in USA Obviously there are many more successful dual immersion programs across the US. Here are links to just a few of them.Blaine County School District (Sun Valley)Capistrano School District (CA)Alicia R. Chacon International School (El Paso, TX)Valley View Elementary in Pleasanton, CAMadawaska and Gateway Elementary Schools (ME)Robert F. Kennedy Schools AMIGOS Program (MA)Osceola School District (FL)Key Elementary School (VA)Barbieri Elementary (MA)
42Brain Research1. Imaging Laboratory for Language,Bilingualism, and Child Development !By Dr Laura Petitto:
44Objective # 3View samples of students Power Point Presentations incorporating digital media presented at INFO-TECH 2010
45INFO-TECH ProjectStudents work on creating a Power Point Presentation based on a QuestionnaireStudents explore:Maps – goggled addressesPictures – selected best imagesSearched countries around the worldLearned how to use iphoto and imovie (Sample of the Questionnaire is available)
46INFO-TECH ProjectStudents work on creating a Power Point Presentation based on a QuestionnaireStudents explore:Maps – goggled addressesPictures – selected best imagesSearched countries around the worldLearned how to use iphoto and imovie (Sample of the Questionnaire is available)
52SummaryYou all received knowledge of the Software programs: Rosetta Stone and Tell Me MoreYou will use the free websites and additional internet resources to assist you in your classroomYou enjoyed our students Power Point Presentations and replicate them if possible
53Thank You for Your Attention! CThank You for Your Attention!Celia KuehnFLAP Technology Center – Director/teacherMeyler Street ESKarina Trinidad-BuiDual Language Lead Teacher