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I hear and I forget; I see and I remember; I do and I learn.
 
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The guide provides a complete color coded list of spelling, phonics and syllabication rules. Color coding helps new readers, reluctant readers, s...
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Literature response rubric printable and adaptable to any book, genre, unit or textbook selection. Provides complete set of lessons, easy to use ...
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One week social studies, geography, history, cultures and art unit based on Wonders of the World. Includes projects and outline.
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Template for content based folder games for all grades and subjects. Greener options provided, using recycled materials.
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Lesson design to make abacus with students anduse to teach computation, decimals, place value, integers and more!
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Students explore and experience geometric solids in multisensory, hands-on lessons plans. Cross-curricular activities include: math, ELA, writing...
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Buyer re: Wonders of the World Unit
I would like to know more about this unit study. I will be teaching the Wonders of the World at a co op this fall and am struggling to organize materials and find good printable pages for the students, like diagrams of the inside of some of the wonders or a layout of the structure. I am curious if your unit study would help.
Thanks! Nicole
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Buyer re: DIY Recycled Folder Games~ All Grades and all Content Areas
I am interested in your color coding guide, student made abacus, and your file folder template. I would like more information about how you use the color coded guide. Also I would like more information about the student made abacus. I would like to know what materials are used to make it and maybe some examples of its use. What is included in the file folder template? I tutor special needs kids, and I would like any other information or advice you might be willing to give. Thank you.

Yvonne
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Thank you!
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Marilisa Sachteleben  (TpT Seller)
Thank you for letting me know about my miscommunication in the product description. Also, of course, you have permission to make as many copies as you need of the template.
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Hi, Marilisa -
I'm a first-year teacher, so I may not be understanding this package completely. I have 3 pages: 2 pages of instructions and 1 page titled "(Template) Reading Response Rubric." Is there supposed to be another page titled "Reading Response Journal"? I'm asking because under "Materials" it lists "photocopied 'Reading Response Journal." Or does that simply mean the rubric? Thank you! I'm looking forward to using this unit!
Kathy
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Marilisa Sachteleben  (TpT Seller)
Hi Kathy,

The reading response journal rubric is a page that students place in their notebooks and check off activities as they complete them. I see what you're asking-is there a specific printable that kids fill out? No. They write their question responses in the response journal. This keeps their work in one place and reduces endless handouts.

I hope this answers your question. Please feel free to contact me if I misunderstood the question. Best wishes in your career.

Marilisa
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Buyer re: Color Coding Guide for Spelling, Phonics and Syllabication
I purchased this product and when I tried to download it said it was a corrupted file that may harm my computer! Would you please explain what kind of file this is, where it is coming from, and why it may harm my computer. My husband won't let me download it and I wasted my money, but more importantly I really need the info to teach my 6 year old!
Color Coding Guide for Spelling, Phonics, and Syllabication
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Marilisa Sachteleben  (TpT Seller)
I apologize for the delayed response to this question, Saramaher. I did not receive notification of the question from TPT. I'm sorry this is causing a problem.

The file was an Adobe Acrobat file made from Corel Word Perfect. I checked the link and it opened on my computer without problem. I have also received no feedback of other problems, so I'm hoping it was a temporary glitch. I've contacted TPT to find out what to do.

In the mean time, I'm happy to resend you a fresh link if you email me directly: marilisa@peoplepc.com

It may be that some spyware got attached to that one download and a fresh link will open better. Let me know if it works, will you?


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Lyn M. re: Color Coding Guide for Spelling, Phonics and Syllabication
Hello,
I'm a Kinder to 12 teacher here in Australia and in charge of learning support at a college with 2 campuses and 700 children.

I've purchased your colour coded reading sheets and I am quite interested in using this method. THANK YOU

Just some questions.
Do you have a chart illustrating the colours and their uses/applications? (Just trying to avoid making one myself.)

Do you find it better to use texta or pencil?

Do you find it time consuming to use a different coloured pens for each word.

How long do you use this for?

Do you use it all the time initially?

THANKS AGAIN. Your time is appreciated.
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Marilisa Sachteleben  (TpT Seller)
Hello and thank you for your interest. I am in the process of uploading a chart and will let you know when it's finished.

For color coding lessons, a ten color pen with separate nibs enclosed in one unit works well. You can also use markers or colored pencils.

Color coding takes time, but it's worth the effort because it really makes phonics come alive for students. For many students, it makes all the difference between understanding and just 'sort of getting it'.

I use color coding for kindergarten, first and second grade when students are learning their phonics patterns. Special needs students may wish to use color coding longer.

Thank you for your interest.
Marilisa
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Montessori teacher four years,grades 3-6 Certified CI, EI teacher. Adult education instructor for nine years: ABE, ESL, Communications, Psychology, History, Life Skills, GED and Science. Homeschooled four children from grades pre-K to tenth grade. Taught large collaborative homeschool classes: creative writing, history, drama Substitute teacher all ages and grades Pre-K through 12. Directed four plays for students.

MY TEACHING STYLE

inclusive, exploratory, cross-curricular lessons, multisensory projects, hands-on learning, student-directed, use group problem-solving, hold students accountable for their own choices,not those of others

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

ADA committee member, Phi Kappa Phi member, CEC member, graduated Magna Cum Laude, sought out after graduation by director of special education, for employment in local school district, liked by students of all ages (many kids say to me, 'you are our favorite sub'.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

graduated Associates degree 1984 from Muskegon Community College. Graduated Magna Cum Laude from Grand Valley State University, 1986 BS- Psychology/special education with elementary education minor and teaching certificate with endorsements in CI and EI. Finished 18 credits past graduation 1986. Renewed certificate twice, earning 18 more credits and achieved professional certificate in 2007. Have earned 174 college credits;highly qualified: Language Arts, Psychology, Social Studies

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

married 25 years, four children, homeschooled for ten years, online writer, blogger 8 years. I've been a Top 100 contributor a Yahoo! Contributor Network since 2008. Won Content of the Year 2013. Helium education author. Administrator for 55 blogs.