This product has seven different pages of Oral Communication Record Keeping Charts for use with stickers or stamps. Three of the charts are formatted as portrait orientation and two are as landscape without the term periods typed in. This product withstood the test of time and became an indispensable record keeping tool each class term. I have provided a variety of styles to choose from and you are welcome to redesign your own to meet your own needs.
My advanced level courses were taught in Spanish and for most class days, I required my students to speak in Spanish. The literature was in Spanish and during interactive literature circle, the students were required to complete their tasks Speaking Spanish. All of my classroom interactive notebooks and dialogues were in Spanish and I needed a simple way to keep track and reward students for using the language. If I didn't model the expectation, why would my students need to attempt the language?
I used a double-sided stamp record sheet and then I would give 3 or more stamps for a predetermined amount of time. Each time that I heard any word in English, I would jot the student name down on a pad of paper and they would lose a stamp during that activity.
Our district calendar was arranged into 18 week terms and each 6 weeks, students had a speaking in class grade that was worth 100 points at the end of the term (about 50% of the overall grade) and I rarely had an issue with English in the classroom.
Students had plenty of prep and classroom setup for explaining the evaluative requirements of the language learner classroom for their particular level. My students had their own learning folders (interactive notebook) and the communication record sheet was kept by the students until the end of the term at which time, they turned it in for grading. Organizer number 1 has 10 spaces for a 6 week period however, I usually would stamp 12 or more times during the grading period. I did not stamp everyday but rather, provided opportunity for earning 30 to 40 stamps a term and that would be the standard for the full 100 points. It did not take a lot of time and the students enjoyed guessing which stamp design I would choose for that particular activity.
As always, Maestra Mapache has first created these activities and used in her own classroom. Thank you for visiting my store!
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Dialogue About the Weather
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