Bilingual Classroom Interventions

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Students use these graphs to track their reading fluency in English and Spanish. I introduce students to basic graphing concepts while motivating them to do their personal best every time.
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Students will be able to discuss and understand that: • Soil is not a living organism. • Soil is made up of small pieces of rock, sand, dead animals, dried up leaves, roots, and grass, clay and other matter. • Plants do not eat soil. Water
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This tool can be used by students to help them track their fluency. Instead of competing against everyone else in their class, they compete against themselves.
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Objetivo: Leer y dominar palabras frecuentes usando un juego de lotería en el cual se lee cada palabra en voz alta, los jugadores la repiten y luego la buscan en su tarjeta de lotería. En cuanto un jugador diga “lotería,” debe destapar y leer cada
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Use manipulatives to demonstrate knowledge of beginning and final sounds.
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Motivate students to write sentences using pictures. This activity includes illustrations from a-z and a reproducible writing template.
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My little ones in kinder enjoyed blending sounds and syllables to read and illustrate these silly sentences. They also learned to make reasonable predictions. Objetivo: Usar el conocimiento de las sílabas y grupos consonánticos para descifrar,
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Discuss ways that media messages are created. Then utilize tools such as pens, crayons, markers, cameras, computers, iPad, and/or video cameras to create media messages such as commercials, advertisements, text messages, comic strips, and others.
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Index 1) Count and trace numbers from 1-100 (page 3). 2) Count, write numbers to 100, and introduce number patterns by 2’s (page 4). 3) Count, write numbers to 100, and introduce number patterns by 3’s (page 5). 4) Count,
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These 12 activities are designed with the reluctant learner in mind. My students spent the majority of the year playing the same games with lots of different letter tiles, bingo chips, markers, and even bug counters and such. I would change the
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Copy the entire workbook for each student, or laminate each activity and put it in a center for students who are accustomed to working with syllables. They will look forward to working with new syllables each week or every few days. You can also
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Discuss ways that media messages are created. Then utilize tools such as pens, crayons, markers, cameras, computers, iPad, and/or video cameras to create media messages such as commercials, advertisements, text messages, comic strips, and others.
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Objective: Brainstorm various subjects (using graphic organizers, KWL charts, idea banks, etc.) to develop pre-writing techniques for writing (TEKS 2.18A). Contents  Lluvia de ideas/Brainstorm  Reporte de un libro/Little Book Review  Crítica
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Students will have multiple opportunities to revise and edit letters. There are two versions of the letter. They can be used at a center or with an interactive notebook.
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Explore, illustrate, describe, and compare life cycles of living organisms such as butterflies, moths, praying mantids, ladybugs, frogs, sugar snap peas, and radishes. Contents: Life Cycles Mini Book Blank Mini Book Butterfly Life Cycle Moth Life
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When I do this activity with students, we read the text together and discuss it. Then I ask them to pretend they are walking into the book/story. They close their eyes and begin telling me what they experience using their five senses. Sientes is
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This media literacy bundle contains single and double, printable booklets that allow students to research and create state brochures, newspaper articles, and write summaries about historical figures--just to name a few possibilities. I usually give
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Students who have an understanding of blending syllables to make words can benefit from this activity. They will need to read, blend syllables and illustrate each word. I recommend using 2-3 sheets per week so students have the opportunity to
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Use this activity to introduce, review, reinforce, and/or assess vowels and consonants.
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Equip each student with this booklet, measuring tape or a ruler, and a set of measurements (inches and feet). Then take them outside for a short scavenger hunt (15, 20, or 30 minutes--depending on the grade) where students can practice measuring
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I graduated from the University of Houston in 2004 after working as a teaching assistant in Aldine ISD. I had the honor of teaching second, kinder, fourth, third, and then second grade GT in the fourteen years I was employed there. Two years ago, I applied for a position outside my comfort zone in Humble ISD. Part time I worked with first through fifth grade Tier 2-3 students. The second half, I planned and taught science lessons with first through fifth grade teachers. This year I am providing in-class support to ESL and bilingual students part of the time. The second half of my day I teach students who receive special education services in dyslexia, math, reading, and writing. This has been by far my best year despite never having taught in this area before.

MY TEACHING STYLE

For the past nine years, I have observed how students react to my lessons and activities and then I adjust them to meet their needs. Most of my lessons begin with a video, literature, or some sort of hook, followed by a mini lesson. Afterward, students get many opportunities to master objectives through the use of centers/work stations. I walk around, asking them questions, or I may work with a group on a skill if I see them struggling. Once rotations are over, I collect student work and assess it with them in a flexible group, or on an individual basis, depending on the time. Before I heard about the 5-E Model for science, I used to call it "Prescribing the Scientific Method" to students. However, the longer I teach, the more I notice more of my lessons follow that pattern.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Full Scholarship to U of H from Aldine ISD, Science Teaching Equity Project, Rice Elementary Model Science Lab, Bilingual Teacher of the Year (2 times)

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Education was not my first choice. In fact, it was nowhere in my agenda. I wanted to complete my biology degree until I discovered kids responded positively to my lessons. I quickly grew to love teaching. I attended the University of Houston for 4.5 years before switching to Interdisciplinary Studies though. I also obtained an Associate of Science, with honors, from Houston Community College while I was working on my education degree.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Aside from teaching elementary, I have had many opportunities to volunteer. Some volunteer experiences include: Ben Taub General Hospital, Bilingual Spelling Bee, Destination Imagination, Sunday School Teacher, Sunday School Director, and currently teach First Communion to 11-17 year-olds. My hobbies include art, religion,and travel. I enjoy capturing beautiful images to bring back to the classroom.

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