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PowerPoint Lesson to go with a shared reading lesson from A - Z reading book "Happy New Year Around the World" written by Lisa Harkrader. This PowerPoint scaffolds the shared reading lesson provided by A-Z Reading to help English Language Learners
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Use the book: Good-bye 382 Shin Dang Dong by Frances Park to build students interaction with a text. Topic: Moving to a New place Skills: * Focus on key phrases. *Map out important details. * Develop thinking. *Practice Retelling *Discuss
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Use a video to help reinforce the skills needed to build comprehension about a story. Students will practice thinking about the story to discover who Santa is and be able to share his characteristics. Students will also assess their prior
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Teacher at the elementary level 1998 - current ESL teacher Other past employers: BOCES, Binghamton, NY Itinerate ESL teacher-C. Fred Middle School, Johnson City, NY & Horace Mann Elementary School, Binghamton, NY September 1996-June 1998 University of Albany, August 1994-May 1996 - Master Teacher – Beginning/Intermediate ESL Binghamton University, August 1993-May 1994 – Adjunct Lecturer: Beginning Level Italian Primary Special Interest Group (SIG) – Elementary Region: Rochester/Syracuse Affiliation - ELL institutions MS, TESOL, State University of NY at Albany May 1996, (Recipient of an Academic Scholarship-Graduate Assistant: worked for the head of the TESOL department and was a mentor teacher for methods classes) SIOP Training of Trainer certificate October 2012, (initiated and organized initial PD for Ben Franklin School between the RBERN & regular education teachers, proposed PD for summer 2013 enrichment staff working with ELLs) SIOP Certificate for initial training Fall, 2009 Professional Affiliations/Activities: Spring 2011 Part of the NY State Education Department Framework & Item Review Committee Cooperating Teacher for SUNY Cortland TESOL teacher candidates 2009, 2010 ESL Teacher Mentor for Binghamton City School District 2005-2006, 2007-2008, 2008-2009 school years Fall 2001- Mentored a student from the Teach for America program PET program Evaluation Fall, 2011-participated in District’s initial orientation as a selected team leader for this review March 2012- Conducted Action research project for Professor Dr. Laura Baecher of Hunter College, NY Ben Franklin Scheduling committee member- past five years to current 2013 (work with our school based team to ensure blocking of ESL scheduled classes so that ELLs receive mandated minutes required by law) Summer ESL Program coordinator for Ben Franklin ESL – 2012, 2013 (coordinated program, curriculum, wrote proposal) School year Fall/ Spring 2007 until 2011/2012- Participated in open observations: partnership between SUNY Oneonta & Binghamton University (allowed students enrolled in Education programs permission to observe my classes, provided them with question response sessions and update information on current research & practice in the area of SL) Spring 2006 – In-service /Staff development presented to Binghamton City School District’s Speech and Language department (presentation focus: Oral Language Development as Reflected by Native Speakers & Second Language Learners) March 2005 – Was a visiting lecturer at SUNY Cortland under the direction of Greg Jones (Education Department), provided discussion to 2 undergraduate classes, 1 graduate level class: focus of presentation – “Building a Foundation for Early Literacy Development” October 2000 – Staff Development/In-Service to Binghamton City School District’s Preschool department. Focus of presentation: “Building a Foundation for Early Literacy Development” 2007-2008 school year: Involved in Regional State Pilot Initiative between ESL regional BETAC, Syracuse & Reading First, Syracuse regional BETAC (worked with Binghamton administrators, BETAC, Binghamton ESL colleagues & reading coaches on discussions & concerns regarding the implantation of a co-teaching model between ESL teachers and the regular reading first classrooms) School year 2006-2007: Piloted an ESL /Reading First literacy block in the ESL classroom – implemented with ELLs at the first grade November 30, 2007-received a certificate for the 2007 Bilingual & ESL Teachers’ Institute on English Language Proficiency Standards for ELLs in k-12, also on assessment and reporting School Years: 1999-2000, 2000-2001, - Federal Grant writing, EIEP & Refugee Assistance (completed applications for Director of ESL for Binghamton Schools) August 1993-May 1994 Adjunct Lecturer for Beginning Level Italian, Binghamton

MY TEACHING STYLE

Teacher as facilitator of the language and learning environment

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Awards/Honors: Conrad Stearns Award – Binghamton City School District; Spring 2001, Spring 2012 (awarded to teachers for their commitment to their profession, their students and their school) Graduate Assistant –TESOL Dept. University of Albany, Scholarship Assistant to Professor of Italian Literature / Culture Dept., Binghamton University

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Masters in TESOL, 1996, SUNY Albany BA in Italian Literature and Language, 1993, Binghamton University (SUNY Binghamton)

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