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good grief, it's grammar time! -   are grumbles all you hear when teaching grammar? try a fresh approach -- a few new "hooks" your students will remember -- and check out a bunch of grammar sites on the internet that will placate even the loudest grammar grumblers! grammar! can't live with it; can't live without it. as an english teacher in a middle school, it is incumbent on me to teach that most dreaded of subjects. but i've found that there are ways to make it a little less odious. trying to humanize grammar as much as possible, i give students "hooks" to help them remember the rules. let me share a few with you. when i teach the progressive tense, i spin a tale about a family on my block, the ing family. all in this family have the same last name. there is the dad, working, the mom, inventing, and the children, learning and studying. the progressive family includes the present progressive, is or are studying, and the past progressive, was or were studying. when i teach the perfect tense, i tell my class about my husband who, fortuitously, is named ed. i spin a tale about a perfect person i know who is named ed, and that all in this family also have the same last name. the dad's name is worked, the mom invented, and the children learned and studied. the perfect family includes the present perfect, have or has worked, and the past perfect tense, had worked. then we go on to discuss "dysfunctional families," the irregular verbs. when i teach indefinite singular pronouns, i draw a chart on the board. after students have become familiar with the four words on the chart, they will know sixteen indefinite singular pronouns. the chart looks like this: an(any) body no one every thing some other if one word on the left can be combined with any word on the right, an indefinite singular pronoun is formed. anybody, anyone, anything, and another are all indefinite singular pronouns. i found it is definitely easier for my students to remember four words than sixteen. when introducing transitive and intransitive verbs, i draw a giant letter t on the board and a giant letter i. then i try to hang a direct object (do) and an indirect object (io), looking like little do and io apples on the tips of the t. i can fit one on each end; however, when i hang direct and indirect object apples on the ends of the capital i, i tip it over, spinning a tale about how the puny letter i can't support the objects' weight. in my teaching, i try to use visual aids or tell stories humanizing grammar, trying to make learning it enjoyable. zipping through the concepts, i try not to spend any more time than i have to, but still cover all the concepts that need to be covered. which grammar skills are emphasized on standardized tests? i also review standardized tests my students will be taking in high school: the sat and act college board exams, the psat national merit scholarship exam, and english sat achievement tests, to get an idea of what grammar skills my students will be expected to know well by the time they finish high school. those are the concepts i most emphasize. regardless of the exam, i've found that skill in english is essential. for national merit scholarships, the psat english score is counted twice and the math score once. the act college board exam includes english, reading, math, and science. in essence there, too, verbal ability counts twice. if a student chooses to attend a selective college that requires sat achievement tests, the school usually requires that the student take an achievement test in english, math, and his area of specialty. the sat college board exam also relies heavily on verbal ability. when i reviewed those tests, i found that several concepts were emphasized more than others. the concepts i found emphasized most often were: correct use of commas, semi-colons, apostrophes, quotation marks, and hyphens in sentences. when to use a possessive pronoun and when to use a contraction: it's vs. its. correct use of who vs. whom especially when whom is part of a prepositional phrase in the beginning of a sentence: to whom should i give this? use of subject pronouns vs. object pronouns especially with linking verbs and in compound prepositional phrases: it is i. keep this between you and me. the use of his/her or they with indefinite pronouns: will everyone please pass up his or her paper? correct verb usage in sentences with neither/nor and either/or conjunctions: neither tom nor the boys go. neither the boys nor tom goes. correct use of which, who, or that in sentences. avoiding dangling modifiers and misplaced modifiers: do you know what i am speaking about? use of active voice, verb consistency, and parallel construction in sentences. avoiding redundancy. the rhetoric sections of these tests frequently emphasize the ability to identify main idea and author's bias. the ability to identify a logical order for sentences or paragraphs in a long passage is also essential. i frequently saw questions concerning the proper use of affect and effect. as the school year goes on, i emphasize to the students when i think a grammar or rhetorical concept is really important and when it is one students need to know. i take my job very seriously. whether it be through cajolery or storytelling, i try to get across to my students essential concepts. just as middle school teachers are influenced by how much or how little the teachers our students had before us taught, so too must we be concerned with what skills our students need to know in order to do well in the classes they have after us. middle school teachers cannot teach in isolation. grammar on the web! if you and your students are hooked up to the internet, you'll have access to dozens of web sites that focus on grammar! be sure to check out some of these sites: common errors in english - this site lists common errors in word usage in the english language. each example provides a sample of wrong usage and the correct usage. 11 rules of writing - a "concise guide to the most commonly violated rules of writing" from a teacher of a writing course for college freshmen. the site provides examples for each of the 11 rules and links to additional internet grammar resources. schoolhouse rock - watch episodes from the popular series on the official schoolhouse rock web site. the site includes grammar-focused tunes like "unpack your adjectives," "lolly, lolly, lolly, get your adverbs here," "conjunction junction," and "busy prepositions." article by glori chaika education world® copyright © education world   links last updated 11/17/2016     /a_curr/curr075.shtml
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lessons to celebrate black history month -february is the annual observance of black history month, a time to recognize the achievements, contributions, and culture of african americans. this week, education world offers ten innovative activities to start your celebration of black history month -- and to help you incorporate the african american experience into your curriculum all year long! included: challenge students to create abc books, murals, and more about famous african americans! in 1926, dr. carter godwin woodson, an african american historian, writer, and educator, established negro history week to honor the contributions of african americans. often called the "father of black history," woodson chose february for this observance because the birthdays of abolitionist frederick douglass and president abraham lincoln fall in this month. during the early 1970s, the name of the celebration was changed to black history week. it was expanded to black history month in 1976. black history month is sponsored by the association for the study of african-american life and history (asalh), an organization founded by woodson in 1915. (it was then called the association for the study of negro life and history.) each year, the asalh selects a national theme for black history month. the theme for 2001 is creating and defining the african-american community: family, church, politics, and culture. begin your celebration of black history month with ten terrific classroom activities from education world! read the brief description of each activity below. click any headline for a complete teaching resource! civil rights timeline students create a timeline about important events in the early civil rights movement. (grade 6-8, 9-12) famous african americans abc book help students create an abc book with short biographies of famous african americans in history. (grade k-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12) african american history mural students create a mural of famous african americans. (grade 3-5, 6-8, 9-12) fabulous firsts in african american history students learn fascinating firsts and facts about african american history and answer questions about those facts. (grade 3-5, 6-8, 9-12) african american inventors and inventions students learn about inventions created by african americans and complete a work sheet about the information learned. (grade 3-5, 6-8, 9-12) 365 days of african american history have students create a daily calendar of events in african american history. (grade k-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12) 'i have a dream' poster after studying dr. martin luther king jr.'s "i have a dream" speech, students create a poster about their dreams for the future. (grade k-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12) local black history help students learn about african american history in their city or town using library sources, online sources, and oral narratives. (grade 3-5, 6-8, 9-12) rosa parks and the montgomery bus boycott students dramatize the incident that started the civil rights movement: rosa parks's refusal to give up her seat on a bus in montgomery, alabama. (grade 3-5, 6-8, 9-12) romare bearden-style collages students create collages in the style of african american artist romare bearden. (grade 3-5, 6-8, 9-12) additional online resources the web is full of great resources for teaching about african american history and culture. following are four sites worthy of special note: the dred scott case black history archives smithsonian education  african american history month     read more about it! find a host of ideas for teaching about black history on our special celebrate black history theme page.       article by lois lewis education world® copyright © education world   last updated 12/30/2014 /a_lesson/lesson221.shtml
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- in 2016, bilingual education received a spotlight treatment rarely given to a teaching method partly in thanks to proposition 58. on november 8, california voters voted "yes" on a ballot initiative that effectively overturned a decades-old approach requiring the state's english language learners (ells) to receive english-only instruction. given the fact that california has one of the most linguistically diverse populations in the united states, the overwhelming decision to restore bilingual education in the state thrust the education of ells into the national conversation that will likely continue into 2017. for this reason, 2017 should be the year that state leaders, policymakers and other thought leaders use this momentum to push for investment in bilingual education—for the benefit of not only ells, but for english-speaking u.s. students as well. earlier this month, a study from the american academy of arts and sciences found that a lack of language education in every level of u.s. education has resulted in a record-low of u.s. citizens who can speak dual languages. the report found that only 20 percent of u.s. residents currently speak a language other than english—and that children who immigrated to the u.s. are less likely now than ever before to retain dual-language skills. this is despite the fact, the report notes, that bilingualism is proven to have many benefits that positively impact an individual's quality of life. the report notes the results of a study that analyzed the effects dual-language skills have on student achievement. "by the time dual-immersion students reached the 5th grade, they were an average of seven months ahead in english reading skills compared with their peers in non-immersion classrooms. by the 8th grade, students were a full academic year ahead. these findings support claims that learning a second language helps students tackle the nuances and complexities of their first language," the report said. education world spoke with a university of kansas freshman who recently received a scholarship for her dual-language skills—skills she learned while attending a k-8 dual-language magnet school. according to ku student molly ptasnzik, who attended the horace mann dual-language magnet k-8 school in wichita, kansas, the one downside to her experience with bilingual education is that she's over-prepared for the language programs available to her. "i think there's one downside to the experience of going to a bilingual k-8 school: high school and college language classes are mostly designed for students with minimal exposure to said language and culture," ptasnzik said. "therefore, i've struggled to find a spanish class that was challenging or that offered an equally immersive and authentic experience as when i was at horace mann." ptasnzik says her exposure to a diverse school culture was one she took for granted as she realized the inclusive nature of her k-8 magnet school was not a norm. "at the time, i took all the experiences i had for granted. horace mann had a folkloric dance team," ptasnzik said. "we [had] a day called 'around the world' before winter break where parents/friends/families came to speak about their heritage. around the same time of the year some of my friends were part of danzas; they would invite everyone to come celebrate. through the years, i just assumed everyone did those activities. when i got to high school, i was no longer directly immersed in hispanic culture and that's when i realized my k-8 experiences were invaluable. i realize now i had a phenomenal opportunity and education." going forward, ptasnzik hopes to take advantage of the dual-language resources offered to her at ku, like the opportunity to study abroad in a spanish-speaking country. with dreams of being a physician assistant, she is grateful for how beneficial her dual-language skills will be down the road in her future career. "as for how bilingualism will help me in my college experience and future career, i think it has given me an appreciative outlook about differences. i think it has generally made me more accepting of new people, experiences, and knowledge," ptasnzik said. experts support ptasnzik’s championship of bilingual education exposure. dr. diane rodriguez, associate professor at fordham university’s graduate school of education, has been advocating for quality bilingual education in replacement of english-only instruction for years. in 2015, she said in an article for fordham news: "nelson mandela once said that when you speak in a language that someone understands it goes to his head, but when you speak in his native language, it goes into his heart. that's what happens for many of the children who are acquiring a second language in this country—when you speak to them in their native language [that is, in a way that respects who they are and where they come from] they will always remember." in an e-mail to education world, she reiterated this importance. "proponents of bilingual education argue that the bilingual approach (a) promotes metalinguistic awareness; (b) promotes cognition; (c) promotes social achievement; and (d) promotes cross-cultural awareness and understanding," rodriguez said in the e-mail. "the demands of global trade and international connectivity make bilingualism an asset and, often, a need," she said. going forward, "[p]arents, schools, and policymakers should encourage and promote the preservation and teaching of more than one language.” in march, education secretary john b. king, jr. expressed hope that the new education legislation, every student succeeds act, will give states the opportunity to improve dual-language education within their borders should they chose to seize it. "we have a new opportunity with the every student succeeds act to move closer to the full range of opportunity for all students. but we have to approach that work with urgency. a new law only creates an opportunity—we have to seize that moment, by making the right policy decisions with strong engagement of stakeholders. i take that as a deep and important charge for the department," king said. "so as we approach implementing this law, we have to do it with that spirit. it gives us new tools. it gives us an opportunity to broaden the definition of educational excellence. yes, we need students who have strong literacy skills. yes, we need students who have strong math skills. but yes, we also want all students to have the gift of bi-literacy or multi-literacy." in other words, improving access to bilingual education should not be limited within california’s borders and should not be confined to 2016. instead, policymakers, educators, community members and other thought leaders should use 2017 to do their part to champion for access—for the benefit of participating individuals and the country as a whole.  nicole gorman, education world contributor - looking for books that will enhance your students’ language and literacy skills as well as their cultural awareness? you can find collections of culturally and linguistically diverse texts that are perfect for a bilingual classroom at steps to literacy. steps to literacy offers inclusive and differentiated collections of age and developmentally appropriate books and resources that engage students and foster a love for reading within each of them. learn more about building your own customized classroom library. /a_news/effectiveness-bilingual-education-reason-invest-2017-1529523464
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give students "hooks" to help them remember the rules. let me share a few with you. when i teach the progressive tense, i spin a tale about a family on my block, the ing family. all in this family have the same last name. there is the dad, working, the mom, inventing, and the children, learning and studying. the progressive family includes the present progressive, is or are studying, and the past progressive, was or were studying. when i teach the perfect tense, i tell my class about my husband who, fortuitously, is named ed. i spin a tale about a perfect person i know who is named ed, and that all in this family also have the same last name. the dad's name is worked, the mom invented, and the children learned and studied. the perfect family includes the present perfect, have or has worked, and the past perfect tense, had worked. then we go on to discuss "dysfunctional families," the irregular verbs. when i teach indefinite singular pronouns, i draw a chart on the board. after students have become familiar with the four words on the chart, they will know sixteen indefinite singular pronouns. the chart looks like this: an(any) body no one every thing some other if one word on the left can be combined with any word on the right, an indefinite singular pronoun is formed. anybody, anyone, anything, and another are all indefinite singular pronouns. i found it is definitely easier for my students to remember four words than sixteen. when introducing transitive and intransitive verbs, i draw a giant letter t on the board and a giant letter i. then i try to hang a direct object (do) and an indirect object (io), looking like little do and io apples on the tips of the t. i can fit one on each end; however, when i hang direct and indirect object apples on the ends of the capital i, i tip it over, spinning a tale about how the puny letter i can't support the objects' weight. in my teaching, i try to use visual aids or tell stories humanizing grammar, trying to make learning it enjoyable. zipping through the concepts, i try not to spend any more time than i have to, but still cover all the concepts that need to be covered. which grammar skills are emphasized on standardized tests? i also review standardized tests my students will be taking in high school: the sat and act college board exams, the psat national merit scholarship exam, and english sat achievement tests, to get an idea of what grammar skills my students will be expected to know well by the time they finish high school. those are the concepts i most emphasize. regardless of the exam, i've found that skill in english is essential. for national merit scholarships, the psat english score is counted twice and the math score once. the act college board exam includes english, reading, math, and science. in essence there, too, verbal ability counts twice. if a student chooses to attend a selective college that requires sat achievement tests, the school usually requires that the student take an achievement test in english, math, and his area of specialty. the sat college board exam also relies heavily on verbal ability. when i reviewed those tests, i found that several concepts were emphasized more than others. the concepts i found emphasized most often were: correct use of commas, semi-colons, apostrophes, quotation marks, and hyphens in sentences. when to use a possessive pronoun and when to use a contraction: it's vs. its. correct use of who vs. whom especially when whom is part of a prepositional phrase in the beginning of a sentence: to whom should i give this? use of subject pronouns vs. object pronouns especially with linking verbs and in compound prepositional phrases: it is i. keep this between you and me. the use of his/her or they with indefinite pronouns: will everyone please pass up his or her paper? correct verb usage in sentences with neither/nor and either/or conjunctions: neither tom nor the boys go. neither the boys nor tom goes. correct use of which, who, or that in sentences. avoiding dangling modifiers and misplaced modifiers: do you know what i am speaking about? use of active voice, verb consistency, and parallel construction in sentences. avoiding redundancy. the rhetoric sections of these tests frequently emphasize the ability to identify main idea and author's bias. the ability to identify a logical order for sentences or paragraphs in a long passage is also essential. i frequently saw questions concerning the proper use of affect and effect. as the school year goes on, i emphasize to the students when i think a grammar or rhetorical concept is really important and when it is one students need to know. i take my job very seriously. whether it be through cajolery or storytelling, i try to get across to my students essential concepts. just as middle school teachers are influenced by how much or how little the teachers our students had before us taught, so too must we be concerned with what skills our students need to know in order to do well in the classes they have after us. middle school teachers cannot teach in isolation. grammar on the web! if you and your students are hooked up to the internet, you'll have access to dozens of web sites that focus on grammar! be sure to check out some of these sites: common errors in english - this site lists common errors in word usage in the english language. each example provides a sample of wrong usage and the correct usage. 11 rules of writing - a "concise guide to the most commonly violated rules of writing" from a teacher of a writing course for college freshmen. the site provides examples for each of the 11 rules and links to additional internet grammar resources. schoolhouse rock - watch episodes from the popular series on the official schoolhouse rock web site. the site includes grammar-focused tunes like "unpack your adjectives," "lolly, lolly, lolly, get your adverbs here," "conjunction junction," and "busy prepositions." article by glori chaika education world® copyright © education world   links last updated 11/17/2016     good grief, it's grammar time! lessons to celebrate black history month february is the annual observance of black history month, a time to recognize the achievements, contributions, and culture of african americans. this week, education world offers ten innovative activities to start your celebration of black history month -- and to help you incorporate the african american experience into your curriculum all year long! included: challenge students to create abc books, murals, and more about famous african americans! in 1926, dr. carter godwin woodson, an african american historian, writer, and educator, established negro history week to honor the contributions of african americans. often called the "father of black history," woodson chose february for this observance because the birthdays of abolitionist frederick douglass and president abraham lincoln fall in this month. during the early 1970s, the name of the celebration was changed to black history week. it was expanded to black history month in 1976. black history month is sponsored by the association for the study of african-american life and history (asalh), an organization founded by woodson in 1915. (it was then called the association for the study of negro life and history.) each year, the asalh selects a national theme for black history month. the theme for 2001 is creating and defining the african-american community: family, church, politics, and culture. begin your celebration of black history month with ten terrific classroom activities from education world! read the brief description of each activity below. click any headline for a complete teaching resource! civil rights timeline students create a timeline about important events in the early civil rights movement. (grade 6-8, 9-12) famous african americans abc book help students create an abc book with short biographies of famous african americans in history. (grade k-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12) african american history mural students create a mural of famous african americans. (grade 3-5, 6-8, 9-12) fabulous firsts in african american history students learn fascinating firsts and facts about african american history and answer questions about those facts. (grade 3-5, 6-8, 9-12) african american inventors and inventions students learn about inventions created by african americans and complete a work sheet about the information learned. (grade 3-5, 6-8, 9-12) 365 days of african american history have students create a daily calendar of events in african american history. (grade k-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12) 'i have a dream' poster after studying dr. martin luther king jr.'s "i have a dream" speech, students create a poster about their dreams for the future. (grade k-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12) local black history help students learn about african american history in their city or town using library sources, online sources, and oral narratives. (grade 3-5, 6-8, 9-12) rosa parks and the montgomery bus boycott students dramatize the incident that started the civil rights movement: rosa parks's refusal to give up her seat on a bus in montgomery, alabama. (grade 3-5, 6-8, 9-12) romare bearden-style collages students create collages in the style of african american artist romare bearden. (grade 3-5, 6-8, 9-12) additional online resources the web is full of great resources for teaching about african american history and culture. following are four sites worthy of special note: the dred scott case black history archives smithsonian education  african american history month     read more about it! find a host of ideas for teaching about black history on our special celebrate black history theme page.       article by lois lewis education world® copyright © education world   last updated 12/30/2014 lessons to celebrate black history month in 2016, bilingual education received a spotlight treatment rarely given to a teaching method partly in thanks to proposition 58. on november 8, california voters voted "yes" on a ballot initiative that effectively overturned a decades-old approach requiring the state's english language learners (ells) to receive english-only instruction. given the fact that california has one of the most linguistically diverse populations in the united states, the overwhelming decision to restore bilingual education in the state thrust the education of ells into the national conversation that will likely continue into 2017. for this reason, 2017 should be the year that state leaders, policymakers and other thought leaders use this momentum to push for investment in bilingual education—for the benefit of not only ells, but for english-speaking u.s. students as well. earlier this month, a study from the american academy of arts and sciences found that a lack of language education in every level of u.s. education has resulted in a record-low of u.s. citizens who can speak dual languages. the report found that only 20 percent of u.s. residents currently speak a language other than english—and that children who immigrated to the u.s. are less likely now than ever before to retain dual-language skills. this is despite the fact, the report notes, that bilingualism is proven to have many benefits that positively impact an individual's quality of life. the report notes the results of a study that analyzed the effects dual-language skills have on student achievement. "by the time dual-immersion students reached the 5th grade, they were an average of seven months ahead in english reading skills compared with their peers in non-immersion classrooms. by the 8th grade, students were a full academic year ahead. these findings support claims that learning a second language helps students tackle the nuances and complexities of their first language," the report said. education world spoke with a university of kansas freshman who recently received a scholarship for her dual-language skills—skills she learned while attending a k-8 dual-language magnet school. according to ku student molly ptasnzik, who attended the horace mann dual-language magnet k-8 school in wichita, kansas, the one downside to her experience with bilingual education is that she's over-prepared for the language programs available to her. "i think there's one downside to the experience of going to a bilingual k-8 school: high school and college language classes are mostly designed for students with minimal exposure to said language and culture," ptasnzik said. "therefore, i've struggled to find a spanish class that was challenging or that offered an equally immersive and authentic experience as when i was at horace mann." ptasnzik says her exposure to a diverse school culture was one she took for granted as she realized the inclusive nature of her k-8 magnet school was not a norm. "at the time, i took all the experiences i had for granted. horace mann had a folkloric dance team," ptasnzik said. "we [had] a day called 'around the world' before winter break where parents/friends/families came to speak about their heritage. around the same time of the year some of my friends were part of danzas; they would invite everyone to come celebrate. through the years, i just assumed everyone did those activities. when i got to high school, i was no longer directly immersed in hispanic culture and that's when i realized my k-8 experiences were invaluable. i realize now i had a phenomenal opportunity and education." going forward, ptasnzik hopes to take advantage of the dual-language resources offered to her at ku, like the opportunity to study abroad in a spanish-speaking country. with dreams of being a physician assistant, she is grateful for how beneficial her dual-language skills will be down the road in her future career. "as for how bilingualism will help me in my college experience and future career, i think it has given me an appreciative outlook about differences. i think it has generally made me more accepting of new people, experiences, and knowledge," ptasnzik said. experts support ptasnzik’s championship of bilingual education exposure. dr. diane rodriguez, associate professor at fordham university’s graduate school of education, has been advocating for quality bilingual education in replacement of english-only instruction for years. in 2015, she said in an article for fordham news: "nelson mandela once said that when you speak in a language that someone understands it goes to his head, but when you speak in his native language, it goes into his heart. that's what happens for many of the children who are acquiring a second language in this country—when you speak to them in their native language [that is, in a way that respects who they are and where they come from] they will always remember." in an e-mail to education world, she reiterated this importance. "proponents of bilingual education argue that the bilingual approach (a) promotes metalinguistic awareness; (b) promotes cognition; (c) promotes social achievement; and (d) promotes cross-cultural awareness and understanding," rodriguez said in the e-mail. "the demands of global trade and international connectivity make bilingualism an asset and, often, a need," she said. going forward, "[p]arents, schools, and policymakers should encourage and promote the preservation and teaching of more than one language.” in march, education secretary john b. king, jr. expressed hope that the new education legislation, every student succeeds act, will give states the opportunity to improve dual-language education within their borders should they chose to seize it. "we have a new opportunity with the every student succeeds act to move closer to the full range of opportunity for all students. but we have to approach that work with urgency. a new law only creates an opportunity—we have to seize that moment, by making the right policy decisions with strong engagement of stakeholders. i take that as a deep and important charge for the department," king said. "so as we approach implementing this law, we have to do it with that spirit. it gives us new tools. it gives us an opportunity to broaden the definition of educational excellence. yes, we need students who have strong literacy skills. yes, we need students who have strong math skills. but yes, we also want all students to have the gift of bi-literacy or multi-literacy." in other words, improving access to bilingual education should not be limited within california’s borders and should not be confined to 2016. instead, policymakers, educators, community members and other thought leaders should use 2017 to do their part to champion for access—for the benefit of participating individuals and the country as a whole.  nicole gorman, education world contributor looking for books that will enhance your students’ language and literacy skills as well as their cultural awareness? you can find collections of culturally and linguistically diverse texts that are perfect for a bilingual classroom at steps to literacy. steps to literacy offers inclusive and differentiated collections of age and developmentally appropriate books and resources that engage students and foster a love for reading within each of them. learn more about building your own customized classroom library. the effectiveness of bilingual education: a reason to invest in 2017 back to top 75 mill st. colchester, ct 06415 receive timely lesson ideas and pd tips receive timely lesson ideas and pd tips thank you for subscribing to the educationworld.com newsletter! * sitemap close sitemap about us contact us help center advertise reprint rights privacy policy lesson plans article archive box cars math games every-day edits five-minute fillers holiday lessons learning games lesson of the day news for kids show-biz science work sheet library professional development clip art gallery math corner new teacher advisor reader's theater reading coach responsive classroom strategies that work teacher feature voice of experience web site reviews technology the math machine the reading machine the science machine online safety sites to see webquest technology experts tech team using technology keyboarding techtorials wire side chats on the internet administrators how i handled… wire side chats partners for student success principal profiles principal toolbox parent involvement programs goals best books for school leaders exceptional events great meetings instant meetings morning math school resources career center classroom management early childhood channel ed world's columnist team site reviews for educators state/nat'l education standards subjects & specialties substitute teacher resources teacher-submitted lesson plans specialties counseling early childhood preservice ed special ed sub station vocational ed subject resources the arts foreign languages history language, literature math pe and health science social sciences technology fun activities animals a-z edits box cars math games every-day edits fact monster hunts five-minute fillers friday fun ideas education world @ home ed [email protected] for parents ed [email protected] for students lifestyle lifestyle center early childhood castaldo's corner activities early childhood activity bank             -->   sign up for our free weekly newsletter and receive top education news, lesson ideas, teaching tips and more! * no thanks, i don't need to stay current on what works in education! copyright 1996-2016 by education world, inc. all rights reserved. go to full site copyright 1996 - 2017 by education world, inc. all rights reserved. marketplace schoolnotes.com the educator's network   75 mill street, colchester, ct 06415  


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