Some teachers have already begun the new school year, while others of us have a week or two of summer vacation left.
Here are some new important additions to The Best Resources For Planning The First Day Of School:
🏖️ It's time! 📚Here's a list of back-to-school resources that @irina_mcgrath and I ❤️ for a strong and 😃 start with ELs. Tools from @Larryferlazzo, @MsSalvac, @ValentinaESL, @emilyfranESL, @TanELLclassroom, @ShakeUpLearning @Toppel_ELD, and us. https://t.co/CvMxZt0HpI pic.twitter.com/MUE2Rrg3Xi
— Michelle Makus Shory (@michelleshory) August 6, 2019
I made a #Culture wheel for the my class tomorrow as a "beginning of the year" get to you know type activity for my Grade One class. Students can draw or write (in any language) what each piece of the chart means to them. Feel free to use it! #ellchat #queer_educhat #equity pic.twitter.com/P28w0ecET2
— Justin Garcia 👬 (@kruu_justin) August 5, 2019
Also, anyone reading/RT-ing this, please see earlier thread and discussion about ?d we ask kids & in what context. Here☝🏽, I only included ?s that I felt would be low stakes enough for Ss to ask each other but also some ?s to inspire some deeper thinking. https://t.co/443mgRB4H9
— Tricia Ebarvia (@triciaebarvia) July 28, 2019
Thanks for your patience, all!
Here are the ?s I used: https://t.co/t73qNBhWMp
No matter what ?s you end up with, pls see thread immediately above this one.
And TY to all who suggested numbering the blocks & corresponding list of questions for Ss for greatest flexibility. 🙂
— Tricia Ebarvia (@triciaebarvia) July 30, 2019