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We LOVE it when we get to learn new skills and run around!
Geonwoo gave a fabulous presentation teaching students how to speak Korean. We learned how to use both casual and respectful ways of speaking, depending on with whom we are speaking with.
What a fantastic hip-hop lesson we had today!
When students and teachers swap jobs for a unit, we learn all sorts of important things such as how to make slime! Nothing but fun vibes going on in here!
Thank you Kylie for your Teach Your Teacher Presentation about Shodo!
Kylie selected some of her favorites that she thinks capture the essence of Shodo. These students used large pencil strokes and included their name neatly and clearly down the left side, 2 elements that are important in Shodo.
Kylie, thank you for a great lesson!
We had a week of wonderful learning with Dr. Pete Bowers from the Word Works Literacy Center. See more information here.
Word Inquiry helps students build strong vocabulary and teach strategies to identify and unpack how words are structured.
How many times have we asked our children to “sound it out!” I’M GUILTY! How many times have we told our children that English has a lot of irregular words which must simply be memorized. I’M GUILTY!
When we realize that ‘spelling represents meaning, not sound,’ we open up a whole new world of word families!
To find out all about the family tree of a word or part of a word please click ETYMOLOGY
To find whether your hypothesis can be supported by a list of other examples please click Word Searcher
To make your own word please click Matrix MAKER
Teach Your Teacher Presentation by Seoyoung
Backwards, forwards, cross and as a team! We were sweating!
Thank you Seoyoung!
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