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Dual Immersion. Collaboration. Some inspiration . “Individually , we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean. ” “Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success. ” “If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself. ”.

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dual immersion
Dual Immersion

Collaboration

some inspiration
Some inspiration
  • “Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean.”
  • “Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.”
  • “If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself.”
table of contents
Table of contents
  • Organization Strategies
  • Supporting the curriculum across the two languages
  • Switching classes procedures
  • scheduling
  • Communicating with parents
  • Classroom procedures
organization strategies
Organization strategies
  • Use the same notebooks for both classes
          • Math notebooks
        • Literacy notebooks
  • Use one homework folder for both classes
      • Homework is sent together in a packet (English & Spanish)
      • Homework is due the following Monday
  • Send completed school work home.
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Organization strategies
  • Use student numbers on cubbies, coat hangers, line procedures, etc.
  • Color code classes, one is yellow one is blue
  • Put the names of kids on labels for their notebooks, homework folders, pencil boxes, etc.
  • Have a filing system to put work shown to parents and information for and about each student
  • Have a filing system for unfinished work in the classroom so that trays are not full of unfinished work
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Some inspiration
  • “Build for your team a feeling of oneness, of dependence on one another and of strength to be derived by unity.”
  • “If you can laugh together, you can work together”
  • “Finding good players is easy. Getting them to play as a team is another story.”
supporting the curriculum across the two languages
Supporting the curriculum across the two languages
  • The English teacher has a list of the math vocabulary for the week.
                  • She posts this vocabulary on her math wall
                  • She reviews the vocabulary every day for that week
        • It goes along with what the Spanish teacher is teaching each day of the week
  • She takes 30 min every day to review math concepts for that day/week.
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Supporting the curriculum across the two languages
  • Both do a problem of the day that introduces/reviews the concept for the week
      • The Spanish teacher makes up the problems for the English teacher so that both classes aren’t doing the same problems
  • The English teacher uses her daily language to support the concepts taught in the Spanish side as well
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Supporting the curriculum across the two languages
  • CFA
      • Monthly math test
  • “What do you notice about this test?”
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Supporting the curriculum across the two languages
  • Read similar books for any concept in both languages
        • Social studies and science, the English teacher finds books that the kids can use during their reading time that goes along the social/science unit
        • Incorporate social/science reinforcement with writing and reading time in the English side.
            • Animal books-
            • Rocks
              • Sharing teacher rock collection
              • Diaries
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Supporting the curriculum across the two languages
  • Do rotations with First and Second dual immersion on Fridays
    • The Spanish teachers teach their rotation in Spanish
    • The English teacher teach their rotation in English
    • Same rules apply to all 3 rotations (only Spanish with the Spanish teachers)
  • Always share ideas and use each other’s activities that help kids see the relation between both classes
  • Bulls eye in English and in Spanish
switching classes procedures
Switching classes procedures
  • Have classes right across from each other
  • Have coat hangers out in the hall
            • Kids come in the morning and hang up their coats and backpacks outside of the classrooms
            • When we rotate in the morning the kids don’t get their coats or backpacks
            • Only their homework folders and trays go with them
            • If they need anything from their backpacks they simply walk out to the hall and grab it
            • At the end of the day the students just go to the opposite side of the hall and grab their stuff
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Switching classes procedures
  • We have carts to put our trays in
          • At the end of the day the kids put their trays in the cart
          • Each student has a cubby
          • The kids don’t need to switch classes at the end
          • We save 5-10 min by doing this
          • We simply switch carts after school ends
scheduling
scheduling
  • Both follow the dual immersion schedule graph
  • Each teacher uses up their time according to the curriculum they need to teach
  • We switch classes in the middle of the year
    • The am Spanish class would have Spanish in the afternoon, vice versa with the English side.
  • We agree on rotation times on Fridays
    • One hour with each class
    • 3- 35 min rotations
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Dual Immersion Instructional Time: Grades 1-3

Math and Content Areas Reinforcement in English

Math in 2nd Language

Content Areas in 2nd Language (Social Studies, Science, P.E., Art, Health & Music)

English L.A.

2nd Language Literacy