Setting the Tone: Journal Writing. Write about your family name, given name, nickname, or pet name. Explain when and how you got the name and how you feel about it. (7 to 10 sentences). Crafting the Lesson. Pay attention as the teacher models the reciprocal teaching process.
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Write about your family name, given name, nickname, or pet name. Explain when and how you got the name and how you feel about it. (7 to 10 sentences)
…When I went to school I couldn’t speak English and the teacher didn’t speak Khmer. I couldn’t understand what to do. It was very difficult. Eating in the cafeteria at the beginning was so difficult. I had never seen or tasted milk and never eaten cheese or butter. I had never used a fork or knife. There were about five other Cambodian kids in my room who had been in America longer, so they showed me how to use a fork and a knife. At first I didn’t like the foods – cheese, salad, pizza, and mile-so I threw them away. The foods I hated are some of my favorite foods now, like pizza, cheese, and milk…