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The Language Diverse Classroom: Effective English Communication for the Diverse Classroom - Part 1 - Shared screen with speaker view
Raymond Ruiz
19:57
Jennifer Taylor - Saxton
Grace Sullivan
19:59
Grace Sullivan - Islip Career Center
Linda Romano
20:25
Hi everyone, Linda Romano- Newburgh School District, Newburgh NY
Jeremy Bozzelli
20:44
Jeremy Bozzelli - Eastridge High School (Rochester, NY)
Kevin Van Dongen
21:22
Kevin Van Dongen- Eastridge High School: Rochester, NY
Sonagul Charyyeva
22:45
Yes
Grace Sullivan
22:47
Yes
Shannon Gross
24:05
Shannon Gross-Literacy Interventionist
Jeremy Bozzelli
24:11
English
Linda Romano
24:13
Health Science Education
Kevin Van Dongen
24:14
Social Studies
Jennifer Wacenske
24:15
Cosmetology
Sonagul Charyyeva
24:15
ENL
Jennifer C Cornish
24:19
8th Grade Math with ENL students
Jodea Sweeney
24:20
Nurse assisting
LAURIE JESSEN
24:23
Work-Based Learning Coordinator
Jessica Nussbaumer
24:24
Spanish
Beth Borrello
24:34
Music - East Irondequoit, Rochester NY
Grace Sullivan
24:51
Work study program
Kimberlee Corrigan
25:13
FACS
Jeremy Bozzelli
25:46
Frustration / Disengagement
Linda Romano
25:50
Students get discouraged and frustrated
Kevin Van Dongen
26:11
They may be confused and possibly overwhelmed, and won't be put in the best position possible to succeed
Jodea Sweeney
26:19
We lose them
Linda Romano
26:32
I feel I am not helpful or as effective when I can't reach my students and see them sad
Sonagul Charyyeva
26:33
Disengagement that might lead to the classroom management
Jodea Sweeney
26:42
They shut down
Shannon Gross
26:44
Distracted
Raymond Ruiz
27:04
Decreases Sense Of Belonging
Shannon Gross
27:46
Yes
LAURIE JESSEN
27:49
No
Kimberlee Corrigan
27:52
No
Jennifer C Cornish
27:56
yes, all levels
Shannon Gross
27:57
All levels
Kevin Van Dongen
27:59
Yes, all levels
Teresa Perez
28:05
Yes, 7 all levels
Jessica Nussbaumer
28:06
Yes, advanced
Jeremy Bozzelli
28:10
Yes I have all different levels
Sonagul Charyyeva
28:11
Yes, beginners to intermediate K-6
Beth Borrello
28:13
yes all levels
Linda Romano
28:20
I have ELL's . I teach newcomers as well as students who are two years in the school
Jodea Sweeney
28:33
11 & 12
LAURIE JESSEN
32:42
Definitely some that aren't familiar
Linda Romano
32:47
I understood most of them, the speed of which Robin Williams spoke made a few difficult to understand
Shannon Gross
32:54
It was too fast
Jodea Sweeney
33:11
Sounds like a BOCES staff meeting.
Raymond Ruiz
36:18
HW, ELA, SS
Teresa Perez
36:20
CTEIEP
Jessica Nussbaumer
36:32
IEPetc
Jessica Nussbaumer
36:37
SAS
LAURIE JESSEN
36:43
MOA, MOU, IEP
Jennifer Wacenske
36:44
Osha
Teresa Perez
36:45
NAEYCCSE
kristin murphy
36:46
gov't
Jennifer Wacenske
36:51
Epa
Kevin Van Dongen
37:03
CSE, IEP
Sonagul Charyyeva
37:08
NYSESLAT
Jennifer Wacenske
37:11
SDS
Jodea Sweeney
37:14
CNA RN LPN
Linda Romano
37:22
The organization abbreviations are hard- NYSACTE, WBL, NYSTTTA
Jodea Sweeney
37:25
Yes.
Raymond Ruiz
37:34
CDOS
Kevin Van Dongen
37:51
B.C.E., A.D
Teresa Perez
37:56
National Association for the education of young children
Jennifer Wacenske
37:58
Both
Sonagul Charyyeva
37:59
both
Teresa Perez
38:01
Both
Jodea Sweeney
38:08
Both
Linda Romano
38:20
Healthcare uses lots in skills, writing, and speaking, as well as reading
Teresa Perez
39:14
Word wallsGlossary of terms
Jeremy Bozzelli
39:22
Picture dictionaries
Raymond Ruiz
39:56
Have a reference available digitally or in print of common abbreviations.
Jennifer C Cornish
39:57
vocabulary in the beginning of the unit, a content knowledge glossary going from English to the student's home language.
Sonagul Charyyeva
40:57
teach the vocabulary and then provide visual cues as much as possible
Shannon Gross
41:18
visual cues
Jodea Sweeney
41:24
Assign vocabulary week ahead of time
Raymond Ruiz
46:07
Spanish was my first language
Linda Romano
46:31
My first language was Italian, however since I do not use it, I can understand it. I struggled as a child learning English
Linda Romano
47:13
I had accent for a long time, I learned English by listening to songs...the Beatles LOL
Shannon Gross
50:37
we can't see it
Linda Romano
50:43
Im not seeing anything
Shannon Gross
50:49
thank you
Jodea Sweeney
50:56
raining cats and dogs
Jessica Nussbaumer
50:58
It’s raining very heavily
Shannon Gross
50:59
Raining cats and dogs
Jennifer C Cornish
51:01
😆
Sonagul Charyyeva
51:04
It's raining cats and dogs!
Linda Romano
51:06
Raining cats and dogs
Sonagul Charyyeva
51:12
Great picture!LOL
Shannon Gross
51:16
pouring outside
Sonagul Charyyeva
51:17
It's raining hard
Linda Romano
51:20
pouring
Kevin Van Dongen
51:22
Its coming down out there!
Jennifer C Cornish
51:27
It's pouring!
Jodea Sweeney
51:56
out of the box
Shannon Gross
52:01
think outside the boz
Jennifer C Cornish
52:01
Think outside the box.
Shannon Gross
52:03
box*
Linda Romano
52:04
Out of the box thinking
Kevin Van Dongen
52:08
Think outside the box
LAURIE JESSEN
52:24
think of something different/unique
Shannon Gross
52:30
be creative/unique
Linda Romano
52:47
cornerstone
Shannon Gross
52:49
cutting corners
Jodea Sweeney
52:50
dont cut corners
Beth Borrello
52:54
cutting corners
Kevin Van Dongen
53:00
No shortcuts
Linda Romano
53:15
cut nose to spite face...never got that one when my mother said it
Jodea Sweeney
53:15
cut my nose off despite my face
Sonagul Charyyeva
53:25
LOL
Beth Borrello
53:28
cut your nose off despite your face
Shannon Gross
53:29
I have never seen that one
Shannon Gross
53:33
or heard it
kristin murphy
53:48
don't cut your nose to spite your face
Linda Romano
55:13
is that a bathroom?
Linda Romano
55:26
Johnny on the spot???
Beth Borrello
55:33
The elephant in the room
Jennifer C Cornish
55:34
The elephant in the room.
Shannon Gross
55:36
The elephant in the room
Jodea Sweeney
55:37
the elephant in the room
Linda Romano
55:38
The elephant in the room
Linda Romano
56:01
My mother called the bedpan that
Shannon Gross
56:27
Have your ducks in a row
Linda Romano
56:28
Ducks in a row
Jodea Sweeney
56:28
ducks in a row
Beth Borrello
56:29
Ducks in a row
Jennifer C Cornish
56:35
Ducks in a row
LAURIE JESSEN
01:01:20
no
Kim Andersen
01:01:36
https://docs.google.com/document/d/19d-VVBu27brE7smRXTl3NnHSI2pCdnbNU3-UmMK27Fs/edit?usp=sharing
Mindy Iannotti
01:17:21
https://forms.gle/TJEyV8eSAa2vtMyF9https://nyctecenter.org/resources/asynchronouslearninghttps://nyctecenter.org/https://nyctecenter.org/images/SharingSupportFlyer_final.pdf
Jodea Sweeney
01:18:33
It was fun, but I did see one that I never heard of.
Sonagul Charyyeva
01:19:02
Thank you, Kim!
Jodea Sweeney
01:20:16
Sometimes it’s a generational gap that causes students to not understand our language. ENL or not!
Kim Andersen
01:20:32
So true!
Jennifer C Cornish
01:20:46
Thank you!
Sonagul Charyyeva
01:20:48
Thank you!