Hello CI Midwest Attendees!
What an amazing conference! We had three wonderful hours digging into Embedded Reading. The PowerPoints we used are here (in PDF form) :
Here is a document that can help you with creating Embedded Readings!
If you would like to see samples of readings in the language(s) you teach, use the bar on the right side to search and click.
Here you will find a document with a variety of reading activities to help you choose activities to use with each level of a reading:
Thanks again CI Midwest Crew!!! Hope to see you next year!
Hello and welcome!! It was wonderful so see old friends and meet new ones here!
Here is a PDF of the PowerPoint we used. I’ll post a more complete version as part of a webinar in the next month or so.
Many of you asked for reading activities. Here is a chart with a number of activities on it. You may want additional explanations, but this list is a great place to start!
Scott Benedict at Teach For June has created an amazing opportunity for educators! Fifteen presenters, forty topics and fifty hours of valuable information…all online from March 24-April 15! Two of those workshops are on Embedded Reading and there is much, much more. Check out the opportunity at www.comprehensible.online !
Thank you to all of you for your patience and flexibility while the site was down! The Hearts For Teaching blog posts will now be found here. Since many of you have asked, I’ll post a blurb here on the Embedded Reading site when a new Hearts For Teaching post comes up so that you can stay connected. (or you can follow me there too!)
The newest post is “Time To Slow Down.” Remember, this is about my kids and my classroom; what you do is always up to you!
Chào ! I want to thank all of you who attended for such a warm welcome (despite all of the snow!) and a wonderful visit. Hope to see you again soon!
I will continue materials over the next few days so be on the lookout!!
Here is the basic Powerpoint from our morning presentation and demo:
Click here: VFLA
Click here to find the information about a simple Embedded Reading about Matt.
Click here to find the first post for the advanced Embedded Reading about Matt.
Click here to find the second one!
Now, for an extra treat…..I’m working on adding access to a fun activity that we did in Spanish 1 with this….I just to get some tech help first so check back!!
Here is the adaptation of the Danielson Rubric that a number of people have used to discuss Comprehensible Input in the classroom with others.
The rubric was sent to the Danielson people for review and I have permission to share it.
I hope that it is helpful!