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? ? ESL/ELD K-5 Curriculum Map a year long pacing guide!


ESL/ELD K-5 Curriculum Map

a year long pacing guide!

Planning for the year can be overwhelming. Many of you have been asking me for my ESL/ELD curriculum map so here it is!

This year-long ESL/ELD curriculum map, broken down by week, will help you plan your year for all 3 language levels.

? Beginner/early intermediate
? Intermediate
? Early Advanced/Advanced

Each month, under each language level there are language components that I teach during that month. You more than likely have your own resources, activities and curriculum to teach these components. ?If I have a product that contains all or parts of the language I teach during that month I have listed it. All resource images are click-able links for your convenience. Just click on the image you want to see and it will take you to my TPT store.?

Each month has a combination of ELD units and/or grammar components essential for English learners. Again choose some or all of what I have here. Feel free to mix it up to suit you!

Click Here to download from TPT!

Every classroom is different! Every teacher teaches differently, and I tried to create this year curriculum map with many different types of classrooms and teachers in mind. I know you may need to tweak this to the needs of your students, classroom, and administration. That?s OK! For example, March is testing month for me. If you need to switch months around to meet your testing time, that is just fine. Do what is best for your students in your classroom.

There is even a column for holidays, which you can use or not use, your choice. How awesome is that people? I mean the whole year is planned out for you.

Click here to download!

Happy Teaching!



Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Wed, 30 Jan 2019 11:00:00 +0000

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Hi everyone,
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Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Thu, 24 Jan 2019 11:00:00 +0000

?Monday Quotes to brighten your week?

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Publ.Date : Mon, 21 Jan 2019 12:30:00 +0000

?FREEBIE Formative Assessment Graphic Organizer for Reading?

Formative Assessment Graphic Organizer for Reading

 

Hello everyone!  Here is a great freebie to add precision to your instruction!  Enjoy!

 

FORMATIVE ASSESSMENTS
........................................................................
....................
Formative assessments are used during instruction to support the learning process. This student feedback helps us adjust and differentiate ongoing instruction to improve student achievement. 

Most formative assessments are quick and easy and do not take an excessive amount of time. They are easy to use on a daily basis. 
   

Formative assessments include:
? exit tickets
? lists
? bell ringers
? summaries
? quick write
? check lists: interview and observation
? journal your learning reflections
? graphic organizers 

? lists on sticky notes 
? anecdotal notes 

Click here for this great freebie!
 
Questions to ask:
?What did we do in class? 

?Why did we do it? 
?What did I learn today?
?How can I apply it?
?What questions do I have about it? 


Adjust and differentiate ongoing instruction and improve student achievement with this easy to use graphic organizer.

 

Click here for this great freebie!

 

Happy Teaching! 

 

 


Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Thu, 17 Jan 2019 12:00:00 +0000

?Monday Quotes to brighten your week?

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Publ.Date : Mon, 14 Jan 2019 12:30:00 +0000

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Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Mon, 07 Jan 2019 12:30:00 +0000

?Time to Reteach?

?Hello everyone!  ?
Holidays are coming and has me thinking about vacation time and students returning to school.  Time to think about reteaching behaviors I expect!


I practice procedures not punishment.   Teaching and practicing classroom routines and procedures reduces many if not most of the behavior problems in elementary classrooms. Engineering the physical classroom for productive passage and explicit teaching is a must!  When students know what to do and when to do it, classrooms run smoothly.

I explicitly teach expected behavior using the following:
  • Provide a rationale
  • Explain expected behaviors
  • Model expected behaviors
  • Provide opportunities to practice
  • Provide feedback
  • Reteach

Some procedures I teach:

  •  How to walk and enter a room
Lead with a smile and positive learning attitude
  • Where to sit
Boy ? girl reminding students that when adults are at work they work together
  •  How to sit
I use a story about what students would think if I lay on my table while teaching
  •  What your body looks like as a student
Sitting up straight, eyes and ears on the teacher




Children should be moving while they learn, so I use activities that include action. Motion wakes up a student?s brain, reduces distractions and fidgeting.  Movement keeps learning fun!  Here are some of my favorite vocabulary activities:

·      End of the line
o   Students line up, single file, taking turns naming vocabulary pictures.  Students go to the ?end of the line? by walking around the table to line up for another turn


·       Slap it!
o   Lay out vocabulary cards face up.  Students gather round the table, hands on their heads.  Call out a vocabulary word and the first person to slap the card gets a point.


Happy Teaching!

Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Sat, 05 Jan 2019 11:30:00 +0000

?Friday Freebie!?
?Friday Freebie!?
Hi everyone!
Do you wonder about the importance of teaching cognates?  
Click on over to my Teachers Pay Teachers store and download this article!

Read on and learn a little more about this important teaching concept.
What are cognates?

Vocabulary/vocabulario, animal/animal, actor/actor,  color/color are just a few of the thousand of English and Spanish cognates.
Cognates are an important part of learning English.  Cognates are words in two languages that have the same or similar meaning, spelling, and pronunciation.  Spanish and English cognates include:  doctor/doctor, family/familia, construction, constucción, and electricity/electricidad.  Some languages like Spanish have thousands of cognates with English and other languages like Chinese and Arabic have very few. 

Cognates, words in two languages that have the same or similar meanings and spelling increases English language learners vocabularies.

Why teach cognates?
These similarities in meaning and often in spelling give second language learners the ability to figure out new words and learn vocabulary in English more quickly.  These cognates give students an instant foundation of vocabulary. 
When students can identify cognates from their first language it increases student English knowledge of vocabulary by thousands of words they already know. 

English learners need to simply learn the spelling and pronunciation rules that go with the cognate and they have a strong foundation of English vocabulary.

What does the research say?
According to Nagy and Nagy, et al (1988; 1993) many Spanish second language learners need help recognizing and using cognates.  Direct instruction by the teacher helps students use cognates to understand new or unknown words in English.

What are false cognates?
False cognates are words that are spelled or pronounced similarly in two languages, but do not have the same meaning.  Idioma/Idiom in Spanish and English are examples of false cognates.  Idioma in Spanish means language, while idiom in English means a phrase that does not mean what the words say (raining cats and dogs). 
Another important reason to teach English language learners about cognates is to alert them to the false cognates.

What can parents do?
Talk with your children. 
When you see a cognates, words in two languages that have the same or similar meaning, spelling, and pronunciation, point them out to your child and talk about the meaning in your first language.  Remember, Spanish and English cognates include:  doctor/doctor, family/familia, construction, constuccion, and electricity/electricidad.  Cognates are everywhere!

Here is a list of everyday cognates you can use to help teach your child the recognize and use  cognates to build English Vocabulary!  Have Fun!


ENGLISH
SPANISH


A
animal
animal


B
bicycle
bicicleta


C
coyote
crocodile
coyote
cocodrilo


D
dance
dinosaur
danza
dinosaurio


E
elephant
elefante


F
family
flower
familia
flor


G
giraffe
gorilla
jirafa
gorila


H
hippopotamus
hipopótamo


I
insects
insectos


J
jar
jarra


L
lemon
lion
limón
leon


M
music
música


N
necessary
nessesario


P
penguin
police
pinguino
policía


Q
quiet
quieto


R
rock
radio
roca
radio


S
secret
secreto


T
telephone
teléfono


U
use
usar


V
vegetables
vegetales



Click on over to my Teachers Pay Teachers store and download this article! 
Happy teaching!?



Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Fri, 04 Jan 2019 11:00:00 +0000

Happy New Years
Happy New Years
Happy New Years to all of you 
from all of us at Fun To Teach!

Great things are going to happen in 2019!

Here is the first!  Enjoy these freebies!



This fun and effective freebie grammar game, The 3 sounds of "ed" Past Tense Verbs games and grammar activities are engaging and enjoyable ways for children to practice using The 3 Sounds of "ed" Past Tense Verbs.

This free game packet contains some of the great games/activities found in our original game packet.

This package consists of :
*GAME BOARD
*GAME CARDS
*WORD CARDS
*NUMBER CARDS

These grammar based games with lesson plans and activities give students the opportunity to practice English vocabulary and language skills in a fun and relaxing setting. As students play these engaging games they naturally transfer skills they learn in class!

Click here to get your freebie!  Please follow us and rate this product!

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Today click here and get this great freebie that students love!


This 18-page Skip Count By 2 Flipbook has interactive flipbooks for students to create and practice counting by 2s. These are engaging books to make as a center activity, or as an extension to your math lesson.

Get your students counting by 2s with this great Skip Count By 2 Flipbook. Students simply color, cut and assemble. Watch your young learners take off counting.

Skip Count By 2 Flipbook can be used during guided math as openers, small group time and math work stations

How to use this book:
Assembly:
? Print on cardstock.
? Cut at the dotted line to separate the base of the flipbook from the picture pages.
? Cut around each rectangle picture box.
? Arrange the number cards one on top of the other and staple or bind the top of all pages to the flipbook base.

This is an engaging way for students to practice their numbers and share their knowledge with family and friends.


Happy teaching!?




Multiplying by 8 - Multiplication Math Games and Lesson Plans


Check out this 26-page package freebie that focuses on multiplying by 8. Teaching elementary students to multiply is quick and effective when students practice their multiplication facts with these fun and engaging reproducible multiplication games, lesson plans and activities.

 

This package includes 5 Math Games:
*Multiplying by 8
*Match It Up!
*Concentration
*Multiplication Bingo
*Flash Card Bingo

ALSO INCLUDED:
*Homework Black lines
*Timed Tests
*Score Graphs


Each multiplication game includes game boards, cards, practice sheets, a 5 minute-timed test and graph for efficient assessment.

Also included are 5 black lines, which can be used to differentiate your instruction, as seat work or sent home as homework. Flash cards also come in this packet.


These games are effective ways to reach and teach your English language learners and at risk students. Differentiate your elementary instruction with this great 26-page multiplication game and activities.

Please follow me and don't forget to rate this product!

Click here to download this freebie!

Happy teaching and Happy New Year!? 
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Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Mon, 31 Dec 2018 21:02:00 +0000

??Friday Freebie
?Hello Teachers,

Here is another Friday freebie for all of you teaching math in Spanish or wanting to send home Spanish homework!

This is a 26-page unit that has essential math vocabulary to build a foundation of math understanding. You can use it whole class, with second language learners or struggling math students. 
 
The 15 carefully selected math vocabulary words integrate kid-friendly definitions with rich information about the concept. 


Words included are: poligono, figuras congruentes, simetria, ordenacion, diametro, lineas paralelas, lineas perpendiculares, area, angulos, cilindros, perimetro, rombo, cubo, esfera y cono. 
  
This Math Game packet includes black line masters to reproduce and use as games and activities.

 
This package includes: 7 Math Games:
?Match It Up!
?I Know the Word
?Tic Tac Go!
?And the Answer Is!
?Word Association
?A Game of 20 Questions
?Concentration

 

Also included:
? Flashcard Mania
? Math Games as Homework

 

Reproducible black lines included in this package:
-assessment
-activities to send home
-easy to use teacher
-teacher's guides
-easy game assembly
-variety of games
-complete game boards and game cards
-activity black line masters



Click here to download!


Happy teaching?!

Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Fri, 28 Dec 2018 11:00:00 +0000

?Monday Quotes to brighten your week?

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Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Mon, 24 Dec 2018 12:00:00 +0000

?Monday Quotes to brighten your week?

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Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Mon, 17 Dec 2018 12:30:00 +0000

??Friday freebie ???
?? Hello Teachers!
Here is a great math freebie just for you!

Multiplying by 8 - Multiplication Math Games and Lesson Plans


Check out this 26-page package freebie that focuses on multiplying by 8. Teaching elementary students to multiply is quick and effective when students practice their multiplication facts with these fun and engaging reproducible multiplication games, lesson plans and activities.

 

This package includes 5 Math Games:
*Multiplying by 8
*Match It Up!
*Concentration
*Multiplication Bingo
*Flash Card Bingo

ALSO INCLUDED:
*Homework Black lines
*Timed Tests
*Score Graphs


Each multiplication game includes game boards, cards, practice sheets, a 5 minute-timed test and graph for efficient assessment.

Also included are 5 black lines, which can be used to differentiate your instruction, as seat work or sent home as homework. Flash cards also come in this packet.


These games are effective ways to reach and teach your English language learners and at risk students. Differentiate your elementary instruction with this great 26-page multiplication game and activities.

Please follow me and don't forget to rate this product!

Click here to download this freebie!

Happy teaching!? 


Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Fri, 14 Dec 2018 11:30:00 +0000

?Monday Quotes to brighten your week?

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Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Mon, 10 Dec 2018 12:30:00 +0000

?Friday Freebie?
Hello everyone,

Today click here and get this great freebie that students love!


This 18-page Skip Count By 2 Flipbook has interactive flipbooks for students to create and practice counting by 2s. These are engaging books to make as a center activity, or as an extension to your math lesson.

Get your students counting by 2s with this great Skip Count By 2 Flipbook. Students simply color, cut and assemble. Watch your young learners take off counting.

Skip Count By 2 Flipbook can be used during guided math as openers, small group time and math work stations

How to use this book:
Assembly:
? Print on cardstock.
? Cut at the dotted line to separate the base of the flipbook from the picture pages.
? Cut around each rectangle picture box.
? Arrange the number cards one on top of the other and staple or bind the top of all pages to the flipbook base.

This is an engaging way for students to practice their numbers and share their knowledge with family and friends.


Happy teaching!?








Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Fri, 07 Dec 2018 11:30:00 +0000

Aren\'t idioms fun?
Hello everyone,

I thought I would re-post this blog article.  ?Idioms are so fun to teach and learn about!  Enjoy!

Aren't idioms fun!  Check out this fun video and then read on to make your own interactive idiom bulletin board!



The Third Wheel from Melissa Kumaresan on Vimeo.


This is a picture of an interactive idiom board  for the whole school to participate in.




Idiom Bulletin Board - Step by Step Instructions

This easy, fun and creative bulletin board makes you look like a pro as you develop student vocabulary and language skills. This bulletin board works great in a classroom or hallway for the whole school to be involved with. I wanted a way to involve my school in language development and used this idea. Follow these quick steps and you will be on your way!

Materials:

?4-5 idioms and simple definitions
?Computer/word processor
?Images to represent the idioms and the definitions
?Construction paper
?Glue
?Scissors/paper cutter
?String
?Tacks

Step 1:

Decorate the Bulletin Board with colored Butcher paper of your choice as a background. Use a contrasting borders that complements the color you chose.

Step 2:

Choose a theme for the idioms you will use. Some popular themes include:
Bees, horses, weather, dogs, tired.

Step 3:

Choose 4 idioms. Take care in choosing the idioms. Idioms for intermediate language level students should be idioms that give a hint to the meaning. An example of this is "it's raining cats and dogs". The word "raining" is a clue to the meaning. Early advanced language learners can work with idioms such as, "you're pulling my leg" which doesn't give the learner any clues to the meaning. Choose which language level you want the students to work with.

Step 4:

Collect 1 picture per idiom that displays what the words say and another picture that shows what the idiom means. Use your own classroom images for this or do a quick Google search for "idiom images".

Step 5:

Type up and print the idioms. Glue the typed idioms and the images onto colored construction paper. Cut to size.

Step 6:

Place the 4 idiom images that display what the words "say" at regular intervals across the top of the bulletin board.

Place the text under each picture.

At the bottom of the bulletin board place the image of what the idioms "mean" in random order.

Step 7:

Staple a piece of yarn under the text of each idiom long enough to reach to the image that shows the true meaning of the idiom. Tie a loop in the end of the piece of yarn so children can attach the yarn to the correct meaning.

Step 8:

Stick a pushpin into the bulletin board above the random images that shows the true meaning.

?You now have an interactive bulletin board where students can match up the idiom to the image of its meaning by attaching the looped yarn to the push pin above the image of the true idiom meaning! Watch your students have fun and learn about idioms!



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Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Tue, 04 Dec 2018 16:45:00 +0000

?Monday Quotes to brighten your week?

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Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Mon, 03 Dec 2018 12:30:00 +0000

??Friday Freebie
 ?Hello everyone,

Here is this weeks freebie!


This fun and effective freebie grammar game, The 3 sounds of "ed" Past Tense Verbs games and grammar activities are engaging and enjoyable ways for children to practice using The 3 Sounds of "ed" Past Tense Verbs.

This free game packet contains some of the great games/activities found in our original game packet.

This package consists of :
?GAME BOARD

?GAME CARDS
?WORD CARDS
?NUMBER CARDS

These grammar based games with lesson plans and activities give students the opportunity to practice English vocabulary and language skills in a fun and relaxing setting. As students play these engaging games they naturally transfer skills they learn in class!

Click here to get your freebie!  Please follow us and rate this product!

Happy Teaching!


Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Fri, 30 Nov 2018 11:00:00 +0000

? Friday Freebie! ? ESL/ELD K-5 Curriculum Map a year long pacing guide!


ESL/ELD K-5 Curriculum Map - a year long pacing guide!

Planning for the year can be overwhelming. Many of you have been asking me for my ESL/ELD curriculum map so here it is!

This year-long ESL/ELD curriculum map, broken down by week, will help you plan your year for all 3 language levels.

? Beginner/early intermediate
? Intermediate
? Early Advanced/Advanced

Each month, under each language level there are language components that I teach during that month. You more than likely have your own resources, activities and curriculum to teach these components. ?If I have a product that contains all or parts of the language I teach during that month I have listed it. All resource images are click-able links for your convenience. Just click on the image you want to see and it will take you to my TPT store.?

Each month has a combination of ELD units and/or grammar components essential for English learners. Again choose some or all of what I have here. Feel free to mix it up to suit you!

Click Here to download from TPT!

Every classroom is different! Every teacher teaches differently, and I tried to create this year curriculum map with many different types of classrooms and teachers in mind. I know you may need to tweak this to the needs of your students, classroom, and administration. That?s OK! For example, March is testing month for me. If you need to switch months around to meet your testing time, that is just fine. Do what is best for your students in your classroom.

There is even a column for holidays, which you can use or not use, your choice. How awesome is that people? I mean the whole year is planned out for you.

Click here to download!

Happy Teaching!


Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Wed, 28 Nov 2018 11:00:00 +0000

?Monday Quotes to brighten your week?
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Publ.Date : Mon, 26 Nov 2018 12:30:00 +0000

?TPT Cyber Sale ? SHOP, SHOP, SHOP :0)

TPT Cyber Sale 

starts Monday November 26 and 27th!


Are you ready to shop?  This super cyber sale will get you in the mood as everything in the Fun To Teach store is on sale!



It is that time again~ Teachers Pay Teachers is having their annual Cyper sale.

Use Promo code CYPBER18 to save on fun to teach products!



As busy teachers we have hectic schedules.  Check out some of these resources that will cover you for upcoming school holidays, events, etc.  Happy Shopping!
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Are you looking for Kindergarten activities?  Check out this bundle with a little of everything to make your winter lessons fun and engaging! 

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Happy Teaching! 





Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Sat, 24 Nov 2018 16:58:00 +0000

?FREEBIE Formative Assessment Graphic Organizer for Reading?

Formative Assessment Graphic Organizer for Reading

 

Hello everyone!  Here is a great freebie to add precision to your instruction!  Enjoy!

 

FORMATIVE ASSESSMENTS
........................................................................
....................
Formative assessments are used during instruction to support the learning process. This student feedback helps us adjust and differentiate ongoing instruction to improve student achievement. 

Most formative assessments are quick and easy and do not take an excessive amount of time. They are easy to use on a daily basis. 
   

Formative assessments include:
? exit tickets
? lists
? bell ringers
? summaries
? quick write
? check lists: interview and observation
? journal your learning reflections
? graphic organizers 

? lists on sticky notes 
? anecdotal notes 

Click here for this great freebie!
 
Questions to ask:
?What did we do in class? 

?Why did we do it? 
?What did I learn today?
?How can I apply it?
?What questions do I have about it? 


Adjust and differentiate ongoing instruction and improve student achievement with this easy to use graphic organizer.

 

Click here for this great freebie!

 

Happy Teaching! 

 

 


Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Fri, 23 Nov 2018 23:02:00 +0000

?Procedures not Punishment?

?Hello everyone!  ?
Holidays are coming and has me thinking about vacation time and students returning to school.  Time to think about reteaching behaviors I expect!


I practice procedures not punishment.   Teaching and practicing classroom routines and procedures reduces many if not most of the behavior problems in elementary classrooms. Engineering the physical classroom for productive passage and explicit teaching is a must!  When students know what to do and when to do it, classrooms run smoothly.

I explicitly teach expected behavior using the following:
  • Provide a rationale
  • Explain expected behaviors
  • Model expected behaviors
  • Provide opportunities to practice
  • Provide feedback
  • Reteach

Some procedures I teach:

  •  How to walk and enter a room
Lead with a smile and positive learning attitude
  • Where to sit
Boy ? girl reminding students that when adults are at work they work together
  •  How to sit
I use a story about what students would think if I lay on my table while teaching
  •  What your body looks like as a student
Sitting up straight, eyes and ears on the teacher




Children should be moving while they learn, so I use activities that include action. Motion wakes up a student?s brain, reduces distractions and fidgeting.  Movement keeps learning fun!  Here are some of my favorite vocabulary activities:

·      End of the line
o   Students line up, single file, taking turns naming vocabulary pictures.  Students go to the ?end of the line? by walking around the table to line up for another turn


·       Slap it!
o   Lay out vocabulary cards face up.  Students gather round the table, hands on their heads.  Call out a vocabulary word and the first person to slap the card gets a point.


Happy Teaching!

Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Wed, 21 Nov 2018 13:00:00 +0000

?Monday Quotes to brighten your week?
?Happy Monday!





Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Mon, 19 Nov 2018 12:00:00 +0000

Win a $100 Amazon Gift Card!

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Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Sun, 18 Nov 2018 16:21:00 +0000