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Feeling at home in your language

Ricarda Jenniges

Feeling at home in your language

intergenerational language transmission

by Ricarda Jenniges

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Published by European Bureau for Lesser Used Languages in Brussels .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementRicarda Jenniges.
ContributionsEuropean Bureau for Lesser Used Languages.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17124504M
ISBN 109074851231

Some parents feel the need to be part of the system that socializes their children, but they're unable to bridge the language barrier. Once you've done that, you can talk to parents about the steps all of you can take to achieve the goal. What holidays do you celebrate? Be Your Hilarious Self All the welcoming people of the world have one thing in common — a good sense of humor. Like all parents, they hunger for information about their child but may feel frustrated, powerless, or alienated. Get Your Smile On If you want to be incredibly approachable while also making people feel comfy in your presence, then pay attention to what your face looks like.

The buddy can introduce the new student to classroom routines. You can make sure to provide visual support through picture dictionaries. They are messy works in progress that result from the combined efforts of my students and me. Beforehand, Katie had read several versions of the folktale to her class in English, and had students act out the story. Let students know that they were chosen because of their welcoming spirit and and their special bilingual abilities.

Some of my favorite read-aloud books to use with my third graders because of the language and author's craft involved include: Click on each book cover above to learn more about it and available teaching lessons and resources in the Teacher Book Wizard. Introduce parents to the people that can serve as translators. Avoid using students as translators. Navy created a book of Khmer numbers, letters, and words, and Teresa laminated the book and placed it in the class library.


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Just be sure it's natural, and not some plastered on grin — that'll obviously come off as more creepy than inviting. Create a Diverse Classroom Library Common Core State Standards call for a balance of fiction and nonfiction text, however, those genres can be present in many different forms.

While I always knew I struggled with many aspects of the external environment, it was how I felt internally when I returned from South America that really made me realize how misunderstood and unhappy I was when I was there. To keep students engaged, I allow them autonomy in choosing words for our word wall.

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