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Joanne Havemeyer - Food thematic unit.doc
J.H fruits -battleship.doc
I designed a thematic unit for "Food" which includes fruits, drinks and Chinese breakfast. I attached reading comprehension for fruits and drinks, and one battleship language activity for fruits.
Gimme 5 (Final Reflections)
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Aaron's chant! (Originally developed by
Action Language Learning,
recorded and published with permission)
Grace Discusses Mentoring
Grace discusses mentoring new student teachers. (I was so excited after taking this picture because I discovered the setting that keeps people's hands from blurring!)
Grace Demo Lesson for presentational mode
Janna's Demo Lesson: House
Susan's Interpersonal Demo Lesson: Clue
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Lesson Development Organizer Revised ST 2009.doc
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By August 31, upload your lesson.
Marie Iowa Startalk Revised Lesson Plan 2009.doc
ST 09 Demo LP Caryn Hangzhou.doc
zodiac LP Yan & Judy.doc
Lesson by June Chen.doc
EnMing Grace Heebner's documents
Jennifer's cothing Lesson_Development_Organizer_Revised_ST_2009.doc
" unit: including Taboo game!
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