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Re: [NBTC-ENL] Hey Guys... can't believe school is starting bk!

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  • Io Ma
    Hi Gelene, I will be on my last year to make up the 19 points left to pass the NB and I am wondering what should I do until Nov to prepare for Entry 2 and 4
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 8, 2013
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      Hi Gelene,
      I will be on my last year to make up the 19 points left to pass the NB and I am wondering what should I do until Nov to "prepare" for Entry 2 and 4 that I didn't do the minimum 2.75 and I turned in last June. I do not think the lesson was too good or the accomplishments too great. Thanks,Ioana


      From: "gelene@..." <gelene@...>
      To: NBTC-ENL@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Tuesday, August 6, 2013 12:42 PM
      Subject: [NBTC-ENL] Hey Guys... can't believe school is starting bk!

       
      Hi Everyone!

      WOW can't believe the school is starting! <GULP!>

      As you plan out the school year I thought this might be helpful for
      some of you. They are spelling videos that Help Improve Student Spelling of the 100 Most Frequently Misspelled Words. It is for upper level ELLs or Gen Ed kids.

      Since I did NBCT a few years ago I've been doing all sorts of stuff to try to help out fellow teachers; ie. wrote some articles, presented at several conferences & started an ELL/ESL website.
      www.ESLanswers.com

      WELL... I can't stop myself... so this summer I posted 10 of these videos. It is a way to help kids spell that is different from tradition means that don't work for everyone. You know what I mean like writing the word 5x, or its definition or putting it in a sentence... and kids STILL SPELL IT WRONG! This is different & can be used w/ any grade level & any word.

      PLZ pass it on! & Share w/ me sometime what you all are doing to give back to this awesome profession of ours. I know I'm not alone!

      Have a great school year!
      g



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