A new Ultimate CI Book 1 class begins on March 20. There are currently 15 spots available in this class.
When you sign up, here's what you get:
Twelve hours of Ultimate CI training over six weekends. Free digital copy of
Some of us have been following the process of being observed that Danielle has been going through lately. Here's an update:
Last week, she had the pre-observation with her principal. It was probably not unlike many of us have experienced where
It is my opinion that the word "planning" is just embarrassingly overused in our profession. Why, if we all gained fluency in our first language without a shred of planning, have we bought into the Big Lie of our
Here's a possible start in finding some common turf between ELA and CI instruction. Way overdue:
There are many terms used to describe ESL/ELL and EFL instruction. For now let's just use the acronym ELA English Language Acquisition to make it
Q. When you write in the board do you do write the English first?
A. Yes and the Spanish below it. Then you draw a thick line under the Spanish to separate the new expressions from each other and then you use
This is a reminder for Group 4, Class 3.
Prepare this from the Book 1 Syllabus:
Class 3 – Saturday – 2.20.21 (12:00 – 2:00 p.m. Mountain Time) – Demo and Coaching.
Review pp. 17-66Watch one of the videos from the "seven
Last week, we mentioned a good, research-aligned objective for our whiteboards when we are teaching a tableau or story:
S/W understand and read Spanish
I also found a 2019 post on this topic on the PLC with comments, for anyone interested in
Over the years there certainly have been hundreds of posts here on the PLC about how CI interfaces with the reading piece. However, after studying the problem (reading is a problem in the CI community - I won't go into
For those using the Ultimate CI Book 1, the following eight steps can be used for when you get observed. So if you have a formal observation coming up this spring, I recommend watching these two videos, which address not
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