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When I have just subscribed so I am brand new to the site. However, I have run into a problem. When I subscribed, I used my personal email, which is a Hotmail account. I am trying to access the google documents but get the message that I have to request access. Is there an easier, more prompt way to get to the google docs? I sent a request for access, but is there a way to get around this? Can I send you my school gmail to add to your “shared” list?
I changed the settings.
Tina needs to change the permissikn setting to ayone can view, I believe.
I did 🙂
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(My first post here) Thank you, Tina. This is so helpful, I have watched some of your videos on youtube. What a great teacher you are. I am reading and learning as much as I can about how to make my input comprehensible and compelling for PKer – 2nd graders. I have tried some stories and I am seeing how engaged the student become. I am loving this. This community is amazing. Thank you.
Carmen, thank you and welcome to the PLC! This is the best little place on the whole world wide web. You can email anytime with any questions at all! tinahargaden at gmail.
Welcome, Carmen! We have so much work to do at the younger kid level. Good that you are here.
I teach Spanish to grades 1, 2, 3, and 4 in suburban Chicagoland. I am happy to help and support you however I can. One great element for the itty bitties is predictable routines in Spanish. An entrance routine; a greeting song; then, distributing the Spanish names (I give everyone a Spanish name) – for example, now the 1st graders can do it themselves – they aren’t all reading the names but have them down as site words:
Volunteer passer named Fernando (Shows tag and ‘reads’): Gabriela
Gabriela: Aquí estoy, gracias. (Here I am, thanks – comes and gets tag)
Fernando: De nada. (You’re welcome)
I made a lil book of greetings and leave-takings that I’m glad to share, if you’d like so you can change it up every few weeks for novelty.
I don’t wanna overwhelm you, but offer my support and any materials/resources – just ask.
This is a great spot and community for you!