Brooke Stady

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  • in reply to: Mill Park Elementary – Winter 2014 #768
    Brooke Stady
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    Date of Class: 2/3/14
    Day of Class: Monday
    MC:Brooke
    DJ:
    Assistants: Lisa Hanes
    Module: Money
    How Many Learners: 11
    Score:
    What happened (as short or as long as you like, but be specific): Not bad at all for the first class! We had 11 learners total, varying levels but generally a very fun energetic group. There were about 6 to start, we were rolling with the Alphabet and onto names when the other 5 or so trickled in. It was a tad challenging to get everyone on the same page at times but a good “ready” proved quite effective. We identified coins, practiced pronunciation and then did the coin grab activity. Most of the learners had good listening skills and seemed to understand instruction pretty well. From there we decided to do a short dictation/dialogue that challenged the more advanced learners but wasn’t too difficult for the lower level learners. Ended with a super fun TPR, lots of laughing and thank you’s at the end :)

    in reply to: Rockwood Library – Winter 2014 #709
    Brooke Stady
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    Date of Class: 1/27/14
    Day of Class: Monday
    Time of Class: 6-7:30
    MC: Mary Louise
    DJ: Brooke
    Assistants:Ruby, Nicole, Darlene, Alyson, Forrest, Colin, Stephanie, Casey
    Module: In the Kitchen
    How Many Learners: 4
    Score:40
    What happened (as short or as long as you like, but be specific):
    The first 2 learners were standing outside the classroom at about 8 after when Brooke went to go look for people. They seemed nervous to come in but they did. The other 2 trickled in sometime between then and 6:30. We started with the alphabet, it was noted that 2 of the learners were having a harder time with it.. we were wondering if it’s because the alphabet sheet is new this term and they were adjusting. We then went onto yell n spell which was interesting with all of the assistants there.. we had many names to spell!
    Next was kitchen utensil vocab/dictation. Then a short dialogue in 2 different larger groups, with 2 learners each group. We practiced the names of the items with a short dialogue. Then we stayed in those groups and worked with a document search activity that was then turned into a dictation/dialogue using the content of the document. Class ended with a fun TPR!

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    in reply to: FORUM TESTING #540
    Brooke Stady
    Spectator

    Date of Class: 1/3/14
    Day of Class:
    Friday
    PI: Brooke
    SI: Sheila
    Assistants: Jacob
    Module: At the Doctor
    How Many Learners: 7
    Score:30
    What happened (as short or as long as you like, but be specific): Fun!

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