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Grade(s) 1st Grade
No. Students 18
Need English language learning
I am teaching ESOL levels 1-5 students in reading and math. I need a lot of hands on materials to bring the students reading and math levels on grade level. Their reading comprehension ,vocabulary are very low.It would be nice if the students could have their on addition charts,subtraction charts,phonetics books,or games. My students will be proud ...
No. Students 32
My students are in need of daily classroom and enrichment materials. Their needs range from simple paper, pencils, and erasers to books that would challenge and inspire them to reach beyond their means. Thereby not only allowing them to do their classwork, but enriching their learning experience on a daily basis. Most of my students are ESOL lev...
Grade(s) 5th Grade
No. Students 25
General and special education students learn side-by-side in our full integrated co-teaching program.
Due to NYCDOE budget cuts, we no longer have school funds to purchase updated books for our class room library or to replace books that get worn out from years of use. Especially with the new Common Core Learning Standards focus on nonfiction readi...
Grade(s) 7th Grade
No. Students 105
English Language Arts (ELA) has many parts. Abilities of my students range from gifted and talented to resource. Therefore, reading materials and resources need to be varied. Please support our reading and grammar needs by donating so I can purchase materials across the spectrum of their levels....
Grade(s) All elementary
No. Students 16
We have a very special group of English Language Learners from all corners of the globe at Doyon Memorial School! Ranging from very young beginners to lower intermediate students, they are all eager and enthusiastic learners. Our students need help building their English vocabularies and improving literacy in the content areas....
No. Students 60
This class is for teaching ESL to student Newcomers who have been in the USA for less than one year and have little or no English skills. We are located within a couple of miles of the border and serve primarily Mexican-American students. We use the Imagine Learning computer program to help students acquire English in speaking, reading and writing...
Grade(s) All middle
No. Students 100
My middle school - grades 6,7, and 8 - classroom is made up of immigrant students learning English. Many of the students are from Latin America. Attending school in the United States is a new experience for them in many ways. Besides learning a new language, they are learning the routines in a new school system, acceptable social interactions and m...
No. Students 21
Currently, there are 26 students in my classroom. Each of them are enthusiastic and unique. I am interested in providing them with enriching activities to develop their counting and writing ability. I want to locate materials that will enhance their understanding of language and science. My students could use various charts, graphs and language...
No. Students 22
My plan is to incorporate more movement and tactile learning in my classroom this year. Kindergarteners are wiggly, squirmy, wonderfully wobbly creatures of movement, touch and feel. I want to make my kindergarten class a place where learning and environment is part of their everyday experience.
With the new special education reforms, many teac...
No. Students 20
There are twenty bilingual students in my classroom. About 70% of them are newcomers. Their native language is not English. Therefore, they have been learning English as their second language. Although most of these students are literate in their native language, their first contact with English learning happened when they came to my classroom. It...
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I am currently an Intensive Reading and Special Education teacher at Kinloch Park Middle School. I have been teaching at this school for 12 years. The Intensive Reading class consists of students who scored low levels on assessments and demonstrate limited reading skills such as in the areas of comprehension, vocabulary, fluency, and phonics. Included in these classes are also students in the Special Education program. These students range from disabilities in cognitive learning disabilities to emotional difficulties. Our school is considered a “Title 1” school, meaning 93% of the school population qualify for free or reduced lunch. Additionally, we have a large population of students in the ESOL program. In other words, the majority of our students have limited skills in the English language. I began incorporating Interactive Notebooks this past school year. It is a great tool for learning whereas students are able to personalize and make meaning of the information presented in class. It also functions as a powerful study tool, a working portfolio, appeals to the multiple intelligences, encourages pride and ownership of student work, reinforces organizational skills, keeps students engaged, and helps with college and career readiness. Using Interactive Notebooks involves plenty of materials such as colored pencils and markers, scissors, scotch tape, glue, pencils, colored paper and/or construction paper, and of course Composition Notebooks. It is very difficult for students to bring in materials to school. Throughout the school year, students bring less and less materials. It comes to a point where I cannot even lend them pencils because I do not have any more. We, as teachers, receive a limited classroom materials stipend in late October. Sometimes it is not enough. Technology materials such as ink can get expensive. Therefore, in order to have a successful school year for 2016-2017, classroom materials are imperative to learning, creativity, and success!
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