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La Cosecha 2010

Academic Language Development through the 5E Inquiry Process


Dolores Beltrán, Educational Consultant, Albuquerque, NM Lilia Sarmiento, California State University, Dominguez Hills, CA Euguenia Mora‐Flores, University of Southern California, CA

This session provides an academic language framework for the teaching of science based on current work in grades K‐5 in a California urban district. Through interactive structures and video segments, participants will gain understanding of the power of science inquiry for academic language practice and use.

Level: K‐5 Grades \ English \ Strand: Instruction

What Do You See? Critical Literacy and Development of an Action Plan

Reina Romero, Dual Language Education of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM


The action plan is a project rooted in critical literacy theory and practice within the ESL classroom in a well‐ known middle school in Albuquerque, NM. “What do you see?v becomes the critical question posed to ESL students as they examine issues that have the potential to affect their achievement.

Level: 7‐12 Grades, Higher Education \ English Strand: Instruction

Bilingual Instruction of Cause/Effect with Social Studies Text POJOAQUE

Karla Bejos, Bilingual Multicultural Services Incorporate, Bernalillo, NM

La presentación describe el uso de la estrategia de parafrasear relaciones de antecedencias y consecuencias en la lectura de texto basado en los estudios sociales para mejorar la comprensión. Examina las dificultades que encuentran los estudiantes y provee estrategias para los maestros.

Level: 5‐12 Grades \ Spanish & English \ Strand: Instruction

Friday, November 19, 2010

Uso de centros de aprendizajes NAMBE

Migdalia Gonzáles Rynkowski, Pajarito ES, Albuquerque, NM Lily Montoya, Pajarito ES, Albuquerque, NM

Uso de centros de aprendizaje como una estrategia de aprendizaje colectivo, individual e integral para llenar las necesidades individuales de los estudiantes. Los asistentes recibirán ejemplos de actividades en lectura, escritura y matemáticas.

Level: 1‐6 Grades \ Spanish & English \ Strand: Instruction

Dual Language Teacher Preparation: Can We Survive Another Decade?


Mediator: Ester de Jong, University of Florida Panel: Iliana Alanis, University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX Walter Archuleta, Northern New Mexico College, Española, NM Kathy Escamilla, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO Michael Guerrero, University of Texas, Pan Am, Edinburg, TX María Mercado, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM

In this session, the presenters will share their experiences related to the preparation of dual language education teachers within their respective programs and communities. The major topics to be addressed include challenges related to: admissions criteria, curriculum, instructional approaches to preparation, student teaching, high stakes teacher certification exams, and the new era of accountability for Colleges of Education.

Level: K‐12 Grades, Higher Education \ English Strand: Staff Quality and Professional Development


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