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Physical Movement with Think Alouds... PLEASE HELP
Old 09-09-2011, 03:03 PM
 
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This year I've been given the responsibility to incorporate physical movement activities with reading comphension (think alouds). I work with grade PK-5 in 45 minute blocks and must follow the 5-E model. The class is set up with the first 20 minutes being instruction (think alouds) the next 20 minutes as a physical activity (we no longer have PE) and the last 5 minutes as a closing. I have quite a few students that only receive english for a very small portion of the day and even though I'm not the ESL/Total Physical Response teacher, I still have these students and must reach them. What advice or strategies would you offer as far as movement (line dances... as suggested by the administration) and/or strategies to work with PreK/K spanish speaking students?

Thanks for your input.


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Movement program
Old 10-31-2013, 04:37 AM
 
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We do Dance fitness for the classroom from California School fitness. They learn a routine by video first, then transition to just cd with cues, then cd alone. They get ready to perform for assemblies etc. awesome program. Called Heartlight Classroom
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