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Children's Literature/WL Lesson Plans

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    World Languages Children's Literature-based Lesson Plans
World Languages Resources for K-12 Teachers and Parents

Following the Central Jersey World Languages Professional Development Institute held in the summer of 1999, institute participants were allowed to apply to be teacher leaders in several areas of foreign language instruction. Nine teacher leaders were selected to pursue intensive training in the use of children’s literature in the foreign language classroom, specifically in the design and implementation of thematic lesson planning. Meeting for three days in October, 1999, three days in March, 2000, and three days in June, 2000, these teacher leaders studied various aspects of using children’s literature and then designed the units that are found in the following pages.

Children’s Literature Teacher Leaders

Laura Agrusti
Lawrence Intermediate School

Diana Alfaro
Riverside Elementary School

Pat Bruce
New Providence Middle/High School

Ann Panagakos
Freehold Township High School

Grace Pirraglia
Terril Middle School

Paris Sangrène Ganville
John Witherspoon Middle School

David Shunk
High J. Boyd Elementary School

Gonzalo Vazquez
Roosevelt Intermediate School

Anna Zavitsanos
Bridgewater-Raritan Regional High School

Mari Haas, Facilitator
New York, NY

Martin Smith, Institute Director
Princeton Regional Schools

    Lesson plans and assessment tasks have been contributed by Central Jersey World Languages Professional Development Institute 2000.
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