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english week proposal

  1. 1. proposal writing.March 3, 2011<br />-monica del rosario<br />-javierlopez<br />-luisfigueroa<br />-josemojica<br />-stephsnie de jesus<br />
  2. 2. Presentation <br />This proposal will be focusing on impacting 7th to 9th graders. The purpose of our proposal is to develop a sense of appreciation towards the English language by means of activities filled with fun and educational purposes. <br />
  3. 3. Approach<br />The activities that will be developed during this week will be with the purpose of developing a friendly but educational environment in which the students will appreciate the English week.<br />This proposal will impact the students by challenging them by making them work as a team to surpass the activities that they will encounter<br />7 – 9th active students:<br />149 students<br />F = 35 M= 41<br />Special Neccesities:<br />To be discussed<br />
  4. 4. Description of Proposal<br />Goals: To have a full active participation from the student body.<br />Objective: Students will learn to appreciate the English language by a number of activities that will be directed in using the language on a daily basis, include the language in our learning process, and to have fun with the language.<br />
  5. 5. Monday:<br />Spelling Bee<br />Examples of words:<br />Intelligent<br />Carpool<br />Construction<br />Success<br />
  6. 6. Tuesday:<br />Gigantic Crossword Puzzle<br />Examples of Vocabulary<br />Same vocabulary as Spelling Bee<br />
  7. 7. Wednesday: <br />Karaoke Day<br />It will consist in the pronunciation of the words.<br />
  8. 8. Thursday: <br />Dictionary search:<br />This will consist in the quickness of locating the word. <br />
  9. 9. Friday:<br />Closing Activity:<br />Brain Freeze<br />Students from these grades will participate in competitions based on questions from skills learned in class.<br />