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Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Minspeak E-Newsletter, Issue 43- 2/15/12
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Intervention Planning: Review the Intervention Plan for asking “who” questions. Plan to complete 1 or 2 activities this month from this plan.
Teaching Materials Exchange: Can you recognize some of the most famous US Presidents? Have your student give you the “Who Am I?” Presidents' Day Quiz to test your knowledge. The quiz is coded with Pixons and icon sequences from Unity®45, Unity®60, Unity®84, and Unity®144.
Teaching Tip: Encourage parents to have their children ask the following simple “who” questions at home: Who is it? Who says? Who did that? Who loves you?
Pittsburgh Language Seminar Series: Check your calendars to see whether or not you can attend one of the upcoming seminar series. March 13-15 features Jane Odom as the guest speaker, April 17-19 features Marilyn Buzolich, and May 22-24 features Gail Van Tatenhove. All of these seminars are provided free of charge, with meals and lodging provided. Contact Renee McGough immediately at 412-885-8541 or email her at email@example.com to register.