My class is an energetic community of dual language students that have been together since pre-K. They have a very strong and beautiful bond that makes them behave like a real life family.
They love to immerse themselves in books and share their findings with each other and adults.
Their sense of community constantly motivates me and fills me with joy and admiration. They are truly a wonderful group of children, eager to learn and explore the world around them!
As I move up to 5th grade with my students, my dream is to create an inspiring environment for my students to learn about Social Justice and the world. As a Dual Language class, my students are very open and inn-tune to the different cultures of the world. They love to learn about foreign customs and share their individual traditions with others.
I want to be able to provide them with materials that will inspire in them a love for Social Justice, and inspire them to become as passionate about it as they are about language and diversity.
Through a mix of diverse books, like The Revolution of Evelyn Serrano and Malcom Little: The Boy Who Grew Up to Become Malcom X, Uncovering the Past: Analyzing Primary Sources, and A Kid's Guide to Service Projects; my students will research and create ideas for Social Projects while immersing themselves in the past. Through these materials, I hope plant seeds of justice and empowerment in each of my students.
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