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Babi Kruchin's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Tilla Alexander
20:53
Hello from Forest Hills, NY
rosa jonasz
21:06
Hello from San Antonio, TX, NISD District
MARIA RECA
21:10
Hi! I’m from Brooklyn.
Amy Scher
21:11
Hi everyone from Pleasantville, NY
Angela Kirkish
21:16
Hello from the Bronx, NY
Heather Dutiel
21:16
Hello from Astoria, NY.
Heeok Jeong
21:28
Hello from Albany, NY
Ms. Aspromonte
21:33
Hello from The Bronx, NY
Carol Numrich
21:38
Hi from Cape Cod!
Olga Kazianis
21:39
Bronx, NY
Edwin
21:42
Bronx, NY
Mmek60@comcast.net
21:54
hello from Westbrook CT
Tania Winthal
21:56
Hello. I'm from Westchester.
Yasmeen
22:38
Hi everyone! Shouting out from Long Island City, Queens.
Laura Baecher
22:48
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roxasmith
23:12
Hi. I’m from Brooklyn, NY
EmmaMicare
23:29
Hello Bronx NY
Edwin
23:36
cool thank you
Mara Stulberger
23:44
Hi from Manhattan
Laura Baecher
23:56
Welcome everyone!!
Karen Lantner
24:17
Hi from Manhattan.
LVWC Tutors
24:36
Greetings from Rhode Island!
Roshii Jolly
24:56
Go Brittany and Chris!
Laura Baecher
25:19
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Laura Baecher
25:32
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Christopher W. Collins
29:08
Thanks Roshii!
rosa jonasz
30:51
I am not able to see the shared screen?
Laura Baecher
31:45
Try hitting escape on your keyboard-
Laura Baecher
31:53
it may be hidden behind
Yasmeen
34:46
Love the idea of having the students choose their group’s best examples!!
Babi Kruchin Q & A
35:03
I posted a file with it.
Laura Baecher
43:51
Polls are a great tool for these structured practice activities! Mentimeter and Poll everywhere are great if you are not a Zoom user.
Roshii Jolly
47:42
Wonderful Brittany!
Abby Mack
48:42
Yes, thanks Brittany!
JOSEPHINE B
48:44
Thank you Brittany!!! Wonderful techniques
Babi Kruchin Q & A
49:05
Such great ideas, Brittany. Thank you!
Robyn Vaccara
49:35
Thank you, Brittany! Your ideas were very useful!
Brittany Ober
49:57
Thank you everyone!
robertkim
54:02
I can’t see the slides from Lydia.
Yasmeen
55:05
Robert, slides were provided above…
robertkim
55:19
Thanks.
Roshii Jolly
55:56
How many students can write all at once?
Christopher W. Collins
56:57
I think the number is high, Roshii. I've probably done with up to about 20 people at once. Not sure there's a limit.
Roshii Jolly
57:19
Thanks Chris
Brittany Ober
57:22
lydia, i love how you can “see” what is happening in all groups at the same time. great way to monitor break out rooms!
robertkim
58:58
Lydia and Britney, are you familiar with the teaching method: I DO, WE DO, and YOU DO (Direct instruction, Guided Practice, and Independent Practice) foe scaffolding and chunking a lesson with formative assessment and summative assessment?
Susan Cafetz
01:00:32
Might this get confusing when you have 14 students?
Roshii Jolly
01:00:56
Lydia - do you have an example from one of your classes?
Susan Cafetz
01:02:37
Can we have separate Googlr doc for each breakout group?
Christopher W. Collins
01:02:57
Susan: yes. I do this sometimes. But, like Lydia is mentioning now, it requires some prep.
Debra Un
01:04:46
Thanks, Lydia
JOSEPHINE B
01:04:55
Thank you!
Robyn Vaccara
01:04:59
Wonderful! Thank, you Lydia!
Suzanne Kaplan-Fonseca
01:05:05
Thank you, Lydia!
LVWC Tutors
01:05:27
Thank you, Lydia!
Lydia Fass
01:05:44
lf2623@columbia.edu
Babi Kruchin Q & A
01:05:49
Thank you, Lydia!
Yasmeen
01:08:58
Love this concrete SLA perspective!!!
Carol Numrich
01:13:07
The introversion thing is interesting. I find some students who might not speak in the classroom are contributing more on Zoom!
John Beaumont
01:14:35
@Carol: Yes, sometimes in speaking and other times in chat. Interesting how the change of context changes behavior in some cases.
Carol Numrich
01:15:01
Hi John!!
John Beaumont
01:15:53
Hi Carol and ALP, CUNY, and NYS TESOL friends!
Edwin
01:17:42
is there a breakout room in Microsoft teams
Gabriela Enser
01:17:55
Thank you so much!
Robyn Vaccara
01:18:06
Thank you, Christopher!
JOSEPHINE B
01:18:21
Thank you, Christopher!
Laura Baecher
01:18:29
Hello everyone!!
Roshii Jolly
01:18:32
Great ideas Christopher
J. Ruano
01:18:36
Thank you for the information.
Laura Baecher
01:18:39
Thanks for great presentations—!!
Christopher W. Collins
01:18:41
Thanks everybody!
LVWC Tutors
01:18:43
Thank you to all who put this together1
Debra Un
01:18:43
Thank you for the webinar.
Carol Numrich
01:18:48
Thanks to all 3 speakers. Very useful information!
Abby Mack
01:18:52
Yes, thanks to Christopher and Lydia.
Angela Kirkish
01:18:54
Thank you everyone for the info
Heeok Jeong
01:18:54
Thank you so much!! I have a question about Brittany's presentation. How did you teach genre before teaching grammar?
Robyn Vaccara
01:18:56
Thank you for organizing this opportunity to reflect on our teaching!
Amy Scher
01:18:56
So refreshing to hear all of this after months of rushed remote teaching practice!
Ania Necakov
01:18:59
For google Meet, we can generate multiple google meet links and invite specific students ahead of time. These are their conversation groupings for the day
Heather Dutiel
01:19:04
Thank you!
Tilla Alexander
01:19:05
Thank you all! I learned a great deal!
Frances Boyd
01:19:06
Thanks to all three. Very fine!
Mara Stulberger
01:19:15
Thank you!
Edwin
01:19:17
thank you
JOSEPHINE B
01:19:23
Thank you, looking forward to more!