Post Immersion Students Write Letters to Second Grade SIP
What can be more rewarding and exciting than getting to see your old friends at the beginning of the school year? Finding new friends, of course!
Our second-graders in the Spanish Immersion Program were delighted to find out that last June, the rising seventh-grade Post Immersion Spanish class had written cards for them, rising second-graders. It was lovely to hear that some of my second graders already knew some of the students who wrote their cards, and just felt more connected to them through a great token of kindness.
What a great opportunity for our class to practice their writing skills and return the joy to our current seventh graders. Thank you Sr. Yerrington for being the bridge between our classrooms.
"In cooperative learning, you have a purposeful, meaningful, and authentic context in which children can sharpen their communicative skills." - Lilian Katz