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Enclosed are the unified assessment sheets, check lists, and the icon-matched posters for each of the lessons. I cannot stress enough how grateful I am to David Bailey and other developers for getting such a polished piece together in time. Do download everything.
Please notice that every file has its lesson ID number in the lower right-hand corner. It's brilliant stuff, and something you can get familiar with right now.
You will find the following:
Skill Checklist (XLSX)
Self and Peer Assessment (Evaluation Sheets, DOCX)
Posters for each Grade
(All DOCX file format)
Here's a set of ready-to-print classroom English posters put together by the team at Sakuragi JHS, Jhen Tubes and Kaoru Sugawa.
We've found that while students have difficulty asking questions to the teacher, students with readily available phrases have less difficulty.
Rather than keep it hidden, I like to use these as functional decorations - I slap them on whatever colored construction paper I can scavenge, and apply them to the windows above the standard windows - that's enough for 16 great posters. Check them out - in PPT (powerpoint) format.