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OPS At Home Learning: K-6 English Learners

Grade level resources

Choice Activities K-2

Listen to a T.V. show.  

Tell or write about the show. You could also draw a picture.  Was it funny or interesting? Did you learn something new? What happened?

  • The show was about ___________.
  • The show was funny because ________.
  • An interesting part was __________.

Read a book or have someone read to you.

Tell or write about the book.  What do you see in the pictures?  Who was the book about? Did you learn something new?  What happened?
 

  • The title of the book is ________.
  • The book was about ___________.
  • I learned ________.
  • My favorite part was __________.

Resources K-2

National Geographic Kids  This website has several videos, articles and images about Science and Social Studies topics.

  • Click on VIDEOS.  Learn about something new.  Write or tell someone about what you learned.
  • Click on ANIMALS.  Learn about an animal.  Write or tell someone about what you learned.
  • Click on EXPLORE.  Learn about a country or a job.  Write or tell someone about what you learned.
  • Click on GAMES.  Try out a fun quiz.  See how much you know!

Education.com Online games for English learners to practice basic skills using games for sight-word reading, math concepts, and reading activities. 

  • Click on a game you want to play.
  • It may ask you who is going to use this.  Click on “Myself”. 
  • You might need to enter your birthday.

Your game will be ready to play!

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TEACHER TV (TV HECHO POR MAESTROS) 

STREAM/WATCH LIVE, OR ON DEMAND!  

(STREAM/TV EN VIVO, O POR DEMANDA! COMPARTE) 

 

Monday through Friday (Lunes a Viernes) 

  • 9 - 11 AM - Elementary Education (Educación primari) 

  • 1 - 3 PM - Secondary Education (Educación secundaria) 

 

To watch previous broadcasts, click here (Para ver transmisiones anteriores, haga clic aquí):   https://metro.newschannelnebraska.com/teacher-tv 

 

APRENDE DESDE CASA 

La Asociación de Educación del Estado de Nebraska (NSEA) se ha asociado con Flood Communications y las Escuelas Públicas de Lincoln para ofrecer programas educativos para estudiantes de primaria y secundaria gratuitos para todos los niños de Nebraska en español. La programación educativa para estudiantes se transmite de 10 a.m. a 12 p.m., de lunes a viernes. Las familias pueden ver en vivo aquí en nuestro sitio web: http://www.telemundonebraska.com/aprende-desde-casa/ 

 

Click here to find to see if your TV provider carries this channel: 

(Haga clic aquí para ver si su proveedor de TV tiene este canal) 

 

TEACHER TV (TV HECHO POR MAESTROS)

STREAM/WATCH LIVE, OR ON DEMAND!

(STREAM/TV EN VIVO, O POR DEMANDA! COMPARTE)

https://metro.newschannelnebraska.com/watch

 

Monday through Friday (Lunes a Viernes):

  • 9 - 11 AM - Elementary Education (Educación primari)
  • 1 - 3 PM - Secondary Education (Educación secundaria)

 

To watch previous broadcasts, click here (Para ver transmisiones anteriores, haga clic aquí):   https://metro.newschannelnebraska.com/teacher-tv

 

APRENDE DESDE CASA

La Asociación de Educación del Estado de Nebraska (NSEA) se ha asociado con Flood Communications y las Escuelas Públicas de Lincoln para ofrecer programas educativos para estudiantes de primaria y secundaria gratuitos para todos los niños de Nebraska en español. La programación educativa para estudiantes se transmite de 10 a.m. a 12 p.m., de lunes a viernes. Las familias pueden ver en vivo aquí en nuestro sitio web: http://www.telemundonebraska.com/aprende-desde-casa/

 

Click here to find to see if your TV provider carries this channel:

(Haga clic aquí para ver si su proveedor de TV tiene este canal)

https://www.newschannelnebraska.com/channel-finder

Spring Remote Learning Packets

Spring Remote Learning Packets

The International Consortium for Multilingual Excellence in Education (ICMEE) has developed free, supplemental resources to support remote learning this Spring and Summer.   Please use the links below to access these remote learning packets.

Spring Packet A Grades K-1

Spring Packet B Grades K-1

Spring Packet A Grades 2-3

Spring Packet B Grades 2-3

Spring Packet A Grades 4-5

Spring Packet B Grades 4-5

Choice Activities 3-6

Listen to a T.V. show.  

Write 2 or more sentences about the show.  You may write about things that made you laugh, interesting facts, or what happened.

  • The show was about ___________.
  • The show was funny because ________.
  • An interesting part was __________.

Read a book or have someone read to you.

Tell or write about the book.  What do you observe in the pictures?  Who was the book about? Did you learn something new?  What happened?

  • The title of the book is ________.
  • The book was about ___________.
  • I learned ________.
  • My favorite part was __________.

Resources 3-6

National Geographic Kids  This website has several videos, articles and images about Science and Social Studies topics.

  • Click on VIDEOS.  Learn about something new.  Write or tell someone about what you learned.
  • Click on ANIMALS.  Learn about an animal.  Write or tell someone about what you learned.
  • Click on EXPLORE.  Learn about a country or a job.  Write or tell someone about what you learned.
  • Click on GAMES.  Try out a fun quiz.  See how much you know!

Duolingo   A great website for learning English vocabulary and grammar through interactive games and quizzes.  It also lets you set your own goals and monitor your progress.

Here is how to get started:

  • Click on Get Started. 
  • Select I want to learn English. 
  • Select what language you speak if available. 
  • Select why you are learning a language.  Choose School.
  • Choose your path. Beginning English learners choose intro.  Advanced English learners take a placement test.

Education.com Online games for English learners to practice basic skills using games for sight-word reading, math concepts, and reading activities. 

  • Click on a game you want to play.
  • It may ask you who is going to use this.  Click on “Myself”. 
  • You might need to enter your birthday.

Your game will be ready to play!

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