Dec 2, 2008

Chipmunks And The Writing Process

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is it really GRADE ONE AND TWO ?he he he . Iam sure we will have WRITERS ...RAWIYA you r building 'the whole child '...Your kids are growing in all directions , lucky ...You r always giving ....always resourceful ...i can't forget how you used to supply me and your colleagues with resources through the computer...perfectionist ...
arab beydoun

Rawya Shatila said...

Thanks, Mrs. Beydoun, for your constantly positive comments.

I have learned a LOT from you...I won't forget your encouraging feedback every time you attended my classroom...

you continue to be a huge inspiration to me...

Darine Mohamad said...

from darine mohamad
Ms rawya how you creative teacher you are itts realy wounderful and amazing slide show

Anonymous said...

miss rawya, this activity is really amazing.. reading activities were not interesting at our times.. u made reading books fun and not a punishment..

sawsan

LANA Dulaimy said...

Ms. Rawiya .. thats really amazing & interesting but am not surprised.. u have always been acreative teacher ,, i remember when u taught us ,, u used to come out with Great ideas ,, i ll never forget about the letters we wrote to other students from another schools & we used to get replies for that , & the songs u used to teach us ((MArry had alittle..) & so many other songs .. & also the videos we used to watch .. Thank u ms rawiya .. we wont forget any of what u have done ..

nour succar said...

yoooooooooy these students remember me when i was a little girl and when miss rawya was my english teacher i love her so much coz she a great teacher

Ghina Al-Badawi said...

Rawya what you have done is great!I am sure your students will not facw the writer's block with all this rich input.The stages of writing process are skillfully implemented.alah ya3tiki l3afye.I also liked that you used the drop down menu.i wish everyone would benefit from & use ICT skills as you do.

Norhata Marandacan said...

It's a very nice blog & the activities posted are interesting.
The writing process is given in an active way.
Norhata Marandacan

issam bissani said...

thanks miss rawya good work
ali's dad

ENO Coordinator said...

thanks for sharing this blog, it is interesting to see your students and your activities!

Anonymous said...

It is an amazing work...........wish you more of success .keep on

Rawya Shatila said...

I just wanted to say thank you so much to all of you who have put lovely comments on my blog. It's really appreciated.

I wanted to let you know that my students really enjoy reading them and they keep asking about every one of you...but they wonder, like me, about who the anonymous is!

THANK YOU...

You're bringing more joy to learning in our classroom :)

Dr. Itani said...

The writing process you follow is excellent with v. interesting input.

It is amazing how you make your students write and they are only kids. They are ready fro every step. I like the way they check their work with the writing checklist. I'll show this slide for my students. V. Good Work.
Congrats

Dr. Itani

Anonymous said...

You really work very hard in school. The writing is not as we think. Thank you Mrs Rawya for making our children happy in the school.
Omar's Mom

Anonymous said...

From Aya Dokmak’s family to Miss Rawya,
First of all we would like to say that you are a very special teacher who has a magic way in raising up the students. We truly believe that you are extra miles to make our children feel more comfort and more motivated and to develop their critical thinking by using technical activities which make the students thinks more and more to reach their goals.

Anonymous said...

From Aya Dokmak’s mom and dad.
My small daughter Aya,
We are glad to say in front of all your teachers and friends that we are proud of you while you were going to the park , and sharing with your friends your great moments, in playing and drawing in class. Really you have a beautiful spirit and we are proud of you.

Rawya Shatila said...

To Omar's and Aya's parents,

That was very nice of you. It's a joy to have your kids in my classroom :)

Thank you sooo much...you, too, as parents are part of our team. You're making our job that much easier and more productive.

I'm looking forward to reading more of your comments on our activities.

Brigitte Miller said...

I'm so impressed! Thanks for sharing this with me!