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Project Moving Forward Stories

June 10, 2017

Vania is a student attending Seneca Elementary School, in Ms. Hile’s fourth grade classroom. Vania loves hanging out with her friends, drawing and creating stories. She is extremely talented and is always willing to learn new topics in her class. The only problem Vania faced on a day-to-day basis, before she was exposed to Project Moving Forward, was the fact that she could not speak, read or understand the English language. A...

June 10, 2017

Project Moving Forward using the RULE of 3, enabled me to help an Arabic speaker named Moosada to learn English.  Masooda is in Mrs. Johnson’s fifth grade at Seneca Elementary School.  At first, it was hard to communicate with Moosada because she understood very little English and I did not speak Arabic. She had difficulty  understanding even simple English instructions. Therefore, I began to teach her English using the RULE o...

June 10, 2017

When I first signed up for Project Moving Forward, I had never taught in a certain specified way before. I had only explained and hoped that the student would understand. As an intern for Project Moving Forward, I was taught to use a new and well thought-out way of teaching. It is called The RULE of 3 or RAP. When hearing about this new method and the science to back it up, I knew I needed to start implementing as much of this...

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