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Tools for Communication: Exchanging Ideas With Whiteboard Tables (Video)

Christopher Maldonado, a 9th and 10th grade literacy teacher at San Francisco International High School, shares how his students use whiteboard tables to learn English. In his classroom, English-language learners visualize their thought processes and exchange ideas by drawing pictures on DIY dry-erase tables.

 


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