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We Speak NYC: A Free Award-Winning Online ESOL Curriculum - Shared screen with speaker view
Tara Moreno
11:43
Good morning!
Michelle Perez
11:58
Good morning :)
Sergei Paromchik
11:59
GOOD MORNING!
Marissa Wikes
12:08
Nice to see everyone!
Kathy Severson
12:44
Good morning!
David Rowley, We Speak NYC
13:22
Welcome all! Please introduce yourself in the chat and we will get started in just a bit!
Judy Ireland
13:28
Good morning everyone.
Christi Dingman
13:47
Good morning. Christi from Broward County Public Schools in Fort Lauderdale.
Tara Moreno
13:53
Tara Moreno from the Mandel Public Library. Hi from West Palm Beach!
Judy Ireland
13:54
I'm Judy Ireland from DePorres Place Adult Literacy Center in West Palm Beach, FL.
Noris Martin
14:25
Good morning, from Mr Calle & Ms Martin, from Sumter CI.
Mary Cassell
14:52
Hi everyone, Mary Cassell from Broward Libraries at West Regional in Plantation, FL.
Clara James
15:44
Good morning, I'm Clara from the Center for Adult Learning at the Jacksonville Public Library.
Rebecca DeJesus
16:18
Good Morning Everyone, I'm Rebecca from Orange Technical College in Orlando.
Michelle Perez
20:18
Thank you
Tara Moreno
20:47
I really like that term!
Mary Kaufman
21:21
Hello Everyone, I am Mary Palminteri Kaufman from the Literacy Council of Sarasota
Marianne Heard
25:31
Medication bottle
Tara Moreno
25:32
a woman, a young man, a book, a can, a glass of jiuce
Marianne Heard
25:46
Magazine
Tara Moreno
25:48
they are listening to the other person
Tara Moreno
26:04
they are researching college options
Eric Hughes
26:11
I see maybe a mother and son. The Mother is mad at the father offscreen for not taking his medicine.
Kathy Severson
26:11
Prescription bottle, picture on wall, magazine, man and woman, glass of juice
Tara Moreno
26:15
they are studying English
Susan Bergstrom
26:17
prescription bottle, reading materials, can of food, man holding a drink, 3 people at the table, having a discussion, person not seen is speaking
Mary Kaufman
26:21
video camera, glass candy bowl, magazine, drinks
Rita Vancelette
26:21
Looks like pill container. Travel book ? Video camera
Mary Cassell
26:23
The young man and woman are working at the kitchen table. They are working on writing a script. The camera on the table is being used to film the action.
Rebecca DeJesus
26:25
I see a woman talking to her husband about his health.
Marianne Heard
26:31
They're telling Dad that he needs to stop taking this medication
Marilena Blajian
26:45
three people apparently having a conversation on a particular subject, maybe about a medicine
Terrell Goodman
26:46
Upset with grandpa for not taking his medicine.
Michelle Perez
26:51
I see facial expressions, the two are looking at someone speaking. They look serious, they are just sitting on the kitchen table.
Noris Martin
26:51
Pill bottle; probably a family. Expressions show some concern.
Carla Berger
26:57
Mints, medicine botte, mother, son, father and pamphlet. The mother is expressing concerns about the medicine to the father
kathy Dix
26:59
Daughter is explaining to ill parent about how important of taking medication.
cristina urena
27:00
The dad is eating something he should not be eating. The mom is showing him the medication.
Mary Kaufman
27:09
It looks like the person who is behind the camera but out of the screen has said some surprising news.
Clara James
27:32
There's a mother and son sitting at the table with possibly the father. Mom is holding a prescription bottle. He's drink morir sonando. They are talking about the mans health.
kathy Dix
27:48
Son is student to be a doctor
kathy Dix
28:14
Case study
cristina urena
28:25
Clara, it does look like morir soñando!!!!
Noris Martin
29:09
A med bottle, a pamphlet: maybe looking for a rehab center for someone (the young man....or the father).
Clara James
29:11
Right? that can of condensed milk says a lot. Someone needs to watch their sugar intake lol
Michelle Perez
30:41
Yes, why is gramma not taking her pills!
kathy Dix
31:30
preparing for trip
kathy Dix
32:07
Look like a bag from pharmacy on table also
Marilena Blajian
32:37
enough material to build a 100 episode soap opera
Clara James
34:11
Marilena, I would tune in. A telenovela we can relate to
Mary Kaufman
34:29
How long is each episode?
Marissa Wikes, We Speak NYC
34:55
Hi Mary - They are around 25 minutes - each varies a little!
Clara James
35:17
It was morir sonando!
Marissa Wikes, We Speak NYC
35:25
Great observation!
Tara Moreno
35:57
That's a nice slow speaking pace
Tara Moreno
36:11
especially for NYC, lol
Clara James
36:14
It's a Dominican thing. My dad had a glass everyday until he got cut off by his MD
Marilena Blajian
36:15
she seems a little too stubborn for her age, she should know better...
Mary Cassell
36:27
Are the videos cloud-based?
Marissa Wikes, We Speak NYC
36:50
All of the episodes are available on the We Speak NYC website!
Marissa Wikes, We Speak NYC
37:07
https://wespeaknyc.cityofnewyork.us/
Tara Moreno
37:29
all free, no copyright?
kathy Dix
40:12
I hope we will have access to conference notes after
Marissa Wikes, We Speak NYC
42:18
Our presentation will be available for all and we are going to share additional resources!
Tara Moreno
43:04
tricky!
Greg Smith
43:20
The session is being recorded and will be available to view.
Tara Moreno
45:00
So New Life Café is one 25-minute video?
Marissa Wikes, We Speak NYC
45:50
Yes - here a link to the episode page https://wespeaknyc.cityofnewyork.us/episodes/new-life-cafe/
Mary Kaufman
47:34
This is absolutely fantastic! Thank you!
Tara Moreno
48:00
Yes, awesome, thank you!
Noris Martin
48:28
That
Noris Martin
48:46
That's a great learning resource !!
Tara Moreno
49:27
More seasons to come?
Marilena Blajian
49:27
I agree
David Rowley, We Speak NYC
49:38
Yes we hope to have more episodes coming soon!
David Rowley, We Speak NYC
51:44
All of our episodes really aim to empower people to advocate for themselves and their communities in real world/relatable situations
Mary Kaufman
52:47
Does the scope of the immigrant experience go beyond the Latino community?
David Rowley, We Speak NYC
53:07
Yes, we have a very diverse group of characters!
David Rowley, We Speak NYC
54:05
We have stories centered around roughly a dozen different communities
Mary Kaufman
54:52
Does the study guide classify the episodes by daily living topics?
David Rowley, We Speak NYC
56:45
We can share with you all a list of topics that each episode discusses
Mary Kaufman
58:27
Thank you so much!
Tara Moreno
58:27
I like that "domestic worker"
Tara Moreno
59:01
Rolando will be called into the foreman's office
Susan Bergstrom
59:06
Hopefully Rolando talks to the foreman
Noris Martin
59:18
The foreman is going to kick Rolando out of the job site
Eric Hughes
59:22
The current foreman thinks Roland is mad at him.
Marilena Blajian
59:26
hope Rolando to get courage and follow the foreman and talk to him
KEYLA ABREU
59:38
Rolando is going to speak to the foreman, but he will not care and tell him he is fired!
kathy Dix
01:00:07
It depends if they have any benefits or working under the table
Mary Kaufman
01:00:08
Does the episode discuss the necessary channels to explore in a similar situation?
Clara James
01:00:08
This the new foreman? He might agree with what Rolando has to say
Greg Smith
01:01:24
Please remember to do the session evaluation. Thanks. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GRKS99M
Mary Cassell
01:01:56
Who funds the We Speak video curriculum? So that is available for free.
David Rowley, We Speak NYC
01:03:11
We are based out of the New York City Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs, so our funding comes directly from the city government.
Mary Cassell
01:03:24
Wow.
Michelle Perez
01:04:01
At work
Susan Bergstrom
01:04:07
When you have trouble going to sleep
Tara Moreno
01:04:18
pandemic stress
cynthia fazzino
01:04:19
Before and after work
cristina urena
01:04:20
One of our teachers do that with her class every morning.
kathy Dix
01:04:34
Don't take work home to family
Clara James
01:04:38
Anytime you feel overwhelmed
Mary Kaufman
01:04:44
Our students juggle jobs with many hours consecutively, young children, families who are far away, and the stress of living in a new country and new culture.
Susan Bergstrom
01:05:04
Are the videos developed for different level ESL speakers?
kathy Dix
01:05:37
Separate what important and what is not
Mary Cassell
01:05:37
And does the CCing go away after a certain level?
Mary Kaufman
01:05:37
Does each episode have close captions available?
kathy Dix
01:05:50
let it role off like a duck
David Rowley, We Speak NYC
01:06:22
Our episodes were developed for an intermediate level learner, but we have resources for lower level learners and upper-intermediate students as well. Episodes in season 1 are also a slightly lower level.
David Rowley, We Speak NYC
01:07:14
Yes each episode has close captions! Season 2 episodes have close captions in many languages and Season 1 has close captions in English only.
Rebecca DeJesus
01:07:59
This presentation is so useful!!!
Rebecca DeJesus
01:08:19
I feel like I can start using this in my classroom tonight :)
Mary Cassell
01:09:33
notetaking
Tara Moreno
01:09:37
repeating
Marianne Heard
01:09:42
Repeat
Mary Kaufman
01:09:49
role playing
SUSAN FLETCHER
01:10:01
reflect back to the teacher whaat you heard
Michelle Perez
01:10:23
How do you do that again? Anotate on the screen?
Clara James
01:10:32
Screen share
David Rowley, We Speak NYC
01:10:49
Zoom screen share and annotation is how we do it in our classes
Clara James
01:10:52
sorry, share screen.
Susan Bergstrom
01:11:26
Fabulous!
Mary Cassell
01:11:41
Very teacher and learner-friendly
David Rowley, We Speak NYC
01:11:43
https://wespeaknyc.cityofnewyork.us/
Marissa Wikes, We Speak NYC
01:12:18
We Speak NYC > Teacher Resources Tab
Tara Moreno
01:15:48
and you have spots open for students?
Tara Moreno
01:16:13
how many students in the online classes?
Michelle Perez
01:16:17
Thank you :) great info!
Mary Kaufman
01:16:39
Is this open enrollment?
Mary Cassell
01:17:18
How many can attend at once?
Tara Moreno
01:18:20
Fabulous, all of it, thank you!
Kathy Severson
01:18:21
Super presentation! I can't wait to share all of this with my folks and our students! Thanks so much!!
Mary Kaufman
01:18:38
This was one of the best presentations I have seen! Thank you!
Clara James
01:18:49
Thank you! Can't wait to start using this with our students.
Fabienne Francois
01:18:50
Thank You! Great presentation.
kathy Dix
01:18:58
Thank you all
Greg Smith
01:19:33
Greg Smith smithg@floridaliteracy.org
Susan Bergstrom
01:20:25
Thank you for a great presentation!
Noris Martin
01:20:35
Excellent presentation !! Thanks a lot !
David Rowley, We Speak NYC
01:20:41
Here is the link to our online classes:https://wespeaknyc.cityofnewyork.us/wsnyc-online-classes/
Mary Cassell
01:20:55
Thanks all
Michelle Perez
01:21:40
Great info!!! I miss NY. Great workshop.