Integrating El Dictado in a Dual Language Classroom
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Laura Pantin
July 14, 2022 1:00 PM
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El Dictado is a powerful tool that can be used in any language to target various components of word study/vocabulary and mechanics. When integrated effectively, El Dictado can offer students a more contextualized way to practice their spelling, punctuation and fluency. El Dictado can be integrated in all grade levels and help tackle the grade-level fundamental language skills that are needed for students to continue developing their Spanish. In this session, I will show ways that El Dictado can be integrated in an elementary classroom using examples of students work and suggested formats for incorporating it into the daily classroom routine.


Grammar, Dual Language Strategies


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Expert Credentials

Laura Pantin has her Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education and Integrated Science and Math with a minor in Middle School Math. She also has a Master of Arts in Bilingual/Bicultural Education from Teachers College Columbia University in 2015. Laura also has experience in educational research in the field of bilingual education. She worked as a Research Assistant for two years under Dr. Patricia Martinez-Alvarez, who specializes in inclusive bilingual/bicultural education. Laura co-authored the article “Creating Shared Access: Bilingual Teachers and Children Using Technology to Multimodally Negotiate Understandings in Science and Language”, which was published in Spring 2018 in the Multiple Voices for Ethnically Diverse Exceptional Learners Journal. She has also been featured in the Our City Weston June 2018 magazine for an article titled, “Gator Run Dual Language Kindergarten Classes Operate for Success”, the Our City Weston September 2017 magazine for an article titled, “Gator Run Teacher Named Bilingual Educator of the Year” and in the National Science Teachers Association Reports in January 2016 for an article titled, “Learning Science in a Second Language”. Laura has also written a critical review in the Worlds of Words Review: Reading Across Cultures electronic publication for the book “All for the Better: A Story of El Barrio”, in their Volume VI, Issue 4 on global diasporas. Laura Pantin has also presented at local, national and international conferences. She has presented at the New York State Association for Bilingual Education, the 2nd Annual Cambridge Seminar: Promoting International Education in Chiclayo, Peru, the Seasons of Learning Conference at Broward County Public Schools, the 2016 Education Service Center Region 20 Language Conference in San Antonio, Texas, the National Association of Bilingual Education conference in Dallas, Texas in 2017 and in Orland, Florida in 2019 and at the Florida Foreign Language Association Conference in Orlando, Florida.