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Breakout Session: Dual Language 1st grade

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Reina F. McKenzie, District 54

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4-12-2021 12:15 PM

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4-12-2021 1:20 PM

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Reina F McKenzie is Dual Language Teacher, 1st Grade Instructional Support, and Kindergarten Spanish Literacy in School District 54.

Reina F McKenzie is Dual Language Teacher in School District 54, specifically 1st Grade Instructional Support and Kindergarten Spanish Literacy. She says, “Prior to becoming a dual-language teacher, I was a preschool teacher for nearly 8 years at various early learning centers in Champaign and Schaumburg, IL. It had been a goal of mine to teach in a dual-language school ever since learning about them during my senior year of high school! Besides teaching, I am very passionate about reading, writing, music, and languages—I speak Spanish, but also some Japanese and Portuguese—and have tried to incorporate each of these passions into the classroom over the years!”

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Dec 4th, 12:15 PM Dec 4th, 1:20 PM

Breakout Session: Dual Language 1st grade

Reina F McKenzie is Dual Language Teacher, 1st Grade Instructional Support, and Kindergarten Spanish Literacy in School District 54.

Reina F McKenzie is Dual Language Teacher in School District 54, specifically 1st Grade Instructional Support and Kindergarten Spanish Literacy. She says, “Prior to becoming a dual-language teacher, I was a preschool teacher for nearly 8 years at various early learning centers in Champaign and Schaumburg, IL. It had been a goal of mine to teach in a dual-language school ever since learning about them during my senior year of high school! Besides teaching, I am very passionate about reading, writing, music, and languages—I speak Spanish, but also some Japanese and Portuguese—and have tried to incorporate each of these passions into the classroom over the years!”