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The Fockers, of course) and from the director of Austin Powers, Meet the Parents is a sub-category of comedy that can only be termed "comedies of excruciation,". Watch children's author and literacy advocate Pat Mora discuss partnering with Latino parents. English language learners (ELLs) benefit just as much from their . Lots of sexual humor in forced family farce. Read Common Sense Media's Meet the Fockers review, age rating, and parents guide.
Greg loses his cool on an airplane and gets removed.
Lots of lying and sneaking around by Jack, who mistrusts everyone and spies on everyone. Violence Frequent comic peril and pratfalls. Greg's over-exuberance in water volleyball results in an injury to his girlfriend's sister, bloodying her nose and giving her a swollen-shut black eye.
While trying to catch Jack's escaped cat, Greg starts a fire, causing destruction to the site where his girlfriend's sister's wedding was to be held. An overflowed septic tank's seepage into the yard results in a truck getting stuck and spraying fecal matter on the characters with its tires.
Jack and Greg engage in reckless high-speed driving in one scene. For this important first meeting, try to accommodate parents' requests for scheduling, transportation, and child care.
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Take this time to get to know them, communicate your expectations, and answer questions. Also find out the best way to maintain regular communication with each of these parents. Arrange for a "tour" of the school Within the first semester, organize a general school orientation session for parents of English language learners. With a bilingual facilitator, explain and answer any questions about things such as state standards, assessments, school expectations, language program options, etc.
It would be helpful to actually walk parents around the school and introduce them to key people on staff.
Some states, districts, and schools already do this. Benefits of reaching out Watch children's author and literacy advocate Pat Mora discuss the benefits to reaching out to Spanish-speaking parents.
This video is also available on YouTube. Recruit volunteers If parents are willing to volunteer their time, find out what their interests and skills are. ELL parents may be able to help with a variety of activities, such as cooking food for school-wide holidays, telling stories, teaching a dance, teaching a craft, or making a presentation.
Adult learning opportunities Immigrant families may be unaware of the opportunities available to them. Another way to reach out to parents is to make them aware of learning opportunities for themselves. If your school has not compiled a list of these resources, ask your school administrators to do so. They should call your school district, city, county, library, park and recreation center, community college, and community-based organizations.
Be sure to verify that families are eligible to receive the services offered regardless of immigration status. To be most effective, this list should be made available in Spanish and English and updated regularly. Back to Top References Adapted from: Designing and implementing two-way bilingual programs.
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A step-by step guide for administrators, teachers and parents. For commercial use, please contact info colorincolorado. In the background of one scene, a clip of a violent moment in the film Scarface appears on a television screen. Focker is a sex therapist and is introduced conducting a "sensuality class" for elderly couples. An oversexed dog simulates sex with a cat, a doll, and anything else he can find.
There are breast-feeding jokes, "boob" jokes, poop jokes, fart jokes, and jokes and conversations about vasectomies, virginity, masturbation, circumcisions, and more. Language includes multiple uses of "s--t" in various forms, plus "ass," "crap," "hell," etc.
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