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Teaching Multilingual, LLC started back in 2008 under the name Teaching Bilingual, INC. Based on the most research in the Science of reading for early literacy, a bilingual kindergarten teacher believed there had to be a more efficient and child-appropriate way to teach children to master early literacy skills. Through singing and movement and hands-on materials, students develop multiple early literacy skills in their 1st language, L1, to transfer the knowledge into their 2nd language, L2. Creating tools teachers could use immediately after training was a priority. These tools are used as formative assessments in small-group, whole-class, and literacy centers daily. At the time a prototype was created and tested, and the results were undeniable. Her students had the highest scores in the school district that year.

Lead district curriculum & instruction officials came to visit her classroom to see about the implementation. The initial prototype helped students master all early literacy skills required for students to pass the CIRCLE testing in Texas. The initial prototype of the Phonetic Mat and Tapete Fonético included skills that improved students’ phonemic and phonological awareness skills, alphabet knowledge, concepts of print, and other decodable skills by using fine motor skills, movement, and singing. Not to mention language development and new vocabulary in English and Spanish.

Teaching Multilingual, LLC started back in 2008 under the name Teaching Bilingual, LLC. A bilingual kindergarten teacher believed there had to be a more efficient and fun way of teaching children to read. A fun and engaging method for students to learn the basic skills of reading, such as phonemic awareness and all the phonological awareness skills in English and Spanish. In addition, she thought of creating tools teachers could use immediately after training. These tools can be used as formative assessments in small group instruction and centers. She based the foundations of this product on educational research. She made a prototype in class. Her students had the highest scores in the school district that year.

The district officials came to her classroom to see what she was implementing. She showed them the prototype and how her students were beginning to read in both languages, English and Spanish through circle time, and literacy centers considering multisensory strategies and multiple intelligences. In addition, she devoted herself to empowering teachers and parents through coaching and literacy nights. The system worked not only in her classroom but at home as well. Finally, is through research-based strategies, creativity and fun, that early childhood students learn best

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About Faby Perry Masters, Founder & Director

About Faby Perry Masters in Bilingual Education & C&I with specialization in Reading

Faby Perry M. Ed has been an educator since 2003. She earned a Masters degree in Bilingual Education from Texas A&M University in 2005. She worked in public school districts in Texas for over 20 years as a Spanish and Bilingual teacher, teacher mentor, literacy coach, and trainer. Recently, she earned a Master of Science in Curriculum & Instruction with a Specialization in Reading from Texas A&M International University in 2022. She is a pragmatic educator, an entrepreneur, and an advocate for both the view of the science of reading and structured literacy, students of other languages, early childhood education, effective teacher’s training, and parental involvement. She believes that systematic and explicit reading instruction and data from assessments should guide teachers in the improvement of student’s literacy skills.

Currently, she runs Teaching Multilingual, LLC, and works with two other non-profit organizations in public schools supporting parents through parent coaching and literacy nights. She loves learning and equipping teachers through effective literacy coaching by facilitating teachers with targeted skills in literacy, classroom culture, environment, and effective research-based literacy strategies. She believes in empowering schools by empowering teachers, students, and parents as a full circle in the Science of Reading, reading readiness skills, and language acquisition.

Faby Perry M. Ed has been an educator since 2003. She earned a Masters degree in Bilingual Education from Texas A&M University in 2005. She worked in school districts for about 20 years as a Spanish and Bilingual teacher, teacher mentor, literacy coach, and trainer. Recently, she earned a Master of Science in Curriculum & Instruction with a Specialization in Reading from Texas A&M International University in 2022. She is a pragmatic educator, an entrepreneur, and an advocate for both the view of the science of reading and balanced literacy, students of other languages, early childhood education, effective teacher training, and parental involvement. She believes that systematic instruction along with organic reading based on text should guide teachers in the improvement of student’s literacy skills.

Currently, she works with two other non-profit organizations in public schools supporting parents through parent coaching and literacy nights. She loves learning and equipping teachers through effective literacy coaching by facilitating teachers with targeted skills in literacy, classroom culture, environment, and effective research-based literacy strategies. She believes in empowering schools by empowering teachers, students, and parents as a full circle in the Science of Reading, reading readiness skills, and language acquisition.

 

Faby Perry M. Ed has been an educator since 2003. She earned a Masters degree in Bilingual Education from Texas A&M University in 2005. She worked in school districts for about 20 years as a Spanish and Bilingual teacher, mentor, literacy coach, and trainer. Recently, she earned a Master of Science in Curriculum & Instruction with a Specialization in Reading from Texas A&M International University in 2022. Currently, she is an adjunct professor at the University of Houston Downtown where she teaches Urban education courses related to language acquisition and literacy. She is an entrepreneur and an advocate for literacy, students of other languages, early childhood education, teachers’ training, and parental involvement. Currently, she works with two other non-profit organizations in public schools supporting parents through parent coaching and literacy nights. She loves learning and refining teachers through effective coaching. She believes in empowering schools by empowering teachers, students, and parents in the science of teaching reading readiness skills and language acquisition.

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Phonetic Mat

(early childhood students ages 3-7)

The Phonetic Mat is a research-based educational tool designed to help early childhood ESL, bilingual or monolingual students in pre-kinder and kindergarten master phonological and phonemic awareness, concepts of print, letter knowledge, vocabulary, and fine motor skills. This tool is designed to be used in small-group instruction, centers, or with students in other grades who need mastery of these skills. It can also be used as a formative way of assessment. As the student connects the letter sound with the name through the use of a song, students practice letter names, swiping left to right, fine motor skills, upper- and lower-case matching, letter formation, and onset and rhyme, among other skills.

The package consists of:

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