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Week 13---1200_1

Week 13---1200_1 - BLE220 Week13 Critiquelessonplans...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style  3/2/11 BLE 220 Week 13 Critique lesson plans, Set up for strategy presentation Strategy walk
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 3/2/11 {04311700-C3FF-479A-998A-E7CB9F2DACF1} Lesson Modification {00710935-3486-4845-9D0B-55DBFBC715A9} ategy Presentation Work time {15956C83-2BCE-4729-8EB2-085B306E6FDB} Reading Reflections
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 3/2/11 Reading Reflections Share with a partner Add thoughts based on discussion  prompt(s) Cary  Chapter 5;  Reader : pages 83-94  A Case  Study of a High School  English Language Learner  and his reading
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 3/2/11 Lesson Plan Critique and  Modification
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 3/2/11 What did you bring? Find the group of peers (2-3) that have your  similar teaching interest. With your small group, share what lesson you  brought and your thoughts on using this lesson  with ELLs
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 3/2/11 A Critical Eye
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 3/2/11 The Chosen One Pick one lesson plan to use for our learning  experience: Lesson Plan Critique and  Modification
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 3/2/11 A Multileveled Class A. EP students, small group of “long term” ELLs with various languages (one of which is Spanish), Spanish bilingual instructional assistant A. ESL Content class – all three types of ELLs (long term, limited formal schooling and recent arrivals with adequate schooling) all students have Spanish as their native language, but you are not bilingual A. Majority of the class are (or have been) “long term” ELLs (Spanish as L1). There are a few recent arrivals with adequate schooling (Russian). There are a few EP students. You are a bilingual Spanish/English Speaker
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 3/2/11 Critique and Modify Using the worksheet provided, talk  through each of the 6 elements  Discuss how the lesson already (if  applicable) supports each element Discuss and Document – how and why you  would  modify  each element When you modify – you need to use  ideas from the course readings/class 
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 3/2/11 Turn in… Your worksheet (one per group) along with the  chosen lesson plan and the other lesson plans  that you didn’t focus on
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