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S I O P L e s s o n P l a n | 1 Sign Language Lesson Plan Tanya LaBounty EED-364 Jeana Garcia
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Learning What Sign Language is Author:  Tanya LaBounty  07/20/2010 08:14:00 PM PDT VITAL INFORMATION Subject(s): ESL, Language Arts (English), American Sign Language (ASL) Topic or Unit of Study: Learning American Sign Language and It’s Importance Grade/Level: K-8 Summary: students will learn about American Sign Language. The students will also be working in groups of two and then showing the class and teacher what they have learned. STANDARDS Standards:
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MO- Montana Content and Performance Standards Subject: Speaking and Listening Oral communication is the bridge to the future. It provides the basis of language development, thinking, gathering information, and shaping how we see ourselves and how others see us. Studies show that over 80 percent of communication is spent in speaking and listening, which lends credence to the belief that teaching these skills is not just desirable, but critical. It is the responsibility of education to ensure that students are prepared for their roles as family members, workers, and citizens through oral communication instruction. The National Communication Association defines speaking as “the uniquely human act or process of transmitting and exchanging information, ideas, and emotions using oral language” while listening is “the process of receiving, constructing meaning from, and responding to spoken and/or nonverbal messages.” Area : Content Standards Standard 3: Students apply a range of skills and strategies to speaking and listening. Speakers carefully select a topic organization, development, language, and delivery techniques appropriate to the audience and situation. Listeners choose strategies to draw connections as they monitor understanding, evaluate information, enhance aesthetic experiences, and overcome listening barriers. Good listening is active, learned, and developed through practice.
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Grade : Upon Graduation—End of Grade 12 Benchmark : use informal, standard, and technical verbal language effectively to fit the purpose, audience, occasion and task. Benchmark : apply, analyze and evaluate effective verbal and nonverbal skills to enhance presentations and m Benchmark : monitor understanding by identifying and using strategies (e.g., asking probing questions, parap Benchmark : compare and contrast one’s experiences, information, and insights with the message in a variety
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SIOP (STRUCTURED INSTRUCTION OBSERVATION PROTOCOL) LESSON PLAN
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