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Running head: SPEAKING, LISTENING, WRITING ACTIVITIESSpeaking, Listening, and Writing ActivitiesTanyan WhyteGrand Canyon University: ELM 580June 24, 20201
SPEAKING, LISTENING, WRITING ACTIVITIESSpeaking, Listening, and Writing ActivitiesPart 1: TemplateExample 1ELA State Standard(s):CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.SL.3.1- Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions (one-on-one, in groups, and teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 3 topics and texts, building on others'' ideas and expressing their own clearly.Learning Objective(s):After reading the text “Working Together” students will be able to:1.Follow rules for polite, respectful classroom conversation.2.Contribute relevant ideas to discussions.Activity:Engage Thinking: Students will use Think Pair Share to review and discuss the essential question “Why do people participate in government?"Turn and Talk to Share Knowledge: Students should collaborate in small groups to answer the questions below. Students should follow agreed-upon rules for discussions: listening to others with care, staying on topic, and linking comments to the remarks of others. Ask students what interesting facts have you learned from the readings? How could you work to create change at your school or in your community?Share:Invite groups to share their ideas about the questions. Discuss with students how important it is for them to be prepared when they come to discussions so they can provide relevant feedback and stay on topic. Explain that class discussions should make everyone think more deeply about the topic.Differentiation:Light SupportHave partners fill in the chart and then discuss their answers to the Reflect question.ReadingWhatIHaveLearned“Working Together”2
SPEAKING, LISTENING, WRITING ACTIVITIES“Election Day”Moderate SupportAsk:What have you learned from the readings?Draw the chart from the Light Support activity on the board and fill it in together as a classSubstantial SupportProvide students with sentence frames for students to answer.