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Nick Ruggieri ENES 3338 Dr. Kanno 5/2/13 Lesson on Field Experience at Edison High School Context Where: Edison High School Grade Level and Course: 10 th Grade AVID Course Total Students: 15 Gender Ratio: 5 Boys, 10 Girls Race and Ethnicity: 2 African American, 13 Latino ELL’s and proficiency level: 2 of the students were 3-4 (developing/expanding ELL’s), while the rest of the class were either upper level ELL’s, just recently placed out of the program, or bilingual. All of the students in the class were proficient in their L1’s, and the majority of the class had acquired a strong understanding of their L2 language. The two predominant languages spoken in the classroom were Spanish and English and the students interchanged which language they used depending on who they were speaking too. Furthermore, there was only one student who spoke predominantly Spanish, and even she could talk in her L2 which would be English. Since over 75% of the class was Latino based, you saw the different cultural differences in class daily and had to assimilate to those differences. Lastly, it was hard to determine who was an ELL and what level they were at because everyone seemed to be at a reading level below what they should be at besides a select few. Due to this, during the lesson we spoke slower, repeated key vocabulary, and made the students speak out loud and annunciate the words correctly so they had a better understanding and comprehension of what they meant. Objectives Content: Students will be able to identify their learning personality Students will be able to evaluate their learning personality and choose majors/careers based of their evaluation Students will be able to describe the reasons why they fall under this learning personality Language Students will be able to define the varying personality categories (Conventional, Enterprising, Realistic, Artistic, Social, Investigative) Students will be able to debate whether they should fall under another personality category or not LENGTH OF LESSON This lesson will be allotted for a time period between 30 and 45 minutes. However, if I do not feel as if the students clearly understand the content and language objectives I would extend the class time, or schedule another class that hits on the same points. MATERIALS Projector PowerPoint presentation (see attached) Handout (see attached)
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Pen/pencil Internet Access SIOP FEATURES Feature #8- Links made between past learning and new concepts. I wrote this down as one of my SIOP goals to hit on in my lesson because I believe it is very important for students to see continuity in learning, as well as how everything relates to one another. In this lesson I did this in two separate ways. The first way I used this SIOP feature was by connecting personality categories with majors in college. In AVID, we have been discussing ways for students to better
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