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COMPLETING THE SPECIAL PROJECT EFFECTIVELY, READING THE REPORT TO THE CLASS, WRITING SYNONYM QUESTIONS, TEST ON THE STORY, v Please note: Ø INSTRUCTION IS MODIFIED IN ACCORDANCE TO STUDENT ABILITIES AND PROFICIENCY LEVELS. Ø THE INSTRUCTIONAL MODULES/COMPONENTS HAVE BEEN ADAPTED FROM: DIRECTIONS IN LANGUAGE & EDUCATION: ADVANCES IN RESEARCH IN BILINGUAL EDUCATION, MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION: STRATEGIES FOR LINGUISTICALLY DIVERSE SCHOOLS AND CLASSROOMS, NEW WAYS OF CLASSROOM ASSESSMENT, TESOL SERIES II,
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11 WEEKLY INSTRUCTIONAL PLAN SUBJECT: ESL GRADE LEVELS 6-8 STANDARDS: ESL 1-3, ELA: 1-4, LOTE: 1-2, S.S: 1, 4, AND 5. ________________________________________________________________________ INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL : TO CONNECT LANGUAGE: SOCIAL STUDIES AND LITERATURE INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVE : TO ACCELERATE ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING BY CONNECTING READING, WRITING, LISTENING AND SPEAKING FOR LITERARY RESPONSE, INFORMATION, UNDERSTANDING, CRITICAL ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION. STUDENTS WILL: Ø READ AND WRITE ABOUT THE STORY OF COLUMBUS DAY AND THE DISCOVERY OF AMERICA, Ø STUDENTS WILL LEARN HOW TO SOLVE VERBAL ANALOGIES AND LEARN WHAT SMART TEST TAKERS KNOW ABOUT THIS LANGUAGE SKILL, Ø DEVELOP LITERARY SKILLS BY RECOGNIZING HEROES AS MODELS OF GROWTH, READING: NELLY BLY: EXPOSING THE TRUTH, Ø ANALYZE, EVALUATE AND DEVELOP WRITING SKILLS: WRITING PRE TEST MOTIVATION: ANALYZE AND SUMMARIZE ILLUSTRATIONS, DISCUSS THEIR JOURNEYS TO THE UNITED STATES AND BE INTRODUCED TO THE NEW VOCABULARY FOR EACH LESSON. DISCUSSIONS WILL BE HELD REGARDING: IDENTIFYING DETAILS, FINDING THE MAIN IDEA, AND SUMMARIZING. _______________________________________________________________________ DELIVERY OF INSTRUCTION: THE LESSONS WILL BE TEACHER DIRECTED. STUDENTS AND THE TEACHER WILL READ THE STORIES. STUDENTS WILL WORK IN GROUPS AND PRACTICE STUDENT FACILATATOR SKILLS. CLOSURE: STUDENTS WILL BE ASSESSED BY: TEST ON THE STORIES, SEQUENCING THE STORY DETERMINING THE WRITER’S STYLE AND TECHNIQUE, IDENTIFYING DETAILS TO FIND THE MAIN IDEA, WRITING FOR LITERARY RESPONSE AND EXPRESSION, USING NEW VOCABULARY IN CONTEXT, SUMMARIZING AND CHARTING INFORMATION READ. ________________________________________________________________________ EXTENDED PRACTICE ADDITIONAL ASSESSMENTS WILL INCLUDE: § RECALL AND FIND FACTS, § MAKE INFERENCES, § USE WORDS PRECISELY
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12 WEEKLY LESSON PLAN SUBJECT: ESL GRADE LEVELS 6-8 STANDARDS: ELA: 1,3 AND 5, LOTE: 2, S.S: 1 AND 5. ________________________________________________________________________ INSTRUCTIONAL GOALS : v DEVELOP ENGLISH SKILLS BY COMPARING AND CONTRASTING EGYPT, LEBANON AND SYRIA WITH THE UNITED STATES EFFECTUATING A SPECIAL PROJECT FOR INTERNATIONAL WEEK. _______________________________________________________________________________ INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVE : TO LISTEN, SPEAK, READ, AND WRITE IN ENGLISH FOR INFORMATION, UNDERSTANDING, AND SOCIAL INTERACTION. STUDENTS WILL: ü DEVELOP HIGHER ORDER THINKING SKILLS BY WORKING IN COOPERATIVE LEARNING GROUPS, ü READ AND WRITE ABOUT SYRIA, LEBANON AND EGYPT, ü EXPAND VOCABULARY BY USING NEW WORDS IN CONTEXT AND IDENTIFYING CONTENT BASED WORDS: SOCIAL STUDIES WORDS, ü DEVELOP CROSS CULTURAL SKILLS AND UNDERSTANDINGS, ü READ FOR INFORMATION, UNDERSTANDING AND CRITICAL ANALYSIS: MAHATMA GANDHI: THE PEACEFUL WAY AND OTHER READINGS APPROPRIATE TO PROFICIENCY LEVELS, ü DEVELOP ENGLISH PROFICIENCY LEVELS BY READING FOR THE MAIN IDEA,
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