Literacy pre literate non literate low literate

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How will I get to know farmer background, knowledge and needs? Literacy Pre literate ( ) Non-literate ( ) Low-literate ( ) Literate ( ) English Level Beginning ( ) Emerging ( ) Developing ( ) Fluent ( ) Farmer level Year 1 ( ) Year 2 ( ) Year 3 ( ) Year 4 ( ) Culture Experience in formal education Age (adults) Ways of knowing TIPS FOR THE LEARNING PLAN: Create a text rich environment only with the key vocabulary needed Use peer teaching and strategic grouping when possible If discussing objects and vocab (vegetables, tools, and display items) bring in the real object if possible. For dialogue practice or role play, use farmers own wording for dialogue strips etc. (LEA Language Experience Approach) Make workshop as hands on, participatory and physical as possible (TPR total physical response). STRATEGIES TO EMPLOY: Adapting and scaffolding resources Reviewing Pre-teaching Do you need to pre-teach any key vocabulary words? Any skills they will need to know to complete an activity? Are there any forms they need to fill out? Chunking (strategically sectioning content into digestible pieces, building ideas) Modeling (if there is an activity, do it for them first so they can envision it) Differentiating instruction Grouping (when classes are very diverse: peer-teaching or strategic grouping) Self-direction (allow for adults to direct their own learning path when appropriate) Differentiate assessment activities (for appropriate degree of complexity / English) Tools for Assessment Written Oral Visual Kinesthetic Chart Graphic Organizer Records Discussion Interview Oral presentation Role play Skit Speech Teach a lesson Display Drawing Map Photograph Videotape Field trips Oral interviews Play Presentation Simulations Role play Skit Adapted from Tomlinson and McTighe, Integrating Differentiated Instruction + Understanding by Design , ASCD, 2006.
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Workshop / lesson planning template for beginning farmer training programs ISED/NIFTI 2015 Adapted from Tomlinson and McTighe, Integrating Differentiated Instruction + Understanding by Design , ASCD, 2006.
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