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________________________________________________________________________ CLOSURE: HAVE STUDENTS WORK IN PAIRS. EXPLAIN THE ACTIVITES. STUDENTS WILL BE ASSESSED BY: Ø FINDING THE CORRECT MAIN IDEA TO THE READING, THEY WILL DISTINGUISH BETWEEN MAIN IDEAS THAT ARE TOO BROAD AND TOO NARROW, Ø RECALL FACTS AND MAKE INFERENCES, Ø USE VOCABULARY IN CONTEXT. HAVE STUDENTS USE A DICTIONARY FOR THE VOCABULARY SECTION. EXPLAIN TO THE STUDENTS HOW TO DO THE ASSIGNMENT. _________________________________________________________________ EXTENDED PRACTICE ADDITIONAL ASSESSMENTS WILL INCLUDE: WRITING FOR LITERARY RESPONSE AND EXPRESSION, DEVELOPING TEST TAKING SKILLS, TEST ON THE STORY, READ, WRITE, SPEAK AND LISTEN FOR CRITICAL ANALYSIS EVALUATE, ANALYZE AND GIVE OPINIONS OFTHE DISAPPEARANCES IN THE BERMUDA TRIANGLE
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18 WEEKLY LESSON PLAN SUBJECT: ESL GRADE LEVELS 6-8 STANDARDS: ESL 1-3, ELA: 1, 3 AND 5, LOTE: 2, S.S: 1 AND 5. ________________________________________________________________________ INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL : v DEVELOP ENGLISH SKILLS BY WRITING AN INTERNATIONAL REPORT ON A COUNTRY OF STUDENTS CHOICE EFFECTUATING A SPECIAL PROJECT FOR INTERNATIONAL WEEK. _______________________________________________________________________________ INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES : ü TO READ, WRITE, SPEAK AND LISTEN FOR INFORMATION AND UNDERSTANDING, ü TO READ, WRITE, SPEAK, AND LISTEN FOR CRITICAL ANALYSIS, ü TO DEVELOP CROSS CULTURAL SKILLS AND UNDERSTANDINGS, STUDENTS WILL: ü DEVELOP HIGHER ORDER THINKING SKILLS BY CRITICALLY ANALYZING AND INTERPRETING INFORMATION FROM THE CIA - THE WORLD FACT BOOK 2002, ü READ AND WRITE ABOUT THEIR NATIVE COUNTRIES OR A COUNTRY OF THEIR CHOICE, ü EXPAND VOCABULARY BY USING NEW WORDS IN CONTEXT AND IDENTIFYING CONTENT BASED WORDS: SOCIAL STUDIES WORDS, 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, IDENTIFYING DETAILS, AND USING VOCABULARY PRECISELY, MOTIVATION : HAVE STUDENTS DEVELOP RESEARCH SKILLS BY USING THE INTERNET TO GATHER INFORMATION ON A COUNTRY OF THEIR CHOICE. RESEARCH, ANALYZE AND USE HIGHER ORDER LEARNING SKILLS TO SUMMARIZE AND ORGANIZE NOTES FOR A WRITING REPORT. STUDENTS WILL STUDY AND ANALYZE INFORMATION FROM A COUNTRY OF THEIR CHOICE USING THE TEACHER MADE STUDY GUIDE. TEACHER WILL CONFERENCE WITH STUDENTS. SKIM AND SCAN THE RESEARCH OUTLINE. DEVELOP ORAL SKILLS BY READING AND DISCUSSING DIRECTIONS. ______________________________________________________________________________________ DELIVERY OF INSTRUCTION: TEACHER WILL PROVIDE DIRECT INSTRUCTION REGARDING THE SPECIAL PROJECT GUIDELINES. TEACHER WILL EXPLAIN AND REVIEW THE INFORMATION OUTLINE FROM THE WORLD FACT BOOK. STUDENTS WILL BEGIN THE WRITING PROCESS OF PREWRITING AND DRAFTING. ADVANCED
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19 STUDENTS WILL ACT AS FACILITATORS. STUDENTS WILL COMPLETE THE TEACHER MADE WORKSHEETS AND USE LIBRARY RESOURCES TO FACILITATE COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT. ______________________________________________________________________________________ CLOSURE: STUDENTS WILL BE ASSESSED BY: § ACTIVE PARTICIPATION, § CONFERENCING RESULTS, § USING RESEARCH NOTES EFFECTIVELY, § WORKING COOPERATIVELY IN GROUPS TO SEEK AND UTILIZE KNOWLEDGE, § UTILIZING LIBRARY RESOURCES TO FIND ANSWERS, § ANALYZING AND ANSWERING CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS QUESTIONS, § REVISING, EDITING, AND PUBLISHING A FINAL COPY OF THE SPECIAL PROJECT, ________________________________________________________________________ EXTENDED PRACTICE:
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