Pacing esol support for each level el at each

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Pacing ESOL Support For each level EL at each instructional step. Introduction/Building Background : 1. Tell students we are going to review the organs. We are going to play a Kahoot game. Have students list all the organs on the whiteboard that have been discussed this unit. Heart, Lungs, Stomach, Muscles, Brain 3-4 min. B: Review the organs one-on-one. Use gestures and visual aids. I: Provide sufficient wait time. Does the heart pump blood or store our food? Does the stomach help us breathe or store our food? A: N/A Instructional Steps: B: Group with student who can translate.
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1. Pass out iPads and Chrome Books. Explain the purpose of the Kahoot! And explain how the student will play Kahoot. 2-3 min. I: Have a group member read definition aloud. A: N/A 2. Students work independently to complete Kahoot! (process) Monitor students as they are completing the task; review each question and address any misunderstandings. 5-7 min. B: Refer to supports listed above. I: Read question and answers aloud to students. A: N/A 3. Have students use Organ Notes Handout to write down the functions of each organ. Ask the following questions to students when walking around the run monitoring : THINK-PAIR-SHARE (process): Allow students to compare answers with a shoulder partner. 7-8 min. B: N/A I: What is the job of the muscles? Would we be able to move without our muscles? How do our muscles help us? How do your lungs help you? A: N/A 4. If there is extra time: Explain Body Part BINGO rules to students. Hand out game boards and read clue cards to students. 5-8 min. B: Have Biancel work with Berenice or Lizeth. I, A: N/A Content/Procedural Closure: Content: There are so many organs in our body. I’m glad we have learned the function of the brain, heart, lungs, stomach and muscles. *Read functions students created from whiteboard* Procedural: Make sure all the pieces to the matching game GO BACK INSIDE IN THE BROWN PAPER BAG. You can leave it at the table space and line up quietly for specials. JOKE: What did the left eye say to the right eye? (Something between us smells !) 2-3 min. B, I, A: N/A ESE Modifications CPLAMS Access Points (identify access point, if needed) Independent: N/A Supported: N/A Participatory: N/A ESE Accommodations Use immediate reinforcements Allow extra time for assignments Use a reader for content areas and assignments Allow student to demonstrate understanding of directions (ex: repeat/rephrase).
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