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Mini Lesson Plan EDU 536 (Based on SIOP Model) Lesson Plan Title: Repeated Reading—Using Script Writing and Reader’s Theatre #12 Reader’s Theatre Name: Dahiana Castellon Grade Level: 12th ELD Objectives: ELA Language Standards for Grade Level ELD students in grade 12 will be able to use content words and vocabulary
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  Mini Lesson Plan EDU 536 (Based on SIOP Model) Lesson Plan Title: Repeated Reading—Using S!ipt !iting and Reade!#s T$eat!e %&'Reade!#s T$eat!e Name: Dahiana Castellon  Grade Level : 12th ELD Objectves: ELD students in grade 12 will be able to use content words and vocabularywhile reading text aloud. ELD Language Objectve: ELD students in grade 12 will be able to read fuently aloud using content vocabulary and academic language. ELD Conen Objectve: ELD students in grade 12 will be able to use and understand content that is read and wrien in this assignment. Cog. Taxonomy/DO Levels Level 1: Dene! Label! ecogni#eLevel 2: Categori#e! $rgani#e! ConstructLevel %: Contrast! Com&are! Ex&lain! Di'eren(ate EL! Language andards #or Grade Level )L.11*12.+. ,da&t s&eech to a variety o- contexts and tass! demonstra(nga command o- -ormal English when indicated or a&&ro&riate. EL! Conen andards #or Grade Level 1.1Demonstrate control o- grammar! dic(on! and &aragra&h and sentence structure and an understanding o- English usage.1.2/roduce legible wor that shows accurate s&elling and correct &unctua(on and ca&itali#a(on.1.% efect a&&ro&riate manuscri&t re0uirements in wri(ng. ELD andards $%&'() *a a++ly Collabora(ve: Exchange in-orma(on and ideas with others through oral collabora(ve discussions on a range o- social and academic to&ics.nter&re(ve: Listening ac(vely to s&oen English in a range o- social and academic contexts.,naly#ing how writers and s&eaers use language to su&&ort ideas and arguments with details or evidence de&ending on modality! text ty&e! &ur&ose! audience! to&ic! and content area./roduc(ve:Ex&ressing in-orma(on and ideas in -ormal oral &resenta(ons on academicto&ics.)elec(ng and a&&lying varied and &recise vocabulary and other language resources to e'ec(vely convey ideas. ,aer-als *Co&ies o- 3ell*3ale 4eart5 by Edgar ,llen /oe*4ighlighters! /ens! /encils*Chromeboos or i/ads*)cratch /a&er*/ro&s and Costumes ey !cadem-c ocabulary 3heatre: 3he ac(vity or &ro-ession o- ac(ng in! &roducing! direc(ng! or wri(ng &lays. , &lay or other ac(vity or &resenta(on considered in terms o- its drama(c 0uality. )cri&t: 3he wrien text o- a &lay! movie! or broadcast.)ummari#e: 6ive a brie- statement o- the main &oints o- 7something8. esearc* 0ased Learn-ng raeg-es 7&rovide text cha&ters9re-erence8   *; )trategies* <12*3a&&ing into /rior =nowledge 7)D,E8*)tudent to )tudent nterac(on 7)D,E8*4ands on ,c(vi(es 7)D,E8 1re2!ssessmen : 4ow will you determine &rior nowledge>)tudent nowledge will be determined according to &revious lesson engagement. )tudents have ex&erienced this reading with the ,otvaton raegy: 4ow will you catch aen(on o- students and -ocus their minds on the learning goals> )tudents will be mo(vated to com&lete and &ar(ci&ate in assignment by rst viewing eal 3orld Connecton: 4ow are learning goals relevant to students? lives>)tudents are learning to engage with a text. 3heyare &rac(cing their summari#ing sills and s&eaing sills. 3hey will be able to &rac(ce  teacher in &revious lesson about listening. 3his isan extension lesson. 3his lesson will be &ersonali#ed to student abili(es according to &revious lesson?s assessment.exam&les done by &revious classes 7@ou3ube8. )tudents get excited to recreate @ou3ube videos and ac(vi(es.  will use this tool to engage my students in the lesson?s ac(vity.verbal sills in a sa-e and -un environment wherethe ac(vi(es are not to be taen too seriously.3his assignment is meant to get the students com-ortable with s&eaing in -ront o- &eers and teachers. !ll sraeg-es 4-ll be researc* based and #rom one o# *e exs. 1lease +rov-de re#erence #or eac*.Teac*er: 1resenaton/ Learn-ng !ctv-tes $ raegy e+s) 1.)tudents will review the short story! 3ell*3ale 4eart!5 by Edgar ,llen /oe.2.)tudents will highlight main &arts! ideas! and events o- the text.%.)tudents will be instructed to summari#e and re*tell the story in a way that will be in-orma(ve and entertaining.A.)tudents will have to scri&t the story and act it out in -ront o- theclass..,ll students must have some ind o- s&oen &art in the recrea(on o- the story.+.,ll students are encouraged to tell the story in a new crea(ve way. 3he tone o- the story can change but the actual story line should stay the same.B.)tudents will &er-orm their crea(on and view all other grou& &resenta(ons..Each &resenta(on should not exceed 1 minutes but they will not be any less than B minutes. Collaboratve $engagemen 4-* o*ers) 1.)tudents will collaborate with one another to com&lete the assignment and other tass. 5ner+reatve $com+re*ens-on and analys-s o# 4r-6en and s+o7en exs) 1.)tudents will inter&ret text and re*tell the story crea(vely and accurately.2.)tudents will verbally re*tell the story through ac(ng and story telling. 1roductve $creaton o# oral +resenatons and 4r-6en exs) 1.)tudents will &roduce a &resenta(on to demonstrate their abilityto re*tell the story they have been woring on. udens: 1ractce and !++l-caton 1.)tudents will read the text and collaborate with one another to re*tell the story through ac(ng.2.)tudents will u(li#e technology to create a scri&t to use -or their assignment.%.3hey will -ocus on using target words and &hrases to re*tell the story accurately.A.)tudents will &rac(ce their &resenta(on and collaborate with one another to im&rove or revise their scri&ts..)tudents will &resent and watch their &eers? &resenta(ons.+.Each grou& will analy#e all other &resenta(ons and verbally give -eedbac on each &resenta(on! together as a grou&. Collaboratve $engagemen 4-* o*ers) 2.)tudents will collaborate with one another to com&lete the assignment and other tass. 5ner+reatve $com+re*ens-on and analys-s o# 4r-6en and s+o7en exs) %.)tudents will inter&ret text and re*tell the story crea(vely and accurately.A.)tudents will verbally re*tell the story through ac(ng and story telling. 1roductve $creaton o# oral +resenatons and 4r-6en exs) 2.)tudents will &roduce a &resenta(on to demonstrate their abilityto re*tell the story they have been woring on. ev-e4 and !ssessmen : hat s&ecic assessment tools are being used> )tudents will be assessed by their scri&ts and &er-ormance. 3hey must demonstrate and understanding -or the text and its main idea by the way they re*tell the story. )tudents will be assessed by &eer reviews as well! these will be submied anonymously to mae sure all students &ar(ci&ated in the assignment. 3his will give me insight to see i- EL students ac(vely &ar(ci&ated in collabora(on &rocess. uden e8ecton:  4ow will you &rovide -or student refec(on on learning>)tudents will be able to refect on their &er-ormance and scri&t and submitany ways to im&rove them. 3his will allow them to develo& their cri(cal thining sills and will allow them to edit and revise their own wor aer they have had (me to see other ideas and exam&les. t will allow them to incor&orate new ideas to their own.  Teac*er e8ecton3*a do you antc-+ae o be a +roblem #or s+ec-9c sudens  ELD Objectve: )tudents may struggle to s&ea aloud or &ar(ci&ate in the lesson verbally.  Conen Objectve: )tudents may have diFculty com&le(ng tass because o- con-usion or misunderstanding the text.  3*a *eory or *eor-ss 4ould mos srongly su++or use o# *-s sraegy ,otvaton esearc* !rtcle: !dd gro4* m-ndse o your re8ecton.*6+://m-c*aelgr.com/%&&;/&(/'</9xed2m-ndse2vs2gro4*2m-ndse24*-c*2one2are2you/ 1. 3*a +ar o# your lesson +rom+ed sudens o move -no a gro4* m-ndse o4ard learn-ng % nd  language%.3*y do you *-n7 *-s +artcular actv-y/or learn-ng as7 +rom+ed a G, 3. ,enton sudens by name and descr-be s+ec-9c demonsratons o# gro4* #or language learn-ng. 4. =o4 4-ll you le sudens 7no4 *ey *ave develo+ed more G5T / G, -n learn-ng a ne4 language<.3*a c*anges overall *ave you seen -n your class *a -nd-cae *a a Gro4* ,-ndse *as been su++ored and ex+anded o *-s +o-n -n *e semeser>.3*a d-d no 4or7 *a you 4-ll c*ange #or nex lesson: ;.Nex se+s based on analys-s o# *-s lesson:!6ac* co+y o# suden 4or7Exens-on: Gased on data9evidence! what are the next ste&s -or -uture lessons> /rovide evidence -or your answer.)tudents will be able to &rac(ce &resenta(on and communica(on sills through this lesson. 3hey will be able to develo& these sills with similar assignments.  will be able to determine how oen and how much &rac(ce they need in this area based on their &er-ormances and &ar(ci&a(on is this assignment.
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