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  21.   What Should I Wear?
...vel Proficiency This lesson reinforces grade-level concepts in English Language Arts. Students will present to the class a flier, poster, video or style show on clothing worn in the different months of the year here in Ohio and in Chile during those same months. Students should already know weather expressions, seasons, months, clothing and colors. Students will develop a fashion show on what to pack for a trip if you travel to Chile no matter what the season. Students will also be able to use adjective agreement correctly as well as demonstrate knowledge about the similarities between English and Spanish. Estimated Duration: Six...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  22.   Approaching Walden
...of the target culture 4.11 Identify historical and/or cultural figures from the target culture and describe their contributions 5.5 Compare, contrast, and exchange views on an aspect of the target language 5.6 Identify words in the target language that are used frequently in English 5.7 Analyze how idiomatic expressions work in both languages Shanon Gilmartin – Burlington High School, Burlington MA 5.9 Recognize grammatical categories such as tense, gender, and agreement in the target language and English 5.10 Give examples of words or word parts from the target language that have been adopted into the English language 6.5 Compare...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  23.   Creatures of the Dark
...tool for measuring very small distances 4. megastructure: a. a very large, tall building 5. megascopic: f. large enough to be seen by the naked eye 6. megabuck: d. one million dollars Readers’ Theater Fluency Objectives Students will • practice reading smoothly. • interpret punctuation marks to add expression. • perform a script for an audience. READ, or ask a volunteer to read, the Fluency Tip. ASK volunteers to read the Readers’ Theater script, incorporating the suggestions in the Fluency Tip. HAVE students practice the Readers’ Theater script in groups of three. When students are ready, ask them to perform the script for the cl...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  24.   AMELIA BEDELIA'S IDIOMS
...ION when listening and reading for literary experience, to be informed, and to perform a task. Apply Comprehension Strategies When Listening/Reading for Literary Experience a. Before reading b. During reading c. After reading Performance Objective(s) 1. Students will be able to brainstorm a list of idiomatic expressions they have heard and will explain the literal and figurative meanings. 2. Students will be able to listen to Amelia Bedelia. 3. Students will be able to add to list with idioms from Amelia Bedelia (and others). 4. Students will be able to select an idiom to illustrate. 5. Students will be able to create an illustrat...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  25.   Reading – Parenting Issues
...dents come from a variety of cultures. Encourage students to access parenting resources from organizations that understand their unique culture. Preview the text of the article with students to make sure they understand the vocabulary and the context in which it is used. Provide explanations of any idiomatic expressions that students may not understand. Developed by Susan Pittman 05/15/04 GED 2002 Teachers’ Handbook of Lesson Plans RAP + RECORD Read a specific section or paragraph carefully Ask – What are the key ideas? Is there anything I don’t understand? Put it in your own words. RECORD (write down) key words and questions. Con...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  26.   Idioms in Everyday Language
...day Language What synonyms can be used to describe feelings? What idioms can be used to describe feelings? What is an idiom? Understanding idioms, their meaning, and their use in everyday language to describe feelings can be challenging for students. Understanding the difference between literal and idiomatic meaning is an important skill. This project uses both verbal and visual modalities in a complementary way to allow for maximum retention. This project can be done with all students. It can be especially beneficial for deaf and hard of hearing students. Project Description In this project, students working in groups use iPhoto...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  27.   The Delicious Meal?
...ing, drafting, revising, editing, publishing). Comparisons Benchmark A Analyze and discuss linguistic structures and conventions of the target language and English. Indicator 1 Analyze and discuss how various linguistic elements are represented in the target language and English (e.g., subjunctive, idiomatic expressions, word order, use or omission of subject pronouns). English Language Arts Writing Processes Benchmark D Edit to improve sentence fluency, grammar and usage. Lesson Summary: Intermediate Level Proficiency In this intermediate level interdisciplinary lesson, students use grade-level knowledge and skills to apply ageap...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  28.   Les Repas
...ing, drafting, revising, editing, publishing). Comparisons Benchmark A Analyze and discuss linguistic structures and conventions of the target language and English. Indicator 1 Analyze and discuss how various linguistic elements are represented in the target language and English (e.g., subjunctive, idiomatic expressions, word order, use or omission of subject pronouns). English Language Arts Writing Processes Benchmark D Edit to improve sentence fluency, grammar and usage. Lesson Summary: Novice Proficiency Level In this interdisciplinary lesson, students use grade-level knowledge and skills to apply age-appropriate writing proces...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  29.   El costo de la vida
...dents will list five places where they can bargain in this culture and five places in Latin America where people cannot bargain for prices. (See Attachment G, Places to Bargain.) 7. Using Attachment H, Summary/Closure: Day One, summarize the main points of today's lesson by reviewing new words, new expressions used to ask questions about products, prices and rates of exchange, buying power of the peso and the dollar and the affordability and availability of products in both cultures. 8. As an evaluation, prepare eight questions in writing or orally to determine if students understood the material. Example: Cu nto cuesta un par de...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  30.   The Cost of Living
...tion), devoluci n del dinero (your money back). Day Two 3. Open class by quickly reviewing the vocabulary from the day before. Use a transparency of either Attachment A, Pre-Assessment, or you may use Attachment D, Vocabulary Review: Day One, for this review. 4. Present the day's new vocabulary and expressions: disco compacto (CD), investigaci n (research), impresor (printer), productos (products), cambio (change), disponibles (available), revistas (magazines), vendedores (vendors), peri dico (newspaper), A c mo est el cambio? (What is the exchange rate?), rebajas (sales), descuentos (discounts), oferta (special), salario promedio...
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    Grade Level: 9-12


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