ELL 351 week 3 lesson plan - 21122

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Does the lesson plan have all the necessary components described in Figure 4.3

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ELL 351 Listening & Speaking in a Second Language
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Does the lesson plan have all the necessary components described in Figure 4.3


The lesson plan is fairly simple; it has the basics that would be needed for a Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol lesson plan.  Although there is a lot of pair work, individual work is also employed in the lesson.

Content Subject: Science
Grade Level:  grade level 1
 Lesson Plan: Nocturnal vs. Diurnal Animals
Lesson plan theme: Which animals come out at night and which ones come out during the day?
 Standards: State Science Standards of Learning, Grade 1, 1.5 & 1.7
 Content Objectives
Students will identify adaptations that help animals navigate daytime and nighttime environments.  Students will sort different animals that are either diurnal or nocturnal

Part one, two and three
What are the strengths and weaknesses of the lesson plan?
When teachers would like to engage students in the lesson they have to integrate students’ prior knowledge by connecting and personalizing what learners already know to the new themes and or concepts.   In this lesson plan educators can use learning strategy of K-Q-L and visual aid images, for example, “distribute a variety of photographs of animals to small groups. Ask: What do you already know about these animals? “(Center for Applied Linguistics, 2010, p.1).  Once we have a general idea of the students’ schemata, we will be able to create a more comfortable learning environment for the learners because we now have lower levels of anxiety (Syrja, 2011).   Teachers can also elicit other types of animals that t