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Are You Ready for LEA (Language Experience Approach) CUEBOLD

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Are You Ready for LEA (Language Experience Approach) CUEBOLD

  1. 1. @TheTechProfe
  2. 2. Lesson Plan: Are You Ready for LEA? bit.ly/boldlea @TheTechProfe
  3. 3. Purpose: The Academic need What is it? The language experience approach (LEA) describes the process of the entire class doing an activity and then discussing and writing about it in a teacher‐led process. The completed sentences can then be used in multiple follow‐up activities to reinforce language learning. bit.ly/boldlea
  4. 4. Purpose: The Academic need LEA can be a low‐prep, high‐energy lesson focused on student interests. It can be easily adapted to different subjects and, though it is most often used with ELL beginners, students at various degrees of English proficiency can benefit from its use. Why we like it bit.ly/boldlea
  5. 5. Purpose: The Academic need The LEA is one of the most widely used and effective instructional strategies in ELL classes. Substantial research has shown its positive impact on. on writing (Arvin, 1987), reading comprehension, and student motivation (Rahayu, 2013). It is often described as a best practice for ELL instruction (Howard Research, 2009, p. 30). Supporting Research bit.ly/boldlea
  6. 6. Purpose: The Academic need Using this strategy can assist students as they begin developing the skills to write informative, explanatory, and narrative text. In addition, it supports students in gaining an understanding of English conventions. Finally, it supports the Speaking and Listening Standard of “building on others' ideas” (Common Core State Standards Initiative, n.d.c). Common Core Connections bit.ly/boldlea
  7. 7. Anticipatory Set: Getting the Learners Prepped ● What do you see in the painting? ● Discuss: What do you think is happening on a calm day by the Mediterranean Sea. A Calm at a Mediterranean Port by Claude-Joseph Vernet
  8. 8. Anticipatory Set: Getting the Learners Prepped ● What do you see in the painting? ● Discuss: What do you think is happening on a stormy day by the Mediterranean Sea. A Storm on a Mediterranean Coast by Claude-Joseph Vernet
  9. 9. Anticipatory Set: Getting the Learners Prepped Anticipatory Set ● Watching a short video clip - Classhooks ● Taking a walk around the school - Photostory ● Making a simple musical instrument - MusicLab ● Doing a simple science experiment - Physics Lab AR or VideoScience ● Creating a piece of art (we've used clay, painting, and origami) ● Going on a field trip - Google VR ● Playing a board game ● Creating a puppet or toy ● Preparing a food ● Playing Frisbee, soccer, or basketball outside ● Performing a simple dance ● Performing an art piece - Google Arts & Culture ● Working in a school garden ● Inventing and performing a short silent play (pantomime) ● Just about anything else you can think of!
  10. 10. Input: Students need information and facts ● Are you Team Calm or Team Stormy? ● Walk to your side of the classroom :-)
  11. 11. Input: Students need information and facts 1. In your teams, decide on a character you want to bring to life. 2. Develop a 5 to 10 second improv skit about your character. 3. Connect your character’s skit to the team’s whole scene skit.
  12. 12. Input: Students need information and facts 1. Team Calm performs their improv skit. 2. Team Storm performs their improv skit.
  13. 13. Input: Students need information and facts Teacher then writes down what is said Give students time to write or draw notes of what just happened.
  14. 14. Modeling: What does the student product look Like? First, we walked outside. Second, we walked to the basketball court. Third, we played basketball Fourth, Juan bounced the basketball. Fifth, Julio threw the basketball. Sixth, we drank water Seventh, we ran back to the classroom
  15. 15. Guided Practice: Teflon/no-stick work for the kids Class can chorally repeat each sentence after the teacher reads it aloud Students can copy down the sentences and can add their own illustrations
  16. 16. Check for Understanding: Know what they know sentence scrambleAs a Cloze Sentences mix up Read out loud Create categoriesIllustrate a sentence Grammar sentence Create their own The text can subsequently be used for different follow‐up activities, including:
  17. 17. Independent Practice: Time to work/create Sketchnote Adobe Spark Podcast Blabberize Flipgrid Clips Stop Animation Stop Animation Jingle Audio‐narrated and illustrated slideshow online Students can convert their sentences into an...
  18. 18. Closure: The finalization of the work
  19. 19. Get the Preso at bit.ly/boldlea
  20. 20. AFTERPARTY 30 minutes unstructured follow up and custom builds on your concept!

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