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Old 03-06-2008, 01:36 PM
 
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Hi! I would like to see if anyone has any good ideas to use as an ESL lesson. My principal will be observing my class and I am out of good ideas. My class is 1st grade. I would appreciate any input.


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It all depends on the range of abilities you have... I did a great Kindergarten lesson with letters and Chicka Chicka Boom Boom. Each student had a magnetic cookie sheet with a coconut tree and some magnetic letters. When they heard the letter they had to put it on the tree and then take it off when they heard it again in the story. You make this more challenging for first graders by not saying the letters in the story and making the sound of the letter.

I am doing a lesson later with my first graders on sequencing events in a story. I found this story about a popcorn shop and wrote the main events of the story on yellow poster board shaped like popcorn and the students have to string the popcorn in the order of the events of the story using yarn or crepe paper.
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Old 03-26-2008, 08:39 AM
 
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Do you have to do a certain subject?
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At our school site we do something we call the "Big Cheese" is something similar to "Author's Chair".
1st---Pick "Big Cheese"
2nd--- a student's ask a question to "Big Cheese"
3rd---"Big Cheese" responds
4th--student that asked questions changes it to third party...
5th---Teacher writes it on "Big Cheese Chart"

example:
student: What is your favorite food?
Big Cheese: My favorite food is pizza with pepperoni.
student: Our classmate's favorite food is pizza with pepperoni.
(Teacher writes on chart and "Big Cheese" points to sentence and whole class reads it.)
You continue asking about 5 or 7 questions...

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These are all good ideas. Thank you so much for sharing. I hope to see more contribuitors to this board in the future. It is sure a big help!


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