Reflection: ELL Students Sequence of Events - Section 4: Share

 

This lesson was very effective to support my ELL students as they practiced retelling and sequencing of events.  I intentionally had the students read the captions in pairs so that all students knew what they said as a way to ensure success during the independent portion of the lesson.  Also, the sketching, labeling, and the addition of speech bubbles helped the ELL students with visualization and vocabulary building.  This lesson also emphasized the lesson the story taught.  Student wrote the lesson of the story at the top of their graphic organizer.

  ELL Students: Retelling and Ordering Events for ELL Students
Loading resource...
 

Sequence of Events

Unit 8: Interactive Read Alouds- Perfect Anytime
Lesson 4 of 8

Objective: SWBAT use a graphic organizer to sequence and sketch main events in a story.

Big Idea: Visualizing, Sketching and Ordering Main Events!

  Print Lesson
4 teachers like this lesson
Subject(s):
English / Language Arts, sequencing, compare and contrast, synthesis
  55 minutes
student
 
1
2
3
4
Similar Lessons
 
The artist was "imperturbable" when he painted the "idyll" scene....???
5th Grade ELA » Literary Analysis: Reading for Meaning, Evidence, and Purpose
Big Idea: We can comprehend what we read if we understand the meaning of the words that are used.
  Favorites(51)
  Resources(14)
Stockton, CA
Environment: Suburban
Rose Ortiz
 
Tall Tales Opus
5th Grade ELA » Tall Tales and Legends Conglomeration
Big Idea: Tall Tales don't write themselves...or do they?
  Favorites(5)
  Resources(18)
Scottsdale, AZ
Environment: Suburban
Heather Robinson
 
Wake Me Up: Poetry through song
5th Grade ELA » Give It All You've Got - Part III
Big Idea: Songs have really cool lyrics: consider what they mean!
  Favorites(18)
  Resources(23)
Easton, MD
Environment: Rural
Christina Jarvi
 
Something went wrong. See details for more info
Nothing to upload
details
close