Reflection: ELL Students Look Out Kindergarten, Here Comes a Close Read! - Section 3: Extending understanding


As students converse, I monitor and assist where necessary.  I might prompt: Which part did you like better, when Henry was getting ready for school or when he was walking to school?  

For students who are struggling with either the concept or language, limiting their choices makes participation more manageable for them.  If necessary, I have referred back to the text and pictures to give kids the support they need, as well.

  Monitoring conversations
  ELL Students: Monitoring conversations
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Look Out Kindergarten, Here Comes a Close Read!

Unit 1: School
Lesson 9 of 21

Objective: SWBAT examine the relationship between text and picture

Big Idea: What do kindergartners like about school?

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