Reflection: ELL Students Mr. Putter & Tabby Pour the Tea Day 1 of 3 - Section 3: Whole Group Interactive Recounting

 

This is the first year for my students with the CCSS. Recounting is a new term and process for my students. In teaching English Language Learners, I need to keep in mind how to best meet their needs. Repetition, visuals,and chunking work very well in developing their conceptual understanding of ideas. That is why I created the large template on the construction paper and used the drawings and words to recount. I explained that recounting can be in written or done orally. Recounting requires a sequence of events. After I finished with the drawings for the first chapter I modeled the recounting from the beginning of the chapter to the end. My students benefit much from this.

I will continue to use these different strategies to build language for my students.

This is me reflecting deeper on my lesson:

Reflecting on rigor

  ELL Students: Recounting
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Mr. Putter & Tabby Pour the Tea Day 1 of 3

Unit 18: Mr. Putter and Tabby
Lesson 2 of 4

Objective: SWBAT ask and answer questions to understand the key details of a literary text.

Big Idea: He has the most wonderful stories to tell, has warm muffins to eat, and good tea to pour. Come meet this delightful character.

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English / Language Arts, questioning, key details
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