Reflection: ELL Students A My Name Is Alice - Section 2: Interact with text/concept


When students are mapping their ideas onto the circle map, I like to draw a picture and label it.  This helps students identify what word they want to write and those who can copy at this time of the year may do so.  It also gives kids ideas as to what the

  Words and pictures
  ELL Students: Words and pictures
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A My Name Is Alice

Unit 1: School
Lesson 1 of 21

Objective: SWBAT review the alphabet and brainstorm foods that begin with the letters of their names.

Big Idea: The alphabet helps us to read and write. The first letter of our name is called our 'first initial.'

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English / Language Arts, Alphabet, Beginning of School Year, Phonemic Awareness
  60 minutes
a my name is alice
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