Reflection: High Expectations The Adjective Game - Section 1: Why This Lesson?


Oral language is crucial here!  Children typically develop most of their oral language from birth to age 5; this means, we get them after most of their language skills have been developed.  With that being said, we need to do as much as we can to reinforce these skills and help some of our babies develop them!  Oral language is the basis of socializing and is also becoming more and more important in our classrooms as we meet the Speaking and Listening standards from Common Core.  So, we need to really work with students on lessons, like this one, that help them realize the need for good oral language and encourage them to practice these skills!

  Oral language here is key
  High Expectations: Oral language here is key
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The Adjective Game

Unit 16: Meeting Speaking and Listening Standards in Kindergarten
Lesson 4 of 4

Objective: SWBAT describe familiar people, places, things, and events using adjectives.

Big Idea: Play a game that intertwines speaking and language skills!

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