alvindavis99

CIP School in the Phils.

Fully English Proficient

on May 26, 2013

www.homelessnessolutions.com

“TEACHER” “ALVIN”

Non-English Proficient

Teacher Modeled Instruction

6.4 Revises writing, with teacher assistance, to include details in English.

_ Teacher models revisions and rewrites a short paragraph

_ Use interactive writing/editing

_ Use trait language to revise; e.g. writing guide

Limited English Proficient

Teacher Guided Instruction

6.4 Revises writing for detail and clarity in English.

_ With teacher guidance, have students use response groups and writing traits; e.g. Writing Guide*

_ Have students use writing trait activities, ideas and language such as

Sentence combining

• Showing versus telling

• Active versus passive verbs

• Collecting interesting words

Fully English Proficient

Independent with Teacher as Monitor

6.4 Revises drafts, using an established rubric, to improve the coherence and logical progression of ideas with attention to introductions, transitions and conclusions.

_ Group students into teams that review and revise writing according to a rubric

_ Use response groups

_ See Writing Traits Guide*

_ Refer to the trait of organization in Writing Traits Guide

Non-English Proficient

Teacher Modeled Instruction

6.5 Edits, with teacher assistance, for correct word usage in English.

_ Use interactive writing with focus on

• Use of present tense

• Period at end of sentence

• Capital letter to begin sentence and proper noun (person’s name)

_ Create simple sentences with some assistance

Limited English Proficient

Teacher Guided Instruction

6.5 Edits, with teacher assistance, for correct word usage and conventions in English.

_ Expand vocabulary; i.e. Writing Traits Guide “word choice”

_ Have students use appropriate language

• Subject/Verb agreement

• Tenses

• Pronoun agreement

• Plural noun/verb

• Singular noun/verb

_ Use standard English word order

• Model repeated by teacher

• In oral expression

• In written expression

Fully English Proficient

Independent with Teacher as Monitor

6.5 Edits for use of Standard English.

_ Provide practice to use standard word order and complete sentences

_ Model consistent grammatical forms

_ Have students edit for basic conventions (punctuation, capitalization, and spelling)

_ Have opportunities for students to use correct parts of speech, e.g. subject-verb agreement, irregular verbs, 3rd person inflection

Non-English Proficient

Teacher Modeled Instruction

6.6 Identifies an audience for writing in English.

_ Have students read different genres* to establish audiences

• Who is talking?

• What is the character’s point of view?

• What is the character feeling?

_ Have students do shared/ interactive writing to produce notes, cards, holiday cards, or invitations to various audiences

• Friends

• Parents

Teachers

• Other school personnel

Limited English Proficient

Teacher Guided Instruction

6.6 Produces writing for given audiences and purposes in English.

_ Read a story and have students rewrite it from a different point of view

_ Model paired-writing* from different points of view (e.g.; shoes and socks, horse and rider, students and teacher, dog and cat)

_ Have students work in cooperative groups* to write an exchange paper (students take turns writing)

Fully English Proficient

Independent with Teacher as Monitor

6.6 Produces writing with voice for given audiences in English.

_ Have students practice writing to various audiences

• Friends

• Parents

• Principal

President of United States

• Newspaper editor

• Employers

_ Do paired writing*

Non-English Proficient

Teacher Modeled Instruction

6.7 Reads and shares writing with others; responds, with teacher assistance, to the writing of others in English.

_ Have students read compositions to peers, teachers, school personnel, and family members

_ Model writing activity using the “think aloud” method*

_ Edit using key words to express grammatical expressions (nouns, verbs, etc.)

_ Provide word banks* and word walls* to provide vocabulary necessary to complete task

_ Have students write about own Experiences

Limited English Proficient

Teacher Guided Instruction

6.7 Shares writing with others and listens to responses in English.

_ Have students write and share stories about own experiences with teacher guidance, with partners, small groups, class, school personnel

_ Guide and model questioning techniques, e.g. listening/responding Students

Fully English Proficient

Independent with Teacher as Monitor

6.7 Shares writing with others, listen to responses, and makes revisions to drafts based upon reader responses before publishing.

_ Have students share and revise with partner using

• Response checklist

• Rubric

• Clarifying questions

Non-English Proficient

Teacher Modeled Instruction

7.1 Uses nouns, verbs, and pronouns in writing.

_ Model using repetitive text, explicitly labeling teaching point

_ Have students write simple repetitive text to label pictures

Ex.: She has a purse.

She has a hat.

She has red shoes.

She is my mother.

_ Underline targeted structure (e.g.

“She” and “mother”)

_ Describe a picture using vocabulary and structures learned: action verbs, adjectives, different pronouns

Limited English Proficient

Teacher Guided Instruction

7.1 Uses nouns, verbs, pronouns, adjectives, and adverbs in writing.

_ Generate student responses with correct verb form

Ex.: Yesterday I _________.

_ Use CLOZE* passages to teach and practice:

• verb agreement

• Noun/verb agreement

• Correct verb tense

Fully English Proficient

Independent with Teacher as Monitor

7.1 Identifies and correctly uses subject/verb agreement and past, present, and future verb tenses in writing simple sentences.

_ Use focused mini-lessons

_ Use cooperative groups to practice the skill

_ Find examples in independent writing (journals) and rewrite showing correct tense agreement

_ Use personal narratives to write about:

• Past, present, future events such as: When I was Little, The

Memoirs of a Four Year Old

• When I grow up……

Non-English Proficient

Teacher Modeled Instruction

7.2 Writes complete sentences in English.

_ Use simple repetitive texts as models

_ Replicate a sentence from the book with an illustration

_ Have students change text using their own vocabulary

_ Use fill-in the blank writing for personal narrative:

My name is_________.

I am from _________.

I am ________ years old.

Limited English Proficient

Teacher Guided Instruction

7.2 Identifies complete and incomplete sentences in writing in English.

_ Model, compare and contrast both kinds of sentences

_ Guide practice orally

_ Have students write complete sentences that have been practiced orally

_ Have students change incomplete sentences to complete sentences in cooperative groups

_ Have students find incomplete sentences in journals and correct them

_ Have students order words to make sentences

_ Have students write compound Sentences

Fully English Proficient

Independent with Teacher as Monitor

7.2 Demonstrates understanding of and writes complete declarative, interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory sentences in English.

_ Using journals have students find examples of the four types of sentences. If they cannot find them, they must write an example of the missing type

_ Use the following steps to teach sentence types:

• Immerse

• Identify

• Replicate

• Innovate

Students practice in cooperative

Groups

Non-English Proficient

Teacher Modeled Instruction

7.3 Uses end punctuation; identifies contractions and possessives in English.

_ Use simple puzzles to show how contractions are made or model with magnetic letters and remove those that are dropped in a contraction

_ Use TPR* to show possessives

_ Use TPR* and use students as

punctuation marks

Ex: I see a cat. Do you see a cat?

Limited English Proficient

Teacher Guided Instruction

7.3 Uses correct punctuation, contractions, and possessives in sentences in English.

_ Using shared reading*, draw students attention to teaching objective. Students frame objectives using Wikki Sticks* or card board frames

_ Students write simple sentences using teaching objective

Fully English Proficient

Independent with Teacher as Monitor

7.3 Uses quotation marks in a dialogue; punctuate city and state, dates, and title of books.

_ Using wordless books such as

Good Dog, Carl, students write dialogue. Teacher gives mini lesson on punctuating the dialogue. Students then punctuate their dialogue.

_ Have students write letters and address envelopes

_ Have students write dialogue for a story or a play

_ Interactively write models to be displayed as a wall resource

_ Share/write lists or read-aloud books as models

_ Individual reading logs

Non-English Proficient

Teacher Modeled Instruction

7.4 Capitalizes names, months, days of the week, and words at the beginning of sentences in English.

_ Model capitalization of names and the pronoun “I”

_ Emphasize the capitalization of the first word of a sentence

_ Play mail carrier

_ Do interactive writing* to include capitalization examples

_ Have students write sentences using personal information practicing capitalization of names and places

_ Make lists of birthplaces of classmates using shared and interactive writing

_ Have students practice writing parents’ names, address and phone numbers

Limited English Proficient

Teacher Guided Instruction

7.4 Capitalizes first word of a sentence, proper nouns, and initials in English.

_ Teach and practice correct capitalization in:

• Greeting of friendly letter

• Common abbreviations, initials

• Common name of books

• Names of places

_ Do interactive writing showing examples of capitalization for titles of songs, books, and television programs, and bibliographies

_ Use books to draw students’ attention to the use of capital letters

_ Have students find all people names in the room and play a game that incorporates capitals and initials

_ Write title and author in correct form on reading logs

Fully English Proficient

Independent with Teacher as Monitor

7.4 Uses rules of capitalization in English.

_ Model and practice capitalization of proper nouns in subtitles, headings, charts, maps, and outlining

_ Have students edit papers for correct capitalization usage

_ Teach the capitalization of words in a title of a book or entries of a bibliography

Non-English Proficient

Teacher Modeled Instruction

7.5 Uses correct spelling of CVC

(consonant-vowel-consonant) words and frequently used words (e.g., the, is, my) in English.

_ Build a word wall* with English sight words to be used during writing

_ Use Word Wall* during every interactive writing activity

_ Teach use of a dictionary or word list to find correct spelling of appropriate words

_ Hold students accountable for words previously introduced for spelling accuracy

_ Play high frequency word games such as “Read My Mind” or “Tap the Word”

Limited English Proficient

Teacher Guided Instruction

7.5. Demonstrates conventional spelling in English.

_ Have students sort words with specific target elements

_ Edit a piece of independent writing using the teaching principle introduced in the word sort

_ Edit independent writing using

Word Wall

_ Use word family games to build word family charts from Phonics

Fully English Proficient

Independent with Teacher as Monitor

7.5 Uses correct spelling of frequently used words in writing and containing affixes, contractions, compounds, and common homophones, (e.g., bear-bare) and words necessary to topic in English.

_ Have students edit independent writing for correct spelling using word walls* or personal word dictionaries

_ Have students edit independent writing using content word wall

_ Teach models and teaches interactive editing* (see Swartz, et al, Interactive Writing and

Interactive Editing)

_ Use bilingual dictionary to check meaning and spelling

Non-English Proficient

Teacher Modeled Instruction

7.6 Prints legibly using left-to-right, top-to-bottom directionality and correct spacing between letters and words.

_ Develop through interactive writing, shared writing or dictations

_ Model how to hold pencil with control

_ Demonstrate letter forming: Use “house model” The letter must reach the ceiling and go to the floor (lowercase) Uppercase needs to hit the roof.

_ Provide opportunities for use of pencil, crayon, marker, etc.

_ Practice writing letters on sandpaper, in sand, salt, or rice; finger paint on desk with shaving cream or pudding

Limited English Proficient

Teacher Guided Instruction

7.6 Creates readable compositions that are legible.

_ Provide guided practice for writing

_ Have students write letters, words, and stories using correct information, either manuscript or cursive writing

_ Have students write simple dictation

_ Use computer to assist with editing Stage

Fully English Proficient

Independent with Teacher as Monitor

7.6 Using cursive writing creates readable and legible compositions, adhering to margins and correct spacing between letters in a word and words in a sentence.

_ Periodically, have students take their writing through the editing stage.

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