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Title: Wordless Picture Book


1
Wordless Picture Book
  • Presented by
  • Becca Kohler and Kelsey McMillan

2
Background
  • Hector is a 6 year old student in Rebeccas
    first grade class.
  • He was placed in a half-day morning kindergarten
    class.
  • He was born in Colorado but his mother and father
    were both born in Afghanistan. Hector speaks and
    understands Persian and English
  • Hector did not have any formal schooling or
    receive any special services in any country prior
    to enrolling in Kindergarten
  • Overall CELA score at the end of 1st grade was
    Intermediate.

3
ELD structure identified
  • Diagraph TH sound
  • da the
  • den then
  • Overuse of she
  • Transition words
  • Subject/verb agreement
  • Verb endings (-ed, -ing)
  • Present/Past tense verbs

4
Strategy Chosen Matching Game/Concentration
  • Highly motivating and age appropriate
  • Using a game to develop the skill of
    acknowledging diagraphs.
  • Focuses on all diagraphs (CH, SH, TH)
  • Student must find correct picture and word to
    match diagraph

5
Why was this strategy chosen?
  • Hector had difficulty producing the TH diagraph
    sound
  • In his daily writing, Hector frequently struggles
    to use the correct diagraph (CH, SH, or TH)

6
Demonstration
  • Activity was adapted from the ESL Teachers
    Activity Kit by Elizabeth Claire
  • Pages 114-120
  • Each group will be provided with a set of game
    cards to play this game.
  • Entire class will participate in one of 5 small
    groups.
  • Activity includes listening, reading, speaking,
    and writing skills

7
Lesson Plan Demonstration
  • Objectives of Lesson
  • Hector will be able to differentiate between the
    diagraphs /ch/ /th/ and /sh/
  • Hector will be able to sort, read, and match
    pictures and words according to the correct
    diagraph sound
  • Hector will write and say words with ch, th, and
    sh diagraphs

8
Lesson Plan ProcedurePart 1
  • Using the picture cards and the pocket chart,
    sort pictures into the correct sound category.
    (Ex. Chick will be in the CH category, Thumb-
    TH, and Shed- SH). Teacher will model for the
    student, teacher and student will do another
    example together, and then student will sort
    independently. Teacher can help isolate diagraph
    sound if necessary.

9
Lesson Plan Procedure (part 2)
  • Play Diagraph Match Game (page 114)
  • Diagraphs (ch, sh, and th) will be written on
    white cards and picture cards will be on colored
    cards.
  • Place cards in rows in front of players, face
    down. Have two separate groupings, one colored
    and one white.
  • Student will pick up one colored card and one
    white card. He will say the name of the diagraph
    as well as the name on the picture card.
  • If it is not a correct match (ex. CH and a
    picture of a thumb), the student will return the
    two cards to their respective positions.
  • If it is a correct match (ex. TH and a picture of
    a thumb), the student will keep the cards and his
    opponent will take his turn to find a match. The
    student will write his match on a record sheet.
  • Player with the most matches at the end of the
    game, WINS!

10
Lesson Plan Demo
  • Materials Needed
  • Pocket Chart
  • Picture Cards
  • Diagraph Cards
  • Record Sheet
  • White cards with diagraphs CH, SH, and TH
  • Red cards with pictures/words
  • Resources
  • ESL Teachers Activities Kit, pages 114-117
  • Phonics Lessons for First Grade, Fountas and
    Pinnell
  • Assessment
  • Informal Observation and participation during
    sorting activity and game
  • Formal Correct completion of record sheet

11
Now it is your turn
  • Get into groups of four
  • Begin playing game, refer to procedure if you get
    confused
  • Be polite
  • Dont get too competitive, no fighting/rude name
    calling
  • Have fun
  • THANK YOU!
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