Tag Archives: English as a foreign or second language

Beacon Lesson Plan 10/31/13

Adolescent Literacy Lesson Plan 10/31/13   Title: Why Do Vampires Sparkle in the Sunlight? Aim/Objective: Continue pronunciation lesson by offering relevant, seasonal reference images and vocabulary.  (And maybe find the Headless Horseman’s head…) Required Materials: Candy (courtesy of Mr. Richard), … Continue reading

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Beacon Lesson Plan 10/30/13

Adolescent Literacy Lesson Plan 10/30/13 Title: We Go Together Aim/Objective: Build upon the previous lesson by introducing the sounds made by compound letters. Required Materials:  Flip chart, markers, construction paper Do Now:  Students will return to the previous day’s grouping … Continue reading

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Beacon Lesson Plan- 10/22/13 (First Session)

Adolescent Literacy Lesson Plan 10/22/13   Title:  “Getting to Know You!” Aim/Objective:  To introduce Instructors and Participants to one another and initiate the program. Introduce curriculum briefly. State goals and objectives. Inform students about diagnostic test taking place on the … Continue reading

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Journal Review: Student Diversity

This particular entry will require an introduction of its own, as I believe it to be part of a larger issue that is very hot these days.  I need to preface this by stating that I am a second-generation American … Continue reading

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Perceptions of High School English Teachers Regarding the Use of Computer-Generated Visual Media in Class to Address Literacy Standards, Chapter 4: Implications for Furture Research

Limitations of the Study The study conducted encountered several limitations: ♦ Student population: The students in the sample school perform to higher curriculum Standards than those in public schools.  The nature of the curriculum is more rigorous and in-depth, challenging … Continue reading

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