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Talk Show Strategy

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alana banta

on 25 April 2013

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By: Jessica Morris, Stephanie Raygoza, and Alana Banta Talk Show
Teaching Strategy Goals that are addressed To use English to communicate in social settings
To use English to achieve academically in all content areas
To use English in socially and culturally appropriate ways What is Talk Show? A strategy that encourages the production of verbal English based on information and verbalizations studied ahead of time.

The strategy involves three students working together to create an interview in which one plays the talk show host(ess), one plays the persona to be interviewed, and the third provides a silent "acting out" or interpretation for the non-English speaker. Talk Show is Versatile! Gives students motivation to research a group of explorers, literary characters, or even an individual who has contributed something unique to society
Helps students review characters at the conclusion of the reading of a piece of literature
Is an interesting way to get students involved in research on the Internet STEP by STEP 1. Choose an appropriate topic
2. Explain and model the talk show strategy
3. Give the group guided practice
4. Present to the class
5. Add technology (visuals from internet, drawings on projector, photographs, videotaping etc.) Activity One: Grade: 1 ELD Level: Early Intermediate Steps for Activity One 1. Students will be divided into groups of three
2. Each group will be assigned a short story
3. The group will read the short story
4. Each group selects their host, interviewee, and interpreter
5. The interviewee must choose a character to role play
6. The group will come up with three open-ended questions regarding the characters, settings, and major events of the story
7. PRACTICE INTERVIEW: The host(ess) will practice asking the questions, the interviewee will practice answering, the interpreter will practice "acting out" the responses with gestures
8.PRESENT INTERVIEW: After the group has had even time to practice, some groups will be chosen at random to present their interview Activity Two: Interview Influential Figures of the Civil
Rights Movement Interview Characters in Short Stories California ELD Standard: Exchanging Information and Ideas

Contribute to conversations and express ideas by asking and answering yes, no and why questions and responding using gestures, words, and simple phrases. ELD Objective: Students will be able to orally ask and answer open-ended questions regarding characters, settings, and major events utilizing the information in the given text. Talk Show Practicing verbal communication to build confidence, vocabulary, and comprehension Steps for Activity Two 1. Student will be divided into groups of three
2. Each group will choose one influential figure of the Civil Rights movement
3. The group will research that influential figure using different sources (Internet, books, newspapers, etc.)
4. Each group selects their host, interviewee, and interpreter
5. The group will brainstorm a list of open-ended questions utilizing the information they found in their research. The questions will regard the individual's life, trials, and contributions to the Civil Rights movement.
6. The interpreter will be required to use some form of technology to complement his visual signals.
7. Practice the interview
8. Present the interview to the class Grade: 5 Subject: Social Studies ELD Level: Expanding ELD Standard: Presenting

Plan and deliver longer oral presentations on a variety of topics and content areas (retelling a story, explaining a science project, etc.) with moderate support ELD Objective: Students will be able to orally and visually present important and specific information about an influential figure of the Civil Rights movement using an interview setting. Conclusion The Talk Show strategy helps lower the affective filter and English Language Learners are able to gain confidence and competence in production of spoken English.
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