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ABCs of ESL

This unit plan comprises of foundational elements for beginning ESL students.
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Monica Swartzentruber

on 24 April 2010

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Transcript of ABCs of ESL

ABCs of ESL Unit Schedule This schedule incorporates vocabulary,
speaking, grammar, listening, writing
and reading. Names/ Alphabet (speaking) In this lesson the students learn
the letters in their names. This is
accomplished through interactive
stations such as an ABC bean bag toss
as well as a tracing center. The
lesson is designed for low level
students but it can be adapted for
higher level students as well. Classroom/Home Objects (vocabulary) In this lesson the students learn
8 classroom/home objects. This is
achieved through slider games, a
bean bag toss and an interactive
scavenger hunt. The unit is designed for low level
students but it can be adapted for higher level students as well. Colors (reading) In this lesson the students
learn 10 colors. This is achieved through a color wheel visual as well as a student-created mini book in order to meet the reading objective. Shapes (listening) In this lesson the students
learn the main shapes through tracing them with shaving cream, then listening for patterns with hands-on manipulatives. The lesson concludes with an interactive game with shape cut-outs. Numbers (writing) In this lesson the students
are explicitly taught the numbers
1-10 with the use of classroom
realia. The students then create a
class book based on items in the classroom and their knowledg of numbers. Places (grammar) In this lesson the students
use bubble charts and
interactive vocabulary and
sentence building in order
to build and expand on
knowledge of places in a
town.
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