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Preview/Review Strategy


Haley Green

on 5 February 2013

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Transcript of Preview/Review Strategy

By: Hannah Pekel & Haley Green Preview/Review About Preview/Review -It is an ESL strategy used to help English learners better comprehend a lesson while learning English.
-This strategy can use both the home language of the ELL and English.
-Preview/Review helps to reinforce key components and vocabulary.
-Preview/Review requires support materials to help the understanding of the lesson. What is Preview? -Preview is an introduction to a lesson that provides information on the key components the students will be learning.
-Preview can be taught using an ELL's home language in order to help them better comprehend.
-Preview requires support materials such as concrete objects, visuals, activities, and graphic organizers.
-During this time, students use background knowledge to connect to new information. What is Review? What are key components? -Vocabulary
-Difficult/new concepts
-New materials being worked with
-New learning strategies
-New teaching methods Support Materials -Concrete objects
-Graphic Organizers -Following the lesson, review takes place.
-During review key components of the lesson are summarized and discussed again.
-Support materials may be used to reiterate the key components and vocabulary.
-Review may be done in the ELL's home language.
-Review is ongoing and can require additional practice as well as assessment. What happens during the lesson? -The teacher introduces the lesson in English.
-Support materials can be used throughout to help ELL's connect to the lesson.
-Teachers speak clearly and slowly, using gestures and body language.
-Teachers teach lesson in English, making sure the ELL is comprehending the material. Benefits -Builds vocabulary and key concepts
-Allows activation of background knowledge
-Guides comprehension of the English academic language
-Helps English language learner’s organize new information
-ELL’s are learning grade-level content as well as a second language (English) Tips -Integrate technology
-Repeat key phrases often
-Assess students by using follow up activities
-Try to keep lessons short
-Always start with concrete materials (support materials) and then move to the abstract
-Speak clearly and slowly
-Continually check for comprehension
-Build on student's background knowledge
-Keep it fun! Our Lesson Purpose: The purpose of this lesson is for students to be able to connect offspring to their parents. Students will be able to recognize which offspring belong to which group of parents. Another purpose of this lesson is to help ELL students recognize animal’s names in English that could be familiar to them in their home language. Curious George Read Aloud and Matching Activity
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