Students will design one lesson plan for their ELLs that will address the needs,

Students will design one lesson plan for their ELLs that will address the needs,

Students will design one lesson plan for their ELLs that will address the needs, aims, objectives, and standards outlined in Phases 1 and 2. Students will describe the lesson clearly and include a rationale for how the lesson addresses their aims, objectives, and standards. Students are welcome to adapt a lesson from our readings, giving it proper citation and describing why they selected that lesson and how and why they adapted the lesson to meet the needs of their ELLs. Phase 3 of the Final Project will be 3-4 pages double-spaced.
Sources:
-Brown, J.D. (revised 2013). New Ways of Classroom Assessment. Alexandria, VA: Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, Inc. ISBN: 9781931185981
-Lacina, J. New Levine, L., & Sowa, P. (2007) Helping English Language Learners Succeed in Pre-K-Elementary Schools (Collaborative Partnerships Between ESL and Classroom Teachers) Alexandria, VA: Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, Inc. ISBN: 978-193118539-4
-Lindeman, C. A., Hackett, P., & Harris, J. M. (2018). Level 1 kindergarten and first grade. The Musical Classroom, 111–151. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315210933-11
-WIDA. (2020). WIDA English language development standards framework, 2020 edition: Kindergarten–grade 12. Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System
– Fenner, D.S. (2013) Advocating for English Learners: A Guide for Educators. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press ISBN: 9781452257693

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