Build Knowledge and Language
• Build background knowledge about the module topic. • Make personal connections to the module topic. • Pronounce new concept words and listen to their meanings. • Respond to questions using new concept words and complete sentences. LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Introduce the Concept
MODULE 5 POSTER
I Can Do It!
‘‘ We can do anything we want if we stick to it long enough. Helen Keller
What does it mean to try hard?
Big Idea Words
MATERIALS • Module 5 Poster: I Can Do It! • Display and Engage: Big Idea Words 5 • Chart paper and markers
The poster is still not final, will replace this redux next week
Build Background Knowledge • Share the Module 5 Poster to introduce the topic “I Can Do It!”
• Read aloud and explain the Get Curious Question. When we try to learn something new, we don’t always get it right the first time. It takes hard work! • Discuss examples from the poster of children who are trying hard. • Use ECHO READING (GPS, p. 00) to read the Helen Keller quotation. Tell children about Helen Keller and talk about the meaning. ”Stick to it” is a way of saying “to keep trying.” Helen Keller is saying that you can do anything if you keep trying.
Who Said It? After becoming sick as a baby, Helen Keller (1880–1968) could not see or hear. When Helen was seven years old, a teacher taught her how to use sign language to talk to people. Helen practiced and tried very hard. Soon she was able to speak, read, and write.
ENGLISH LEARNER SUPPORT: Basic Vocabulary
BEGINNING: Point to playground objects on the Module 5 Poster such as the slide and soccer ball . Say the words and have children repeat them chorally. INTERMEDIATE: Provide a sentence frame for children use to describe playground objects on the Module 5 Poster : I see a ____. ADVANCED/ADVANCED HIGH: Have partners ask questions about favorite playground activities: What do you like to do at recess? I like to ____.
Module 5 • Week 1 • Day 1
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