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  • Sports, Pastimes and Hobbies - Activities

    Page 1 of 13 Topic: Hobbies Level: Early Advanced Lesson Written by: Teresa Thompson Planning Format E.L.Achieve/2007. All Rights Reserved

    Level Early Advanced/Advanced Function(s)/Use: Express Cause & Effect, Predict & Infer 7.30 Make and explain predictions about actions or events (week 14) Grade(s) 2nd-5th

    Weekly Planner Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

    Daily Objective

    Students will be able to use (topic vocabulary or

    pattern)___ in order to ____(language use)___.

    Students will be able to use auxiliary verbs in order to ask and answer questions and answers about hobbies using would, and should.

    Students will be able to use conditional statements in order to formulate questions & answers about hobbies.

    Students will be able to use conditional statements could have, would have and should have + past participle in order to formulate questions & answers about hobbies.

    Students will be able to use conditional statements with couldve, wouldve, and shouldve + past participle in order to formulate questions & answers about hobbies.

    Students will be able to use conditional statements from the week in order to formulate the correct

    Daily Focus 1. Vocabulary 2. Language Patterns 3. Taking it to Application

    X1 X2 3 X1 X2 3 1 X2 3 1 X2 3 1 2 3

    Topic Specific Vocabulary Bricks (3.3-7)

    Nouns hobbies, and the clothing items and tools or objects that go with them. (A complete list is on the Day 1 narrative on pg.3)

    Same as Day 1 + weather words, and two more hobbies with clothing items & tools or objects generate student ideas.

    Same as Day 2+ a few more hobbies, etc.

    Same as Day 3 + a few More hobbies, etc. From Previous Days

    Grammatical Forms to help determine the

    mortar patterns

    Auxiliary verbs -Would, could, should present tense

    Auxiliary verbs -Would, could, should with conditional statements

    Conditional statements with Auxiliary verbs Would have, could have &should have + past participle.

    Conditional statements with Auxiliary verbs Would have, could have &should have + past participle.

    Conditional statements with Auxiliary verbs would, could, should, and would have, could have &should have + past participle.

    Patterns for Prompts

    If you could choose to do any activity, what would you choose?

    If it were (describe the kind of weather), what activity would you choose?

    If it had been (describe the kind of weather) yesterday, what activity would you have chosen?

    What would you have done if yesterday had been weather? Prompts from previous days

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    Patterns for Responses

    I would choose and I should wear and bring ___.

    If it were (weather), I would choose , which means I would need to wear and bring .

    If it had been (weather) yesterday, I would have chosen and worn and brought .

    If yesterday had been weather, I probably wouldve because I couldve worn and brought .

    Responses from previous days

    Structured Language Practice (Tab 4.39)

    How will students produce language - at least 50% of lesson?

    How will you gather evidence of student learning?

    Using My Turn, Your Turn students will practice the prompt and responses.

    Using Lines of Communication the students will practice the new prompt and response.

    Using Think-Pair-Share students will practice the prompt and responses.

    Using Give One Get, students will practice the new prompt and response.

    Using a small group activity, students will practice using the correct response to scenarios in small groups.

    Materials Plus, Routines for Teaching and Practicing (Tab 4.8-37)

    Picture cards of Vocabulary, Pocket charts, push pins, and chart paper with the prompt and response and grammatical forms chart.

    Picture cards of vocabulary & weather, Chart paper with sentence frames, student copies of the question and answer frames, and mini- book.

    Materials from previous days, chart paper with new sentence frames, student sets of weather cards, grammatical forms chart, and student copies of the question answer frames

    Materials from previous days, chart paper with new sentence frames, students copies of Give Get One Paper,

    Sentence frame charts from previous days, list of scenarios, object for a talking stick, and student copies of the scenario mini-book

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    Page 2 of 13 Topic: Hobbies Level: Early Advanced Lesson Written by: Teresa Thompson Planning Format E.L.Achieve/2007. All Rights Reserved

    Day One Topic Specific Vocabulary the vocabulary cards are color coded so the clothing items and the tools or objects are on the same color background as the hobby they go with. Then the cards are color coded again by hobby, clothing items and tools or objects for the response sentence frames.

    Hobby Clothing Item(s) Tools or Objects Playing Soccer Cleats, shin guard,

    jersey Cones, goal posts, ball

    Painting Smock Palette, paints, canvas, brush, easel, oil pastels, watercolor

    Cooking Apron Frying pan, measuring cups, whisk, spatula, pots & pans, cookbook

    Gardening Gloves Hoe, shovel, rake, trowel, compost

    Taking Care of a Pet Comfortable clothes Leash, pet bowls, pet food, disposable bag

    Chart Paper Sample Below:

    Question: If you could choose any activity, what activity would you choose? Answer: I would choose and I (activity) should wear and bring .

    (clothing item) (tool or object)

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    Page 3 of 13 Topic: Hobbies Level: Early Advanced Lesson Written by: Teresa Thompson Planning Format E.L.Achieve/2007. All Rights Reserved

    Day One Bringing Language to Life 1. Teach students what hobbies are and introduce the vocabulary through the picture cards. Have them echo (4.32) the vocabulary words as you

    introduce them. 2. Tell students that today they will learn how to tell about hobbies. I Do It 2. Explain the usage of the words could, would and should and how questions and answers use similar language. 3. Using the chart paper with the prompt (question) and response (answer) sentence frames to model how to answer the prompt with the vocabulary

    picture cards. Model several different responses with the students chorally responding. Be sure to have them think about the response by having them say it in their mind before you give them the signal to respond.

    We Do It 1. Divide the class into two groups and have them take turns asking the prompt and answering chorally (4.32). One group thinks about the prompt.

    The other group thinks about the response. When I give the signal the first group chorally asks the question and the other group responds chorally answers. Then the two groups switch roles.

    2. Choose different students to move the vocabulary cards each time. Do several examples until it seems easy for the students. 3. Then model answering the prompt without moving the vocabulary cards several times. Explain that they should change the hobby each time. You Do It 1. My Turn, Your Turn (4.43) Divide the class into partners and have them take turns asking and answering the prompt. 2. Walk around and listen to make sure students are responding correctly.

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    Page 4 of 13 Topic: Hobbies Level: Early Advanced Lesson Written by: Teresa Thompson Planning Format E.L.Achieve/2007. All Rights Reserved

    Day Two Weather picture cards: sunny, windy, rainy, cloudy, snowy, hot, chilly Chart Paper Sample Below:

    Question: If it were , what activity would you choose? (weather) Answer: If it were , I would choose which means I (weather) (activity) would need to wear and bring .

    (clothing item) (tool or object)

    Day Two Bringing Language to Life 1. Review the question and answer on chart paper from the day before. 2. Tell students that today they will match the activities with certain kinds of weather and add clothing and tools. I Do It 3. Introduce the weather cards and discuss good hobbies for different kinds of weather. 4. Review the hobbies from the day before and add two more hobbies on the 3 column note chart. 5. Discuss what kinds of hobbies you might do in different kinds of weather.

    Sample Activity Clothing items Tools or objects skateboarding

    Knee pads, helmet, elbow pads

    skateboard

    6. Introduce the new question and answer on the chart paper. Have students echo (4.32) you several times. Review by moving the vocabulary cards first, then without moving the cards.

    We Do It 1. Divide students into two groups. Have each group of students line up their chairs into two lines facing each other.

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    Page 5 of 13 Topic: Hobbies Level: Early Advanced Lesson Written by: Teresa Thompson Planning Format E.L.Achieve/2007. All Rights Reserved

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