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									               Standards-Based Weekly Lesson Plan for Course/Content Area

Teacher: Esman           Grade: 9-12       Content: ESL 2        Room: 334         Week: 2

                                        Weekly Overview
Focus for this week is on developing students’ conversational skills on the topic Work, mastering
pre- reading/ pre-writing techniques, and comprehension a variety of texts about finding an ideal
job.
Strategies include using context clues and visuals to unlock word meanings; 5 steps of
previewing; guided reading; pre-writing process.
Materials include Side By Side student’s and activity books, picture dictionaries, newspapers,
vocabulary cards, worksheets, and vocabulary posters.
Bell ringers on spelling and using new vocabulary will be on-going. Homework will be based on
exercises in thematically connected with the topic Work..




Monday – September 8- The Ideal Job. Noun, Verb, Adjective.
Standard(s) 1– English language learners communicate in English for social and instructional
purposes within the school setting

Domains: Listening, Speaking
Level2 respond (non-verbally) to questions pertaining to multiple -step
Classroom instructions. Answer a range of questions that express personal preferences.
CRI Integration Circle all that appx XComprehension X Word Knowledge X Fluency X Writing
Assessments/Evidence of Student Mastery/Products: Students will be able to read for main ideas,
scan for details,relate personal experience to the text, identify nouns, verbs, adjectives.

Student Learning Activities: Bell ringer: Connect the following words with their definitions: career,
employment, hire, ideal, manager, out of work, resume, rewards, satisfied, skill, want ads. Check
the BR. Pair activity: practice vocabulary. Students write a sentence with a word on the card the
teacher gives them. Their partners turn these words into questions. Teacher explains what nouns,
verbs, adjectives are. Students take notes. Ss identify what parts of speech vocabulary words are.
Whole group reviews the selection p.5 in North Star. The class goes over the ex-s p. 6-7. The
class reviews Keep Track Strategy. On their own: Students read the selection The Ideal Job p.8 in
North Star using KTS. Ss do ex-s in part 2 of this unit (p.9-10) Teacher goes over these exercises
with the students. Ss. retell parts of this selection pretending to be one of the characters. Class
guesses what character from the text is being impersonated.


Resources (Materials/Texts/Visuals/Technology): text and activity books, pictures, dictionaries.


Homework: Ex.2 p,3 p.11,12.

Tuesday-September 9 Focus on Grammar: Descriptive Adjectives and
Possessive adjectives.
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Standard(s)2 - English language learners communicate information ,ideas and concepts
necessary for academic success in the content area of language arts
Domains: Speaking
Level 2 -Ask or provide the meaning of words, phrases, or uses of relevant sources, do task
analyses of familiar processes.
I Integration Circle all that applX: X Comprehension X Word Knowledge X Fluency X Writing
Assessments/Evidence of Student Mastery/Products:
Students will be able to use descriptive and possessive adjectives in oral and written speech.
They will learn to use the indefinite articles” a” and “an” before the adjective when necessary.

Student Learning Activities: Bell ringer: students cross out the word or phrase that is not related
to the underlined words. Check the BR. Review the vocabulary in a circle activity. Check
homework. Teacher explains what descriptive and possessive adjectives are. Ss take notes. Ss do
ex-s 1 p.15. Group activity: students are given a short text. Teams compete in identifying
descriptive and possessive adjectives. On their own ss. do ex-s 2 p.16, 3 p.17. Students read
sample interviews. Pair activity: ss. interview someone who wants to change careers. Ss.create a
list of questions for the interview. Interview the person. Write a report using complete sentences.
Ss present their reports.

Resources (Materials/Texts/Visuals/Technology): Posters, flash cards, textbooks, and worksheets.

Homework: Ss write a short note with advice to a friend who just finished college and doesn’t
know what to do. Write 10 sentences that describe you.



Wednesday- September10- Focus on Listening: Offbeat Jobs.
Standard(s) 2- English language learners communicate information, ideas, and concepts for
academic success in the content area of language arts.

Domain: Reading, Listening
Level1 –Identifying facts from pictures and sentences.

CRI Integration Circle all that apply: X Comprehension X Word Knowledge X Fluency   X Writing

Assessments/Evidence of Student Mastery/Products: Students will be able to comprehend an
excerpt from a radio program .

Student Learning Activities: Bell ringer: Fill out the 1-st column of the vocabulary chart with the
following words: factory, taste, creative, offbeat, flavor, spicy food, contestant, host, taste buds,
insurance policy. Check the BR. Ss look at the pictures p.1 and answer the questions under them.
Teacher asks what things to consider when choosing jobs. Ss make a class list and number the
things they would consider according to their importance. They look at the chart p. 3 and match
the jobs to their descriptions. Students listen to the beginning of the radio program and make
predictions. Ss listen to the selection and identify main ideas ( p.5-6) Ss listen to the show. The
teacher gives every student 2 colore coded cards. Ss demonstrate if they understood the details
by showing corresponding cards after the teacher’s statements. Students listen to different parts
of the program and answer the questions p.6.


Resources (Materials/Texts/Visuals/Technology): textbooks, worksheets, color coded cards, CD.


Homework: Ex-s 1,2 pp.9,10.
Thursday- September 11-Amounts of Food. Reading Food Labels
Standard(s), 2- English language learners communicate information, ideas, and concepts for
academic success in the content area of language arts.

Domain: Reading.
Level1- Identify facts from pictures and sentences.
CRI Integration Circle all that apply Comprehension X Word Knowledge X Fluency X Writing
Assessments/Evidence of Student Mastery/Products: Students will be able to use words
describing amounts of food. Students will be able to read the ingredients on food labels.
Student Learning Activities: Bell Ringer: Cross out the word or phrase that doesn’t belong to this
Group of words. Check the BR. Teacher introduces new vocabulary. Students practice
pronunciation of new words. Students do ex. On p. 20. Students make shopping lists and present
them to class. Students do ex. On p.21 in Side By Side. Students read the story Nothing to eat for
dinner Using previewing techniques. Teacher guides students in reading food labels. Students
answer the questions on p.130 in North Star.
Resources (Materials/Texts/Visuals/Technology): Food labels, textbooks, activity books,
worksheets, food items.


Homework: Compare the ingredients of two different brands of soup/ cereal/ pancake mix/etc,
Which is better for you? Why?

Friday- September 12- Focus on Writing: Audience, Content, and Tone.
Standard(s) 2 English language learners communicate information, ideas, and concepts
necessary for academic success in the content area of language arts.
Domain: Writing
Performance Descriptor (s) levels1,2- jot down key words or symbols from visuals pertaining to
discussions, list key phrases or sentences from discussions.

CRI Integration Circle all that apply: X Comprehension X Word Knowledge X Fluency X Writing
Assessments/Evidence of Student Mastery/Products: Students will be able to analyze content,
tone, and intended audience of texts. Students will be able to write an explanation for different
audiences.
Student Learning Activities: Bell ringer: Look at the letters of the shopper and Mr. Green. Why did
they write these letters? Check the BR. Discuss how different these letters are. Teacher explains
what audience, content and tone are. Students take notes. Teacher gives tips on content, and
tone. Student does ex-s2, 3, 4 p.135-136 in North Star. Group activity: Students write a paragraph
– explanation of the benefits of organic foods to different audiences. They present their work to
class. Teacher helps students with their core subject assignments.


Resources (Materials/Texts/Visuals/Technology): Texts, books, and dictionaries.

Homework: none

								
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