Scope And Sequence Analysis

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Scope and Sequence This activity was designed for a second grade students including focus learner students, these activities sheet focusing on the presentation of the story and news sight words learned by the students. The focus learner students have been mimics the vowels sound and phonics, which had encourage the student to repeats and practice the sounds in order to learn the new sight words, The repetitive practices of these sounds has helped the students to building words and create complete sentences. The student will listening and repeating animals sounds and phonics of news words. The focus learned will gain new ways to create words, understand the concept of the story thought pictures and sounds, and eventually write full sentences. …show more content…
Student will take time to read paragraph relevant to the story in order to answer the questions. The questioner will be answer within the small groups.

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Academic Language

Through this activity, the ELA advance student will be able to describe, analyze and interpret the story with their own words adding some news sight words that was given in the activity sheet. , The focus learners will using their visual and audio tools to interpreted and describe the story.

Instructional Materials

The musician of Bremen, Original tale by Grimm Brothers, Wikisource.
Adapted version by Roser Ros, Wikisources.

• Lesson Activity Handout – Provided to students after reading-aloud , The activity sheet include:
• A questioner using proper sentences and grammatical structure. Another activity is using crumbles words to practice the news sight words. The questions are relevant to the story. Focus learners using visual matching cards with picture and words that are relevant to the story. Focus learners working with peer to complete the activity.

• Oral Scoring Rubric –to assessing ELA, ESL and Focus learners, the student will be ask to answer the question according what they had learned, ELA and ESL’s students will read-aloud paragraphs to practices the new sight
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The focus learned have been included in the small group will have a similar assignments but their assignment is supported with pictures and flash cards.
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Differentiation and Follow Up

The theorists Katherine Nelson, explained that children learn and remember by mimic and repeating sounds. Visuals, listening by read-aloud and repeating the animals sounds methods will offers the opportunity to all ELA students include the focus learners to be more proficient and success through their academic level, These students are working in collaboration with teachers and peers in the classroom. This lesson and activities are similar to the ELA and ESL advance student ,with the only differences the focus learners students worksheet ‘s sheets is supported by of electronic device , picture cards , that help the student to accomplish the lesson goals , which is to learn new ways of communication through sounds to develop more

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