Viewer - Learning Designer. The English teacher introduces the class to ER, explaining what it is and what kind of benefits it could generate in their mind (link for teachers).
The teacher explanes each teacher of the school (regardless of the subject) will dedicate at least 15 minutes per week to ER, for a whole month (it means that if the curriculum is 30 hours per week, students will read at least for 3h 45' per week = 15 h in a month); students have to choose one (or more) book(s) from a series of books available in the school library and... enjoy!
In a silent, extensive reading. Students don't have to consult any dictionary during their reading time: they have to read without interruption. Anyway, they can annotate unknown words and, at the end of the session, they can looking for their meaning. LITTLE RIDING HOOD. Viewer - Learning Designer. Viewer - Learning Designer. Name Topic King Arthur.
What Is Extensive Reading? What is extensive reading?
Extensive reading is reading as much as possible, for your own pleasure, at a difficulty level at which you can read smoothly and quickly without looking up words or translating to English as you go. In other words, instead of spending a half hour decoding a tiny part of one book (also known as intensive reading), you read many simpler books that are at or slightly below the level at which you read fluently. This lets you get used to reading more complex sentences with ease, reinforces the words you already know and helps you learn new words from context. What are the principles of extensive reading? Start with stories that are well below your fluent reading level, and while reading, follow these principles: 1. (loosely translated from Kunihide Sakai’s tadoku.org) Finally, keep track of your progress: I estimate the number of words I’ve read.
Why start at such a basic level? Why not use a dictionary? How do you find books at the right level? No, not at all! Viewer - Learning Designer. Viewer - Learning Designer. Choose your book!
120 minutes) Teacher take a box with 30/40 books of different level, subject, language (italian, english, french) Students have an hour for choosing a books to read. Every student tell to the classroom the reason he/she has choosen that book, and what he is expeting to find in the book (plot, characters etc.) Notes: Resources attached: 0 Reading time! 540 minutes) At home students read their books . Let's talk about our books 30 minutes) Viewer - Learning Designer. Name Reading: my love!
Viewer - Learning Designer. A new geography 130 minutes) Students already know the caracteristic of hill and plain, and discuss about them in groups of 3 or 4.
The teacher mentions some different plants related to different environments; then each student is led to choose a plant/animal and search as many informations as he/she can about it. The students read informations, pictures, cards and other kind of materials related to the plant/animal he/she chose. Students create maps, figures about what they read. Notes: the teacher should select books and images usefull for the lesson. Viewer - Learning Designer. A journey through reading 60 minutes) The students talk in front of the class about the book they read, and about the country they explored by reading the novel.
For example one studentd talks about Call of the Wild, by Jack London. “Buck, a family pet, is stolen from his California home, transported to Alaska, and forced to become a sled dog during the Klondike Gold Rush. Viewer - Learning Designer. Viewer - Learning Designer. Viewer - Learning Designer. Warm up The teacher introduces the topic by asking the children to talk about ghost stories.
Then he/she tells the children about the book they intend to read: “The Canterville Ghost” by Oscar Wild. The teacher invites pupils, who know the story, to tell it to their classmates or to say the main characters’ names. Using drawings or flashcards, the teacher invites the students to watch the pictures and to guess the right name of some characters. Then he/she suggests a guessing game: “Who is the ghost?”
; “Who is Virginia”; .. etc. Viewer - Learning Designer. Viewer - Learning Designer. Viewer - Learning Designer. Name “ Beauty and the Beast.”
Topic I read and I feel… Viewer - Learning Designer. Name Topic Read the books in english Learning time 125 minutes Designed time Number of students Description For the 5th class primary school.
Aims to increase pleasureto read in L2 . to encourage love for r... Outcomes Editor francis step 1. Viewer - Learning Designer. Name A CLIL/ER lesson plan Topic Learning time 110 minutes Designed time Number of students Description A plan to encourage students to start reading, getting invol... Aims. Viewer - Learning Designer. Name CLIL/ER lesson plan Topic London! Learning time 110 minutes Designed time.