ESL for Early Childhood Education programs in New York and Tennessee by Dennis Hightower and Lor...

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ESL for Early Childhood Education programs in New York and Tennessee by Dennis Hightower and Lorrie Robayo by Mind Map: ESL  for Early Childhood Education programs in New York and Tennessee by Dennis Hightower and Lorrie Robayo

1. Standard 2(NY)

1.1. Students will listen, speak, read and write in English for literary response, enjoyment, and expression

1.2. Objective:

1.2.1. Students can create personal stories that relate to the content material. Students can clearly express their own feelings and ideas about the text and relate to it by creating their own work

1.3. Teaching Practices:

1.3.1. Students can draw pictures about a story that the teacher has read.

2. Standard 4 (NY)

2.1. Students will listen, speak, read, and write in English for classroom and social interaction

2.2. Objective

2.2.1. students can communicate (orally or written)with peers, teachers and other audiences.

2.3. Teaching Practices

2.3.1. The teacher can read a story to the class and have students create a skit for role playing based on the story.

3. Standard 3(NY)

3.1. Students will listen, speak, read, and write in English for critical analysis and evaluation

3.2. Objective:

3.2.1. students can clearly form opinions and ideas based on the content. This can be written or oral.

3.3. Teaching Practices:

3.3.1. The teacher reads a story to the class and the students will describe written or orally their favorite part of the story and give reasons why.

4. Standard 5 (NY)

4.1. Students will demonstrate cross-cultural knowledge and understanding

4.2. Objective

4.2.1. students will display behaviors and language patterns that are consistent with the U.S. culture

4.3. Teaching Practices

4.3.1. The teacher can read stories on different cultures and have class discussions and activities that allow students to show their own culture and to learn about their new culture as well.

5. STANDARD 1(NY)

5.1. Students will read, speak, read, write in English for information and understanding

5.2. Objective:

5.2.1. The student can clearly explain written or orally about the context of the lesson.

5.3. Teaching Practices:

5.3.1. Read an age appropriate story and then ask students questions about the story.

6. Tennesse

6.1. STANDARDS

6.1.1. Social & Instructional Language

6.1.1.1. Language of Language Art

6.1.1.1.1. Language of Mathematics