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T EXAS A DULT E DUCATION S TANDARDS LESSON P LAN Before you begin Title: Have You Ever…? Setting: ESL NRS Level(s): Level 4: Low Intermediate Level 5: High Intermediate Open entry/exit: Yes Context: Academic Standard(s): ESL Convey Ideas in Writing Benchmark(s): 2.4, 2.5 Objective: To organize ideas around a topic to produce a short paragraph Materials: Handouts, paper, graphic organizer, overheard projector Estimated time needed to prepare for this lesson plan: 1 hour Estimated time needed to complete this lesson plan: 6 hours The Lesson Plan Introduce the lesson: “Have you ever…?” discussion. Teacher will tell a personal story Teach the lesson: Activity handout (attached). The teacher models (web) with write-along story. Practice the lesson: Students choose one of the “Have you ever..?” topics (attached). Students organize thoughts on their web and write a rough draft about their experience. Assess the lesson: Lesson assessed by reading paragraph to class. Teacher observation and feedback. Apply the lesson to the real world: Write a paragraph to share at home. 1Submitted by: Debi Roberts, Michelette Keller, Sylvia Glenn, Mary Michell, Robin Simmons, Glenda Taylor, Crystal Green, Steve Obono, Steve Neal, and Annette Campbell 23HAVE YOU EVER…? - Attended a parent conference at your child’s school - Written a letter home to your family member - Had a baby - Attended an unusual wedding - Experienced a death in the family - Attended a community function - Volunteered at a church or school - Returned an item back to school - Gotten a ticket - Attended a school function (family night, carnival) - Been promoted in your job - Applied for a job - Been fired from a job - Asked for a


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