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STANDARDS: Language Arts: 3.1.1.A.1; 3.1.1.A.3; Reading: 3.1.1.B.1; Writing: 3.1.1.E.1; 3.1.1.E.3; Viewing and Media Literacy: 3.1.1.G.1; Speaking: 3.3.K.A.3; 3.3.1.C.1; Listening: 3.4.K.B.1;

THEME: “Winter”

LESSON TOPIC: ”Winter Apparel”

•. Students will be able to identify various pieces of winter apparel. Content:
•. Students will be able to describe each piece of winter apparel’s use (dependent on student levels).

LEARNING STRATEGIES: Students will be presented multiple times with the vocabulary of winter apparel, therefore using the strategy of repetition. Students will also have a hands on experience, by being able to touch and try on the winter clothes. This allows for students to make the connection between the object and the English word, as well as the students native word for the clothing item. Students will also discuss the use of each clothing item, allowing for multiple levels to be targeted.

KEY VOCABULARY: Glove, Mitten, Scarf, Hat, Coat, Boots, Snow Suit, and Earmuffs

MATERIALS: A Snowy Day Coloring Page, Caps, Hats, Socks and Mittens: A Book About the Four Seasons by Louise Borden, Crayons, Various winter apparel (gloves, mittens, scarves, hats, coats, books, snowsuit, ear muffs, etc.) Bingo boards with pictures of winter apparel, stamps

MOTIVATION: This is a first grade ESL class with a certified teacher and two assistances. There are 3 levels of ESL learners, beginners, intermediate, and advance.
As with any ESL class, students are from a variety of different countries and cultures. Some of these students may come from a place where it does not get cold enough to wear any winter apparel. Therefore, reviewing the vocabulary words for various winter clothing items will help students from any type of climate adapt to life in the winter months.

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