A New Light on Literacy: Early Reading Intervention for English Language Learners [article]

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1. Teacher prepares word cards by writing the word on one side and the definition and example sentence on the other side. 2. Teacher introduces three vocabulary words. 3. Teacher reads a portion of the story book aloud. 4. Students retell the events that took place in the story. 5. Teacher rereads the portion of story book as students listen for new vocabulary words. 6. Students demonstrate understanding of new vocabulary words by using them in sentences. Day 1 Passage for Day 1-Begin reading
more » ... very Saturday Maria Lili looked forward to making..." Stop reading... "plantains for four pounds of thick cassava." Vocabulary words for Day 1 simmering (verb) cooking slowly aroma (noun) the smell of something prepare (verb) make, put together Introduce Vocabulary Procedure: 1. Teacher says the word. 2. Students say the word. 3. Teacher shows the word card. 4. Teacher defines the word. 5. Teacher uses the word in a sentence. Today we are going to read a story about a little girl who visits her grandparents. We are going to learn three new words. The first word is simmering. Say the word. Students: simmering Show the word card. Simmering means to cook something slowly. I help my mom stir the soup when it is bubbling and simmering on the stove. Continue the process with the following sentences. Aroma is another word for the smell of something. I like the aroma of flowers because they smell sweet. Prepare means to put together or make. I prepare dinner by making chicken enchiladas.
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