This resource was reviewed using the Curriki Review rubric and received an overall Curriki Review System rating of 2.00, as of 2013-05-27.
Technical Completeness: 2
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Appropriate Pedagogy: 2
This resource is a lesson plan on cochlear implants. The overall lesson plan is well-planned with a variety of activities including surveys, discussion, and video, however, it does not include some of the key materials to implement the lesson. The surveys, video, and lecture notes would all have to be created or found. One suggestion is to use resources from the PBS site for the documentary Sound and Fury (http://www.pbs.org/wnet/soundandfury/index.html). The site includes video clips and relevant resources on the device and the controversy surrounding its use.
Information - ESL - beginner level - elementary age - Classroom Objects
This is a small collection of simple ESL materials for teaching school/classroom vocab and concepts about Classroom Objects. Topics include "this/that", Can I borrow? etc…
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ESL - beginner level - elementary age - Classroom Objects
All the classroom objects vocab is in a chart with simple clipart and the names. They can be used as flashcards or printed out twice and used in different games like "go fish", sorting/categorizing, memory, etc…
There are 2 classroom objects picture dictionaries (1/2 page each), each with different fill in the blanks. The activity involves having students work in pairs to fill in the names of the classroom objects. This worksheet can be also be used with the flashcards as a reference.
This is a one page worksheet. Students will need to use the classroom objects vocabulary they have learned. Using the picture dictionary is a great resource. This worksheet uses "what's this?" for objects that are near to the speaker. "What's that?" is used for objects that are far from the speaker.
These questions are intended to be cut out and laminated if you want and put up in your class. When a student wants to borrow something, it can be helpful to have one of these signs up to use as a reference.