A: Analyze Learners
My students are Russian kids and teenagers that have just arrived in the United States.
They speak Eng...
S: Select the 3 M’s (Method, Media, Materials)
The methods used will encompass a variety of different learning techniques....
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  1. 1. A: Analyze Learners My students are Russian kids and teenagers that have just arrived in the United States. They speak English, but are unfamiliar with the culture. Their ages range from ten to nineteen. There are fifteen in total: eight males and seven females. They are also all mildly to severely visually impaired. S: State Objectives The Russian students will be the learners and the object of these efforts. They will develop a greater understanding of the holiday traditions of the Fourth of July, which is a strictly American holiday, and be able to describe the activities of what a normal Fourth of July consists of. The students will carry out and be a part of multiple tasks and activities that allow them to undergo the entire experience- using multiple sense that do not necessarily have to involve seeing. They will listen to a few patriotic songs like “The Star Spangled Banner,” “God Bless America,” and “My Country Tis of Thee” and, afterwards, discuss and review what the meanings are behind them. They will be presented with a few all-American kind of foods that could be seen at a cookout or gathering where they will taste and get the feel of the atmosphere usually associated with Fourth of July. Next, fireworks will be played for them to hear- the official symbol of Fourth of July. These activities can take place over a number of hours or a day. It can be a full days experience of the American holiday. By the end of the experience, the students should have a full understanding of the holiday- 100%. If there are any misunderstandings, questions can be raised and answered to make sure everyone is on the same level.
  2. 2. S: Select the 3 M’s (Method, Media, Materials) The methods used will encompass a variety of different learning techniques. There will be hands on activities like the food tasting which involves multiple senses. Materials needed will be willing attitudes, food, plates, forks, drinks, cups, etc. Listening to the songs and fireworks can be used from playing the songs off the internet- pulled up from YouTube or another music and video site. Internet is needed as well as working speakers. U: Utilize Media and Materials The students will be receiving the benefit of the media and materials. It isn’t anything too involved, so it shouldn’t be too hard to incorporate in the lesson, while keeping discussion open. I will get the materials and together and prepare, then teach the material. The students listen, participate, and learn. The media and materials (internet and food materials) will give a better experience than just talking at the students. R: Require Learner Participation The students can break up into groups of about 4 groups of 3 and come up with a couple things that stand out to them about the Fourth of July, things that they like, etc. Then they can share with the class. E: Evaluate and Revise Evaluation can be the group work, as well as participation, and a written or oral essay or presentation.

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