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Elcc puede#3

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Elcc puede#3

  1. 1. Meeting the Needs of English Learners in After School Programs Part 3: Recreation Time
  2. 2. Review • On a post it, write down two ideas that you remember from the previous training (2 minutes) • Each group will share one thing with the whole group
  3. 3. Objectives • Learn activities to use with English Leaners to practice English during Recreation Time
  4. 4. Nutrition Activity
  5. 5. Key Terms Activity Can be used with students or in planning with a partner •With an elbow partner discuss the rules of your favorite sport •As you are listening to your partner, write down key terms of what is being explained
  6. 6. Graphic Organizers
  7. 7. Sportsmanship Activity • Turn to an elbow partner (preferably someone you know) • Write down three compliments about that person • Share compliments with each other • Practice with students complimentary phrases that can be used during recreation time
  8. 8. Sports Idioms Idiom - an expression that cannot be understood from the meanings of its separate words but that has a separate meaning of its own Chick-isms: Air-ball Boo-birds Bunny hop in the pea patch Caught with his hand in the cookie jar Charity stripe Couldn’t throw a pea into the ocean Count if it goes Didn’t draw iron Finger roll Ice water in his veins Give and go The mustard’s off the hot dog Slam dunk This game is in the refrigerator… With your Table: •You will have two minutes to write as many sports idioms as you can think of
  9. 9. Stretch Your Vocabulary • Front load students with muscle vocabulary (hamstring, quadriceps, etc…) • Use correct vocabulary when conducting stretching exercises • Have students call out the muscles being stretched
  10. 10. Stretch Your Vocabulary • Front load students with muscle vocabulary (hamstring, quadriceps, etc…) • Use correct vocabulary when conducting stretching exercises • Have students call out the muscles being stretched

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