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1 Practical Ideas for Multi-Level ESL Classrooms Adapted for ESL Instruction 101 – 2012 Video Resource CD Dawn Saint – Northeast Alabama Community College

2 Using Pictures and Magazines

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4 Magazine Find foods – sort by groups, cost

5 Magazine Find foods – sort by groups Find furniture – sort by rooms, cost

6 Magazine Find foods – sort by groups Find furniture – sort by rooms, cost Find people – sort by characteristics

7 Magazine Find foods – sort by groups Find furniture – sort by rooms, cost Find people – sort by characteristics Use bilingual dictionary to label (laminated or paper strips with arrows)

8 Magazine Find foods – sort by groups Find furniture – sort by rooms, cost Find people – sort by characteristics Use bilingual dictionary to label (laminated or paper strips with arrows) Scavenger hunt – can include words too

9 Magazine Find foods – sort by groups Find furniture – sort by rooms, cost Find people – sort by characteristics Use bilingual dictionary to label (laminated or paper strips with arrows) Scavenger hunt – can include words too Cut out balloons for possible conversation

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12 Using Audio Listening and/or Recording

13 Cassette or CD

14 Voice of America

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17 Thousands of Workers at Ground Zero Still Suffer Lung Problems Many of the workers who served at the World Trade Center after the September eleventh attacks became __________. They breathed a harmful mix of __________, smoke and chemicals in the ruins of the Twin Towers and a third building that fell. Some went days without __________ protection for their lungs. Five years later, many of the thousands who worked at Ground Zero in the early __________ after the attacks still have health problems. Doctors at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City have announced the results of the largest __________ yet of these workers. The results appeared last __________ in Environmental Health Perspectives, the journal of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences. The study is called the World Trade Center Worker and Volunteer Medical Screening __________. It confirmed high rates of breathing __________ in members of the building trades, firefighters, police officers and other workers. Almost seventy percent of the workers in the study had a __________ or worsened breathing problem. These problems developed during or after their time __________ in the mountain of wreckage. About sixty percent still had breathing problems at the __________ of their examination.

18 Thousands of Workers at Ground Zero Still Suffer Lung Problems A study of prepositions and prepositions used in verb phrases (Listen first, and then try to guess at the correct prepositions without listening. Finally, listen again and check yourself.) Many _____ the workers who served _____ the World Trade Center __________ the September eleventh attacks became sick. They breathed a harmful mix ________ dust, smoke and chemicals ________ the ruins ________ the Twin Towers and a third building that fell. Some went days ________________ good protection ________ their lungs. Five years later, many ________ the thousands who worked at Ground Zero ____ the early days _____ the attacks still have health problems. Doctors ________ Mount Sinai Medical Center ________ New York City have announced the results ________ the largest study yet ________ these workers. The results appeared last week ________ Environmental Health Perspectives, the journal ________ the National Institute ________ Environmental Health Sciences. The study is called the World Trade Center Worker and Volunteer Medical Screening Program.

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21 VESL Podcasts

22 Living Books for the Ears

23 Dictation T-a-b-l-e, a-r-m-c-h-a-i-r, s-h-o-w-e-r,…

24 Dictation T-a-b-l-e, a-r-m-c-h-a-i-r, s-h-o-w-e-r,… Last _____ I ______ to visit my _______

25 Dictation T-a-b-l-e, a-r-m-c-h-a-i-r, s-h-o-w-e-r,… Last week I ______ to visit my _______ I’ve never _____ a _____ before.

26 Dictation T-a-b-l-e, a-r-m-c-h-a-i-r, s-h-o-w-e-r,… Last week I ______ to visit my _______ I’ve never _____ a ____ before. I would have ____ if I had known ____.

27 One Minute Talk (Accidents at Home) What is the most dangerous thing in your home? How can it be made less dangerous? What is the most dangerous thing in your home for a child? How can it be made less dangerous? What is the most dangerous thing in your home for an elderly person? How can it be made less dangerous? What dangers can be found in the kitchen that can cause accidents? What can be done to prevent kitchen accidents? What can a parent do to childproof a kitchen? What dangers can be found in bathrooms that can cause accidents? What can be done to prevent bathroom accidents? What can a parent do to childproof a bathroom? What dangers can be found outside the home in the yard that can cause accidents? What can be done to prevent yard accidents? What can a parent do to childproof the yard? What other dangers can be found in a home in bedrooms, laundry rooms, garages, and living areas? What can be done throughout the house to prevent accidents? What can a parent do to childproof the different rooms of the home? Where at home would you put your first aid kit? What would you have in it? ?

28 News Summary in English

29 Using a White Board

30 Webbing Kitchen verbstools appliances supplies

31 Boggle RAN ETV DUE

32 A – Z at a Dr’s Office A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y

33 Word Games Word Association –Vacation, rest, bed, laundry,…. –Football,…

34 Word Games Word Association –Vacation, rest, bed, laundry,…. –Football,… Word Chain –Talk, key, yes, softball, love, vacuum, –Giraffe, …

35 Silly News

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38 Clarification My parlous erudite confrere received a felicitous accolade for his meritorious investiture.

39 Using Newspapers

40 Scavenger Hunt How many ads for cats? An ad for a pet Cut OutsFind the Answer.

41 Scavenger Hunt How many ads for cats? A TV show that starts at 8:00? An ad for a pet A TV show name Cut OutsFind the Answer.

42 Scavenger Hunt How many ads for cats? A TV show starts at 8:00? High temp. for your city yesterday? An ad for a pet A TV show name A temperature Cut OutsFind the Answer.

43 Scavenger Hunt How many ads for cats? A TV show starts at 8:00? High temp. for your city yesterday? Score of yesterday’s Penn State game? An ad for a pet A TV show name A temperature A sports score Cut OutsFind the Answer.

44 Scavenger Hunt How many ads for cats? A TV show starts at 8:00? High temp. for your city yesterday? Score of yesterday’s Penn State game? Price of a used Ford Escort? An ad for a pet A TV show name A temperature A sports score A price Cut OutsFind the Answer.

45 Scavenger Hunt How many ads for cats? A TV show starts at 8:00? High temp. for your city yesterday? Score of yesterday’s Penn State game? Price of a used Ford Escort? A recipe using ½ cup sugar? An ad for a pet A TV show name A temperature A sports score A price A recipe Cut OutsFind the Answer.

46 Scavenger Hunt How many ads for cats? A TV show starts at 8:00? High temp. for your city yesterday? Score of yesterday’s Penn State game? Price of a used Ford Escort? A recipe using ½ cup sugar? A movie showing at 7:00, Friday night? An ad for a pet A TV show name A temperature A sports score A price A recipe A movie Cut OutsFind the Answer.

47 Scavenger Hunt How many ads for cats? A TV show starts at 8:00? High temp. for your city yesterday? Score of yesterday’s Penn State game? Price of a used Ford Escort? A recipe using ½ cup sugar? A movie showing at 7:00, Friday night? An obituary of someone 78 years old? An ad for a pet A TV show name A temperature A sports score A price A recipe A movie An obituary Cut OutsFind the Answer.

48 Scavenger Hunt How many ads for cats? A TV show starts at 8:00? High temp. for your city yesterday? Score of yesterday’s Penn State game? Price of a used Ford Escort? A recipe using ½ cup sugar? A movie showing at 7:00, Friday night? An obituary of someone 78 years old? A comic strip with an animal? An ad for a pet A TV show name A temperature A sports score A price A recipe A movie An obituary A comic strip Cut OutsFind the Answer.

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