Monday, July 16, 2018

Lesson Plan on Layers of Meaning/ Implicit and Explicit Meaning



NAME:                NIŇA BUENA- NICHOLS
SUBJECT:            EL 2
LEVEL:                 Sec. 2
DURATION:       6 periods
TIME FRAME:   Week 3, Term 3
Text:      
Skill:       Comprehension
Topic:    Layers of Meaning/ Implicit and Explicit Meaning
Resources:
Worksheets
Hand-outs
PowerPoint Presentation

Pre- requisite:
  

Lesson Objectives:
        By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
1.     identify the layers of meaning in a text.
2.     recognize, understand and explain the meaning of a range of vocabulary.
3.     demonstrate an awareness that words have layers of meaning.
4.     articulate an understanding of how language choices can purposefully impact interpretation of a text.
      

INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURES

PHASE

CONTENT
TEACHING STRATEGY
PURPOSE
Introduction







Iceberg Analogy

-Show the slide about the iceberg analogy.

-Let the students differentiate implicit and explicit meaning.

-make instructional decisions about student’s strengths and needs.
-activate schema and determine flexible grouping patterns.
-determine which students are ready for advance instruction.
Body













Layers of Meaning

(The Onion Model)
PowerPoint Presentation

(Periods 1-2)

Think-Pair-Share
-Teacher used the slide to show the Onion Model for shades of meaning.
-Show how synonyms help in revealing the shades of meaning.
-Let the students rank the words in order then insert one word.
-Let the students do it again using different set of words which are synonymous.
-Let the students analyse the subtle differences between each word.
-Use the practice activity in the slides for mastery.
CONTEXTUAL ASSOCIATION
-Discuss how contextual association provide deeper meaning (Use PowerPoint slides).


Use the onion model for an in depth understanding of a text













Periods 3-4

















Periods 5-6
Think-Pair-Share
-Review of the shades of meaning and contextual association.

Sensory Association
-Use PowerPoint slides for discussion and activities

Emotional Association
-Use PowerPoint slides for discussion, examples and activities

-Summarise by putting everything in Onion Model

-Use the activity for practice exercise.


Answering Worksheet

Using Sensory Association

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