Children will share their thoughts through the reading of different books.
Children will write letters to other English Language Learners.
Children will experience writing through the use of online resources.
Children will use oral language to share experiences.
Watching new movies as a family.
Singing different songs as a family.
Making dinner as a family.
Going on an outing as a family.
Children will become less shy about discussing the events of their daily lives through the use of oral storytelling.
Children will become more comfortable with grammar and reading rules through the use of oral storytelling.
Children will be able to describe what they have experienced through the use of oral storytelling.
Students will experience different levels of reading and writing through the use of oral storytelling.
Jane will go back to the zoo so she can gather more information for Ms. Darling.
Ms. Darling will write down Jane's story about going to the zoo.
Ms. Darling will go to the zoo so that she can help Jane write about her experience.
Jane will write about her experience using her native language and pictures to tell her story.
Having your child orally tell you about their experiences after they have experienced them.
Having your child read their experience back to you after they have dictated it.
Having your child rewrite the experience after it has been written down by you.
Having the child experience something and then read about that experience from different books.
Children are going to respond to books using English as a way to make connections between what is being said and what is being written.
Children are going to use oral language to help strengthen their reading skills through the retelling of an experience.
Children are going to go on several outings as a way to accumulate different experiences so that they always have an experience to discuss.
Children are going to revise, read, and write their own experiences after reading a first draft to help build their writing skills.
They may not be able to describe their experience accurately for the adult since they do not know English.
They may not be able to write about the experience in English since they do not known English.
They may not be able to revise the writing that the adult has done since they do not know English.
None of the steps to the Language Experience Approach should be difficult to a non-English speaking child.