Keys to Completing the Instructional Sequence in ELD

Vanessa Dexter, Certified Elementary ELD Presenter and teacher,
Southern Oregon Education Service District
Guest blogger 

As an Elementary Systematic ELD Presenter, I hear many teachers asking how they can get through the entire instructional sequence within a lesson.

syseld instructional sequenceTo be effective, a lesson needs to include:

  • An Open the Lesson section to set the purpose for learning.
  • Teach  section (often called a mini-lesson) for the teacher to take the lead in modeling and explaining the target.
  • Guided practice – time for students to Practice  together and then Take the Language to Application on their own. 
  • A Closing to recap and transfer the learning. 

If we're not organized, it's easy to fill the lesson with teacher talk or focused on the process and procedure of getting students into interaction routines. Then we end up having to shorten or, even worse, cut certain parts of the lesson. 

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