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#38 Read, Pair, Share

Bri, Jamierin, Hannah E.

Agenda 1. Learning Objectives
2. How & why this is helpful for ELLs
3. Quiz, Quiz, Trade
4. Vocabulary
5. Read, pair, and share
6. Discussion & Exit Slip
7. Feedback
Learning Objectives

Content Objectives ELP Standards

SWBAT… Identify the details in the short story that ELP.2-3.2. participate in grade- appropriate oral
answers the questions. and written exchanges of information, ideas, and
analyses, responding to peer, audience, or reader
SWBAT… Categorize the details from the short comments and questions . . .
ELP.2-3.3. speak and write about grade-
Language Objectives appropriate complex literary and informational
texts and topics . . .
SWBAT... Describe their short story to a partner
using vocabulary such as who, what, when, where,
why, and how.
How & Why this is -Reading a story might not be enough
for ELLs to understand.
Helpful for ELLs
-Reading a short story, then discussing
with peers helps understanding.

-Collaborating with peers will help their

comprehensible input and output
Quiz, Quiz, Trade Step 1: Find a partner

Step 2: The first partner asks the

question on the notecard.

Step 3: The second partner asks the

question on the notecard

Step 4: Trade

Step 5: Repeat
Vocabulary Who are the characters?

What is happening in the story?

When is this taking place? Time


Where is the story taking place?


Why is the problem happening?

How do you know this is happening?

Reading Questions Narrative

1. Who are the people mentioned in

the text?
2. What are the people doing in the
short story?
3. When does the activity in the story
take place? (time)
4. Where does the story take place?
5. How do the events occur in the
- You will read the stories given
- You will then answer the questions
on the worksheet either
individually or as a table group.
- Students will put one hand up and
find someone else who has a hand
up and will give a high five.
- The two discuss their answers to
the questions on the worksheet
about their books.
- Put a hand up again and high five
a new partner, discussing your
- Meet with a total of 3 partners.
Share -As a whole class, one person from
each table group will share their
answers about their short story.
Discussion & Exit 1. What did you learn about Read,
Pair, Share?

1. What is one thing one partner said

about their short story?

1. How often would you like use the

activity read, pair, share?
Feedback Any suggestions?

What were some positive things you


Is there anything we could work on?

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Quiz, Quiz, Trade 1.
Do you speak another language, if so which one?
What is one country that you want to visit? Why?

Questions used
3. What is your favorite breakfast food?
4. What is one tradition that your family practices?
5. When is your birthday?
6. What tv show are you currently watching?
7. Have you lived outside of the US? If so, how long?
8. What do you want to be when you grow up?
9. What is your favorite animal?
10. What is your favorite book?
11. Do you have a favorite folk/fairytale? If so, which one?
12. Do you have any pets at home?
13. What is your most favorite piece of clothing you own?
14. What fictional place would you like to visit most?
15. What job would you be terrible at?
16. If you could turn any activity into an Olympic sport, what
would you have a good chance at winning a medal at?
17. What is your favorite band or singer?
18. What is your favorite subject in school?
Quiz, Quiz, trade 1.
What is your favorite movie?
What age do you wish you could permanently be

Questions used 3.
How often do you people watch?
4. What fad or trend do you hope comes back?
5. What do you hope never changes?
6. If you could make one rule that everyone had to
follow, what would it be?
7. What is one of your favorite smells?
8. What gets you fired up?
9. What is the most immature thing that you do?