Language Objectives Criteria √Support students’ language development √ Stated clearly and simply √ Stated orally and in writing
Point to Ponder Acquiring a second language is a process- 1.Recognize similes in text 2.Discuss the functions of similes 3.Write three similes 4.Write a paragraph that describes a setting using similes
Integrating Language Objectives Receptive and productive language skills Listening and reading Speaking and writing
In Reading... Developing vocabulary Meta-cognitive skills— *HOTS predicting, concluding, summarizing, comparing, or generalizing and evaluating
In Writing... The writing process- Brainstorm Outline Draft Revise Edit Complete a text
Verbs for Writing Content and Language Objectives Content Identify Solve Investigate Distinguish Hypothesize Create Select Draw conclusions about Language Listen for Retell Define Find the main idea Compare Summarize Rehearse Persuade Write
Evaluate objectives: The objectives are Observable. Written and presented in language for students. Related to the key concept of the lesson. Promotes student academic language growth. Connects clearly with the lesson topic or activities. * A plan is established for assessing student progress on meeting the objectives.
Sample 1. Content objective: SW solve word problems using a two-step process. Language objective: SW write a word problem for a classmate to solve requiring a two-step process.
Sample 2. Content objective: SW identify specific landforms on a map of South America. Language objective: SW present an oral report about one landform and its influence on economic development.