Content/Language Objectives . On a sticky note: What role do objectives play in your teaching?. Objectives . Content Objective – Teachers will analyze the potential impact and possible pitfalls of language objectives.
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On a sticky note:
What role do objectives play in your teaching?
Talk about your classes you teach
Compare the first class of the day with the last class
Compare your first and last class of the day using comparative adjectives with a table partner.
Bank of Comparative Adjectives:
better, louder, larger, lazier, nosier, quieter, more attentive, more engaged, more active, more distracted, etc.
Students will make predictions using the words, “I predict________ because________” and context clues from the text during turn and talks.
Students will identify the experiences of former slaves and slave owners after reconstruction.
Students will compare and contrast the experiences of former slaves and slave owners during reconstruction using the words “similar” and “different” and a graphic organizer.
What would a masterful response sound like? What words would you need to hear from your students that would let you know they mastered the content objective?
Directions: Highlight the function, underline the form and circle the support in each language objective.
Content Objective: Students will describe the main characters in the story.
Students will describe the main characters in the story using “because”, “for example,” and adjectives from a word bank.