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All pagers and cell phones on vibrate
Stay on topic being discussed
Use professional courtesy
Presented by Region Specialist
June 28, 2007
“Sheltered Instruction is an approach to teaching content to English language learners in strategic ways that make the subject matter concepts comprehensible while promoting the students’ English language development.”
--Echevarria, Vogt, and Short
When I think of language I mean . . .
When I think of scaffolding instruction I mean . . .
Developing Language Objectives for English Language Learners in Physical Education Lessons
By Clancy, M. and Hruska, B. (2005)
Read power standard to obtain content objective.
Find the verb(s) in the power standard.
Use the verb(s) to write a language objective.
- The student will explain the factors that affect
weather patterns (5.3).
- Students will describe the four major types of
air masses and how they affect the weather in
the United States.
- Students will illustrate and describe the
effects of fronts.
- Students will create and share in a
presentation an imaginary weather forecast
using meteorological symbols and terminology.
Content Objective (State Standard):
- The student will be able to interpret and
solve word problems (7.8.6).
- Students will solve problems in cooperative groups using real life scenarios.
- Students will write the strategies they use to solve the given problems.
- Students will orally communicate
- Students will synthesize strategies in whole group.
Students will explainhow to care for their instrument.
Students will pronounce words containing the sound “th”.
Students will compare and contrast different types of media.
Students will clarify the difference between hardware and software.
Students will explain what it was like to care for a baby for 24 hours.
Students will compare the rules of kickball to the rules of baseball.
Refer to Lesson Preparation section for teaching scenarios.
Realia and Multi-media
What parts of the text or supplementary materials will be too difficult for my students?
What can I change to help the students better understand?
When students are provided with opportunities to interact, discuss, and think aloud, they can: