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  1. 3 From Curriculum to Academic Outcomes Academic Outcomes Metacognitive Behaviors of ELLs Essential Questions Authentic Assessment Dr E. Lugo Morales

  2. “If you don’t know where you are going, you’ll end up somewhere else.” Anonymous Dr E. Lugo Morales

  3. The Blue Print Concept: “Lessons without maps are like builders without a plan. They have a bunch of really cool tools but don’t know where to use them!” H.H. Jacobs • Teaching: • without relating it to student’s schema. • memorizing and never teaching the why of the teaching purpose. • and testing facts but not evaluating its affects as a learning experience. • concepts on paper without using them through authentic language situations Academic Outcomes http://www.moramodules.com/MoraModules/ELDInstruction.htm Dr E. Lugo Morales

  4. Content is the subject matter itself; key concepts, facts or events • It’s what you teach • Content is written in noun form Content Dr E. Lugo Morales

  5. What skills does a student need in order to demonstrate mastery of the content? • Skills start with action verbs • Can be assessed, measured, or observed • Must support the “big idea” Skills Dr E. Lugo Morales

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  8. Essential questions are questions that help structure a unit or lesson • Structure the unit around 2 to 5 essential questions • Use questions as the scope and sequence of a unit • Embrace the appropriate standards Essential Questions Based on the research and presentations of Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs Dr E. Lugo Morales

  9. Focus instruction and organize student learning • Push students to higher levels of thinking. • Help students make connections beyond the content being studied. Develop Essential Questions That: Based on the research and presentations of Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs Dr E. Lugo Morales

  10. Teach students the essential questions before you begin the unit • Essential Questions are like “Mental Velcro” • Students should focus on any & all information that “sticks” to the essential question. • Always POST your Essential Questions Teaching the Essential Question Based on the research and presentations of Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs Dr E. Lugo Morales

  11. Teaching the algebraic substitution methodwithout relating it to graphing. • Memorizing the periodic table and never teaching why the order of elements exists. • Conjugating verbs on paper without ever using them in conversation. Examples of NOT Getting the “Big Picture” (Incorrect Mapping) Based on the research and presentations of Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs Dr E. Lugo Morales

  12. Athletics/Sports • How can I improve my eye/hand coordination? • What skills and techniques are used in basketball? • How can I be a successful team player? • How can I control my body during games? Sample Essential Questions Based on the research and presentations of Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs Dr E. Lugo Morales

  13. FABLES • What is the meaning of Folktale? • What is the difference between folktales and fables? • How do we learn lessons in life through understanding fables? • How do we learn lessons in life through fables? • What qualities of yourself would you like to share with others? Sample Essential Questions Based on the research and presentations of Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs Dr E. Lugo Morales

  14. Academic Outcomes Metacognitive Behaviors of ELLs Essential Questions Authentic Assessment From Curriculum to Academic Outcomes Dr E. Lugo Morales

  15. “If you don’t know where you are going, you’ll end up somewhere else.” Anonymous Dr E. Lugo Morales

  16. The Blue Print Concept: “Lessons without maps are like builders without a plan. They have a bunch of really cool tools but don’t know where to use them!” H.H. Jacobs • Teaching: • without relating it to student’s schema. • memorizing and never teaching the why of the teaching purpose. • and testing facts but not evaluating its affects as a learning experience. • concepts on paper without using them through authentic language situations AcademicOutcomes Dr E. Lugo Morales http://www.moramodules.com/MoraModules/ELDInstruction.htm

  17. Content is the subject matter itself; key concepts, facts or events • It’s what you teach • Content is written in noun form Content Dr E. Lugo Morales

  18. What skills does a student need in order to demonstrate mastery of the content? • Skills start with action verbs • Can be assessed, measured, or observed • Must support the “big idea” Skills Dr E. Lugo Morales

  19. Dr E. Lugo Morales

  20. Dr E. Lugo Morales

  21. Essential questions are questions that help structure a unit or lesson • Structure the unit around 2 to 5 essential questions • Use questions as the scope and sequence of a unit • Embrace the appropriate standards Essential Questions Based on the research and presentations of Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs Dr E. Lugo Morales

  22. Focus instruction and organize student learning • Push students to higher levels of thinking. • Help students make connections beyond the content being studied. Develop Essential Questions That: Based on the research and presentations of Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs Dr E. Lugo Morales

  23. Teach students the essential questions before you begin the unit • Essential Questions are like “Mental Velcro” • Students should focus on any and all information that “sticks” to the essential question. • Always POST your Essential Questions Teaching the Essential Question Based on the research and presentations of Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs Dr E. Lugo Morales

  24. Teaching the algebraic substitution methodwithout relating it to graphing. • Memorizing the periodic table and never teaching why the order of elements exists. • Conjugating verbs on paper without ever using them in conversation. Examples of NOT Getting the “Big Picture” (Incorrect Mapping) Based on the research and presentations of Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs Dr E. Lugo Morales

  25. Athletics/Sports • How can I improve my eye/hand coordination? What skills and techniques are used in basketball? • How can I be a successful team player? How can I control my body during games? Sample Essential Questions Based on the research and presentations of Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs Dr E. Lugo Morales

  26. FABLES • What is the meaning of Folktale? • What is the difference between folktales and fables? • How do we learn lessons in life through understanding fables? • How do we learn lessons in life through fables? • What qualities of yourself would you like to share with others? Sample Essential Questions Based on the research and presentations of Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs Dr E. Lugo Morales