Volume 7 Week of Oct. 19-23
Read Across the Globe! Monday, Oct. 19
Math Consultant, Kristen Allen, will be back to EWE to work with our upper grade level teachers this Wednesday, Oct. 21.
Date: Wednesday, Oct. 21.
1st EWE Writing Collection
Sometimes we had a special day that we easily remember because we had lot of fun.
Write about a time you had fun.
Be sure to --
- write about a personal experience
- organize your writing
- develop your ideas in detail
- choose your words carefully
- use correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation, grammar and sentences
3rd-5th Math 12 Week Assessment
More information will come!
Tell what students should know and be able to demonstrate understanding of content.
Tell the language students should use to demonstrate understanding of concepts
Sample of Content & Language Objective
2.5 (A)The student is expected to classify matter by physical properties, including shape, relative mass, relative temperature, texture, flexibility, and whether material is a solid or liquid.
Working in pairs, students will use solid, liquid and mass vocabulary to describe the physical properties of matter.
Ex. ________is a solid because _______.
_______ is a liquid because________.
To write a language objective answer these questions:
•What language skills my students need to use to participate in the lesson?
–Knowledge and skills:
•What language skills my students need to use to understand the lesson?
Verbs to Use When Writing Content and Language Objectives
Create (create, plan, invent, design, construct)
Evaluate (assess, decide, recommend, justify, rate)
Analyze ( compare, explain, examine, investigate, categorize)
Apply (show, complete, classify, use, illustrate, solve)
Understand (explain, compare, restate, translate, predict, discuss)
Remember (tell, relate, write, describe, name, list)
4 Language Domains
Listening (show, tell, role play, identify, listen, recognize, follow directions)
Speaking (name, discuss, rephrase, ask, answer, predict, repeat, respond, summarize, explain, talk)
Reading (preview, read aloud, find specific information, identify, research,
Writing (list, summarize information, ask & answer questions, create, free-writing,
state, justify, write)