Newsletter September 23rd
SIOP Component 1: Lesson Preparation
Writing Content and Language Objectives
There are so many more! Over time, add to the list and incorporate other active verbs for speaking, listening, reading and writing that students will need to use to understand the content objective.
Share the objectives with students, orally and in writing. As a result, students will know what they are supposed to learn each day. Review the objectives at the end of the lesson to determine if students have mastered them. Use that assessment when deciding to move to the next lesson, or spend some time reteaching.
Writing Language Objectives
Examples of Content and Language Objectives
ELL Tidbit of the Week
Have you tried using Attention Grabbers in your classroom? Here is a list of some great ones. Maybe you’ll find a new one you haven’t used before. Have fun with them!