Njdoe scaffolded model curriculum for ells



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Student Learning Objective (SLO)

Language Objective

Language Needed

SLO 7.

CCSS RL.9.5:

WIDA 2

Reading


Speaking

Analyze how an author’s choices concerning how to structure a text, order events within it (e.g., parallel plots), and manipulate time (e.g., pacing, flashbacks) create such effects as mystery, tension, or surprise.

Read and discuss how an author decided to sequence events and apply literary techniques in order to create mystery, tension, or surprise using a plot summary and multimedia to demonstrate the literary techniques.

VU:

LFC:

LC:

Sequence, plot, flashback, foreshadowing

Adverbs of time; present, past and future tense

Varies by ELP level





ELP 1

ELP 2

ELP 3


ELP 4

ELP 5

Language Objectives


Read plot summary and timeline and identify sequence of events and places where the author applied literary techniques in order to create mystery, tension, or surprise using evidence from a short story in L1 and/or completed plot summary in English.

Read plot summary and timeline to identify sequence of events and how the author applied literary techniques in order to create mystery, tension, or surprise using evidence from a short story in L1 and/or selected sentences from a short story in English.

Read and discuss how an author decided to sequence events and apply literary techniques in order to create mystery, tension, or surprise using evidence from an adapted short story.

Read and discuss how an author decided to sequence events and apply literary techniques in order to create mystery, tension, or surprise using evidence from an approaching grade level short story.

Read and discuss how an author decided to sequence events and apply literary techniques in order to create mystery, tension, or surprise using evidence from a grade level short story.

Learning Supports

Literary Elements Poster Video Clips/Films of literary techniques

Plot summary



Adapted Text

Timeline


Word Wall

Word Bank

Native Language Text

L1 support


Literary Elements Poster

Video Clips/Films of literary

techniques

Plot summary

Adapted Text

Timeline

Word Wall

Word Bank

Native Language Text

L1 support


Literary Elements Poster

Video Clips/Films of literary

techniques

Adapted short story

Triads or Small Groups Template for discussion

Bilingual Dictionary


Literary Elements Poster

Video Clips/Films of literary techniques

Triads or Small Groups

Literary Elements Poster







Student Learning Objective (SLO)

Language Objective

Language Needed

SLO 8.

CCSS RL.9.6:

WIDA 2

Reading


Analyze a particular point of view reflected in a work of literature from outside the United States, drawing on a wide reading of world literature.

Read to analyze point of view in literature from outside the United States using multimedia.

VU:

LFC:
LC:

First, second, third person; third person omniscient; narrator

Compound tenses, embedded clauses

Varies by ELP level





ELP 1

ELP 2

ELP 3

ELP 4

ELP 5

Language Objectives


Read to identify point of view after reading selected words and phrases from an appropriately- leveled, illustrated short story or first language text.

Read to identify point of view after reading selected sentences from an appropriately- leveled, illustrated short story or first language text.

Read to identify and analyze point of view using an adapted short story.



Read to analyze point of view in an approaching grade- level short story.



Read to analyze point of view in a grade- level short story.

Learning Supports

Video Clips/Films

Think Aloud

(teacher)



Partner Work

Adapted Text

Selected words and

phrases

Bilingual Dictionary

Native Language Text, if feasible

L1 support

Bilingual Dictionary


Video Clips/Films

Think Aloud

(teacher)



Partner Work

Adapted Text

Selected sentences



Bilingual Dictionary

Native Language Text, if feasible

L1 support

Bilingual Dictionary

Video Clips/Films

Think Aloud

(teacher)

Thesaurus

Partner Work

Adapted Text

Bilingual Dictionary


Video Clips/Films

Think Aloud

(teacher)



Video Clips/Films





Student Learning Objective (SLO)

Language Objective

Language Needed




SLO 9.

CCSS RL.9.6:

WIDA 2

Reading


Analyze a cultural experience reflected in a work of literature from outside the United States, drawing on a wide reading of world literature.

Read to analyze a cultural experience in literature from outside the United States using multimedia.
The cultural experience could be connected to EL’s home culture.

VU:

LFC:
LC:

Culture/cultural

Compound tenses, embedded clauses

Varies by ELP level








ELP 1

ELP 2

ELP 3

ELP 4

ELP 5





Language Objectives


Read to identify a cultural experience after reading selected words and phrases from an appropriately- leveled, illustrated short story or first language text.


Read to identify a cultural experience after reading selected sentences from an appropriately- leveled, illustrated short story or first language text.

Read to identify and analyze a cultural experience using an adapted short story.


Read to analyze a cultural experience in an approaching grade- level short story.



Read to analyze a cultural experience in a grade level short story.




Learning Supports

Video Clips/Films Think Aloud

(teacher)



Partner Work

Adapted Text

Selected words and

phrases

Bilingual Dictionary

Native Language Text, if feasible

L1 support

Bilingual Dictionary



Video Clips/Films

Think Aloud

(teacher)



Partner Work

Adapted Text

Selected sentences



Bilingual Dictionary

Native Language Text, if feasible

L1 support

Bilingual Dictionary

Video Clips/Films

Think Aloud

(teacher and

student)

Thesaurus


Partner Work

Adapted Text

Bilingual Dictionary


Video Clips/Films Thesaurus

Partner Work


Video Clips/Films


































































































































































































































































































































































































































































Student Learning Objective (SLO)

Language Objective

Language Needed

SLO 10.

CCSS RL.9.7:

WIDA 2

Reading


Speaking


Analyze the representation of a subject or a key scene in two different artistic mediums, including what is emphasized or absent in each treatment (e.g., Auden’s “Musée des Beaux Arts” and Breughel’s Landscape with the Fall of

Icarus).

Compare and contrast two different interpretations of the same work using a graphic organizer (e.g., Venn Diagram).


VU:

LFC:
LC:

Interpretation(s), scene, representation, absent

Compound sentences, embedded clauses

Varies by ELP level





ELP 1

ELP 2

ELP 3

ELP 4

ELP 5

Language Objectives


Compare and contrast orally two different interpretations of the same scene or subject using L1 and/or illustrations and single words in English.


Compare and contrast orally two different interpretations of the same scene or subject using L1 and/or illustrations and phrases in English.

Compare and contrast orally two different interpretations of the same scene or subject using simple related sentences which may include some grammatical errors which do not impede comprehension.

Compare and contrast orally two different interpretations of the same scene or subject using complete, detailed sentences with emerging variety.

Compare and contrast orally two different interpretations of the same scene or subject using a variety of sentences and transitional phrases.

Learning Supports


Venn Diagram

Selected scenes or

sentences from

appropriate text



Triads or Small Groups

Partner Work

Visuals

Word Wall

Word Bank

Native Language Text, if feasible

L1 support

Venn Diagram

Adapted scenes

Sentence Frames

Adapted Text

Triads or Small Groups Visuals

Word Wall

Word Bank

Native Language Text, if feasible

L1 support


Venn Diagram

Adapted scenes



Triads or Small Groups Template for discussion

Bilingual Dictionary


Venn Diagram
Triads or Small Groups

Venn Diagram




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