Njdoe scaffolded model curriculum for ells



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Student Learning Objective (SLO)

Language Objective

Language Needed




SLO 11.

CCSS W.9.3:

WIDA 2

Writing


Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, well-chosen details, and well-structured events.

Compose well-structured, detailed, and engaging personal and fictional narratives using a graphic organizer (e.g.; Narrative Writing Diamond) with online support.

VU:

LFC:


LC:

Elements of plot

Quotation marks, dialogue tags, pronouns, adverbs of time, prepositional phrases

Varies by ELP level








ELP 1

ELP 2

ELP 3

ELP 4

ELP 5




Language Objectives


Compose short, engaging personal narratives using L1and/or visual representations and captions written using a cloze activity.



Compose short, sentence-level engaging personal narratives using phrases and illustrations and/or first language.



Compose short, paragraph-level engaging personal narratives using simple related sentences, and general and specific vocabulary. Writing may include some grammatical errors which do not impede comprehension.

Compose detailed and engaging personal and fictional narratives with complete sentences, extended discourse, specific and technical vocabulary and minimal errors in language forms and conventions.

Compose well-written, detailed, and engaging personal and fictional narratives with a variety of sentence types and lengths, grade level vocabulary and correct syntax and form.





Learning Supports

Narrative Writing Diamond (English and L1)

Online Resources

(thesaurus,

dictionary, translation)

Visuals

Word Wall

Word Bank

Story board



Native Language Text

L1 support

Narrative Writing Diamond

(English and L1)



Online Resources

(thesaurus,

dictionary, translation)

Sentence Frames

Word Wall

Word Bank

Story board



Native Language Text

L1 support

Narrative Writing Diamond

Online Resources

(thesaurus,

dictionary, translation)

Template (completed model)



Word Wall

Word Bank


Narrative Writing

Diamond


Online Resources

(thesaurus,



dictionary, translation)

Narrative Writing Diamond














































































































































































































































































































Student Learning Objective (SLO)

Language Objective

Language Needed

SLO 12.

CCSS W.9.3 a:

WIDA 2

Writing


When writing narratives, engage and orient the reader by setting out a problem, situation, or observation, establishing one or multiple point(s) of view, and introducing a narrator and/or characters; create a smooth progression of experiences or events.

Compose well-structured, detailed, and engaging narratives by setting the problem; establishing one or more points of view; introducing a narrator and characters; creating a smooth progressions of experiences and events using a graphic organizer (e.g.; artist’s story map) with online support.

VU:

LFC:

LC:

Elements of plot

Quotation marks, dialogue tags, pronouns, adverbs of time, prepositional phrases

Varies by ELP level





ELP 1

ELP 2

ELP 3

ELP 4

ELP 5

Language Objectives

Compose short, engaging personal and fictional narratives using visual representations, captions written using a cloze activity, and L1 support; focusing on setting the problem and introducing the point of view, narrator and characters.



Compose short, sentence-level engaging personal and fictional narratives using phrases and illustrations and/or first language; focusing on setting the problem and introducing the point of view, narrator and characters.


Compose short, paragraph-level engaging narratives that focus on setting the problem and introducing the point of view, narrator and characters using simple related sentences, and general and specific vocabulary. Writing may include some grammatical errors which do not impede comprehension.

Compose detailed and engaging narratives with complete sentences, extended discourse, specific and technical vocabulary and minimal errors in language forms and conventions; focusing on setting the problem and introducing the point of view, narrator and characters.

Compose well-written, detailed, and engaging narratives with a variety of sentence types and lengths, grade level vocabulary and correct syntax and form; focusing on setting the problem and introducing the point of view, narrator and characters.

Learning Supports

Story Map

(English and L1)



Online Resources

(thesaurus,

dictionary, translation)

Visuals

Word Wall

Word Bank

Story board.



Native Language Text

L1 support

Story Map

(English and L1)



Online Resources

(thesaurus,

dictionary, translation)

Sentence Frames

Word Wall

Word Bank

Story board.


Native Language Text


L1 support


Story Map

Online Resources

(thesaurus,

dictionary, translation)

Template (completed model)



Word Wall

Word Bank


Story Map

Online Resources

(thesaurus,

dictionary, translation)


Story Map




Student Learning Objective (SLO)

Language Objective

Language Needed

SLO 13.

CCSS W.9.3 b:

WIDA 2

Writing


When writing narratives, use narrative techniques, such as dialogue, pacing, description, reflection, and multiple plot lines, to develop experiences, events, and/or characters.

Develop experiences, events, and or characters by implementing narrative techniques using a literary techniques reference sheet.

VU:
LFC:
LC:

Dialogue, pacing, description, reflection Various verb forms, descriptive verbs,

Varies by ELP level




ELP 1

ELP 2

ELP 3

ELP 4

ELP 5

Language Objectives


Develop short sentence level narratives detailing experiences, events, and/or characters by implementing narrative techniques in first language and/or using word and/or phrase captions for visual representations of a story.

Develop short, sentence-level narratives detailing experiences, events, and/or characters by implementing narrative techniques using phrases and illustrations and/or first language.



Develop a three paragraph narrative using simple, related sentences that detail experiences, events, and/or characters by implementing narrative techniques with general and specific vocabulary. Writing may include some grammatical errors which do not impede comprehension.

Develop a multi-paragraph narrative approaching a 9th and 10th grade writing level detailing experiences, events, and/or characters with moderate discourse, specific and technical vocabulary and minimal errors in language forms and conventions.

Develop a multi-paragraph narrative detailing experiences, events, and/or characters by implementing narrative techniques at a 9th and 10th grade writing level using extended discourse, grade level vocabulary, and correct language forms and conventions.


Learning Supports

Literary techniques

reference sheet

(English & L1)

Online Resources

(thesaurus, dictionary,

translation)

Visuals

Word Wall

Word Bank

Story board.



Native Language Text

L1 support

Literary techniques

reference sheet (English &

L1)

Online Resources

(thesaurus,

dictionary, translation)

Sentence Frames

Word Wall

Word Bank

Story board.



Native Language Text

L1 support

Literary techniques reference

sheet


Online Resources

(thesaurus,

dictionary, translation)

Template (completed model)



Word Wall

Word Bank


Literary techniques

reference sheet



Online Resources

(thesaurus,

dictionary, translation)


Literary techniques reference

sheet





Student Learning Objective (SLO)

Language Objective

Language Needed

SLO 14.

CCSS W.9.3 c:

WIDA 2

Writing


When writing narratives, use a variety of techniques to sequence events so that they build on one another to create a coherent whole.

Produce a coherent narrative applying effective plot sequence using a timeline and a bank of transitional phrases.

VU:


LFC:
LC:

Transitional words and phrases, sequence, events, coherent

Prepositional phrases, verb forms

Varies by ELP level





ELP 1

ELP 2

ELP 3

ELP 4

ELP 5

Language Objectives


Write word and phrase-level captions for pictures or write multiple paragraphs in first language to develop an understanding of a plot sequence.

Write a short, sentence level coherent narrative employing a variety of techniques to sequence events using illustrations and/or first language.


Write a three- paragraph coherent narrative using simple related sentences and employing a variety of techniques to sequence events with general and specific vocabulary. Writing may include some grammatical errors which do not impede comprehension.


Write a multi-paragraph coherent narrative employing a variety of techniques to sequence events approaching a 9th and 10th grade writing level with moderate discourse, specific and technical vocabulary and minimal errors in language forms and conventions.

Write a multi-paragraph coherent narrative employing a variety of techniques to sequence events at a 9th and 10th grade writing level using extended discourse, grade level vocabulary, and correct language forms and conventions.

Learning Supports

Timeline

(English & L1)



Online Resources

(thesaurus, dictionary,

translation)

Visuals

Word Wall

Word Bank

Transitional Phrase



Word Wall

Native Language Text

L1 support

Timeline

(English & L1)



Online Resources

(thesaurus,

dictionary, translation)

Sentence Frames

Word Wall

Word Bank

Transitional Phrase Word Wall



Native Language Text

L1 support

Timeline

Online Resources

(thesaurus,

dictionary, translation)

Template (completed model)



Word Wall

Word Bank

Transitional Phrase Word Wall




Timeline


Online Resources

(thesaurus,

dictionary, translation)


Timeline





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