Njdoe scaffolded model curriculum for ells



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Student Learning Objective (SLO)

Language Objective

Language Needed

SLO 25.

CCSS


SL.9.2:

WIDA 2-5


Speaking

Listening



Integrate multiple sources of information presented in diverse media or formats (e.g., visually, quantitatively, orally) evaluating the credibility and accuracy of each source.

Speak and listen to integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse media or formats using Cornell Notes.

VU:
LFC:


LC:

Cite, research, integrate

Verbs and verb phrases in questions, prosodic features (e.g., stress)

Varies by ELP level





ELP 1

ELP 2

ELP 3

ELP 4


ELP 5

Language Objectives


Speak and listen to integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse media or formats in L1 and/or speak in single words and listen to a teacher -facilitated discussion to understand how to integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse media or formats.

Speak and listen to integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse media or formats based on visuals, adapted text, teacher -modeled techniques, and note-taking strategies.

Speak and listen to integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse media or formats using simple related sentences which may include some grammatical errors.

Speak and listen to integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse media or formats during an approaching grade-level academic discussion using complete sentences with emerging complexity of sentence length and type with appropriate stress and intonation.

Speak and listen to integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse media or formats during a grade- level academic discussion using complex sentences of varying length and type and appropriate stress and intonation.

Learning Supports

Notes in L1 & English

Outlines

(teacher prepared)

Multiple reference

materials


Pictures/Photographs

Word Wall

Word Bank

Native Language Text

L1 support


Notes in L1 & English

Outlines

Multiple reference

materials

Sentence Starters

Pictures/Photographs

Word Wall

Word Bank

Native Language Text

L1 support


Cornell Notes

Outlines

Partner Work

Prompts


Multiple reference materials

(thesaurus, English and



Bilingual Dictionary)

Word Wall

Word Bank

Cornell Notes

Multiple reference

materials (thesaurus,

dictionary, translation)



Cornell Notes







Student Learning Objective (SLO)

Language Objective

Language Needed

SLO 26.

CCSS


SL.9.3:

WIDA 2-5


Speaking

Listening



Evaluate a speaker’s point of view and reasoning.

Listen to assess a speaker’s point of view and rationale using a checklist.


VU:

LFC:

LC:

Reasoning, evaluate

Cause and effect statements, prosodic features (e.g., stress),

Varies by ELP level





ELP 1

ELP 2

ELP 3

ELP 4

ELP 5

Language Objectives


Listen to assess the teacher model a point of view and rationale from an appropriately -leveled, illustrated text. Check whether in agreement or not.

Listen to assess the teacher model a point of view and rationale from an appropriately- leveled, illustrated text using a checklist and guide.

Listen to assess a speaker discuss a topic using simple related sentences and identify their point of view and rationale using a checklist and notes.

Listen to assess a speaker discuss grade level texts and identify their point of view and rationale using a checklist.

Listen to assess a speaker discussing grade- level texts and identify their point of view and rationale.

Learning Supports


Teacher Model and

guide


Notes in L1 & English

Pictures/Photographs

Word Wall

Word Bank

Native Language Text

L1 support

Teacher Model and guide

Checklist

Notes in L1 & English

Pictures/Photographs

Word Wall

Word Bank

Native Language Text

L1 support


Teacher Model

Checklist

Notes

Partner Work

Word Wall

Word Bank



Checklist

Notes



Checklist






Student Learning Objective (SLO)

Language Objective

Language Needed

SLO 27.

CCSS:


SL.9.6, 9.4

WIDA 2-5


Speaking

Adapt speech to a variety of contexts and tasks, demonstrating command of formal English when indicated or appropriate; present information, findings, and supporting evidence clearly, concisely, and logically such that listeners can follow the line of reasoning.


Adapt speech to a variety of contexts and tasks by using a speaking rubric specific to task.

VU:
LFC:


LC:

Adapt, context, formal, informal

Formal vs. informal sentence structure, prosodic features (e.g., stress)

Varies by ELP level





ELP 1

ELP 2

ELP 3

ELP 4

ELP 5

Language Objectives


Adapt speech to a variety of contexts and tasks during academic discussions using formal and informal registers in L1, or identify informal and formal words and phrases in a variety of contexts and tasks during a teacher- led academic discussion in English.

Adapt speech to a variety of contexts and tasks during academic discussions using formal and informal registers in L1 or identify informal and formal speech phrases in a variety of contexts and tasks during a teacher- led academic discussion in English.

Adapt speech to a variety of contexts and tasks during academic discussions using formal and informal registers with simple, related sentences and general and some content-based vocabulary. Speech may include errors in language forms and conventions which do not impede meaning.


Adapt speech to a variety of contexts and tasks during academic discussions using formal and informal registers with sentences of emerging complexity, length and type, some content-based vocabulary and correct language forms and conventions.

Adapt speech to a variety of contexts and tasks during grade level academic discussions using formal and informal registers with sentences of varying complexity, length and type, content-based vocabulary and correct language forms and conventions.

Learning Supports

Teacher Model and guide

Rubric


Notes in L1 & English

Pictures/Photographs

Word Wall

Word Bank

L1 support

Teacher Model and guide

Rubric


Notes in L1 & English

Pictures/Photographs

Word Wall

Word Bank

L1 support

Rubric

Notes


Situational Cue Cards

Prompts


Partner Work

Word Wall

Word Bank


Rubric

Notes



Rubric




Student Learning Objective (SLO)

Language Objective

Language Needed

SLO 28.

CCSS:


SL.9.6, 9.4

WIDA 2-5


Speaking


Demonstrate that effective organization, development, substance, and style are appropriate to purpose, audience, and task.

Speak in an organized, cohesive manner appropriate to purpose, audience and task using an outline.

VU:
LFC:
LC:

concise, substance, style

Correlative conjunctions

Varies by ELP level





ELP 1

ELP 2

ELP 3

ELP 4

ELP 5

Language Objectives


Speak in an organized, cohesive manner appropriate to purpose, audience and task in L1 or speak with the teacher in a directed presentation using single words and pictures in English.

Speak in an organized, cohesive manner appropriate to purpose, audience and task in L1 or speak with the teacher in a directed presentation using phrases, pictures and sentence frames in English.


Speak in an organized, cohesive manner appropriate to purpose, audience and task with simple, related sentences, general and some content-based vocabulary. Speech may include errors in language forms and conventions which do not impede meaning.


Speak in an organized, cohesive manner appropriate to purpose, audience and task with sentences of emerging complexity, length and type, some content-based vocabulary and correct language forms and conventions.

Speak in an organized, cohesive manner appropriate to purpose, audience and task using sentences of varying complexity, length and type, content-based vocabulary and correct language forms and conventions.


Learning Supports

Teacher-led discussion

Completed outline

Notes in L1 & English

Pictures/Photographs

Word Wall

Word Bank

L1 support

Gestures


Teacher-led discussion

Outlines

Notes in L1 & English



Pictures/Photographs

Word Wall

Word Bank

L1 support

Outlines

Notes


Template (completed model)

Partner work



Word Wall

Word Bank



Outlines
Notes


Outlines







Student Learning Objective (SLO)

Language Objective

Language Needed


SLO 29.

CCSS:


L.9.1

WIDA 2


Speaking

Writing



Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.

Speak and write to apply the conventions of standard English grammar and usage after practicing with examples in small groups,

VU:

LFC:

LC:

Conventions

Verb forms

Varies by ELP level





ELP 1

ELP 2

ELP 3

ELP 4

ELP 5

Language Objectives


Write and speak single words to apply the conventions of standard English grammar and usage at an adapted level.



Write and speak in phrases to apply the conventions of standard English grammar and usage at an adapted level using a sentence frame.


Write and speak to apply the conventions of standard English grammar and usage at an adapted level with simple related sentences, and general and some content-based vocabulary. Speech and writing may include errors in language forms and conventions which do not impede meaning.


Write and speak to apply the conventions of standard English grammar and usage with sentences of emerging complexity, length and type, some content-based vocabulary and correct language forms and conventions.



Write and speak to apply the conventions of standard English grammar and usage using sentences of varying complexity, length and type, content-based vocabulary and correct language forms and conventions at grade level.



Learning Supports

Language reference

sheet


Pictures/Photographs

Cloze sentences



Word Wall

Word Bank

L1 support

Language reference sheet

Small group practice with

examples

Notes in L1 & English



Pictures/Photographs

Sentence Frames

Word Wall

Word Bank

L1 support

Language reference sheet

Small group practice with

examples

Template (completed model)



Word Wall

Word Bank



Language reference sheet

Notes



Language reference sheet




Student Learning Objective (SLO)

Language Objective

Language Needed


SLO 30.

CCSS:


L.9.1.a

WIDA 2


Speaking

Writing


Use parallel structure when speaking and writing.

Speak and write to apply the conventions of standard English grammar and usage to parallel structure after practicing with examples in small groups,

VU:

LFC:

LC:

Parallel structure

Verb forms

Varies by ELP level





ELP 1

ELP 2

ELP 3

ELP 4

ELP 5

Language Objectives


Write and speak single words to apply the conventions of standard English grammar and usage to parallel structure at an adapted level.



Write and speak in phrases to apply the conventions of standard English grammar and usage to parallel structure at an adapted level using a sentence frame.


Write and speak to apply parallel structure to the conventions of standard English grammar and usage to parallel structure at an adapted level with simple related sentences, and general and some content-based vocabulary. Speech may include errors in language forms and conventions which do not impede meaning.


Write and speak to apply the conventions of standard English grammar and usage to parallel structure with sentences of emerging complexity, length and type, some content-based vocabulary and correct language forms and conventions.


Write and speak to apply the conventions of standard English grammar and usage to parallel structure using sentences of varying complexity, length and type, content-based vocabulary and correct language forms and conventions at grade level.



Learning Supports

Parallel structure

examples


Pictures/Photographs

Cloze sentences



Word Wall

Word Bank

L1 support


Parallel structure examples

Small group practice with

examples

Notes in L1 & English



Pictures/Photographs

Sentence Frames

Word Wall

Word Bank

L1 support

Parallel structure examples

Small group practice with

examples

Template (completed model)



Word Wall

Word Bank



Parallel structure

examples


Notes


Parallel structure examples



In all instances, background knowledge, key vocabulary and critical language structures connected to the actual texts used will need to be taught and emphasized throughout the lessons.




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