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Module 4: WrlLlng Language Cb[ecLlves
Coal: SLudenLs wlll be able Lo wrlLe approprlaLe language ob[ecLlves LhaL reference sLudenL asseLs and conLenL
Learning Objective #1 (Remembering): Following readings and a PowerPoint presentation, students will name
the components of a language objective with 90% accuracy.

Learning Objective #2 (Analyzing): Following readings on the topic, students will demonstrate a confident
ability to analyze the key concepts (content objective, language objective and student profile) by diagraming
their relationships with a least five logical connections using a performance rubric.

Learning Objective #3 (Evaluating): Using knowledge constructed through readings and discussions, students
will evaluate the challenges of writing language objectives at the "proficient level" on a rubric by assessing two
issues and their implications on teaching and learning.

Learning Objective #4 (Creating): Using information from articles, online discussions, and models, students in
pairs will combine their ideas and formulate a content objective and a language objective(s) for English
language learners in a specific educational context at the proficient level using an analytic rubric.

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a language ob[ecLlve.
(summarlze, descrlbe lnLerpreL,
predlcL, dlscuss)
<8"7D"" SLudenLs wlll dlscuss any quesLlons relaLed Lo Lhe qulz on Lhe
dlscusslon board.
(apply, demonsLraLe, lllusLraLe,
classlfy, experlmenL, dlscover)

(analyze, classlfy, connecL, explaln,

uslng a concepL mapplng Lool, sLudenL wlll explaln flve loglcal
connecLlons beLween Lhe key concepLs of conLenL ob[ecLlve,
language ob[ecLlve and sLudenL proflle.
(assess, recommend, convlnce,
compare, conclude, summarlze)

SLudenLs wlll respond orally Lo Lwo prompLs ºSummarlze a
challenge you face when wrlLlng a language ob[ecLlve" and
º8ecommend a sLraLegy you use when wrlLlng a language
(comblne, lnLegraLe, plan, creaLe,
deslgn, formulaLe)

ln palrs sLudenLs wlll use on-llne collaboraLlon Lool descrlbe aL
leasL Lhree Lngllsh language learners ln a speclflc educaLlonal
conLexL and formulaLe approprlaLe conLenL and language