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You will be working with the following objective for this step: • SWBAT describe the location of objects in a room using location phrases (debajo de, al lado de, etc.) and the appropriate form of the verb estar. You can assume that students have already learned appropriate household vocabulary to support this objective. In other words, you are working on teaching the location phrases and the forms of the verb as new content and on reinforcing vocabulary such as la mesa and los platos as prior knowledge.) Note: If you have a foreign language teaching placement in a language other than Spanish, feel free to do an equivalent or similar objective in that language. The resources below will still be helpful. Before you begin drafting your daily lesson vision, remember to take some steps to help you better understand your objective. See the list below for some strong resources to support this process. Important Note: Remember that – for now – you are only exploring these resources to help you deepen your understanding of your objective such that you can write a strong daily lesson vision. While these resources may also give you some exciting ideas for lesson methods, that is not your purpose – at least not yet! • ACTFL Resources: The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages has recently updated its proficiency guidelines for speaking, writing, listening, and reading a foreign language. ACTFL has also developed a set of national standards for foreign language education. Skim one or both of these documents to develop a big-picture vision of the outcomes of foreign language instruction. Released Tests: To develop an understanding of what you are building toward, starting in Spanish I, explore a released Spanish test from the comprehensive New York State Regents exams. TFANet Content Community: There is a “National World Languages Community” on TFANet, comprised of corps members and alumni. Copy-and-paste the link below to access the homepage for this community. Then click on the “Resource Links” tab and choose just 1 of the listed resources to explore (you can always go back and check out more later). Note: You need to be logged into TFANet to access the link. http://tinyurl.com/6tvokrr
GRADE-LEVEL: CONTENT-AREA: OBJECTIVE.
• What is your objective?
• • What key ideas and understandings are represented by this objective? What knowledge and skills do students need to access these key ideas and understandings?
• Describe, briefly, what students will do to show you that they have mastered (or made progress toward) the objective.
EXEMPLAR STUDENT RESPONSE.
• Complete your lesson assessment to represent a student response at the highest expected level of rigor.