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ENHANCE THE READING AND WRITING DEVELOPMENT PROCESS OF LIMITED ENGLISH SPEAKERS DEVELOP WHOLE LANGUAGE LEVEL APPROPRIATE READING LESSONS FEATURING MULTICULTURAL TOPICS OF CONTEMPORARY IMPORTANCE REFINE AND REINFORCE READING AND WRITING SKILLS ACQUIRED AT EARLER STAGES FACILITATE THE TRANSITION FROM LEARNING -TO-READ TO READING TO LEARN DEVELOP CRITICAL READING SKILLS TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF REASONING AND STUDY SKILLS PRO VIDE EFFEC TI VE INSTRUC TION ONAREAS OF WEAKNESS IDENTIFIED BY STANDARDIZED READING AND ENGLISH TESTS DEVELOP EFFECT/VE TEST TAKING SKILLS INTEGRATE THE TEA CHING OFLANGUAGE SKILLS WITH SUBJECT MATTER CONTENT DEVELOP CONTENT BASED ESL READING AND WRITING LESSONS DEVELOP VOCABULARY SKILLS NECESSARY TO EFFECTIVELY FUNCTION IN CONTENT AREA CLASSES EXPAND RANGE OF VOCABULARY THROUGH ROOT AND AFFIX ANALYSIS OF WORDS, CONTEXT AND USE OF THE DICTIONARY INTRODUCE LITERARY SELECTIONS OF INCREASED DIFFICULTY
READING SKILLS AT THE PARAGRAPH/EXTENDED DISCOURSE LEVEL IDENTIFY CAUSE AND EFFECT RELATIONSHIPS COMPREHEND NEW VOCABULARY AND CONCEPTS IN CONTEXT COMPREHEND THE MAIN IDEA. READING SKILLS AT THE WORD LEVEL IDENTIFY COMMON AND IRREGULAR PREFIXES AND SUFFIXES IDENTIFY HOMONYMS AND HOMOPHONES BY CONTEXT RECOGNIZE AND UNDERSTAND COMPLEX CONTENT AREA WORDS 2. READING SKILLS AT THE SENTENCE LEVEL RECOGNIZE AND UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF POSITION OF WORDS IN DETERMINING THE EXACT MEANING OF A SENTENCE IDENTIFY WORDS ACCORDING TO CATEGORIES IN SENTENCES COMPREHEND COMMON IDIOMATIC EXPRESSIONS IDENTIFY SYNONYMS AND ANTON YMS ASSOCIATE WORDS BY REASONING 3.READING OBJECTIVES 1. PROBLEM OR ISSUE POSED IN A PASSAGE MAKE ANALOGIES IN REASONING FROM SUPPORTING EVIDENCE READ SELECTIONS OF INCREASED DIFFICULTY FOR RECREATIONAL AND STUDY PURPOSES DRAW CONCLUSIONS FROM FACTS AND SUPPORTING EVIDENCE UNDERTAKE CONTROLLED READING SELECTIONS INDEPENDENTLY RECOGNIZE AND UNDERSTAND THE SEQUENCE OF IDEAS READ SELECTIONS THAT ARE RELEVANT TO AND REPRESENTATIVE OF STUDENT CONTENT AREA CLASSES 3 .
MECHANICS USE COMMON PUNCTUATION MARKS: COMMA. LANGUAGE SKILLS GRAMMAR AND USAGE 4 . EXCLAMATION POINT.WRITING GOALS STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO WRITE SENTENCES DEMONSTRATING GRAMMATICAL APPROPRIATENESS STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO WRITE COHERENT PARAGRAPHS AND COMPOSITIONS STUDENTS WILL WRITE LETTERS. OR ANY EDUCATIONAL FIELD OBJECTIVES 1. REPORTS AND OTHER SHORT COMPOSITIONS WITH SPECIFIC PURPOSES STUDENTS WILL DEVELOP OVERALL LANGUAGE SKILLS AND WILL BE INTRODUCED TO INCREASINGLY ADVANCED SKILLS IN THE AREAS OF SPELLING. MATHEMATICS. SPELLING SPELL IRREGULAR NOUNS AND VERBS USE CONTEXT TO SPELL HOMOPHONES UNDERSTAND RULES FOR USING IE AND EI RECOGNIZE WORDS OFTEN CONFUSED 2. QUOTATION MARKS AND APOSTROPHE REVIEW PUNCTUATING SALUTATION AND COMPLIMENTARY CLOSING OF A LETTER (PERSONAL AND BUSINESS) 3. MECHANICS AND LANGUAGE USAGE STUDENTS WILL WRITE ABOUT IDEAS DRAWN FROM HISTORY. SCIENCE.
REGULAR VS.USE VERBS CORRECTLY AND RECOGNIZE TENSE A. PAST PARTICIPLE FORM C. UNDERSTAND SUBJECT AND VERB AGREEMENT D. GRAMMATICAL AND PUNCTUATION ERRORS REMOVE UNRELATED SENTENCES REWORD SENTENCES TO AVOID REPETITION 5 . PAST VS. BODY AND CONCLUSION REFINE THE FOLLOWING SKILLS TAUGHT AT EARLIER LEVELS CONS TRUCT1NG INTRODUCTORY SENTENCES WRITING A TITLE TO A PASSAGE ADDING DETAILS TO A PARAGRAPH PROOFREADING UPGRADE PROOFREADING AND EDITING SKILLS CORRECT SPELLING. IRREGULAR FORMS B. UNDERSTAND SENTENCES CHOICE AND USE OF WORDS USE VOCABULARY APPROPRIATE TO THE PURPOSE AND AUDIENCE WRITE SENTENCES EMPLOYING DESCRIPTIVE TERMS USE VARIED VOCABULARY TO AVOID WORD REPETITION IN SENTENCES COMPOSITION SKILLS WRITE A TOPIC OUTLINE AND DEVELOP IT INTO A COMPOSITION AND/OR ESSAY WITH AN INTRODUCTION.
AND VALUES COMPARE AND CONTRAST THE NATIVE CULTURE WITH THAT OF THE UNITED STATES EXPRESSIONS OF CULTURES THROUGH: A. LITERATURE. INSTITUTIONS. MAGAZINES AND JOURNALS UNDERSTAND QUANTITATIVE RELATIONSHIPS ON GRAPHS. BIOGRAPHIES) C. HISTORY (EVENTS. SONGS. HOLIDAYS B. DANCE D. MUSIC. AND ART FORMS STUDY SKILLS GOALS READ AND FOLLOW DIRECTIONS LOCATE SPECIFIC INFORMATION IN NEWSPAPERS. CHARTS AND TABLES EVALUATE AND REPHRASE INFORMATION FOUND IN REFERENCE MATERIA LS 6 .CULTURAL GOALS DEVELOP NEW PERSPECTIVES ABOUT AMERICA’S CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND BUILD THE SELF ESTEEM OF STUDENTS INCREASE KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING OF THE CULTURE OF THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES THROUGH EXPOSURE TO ITS CUSTOMS. TRADITIONS.
THE ESL INTERMEDIATE CLASS IS DESIGNED FOR ESL STUDENTS LIVING IN THE UNITED STATES FOR MORE THAN ONE YEAR, ARE SOMEWHAT ENGLISH FLUENT AND HAVE A RELATIVELY LOW STANDARDIZED ENGLISH OR READING TEST SCORE. THESE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES HAVE BEEN WRITTEN FOR THE ENGLISH FLUENT SPEAKING STUDENT. THIS IS THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNER WHO CAN COMMUNICATE IN FLUENTLY IN ENGLISH BUT DEMONSTRATES POOR GRAMMAR, READING WRITING SKILLS AND HAS A LIMITED VOCABULARY AND GRASP OF CULTURAL CONCEPTS. THIS TYPE OF STUDENT LACKS LINGUISTIC COMPETENCE IN ENGLISH, BECAUSE OF AN INABILITY TO SPEAK, READ, OR WRITE IN ENGLISH WITHOUT NUMEROUS ERRORS IN GRAMMAR AND ENGLISH USAGE. IN ADDITTION, THE MISTAKES MADE ARE USUALLY NOT THOSE OF NATIVE SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH, BUT OF SOMEONE EXPERIENCING A GREAT DEAL OF INTERFERENCE FROM ANOTHER LANGUAGE SYSTEM. INSTRUCTIONAL PLANS WILL BE STRUCTURED IN WAYS WHICH BEST TAKE INTO ACCOUNT THE STUDENTS: AGE, MATURITY, GENERAL APTITUDE, AND PROFICIENCY IN THE FIRST LANGUAGE, RATE OF PROGRESS AND CULTURAL BACKGROUND. MOST IMPORTANTLY, SENSITIVITY TO THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE PRIMARY CULTURE OF STUDENTS WILL BE DEMONSTRATED BY WAY OF DEVELOPING INSTRUCTIONAL PLANS WITH A MULTICULTURAL FOCUS. STUDENT PROGRESS WILL BE ASSESSED ON AN ONGOING BASIS. STUDENTS WILL BE TESTED WEEKLY SO PROGRESS CAN BE ASSESSED AND INSTRUCTION MODIFIED AS NEEDED. THESE GOAL S AND OBJECTIVES HAVE BEEN DEVELOPED TO MEET THE NEEDS OF STUDENTS AT THE INTERMEDIATE LEVEL OF LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY. THESE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES CAN APPROPRIATELY BE USED TO ASSIST STUDENTS TO ACHIEVE COMMUNICATIVE AND LINGUISTIC COMPETENCE IN ENGLISH. THESE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES WILL BE EXANDED AND ADJUSTED ACCORDING T0 THE ABILITIES AND INTERESTS OF THE STUDENTS.
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