SIOP DAY 2 -- Language Objectives

By Rebecca Lenser 21 Nov 19:52
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Academic VocabularyStudents will be able to define the terms chemical reaction, chemical change, and physical change orally and in writing.
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Language Skills and FunctionsStudents will be able to formulate questions and generate hypotheses before conducting an experiment.
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Language StructuresStudents will be able to use comparative phrases, such as greater than, larger than, smaller than, less than, and equal to orally and in writing when comparing geometric figures and angles.
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Language Learning StrategyStudents will be able to rehearse an oral presentation with a peer.

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Students will be able to define the terms chemical reaction, chemical change, and physical change orally and in writing.
Students will be able to formulate questions and generate hypotheses before conducting an experiment.
Students will be able to use comparative phrases, such as greater than, larger than, smaller than, less than, and equal to orally and in writing when comparing geometric figures and angles.
Students will be able to rehearse an oral presentation with a peer.
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