Develop a lesson plan in your own discipline [or for elementary teachers, in one of the disciplines you teach] that meets the criteria for sheltered instruction (see rubric). This lesson should incorporate the following components:
- Clearly defined content objectives.
- Clearly defined language objectives. [What characteristics of language development will you incorporate in your lesson? Use of comparative words, creating question structures, using sequential words to retell information, etc.]
- Vocabulary to be taught and learned.
- Supplementary materials to be used to enhance [visual, auditory tactile etc] the lesson for ELLs.
- Learning strategies modeled by the teacher and taught to the students. [This can be one of the strategies described in Part Four or a strategy you have used successfully in your own classroom, such as previewing, predicting, skimming, learning an acronym, etc.]
- Show how you have modified learning materials and teacher language to enhance learning for ELLs.
- Incorporate an assessment with differentiated questions or types of response for the ELLs in your classroom.