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.