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What is a content objective?
Last Updated: 2nd April, 2020
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Accordingly, what is the difference between content and language objectives?
›A Content Objective identifies whatstudents should know and be able to do at the end of the lesson andleads to assessment. It is linked to engaging activities and to thelearning outcomes. A Language Objective is aprocess-oriented statement (action verbs) of how students will useEnglish with the content.
what is the purpose of the language objective? Language Objectives: Promote student academiclanguage growth. Include the use of either receptive(listening and reading) and/or productive language skills(speaking and writing)
Likewise, people ask, what are some language objectives?
They focus on the “What.” LanguageObjectives are “how” the students will showwhat they are learning. They are focused on the four domainsof Speaking, Listening, Reading, and Writing. The ELP(English Language Proficiency) standards and the WIDAstandards are sources of language objectives.
What are the learning objectives?
Learning objectives define learningoutcomes and focus teaching. They help to clarify,organize and prioritize learning. They help you and yourstudents evaluate progress and encourage them to takeresponsibility for their learning. What is the differencebetween an aim and a learning objective?