content objectives an language objectives
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Difference between content objectives and language objectives
A Content Objective identifies what students should know and be able to do at the end of the lesson and leads to assessment. It is linked to engaging activities and to the learning outcomes. A Language Objective is a process-oriented statement (action verbs) of how students will use English with the content.
Content Only When teachers use content objectives only, students may not be able to apply what they've learned and engage their higher-level thinking skills. Language objective skills are key to success in higher education, and students who have not been challenged to develop these skills test lower on college aptitude tests
Language Only Content objectives should be considered the basics of instruction, while language objectives take the student further into the curriculum and provide a deeper understanding of the content.
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