Content Objectives and Language Objectives
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Hello, Maria. I am required to prepare a lesson plan and include language and content objectives. Do you know what are them?
Of course Lidia. Listen, Content Objective identifies what students should know and be able to do at the end of the lesson and leads to assessment.
But Language Objective is a process-oriented statement (action verbs) of how students will use English with the content. It means, which language skill the student will use to develop that content.
For example: today I will analyze the nutritional data on a fast food menu to create one healthy meal and one unhealthy meal. (Content Objective)
My job is to write sentences describing the main features of French culture and French exports. (Language Objective)
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