Content Objectives and Language Objectives

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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