Adapting an Actual Lesson for ELL’s (Prompt)

what-role-did-women-play-in-the-french-revolution_5927b539-abee-4d5d-93dd-4a5ebbc8fa39Here is a slide show about the French Revolution (in PDF format – in KeyNote – in PowerPoint) that is suitable for native English speakers. Look it over and pretend that you’re going to teach ELL high schoolers with it next week. Specifically, make three specific adaptions (e.g. build a ‘Concept Definition Map’ for vocab. words for the words Estate, Clergy, & Nobility) using this Making Content Comprehensible for ELL’s doc that Gerardo generously left for us to use.
By class time on Monday 11/28 (because I wanted to give you an additional reason to be thankful), post a response on your site. Just write a heading, selecting the name of the adaptation/strategy and then take a few sentence to detail how you would implement it.

Adapting an Assessment Assignment:

Good afternoon, y’all —

Attached is the Adapting an Assessment assignment. This will be due on December 4th, and you must have decided upon an assessment from your mentor teacher that you’ll be using for the assignment by Tuesday, November 22nd.

Finally, the assignment itself mentions grade distributions for the sample assignment we’re providing you. They are below:

  • A (>90%): 10
  • B (>80%): 5
  • C (>70%): 37
  • D (>60%): 22
  • F (<60%): 15

ASSIGNMENT & RUBRIC: adapting-an-assessment-assignment-and-rubric-te-407

PETER’S SAMPLE ASSESSMENT: