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SIOP Lesson Plan 2 Saturday, September 14, 2019 Grade/Class/Subject: 4 th Grade / Reading & Social Studies Unit/Theme: Diversity and How Laws Have Changed to Accommodate It Standards: Construct grade-appropriate oral and written claims and support them with reasoning and evidence. Content Objective (s): Reading, Writing, and Communicating / Social Studies - Diversity Language Objective(s): Students will be able to recognize, read, understand, and spell specific words for their proficiency level. Students will be able to identify language and grammar structures. Students will be able to retell the story and reference it to what they know in their own words. Key Vocabulary Click here to enter text. Supplementary Materials Click here to enter text. SIOP Features Preparation Adaption of content Links to background Links to past learning Strategies incorporated Integration of Process Reading Writing Speaking Listening Scaffolding Modeling Guided practice Independent practice Comprehensible input Application Hands-on
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