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18. Breaking Down Language Objectives with Guest Courtney Morgan
Episode 1815th April 2022 • Equipping ELLs • Beth Vaucher, ELL, ESL Teachers
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When it comes to language objectives, writing them in student-friendly language and making them visible for our ELL students is so important for them and has a huge impact. With help from today’s guest, you’ll learn exactly how these objectives impact your students and see that writing language objectives doesn’t have to be complicated. In today’s episode, Courtney Morgan shares about language objectives and scaffolds you can use in your classroom to address those objectives as well as some tips for navigating the WIDA standards.

Courtney understands first-hand the overwhelm that Gen. Ed. teachers feel, and she is determined to keep things simple and easy to implement. If you’re looking for a way to boost the quality of your lessons, be sure to grab a FREE copy of Courtney’s Language and Content Objectives Quick Template here.

Courtney Morgan is an English learner specialist and teacher living near Asheville, North Carolina, where she loves having the mountains at her doorstep. After 16 years as an elementary classroom teacher in districts large and small, Courtney shifted into her current role to focus her efforts on supporting multilingual students. Through her business, The All-Access Classroom, Courtney equips Gen. Ed. teachers to confidently make their lessons accessible to English learners.

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