Adrian Moore - TEACH-NOW M5 U4 A3 - SCAFFOLDING IN THE 6TH GRADE LATIN CLASSROOM

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1. Standards & Objectives

1.1. Standard

1.1.1. Communication Standard B 1.1.2 of Classical Languages section in the World Languages Standards published by the DC OSSE, 2009

1.1.2. “[Students shall be able to] [r]ecognize and identify essential grammatical structures to understand and translate simple phrases and/or sentences in Latin.”

1.1.3. Context: Latin Past Tense

1.2. Big Idea

1.2.1. Latin Past Tense is, in construction and format, similar but different to other tenses we have studied so far

1.3. Lessons' Objectives

1.3.1. SWBAT form Latin Past Tense from third principle part + past tense endings

1.3.2. SWBAT differentiate Latin Past Tense in 4 Conjugations

1.3.3. SWBAT translate Latin Past Tense as both simple past (ex. I swam) and compound past (ex. I have swum)

1.3.4. SWBAT recognize and form negatives and questions in the Latin Past Tense

2. Scaffolding for Students who find the assimilation of new information difficult

2.1. Graphic Organizer

2.1.1. With the whole class, device a graphic organizer for identifying a verbs principal parts

2.2. Modified Work Sheets

2.2.1. Use Explanation Boxes

2.2.2. Use HINTS in written exercises

2.2.3. Use KEY WORDS explainers

2.2.4. Use detailed points structure so that students know exactly how much information they need to provide

2.3. Visual Verb Vocabulary Sheets

2.3.1. Provided by the teacher

2.3.2. Designed by the students

3. Scaffolding for Struggling Students

3.1. Monday Student Hours (4-5pm)

3.1.1. Require certain students to attend for further tuition

3.1.2. Devote these sessions to catch-up tuition

3.2. Wednesday Student Hours

3.2.1. Miscellaneous test/quiz retakes

3.2.2. Latin "Surgery"

4. Scaffolding for Advanced Students

4.1. Pre-Unit Mini Formative Assessment

4.1.1. Identify students with any prior knowledge

4.1.2. Identify the level and depth of that knowledge

4.2. Advanced Worksheets

4.2.1. Include more complex examples of the Past Tense

4.2.2. Remove prompts, hints, examples from these worksheets

4.2.3. Provide more challenging mini-texts for translation

4.3. Study Buddies

4.3.1. Consider suitability as part time study buddy for less confident students

4.3.2. Provide brief guidance and training as Study Buddy

5. Scaffolding for All Students

5.1. Tiered Summative Assessments

5.1.1. Basic Assessment for all

5.1.2. Extension Assessment for extra credit for advanced students e.g. writing their own past tense story in Latin

6. Scaffolding for Students lacking confidence / struggling to organise

6.1. Clear-up Club

6.1.1. Mondays / Wednesdays 5pm, other days 4pm

6.1.2. Clearing up the classroom / organizing Homework and backpacks

6.1.3. Candy /cookies / casual chat