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  • ORAL LANGUAGE", SCOPE AND SEQUENCE CHARTLyn Watts - Educational Consultant

    LEVEL 1 '"Year PrepSPEAKING OBJECTIVES: Assessment Strategies:

    SOCIAL TALKdeliver a message in person or by phonerelate experiences to classmateexpress personal needs and wantsdescribe self positivelydistinguish between asking and telling when formulating responsesparticipate in discussions by alternating role of speaker and listener

    Teacher observationTeacher observationOral responseOral responseOral responseTeacher observation

    TALKING TO LEARNrelate an experience with descriptive languagerelate experiences in a logical, organized mannerexpress ideas that will add to a class experience story, poem or word chartuse and expand a range of effective vocabularyformulate questions to obtain information and clarify meaningspeak with others to identify, explore and solve problemsrelate how a character, story or poem makes one feelidentify rhyming wordsrecall detailsidentify sound-symbol relationshipspredict outcome of a story, play, or event

    Oral responseOral responseTeacher observationTeacher observationOral responseTeacher observationOral responseOral responseOral responseTeacher observationTeacher observation

    FORMAL TALKspeak in complete thoughtsspeak using eye contact, poise, pronunciation, articulation, volume, inflectiondescribe self positivelymaintain focus on topicparticipate in several types of dramatic role playingspeaking before a group to present information and/or tell a storytell / create a story from a pictureretell a sequence of events or wordsuse singular and plural wordsuse noun, verb and pronounuse subject and verb agreement

    Oral responseTeacher observationOral responseTeacher observationOral presentationOral presentationOral presentationOral presentationOral responseOral responseOral response

    Assessment Strategies:Teacher observationTeacher observationTeacher observationOral responseTeacher observationTeacher observationOral responseOral responseOral responseOral responseOral responseOral responseOral responseTeacher observationTeacher observation

    LISTENING OBJECTIVES:actively listen for a variety of purposes including enjoyment and learningfollow directions to complete a taskexpand vocabulary through listening experiencesidentify sounds in school and surrounding environmentdemonstrate active listening in response to a story, poem or recordingparticipate in discussion by alternating between role of listener and speakerdiscriminate between loud and soft soundsrecall a sequence of soundsrecall a sequence of events or wordsidentify the initial sound of a word presented verballyassociate pictures and objects with their corresponding beginning soundsidentify the order (first, middle, last) that sounds make in a wordrecall details from a speaker, story or poemidentify rhyming wordsdistinguished reality from fantasy and sense from nonsense

  • LEVEL 2 ,....,Year OneSPEAKING OBJECTIVES: Assessment Strategies:

    SOCIAL TALKexpress personal needs and feelingsshare personal experiences with classmatesselect appropriate opportunities for verbal contributionsdeliver a two-part messagedistinguish between asking and telling when formulating responses

    TALKING TO LEARNparticipate in cooperative group settingscontribute relevant ideas to a group discussion and/or group writingparticipate in discussions by alternating roles of speaker and listenertell / create a story from a picturestate opinions and support his/her opinionsask appropriate questions to clarify meaningevaluate a book by identifying why he/she did/didn't like itcomplete sentences & use age-appropriate vocabularyrepeat simple directions in sequencegive simple directions in a sequential manner

    Oral responseOral presentationTeacher observationTeacher observationTeacher observations

    Anecdotal recordTeacher observationTeacher observationOral response

    . Oral responseTeacher observationOral presentationOral responseOral responseOral response

    FORMAL TALKselect volume appropriate to the situationselect and orally read a book to the classorally share a book revieworally share individual writingparticipate in collaborative speaking activitiesretell a story from reading and/or writingexpress ideas in correct subject/verb agreementuse irregular word forms correctlyuse pronouns correctlypresent ideas in a sequential mannerrespond clearly and fluently using complete sentences

    Teacher observationOral presentationTeacher observationTeacher observationTeacher observationOral presentationOral responseOral responseOral responseTeacher observationOral response

    Assessment Strategies:Oral responseTeacher observationTeacher observationOral responseTeacher observationAnecdotal recordOral responseOral responseOral responseTeacher observationOral responseOral responseJournal writingTeacher observationTeacher observationTeacher observationTestTeacher observationOral response

    LISTENING OBJECTIVES:relate information heard to personal experiencesevaluate spoken messages by making reasoned interpretationsdemonstrate active listening through eye contact and body languageinterpret meaning through speaker's tone and inflectionparticipate in discussions by alternating roles of speaker and listenerparticipate in a cooperative group settingrecall details in a conversationrecall the details and/or sequence of an activity or eventdistinguish the beginning, middle, and end of an oral selectiondistinguish between events or situations which are realistic or imaginarydistinguish relevant from irrelevant comments in a discussionask appropriate questions to clarify meaning of an oral communicationformulate opinions based on information givenidentify sounds in school environmentfollow directions with locational words to complete taskrecall details from narrative or expository textidentify rhyming wordsreco gnize cause-and -effect relati onshi psdraw conclusions from information given orally


    SOCIAL TALKintroduce one person to anothername other persons first and oneself lastdemonstrate appropriate greeting/response when answering a telephone

    TALKING TO LEARNinterview classmates or adults to gather informationrelate a personal experience using time order wordsgive an oral direction using time order wordsrespond to students' questions about what was sharedask relevant questions to collect informationshare original writing with othersparticipate in discussions by alternating roles of speaker and listenermaintain focus on a topic during class discussiondiscuss with others to explore and solve problemsparaphrase informationincorporate subject-area vocabulary into class discussionincorporate subject-area vocabulary into class discussionstate the topic of an oral selection/storysummarize information in sequence

    FORMAL TALKspeak clearly and distinctly and stay on topicrespond in complete sentences with increasingly complex sentence structureexpress thoughts using developmentally correct grammarrecord a concise message on telephone equipmentread aloud with fluency and expressionparticipate in collaborative speaking activities: Choral reading, plays,role playing, puppet shows, and reciting of poemsfollow an oral presentation checklistparticipate in small group oral language activities to create an end productretell stories from writing, reading, and pictures with greater detailuse nonverbal cues for emphasis, including body language volume, eye contactrecall the steps to be followed in making an emergency telephone callspeak before a group to tell a story or to present informationinclude a clear opening and closing in an oral presentationpresent ideas in a definite sequencedemonstrate an awareness of pacing during an oral presentationdemonstrate originality and an awareness of risk taking in an oral presentation


    demonstrate active listeninglisten for a variety of purposeslisten to others and respond courteously to their ideas and opinionsdistinguish between relevant and irrelevant information in phone conversationsfollow directions given by a classmate to complete a taskfollow increasingly complex directionsparticipate in oral discussions by alternating the roles of speaker and listenerrecall details in sequenceidentify main idea and supporting detailssummarize informationdemonstrate comprehension of a variety of oral presentationsselect a variety of media to access information

    Assessment Strategies:

    Oral responseOral responsePurrecdotalrecord

    Teacher observationAnecdotal recordOral responseOral responseOral responseTeacher observationTeacher observationTeacher observationTeacher observationConferenceTeacher observationTeacher observationOral responseConference

    Anecdotal recordAnecdotal recordAnecdotal recordOral responseTeacher observationCreative presentationCreative presentationChecklistRecord student participationOral responseTeacher observationAnecdotal recordOral presentationChecklistOral responseTeacher observationTeacher observation

    Assessment Strategies:

    Teacher observationTeacher observationTeacher observationsOral responseAnecdotal recordAnecdotal recordTeacher observationWritten responseOral responseOral responseStudent workTeacher observation

  • LEVEL 3 '"Year ThreeSPEAKING OBJECTIVES:SOCIAL TALKspeak politely in all situations using the four protocolsrelate fluently personal or original experiencesdisplay confidence/fluency while speaking to othersverbalize correct usage of "1" and "me" in sentencesask classmates clarifying questions and build on topics discussed

    TALKING TO LEARNcontribute orally during class discussionrespond to classmates' questions about their ideas during discussionsexplain directions clearlyassume various roles in a cooperative groupcontribute to a classroom discussion on a subject area topic