Analyzing Student Tasks in Relation to Content Demands, Thinking Skills, and Language Use - Module Two
Analyzing Student Tasks in Relation to Content Demands, Thinking Skills, and Language Use” is the second in a three-part series of professional development modules about using the English Language Proficiency (ELP) Standards for Adult Education. This training is intended for instructors, instructional leaders, administrators, and professional development providers who are learning to use the new ELP standards in conjunction with their academic content standards.
Module Two introduces the first two steps in a four-step task analysis process. The content of the training responds to the following questions:
- What process can adult educators follow to understand the content knowledge, analytical skills, and language demands of an instructional task or activity?
- What does the task analysis process reveal about the demands of instructional tasks in relation to academic content standards and language use?