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A. Reviewing Previous Lesson or Presenting the New Lesson: - Begin the lesson by reviewing the concept of academic texts and their importance in various disciplines. - Recap the previous lesson on the characteristics of academic language and its purpose.

B. Establishing a Purpose for the Lesson: - Explain to students that the objective of this lesson is to differentiate the language used in academic texts from various disciplines. - Emphasize the importance of understanding and being able to identify the specific language used in different academic fields.

C. Presenting Examples/Instances of the Lesson: - Provide students with a variety of academic texts from different disciplines such as science, history, literature, and mathematics. - Display these texts on the board or distribute them to each group of students. - Instruct students to read the texts and identify the specific language used in each discipline.

D. Discussing New Concepts and Practicing New Skills #1: - Facilitate a class discussion where students share their findings and observations about the language used in the different academic texts. - Guide the discussion to highlight the differences in vocabulary, sentence structure, and tone between the disciplines. - Encourage students to ask questions and engage in critical thinking about the language choices made in each discipline.

E. Developing Mastery: - Divide the students into small groups and provide each group with a specific academic discipline. - Instruct each group to create a flyer that showcases the language used in their assigned discipline. - The flyer should include examples of vocabulary, sentence structures, and tone specific to that discipline. - Allow students time to research and collaborate within their groups to create their flyers.

F. Finding Practical Applications of Concepts and Skills in Daily Living: - Have each group present their flyer to the class, explaining the language choices they made and why they are important in their assigned discipline. - Encourage class discussion and reflection on how understanding the language of different disciplines can be useful in everyday life, such as when reading scientific articles or understanding historical documents.

G. Making Generalizations and Abstractions about the Lesson: - Lead a class discussion to help students make generalizations about the language used in academic texts across various disciplines. - Encourage students to identify commonalities and differences in language choices and discuss the reasons behind these patterns.

H. Evaluating Learning: - Assess students’ understanding of the lesson objective by asking them to individually write a short reflection on what they have learned about differentiating language used in academic texts from various disciplines. - Review their reflections to gauge their comprehension and identify any areas that may need further clarification.

I. Additional Activities for Application or Remediation: - For students who may need additional support, provide extra practice exercises where they can identify and analyze the language used in academic texts from different disciplines. - For students who have mastered the concept, challenge them to research and present on a specific academic discipline, highlighting the language used in that field.