Presentation on theme: "Welcome to SIOP 2! Learning Target:"— Presentation transcript:
1 Welcome to SIOP 2!Learning Target:to provide staff with a review of SIOP components and experience with SIOP friendly lessons with students as well as collaborating with colleagues
2 SIOP 2 Schedule 2011 Dates: (9 meetings) Jan. 6th– Lesson Preparation Feb. 3rd– Lesson DeliveryFeb. 17th– Lesson DeliveryMar. 3rd– Building BackgroundMar. 17th– Building BackgroundApr. 7th– Comprehensible InputApr. 21st– Comprehensible InputMay 5th- “Potpourri”*We’ll do the other 4 components next year...
3 What is this going to look like? Brief review of the SIOP component of focus*Find Someone and share outSelect a strategy to try (component of focus or one of the Kagan strategies)Fill out the SIOP 2 plan sheet***Try out the strategy, complete the rest of the SIOP 2 plan sheet* any documents you create to Melissa, Cindy or Renee to get posted on SSD’s SIOP page/site
4 SIOP: Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol Sheltered: Make a house with your arms Instruction: Scoop with your arms and then bring them to your head Observation: Lookout over forehead Protocol: Pretend to complete a checklist
5 and scaffold all the way up SIOP MottoTeach to the high,support the lowand scaffold all the way up
6 Instruction that impacts SIOPInstruction that impactsALLstudents
7 The goal is for all students to be engaged in their learning at least 90% of the time!
8 1 minute = Student Share Time The Model5 minutes = Teacher Talk2 minutes = Process Time1 minute = Student Share Time10 and 2 “GLAD”10 minutes = Teacher Talk2 minutes = Process time/student share time
9 SIOP has 8 Components: Lesson Preparation Building Background KnowledgeComprehensible InputStrategiesInteractionPractice and ApplicationLesson DeliveryReview and Assessment
10 Lesson PreparationContent objectives “ learning targets” (the What) clearly defined for studentsLanguage objective (the How) clearly defined for studentsContent concepts (Curriculum) appropriate for age and educational background level of studentsSupplementary materials used to a high degree, making the lesson clean and meaningfulAdaptation of content to all levels of student proficiencyMeaningful activities that integrate lesson concepts with language practice opportunities for reading, writing, listening and speaking
11 Building BackgroundConcepts explicitly linked to students’ background experiencesLinks explicitly made between past learning and new learningKey vocabulary emphasized (introduced, written, repeated, and highlighted for students to see)
12 Comprehensible InputSpeech appropriate for students’ proficiency levelClear expectations of academic tasksA variety of techniques used to make content concepts clear (modeling, visuals, hands-on activities, demonstrations, gestures, body language, etc. )
13 Lesson DeliveryContent objectives (the What) clearly supported by the lessonLanguage objectives (the How) clearly supported by the lessonStudents engaged approximately % of the timePacing of the lesson appropriate to the students’ ability level