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1 Implementing MTSS/RtI with English Language Learners Noris Aguayo, District New Teacher Coach Lake County Teacher of the Year 2013 Robin R. Neeld, Title III & ELL September 19, 2013 Learning Resource Center

2 C 2 Cohort September, 2013 Take a moment and jot your first thought in response to the following questions on your plate… 1.What are you doing to meet your ELL students needs? 2.How are you implementing these strategies? 3.How can you make your strategies more rigorous? What are you doing to meet your ELL student’s needs? How are you implementing these ELL strategies? How can you make your ELL strategies more rigorous? What’s on Your ELL Plate?

3 Exit Ticket: Reflect on ELL Core Strategies Revisit Essential Question Shift to Common Core: Implementing MTSS/RtI with ELLs September 19, 2013 Learning Goal: Participants will understand how to incorporate strategies and resources when implementing the tiered levels of support for ELLs. Objective: ELL Contacts will be able to identify strategies for underperforming ELLs and coach teachers to utilize appropriate resources in the immersion classroom. Bell Ringer Community Builder Thinking Plates Sum-It-Up Essential Question: How do I support teachers to create engaging lessons to reach all levels of language acquisition in ELL students? Common Language: MTSS/RtI ELL Strategies Thinking Maps ELL Tiered Levels of Support I DO Define and identify key strategies and resources available in the classroom to support language learning WE DO Through discovery and collaboration participants will engage in “hands-on” learning centers YOU DO Demonstrate your understanding by sharing an implementation plan for your school C 2 Cohort September, 2013

4 Vision StatementVision Statement  A dynamic, progressive and collaborative learning community embracing change and diversity where every student will graduate with the skills needed to succeed in postsecondary education and the workplace. Mission StatementMission Statement  The mission of the Lake County Schools is to provide every student with individual opportunities to excel.  Lake County Schools is committed to excellence in all curricular opportunities and instructional best practices. This focus area addresses closing the achievement gap, increased graduation rate, decreased dropout rate, increase in Level 3 and above scores on the FCAT, achieving an increase in the number of students enrolled in advanced placement and dual enrollment opportunities and implementing the best practices in instructional methodology. C 2 Cohort September, 2013

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6  C 2 Cohort September, Critical Thinking and Problem Solving 2. Collaboration and Leadership 3. Agility and Adaptability 4. Initiative and Entrepreneurialism 5. Effective Oral and Written Communication 6. Accessing and Analyzing Information 7. Curiosity and Imagination

7 Domain 2 Element 47 Planning/Preparing for Special Student Needs Teacher provides for the needs of ELLs by identifying the adaptations that must be made within a lesson or unit. C 2 Cohort September, 2013

8 Types of ELLs Long-Term English Learners Recent Arrivals with Limited or Interrupted Formal Schooling Recent Arrivals with Adequate Schooling Have been in US schools several years-often in ESL classes (LES) Exited LEP still struggling academically Conversational proficiency in English but not mastery for academic Does not have formal register of English required by schools Have conversational proficiency in native language but not conversational English Behind classmates in subject matter knowledge Need to develop conversational English to function in social situations in and out of school - at the same time they need to develop academic language and acquire subject matter knowledge Have academic language and academic content knowledge As English develops able to draw on this background and catch up with classmates as the academic language and concepts transfer into a second language Needs new words to express concepts they already know

9 C 2 Cohort September, When the music starts move around the classroom. 2.When the music stops, “High Five” a buddy to “Think, Pair, Share” 3.Exchange names and share one strategy from your Thinking Plate. 4.When the music starts move around the room until the music stops. 5.“High Five” the next partner and exchange name and strategy. 6.Repeat. Goal – Fill your plate with strategies that you already use. What are you doing to meet your ELL students needs? How are you implementing these ELL strategies? How can you make your ELL strategies more rigorous? What’s on Your ELL Plate?

10 C 2 Cohort September, 2013 Share with table members strategies that you have collected from others. 1.What are you doing to meet your ELL students needs? 2.How are you implementing these ELL strategies? 3.How can you make your ELL strategies more rigorous? What are you doing to meet your ELL students needs? How are you implementing these ELL strategies? How can you make your ELL strategies more rigorous? What’s on Your ELL Plate?

11  2003 – 5.5 million ELLs up nearly 100% a decade earlier  ELLs must make 1½ to 2 years gains each year to close the achievement gap  English Language Learners have diverse backgrounds, languages, and education profiles: ◦ Some have limited schooling; others read and write above grade level in their own language ◦ Some have had negative school experiences and come unmotivated; others are highly motivated and have supportive families ◦ Some live in poverty without books in their homes; other come from middle class families with high levels of literacy ◦ Some speak Latin-based languages, easing the recognition of some English words; others speak languages that do not have a written form C2 Cohort October 2013

12 C 2 Cohort September, 2013 CORE + MOST

13 C2 Cohort October 2013 Strategies, Resources, Making Connections!

14 C 2 Cohort September, 2013 What resonates for you from the “---” video? Strategies, Resources, Making Connections!

15 “Providing C2 Tools 4 U 2 Use!” ◦ Implementing RTI with English Learners  Douglas Fisher  Nancy Frey  Carol Rothenberg C 2 Cohort September, 2013

16 “Tier I: An Opportunity to Learn through Effective Instruction for ELLs” pg Jigsaw – Each participant is numbered in table teams. C 2 Cohort September, 2013

17  Team Jigsaw  In teams of four count off to establish team member number.  Divide the article among the team:  Team Member1, Framework for Instruction pg  Team Member 2, 3 Essential Instructional Principles pg  Team Member 3, Using a Structured Teaching Framework with ELLs pg  Team Member 4, Meaningful & Challenging Tasks and the Gradual Release of Responsibility pg  Share with Team new knowledge acquired during the Jigsaw. C 2 Cohort September, 2013

18 “Tier I: An Opportunity to Learn through Effective Instruction for ELLs” pg Each participant shares new knowledge of strategies that are integral in Tier 1 among their table teams. C 2 Cohort September, minute activity: 7 minutes to read article 10 minutes to collect important points 1 minute return to Table Team 3 minutes each to share with Team

19 Effective Instruction of ELLs Framework for Instruction Meaningful & Challenging Tasks and the Gradual Release of Responsibility Three Essential Instructional Principles Using a Structured Teaching Framework with ELLs

20  Count off by 5’s  Grab your thinking plate and go to the station that has your number on it  Choose the colored level that corresponds to your table mat (RED, BLUE’S, GREEN)  Follow the directions provided  When the bell rings, take 30 seconds to write down any strategies that you used during the activity on your “thinking plate” C2 Cohort October 2013

21 C 2 Cohort September, 2013  RED Listen to Dr. Martin Luther King’s I Have a Dream speech. Use the vocabulary words and find the name for the word in your home language. Make a diagram on the words on the Show Me App on your iPad. See example.  BLUE First, find all of the bolded vocabulary words and underline them. Read the sentences around the words. Next, read the article on Martin Luther King Jr. Look up the words on your iPad dictionary. Finally, use Skitch or Show Me to make a tree map on the vocabulary words. Pick 7 vocabulary words and write a definition below each term in your own words.  GREEN First, find all of the bolded vocabulary words and underline them. Then read around them and write down what you think each word means. Then look up each word in your iPad dictionary. Next, make a tree map on each of the words on Skitch or Show Me. Below each word include a definition, in your own words, and a sentence using the word.

22  What steps should I take to develop a well written expository prompt?  RED Analyze the items inside the vocabulator taken from 4 th grade Florida Studies. Make a Circle Map with the word Florida in the center. Inside the big circle, include information about Florida from the vocabulator and other resources. On the outside of the big circle, list how you know that information about Florida.  BLUE Use the vocabulator to get ideas for writing. Make a tree map of Florida topics that you would like to focus on during your writing. Choose what you learned from the vocabulator and resources at your station. Then insert details under each topic. You will use these to develop a writing assignment on the state of Florida.  GREEN Use the vocabulator to get ideas for writing. You will use a flee map to develop a well written essay on the state of Florida. In your frame of reference, include where you found your information. Then use the flee map to write a rough draft. C2 Cohort October 2013

23  How can learning the rules of grammar help me become College and Career ready?  RED Use the sentence strips with the prepositional phrases and the ESL Library picture cards to create sentences. You may write the sentences in your home language and use the translator to rewrite in English.  BLUE Read the section entitled Agreement. On a tree map, include details and examples about each type of agreement.  GREEN Read the section entitled Agreement. On a tree map, include details and examples about each type of agreement. Then show your understanding by writing a paragraph about your understanding of what each agreement is and how you use it. Be sure to include details and evidence of each one. C2 Cohort October 2013

24  ¿Cuanto conoces la tierra?  ROJO En primer lugar, leé las palabras de vocabulario en la parte posterior de uno de los libros de geografía. Escriba las palabras y las definiciones en un mapa de árbol, con cinco de las palabras de vocabulario. Escribe la definición debajo de cada palabra.  AZUL En primer lugar, leé las palabras de vocabulario en la parte posterior de uno de los libros de geografía. Escriba las palabras y las definiciones en un mapa de árbol, con cinco de las palabras de vocabulario. Escribe la definición debajo de cada palabra. A continuación, utiliza la palabra en una oración. Por último, leé el libro y escribe cinco preguntas bien escritas.  VERDE En primer lugar, leé las palabras de vocabulario en la parte posterior de uno de los libros de geografía. Escriba las palabras y las definiciones en un mapa de árbol, con cinco de las palabras de vocabulario. Escribe la definición debajo de cada palabra. A continuación, utiliza la palabra en una oración. Después, leé el libro y escribe cinco preguntas bien escritas. Por último, escribe un párrafo de lo que leíste. C2 Cohort October 2013

25  RED Open Picture Speller for Young Writers and turn to page 31. Use the pictures and vocabulary to complete your Circle Map. Next, open the QuickVoice app on your iPad and tell a story using the word on your Circle Map. Listen to your QuickVoice story.  BLUE Open Picture Speller for Young Writers and turn to pages Think about a treat that you have made or would like to make for dessert. Use the pictures and vocabulary to give you ideas about how to make your treat. Next, open the QuickVoice app on your iPad and tell a story using the words that you have chosen. Listen to your QuickVoice story and then map your story onto the Flow Map. Now write an explanation about a treat that you will bake.  GREEN Open Picture Speller for Young Writers and turn to pages Imagine yourself as a pirate. Use the pictures and vocabulary to give you ideas about your adventure as a pirate. Next, open the QuickVoice app on your iPad and tell a story using the words that you have chosen. Listen to your QuickVoice story and then map your story onto the Flow Map. Now write a story about your adventure as a pirate. C2 Cohort October 2013

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27  A much-needed resource for teaching English to all learners  The number of English language learners in U.S. schools is projected to grow to twenty-five percent by Most teachers have English learners in their classrooms, from kindergarten through college. The ESL/ELL Teacher s Survival Guide offers educators practical strategies for setting up an ESL-friendly classroom, motivating and interacting with students, communicating with parents of English learners, and navigating the challenges inherent in teaching ESL students.  Provides research-based instructional techniques which have proven effective with English learners at all proficiency levels.  Offers thematic units complete with reproducible forms and worksheets, sample lesson plans, and sample student assignments  The book s ESL lessons connect to core standards and technology applications  This hands-on resource will give all teachers at all levels the information they need to be effective ESL instructors. C2 Cohort October 2013

28 C 2 Cohort September, Cooperative Learning Activities English as a Second Language Verbs, Quickstudy Chart English as a Second Language Verbs, Compact Chart ESL Intermediate & Advanced Grammar Word Attack for Older students ESL Teaching Ideas Easy & Engaging ESL Activities and Mini-Books for Every Classroom

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30 TRIAL: ESL library samples available to your teachers now. C 2 Cohort September, 2013

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32 C 2 Cohort September, 2013 Turn your plate over and write a reflection on the back. Write about the Strategies that you can immediately implement as a Capacity Builder at your school. ELL Reflections

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34 C2 Cohort October 2013 Participant Scale and Reflection (Include where you are on the scale and any suggestions or comments) 4 You understand how to support ELL students during core instruction and will be able to immediately teach your faculty how to effectively implement multiple strategies to build into daily instruction. 3 You understand how to support ELL students during core instruction and will be able to teach your faculty some strategies to include in their daily instruction. 2 You have some understanding of how to support ELL students during core instruction and will be able to teach your faculty at least one strategy to include in daily instruction. 1 You do not understand how to support ELL students during core instruction and need extra support in informing your staff and how to implement strategies into their daily instruction.

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37 Types of ELLs Long-Term English Learners Recent Arrivals with Limited or Interrupted Formal Schooling Recent Arrivals with Adequate Schooling Have been in US schools several years-often in ESL classes (LES) Exited LEP still struggling academically Conversational proficiency in English but not mastery for academic Does not have formal register of English required by schools Have conversational proficiency in native language but not conversational English Behind classmates in subject matter knowledge Need to develop conversational English to function in social situations in and out of school - at the same time they need to develop academic language and acquire subject matter knowledge Have academic language and academic content knowledge As English develops able to draw on this background and catch up with classmates as the academic language and concepts transfer into a second language Needs new words to express concepts they already know


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