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1 The SIOP ® Model LESSON DELIVERY

2 Content Objectives We will: Describe strategies for improving student time-on-task and engagement. Generate strategies to pace a lesson appropriately.

3 Language Objectives We will: Use “because” to explain why content and language objectives are important. Use a variety of sentence types to discuss ways to increase student engagement. Use the vocabulary “noticed” and/or “observed” to cite evidence regarding the use of engagement and pacing strategies in a video clip on lesson delivery.

4 Support Content Objectives During Lesson Promote Student Engagement Pace Lesson Appropriately Support Language Objectives During Lesson Lesson Delivery Features

5 Support Content Objectives During Lesson Promote Student Engagement Pace Lesson Appropriately Support Language Objectives During Lesson Lesson Delivery Features

6 Writearound + Readaround At your table use the strategy, “writearound” to discuss content and language objectives. Begin your paragraph with: Content and language objectives are an important part of a SIOP lesson because….

7 Support Content Objectives During Lesson Promote Student Engagement Pace Lesson Appropriately Support Language Objectives During Lesson Lesson Delivery Features

8 Factors that Contribute to High Levels of Student Engagement Well planned lessons Clear explanation of academic tasks or instruction Appropriate amount of time spent on an academic task ______________________________

9 Support Content Objectives During Lesson Promote Student Engagement Pace Lesson Appropriately Support Language Objectives During Lesson Lesson Delivery Features

10 Pacing Pacing refers to the rate at which information is presented during a lesson Rate for English learners must be brisk enough to maintain students’ interest, but not too quick to lose their understanding Practice will reward a perfect pace

11 Pace - HOW  HOW do you use strategies in your class when you have native English speakers and ELs so that the whole class can work at about the same pace? Examples?

12 Tools to Evaluate Lesson Delivery SizeAdapt the number of items TimeAdapt the period allotted to task InputAdapt the method of delivery OutputAdapt the way learner responds DifficultyAdapt skill level or problem type ParticipationAdapt student involvement Level of SupportIncrease interaction with learner Alternate GoalsAdapt the outcome or the expectations Substitute Curriculum Use different materials and product goal

13 SIOP Manual Ideas for Lesson Delivery Pages  Think-Pair-Share  Roam and review  Chunk and chew  Podcasts  TV Talk show  Writing headlines  Pre-rate the task  Radio advice line  Varying comprehension checks  Projects

14 Pearson PDToolkit Video Clip What did she do to engage the students? What pacing strategies did she use? Based on what you have learned thus far about the SIOP Model, what would you change about your lesson delivery?

15 Dr. Jane Echevarría and a 3 rd Grade Classroom

16 Video Clip Discussions What did the teacher do to engage the students? What pacing strategies did she use? Based on what you have learned thus far about the SIOP Model, what would you change about your lesson delivery? Be sure to use the phrase I noticed…, or I observed,

17 Sample SIOP Lesson Plan

18 Continue to write a lesson plan you can use including the features of Lesson Delivery Content Objectives clearly supported by Lesson Delivery Language Objectives clearly supported by Lesson Delivery Students engaged approximately90%-100% of the class period Pacing of the lesson appropriate to students’ ability levels Owning Lesson Delivery

19 Content Objectives How did we: Describe strategies for improving student time-on-task and engagement Generate strategies to pace a lesson appropriately

20 Language Objectives How did we: Use “because” to explain why content and language objectives are important. Use a variety of sentence types to discuss ways to increase student engagement Use the vocabulary “noticed” and/or “observed” to cite evidence regarding the use of engagement and pacing strategies in a video clip on lesson delivery


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