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1 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Sheltering Instruction for ELLs Second Language Department Ivanna Thrower, CMS SIOP Coach

2 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 So, why are we here? Because…

3 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 There were over 5.1 million K-12 English language learners in the U.S. in 2002-03.

4 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 ELL Demographics Nearly one of every 5 students entering U.S. schools speaks a language other than English. One in 3 school children is from an ethnic or racial minority group. One in 10 is born outside the U.S. (2000 Census) Hola!

5 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 North Carolina experienced a 700% growth in the # of LEP students from 1995 to 2003!

6 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 How can YOU help YOUR ELLs?

7 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 How can YOU help YOUR ELLs?

8 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 How can YOU help YOUR ELLs?

9 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Training Overview: Day 1 Participants will: Explore aspects of SLA become familiar with the SIOP ® Model engage in practice with 3 or4 components of the SIOP ® Model Participants will: begin to develop a SIOP ® -related lexicon discuss aspects of SLA, strategies for sheltered instruction and components and features of the SIOP ® Model Content ObjectivesLanguage Objectives

10 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Second Language Acquisition At your table, discuss factors that affect language learning. Assign a scribe, a reporter and a time keeper. (2 minutes)

11 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Second Language Acquisition Motivation First language development Language distance and attitude Access to the language Age Personality and learning style Peers and role models Quality of Instruction Cultural background Factors which affect SLA (SLA BLM#1)

12 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Social and Academic Language CALP (Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency) Watch your BICS and CALP! BICS (Basic Interpersonal Communication Skills)

13 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Social and Academic Language Cummins Model of Academic Language Range of Communication Context Embedded Lesson

14 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 The Iceberg Theory BICS CALP

15 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Rauche Favorable rauche conditions are necessary for this activity. You have to have enough rauche to make it work. If you have too much rauche, it will break.

16 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Restate the following: The authors book was rather sesquipedalian. Clinching the piece before the end of the volation nonplused us to say the least.

17 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Answer: The authors book was full of long words. Finishing the piece before the end of the flight surprised us to say the least.

18 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Defenestrate

19 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Echinated

20 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Purchase

21 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Restate the following: The cat defenestrated the dog with an echinated bat. However, the dog purchased the sill to save himself.

22 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Program Descriptions How many ESL students are in the program? Where are the students from and what L1s are in the school? What are the proficiency levels in the school? Likes and challenges Similarities and differences

23 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Teachers and the Integrated Approach content related language skills + language skills related to the content + curricula for content area + curricula for language learning + modified instructional methods + assessment = INTEGRATED APPROACH Cant we just look at Intro BLM#4? I need a visual!

24 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 What is Sheltered Instruction? Write your own definition of sheltered instruction.

25 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Multiple Meanings What subject area might you find these words used with different meanings? What can the teacher do to help clarify content-specific vocabulary? FaceTreeConePlane

26 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 In Science Label Equipment Illustrate Safety Regulations

27 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 In Social Studies All students may not have lived in a democratic society…. Consider holding mock elections to build background experiences HINT: The History Alive curriculum does this for you!!

28 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Math 4 divided into 2= 4 divided by 2= or English Problem

29 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Word Problems Math is NOT a universal language, is it? Word problems are a big problem! What can the math teacher do?

30 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 How many ways can you say… addsubtractmultiplydivide plusminustimesquotient andlessproductover togetherfewa factorgozinta combinetake awayby + - X

31 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 The SIOP ® Model HELPING ENGLISH LEARNERS SUCCEED An Overview of the SIOP ® Model

32 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 True or False 1. T 2. T 3. F: Can be used in ALL classes 4. F: More than highly qualified teaching! 5. F: Context=Meaning=Faster Learning 6. T

33 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 SIOP ® Model Components Preparation Building Background Comprehensible Input Strategies Interactions Practice Lesson Delivery Assessment

34 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 SIOP ® Pre-Test OOPS! I Mean Checklist (RB pp. 209-210) What do you already do well? What could you improve on to better meet the needs of your ELLS?

35 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Preparation WWII and the Atomic Bomb Barbara Formoso Gunston Middle School Arlington, VA

36 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Preparation Clearly defined content and language ________. Content ________ appropriate for age and educational background. Supplementary __________ used to a high degree. Adaptation of _______ to all levels of proficiency. Meaningful _______ that integrate lesson concepts with language practice in reading, writing, listening and/or speaking. objectives concepts materials materials activities

37 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Writing Language Objectives Make a list of action verbs that could be used to begin language objectives. DiscussOrganize AnalyzeExplain DebateDefine AskRespond

38 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 THIS IS A TEST What is a blue tick? What is the best method for catching catfish? What is a Hana Butta? What is Jun Ken Po?

39 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Building Background The English Settle America Robin Liten-Tejada Gunston Middle School Arlington, VA

40 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Building Background Concepts explicitly linked __ students background experiences. Links explicitly made _____ past learning and new concepts. Key vocabulary emphasized. to between

41 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Let students create a Picture Dictionary. Post new vocabulary words. Have students practice academic vocabulary. Make students accountable for vocabulary!! Building Background Teach KEY Vocabulary

42 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Comprehensible Input _peech appropriate for students proficiency level. _lear explanation of academic tasks. _ variety of techniques used to make content concepts clear. S C A

43 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Comprehensible Input Magnets Angela Bennett Gunston Middle School Arlington, VA

44 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Comprehensible Input Vocabulary! Sum and some sound the same in the South! The math teacher said SUM (that means total) but the ESL student heard some. Hmmmm… Southern Style

45 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Comprehensible Input Model pronunciation and let students practice. Have students practice what they will say. Say it as you think it or write it. (Verbalize your thoughts.) Teach prefixes, suffixes, and root words. Teaching Language

46 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Avoid complicated directions. Stand near the student when possible. Give examples. Provide verbal and written directions. Present only 1 or 2 directions at a time. Comprehensible Input Do you follow me?

47 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Did we cover our objectives? Participants will: Explore aspects of SLA become familiar with the SIOP ® Model engage in practice with 3 or 4 components of the SIOP ® Model Participants will: begin to develop a SIOP ® -related lexicon discuss aspects of 2 nd language acquisition, strategies for sheltered instruction and components and features of the SIOP ® Model Content ObjectivesLanguage Objectives

48 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Ticket Out I still have questions about… I learned … I wish we had…

49 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Sheltering Instruction for ELLs Second Language Department Ivanna Thrower, CMS SIOP Coach

50 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Ticket Out Follow Up I still have questions about… I learned … I wish we had…

51 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Training Overview: Day 2 Participants will: engage in practice with 4 or 5 components of the SIOP ® Model begin to determine strategies for implementing the SIOP ® Model in their class/school Participants will: explore strategies that can be used to build background, increase interaction, enhance student engagement and make content accessible to ELLs critique lesson components of the SIOP ® Model Content ObjectivesLanguage Objectives

52 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Strategies _______opportunities for students to use strategies Consistent use of _______ techniques throughout the lesson. _______question types used, including those that promote higher-order thinking skills. Ample scaffolding Various

53 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Strategies Achievements of the Sumerian Empire Randi Gibson Stanford Middle School Long Beach, CA

54 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Strategies Teacher- Centered Teacher- Assisted Peer- Assisted Student- Centered

55 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Mark important concepts on worksheets and notes. Teach Highlighting/Underlining Use sticky notes on texts, novels, etc. Strategies

56 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Venn Diagrams Story Maps KWL Others? Strategies Graphic Organizers

57 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Interaction Frequent opportunities for interactions and/or discussion between teacher/student and among students. Grouping configurations support language and content objectives of the lesson. Sufficient wait time for student response. Ample opportunities for students to clarify key concepts in L1 (with peers and/or text).

58 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Interaction Frequent opportunities for interactions and/or discussion between teacher/student and among students. Grouping configurations support language and content objectives of the lesson. Sufficient wait time for student response. Ample opportunities for students to clarify key concepts in L1 (with peers and/or text).

59 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Interaction Addition Stories Angie Aldrich Robert E. Lee Elementary Long Beach, CA

60 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Interaction: Cooperative Learning Think-Pair-Share Jigsaw Activities Others?

61 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Practice and Application Hands-on materials and/or manipulatives for students to practice using new content knowledge. Activities for students to apply content language knowledge in the classroom. Activities that integrate all language skills (reading, writing, listening, and speaking).

62 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Practice and Application Parts of the Cell Gerry Hoyos Jordan High School Long Beach, CA

63 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Lesson Delivery Content objectives clearly supported by lesson delivery. Language objectives clearly supported by lesson delivery. Students engaged 90-100% of the period. Pacing of the lesson appropriate to the students ability level.

64 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Lesson Delivery WWII and the Atomic Bomb Barbara Formoso Gunston Middle School Arlington, VA

65 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Review and Assessment Comprehensive review of key vocabulary. Comprehensive review of key content concepts. Regular feedback to students on their output. Assessment of student comprehension and learning of all lesson objectives.

66 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Review and Assessment Addition Stories Angie Aldrich Robert E. Lee Elementary Long Beach, CA

67 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Review and Assessment TPR (like Simon Says) Thumbs up/ pencils up Response boards Response pads Stand up/sit down Good for silent period Active Response

68 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 SIOP ® Lesson Plan Activity Pair English Language Development Objective with Content Objective List supplementary materials needed Develop one meaningful activity that integrates lesson concepts with language practice in reading, writing, listening and/or speaking

69 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 The SIOP ® Model HELPING ENGLISH LEARNERS SUCCEED Summary of the SIOP ® Model

70 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 NC Standard Course of Study for LEP Students Grades 9-12 Federal law requires LEP students be provided with an equal opportunity to access curriculum and instruction. NC state regulations require LEP services while students meet content standards prescribed by the SCS and performance standards.

71 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Classroom Mods for LEP Students LEP students may have: extra time dictionaries electronic translators abbreviated assignments

72 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Teacher Made TEST MODS Extra time Alternate test formats Taping tests Taping responses Using notes Reduced choices on multiple choice Word list for fill-in-the-blank Shorten test

73 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 No Teacher should FAIL an LEP student if that teacher has not offered instructional and testing accommodations to the student. WARNING!!

74 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Summary What CMS faces with ELLs. Second Language Acquisition and factors which impact the process. The benefits of Sheltered Instruction. The SIOP Model

75 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 More SIOP ® Training !?!? SIOP ® Strategies Friday, August 19 8:30-3:30 PDC Register on Line Open to anyone with background in SIOP ®

76 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 More SIOP ® Training !?!? CMS/CAL SIOP ® Training September November January March April

77 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 More SIOP ® Training !?!? SIOP ® Site Coach Monthly Meetings SIOP ® School Level Team Meetings (Schedule may vary by school)

78 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Did we cover our objectives? Participants will: explore strategies that can be used to build background, increase interaction, enhance student engagement and make content accessible to ELLs critique lesson components of the SIOP ® Model Content ObjectivesLanguage Objectives Participants will: engage in practice with 4 or 5 components of the SIOP® Model begin to determine strategies for implementing the SIOP® Model in their class/school

79 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 Ticket Out/Evaluation Name _____________ E-mail _____________@cms.k12.nc.us I came here expecting… (E) I would suggest… (S) I really like… (L) I got… (G)

80 CMS 2 Day SIOP Overview Version IV 2005 For the Overachievers in the Group


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