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1 Introduction to SIOP: Component 1: Planning Non-shelteredInstructionShelteredInstruction
2 Content Objectives: Language Objectives: Become familiar with the basic SIOP® Model.Identify content & language objectivesLanguage Objectives:Discuss SIOP features you already use.
3 Conversational English The Iceberg TheoryConversational EnglishAcademic EnglishBICS are the tip of the iceberg.Mention the new IPT as a better test of CALP.Refer to the yellow ESL standardsWhy is understanding this concept so important?SLA blm 2
4 Definition of Sheltered Instruction A means for making grade-level academic content (e.g., science, social studies, math) more accessible for English language learners while at the same time promoting their English language development.
6 What we know about ELsIn 1998, 30% of Hispanic students dropped out compared to 14% for African Americans and 8% for Whites (8%) (Ruiz-de-Velasco & Fix, 2000).Garcia (1993) suggests that this high dropout rate may be a direct result of the achievement gap, partially created by a lack of vocabulary skills.
7 EL DemographicsNearly one of every 5 students entering U.S. schools speaks a language other than English.One in 10 is born outside the U.S. (2000 Census)One in 3 school children is from an ethnic or racial minority group.Title and language words run automaticallyAfter Namasthe (10th word) click for “Nearly one of every five students … Some words disappearClick again: “One in 3 school children is from an ethic or racial minority group.” More words disappearClick again: “One in ten is born outside the U. S.” More words disappearPause for P to think, Do not discussSay: Maybe we should say HELLO! (shocked sounding) instead of hello (greeting type)Click for next slideHola!
8 Self-Assessment of Teaching Practices 30/30 Discussion Strategy
9 Stocking Their Backpacks What do our EL students need?1. Lesson Preparation2. Building Background3. Comprehensible Input4. Strategies5. Interaction6. Practice / Application7. Lesson Delivery8. Review and AssessmentThe Eight Componentsof Sheltered Instruction
11 Component 1: Lesson Preparation F1: Content objectives clearly defined, displayed, and reviewed.F2: Language objectives clearly defined, displayed, and reviewed.F3: Objectives appropriate for age and backgroundF4: Supplementary materials used to high degreeF5: Content adapted to all levels of student proficiencyF6: Meaningful activities integrate lesson concepts with language practice
13 Component 1: Lesson Preparation F2: Language objectives clearly defined, displayed, and reviewed.ListeningReceptiveReadingSpeakingExpressiveWriting
14 What does SIOP Planning Look Like? With your table, discuss language objectives you could integrate in your subject areas.
15 Math / Grade 3 1. 01 Develop number sense for whole numbers c Math / Grade Develop number sense for whole numbers c. Compare and orderContentnumber sense for whole numbersLanguage: vocabulary & patternsOrally compare and order numbers with a partner using the following vocabulary words: greater, greatest, less, least, equal toWhat does compare mean?What does order mean? Multiple meanings of “order”. Students will know order as in “order” at McDonalds, place your orderGreater = more, large, bigGreatest = most, largest, biggestLess=not as manyLeast=the smallest number
16 Generate the Language Objective 2.SS Show that map symbols such as key, legend, and scale represent a real object or place.5.S State a hypothesis based on observations.6.H Describe the causes and effects of conflict in schools and families.
17 SIOP Teacher FeedbackI saw one teacher get a lesson back on track by pointing to the objectives and stating that they had a lot to cover so they needed to stay focused. (Arizona)It's a basic learning styles issue. Some students are more visual learners so seeing the objectives will register with them when hearing the objectives may not. (Arkansas)
18 Content Objectives: Language Objectives: Become familiar with the basic SIOP® Model.Identify content & language objectivesLanguage Objectives:Discuss SIOP features you already use.
19 Teaching ChallengeFor the next month, try posting content objectives and language objectives for a class.Introduce at beginning of class.Review/assess at end of class.
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