Lesson Plan Analysis Revised

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Team ( Purple )Discussion Document: CLC Lesson Plan Analysis SIOP Lesson Plan EEI Lesson Plan Responses for Question #1 Group Member 1 Katherine Gamez “The SIOP Model is a research-based approach that integrates grade-level content with academic English language development” (www.cal.org ). I believe the SIOP for 7th Grade English – Figurative Language is aligned with the academic standards because it lists the standards for Virginia as well as the ESL Goals and Standards. The Virginia Standards are ELA 7.4 and ELA 7.7 The ESL Standards are Goal 1, Standard 2; Goal 2, Standard 2; Goal 2, Standard 3. It clearly states the children will use similes and metaphors, read poetry and use sensory and figurative language. “Each set of custom Learning Objectives is specific to the academic standard(s) taught in the corresponding EEI Curriculum unit and are presented sequentially, beginning with knowledge and comprehension, and where appropriate, moving toward application, analysis, synthesis, and ultimately, evaluation” ( www.californiaeei.org ). I found the Cinderella Variant EEI plan to be more difficult when identifying the standards. The standard (5-R2-C2) does not give me any kind of definition for this standard. I really do not like this use of Concept 1, 2 and 5 or strand 1 and 3. I do not know what PO1 and PO2 stand for either so I feel this plan is lacking in this area. I prefer the SIOP lesson plan when it comes to identifying standards as it gives a clear definition of that standard. Group Member 2 Jill Kinney I feel that the SIOP is aligned with academic standards because it addresses objectives of a curriculum. It is also very specific on what the students need to do. It is specific on stating the standards and listing the tasks the students need to do. I feel that the EEI is not aligned with academic standards because it is not specific enough when addressing the standards for the objectives. I feel that the EEI lesson plan does not list the specific standards that are needed to fulfill the lesson plan. Group Member 3 Jacqueline Pope Group Member 4 Shanda Wright
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Group Member 5 Latoya Way “The Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol ( SIOP ) Model is a research-based and validated instructional model that has proven effective in addressing the academic needs of English learners throughout the United States” ( www.cal.org ). After researching, I think that the SIOP for 7th Grade English – Figurative Language lines up with the academic standards. The standards are listed along with Virginia’s ESL standards. According to the website ( www.doe.virginia.gov/testing ), “The Enhanced Scope and Sequence (ESS) Sample Lesson Plans align instruction with the standards and cover the essential understandings, knowledge and skills found in the curriculum framework.
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