Ideal program model

Ideal program model - Introducing and beginning work on...

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Unformatted text preview: Introducing and beginning work on your final project 3 Creating the Ideal Program Model for ELLs Goal: decide on group that you will work with, and understand the components of the project 3/2/11 p Presentation oints {E0BB2AB8-66D8-4B21-AC3C-F2417E207394} g the Ideal Program Model for ELLs = 40 Points {7264AD40-B7D4-4DF7-B5F8-A42FFD96B626} {FC2A77BA-9C75-4A34-90DB-3280BA4AEBF9} Individual Reflection 15 points Group One page Fact Sheet 10 Points 3/2/11 Your Program… a program title 3 3 a mission statement a projected timeline for your program (how long do you expect students to be in the program, is this timeline flexible? When and Why?) exiting criteria (use the stages of language acquisition to guide and justify your decisions) 10 detailed elements of your program as 3/2/11 3 3 Mission Statements: what your program does, what you stand for and why you do it Or 3 what your program does, for who and where Or 3 who is your target market, what are their wants and needs and how can you fulfill their wants and needs 3/2/11 Connections to learnings the program model descriptions and frameworks for planning/implementation listed on pages 18-24 (Cary) 3 the theories of language acquisition chart on pages 21-29 (Reader) how to go beyond JGT to ensure language acquisition and content learning pages 30-53 (Reader) 3/2/11 3 Mission Statement 10 Elements 3/2/11 10 Elements could address… the set up of the classroom 3 3 3 3 the role of the teacher activities and learning stages of language acquisition materials or supplies you would want in the room language acquisition/content 3/2/11 3 Getting Into Groups Groups of 3 to 5 – we have room for about 8-10 presentations in each room 3 Focal point should be the grades you want to teach (EC, Elem, Middle, HS) – or an area of specialization – like Spec Ed 3/2/11 ...
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2011 for the course BLE 220 taught by Professor Nurrudin during the Spring '10 term at ASU.

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