final. 2011 Intro to SIOP - ModelandSheltered Instruction...

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Introduction to the SIOP  Model and Sheltered  Instruction
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KWL Activity In groups-list all the things you know about  Sheltered Instruction, Secondary Statistics,  highest dropout rates, academic literacy crisis,  type of reform needed for ELL’s, etc.  List what you want to know about Sheltered  Instruction Return to chart and list what you have learned  about SI. Share and list on chart paper.
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What is Sheltered Instruction? Think, Pair, Share       Think about what is  sheltered instruction and  then share with a partner.    
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What is Sheltered Instruction?   A means for making  grade-level academic content   more accessible for English Language Learner  (ELL) while at the same time  promoting English  Language Development (ELD) . Display BLM #7
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Sheltered Instruction is… The practice of highlighting  key  language features  and incorporating  strategies  that make the  content  comprehensible to all learners.
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Sheltered Instruction is… An approach that can  extend  the time students  have for getting  language  support services  while  receiving the  content  subjects  needed for  graduation.
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Why Sheltered Instruction?
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School Reforms and Policies  that affect English Language  Learners NCLB Title III AZLEARNS Prop 203 law  15-754 SEI endorsements
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Has SIOP been proven to be  scientifically based research? “Movie Time”
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SIOP and Control Groups: 1998-2004  Writing Assessment Gain 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 SIOP Control Gains BLM #9
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WHY SEI? GOAL: Explain the new law that went into  effect on September 21, 2006 that will  substantially change the way ELL students  are educated in Arizona.
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SEI Classroom Entry and Exit AZELLA  IN AZELLA   OUT     SEI Classroom Mainstream Classroom
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Average Number of ELL Students by Fiscal Year
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WHAT IS ELD?
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ELD Components Phonology:   Morphology:   Grammar, sentence structure,  language rules Collection of words you know Meaning of words or sentences Vocabulary Parts of words,  prefixes, suffixes  and roots (base),  verb tenses Speech, sounds Syntax: Lexicon: Semantics:
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Syntactic Hierarchy   (from smaller to larger units) Text Sentence (clause) A red apple fell out of a tree.
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