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Transcript of Sheltered Instruction
used in multilinguistic content classrooms
provides language support while learning academic subjects
not "sink or swim"
2 types of classrooms:
includes English Language Development (ELD) classes for beginning students
primary-language instruction in content areas
second-language acquisition and elements of quality teaching enables students to:
Specially Designed Academic Instruction in English (SDAIE)
SDAIE addresses the following needs of English Learners:
to learn grade-appropriate content
It is not submersion into English classrooms
Which model do we use for SDAIE?
4 critical components for a guiding framework:
1 component was added after discussions & observations:
Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol (SIOP)
effective instructional model that addresses the academic needs of English learners
consists of 8 interrelated components:
Review & Assessment
Using the Frayer Model in SI
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Region One Education Service Center. (2014). [Region One ESC / Overview]. Retrieved from http://www.esc1.net/site/default.aspx?PageID=1 [Accessed 21 Jun. 2014].
Exemplars. (2014). Performance Assessment & Common Core. Retrieved from http://www.exemplars.com [Accessed 22 Jun. 2014].
Franklin County. (2014). Franklin County where Government works. Retrieved from http://franklincountyohio.gov/fc/index.cfm [Accessed 21 Jun. 2014].
Raritan Valley Community College. (2013). Raritan Valley Community College. Retrieved from http://raritanval.edu [Accessed 22 Jun. 2014].
By: Arely Palacios
consisting solely of non-native speakers
mainstream class of native-English speakers mixed with non-native of intermediate proficiency
to develop strategies for learning how to learn
to learn "academic" English
to master English vocabulary and grammar
It is not a watered-down curriculum
It is not a substitute for primary-language instruction
Total of 5 components
June 25, 2014