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SIOP (Sheltered Instructional Observation Protocol)

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Elsa Cantu

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Transcript of SIOP (Sheltered Instructional Observation Protocol)

What do I know about SIOP?
Activating Prior Knowledge
I will:
CONTENT OBJECTIVES
I will:
LANGUAGE OBJECTIVES
1. ELL: English Language Learner
Key Vocabulary
OVERVIEW
SIOP (Sheltered Instructional Observation Protocol)
1. List the characteristics of English learners that may influence their success in school

2. Distinguish between conversational language and academic language in second language acquisition.

3. Identify the eight components of the SIOP Model of sheltered instruction

4. Identify the 30 features of the SIOP Model

5. List the characteristics of content and language objectives.

1. Develop a lexicon related to the SIOP Model by presenting the features under each of the SIOP Components.

2. Compare my typical instruction with SIOP Instruction

2. LEP: Limited English Proficient
3. SIOP: Sheltered Instructional Observation Protocol
4. Eight Components
5. 30 Features
6. Content Objectives
7. Language Objectives
CHARACTERISTICS OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS
Demographic Trends
Diverse Characteristics:
Achievement Gap:
Increase of the immigrant population
different language proficiencies, different educational backgrounds, different cultures
Number of ELLs has grown significantly; their academic achievement is lagging behind.
School reform, Standards, and Accountability
NCLB

Standard Based Reform

ACADEMIC LANGUAGE AND LITERACY
In order for English learners to have access to core content, they need academic language and literacy skills.
Academic language is used by ALL learners.
It is particularly challenging for ELLs
Students must pull together their emerging knowledge of English language as well as the content knowledge.
SIOP MODEL
Developed by:
Jana Echevarria, MaryEllen Vogt, and Deborah J. Short
15 Years of research
It is grouped by 30 features grouped into eight main components
There is inclusion of language objectives in every content lesson, development of background knowledge, acquisition of content-related vocabulary and the emphasis on academic literacy practice.
DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
In reflecting on the content and language objectives at the beginning of the chapter, are you able to...?
1. List the characteristics of English learners that may
influence their success in school?
2. Compare your typical instruction with SIOP instruction?
THE EIGHT SIOP COMPONENTS
LESSON PREPARATION
BUILDING BACKGROUND
COMPREHENSIBLE INPUT
STRATEGIES
INTERACTION
PRACTICE AND APPLICATION
LESSON DELIVERY
REVIEW AND ASSESSMENT
Let's discuss...
What is conversational/social language?
What is academic language?
LESSON PREPARATION
1. Content Objectives
2. Language Objectives
3. Content concepts
4. Supplementary materials
5. Adaptation of content
6. Meaningful activities
BUILDING BACKGROUND
7. Concepts explicitly linked
9. Key vocabulary
8. Links explicitly made between past
learning and new concepts
COMPREHENSIBLE INPUT
10. Speech is appropriate/paced
11. Clear explanation of academic tasks
12. A variety of techniques
(modeling, hands-on, demos,
gestures, body language)
STRATEGIES
13. Use of learning strategies
14. Scaffolding techniques
15. Variety of questions
INTERACTION
16. Frequent opportunities for interaction
and discussion
17. Group configurations
18. Sufficient wait time
19 Clarify key concepts in L1 as needed
PRACTICE AND APPLICATION
20. Hands-on materials and/or manipulatives
21. Activities are provided to apply
content and language knowledge.
22. Activities that include all language skills
LESSON DELIVERY
23. Content objectives clearly supported by
lesson delivery
24. Language objectives clearly
supported by lesson delivery.
25. Students are engaged.
26. Pacing
REVIEW AND ASSESSMENT
27. Review of key vocabulary
28. Review of key concepts
29. Regular feedback provided to students
30. Assessment of student comprehension and learning.
Why should content and language objectives be...?
Defined and posted
Observable
Measurable
Displayed
Reviewed
Written in a manner that is accessible for all students
Review and Assessment
I understand how...
I still don't understand...
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