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99 SIOP Ideas and Activities
Transcript of 99 SIOP Ideas and Activities
Examples of SIOP Ideas and Activities
1. Differentiated Instruction, adapted texts, alternate materials
2. KWL chart, pretest with a partner, the insert method (√, ?, !, +)
3. Idiom match-up, every student gets a chance (read and say)
4. DR-TA, canned questions using Bloom's taxonomy, split page note taking with WWWWWH prompts
5. Dinner party, gallery walk
6. Graphic organizers for variety of text structures, short story flow chart
7. Chunk and chew, response cards
8. Self-Assessment Rubrics (1-4), find the fib
Straight From the Author
The 99 SIOP Ideas and Activities
-Every strategy includes both content and language objectives.
-Every strategy is meaningful to the lesson and achieving the objectives.
-The majority of the strategies can be adapted to any grade level (K-12).
-Every strategy can be torn out along the perforated line for easy usage.
-Many of the strategies contain sample templates and graphic organizers.
-There are strategies for each of the eight SIOP components.
What is the SIOP?
SIOP (Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol) is broken down into eight components:
2. Building on students' prior knowledge
3. Clear, explicit instruction
4. A variety of strategies for different types of learners and abilities
5. Frequent student interaction
6. Practice and application of new content and literacy skills
7. Effective lesson delivery students can understand
8. Review and assessment
English Learners cannot wait for proficiency in English before moving onto grade-level content. They must have access to both simultaneously. English language proficiency is not an indicator of cognitive ability--every student, if the content is presented in a variety of ways that are comprehensible and accessible, and also works to improve literacy skills, is fully capable of successful academic performance. This is the goal of the SIOP.