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SIOP Lesson Delivery

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Transcript of SIOP Lesson Delivery

SIOP Lesson Delivery
Content Objective Clearly Supported by Lesson Delivery
"Simplicity, Clarity, and Priority"
GOOD PREPARATION IS THE FIRST STEP IN DELIVERING A LESSON THAT LEADS TO STUDENT LEARNING
objectives must be stated orally and must be displayed
CCSS Math 5.2.3
is meaningless to students they need written, student- friendly objectives
These written objectives help students stay on task and invest in what they are learning
Instructor should include explicit instruction as well as time for students to work toward the objectives on their own
Support Language Objectives During Lesson
SIOP is only EFFECTIVE when it meets its objective

Is it OBSERVABLE?
Is it MEASURABLE?
Can it be ASSESSED?
Promote Student Engagement
Students engagement occurs when the student try to learn what are taught.


Aspects to students engagements

Allocate time
Engage time
Academic Learning Time
Pace Lesson Appropriately
The rate at which information is presented
Elementary: Practice activity usually between five and seven minutes
Middle and High school: Time constraints make it difficult for ELL's
Investing in instructional routines and teaching task behaviors during the first quarter of the year

Simple classroom routines help to minimize the amount of time lost, where valuable instruction time can be used
Teaching Ideas for Lesson Delivery
Think-Pair-Share
Think-Pair-Square-Share
Chunk and Chew
Roam and Review
Podcasts
TV Talk Show
Writing Headlines
E-Journals and Wiki Entries
Differentiating for Multi-level Classroom
Pro-Rate the Task
Radio Advice Line
Projects
Varying Comprehension Checks
Scale of Student Master
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