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SDAIE & SIOP Strategies
Transcript of SDAIE & SIOP Strategies
SDAIE; Specially Designed Academic Instruction in English
Strategies for teaching academic content to ELLs
SIOP; Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol
An instructional model to developed to facilitate high quality instruction for ELLs in a variety of content areas
Brainstorm some successful strategies you have observed.
Video: The SIOP Model: Pearson
Examples SDAIE Strategies
Anticipatory KWL Chart - Before reading a selection, hearing a selection or viewing a video students are asked to complete the first two sections of the chart-"What I already know about ...." and "What I would like to find out about ...." After the information has been presented students complete the "What I learned..." section. Responses are shared with a partner.
Think-Pair-Share - When asked to consider an idea or answer a question, students write their ideas on paper (think). Each student turns to another student nearby and reads or tells his or her own responses (pair, share). This is an oral exchange, not a reading of each other's papers.
Visualization - In response to a teacher prompt, students visualize in their mind a particular time or place
and concentrate on sensory images. (Tell students to "turn on the TV in their minds.")
Learning Logs - Double-entry journals with quotes, summaries, notes on the left and responses reactions, predictions, questions, or memories on the right.
Rationale: Why use these strategies?
Integrate content and language instruction for students learning through a new language.
SIOP model formulated through findings,research, and participation in a variety of schools since 1996.
Provides support and assistance to students in the content area who's primary language is not English.
Decreases information to increase comprehension.
Modified oral instruction to become more understandable to English learners.
SDAIE Background Info
Meta cognitive Development
SDAIE & SIOP Strategies
Jenna Harkey; 12/6/14;
EDSC410; Prof. Taylor
SIOP Background Info
Practice & Application
Review & Assessment
Echevarria, J., Vogt, M. & Short, D. J. (2010). Making Content Comprehensible for Secondary English Language Learners: The SIOP Model. Allyn & Bacon: Boston, MA.
Diaz-Rico, L. Lynne. (2008) Strategies for Teaching English Learners (3rd ed). Pearson/Allyn & Bacon: Boston, MA.
"Effective Teaching Strategies for English Language Learners," Support Real Teachers. http://www.supportrealteachers.org/strategies-for-english-language-learners.html.
"The SIOP Model and Young Learners," What is the SIOP Model? pg 1-9. http://ptgmedia.pearsoncmg.com/images/9780137085231/downloads/SIOP%20PreK_Echevarria_Ch01.pdf.
Research Illustrates Success
CREDE study shows students using these strategies have students performing significantly better on standardized state academic writing assessments.
Other studies show positive impact on English learner achievement.
Development and Improvement for students at or above grade level as they advance in their education.
In what ways could the SIOP model be implemented?
How or why has this model been successful?
In what ways can you implement these strategies in your classroom?
Think - Pair - Share your ideas
What are some SDIAE strategies you have observed?
Brainstorm other strategies you can think of.
Think - Pair - Share