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SIOP Model: Lesson Delivery (ELL)

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Transcript of SIOP Model: Lesson Delivery (ELL)

SIOP Ch. 8: Lesson Delivery
SWBAT:
Improve their ability to monitor lessons to determine if delivery supports lesson objectives
Employ strategies to promote student time-on-task/overall engagement
Explain how a focus on lesson's objectives can aid in pacing
Content Objectives
Language Objectives
Identify common issues surrounding lesson preparation, delivery and pacing
Apply strategies to improve lesson structure and pacing for more effective lesson delivery
PREPARATION
Lesson Delivery
Content Objectives
Lesson Delivery
Language Objectives
Lesson Delivery
Lesson Delivery
Lesson Delivery
students engaged 90-100% of the period
Delivery Should Clearly Support Content Objectives

Balance instruction delivery & time for student practice
More student-driven activities lead to higher achievement ("gradual release of responsibility")
Activities should specifically relate to objectives for assessment. "Always have the end in mind."
PREPARATION
PREPARATION
PREPARATION
PACING
PREPARATION
PREPARATION
PACING
PACING
PACING
PACING
PACING
PACING
PACING
Students Should Be Engaged 90-100% of the Period
students engaged 90-100% of the period
Establishing classroom routines & procedures
Offering choices----tasks, texts, groups
Creating opportunities for students to make connections between school & their interests
Considerations for Lesson Delivery
How are lessons delivered?

How well are content and language objectives
supported during a lesson?

To what extent are students engaged?

How appropriate is the lesson's pace according to
student ability levels?

*"Lesson delivery" as a reminder for teachers to stay on track!

Orally state objectives, display for teacher and students, refer back---and FOLLOW-THROUGH!
Write objectives in "student-friendly" language to keep the lesson and students on track
Objectives serve as a "buffer" for tangential questions
Video clip?
https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/assess-and-celebrate-learning
Delivery Clearly Supports Language Objectives
Teachers must address language objectives explicitly
Example: If a teacher assigns a "persuasive speech", he/she should discuss/model the language objective in context: How do you defend a position?
Meeting Content & Language Objectives
Objectives of SIOP lessons should be:
Observable--learning goals can be understood by an outside observer
Measurable--there is a means with which to assess the students
Assessed--teacher and students review objective not just at end of class but throughout
*Presence of objectives can inherently affect the pacing of a lesson
Time Management & Student Engagement:
Pacing of the Lesson Appropriate to Students' Ability Levels
Too quick=Students are lost
Too slow=Students are bored

Use time efficiently, purposefully, always
with the objectives in mind

Have back-up activities in case your lesson isn't
received as you'd expected
Pacing: rate at which information is presented
What does this look like in terms of teaching practices?
Think-Pair-Share and Think-Pair-Square-Share
Prevents impulsive response or reaction and promotes deeper analytical thinking and analysis
Chunk and Chew
Pausing after every ten minutes of input to give students time to talk with a partner or small group about what they have just learned

DIFFERENTIATION
Pro-Rate the task - Explaining the concept of fairness as it applies to the differentiation in the work completed by ELL versus English speaking students
Radio advice line - A few more advanced students take on the role of radio show host where students can ask questions
Projects - Allows students to work at their won ability while showing comprehension in content and language ie. posters, music video, cartoons, photo collage, timeline, etc.
Varying comprehension checks - Checking with students who need more help
Scale of student mastery - Teacher keeps track of how students are progressing in mastering the language and content objectives of a unit
Podcast
Oral response or summary on a topic chosen by student or assigned by the teacher. Done with our without technology
TV Talk Show
Students conduct a talk show with an "expert" or series of "experts" conducting interviews on subject matter
Journals or E-Journals
Allows students to continue language building and content development simultaneously
Continued
Interdisciplinary Projects
Content Objectives
Improve their ability to monitor lessons to determine if delivery supports lesson objectives
Employ strategies to promote student time-on-task/overall engagement
Explain how a focus on lesson's objectives can aid in pacing
Identify common issues surrounding lesson preparation, delivery and pacing
Apply strategies to improve lesson structure and pacing for more effective lesson delivery
Record presentation notes in the Cornell format
Language Objectives
SWBAT
SWBAT
Projects that combine content, literature, music, etc.

Such projects help to introduce and reinforce key language terms, functions and sentence structures.
"If keeping someone's interest in a lecture were a business, it would have an 80% failure rate." --J.Medina
Why are so many lessons ineffective even when the teacher invested countless hours in preparation? What can we do so that lessons are engaging, memorable and lead to deeper understanding of the content and language?
Discuss with an elbow partner.
1.Chunking
2. Multiple cycles of guided practice
3. Frequent formative assessments
Inattention & misbehavior ensues when students don't know what to do!
Enhance student engagement by......
nature of content student background knowledge
References
Brown-Wessling, S. (Nov. 2012). The stoplight method: An end of lesson assessment.
The Teaching Channel.

https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/daily-lesson-assessment

Echevarria, J., Vogt, M., & Short, D. (2012).
Making content comprehensible for English learners : the SIOP® model.
4th ed. Boston: Pearson

Medina, J. (2009).
Brain rules : 12 principles for surviving and thriving at work, home, and school.
1st Pear Press trade pbk. ed. Seattle, Wash.: Pear Press.
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