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Good Teaching: Meeting The Challenges Of Immersion Education. Myriam Met myriammet@gmail.com. IMMERSION What The Data Show. What The Data Show. WHAT DO WE KNOW ABOUT SCHOOLING STUDENTS IN A NEW LANGUAGE?. SCHOOLING IN A NEW LANGUAGE WORKS !. UTAH MATH SCORES 2010-2011. Academic.

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Good Teaching: Meeting The Challenges Of Immersion Education

Myriam Met

myriammet@gmail.com


IMMERSIONWhat The Data Show


What The Data Show


WHAT DO WE KNOW ABOUT SCHOOLING STUDENTS IN A NEW LANGUAGE?


SCHOOLING IN A NEW LANGUAGE WORKS!


UTAH MATH SCORES 2010-2011

Academic

  • 8 DISTRICTS, 1st and 2nd Grades PARTICIPATED

  • CHINESE IMMERSION STUDENTS STATEWIDE AVERAGED 10% HIGHER THAN NON-IMMERSION PEERS


FOCUS ON OUTCOMES


FOCUS ON OUTCOMES

  • Set targets

  • Describe end-of-year outcomes

  • Integrate outcomes into content units and lesson plans

  • Provide explicit language/literacy instruction

    DO WHAT/ WITH WHAT/ HOW WELL


FOCUS ON OUTCOMES

At the end of


FOCUS ON OUTCOMESIdentify end-of-year outcomes


Instruction:Language Objectives

Students can

  • compare _____ to ____ using “…”

  • predict _____ using “…”

  • identify how new vocabulary is related to known vocabulary (e.g., said/uttered; benefit/beneficial).

  • use the language of place value, including million, thousand, hundred.

  • express agreement/disagreement with peers using sentence frames (I agree with …. in that…)


Instruction:Language Objectives

Students can …

  • Defend an opinion about ____ using “…”

  • Demonstrate expanded use of sequence words (initially, subsequently, ultimately)


HIGH QUALITY INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES

LANGUAGE SPECIFIC

  • INPUT

  • OUTPUT/INTERACTION

  • ENGAGEMENT

CONTENT-SPECIFIC

  • LITERACY

  • MATH

  • SCIENCE

    ETC.


HIGH QUALITY INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES

  • Integrated into unit and lesson plans

  • Professional development

  • Criteria for teacher performance Classroom observations, mentoring and coaching


HIGH QUALITY INSTRUCTION

  • Principles of practice-- Strategic repertoire

  • Connect curriculum, instruction, and assessment: identify the goal, figure out how you will know you’ve achieved it, decide how to get there (strategies; materials)


Principles of Practice

  • Provide rich comprehensible input

  • Check for comprehension

  • Provide multiple and regular opportunities for interaction and output

  • Ensure student engagement and motivation

  • Monitor student learning


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