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Making Progress Coaching Teachers of English Language Learners. Nancy Frey & Douglas Fisher www.fisherandfrey.com. District Demographics. 27,000 students in 44 schools 65% of the students are Latino/Hispanic, 16% are Asian/Pacific Islander, 14% are white, and 5% are African-American

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Making progress coaching teachers of english language learners

Making Progress Coaching Teachers of English Language Learners

Nancy Frey & Douglas Fisher

www.fisherandfrey.com


District demographics

District Demographics

  • 27,000 students in 44 schools

  • 65% of the students are Latino/Hispanic, 16% are Asian/Pacific Islander, 14% are white, and 5% are African-American

  • 72% English learners

  • 1999, 37% of students were proficient in reading

  • One school > 800 Academic Performance Index


Instructional model

Instructional Model

Gradual Release of Responsibility Model

  • Focus - purpose and modeling

  • Guided - strategic use of cues, prompts, and questions

  • Collaborative - productive group work

  • Independent - both in-class and out-of-class application


Making progress coaching teachers of english language learners

TEACHER RESPONSIBILITY

“I do it”

Focus Lesson

Guided Instruction

“We do it”

“You do it

together”

Collaborative

“You do it

alone”

Independent

STUDENT RESPONSIBILITY

A Structure for Instruction that Works


Interaction involves talk

Interaction Involves Talk


Self assessment

Self-Assessment

  • Using page 68, consider the ways in which you use talk

  • When you share your results with your partner, use the following frames

    • I am best at ____.

    • What are you best at?

    • When I ask questions, I _____.

    • My favorite way to facilitate academic language is ______.

    • The way I will improve ____ is by _____.


Instructional routines

Instructional Routines

  • Beginning on page 147, there are a number of instructional routines useful in facilitating student interaction

    • Which have you used?

    • Which would you like to try?

    • Notice the language frames associated with each routine.


Outcomes

Outcomes

  • District API > 800 (811 in 2008)

  • 26 schools with API > 800 (of 44)

  • Only three schools remain in PI, two of which made AYP in 2008

  • 73% of the schools made growth targets for English learners (up from 21% in 2004)

  • 53% of the students reached proficiency


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