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Sheltered Instruction. Myrna Castillo BE/ESL Consultant 972-348-1308 [email protected]

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Sheltered instruction

Sheltered Instruction

Myrna Castillo

BE/ESL Consultant

972-348-1308

[email protected]

It is the policy of Region 10 Education Service Center not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender or handicap in its vocational programs, services or activities as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972; and Section 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended. Region 10 Education Service Center will take steps to ensure that lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in all educational programs and services.


Objectives

Objectives

  • To know the different acronyms for Limited English Proficient population.

  • To walk away with one strategy I can go back and implement in my classroom tomorrow

  • To understand how I can use Literacy charts and webs in my classroom


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ALWZ

OMG

IDK

FYI

IAD8

JK

ROTFL

BTW


What is background knowledge

What is Background Knowledge?

  • Background knowledge is what a person already knows about a topic.

  • Academic knowledge is what students already know about academic content.


Word sort vocabulary activity

Word Sort Vocabulary Activity

Activity

  • Work with the people in your group to

    sort the cards into categories.

  • Each group determines how they think the cards should be sorted and why.

  • Once everyone at your table has sorted the cards, share with others how you sorted your cards and why you chose to organize them that way.


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LEP

LPAC

ELL

LAT

TELPAS

HLS

NES

LES

SIOP


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HLS

Home Language Survey

  • Filled out by parents at time of registration

  • Found in Student’s file

  • Language folder is created if a language other than English is indicated as spoken at home


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L

imited

E

nglish

P

E

roficient

nglish

L

anguage

L

earner


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imited

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nglish

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peaker

on

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nglish

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peaker


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ESL

English as a Second Language

  • Student scores below a FES level on a language proficiency test and another language was indicated as spoken at home on the HLS

  • Student that is a native Spanish Speaker scores the same on the Spanish and English portion of the language proficiency test.


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LPAC

Language Placement Academic Committee

  • Committee consisting of an Administrator, Bilingual and/or ESL teacher, and Parent

  • Must be done within 20 days of enrollment

  • Placement of student is decided

  • Committee must also meet to decide state testing accommodations if needed.


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exas

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NCLB

No Child Left

Behind

nglish

L

anguage

P

roficiency

A

ssessment

S

ystem


Telpas

TELPAS

  • Assessment of students annually in the domains of listening, speaking, reading and writing

  • All LEP students are assessed, including those whose parent denied services

  • Four proficiency levels:

    • Beginning

    • Intermediate

    • Advanced

    • Advanced High


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KEY!

  • Listening

  • Speaking

  • Reading

  • Writing


Elps english language proficiency standards

ELPSEnglish Language Proficiency Standards

http://www.tea.state.tx.us/teks/

Classroom instruction that effectively integrates second language acquisition with quality content area instruction ensures that ELLs acquire social and academic language proficiency in English, learn the knowledge and skills in the TEKS, and reach their full academic potential.

Effective instruction in second language acquisition involves giving ELLs opportunities to listen, speak, read, and write at their current levels of English development while gradually increasing the linguistic complexity of the English they read and hear, and are expected to speak and write.


Talk a mile a minute

Talk a Mile a Minute

  • Students are given a list of terms that are organized into categories.

  • Every team designates a “talker” who is provided with a list of words under a category title

  • The talker tries to get the team to say each of the words by quickly describing them.

Game!!!


What is sheltered instruction

What is Sheltered Instruction?

1) Instruction that makes content area knowledge comprehensible for English Language

Learners (ELLs)

while simultaneously

2) supporting the students’ English language development


What is siop

What is SIOP?

  • SIOP is an observation tool designed for use by teachers and administrators working with

    English Language Learners (ELLs).

  • SIOP is a tool, or framework, for planning and delivering lessons that are comprehensible for

    ELLs.


Mystery webs

Mystery Webs

  • "See if you can find any connections between the words. If you can think of a connection, draw an arrow and write the connection on it."


Example

Example

Notice that the arrows show the direction in which the sentences are to be read. For example, the arrow shows that we read from Earth to ice caps: "Earth has two ice caps."


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  • In this example "planets" has been circled as the topic word, or heading. Blue has been used for connections the writer believes to be true. Red has been used for connections about which the writer is doubtful.


Purpose

Purpose

Provides information on:

  • what the children already know,

  • where the knowledge gaps are,

  • who may be able to offer a presentation on an aspect of the topic, and

  • how you might pair children with complementary strengths.


Example project

Example Project


Cell project

Cell Project


Cell project1

Cell Project


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Lie awake in bed at nightAnd think about your lies Do you want to be different? (Different...)Try to let go of the truthThe battles of your youth’Cause this is just a gameIt's a beautiful lieIt's a perfect denialSuch a beautiful lie to believe inSo beautiful, beautiful lie makes meIt's time to forget about the pastTo wash away what happened last (happened last)Hide behind an empty faceDon't ask too much, just say'Cause this is just a game

It's a beautiful lieIt's a perfect denialSuch a beautiful lie to believe inSo beautiful, beautiful lie makes meLie....BeautifulEveryone's looking at meI'm running around in circles, babyA quiet desperation's building higherI've got to remember this is just a game(LLLLLIIIIIIIIEEEEEEE) So beautiful, beautiful... X4It's a beautiful lie ---It's a perfect denial ---(So beautiful, beautiful)Such a beautiful lie to believe in ---So beautiful, beautiful lie makes me

Assignment: To find a song that represents a theme found in To Kill a Mockingbird and be able to present, as a team, an explanation of why the song was chosen and the theme it represents.

A Beautiful Lie by Thirty Seconds to Mars


Have students use their own language

Have students use their own language!

Show Power Point!


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