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Planning for Increased Student Talk throughout the ELD Block. ELA TL Meeting. 8:00-10:30 12:00-2:30. October 14, 2009. Celebrate and Share!. Think/Write on your own in your journal How are you structuring co-planning with your teachers? What has been successful?

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ela tl meeting
Picking up the PACE!

Planning for Increased Student Talk throughout the ELD Block

ELA TL Meeting

8:00-10:30

12:00-2:30

October 14, 2009

celebrate and share
Celebrate and Share!
  • Think/Writeon your own in your journal
    • How are you structuring co-planning with your teachers? What has been successful?
  • Pair: Take turns talking with an elbow partner
  • Sharewith your table
    • Decide how you will synthesize your table’s thinking for the whole group

Picking up the PACE!

how are you structuring co planning with teachers what has been successful
How are you structuring co-planning with teachers? What has been successful?

AM Session

  • Using reflection questions to guide team through planning
  • Set ELD time (ie after school) for leveled groups/teams to meet
  • Planning is getting better and faster each week
  • Teachers who have the training are taking it on
  • Teams are planning for other teams
  • Plan dump sheet for teachers ahead of time
  • Releasing support to help teachers take on responsibility (having teachers take on different parts)

PM Session

  • Restructuring planning to meet needs of specific language levels
  • Set aside planning time
  • Creating/using a unit plan so all teachers are on the same function/topic
  • Meeting with a grade level and using content to help determine topics
  • ELAchieve training has helped teachers be more successul
  • Co-planning focused on 1 part of the lesson plan
  • Monthly meeting with language levels, everyone starts planning one lesson. Jigsaw planning
  • Grade level planning for credit

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outcomes
Outcomes
  • Teacher Leaders will plan for opportunities for student talk throughout the ELD block.
  • Teacher Leaders will deepen their reflective practice through exploring goals and ongoing action plans.

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feedback trends
Feedback Trends

ELD offers students:

  • a chance for every student to have multiple opportunities to practice language throughout the block
      • Upping the “miles on the tongue”
      • Eliminating “broadcast questions”
  • cognitively demanding and authentic learning
      • When kids leave, have they learned something new and can they talk about it?
  • tools that are transferable
  • natural social and academic language

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expectations
Expectations

Learner:

  • We don’t just do action plans, we use them to reflect and push our thinking.

Leader:

  • Teacher leaders are able to visit classrooms to support co-planning sessions
  • Teacher leaders are co-planning with individuals/teams and using/adapting structures learned at TL meetings. There is a clear outcome for teacher learning during co-planning.
  • Teacher leaders make time to meet with their Consultant each time the consultant is at their school.

Advocate:

  • As we consider redesignation, we need to remember our role as an advocate for these students.

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expert groups
Expert Groups
  • Setting the Context
  • I Do It
  • We Do It
  • You Do Together
  • You do Independently
  • Wrap up and Reflection
  • Create a Group Chart
  • What is the student’s role?
  • What would this look like?
  • Examples you’ve tried
  • A visual representation
  • EVERYCOLORNEEDSTO
  • BEONTHECHART!

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expert groups i do it
Expert Groups: I do it

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expert groups we do it
Expert Groups: We do it

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planning
Planning
  • What will students say during this time?
  • How will we structure this talk?
  • Use 4.1-4.2 as a resource.

Setting the Context/

Bringing the Language to Life

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planning1
Planning
  • What will students say during this time?
  • How will we structure this talk?
  • Use Tab 4 as a resource.

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planning2
Planning
  • What will students say during this time?
  • How will we structure this talk?

Wrap Up and Reflection

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facilitation debrief
Facilitation Debrief
  • What did we do?
  • How could you replicate this process with your teachers?

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goal setting for quarter 2
Goal Setting for Quarter 2

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action plan
Action Plan
  • Action Plan:
    • Teacher Leader example
    • Choose a question/goal for co-planning and a question/goal for your demonstration classroom that you would like to explore through your action plans.

What are you really wondering about?

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whip around
Whip Around

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