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  1. Specially Designed Academic Instruction in English (SDAIE) Title III Access to Core Professional Development Summer 2010 Office of Curriculum, Instruction, and School Support Language Acquisition Branch

  2. Our Learning Community • How familiar are you with Title III AMAOs? • What ELD levels are most prevalent in your classroom? • What grade level(s) will you teach in September? • How many SDAIE professional development sessions have you attended in the past 2 years?

  3. Agenda • Welcome/Introductions • Objectives and Goals • Setting the Context • Elements of SDAIE • SDAIE Lesson Design • Lesson Analysis • Scaffolding for Language Learning - Building Language Objectives • Meeting Students’ Linguistic Needs • Closure/Evaluation

  4. Learning Community Norms • Participate in full session to maximize your learning. • Disable or silence all electronic devices. • Be an active participant. No “sidebar” conversations. • Respect diverse perspectives and opinions. • Other:

  5. Long Range Goals • Achieve consistency and continuity in our understanding of SDAIE and how we communicate it to all stakeholders. • Implement effective district-wide use of SDAIE to provide access to core curriculum for English learners. • Build a Culturally Relevant and Responsive (CRRE) learning environment incorporating the different ways our students learn, behave, and use communicative language patterns.

  6. Objectives Share English learner achievement data. Acquire a common definition of SDAIE/sheltered instruction that can be operationalized throughout the district. Identify the features within the four critical elements of SDAIE. Develop a common lexicon to describe SDAIE and its characteristics. Learn the components of the K-12 Universal Access/SDAIE Lesson Design Template. Understand the process of thinking through the “What and How” in a SDAIE Math lesson. Review English learner characteristics by proficiency level. Understand the role of a language objective in a SDAIE lesson. Analyze a Math lesson to identify the language demands.

  7. “Universal Access (UA) refers to the right of all students to have equal opportunity and access to high quality, grade-level instruction regardless of socio-economic status, ethnicity, background, or disabilities. In order to ensure UA for all, instruction is differentiated to meet students’ needs.” p.3 Multi -Tiered Framework for Instruction, Intervention, and Support, BUL-4827, LAUSD, July, 2009

  8. NCLB Title III Student Achievement Targets

  9. NCLB Student Achievement Targets All Subgroups must meet Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) in ELA and math for LAUSD to exit PI • Annual progress for English Learners is measured by the following Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives: • AMAO 1: Percent making annual progress in English • AMAO 2: Percent attaining English proficiency • AMAO 3: Percent proficient in ELA and Math

  10. AYP Targets and Percentage of Students Proficient in ELA (AMAO 3) Target

  11. AYP Targets, 2002-2014 ELA

  12. AYP Targets and Percentage of Students Proficient in Mathematics (AMAO 3) Target

  13. AYP Targets, 2002-2014 Math

  14. CELDT and CST ELA Achievement LAUSD Districts 1-8 - ELs Proficient on CELDT

  15. CELDT and Math CST Achievement LAUSD Districts 1-8 - ELs Proficient on CELDT

  16. Title III Action Plan Tenets • All students have access to robust/rigorous first teaching • All English Learners have access to appropriate ELD • Implement common access to core strategies for math and English language arts in Kindergarten - 12th grades • Professional Development for teachers, administrators, and support staff aligned to AMAOs 1-3

  17. SDAIE:Specially Designed Academic Instruction in English

  18. Self-reflection Quick Write: Define SDAIE

  19. SDAIE: Specially Designed Academic Instruction in English SDAIE is a methodology (a set of specific strategies) designed to make instruction comprehensible and to make grade level academic content accessible for English learners.

  20. Four Critical Elements of SDAIE Effective Access to Core instruction is characterized by four critical elements: “3 C’s and an I” • Content • Connections • Comprehensibility • Interaction

  21. Culturally Relevant and Responsive Pedagogy

  22. Four Critical Elements SDAIE: Four Critical Elements Sort • Use the cards on your table to “build” a group Tree Map • First line up the names of the Four Critical Elements of SDAIE; then classify the rest of the cards under the correct category

  23. Four Critical Elements of SDAIE:Reading Activity • Select a reading partner. Determine who will be Partner A and Partner B INDEPENDENT READING: • Partner A reads – Content & Comprehensibility • Partner B reads – Connections & Interaction • Chart additional key points on the Divided Circle Map PARTNER DISCUSSION: • Which reflective questions currently guide your planning/instruction for ELs? Which questions might prompt you to think about your practice differently? • Quick-share: “Whip Around the Room”

  24. Connections Content -clarify misconceptions -negative transfer of previous content knowledge - -Clear Content and language objectives SDAIE Comprehensibility Interaction • -Strategies to facilitate text comprehension • Use of Word Banks -Use of both heterogeneous and homogeneous groupings

  25. Video Observation

  26. Video Observation Activity • Identify features of each of the critical elements as you observe the video clip • Record your observations on handout - Table Talk • Group Share

  27. High school SDAIE Chemistry lesson Main Standard: 5. Acids, bases, and salts are three classes of compounds that form ions in water solutions. Focus Standard: 5a. Students know the observable properties of acids, bases, and salt solutions.

  28. Tapped students personal experienceswith chemicals • Briefly reviewed previous learning • Reinforced previously learned vocabulary • Clear content and language objectives • Asked questions • Restated vocabulary • Used key vocabulary in different context • Combined visual clues with verbal communication • One to one correspondence between spoken and written vocabulary to the visual clue • Teacher to student interaction only

  29. “A language is not just a grammar and a vocabulary. It is a flash of the human spirit. The soul of a culture, the old-growth forest of the mind.”- Wade Davis Anthropologist

  30. Content Gr. 3 Math Lesson Review the lesson to identify the 3C’s and I

  31. Comprehensibility Comprehensibility Comprehensibility Connections Interaction Interaction Content Gr. 3 Math Lesson

  32. SDAIELesson Design Template

  33. Think-Pair-Share What do you think are the core components of a well-planned lesson in any content area?

  34. The What Page 1

  35. The How Page 2

  36. SDAIEThinking through “The WHAT”

  37. SDAIE Gr.3 Math Lesson • Read pg.1,“The What”on your own

  38. Page 4 Page 4A SDAIE Element: Content

  39. Think-Pair-Share“The What” Which components are missing in the publisher’s lesson? What sections might need enhancements?

  40. Gr.3 Math Lesson- What’s needed 1.0 Students understand the place value of whole numbers 1.1 Analyze problems by identifying relationships, distinguishing relevant from irrelevant information, sequencing and prioritizing information, and observing patterns.

  41. SDAIEThinking through“The HOW”

  42. SDAIE Gr.3 Math Lesson Read pg.2, “The How” on your own

  43. Page 4B Page 4 SDAIE Element: Connections