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  1. Sheltered Instruction TrainingSession Six Lesson Delivery and Review and Assessment presenters: Please sit in groups of 6!

  2. Components of Sheltered Instruction Preparation Building Background Comprehensible Input Strategies Interaction Practice & Application Delivery Review and Assessment

  3. Today’s Agenda Discuss Lesson Delivery, Review and Assessment Define all components and share explored techniques Watch a video and identify key components of Sheltered Instruction Self-assess our current implementation Identify one or more components for implementation Complete training surveys

  4. Today’s Objectives • In a group, design a visual representation of a specific component and orally explainyour reasoning to the whole group. • Discuss and writeour observations of the video on the S.I. observation form. • Record on the survey • Small and whole group: discuss patterns revealed in dot assessment Participants will: • Review and define the components of sheltered instruction. • Observe and identifycomponents and techniques in a video demonstration lesson. • Self-evaluate your current implementation of the components/features of SI (whether you were already implementing or began during this training) • Identify a focus for implementation (both for the remainder of this year and for next year)

  5. Lesson Delivery Have you ever written a fabulous lesson plan, with all the bells and whistles you could think of, but when you taught the lesson it went far differently than you had planned? Take a moment to think about such a lesson and then share your experience with your shoulder partner (one minute each).

  6. Lesson Delivery • The Lesson Delivery component focuses on addressing the aforementioned problem. • It is one thing to write an effective lesson, and another to effectively deliver that lesson.

  7. Lesson Delivery Content Objectives Supported Language Objectives Supported Pacing Appropriate The Features of Lesson Delivery Students Engaged & on task 90%-100%

  8. What is the correlation between learning retention rates and levels of student engagement?

  9. Scaffolding Increasing Independence Applying Explicit teaching Modeling Practicing Teaching Techniques Student Strategies

  10. Review and Assessment • Although this is the last component in the Sheltered Instruction model, it is not the least! • Assessment is not only done at the end of instruction; it needs to be ongoing. • Assessment should inform instruction.

  11. Activities for Assessment • Stand Up, Sit Down • Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down • Fist of Five (“Handy” Lickert) • Clickers • Self Assessment Rubrics (on an exit slip) • Mini-assessment (one or two key questions on an exit slip)

  12. Name of technique How they demonstrate understanding Where in your plan? Description Of technique The * asterisk identifies where in your lesson you could use this technique and how students are active.

  13. Review and Assessment Vocabulary Review Key Concept Review Assessment of Comprehension throughout Lesson Feedback on Student OUTPUT The Features of Review and Assessment Regular

  14. Video Lesson Observation Scanthe sheltered instruction video observation form for the component you will be observing. Look for evidenceof the component in the video. Take notes on your observations of the lesson.

  15. Partner Share • Find a partner from a different component table. • Share your observations and comments with partner. • Partner records your observations on their sheet. • Switch roles.

  16. SI Visual Representation Activity • At your component expert tables, • Look over the Sheltered Instruction resource as a group • Design a visual representation of your assigned component (look at your component on table tent) • Identify 1 person from your team to share your product with the whole group • Provide your teams’ definition / summary of the component and your reasoning for the visual.

  17. 1. Complete the Self-Evaluation • 2. Place 3 stars on the Component Charts that represent: • Areas that, according to your Self-Assessment, would benefit from a stronger focus. • 3. Debrief in groups and report out (no repeats) • What do you see? • What are the implications? • How does that relate to my practice? Implementation… Dot Assessment/Star Assessment

  18. Have we met today’s objectives? • In a group, design a visual representation of a specific component and orally explainyour reasoning to the whole group. • Discuss and writeour observations of the video on the S.I. observation form. • Record on the survey • Small and whole group: discuss patterns revealed in dot assessment Participants will: • Review and define the components of sheltered instruction. • Observe and identifycomponents and techniques in a video demonstration lesson. • Self-evaluate your current implementation of the components/features of SI (whether you were already implementing or began during this training) • Identify a focus for implementation (both for the remainder of this year and for next year)

  19. Have we been implementing our course goals?Increase student access to core content by: Sharing effective techniques with colleagues to expand our instructional repertoires. Developing a common language to discuss best practices. Incorporating features of Sheltered Instruction in our lesson plans.

  20. Components of Sheltered Instruction Preparation Building Background Comprehensible Input Strategies Interaction Practice & Application Delivery Review and Assessment

  21. Final Survey • Please remember that • “planning” means incorporating components/features of sheltered instruction • “debriefing” means sharing the sheltered instruction that you have incorporated in your instruction since the previous meeting • common language includes

  22. Please complete the Final Sheltered Instruction Initiative Participant Survey.