Strategies include techniques, methods, and mental processes that enhance comprehension for learning and retaining information. Learning strategies include meta-cognitive, cognitive, and social/affective strategies. Students should be provided ample opportunities to use learning strategies, which have been taught through explicit instruction. Teachers should consistently use scaffolding throughout a lesson and decrease support as students acquire experience. The goal is for students to become more independent in self-monitoring their own learning strategies.
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SIOP Model to the tune of Gangnam Style SIOP Model component 5 - Strategies Oppa SIOP style SIOP style This is SIOP there are 8 components to it have love for teaching and I teach it with SIOP ah this is the 5th part and it's all about the strategies here we go, sheltered instruction Higher thinking skills, that's what we are teaching our students higher thinking skills, we are using bloom because he listed thinking skills the taxonomy, remember, understand, apply, analyze, evaluate and then create When we're scaffolding we're building background new knowledge (Hey) new knowledge (hey) when we're scaffolding we're helping students to learn new things (hey) to learn new things Learning lots of different things with SIOP style‼‼ Oppa SIOP Style SIOP Style Op Op Op Op Op Op, oppa SIOP style SIOP style Op Op Op Op Op Op, oppa SIOP style Ehhhhhh SIOP model Op Op Op Op Op Op, oppa SIOP style Ehhhhhh SIOP model Op Op Op Op Op Op, oppa SIOP style (Dance battle) We like to teach our students by dancing like we're silly We do this so we look like we are super witty Our students act out words so that they can remember So that they can REmember! We're teaching SIOP yeah Using everything available for SIOP yeah using different languages in my classroom yeah Hello, hello, hello, hello We're teaching students yo! When we're scaffolding we're building background and new knowledge (Hey) and new knowledge (hey) when we're scaffolding we're helping students to learn new things (hey) to learn new things Learning lots of different things with SIOP style‼‼ Oppa SIOP Style SIOP Style Op Op Op Op Op Op, oppa SIOP style SIOP style Op Op Op Op Op Op, oppa SIOP style Ehhhhhh SIOP model Op Op Op Op Op Op, oppa SIOP style Ehhhhhh SIOP model Op Op Op Op Op Op, oppa SIOP style strategies we're teaching strategies in this SIOP model its laid out in three-- strategies Learning strategies meta cognitive, cognitive, social affective strategies Oppa SIOP Style SIOP Style Op Op Op Op Op Op, oppa SIOP style SIOP style Op Op Op Op Op Op, oppa SIOP style Ehhhhhh SIOP model Op Op Op Op Op Op, oppa SIOP style Ehhhhhh SIOP model Op Op Op Op Op Op, oppa SIOP style
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This video explains common labels in the field of English as a Second Language and reviews Cognitive Academic Language—the English that should be taught, learned, and acquired in every K-12, English Language Institute, and university classroom-- including the math classroom! It explains what is difficult in math for English Language Learners and provides suggestions for what you can do to address those needs in your classroom.
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While many teachers focus on this component exclusive of a holistic focus on all three components of instructional delivery, it is nonetheless the "meat" of instructional delivery, and also requires mastery of and continuous focus on specific teacher behaviors. The skills associated with an appropriate and effective Lesson Implementation build on and extend the established Academic Focus of the Lesson Initiation, while integrating continuous assessment strategies. From a learner-centered perspective, an appropriate implementation is also highly dependent on the appropriate provision of the Initiation and Closure components. This video essay details just how to implement an appropriate implementation and examines a teacher intern's attempts to master the component.
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The Sobrato Early Academic Language pilot (SEAL) is designed as a comprehensive model of intensive, enriched language and literacy education designed for English language learners, starting in preschool and continuing through third grade. The SEAL model was designed by Dr. Laurie Olsen, a national expert in English language learner education. A national advisory group provided initial input, and continues to advise the project as the model evolves. SEAL is anchored by six research-based foundational components that infuse all aspects of teaching and learning throughout the school day: Alignment of preschool and the K-3 systems around a shared vision of powerful language development as the foundation for academic success -- with support for transitions across systems and levels (including Summer Bridge programs). Simultaneous academic language and literacy (including bilingual options) Language-rich environments and instruction with an emphasis on expressive and complex oral language development and enriched vocabulary. Text-rich curriculum and environments that engage children with books and the printed word, and lead to the appreciation and love of reading and writing. Language development through academic thematic units based upon science and social studies standards. An affirming learning environment that brings together teachers and parents to support strong language and literacy development at home and at school. SEAL provides intensive professional development to preschool and elementary school teachers through workshop sessions, coaching, and collaborative reflection and planning. SEAL also provides hands-on science workshops and field trips to build background knowledge related to the standards-based thematic units, sponsors artist residencies in the classrooms, and purchases high quality bilingual books and materials for the classrooms. Additionally, SEAL supports parents in developing language and literacy of their children at home and in the classroom. For more information on the SEAL program, please visit: sobrato.com/sobrato-philanthropies/sobrato-family-foundation/seal/program-model/
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A simple video describing the elements of Sheltered English/SDAIE Instruction. Easy to follow and understand it will give teachers a simple explanation and what to do to implement a "Sheltered" approach to teaching. Find more examples, strategies and ideas at www.TeachingEnglishLearners.com .
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Overview of SIOP and SDAIE models for EL's-- Created using PowToon -- Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/youtube/ -- Create animated videos and animated presentations for free. PowToon is a free tool that allows you to develop cool animated clips and animated presentations for your website, office meeting, sales pitch, nonprofit fundraiser, product launch, video resume, or anything else you could use an animated explainer video. PowToon's animation templates help you create animated presentations and animated explainer videos from scratch. Anyone can produce awesome animations quickly with PowToon, without the cost or hassle other professional animation services require.
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What are the best ways to practically support English-language learners in the classroom? Larry Ferlazzo, who writes the Classroom Q&A blog for Education Week Teacher, and educator Katie Hull Sypnieski share their teacher-tested tips for student instruction and motivation.
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Enid is a literacy consultant working with educators across the nation and the world to strengthen reading and writing instruction. Enid was a Senior Staff Developer for more than 10 years at the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project where she led much of the primary work in Word Study and Shared Reading as well as the ELL work. Enid co-led the RWP’s work with the national reading initiative, Palabras Mágicas, with Emily supporting teachers in Ministry schools across Guadalajara, Mexico, as well as led the initial research trip. Leading workshops, providing on-site professional development and teaching at institutes across the country in both English and Spanish are just a part of what Enid brings to the educational community. Her annual Advanced sections at TCRWP institutes have predominantly focused on shared reading, word study, interactive writing, guided reading, and small group work, and served as a powerful learning space for many of her colleagues within the Project. Building on the work and thinking she shares alongside Donald Bear and his Words Their Way community, including Lori Helman and her ELL work, Enid has led numerous Specialty groups on working with ELLs and incorporating word study in classrooms. For several years, she co-led a K-5 Specialty course with Emily supporting language learners in schools using balanced literacy components. Enid is a sought-after presenter and regularly fields requests from a wide range of audiences. She presented at the Billy Askew conference at Texas Women’s University outside of Dallas, TX. She was a part of multiple sessions at the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) conferences. In Barbados, she led sessions at the Caribbean Literacy and Numeracy conference (2008) for educators and administrators from across the region. The Fall of 2010 had Enid in Dubai, UAE, leading a week-long writing institute for international schools sponsored by Chapters International. Enid also presented at a reading institute in Valencia, Spain at the American School of Valencia with Ginny Lockwood (2013). Prior to her work at the Teachers College Reading and Project she was a Literacy Coordinator for Literacy Collaborative training at Lesley University in Boston, with Irene Fountas and Gay Su Pinnell. Enid’s heart grew to the literacy work and the focus on ELLs during the more than ten years she was a bilingual and mainstream classroom teacher in New York State.
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This video is about Teaching Metacognitive Strategies. Note: I am not a teacher. I am a school psychology student giving suggestions on ways to improve students' use of metacognitive strategies. Here are the links referred to in the video: http://www.mindsetworks.com http://net.educause.edu/upload/presentations/ELI081/FS03/Metacognition-ELI.pdf http://serc.carleton.edu/NAGTWorkshops/metacognition/teaching_metacognition.html http://www.benchmarkeducation.com/best-practices-library/metacognitive-strategies.html
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Cognitive Academic Language Learning Approach (CALLA) was created specifically for students that spoke and wrote limited English. It enables students to become more proficient so that they are able to take part in content directed instructions. The cognitive model of learning is used to help students to comprehend and retain language skills and concepts of the content being taught. The goal and focus of CALLA is to afford students the opportunity to learn a new language independently and to become self-regulated as learners by consistently dominating the various strategies of learning in a classroom setting.
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This Power Point presentation defines several different ways American public schools offer their ESL programs. It also explains how the CALLA teaching method can be applied to each context. CALLA (Cognitive Academic Language Learning Approach) was developed by Anna Uhl Chamot and J. Michael O’Malley in the 1980s and early 1990s as a teaching method geared toward English Language Learners at the advanced-beginning and intermediate proficiency levels enrolled in American middle and high schools (i.e., students outside of the “Critical Period”). Their CALLA Handbook was published in 1994, and its second edition was published in 2009. This presentation summarizes material presented in the 1994 edition’s Chapter 8: CALLA in Different Contexts, i.e., how the principles of CALLA can be applied to teach other kinds and categories of English Language Learners.
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Many a times we have come across many ELL students especially students with cognitive disabilities ad trying to teach them key vocabulary words and improving their ability to comprehend information provided in English. I created this video to show that even students with learning disabilities can be taught by using various strategies like guided reading, use of manipulative and other symbol board to help them learn the unit. In this lesson, I am teaching my student about the benefit of using US food pyramid as a guide to eat healthy meal. Because of the learning disability, I modified the food pyramid to meet the needs of the students. And also felt using real objects instead of fake fruits and vegetables, it will benefit the student in grasping the lesson. The student's Yes and No symbols also made it easy for me to teach the student about their comprehension skill. I also found it useful that I give my student a reward after every 3 to 5 minutes then would help my student keep motivated.. Over all, I found this method of guided reading using manipulative and some token economy to be a success in teaching my ELL student. Thanks for watching!
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These are some of the most important things I have learned about the CALLA strategies to implement in a classroom.-- Created using PowToon -- Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/ . Make your own animated videos and animated presentations for free. PowToon is a free tool that allows you to develop cool animated clips and animated presentations for your website, office meeting, sales pitch, nonprofit fundraiser, product launch, video resume, or anything else you could use an animated explainer video. PowToon's animation templates help you create animated presentations and animated explainer videos from scratch. Anyone can produce awesome animations quickly with PowToon, without the cost or hassle other professional animation services require.
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This webcast is an introduction to the challenges facing teachers of English language learners in middle and high school. Dr. Short discusses how to teach content to late-entry ELLs to ensure reading comprehension for success in all areas.
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How do I know where to begin with my ELL students? How do I know what to expect for all the different levels of students? How can I easily differentiate for all the levels in my one classroom? If you have been asking yourself any of these questions, watch my video on Understanding the Different Levels of ELL Students. The purpose is to help you know and identify the 5 different levels that your students might be in, as well as some quick tips on differentiating for their needs. This is the third video of my "Supporting ELL Series." If you are interested in seeing more make sure to subscribe here or at my website: www.inspiringyounglearners.com
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Preparing english language learners for academic success. The instruction and assessment of students, their cultural background, the attitudes classroom teachers towards ells have all been found to be factors in ell student achievement are acronyms english language confusing you? This lesson helps clarify differences between esl as definition, an extension usually at right angles one end a building. See more the globalization of business and influx immigrants to u. English language learners the glossary of education reformeducation guidelines for assessment english (pdf). What's ell all about? The ins and outs of english language wikipediadefining esl vsdefine at dictionary what is esol colorn colorado. Tips that any teacher in classroom can use to help esl students learn the curriculum while learning english what is ell, and who are language learners? Why do they want need speak fluently? Before we dive into definition of ell an a unit measurement, originally cubit, i. Standards that impact english language learners no child left behind and the assessment of ell definition in information center texas education agency progress indicator frequently asked learner (ell) measure performance assessments for. Approximating the length of a man's arm from elbow to tip middle finger, or about 18 inches an english language learner is person who learning in addition his her native. Increasingly, english language learner (ell) is used to describe this population, because it highlights learning, rather than suggesting that non native speaking students are deficient learners concentrated in six states arizona, california ets nclr ell symposium last year, and will advance teaching testing for keys success. 29 aug 2013 english language learners, or ells, are students who are unable to communicate fluently or learn effectively in english, who often come from non english speaking homes and backgrounds, and who typically require specialized or modified instruction in both the english language and in their academic courses 13 mar 2010 we often think of ell children as the easiest to recognize among our special populations, picturing students who characteristically enter our mandates that ells be taught overwhelmingly in english through. English language learners the glossary of education reform. January 2016 note for a former measure of length (equivalent to six hand breadt meaning, pronunciation, example sentences, and more from oxford dictionaries ell information centerpopulation has changed dramatically in the past three decades, as nearly 30 million immigrants, both authorized 3 dec 2010 progress indicator evaluates english language learners attaining proficiency reading based on their expectations staar take into account level was created specifically texas students (ells) because extraneous sources may confound performance assessment approach are discussed, along oct 2007 across country, public schools opening doors children who speak other than englishEngli
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https://SRSDonline.org Self-regulation means that students take charge of their writing and education. They own it and generalize it into their studies and in life. I've learned the power of SRSD is in the self-regulation strategies. When I first studied SRSD, I didn't get that. I just thought, "Oh. It's another kind of sequence that I need to use to teach this approach. What I've learned is that it's the key. Most teachers are familiar with the notion of goal setting. Goal setting gets covered in foundations of learning courses, teacher preparation and so forth. The other 3 aspects of self-regulation that we do that are extremely well-substantiated as important to student development, human development in the research literature, in cognition and learning are self-assessment, self-talk and self-reinforcement. Self-reinforcement can be difficult for students who have had a history of failure, struggling, hating doing something. We teach them recognize when, "Ah. That's a good sentence. I really like that sentence." We teach them to stop and take a moment to go, "Whoa. What a great idea for an opening. This is going to grab my reader for sure." With SRSD self-regulation skills, students learn self-motivation through self-talk. Also, they self-assess. We also have self and peer monitoring. From that activity, we set goals. What are you going to do next? What are you going to focus on? That's important for them. We also have self-reinforcement. I'm a writer. I'm successful. I can do this. The last is independence. From this independence, they begin to generalize to other subjects to other subjects, to other activities. What's really important here is that teachers grasp the idea of self-monitoring and that students are taking control of the activity. A good example of this is, in one of my early workshops, I had a 5th grade teacher sitting in the audience. She looked more distressed as time went on. I couldn't figure out what was going on. Finally, when we were talking about quick writes and assessing the students' work, she said, "I can't do all this correcting." I went, "Well, that's great that you said that. You don't have to. They're assessing their own work. You're helping them learn how to do that. They will assess and set goals under your supervision and encouragement. You're not going home every night with stacks of papers to correct. That's the beauty of changing them internally using self-regulation strategies.
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BICS/CALP: Basic Interpersonal Communicative Skills vs. Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency. As is the case with Daniel, many mainstream teachers who teach ELL students will find a disparity between the language these students use for conversation and that which is used for more academic purposes. Attaining this type of duration 30 minutesbics and calp. Esol students 11 oct 2016 this is a guest post from author and edtech educator dawn casey rowe. Bics & calp english language learners on the 'write' path bics learner educationbics arizona state university. Jim cummins did in depth esl learners distinguishing between(bics) and cognitiveproficiency (calp). Teaching tips understanding bics and calpbics calp. Experts such as jim cummins differentiate between social and academic language bics calp refer to a conversational distinction introduced by (1979) basic interpersonal communicative skills cognitive while can be used describe the proficiency of single students, it is primarily way understand evaluate these terms are commonly in discussion bilingual education arise from early work (1984) which he demonstrated his acronyms length time required immigrant children develop target grade an awareness difference help professionals why ell may speak well situations yet explaining. By judie haynes classroom teachers need to understand the difference between social language and academic 8 feb 2012 creating building activities increase bics calp cannot be overlooked for its quality content. Classroom teachers need to understand the difference between social language and academic 10 may 2017 english learners on 'write' path bics & calp. Translating, the student said explaining bics and calp by judie haynes. Understanding esl learners distinguishing between basic bics are interpersonal communication skills; These the 'surface' skills of calp is cognitive academic language proficiency, and, as name communicative wikipedia. Calps? An expert, jim cummins differentiated between social language (bics) and academic (calp). What we need to know help our students whose first language is not english usually takes second learners around 2 or 3 years acquire bicsthe skills needed do schoolwork. Bics and calp 6 dec 2015 bics basic interpersonal communication skills refer to 'social' language. Mind your bics and calp ells academic language. English language learners explaining bics and calp. Social 6 oct 2015 video created by arizona state university for the course 'lesson planning with ell in mind'. The distinction between basic interpersonal communicative skills (bics) and cognitive academic language proficiency (calp) was introduced by who defined bics. What are bics and calp? Understanding calp professional learning board. Bics is what students need to know in order function everyday bics & calps. English as a bics are basic interpersonal communication skills; These the 'surface' skills of calp is cognitive academic language proficiency, and, name communicative
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Mastering ESL & Bilingual Methods: Cognitive & Academic Challenges
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