GLAD<br />Guided Language Acquisition Design<br />
Project Glad :<br /><ul><li>Promotes English language acquisition, academic achievement, and cross-cultural skills
Tied to standards
Provides access to core curriculum
Promotes positive, effective interactions between students and students, and students and teachers
Develops metacognitive use of high level, academic language, and literacy</li></ul>A GLAD unit has four Component :<br /><...
Input
Guided Oral Practice
Reading and Writing</li></ul>This presentation aims to highlight these four components.<br />Source:  projectglad.com<br />
Focus/Motivation<br /><ul><li>Cognitive Content Dictionary
Daily exposure to high level academic language and vocabulary to unit
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  1. 1. GLAD<br />Guided Language Acquisition Design<br />
  2. 2. Project Glad :<br /><ul><li>Promotes English language acquisition, academic achievement, and cross-cultural skills
  3. 3. Tied to standards
  4. 4. Provides access to core curriculum
  5. 5. Promotes positive, effective interactions between students and students, and students and teachers
  6. 6. Develops metacognitive use of high level, academic language, and literacy</li></ul>A GLAD unit has four Component :<br /><ul><li>Focus/Motivation
  7. 7. Input
  8. 8. Guided Oral Practice
  9. 9. Reading and Writing</li></ul>This presentation aims to highlight these four components.<br />Source: projectglad.com<br />
  10. 10. Focus/Motivation<br /><ul><li>Cognitive Content Dictionary
  11. 11. Daily exposure to high level academic language and vocabulary to unit
  12. 12. Encourages student metacognition as students use context clues, visuals, and hang signals to determine final meaning
  13. 13. Super scientist awards
  14. 14. Provides authentic, interesting information and pictures throughout unit
  15. 15. Rewards students for following three standards: Show Respect, Make Good Decisions, Solve Problems
  16. 16. Observation Charts
  17. 17. A collection of authentic pictures
  18. 18. Encourages discussion of grouping, classification, and gives students a chance to simply talk about topic</li></li></ul><li>Focus/Motivation<br /><ul><li>Inquiry charts
  19. 19. T-chart like the KWL. Provides students opportunities to share background knowledge as well as hook them with opportunity to ask questions that may be answered in unit.
  20. 20. Model of Inquiry Science Method
  21. 21. Teacher-made Big Books
  22. 22. Introduces 4-7 major concepts of the unit
  23. 23. Exposes students to high-level scientific vocabulary and complex language structures
  24. 24. Patterns scaffold students towards being able to read grade level text</li></li></ul><li>Input<br /><ul><li>Graphic Organizers
  25. 25. Three types: World Map, Timeline, or 6 Kingdoms of Life
  26. 26. Provides students a big picture of where the unit fits
  27. 27. Provides students visual representation of different concepts of unit
  28. 28. Pictorial Input Chart
  29. 29. Directly teaches the concepts of the unit
  30. 30. Color-coded chunks
  31. 31. As you revisit it the next day, students put up word and picture cards, helping them to engage and imprint further</li></li></ul><li>Input<br /><ul><li>Comparative Input Chart
  32. 32. Directly teaches concepts
  33. 33. Provides students an opportunity to practice higher-level skill of compare/contrast
  34. 34. Visual representation provides for all learning styles
  35. 35. Narrative Input Chart
  36. 36. Teaches concepts through storytelling
  37. 37. High level difficult concepts become understandable
  38. 38. Provides an opportunity for ELD review—adding speech bubbles, retelling story, high-level vocabulary</li></li></ul><li>Guided Oral Practice<br /><ul><li>T-Graph for Social Skills & Team Points
  39. 39. Authentic way to practice social skills
  40. 40. Work on up to six social skills for the year
  41. 41. Students choose aspect of skill to work on—ownership
  42. 42. Picture File Cards
  43. 43. Used in all areas throughout the unit (60-80 pictures)
  44. 44. Great resources for oral and written language
  45. 45. Can be used for writing prompts, sorts, classifying
  46. 46. Exploration Report
  47. 47. What we observe, what we wonder, what we predict
  48. 48. Can use ELD sentence frames to scaffold
  49. 49. Academic Discourse</li></li></ul><li>Guided Oral Practice<br /><ul><li>Chants/Raps/Poems
  50. 50. Examples: Here, There; Yes, ma’am (sir); I Can Spell, Bugaloo, Sound Off
  51. 51. Revisit to add sketches, picture file cards
  52. 52. Rhythm and patterning with vocabulary and contents
  53. 53. Lowers affective filter
  54. 54. Sentence Patterning Chart
  55. 55. Teaches parts of speech
  56. 56. Adjective, Adjective, Noun, Verb, Adverb, Prep. Phrase
  57. 57. Patterns high level sentence structure
  58. 58. Color code parts of speech</li></li></ul><li>Reading and Writing<br /><ul><li>Poetry Frame
  59. 59. Able to teach academic language through rhythm and patterns, figurative language, formatting
  60. 60. Creative outlet
  61. 61. Found Poetry
  62. 62. Promotes creativity
  63. 63. Read a descriptive text, students choose words that stand out, and write poems with those words
  64. 64. ELD Group Frame
  65. 65. Students practice retell of narrative
  66. 66. Write a retell and then edit/revise collectively
  67. 67. Team Tasks
  68. 68. Students recreate charts in order to imprint in mind
  69. 69. Teachers have opportunity to pull expert and review groups</li></li></ul><li>Reading and Writing<br /><ul><li>Expert Groups
  70. 70. Each team is split into four, become experts of one “topic” in unit
  71. 71. Teacher works with small group, students go back to “teach their team”
  72. 72. Process Grid and Mind Maps
  73. 73. Students take info, make mind map, teach teams, and as a class, fill in Process Grid
  74. 74. Can be used to write reports, paragraphs, etc.
  75. 75. Cooperative Strip Paragraph
  76. 76. Models writing process
  77. 77. Teacher writes topic sentences, teams make their own sentence
  78. 78. Class revises, rewrites, edits together</li></li></ul><li>Reading and Writing<br /><ul><li>Story Map
  79. 79. Teaches elements of story
  80. 80. Scaffolds retell of a story
  81. 81. Setting, Characters, Problem, Goal, Events, Resolution, Theme
  82. 82. Student Folders
  83. 83. Includes Learning Logs, Poetry & Chant Booklet, Interactive Journal
  84. 84. Writer’s Workshop
  85. 85. Culminating assessment of information for each students
  86. 86. Encourages metacognition</li>
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