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SIOP Model Features for Lesson Delivery


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SIOP Model Features for Lesson Delivery

  1. 1. SIOP: Chapter 8 Lesson Delivery
  2. 2. Learning Targets: Content Targets:  Monitor lessons to determine if the delivery is supporting the objectives.  List strategies for improving student time on task throughout a lesson.  Explain how a focus on a lesson’s objectives can aid in pacing  Generate Activities to keep English Learners engaged. Language Targets:  Evaluate a situation where a well-designed lesson plan is not enacted successfully and explain what might have gone wrong and what could be improved.  Compare pacing considerations in classes that have only native speakers with classes that have English Learners.  Discuss characteristics of effective SIOP lesson delivery.
  3. 3. Feature 23:  Content Objectives Clearly Supported by Lesson Delivery Content Objectives: What you are going to know at the end
  4. 4. Feature 24:  Language Objectives Clearly Supported by Lesson Delivery Language Objectives: How you are going to show me you know the content.
  5. 5. Feature 25:  Students Engaged Approximately 90% to 100% of the time.
  6. 6. There are actually three aspects of student engagement that should be considered. 1. Allocated time 2. Engaged Time 3. Academic Learning Time
  7. 7. Engaged Time  Engaged time refers to the time students are actively participating in instruction during the time allocated. The engaged time-on-task research has consistently concluded that the more actively students participate in the instructional process, the more they achieve.
  8. 8. Academic Learning Time  Academic Learning Time focuses on students’ time-on-task, when the task is related to the materials they will be tested on. Creative, fun activities are not effective if they are unrelated to the content and language objectives of the lesson.
  9. 9. Allocated Time  Allocated time reflects the decisions teachers make regarding the amount of time to spend studying a topic or doing a particular academic task.
  10. 10. Feature 26:  Pacing of the Lesson Appropriate to Students’ Ability Levels SIOP Feature 26
  11. 11. Pacing  Rate at which information is presented during lesson  Pace depends on content and level of students’ background knowledge  Routines can help with pacing  Collecting Homework/distributing materials often take up valuable instructional time  Maximize your time, every minute counts! SIOP Feature 26
  12. 12. Pacing  Appropriate pace is critical for ELLs  A suitable pace for native speakers may render information meaningless to beginning English speakers.  In order to accommodate ELLs, instructors must adjust pace of lesson. SIOP Feature 26
  13. 13.  A skillful SIOP teacher is able to monitor and adjust pacing during a lesson.  Students’ disengagement may be due to material that is presented too quickly (or too slowly) and/or lack of focus for the lesson. SIOP Feature 26
  14. 14. What should lesson delivery look like in the classroom?  Content and language objectives clearly supported by lessons  Students must understand the expectations of the lesson  Students engaged 90% - 100% of the time  Pacing of the lesson is appropriate to students’ ability level
  15. 15. What should lesson delivery look like in the classroom?  Have objectives in writing  Read aloud the content and language objectives  Encourage small groups  Vary your activities  Use class time to the fullest  Give multiple opportunities for students to meet objectives
  16. 16. Why does lesson delivery matter?  Mastery of content and language objectives by all students, including English Language Learners, is the intended goal of a well-designed SIOP lesson.  If both teachers and students stay focused on the objectives throughout a lesson, the objectives are more likely to be met.
  17. 17. SUMMARY: “…effective SIOP® teachers need to plan to use the entire class period efficiently, teach in ways that engage students, and make sure students are engaged in activities that specifically relate to the material on which they will be assessed.