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Programs and Practices for Effective Sheltered Content Instruction
January 19, 2011

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           User                                                     Detail
Laura_Santos               Laura Santos from Granville County Schools in NC
Melissa                    Bowling Green VA
Susie                      ESL Teacher/Title III Director
Dominique                  Director of Federal Programs
Alexandra                  Hi from NM
Joan_Palmieri              Joan, esl teacher, nj
Victoria                   Victoria Baldwin, ESL Resource Teacher, Colorado
Robin_Schell               Hi from Robin Schell, ESL Teacher, Greeneville, TN
schoolsmovingup_staff      Audio is via the phone only: 1 866 939-0190; participant code 894-7100#
Lillian_Perez              Lillian Perez Sacramento
DeanaConn                  EL Specialist for my district
Paula_Hooper               hi from Exploratorium in San Francisco -
                           Tech tips: *To converse privately with a particular individual, click on his/her name in
schoolsmovingup_staff      the chat area, drop-*down area in the “to” field below the chat, or in the participant
                           list.
Diane_Mackey               Diane_Mackey_ Tennessee
marilynburt                We have a combination of people.
Kerri_Whipple_ND           State Education Agency Asst Director
Shelley_Geyer              Community member
Julie_Neff_Encinas         I'm a progress monitor for Scientific Learning
Lisa_Ford                  Educational Program Professional for the State of Nevada
Linda_Hoskins              ECE/ELL Research
Diana_Turner               English as an Additional Language Consultant, Manitoba Education
Kristi_Rapinchuk           junior high and high school administrators
Maureen_Keithley           professional development provider
vcriddle                   ELL grant administrator
Katie_Mc                   Assistant Superintendent, Instruction
schoolsmovingup_staff      Audio is via the phone only: 1 866 939-0190; participant code 894-7100#
Lillian_Perez              Lillian Perez Sacramento CA- Good morning
Stephanie                  Where can I find the slides for this presentation?
jduffie                    all sound is via the phone only
                           More information on how to order the book will be shared at the end of the
schoolsmovingup_staff
                           presentation.
                           Stephanie and all, You can download a PDF of the slideshow from
schoolsmovingup_staff      http://www.schoolsmovingup.net/webinars/ellsheltered. You first need to log in with
                           your SchoolsMovingUp login name and password.
jduffie                    Please hit the check on the right if you have read this book
schoolsmovingup_staff      Please click the check box below the participants' names if you've read the book or
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                           X if not.
lynndalyn                  x
Mark_Condit                I put a check as we are providing support to schools in Year 2 or Year 4
Olivia                     can Robert speak a little louder?
jduffie                    Yes all the phones are muted
schoolsmovingup_staff      Audio is via the phone only: 1 866 939-0190; participant code 894-7100#
Olivia                     I can barely hear him but I can hear the other folks more clearly than him.
pquijada                   we are not seeing any slides...??
Olivia                     Jana is coming in loud and clear!
pquijada                   I'm seeing the poll question and results, but when I click on lobby nothing happens
marilynburt                go back into the schools moving up link
                           Please use the chat for content - tech help click on schoolsmovingup on the right
jduffie
                           thanks:)
                           If you have just jouned us please note all audio is via the conference call only Dial-in
jduffie
                           1-866-939-0190 894-7100#
Bianca_Alvarez             We are not seeing slides. What do we need to do?
jean                       Is there a way to print out this power point ?
Ariadna                    Can someone tell me how I can get this publication?
                           Again if you don't see the slides follow with the PDF handout that was sent to all
jduffie
                           registered participants this morning instead
jduffie                    The publication information is attached at the end of this presentation
Fernando                   I do not hear anything...please help
schoolsmovingup_staff      Audio is via the phone only: 1 866 939-0190; participant code 894-7100#
pquijada                   Anu, I still don't see slides. I clicked on lobby and nothing... Help
                           Important to keep a balance in stratgies and not throw out the old. Our job is to keep
Ana_Diez
                           enhancing the skills
Julie_Neff_Encinas         Can you see "Main Room"?
jduffie                    Thanks Ana for your question
                           I have the PDF, so we will just follow along. Can you tell us what slide number we're
pquijada
                           on?
                           Please feel free to share any strategies or tools you have for implementing any of
schoolsmovingup_staff
                           these best practices.
                           Oops, I hit the wrong key and had to come back in to the webinar. Is there a way to
jean
                           get to the power point to print it out?
Bianca_Alvarez             Could you please send the pdf again?
Robert_Linquanti           does this resonate with you all?
                           Everyone, please click on "schoolsmovingup_" in the list of participants on the right
schoolsmovingup_staff      to send me a private message, so we can keep the main area free for content-
                           related discussions. Thanks!
Claudia_Delgadillo         cannot see slides after I submitted answer to question
                           For more on oral language development, you may wish to view the webinar,
schoolsmovingup_staff      “Building Oral Language into the Basal,”
                           http://www.schoolsmovingup.net/cs/smu/view/e/2447
Robert_Linquanti           I've seen ELs sitting quietly in ESL class!
jduffie                    Which of the above situtations do you experience
Julie_Neff_Encinas         Scary, Robert!
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                           Many ELs are 'submerged' in classrooms of mainly native English-speaking
mvannatt                   students, so their teacher doesn't think it's 'fair' to focus on language development in
                           a mixed class like that.
jduffie                    Please fel free to type into the chat anytime wiith questions and reflections
schoolsmovingup_staff      Please dial in at 1 866 939-0190; participant code 894-7100
Robert_Linquanti           Great point, MV!
Julie_Neff_Encinas         IF I knew Rolle's Theorem I'd be able to do it in Spanish.
Victoria                   invervalo - typo ;)
Robert_Linquanti           Nice catch, Victoria
                           Please share a success or challenge your district or school has faced in
schoolsmovingup_staff
                           incorporating academic language into the ELL curriculum.
                           I was always taught "fair" is everyone getting what they need, not necessarily the
vicki
                           same or same amount.
Linda_Hoskins              Are you referring to "oral academic language" in L1?
schoolsmovingup_staff      If you have specific strategies, tools, and resources, please feel free to share.
Julie_Neff_Encinas         AMEN Vicki!
schoolsmovingup_staff      Thank you for your questions and comments.
                           Biggest struggle is usually the fact that teachers don't have any training and feel
Julie_Neff_Encinas
                           unprepared to teach their content to ELLs
bbarajas                   Can't hear Deborah very well.
                           I just saw some really effective 2nd grade instruction last week....the teachers had
Mark_Condit                their students doing a lot of talking, on-task talking, using the words from the unit of
                           instruction
                           Please continue to type in questions and comments. We will address these at break
schoolsmovingup_staff
                           time following section 2.
                           Creating academic dialogues may sound old fashioned, like the days of my hs
Molli_Sipe
                           spanish class, but i think it may be a starting point for students to practice.
                           What are the 5 states that require the SDAIE certification for all teachers? Does
wendy_mccormick
                           anyone know?
Molli_Sipe                 not alaska
Robert_Linquanti           TX, CA, IL, NY I believe
Sandra                     Massachussets requires it
                           Would like to send some HS teachers to see good examples of the types of teaching
Claudia_Delgadillo
                           we are talking about
Julie_Neff_Encinas         Arizona requires a level of sheltered instruction training
Julie_Neff_Encinas         they use the SIOP as the base for it
Joe                        i joined late. can i view the previous slides/content that i missed?
Molli_Sipe                 california dept of ed has kate kinsella video clips for middle school.
                           i'm off to warmer temps...anchorage. but this is valuable to me and i'll view the
Molli_Sipe
                           archive. thanks
                           Thanks Molli the archive and related material including the PDF of the powerpoint at
jduffie
                           http://www.schoolsmovingup.net/webinars/ellsheltered
Robert_Linquanti           handout avail on our website listing all 30 features
                           In Tucson Unified School District (up until I retired in June 09), all teachers had to
Julie_Neff_Encinas
                           provide Language and Content objectives in all lesson plans
Robert_Linquanti           Interesting, Julie

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                           What do you do if your district is pacing guide driven. Getting through the curriculum
bbarajas
                           is the priority. How do you get buy-in for SIOP implementation?
Julie_Neff_Encinas         It was one of the pieces of implementing SIOP
Victoria                   Hopefully they shared those objectives with the students, too :)
Julie_Neff_Encinas         Yes, the objectives had to be posted prominently in the classroom and vocalized
                           A participant just emailed this question, "What recommendations would you make to
schoolsmovingup_staff      help teachers further differentiate SIOP approaches for EL newcomers versus long-
                           term ELs?"
bbarajas                   Yes!
                           Being new, I have trouble deciding which content topics to use. Should I do several
Robin_Schell
                           a year, or stick to Civics type lessons?
bbarajas                   Frustrated and overwhelmed!
                           Question from before my connection died: What ARE the five states that require all
Laura_Wilson
                           teachers are ESL-trained?
                           Another participant emails, "Re: Lesson Delivery: How can we address both
schoolsmovingup_staff
                           language and content objectives without watering down the content objectives"
Robin_Schell               Any ideas for encouraging students to talk when they are very shy?
Linda_Hoskins              Are we talking about both L1 & L2?
DeanaConn                  Kagan co-operative learning strategies are good for shy students
                           Thank you for your excellent questions. Participants too, please feel free to share
schoolsmovingup_staff
                           your perspectives.
Robin_Schell               I settle for short answers too often.
Robin_Schell               Thanks I'll look at Kagan.
Victoria                   structured sentence frames for sharing out can help
                           pauline gibbons speaks of setting up cooperative tasks that require oral
Robert_Linquanti
                           communication to complete task
jduffie                    thank you
DeanaConn                  WHat are academic scripts? Is this like Reader's Theatre?
Robin_Schell               The structured sentence frames do help.
                           people search, go-go-mo are techniques that really help students begin to speak
Galit
                           because they can choose what they will share.
Claudia_Delgadillo         would like to hear more about go-go?
DeanaConn                  What is go-go-mo?
                           Teachers are often overwhelmed by what is required for SIOP planning-lack of local
lisa                       affordable expertise to provide training and coaching needed for long term,
                           consistent implementation
                           We re trying to encourage teachers to use sentence frames which provide
Himelda
                           scaffolded support required for a variety of proficiency levels.
jenfin3                    teachers have been trained however it isnt transfering to instruction :(
Victoria                   they may lack ongoing support for implementation
Julie_Neff_Encinas         Also, it is best to focus on a piece or two at a time and grow over a few years time
                           Please put you comments and questions in the above frame so we can collect them
jduffie
                           in the one place thank you:)
                           I agree about lack of support. It is so hard to ensure that on going support is
jenfin3
                           available when servicing a whole district
                           jenfin3 the teachers are trained but are those who monitor them trained as well so
vicki
                           that they can provide continuous ongoing suport for implementation
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                           Vicki, they are however in my situation there are 2 dedicated people who are
jenfin3                    supporting a whole district. When we are able to provide ongoing support we have
                           seen it become integrated
                           go-go-mo is short for "give one, get one, move on." students are given a grid of nine
                           frames. depending on the topic students complete one to three frames. for example,
                           if they're working on a persuasion piece, they might write reasons why the principal
Galit
                           should allow open lunch." after filling in 1, 2 or 3 frames with their own ideas they
                           move around the room, get one idea from a classmate and give one of their ideas.
                           students move around the room until they have filled all the frames on their page.
jduffie                    I am publishing the POLL Now please hit the submit button now thank you :)
DeanaConn                  Thanks for the go-go-mo explanation
jduffie                    submit now poll getting published noow thank you!
                           two good resources available from WestEd: "Making Science Accessible to English
Mardi_Gale
                           Learners" and "Making Mathematics Accessible to English Learners"
                           Thank you everyone - Thanks Mardi. SMU has webinar archives on both these
jduffie                    publications: http://www.schoolsmovingup.net/cs/smu/view/e/1105
                           http://www.schoolsmovingup.net/webinars/ellmath2
                           This study examined middle school...Do you think that scores would be higher if
Linda_Hoskins
                           SIOP was implemented in ECE?
Robert_Linquanti           ECE?
Julie_Neff_Encinas         Early childhood ed?
                           early childhood education. so often, there is research with older students, but we
Carol_Gallegos
                           need to focus on academic vocabulary and structures even in primary...
Robert_Linquanti           sorry, brain lapse!
                           It seems that we are more interested in raising scores rather than ensuring that
Ana_Diez
                           students master the skills to be successful in life and their goals.
                           THAT would be key--having SIOP lesson plans provided. That would likely get
Laura_Wilson
                           everyone on board and show them THEY can do it too
                           You may wish to view Dr. Echevarria’s archived webinar on SIOP at
schoolsmovingup_staff
                           http://www.schoolsmovingup.net/webinars/siop2
Laura_Wilson               does it include lp's?
Julie_Neff_Encinas         The book has lots of examples of high quality practices.
Julie_Neff_Encinas         It is easy to get a teachers' creative juices flowing when they read those examples.
jduffie                    SMU has done many webinars with CREATE check out our archives
                           Dr. Echevarria's webinar was conducted by SchoolsMovingUp in partnership with
schoolsmovingup_staff
                           CREATE.
Laura_Wilson               thanks, julie. i've seen that but didn't think of pulling lesson plans from those.
                           I think we should write our own lesson plans because our classes are so different
Robin_Schell
                           that one size doesn't fit all.
Laura_Wilson               i agree, Robin. Just trying to think of ways to get a reluctant staff moving on this
Julie_Neff_Encinas         exactly Robin
                           Ture, but it is also helpful to use the lesson plans as a model for teachers of good
Carol_Gallegos
                           instruction that supports multiple learners
Robin_Schell               I understand. When I do "borrow" lesson plans, I adapt them to fit my students.
                           Thank you for sharing your perspectives on the usefulness of prepared lesson
schoolsmovingup_staff
                           plans. Others who have not yet shared, please feel free to share your thoughts.
pquijada                   How effective can an intervention be if it is not school wide?

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Alexandra                  What about with early childhood students? How can the SIOP be used?
                           Our system has really been working on Differentiated Instruction. It is VERY helpful
                           training for ESL. It is all based on what you want the students to KNOW,
Robin_Schell
                           UNDERSTAND, and be able to DO, KUD's. Once you have those set, your lesson
                           sort of writes itself for each student.
                           Is it true that in some schools sheltered instruction is considered a type of program
Zina_Yzquierdo
                           (e.g., two-way immersion, transitional, etc.). Is this correct?
                           Again, how do we get teachers to the point of implementing SIOP consistently with
                           fidelity when there is a lack of affordable local expertise to train and coach?
lisa
                           Teachers seem to go through training but then still pick and choose parts that are
                           easiest to implement?
                           Thank you for your excellent questions. Please continue to share throughout section
schoolsmovingup_staff
                           4.
Maureen_Keithley           Restrictions on money and travel under current budgetary restraints.
jduffie                    We are going to publish now :)
                           We also have to grow the will to implement. I think it begins with school leaders. You
Galit                      can train many people, but if the message from the top is not clear and consistent,
                           NOTHING will happen.
TJ                         Request assistance from your Equity Center &/or Comprehensive center
Robert_Linquanti           Absolutely, Galit
Mark_Condit                Galit - you are right, it takes great leadership
                           Do teachers in your district struggle to work with English learners and English
schoolsmovingup_staff
                           proficient students in the same classroom? Click the check for yes or the X for no.
                           can you please define "sustained support" for me? I am a central office
Amy
                           adminitstrator in a tiny district. What should I do?
Amy                        ...after the training, what should I do tp support teachers?
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                           Amy - you almost have to be a Salesman, going out beating the drums, supporting
Mark_Condit
                           and encouraging them
Bob                        If SIOP just pulls together best practices and our other initiaitives then why SIOP?
Robert_Linquanti           Mark, often it starts with a small cadre to build momentum
                           Our district offers opportunities for teachers to meet together to collaborate on SIOP
wendy_mccormick            lessons. Learning and implementing together. THen reflect on how the lessons
                           went.
                           I know that's not very technical advice, but it's what I've been doing this year....like
Mark_Condit
                           the presenter is hiliting - Admin Buy-In
Joan_Palmieri              how does siop look in the co-teaching classroom
Jennifer                   Good point Bob
                           consider either coaching, if it is financially feasible, but another choice is to really
                           develop the skills in one or two teachers' rooms and then release teachers to go
Carol_Gallegos             watch and discuss, video and collaborate, and develop peer coaching and
                           collaboration. My own district is having a lot of success with those structures. That,
                           coupled with an expectation to implement.
                           Robert - I have a group of 19 that I am working with amongst a site of 85 or so....and
Mark_Condit
                           I also use chocolate HA HA
                           Bob, it's the systematic integration and use of these features that makes SIOP stand
Robert_Linquanti
                           out

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                           emphasizing that SIOP offers a structured approach for organizing best practices
lmennes
                           seems to be key.
                           It's not just about moving the lowest kids, but moving all ELLs. we have found that
                           sheltered instruction opens pathways to advanced classes. We have been using a
Galit
                           variety of approaches and are excited about beginnning to impelment SIOP. We
                           think we can make great strides in all areas.
Joan_Palmieri              how does siop look in a coteaching classroom with an esl teacher
                           Some of you have already shared about this: What programs do you use in your
schoolsmovingup_staff      school or district to encourage teachers to collaborate with one another? Please feel
                           free to share.
                           Carol - being able to have coaches is huge i think - as an extension of the message
Mark_Condit
                           being sent by admin
                           Do your schools have access to instructional coaches who go into classrooms and
schoolsmovingup_staff
                           work with teachers to improve instruction? Click the check for yes or the X for no.
                           i'm working as a coach and admin is always so happy to see us - i think we are a big
Mark_Condit
                           help to them
                           Wednesday PD time for an hour, once or twice a month you bring evidence of a
Julie_Neff_Encinas
                           lesson that was very successful and discuss what you did for it to be so
                           you have to make collaboration a priority by providing structured time on a regular
vicki
                           basis during the regular work day
Mark_Condit                collaboration is such a huge help to teachers
                           Thank you for all the great insights. The chat log, with all the ideas and resources
schoolsmovingup_staff      shared will be posted tomorrow to the web page for this webinar at
                           http://www.schoolsmovingup.net/webinars/ellsheltered
                           There is no mention of monitoring implementation by administrators in the 4 year
linda_simpson_jones
                           plan you just presented. What do you suggest?
                           "Do your schools have access to instructional coaches who go into classrooms and
schoolsmovingup_staff
                           work with teachers to improve instruction? Click the check for yes or the X for no.
Julie_Neff_Encinas         if they'll buy into it, then it is amazingly useful!
Julie_Neff_Encinas         I was at one school where no one would bring evidence when we tried it
Julie_Neff_Encinas         even when principal made it a priority
lisa                       We do not have at secondary level
                           Very few instructional coaches in our county-those that are have many
Himelda
                           responsbilities!
Laura_Santos               we have curriculum coaches, but for our district - they don't know about SIOP
                           It can be difficult when first starting to ask teachers to bring work. I have found it
Carol_Gallegos             helpful to go to a few innovators and ask them specifically to bring an artifact I have
                           seen them use in the classroom.
                           When I was teaching I had a coach who would come video tape us if we wanted.
Julie_Neff_Encinas
                           Then she'd give me the video for me to review alone first, then with her.
Robin_Schell               If our coaches know about SIOP, I am unaware of it.
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                           Yes, our instructional coaches ("teachers on special assignment") do go into schools
Laura_Wilson               and teach lessons, but it is often the ones who have the MOST NEED in serving
                           their ELL's
Laura_Wilson               the schools that have the greatest needs.
Robert_Linquanti           That sounds appropriate, Laura
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                           The evaluator needs to hold them accountable if they don't participate (establish
vicki
                           norms from the beginning)
                           Actually, we don't have coaches to help the ESL teachers. They concentrate on the
Robin_Schell
                           regular classroom teachers.
                           yes, i guess we are just "doing okay" with serving our ELL's, so we aren't getting that
Laura_Wilson
                           much access to our TOSA's. they are incredibly overworked
Julie_Neff_Encinas         I agree, Vicki! but I wasn't the admin.
                           There is a lack of secondar teachers willing to build/develop the kind of expertise in
lisa
                           EL instruction to become coaches of others
Victoria                   @Robin, don't the regular classrooms have ELs?
                           It's great to hear from you all about what is happening in schools and classrooms
schoolsmovingup_staff
                           across the country. Thank you for sharing.
Claudia_Delgadillo         Lisa, I totally agree and have the same issue with your comment
Julie_Neff_Encinas         Regardless of the intervention, implementation fidelity is the key to gains!
                           i clicked no because it is not the norm - the schools were i'm working are getting
Mark_Condit
                           DAIT or QEIA monies that they can devote to their improvement plan
Robin_Schell               Victoria, yes they do, but the coaches don't have the expertise in working with them.
Laura_Wilson               I clicked no because I feel like most PD in my district is a one-shot deal
jduffie                    Thank you Amy and thaks everyone for sharing
Victoria                   @Robin, sounds like the coaches lack appropriate support
Robin_Schell               Yes, I believe you're right.
Joan_Palmieri              where can i find the 30 features of siop
Julie_Neff_Encinas         in the book
                           The 30 features of SIOP are in the SIOP Features and Components handout,
schoolsmovingup_staff      downloadable from the web page for the webinar at
                           http://www.schoolsmovingup.net/webinars/ellsheltered
                           The 30 feautres are in the book and a short list of them is as a hodnout on the
jduffie
                           website http://www.schoolsmovingup.net/webinars/ellsheltered
                           Emailed in: "I have resistant secondary content teachers on my staff and would
schoolsmovingup_staff
                           appreciate some insights on motivation and implementation strategies. Thanks!"
Laura_Wilson               does anyone know which school she means in Arlington, VA? (used to live there)
                           If you need to leave early, please fill out our survey at
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                           http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/7X8LMNP Thank you for participating!
Julie_Neff_Encinas         Once it is working for your students, you keep doing it!
                           We would like to invite you to the next webinar in this series on English language
schoolsmovingup_staff      development for grades 6-12, at http://www.schoolsmovingup.net/webinars/ell6-12
                           on Wed., Feb. 9th.
lisa                       Are any of teh Calif. "SIOP" teachers in your research from Ventura county?
Zina_Yzquierdo             Still unclear about the difference between SDAIE and sheltered instruction?
                           Thank you for all coming today we about to publish the poll now can you please
jduffie
                           submit your questions now :)
TJ                         plz post again the site for slides
jduffie                    The archive and slides are at http://www.schoolsmovingup.net/webinars/ellsheltered
schoolsmovingup_staff      Slides are avail. at http://www.schoolsmovingup.net/webinars/ellsheltered .
Bob                        I like that, Robert: it's not called a protocol for nothing.
Julie_Neff_Encinas         AMEN to global view!

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                           Thanks for making the connection to world language. Few make this connection as
Jan
                           if we lived and taught in separate worlds.
Himelda                    Thank you - great information!




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