NCSIOP Reunion language objectives by 6BH2D9


									        NC SIOP Reunion :
   Making Sheltered Instruction

Joanne Marino, NC DPI ESL/Title III Consultant

           Our focus today…
1) Literacy instruction in the
   sheltered classroom
2) Implementation of the SIOP
   model – successes/concerns
3) Overview of the SIOP model
4) Language Objectives
5) Simplified English
Part 3: Overview of the SIOP
•   Lesson Preparation
•   Building Background
•   Comprehensible Input
•   Lesson Delivery
•   Learning Strategies
•   Interaction
•   Practice and Application
•   Review / Assessment
Part 4: Language Objectives:

   What do they look like?
   Why are they necessary?
    Sheltered Instruction
               •Safe place
     from the language demands of
mainstream instruction which is beyond the
   comprehension of English language
57% of adolescent LEP students
     were born in the US

            Short, D and Fitzsimmons, S. (2007) Double the Work, Alliance for
            Excellent Education, Carnegie Corporation, New York.
       The Literacy Challenge
• 30% of all secondary students (6-12) read
• 11% of secondary Hispanic students read at
  grade level
• 14% of secondary of Afro-American students
  read at grade level
• 4% of 8th-grade LEP students scored proficient
  on the reading part of the National Assessment
  for Educational Progress.
                         Short, D and Fitzsimmons, S. (2007) Double the Work,
                         Alliance for Excellent Education, Carnegie Corporation,
                         New York.
           Why COLLABORATION?
What if the new exit standards applied to LEP
 students who took the EOCs in 2005-2006?
                           % of LEP Students # of EOC Retakes
                           NOT PROFICIENT by LEP Students
English 1                  55.3%            2117
Algebra 1                  35.7%            1306
Biology                    73.2%            1905
Civics & Ec 80.9%                           2140
US History                 75.8%            1328
  Source: NC DPI Testing
Ma and Pa Kettle

   Math Lesson
Content       Language

What is the relationship?
Language Acquisition: An
Interdependent Process
  Teach Content and Language
• Link literacy instruction with content
  – Relevant

• Develop academic language
  – Vocabulary
  – Sentence patterns
  – Learning strategies
     Language Objectives are
language demands of the content class
 Language functions /school language
  (define, describe, explain, classify, compare,
  summarize, …)

 Academic vocabulary (discipline-specific, word

 Language structures (questions, past tense, writing
  a sentence, writing a paragraph).
Language Objectives answer the

 “What language do students
 need to complete the assigned
                              text type

           cause and effect
Language Objectives answer the
“Where are the learners relative to
  the language expectations?”
         novice        some experience

“What strategies will help make this
       language accessible?”

                  use of
  Language objectives are
embedded in content objectives

     To determine the language
    objective consider the content
   objective or the task assigned to
     master the content objective
                     Math / Grade 3
     1.01 Develop number sense for
             whole numbers
          c. Compare and order
                                     number sense for whole numbers
Language: vocabulary & patterns
•   greater, greatest
•   less, least
•   equal to
•   x is {greater / less } than y.
•   x is the {greatest / least} number in the series.
•   x is equal to y.
• CONTENT               • LANGUAGE
1. Order numbers from   Explain to a partner why
   least to greatest.     your statements are
2. Use <, >, or = to      true using a number
   make each sentence     line. Use these
   true.                  sentence patterns:
                        • x is {greater / less }
                          than y.
                        • x is equal to y.
               Science / Grade 7
       4.07 Explain the effects of
       environmental influences
    (smoking, alcohol, drugs, diet) on
             human health
                                                Effects of environment
Language: vocabulary & patterns
•   One consequence of ________is ____________
•   _______ leads to/causes _____________.
•   _______ increases the risk of ______________.
•   ______ are more likely to ___________ than
Content Objective: Explain the effects of
smoking on human health.

Language Objectives:
• Explain to a partner the effects of smoking.
    One consequence of smoking is ___________.
    Smoking leads to _____________.
    Smoking causes _____________.
    Smoking increases the risk of _____________.
    Smokers are more likely to ___________ than
• In the reading, highlight the effects of smoking.
  Social Studies / Grade 8
  2.01 Trace the events leading up
    to the Revolutionary War and
  evaluate their relative significance
       in the onset of hostilities.

Language: vocabulary & patterns   Revolutionary War
• sequence
• cause & effect
• evaluate
      CONTENT                  LANGUAGE
•   Complete a timeline   • In the reading,
    listing the events      highlight the colonial
    leading up to the       action in blue and the
    Revolutionary War.      British reaction in red.
                          • Explain to a partner
                            your timeline. Use the
                            words first, second,
                            then to show
      CONTENT                  LANGUAGE
•   Select the 3 most    • In writing, summarize the
    significant events     3 most significant events
    which led to the       which led to war.
    Revolutionary War.      _______ was the most
                             significant event because
                            The significance of
                             _____cannot be
                             overstated. It _________.
                            ________ was also
                             significant because
         Visual Arts / Grade 8
     5.03 Compare and contrast
    relationships of works of art to
        one another in terms of
        history, aesthetics, and
        cultural/ethnic groups.
Language: vocabulary & patterns             Works of art
•   X is ______ while y is _________.
•   X is different from y in that _______
•   Both x and y are __________________.
•   X is more _____________ than y.
            Content Objective:
     Compare Medieval and Renaissance

             Language Objective:
    Write an art critique using comparative
              sentence structures.

•   X is ______ while y is _________.
•   X is different from y in that _______
•   Both x and y are __________________.
•   X is more _____________ than y.
    2.02 Investigate and describe the
    structure and functions of cells…

                                                 cells: structure
Language: vocabulary & patterns                         function
•   The _____ consists of ___________.
•   The ____ is made up of __________________.
•   The _____ includes the _______________.
•   The function of the _____ is to _________.
•   The _____ serves to ___________.
•   The _____ acts/serves as a ___________.
Content Objective: Identify the structure
of a cell.

Language Objectives:
• Explain to a partner the structure of a cell.
    The _____ consists of ___________.
    The ____ is made up of __________________.
    The _____ includes the _______________.
• Label cell parts on a diagram.
• Complete a cloze text describing the structure of a
Content Objective:
Compare the structure of an animal cell with the
structure of a plant cell.

Language Objective:
Describe the structure of plant and animal cells to a
 partner using the comparative form.
   Both plant cells and animal cells contain _______.
   A plant cell contains a nucleus. An animal cell also contains a
   Plant cells contain vacuoles, whereas animal cells often do not have
   Plant cells contain vacuoles. Animal cells, however, often do not
    have vacuoles.
Verbs for Language Objectives
          Read with a partner…….
   Identify Content and
   Language Objectives

             Matching Activity
• Pair content and language objectives
• Name what the student will do and
how it will be done
     Write Language Objectives
Grade 6 Math: 5.03: Solve simple (one- and
   two-step) equations or inequalities.

Content Objective:    Solve two-step
                      equations (3x-10=14)
Language Objective:
 Possible Language Objectives
1. Explain to a partner how to solve two-step
   equations. Use key vocabulary: first,
   second, then, combine like terms, isolate
   the variable, inverse operations.
2. Use commands to state the steps in solving
   two-step equations as your partner does
3. Write in your journal how to isolate the
   variable in a two-step equation.
  Create a sample of
 language objectives
Identify objective’s components
Isolate key vocabulary and sentence
Incorporate 4 language skills: RWLS
        Maria might say
“Fast food does bad stuff to you.”
Guide students to use scientific
“ Research indicates that a diet of fast food
  can have negative impacts on a person’s
  physical and mental health including
  weight gain, skin problems, and mood
Keep the End in Mind!

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