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									WHAT IS “SCAFFOLDED ELD”




        AND
  HOW WILL I KNOW IT
    WHEN I SEE IT?
    Presented By:

      Jean Hernandez
   1095 JADESTONE LANE
CORONA, CALIFORNIA 92882
      (951) 272-0034
 jeanmhernandez@gmail.com
FUNCTION           ELEMENTS OF
                  SCAFFOLDED ELD

           FORM

                     FLUENCY
    Scaffolded ELD
                        THE
                    VOCABULARY

  THE
LESSON
 PLAN



                      THE
                     FORMS

           THE
         FUNCTION
   ELD “Look For” #1

           In a
 Scaffolded ELD Lesson,
      you will see…
         a clear
LANGUAGE OBJECTIVE
SAMPLE LANGUAGE OBJECTIVE
STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO (Language Function)
     USING (Grammar Form) …..

Students will be able to: make predictions
                          describe objects
                          sequence events
 Using: future progressive tense
        comparative adjectives
         adverbs
  The Language Objective
                   Language
                   FUNCTION




                   Desired
Grammar            Language
FORMS              Result
LANGUAGE FUNCTIONS
   Give a reason to use language
   Are used in both academic & social
    discourse
   Can develop higher level thinking
   Are embedded in reading/language arts
    and other subject areas
   Are used at every language level
SAMPLE LANGUAGE
   FUNCTIONS
     ELD “Look For” #2

 In a Scaffolded ELD Lesson, you
             will see …

             One of the
 targeted standards/grammar form
(from the ELD Standards) specific to
  the language level of the students
       GRAMMAR FORMS
   Are taken from the ELD Standards
   Use: verbs, nouns, pronouns, adjectives,
    adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, etc.
   Include targeted vocabulary terms
   Are different for each language level
   Progress in complexity
   Guide instruction
     (especially at the higher language levels)
SAMPLE Grammar Forms
ELD Standards
Level Three : Regular and irregular past tense verbs
              and past participles
                               More GRAMMAR FORMS
ELD Standards
Level Four: Conditional Form
                                ELD Standards
                                Level Three: Possessive Nouns
            GRAMMAR FORM
     USED AS AN ASSESSMENT
ELD Standards
Level Three : Compound Sentences
USING GRAMMAR FORM TO
PRACTICE ORAL LANGUAGE
ELD Standards
Level Two: Past Progressive
   ELD “Look For” #3

In a Scaffolded ELD Lesson,
       you will see …
      students provided with
many opportunities to attain
      fluency through
 oral language activities.
  ADEQUATE ORAL LANGAUGE
 PRACTICE IS ACHIEVED WHEN -
  STUDENT TALK
IS GREATER THAN
  TEACHER TALK
  SAMPLE
   ORAL
LANGUAGE
 PRACTICE
ACTIVITIES
Think, pair,
   share
INSIDE-OUTSIDE
    CIRCLES
      Roundtable
Groups – Talking Stick &
     Sharing Hand
CONGA LINE
ECHO TALK
Paying attention to sounds
Using multiple modalities
         WALKING THROUGH A
       SCAFFOLDED ELD LESSON
                STEP
         BY

STEP
INSTRUCTIONAL STEPS
      1. I DO IT!
         (Model)

2. WE DO IT!
   (Together)

        3. YOU DO IT!
       (Independently)
  TEACHER MODELING GRAMMAR FORM
       WITH NEW VOCABULARY




                          TEACHER
                          MODELS




First:   “I Do It”
                     STUDENTS
                     PRACTICE
                       WITH
                     TEACHER




NEXT:   “We Do It”
                STUDENTS
                PRACTICE
                INDEPENDENTLY




THEN:   “You Do It”
First:   “I Do It”
NEXT:   “We Do It”
THEN:   “You Do It”
I CAN DO THIS BY MYSELF!
             RECIPE FOR
           SCAFFOLDED ELD
FIRST- Group students & instruction
       by language level

NEXT - Explicitly teach the language needed
       to increase proficiency (Teach one step
       above students’ current language level)

THEN - Practice the language until it becomes
       fluent, automatic & natural
       (Remember Oral Fluency!)
Assessing Your ELD Lesson:

What NEW Language
     did Students
 Learn and Produce
   in This Lesson?
         FROM ORAL LANGUAGE TO WRITING –
         YES, THERE REALLY IS TRANSFER!




Grade 2, Level 3

								
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