SIOP With a Splash

Welcome to SIOP with a SPLASH!
WABE Conference: May 2012
Melissa Singletary with Selah School District
[email protected]
• Selah’s homepage:
• Teaching and Learning
Key Outcomes:
8 Components of SIOP
SIOP Acronym
Sheltered Instruction/ Cooperative Learning
Recommended Resources
What is SIOP?
• SIOP is an instructional framework that
consists of 8 components and 30 features
• It has a Pre K-grade 12 focus.
• Includes a protocol so teachers can strive for
effective teaching in all areas as well as reflect.
• SIOP is well known for it’s effectiveness with
ELLs but its components are just simple, good
quality teaching!
Sheltered Instruction in Selah
ESD 105 Building Team: SIOP, GLAD Tier 1 & 2
Building SIOP trainings
District K-4 trainings: certified and classified
District K-12 trainings
Trained SIOP Teams per building K-12
Building Focus- SIOP 2 and 3: model/learn,
plan, use, share
• Team planning to differentiate the core and
include SIOP/GLAD strategies
Conga Line
1. Make 2 lines facing each other
2. Assign something to review/discuss
3. Pairs share until the music begins
4. One line dances in place and the other moves down
a few places-misplaced people conga down the line
to find their new partner
• Use sentence frames
*Mingle Monday- fluently read revised writing (1st)
Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol
Make a house with your arms
Scoop with your arms and then bring them to your head
Lookout over forehead
Pretend to complete a checklist
SIOP Motto
ESD 105
Teach to the high,
support the low
and scaffold all the way up
Instruction that
SIOP has 8 Components:
#1 Lesson Preparation
#2 Building Background Knowledge
#3 Comprehensible Input
#4 Strategies
#5 Interaction
#6 Practice and Application
#7 Lesson Delivery
#8 Review and Assessment
#1 Lesson Preparation
• Content Objectives (the What)
• Language Objective (the How)
• Content Concepts (Curriculum)
• Supplementary Materials
• Adaptation of Content
• Meaningful Activities
Content / Language
• Content Objectives: (GLE’s) What
students need to learn
• Language Objectives: How to show that
learning has taken place (reading,
writing, listening, speaking)
#2 Building Background
• Concepts Explicitly Linked
• Links Explicitly Made
• Key Vocabulary
Find Someone
1. Assign a question for students to discuss
2. Provide time for students to process
3. Ask students to “find someone” with the
same characteristic. For example: Sole
4. Students find their partner “mate” and share
*Make a list and put in a can for easy use
#3 Comprehensible Input
• Speech
• Clear Expectations
• A Variety of Techniques
Fact and Opinion Cadence- Use with Read Naturally
Facts and opinions are really neat
They help us understand what we read
Facts are true and can be proven
Opinions are what you think or believe in
Sound off:
Sound off:
Sound off:
1, 2, 3, 4
Facts are true and can be proven
Sound off:
Sound off:
Sound off:
1, 2, 3, 4
Facts are true and can be proven
1, 2, 3, 4
Facts are names
Facts are dates
Facts are numbers
Opinions are what you think or believe in
Opinions are feelings
Opinions are changeable
Opinions are unprovable
Opinions are what you think or believe in
#4 Strategies
• Learning Strategies
• Scaffolding Techniques
• Questions or Tasks that Promote HigherOrder Thinking Skills
1. Assign a text to be read
2. Break it into as many parts as members in
the group
3. Assign each group member one part to read
4. Provide time to read
5. Group members share what they read
*Process grid, graphic organizer
#5 Interaction
• Interaction
• Grouping Configuration
• Wait Time for Student Responses
• Clarify Key Concepts in L1 (students
primary or first language)
Graffiti Write/ Jump N Jot
1. Break the class into groups
2. Assign a topic or question
3. Provide time to process/think
4. Give each group a poster and a set of pens- one
different color per student
5. Have students respond to your question in pictures,
words, phrases or sentences- all write on the same
poster paper
*Can be a review, formative assessment or summative
The goal is for all
students to be
engaged 90% of
the time!
#6 Practice and Application
• Hands-on Materials and Manipulatives
• Apply Content and Language Knowledge
• Language Skills
Anchor Charts
GLAD Pictorial Input Chart
GLAD Process Grid
Graphic Organizers
Pinterest: Anchor Charts- modify
Color Code
Brain Imprinting
Resource to refer to over time (add)
*Pair with a chant
#7 Lesson Delivery
• Student Engagement
• Lesson Pacing
The 5-2-1 Model
5 = Teacher Talk
2 = Process Time
1 = Student Share Time
For older students/
GLAD method: 10-2
#8 Review and Assessment
• Review of Key Vocabulary
• Review of Key Content Concepts
• Feedback
• Assessment of Student Comprehension and
Stay and Stray
1. Put students into groups of 3 to 5 people in different areas of
the classroom
2. Provide a question that students know a lot about (different
question per group)
3. Give them time to think and share aloud within their group
4. Have the group generate a poster with words, pictures,
phrases and/or sentences that capture key information about
that question. Each person needs to be involved in making
and being able to explain the content.
5. Randomly assign one person to “stay” and share the groups’
work as the rest of the members and groups rotate or “stray”
6. Repeat rotation- the person who stays this time may be a new
person or the previous one…
*Works nicely with “numbered heads”
Kagan Cooperative Learning
Dr. Spencer Kagan & Miguel Kagan (All Grades)
The book that started it all—is all NEW! Why would the Kagans completely revise
and revamp a classic that has sold nearly half a million copies? The answer: So
much has changed! Cooperative Learning today is different. This new book
presents today's most successful cooperative learning methods. The Kagans make
it easier than ever to boost engagement and achievement. You'll still find all the
practical and proven Kagan Structures, including Numbered Heads Together,
RoundTable, and Three-Step Interview—direct from the man who invented
cooperative learning structures. And there's still plenty of ready-to-do
teambuilding and classbuilding activities to make your class click. But in this
expanded edition, you will find new step-by-step structures, hundreds of helpful
management tips, many more teacher-friendly activities and forms, and up-todate research on proven methods. You hear how schools have used Kagan
Cooperative Learning to boost academics, close the achievement gap, improve
student relations, and create a more kind and caring school community. After
decades of training and working with hundreds of thousands of teachers, Kagan
has refined and perfected the most widely used and respected form of cooperative
learning ever. The Kagans make it easy for you to dramatically increase
engagement and achievement in your class! 480 pages. BKCL • $44
• Making Content Comprehensible for English Learners: The
SIOP Model, 3rd Edition
• By Jana J. Echevarria, MaryEllen Vogt, Deborah J. Short
• Pub. Date: Apr 25, 2007 by Allyn & Bacon.
• ISBN-10: 0-205-51886-9
• ISBN-13: 978-0-205-51886-9
• List Price: $55.99
*SIOP books for different grade bands and
content areas
For a more in-depth and formal training please attend a
Pearson SIOP training
Key Outcomes:
8 Components of SIOP
SIOP Acronym
Sheltered Instruction/ Cooperative Learning
Recommended Resources

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