The SIOP model
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SubjectEffective teaching---Research---Guidebooks.; English language--Study and Teaching--Foreign speakers.; Language arts teachers--Training of.; Sheltered Instruction Observation; Integrated classroom setting
This curriculum project synthesizes the Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol (SIOP) model by unifying the curriculum for the subjects of English Language Arts (ELA), mathematics, science, and social studies. Notwithstanding, this project unifies the SIOP model by simplifying the English as a New Learner (ENL) teacher role, the SIOP model's pedagogical approach; as well as, it provides ENL teachers with charts and teaching materials to give helpful reminders of tiered language, scaffolds, Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS), and the proper roles of teaching whenever engaging ELLs within an integrated classroom setting. Thus, the Results of this curriculum project produced the guidebook ˗ The SIOP model: Uniformity of components, features, and other translanguaging strategies ˗ in order to give ENL teachers of New York State (NYS) a one-way implementation of the SIOP model across the curriculum for schools to have a means to understand, implement, and quickly access the SIOP model's precepts and concepts in order to simplify and unify instruction for ELLs while utilizing this popular English as a Second Language (ESL) program of instruction. [from author's abstract]
1 online resource (v, 96 pages) : ǂb illustrations.
- Master's Projects 
PublisherState University of New York College at Fredonia
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