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  2. 2. 3 bit.ly/bi4mlpetaluma
  3. 3. # Martin Cisneros @TheTechProfe4 Do you have English Language Learners?
  4. 4. # Martin Cisneros @TheTechProfe5 When did you realize you needed different strategies?
  5. 5. 6 NoNot That Type of
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  7. 7. M artin Ricardo Cisneros EducationalInnovative Specialist @ TheTechProfe
  8. 8. 9 How did I get here?How did I get here?
  9. 9. # Martin Cisneros @TheTechProfe10
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  13. 13. # Martin Cisneros @TheTechProfe15 ESL Ghetto
  14. 14. The History
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  21. 21. EXTRA!
  22. 22. What if the world was like HS Spanish Class of our time?
  23. 23. ESL Ghetto
  24. 24. Source: goo.gl/SWDKEp
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  26. 26. CriticalVerbs CriticalNouns Source: goo.gl/9U08PX
  27. 27. CriticalVerbs CriticalNouns Source: goo.gl/9U08PX
  28. 28. COMMON CORE & ELD STANDARDS WHERE ARE WE?
  29. 29. Interpretive Productive Collaborative Part I: Interacting in Meaningful Ways Part II: Learning About How English Works Connecting & Condensing Ideas Expanding & Enriching Ideas Structuring Cohesive Text Part III: Using Foundational Literacy Native Language Emerging Expanding Bridging California ELD Standards
  30. 30. How is it Different Than What We did Before? 47
  31. 31. The Big Shift FROM Separate , self contained Sequential, set of rules, grammar based Grade span Simplied text - content after English Integrated with academic content: both integrated & designated Spiraling, social, meaning and context based Grade level Complex text - content doesnt wait for English TO
  32. 32. Three Components of what ELLs Need Access to Content Visuals TPR Total Physical Response Relia Labeling Repetition, review SDAIE - Specially Design Academic Instruction in English Language to Participate & Process How English Works Language Functions Graphic Organizers Differentiated Sentence Frames Designated ELD Oral Practice Explicit Instruction Contrastive analysis Unpacking
  33. 33. Math Social Studies Langage Arts Science ELD Separate Self - contained Program dened Minutes dened ELD/ESL Sequential Grammar & Rules Based How we were doing ELD & Content Teach English Access to Curriculum AM RU TS I C
  34. 34. Language Science 2010 Common Core ELA Adopted Math Social Studies Langage Arts Language is central to all academic areas AM RU TS I C
  35. 35. Integrated ELD AM RU TS I C Science Integrated & Designated ELD* Math Social Studies Langage Arts *PernewCAELDStandardsandELA/ELDFramework Designated ELD Integrated ELD
  36. 36. What are the language demands for accessing and participating in this content? Integrated ELD is provided to ELs throughout the school day and across all subjects by all teachers of ELs. The CA ELD Standards are use in tandem with the CA CCSS for ELA/Literacy and other current standards to ensure students strengthen their abilities to use English as they simultaneously learn content through English.
  37. 37. # Martin Cisneros @TheTechProfe55 Lesson Design
  38. 38. It can be like your 1st day as a teacher :-)
  39. 39. BEGIN WITH What are we teaching? What analytic task are we asking students to do? What is the CONTEXT for using language? What is the NEED & PURPOSE for using language?
  40. 40. For All Students Task Subject Language Resources What do you want your students to do? What is the Content they are engaging with? What language resources do they need in order to do the task with this content?
  41. 41. Students will deliver an oral presentation on how force effects the motion of an object using the language of cause and effect and academic vocabulary.
  42. 42. Scaolding Scaffolding does not change the intellectual challenge of the task, but instead allows the learners to successfully participate in or complete the task in order to build the knowledge and skills to be able to perform similar tasks independently in the future.
  43. 43. Task Subject Language Resources What do you want your students to do? What is the Content they are engaging with? What is the What language Resources do they Need in order to do the task with this content? ELD Standards Part 1 Interacting in meaningful ways Content standards & language functions ELD Standards Part 2 How English works
  44. 44. Find the ELD Standards
  45. 45. Look in the ELD standards Part I (Interacting in Meaningful Ways") to nd the type of INTERACTION this task requires writing, listening actively, exchanging ideas and information, interacting with others, offering opinions, reading closely, presenting, selecting and applying precise vocabulary and language structures Find the ELD Standards
  46. 46. Look in the ELD Standards Part II (How English Works) to locate the aspects of language students will need to carry out this task Understanding text structure and cohesion, using verbs and verb phrases, using nouns and noun phrases, modifying to add details, connecting ideas and condensing ideas * Note the suggested scaffolds and modications by English prociency level Find the ELD Standards
  47. 47. Example Students will deliver an oral presentation on how force effects the motion of an object using the language of cause and effect and academic vocabulary. ELD Standard Part 1.C.9 Interacting in Meaningful Ways, Productive Language, Presenting ** ELD Standards Part II, B 3, 4 and 5 Learning about how English works, expanding and enriching ideas, verbs, nouns and modifying to add details. Example
  48. 48. Add the ELD standards then delineate how to differentiate by ELL Levels Task Subject Language Resources Scaffolds + + + Scaffolds might include: using visuals or manipulative, charts and graphic organizers, sentence frames and supports and sentence starters, working in pairs or small groups, with teacher support and prompting, gestures nd drawing, briefness or extendedness of product The ELD stadnards provide a continuum of supports and scaffolds that will help with this!
  49. 49. Example of differentiated language objective with scaffolds specied * My Emerging Level ELL students..... will deliver a brief oral presentation as part of a small group using a collaboratively developed poster on how force effects the motion of an object using a basic _____because_____ cause and effect frame and academic vocabulary.
  50. 50. Example of differentiated language objective with scaffolds specied Students will deliver an oral presentation on how force effects the motion of an object using the language of cause and effect and academic vocabulary. * My Emerging Level ELL students..... will deliver a brief oral presentation as part of a small group using a collaboratively developed poster on how force effects the motion of an object using a basic _____because_____ cause and effect frame and academic vocabulary. All Students Ell Students
  51. 51. Draw and Label (pictorials) Shared research projects Graphic organizers Cooperative writing and editing Structured oral interaction & collaborative conversations Interactive dialogic read alouds Narrative retell Structured team tasks Content based chants Barrier Games Vocabulary in Context Researcher centers with hands-on materials Visuals Total Physical Response And more @ TheTechProfe
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  53. 53. Draw and Label (pictorials) Shared research projects Graphic organizers Cooperative writing and editing Structured oral interaction & collaborative conversations Interactive dialogic read alouds Narrative retell Structured team tasks Content based chants Barrier Games Vocabulary in Context Researcher centers with hands-on materials Visuals Total Physical Response And more @ TheTechProfe
  54. 54. goo.gl/kZPRUv
  55. 55. bit.ly/mtv4ml http://bit.ly/MTV4ML
  56. 56. goo.gl/jLly blabberize.com
  57. 57. goo.gl/GCt2Dn goo.gl/9V74HX goo.gl/NkyaTi
  58. 58. 81 Unhelpful Providing Lengthy explanations without visual clues or relia Calling only on selected individuals to announce correct answers to entire class Providing only one way to respond to questions BEGINNING ELLS
  59. 59. 82 HELPFUL Showing visual and real objects that give clues about instruction Providing short, targeted instruction followed by active responses Using small group sharing to rehearse answers before raising hands to address the entire class BEGINNING ELLS
  60. 60. 83 AWWAPP.COM
  61. 61. 84 AutoDraw Google's AutoDraw tool uses artificial intelligence to help turn your doodles into awesome art. autodraw.com autodraw.com
  62. 62. 85 Google Translate App
  63. 63. Martin Cisneros is a great teacher
  64. 64. said his mother
  65. 65. What else?
  66. 66. Augment Your Sc hool Environment Practical Ways to Transform Your Physical Library Space with an Overlay of the Digital World Martin Cisneros Academic Technology Specialist@TheTechProfe Get The Preso bit.ly/arlc2015 @TheTechProfe
  67. 67. Santa Clara County Office of Education The best way of explaining it is to just SHOW IT
  68. 68. 93 UNHELPFUL Calling for a one word choral responses to questions Neglecting writing opportunities because students struggle with spelling grammar and punctuation Accepting only error free writing
  69. 69. 94 HELPFUL Beginning lessons on any topic with meaningful vocabulary instruction Providing opportunities to develop total uency with language games Providing response boards for students to write answ

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