RAFT: SIOP Lesson Plan for a Third Grade Writing/Language Arts ELL Class (Proficiency Level II Intermediate)
Instructions: Submitt the draft of your SIOP lesson plan. Present the draft in a formal, APA-style paper, using word processing software. Create a detailed SIOP lesson plan as a component of your teamas unit, using the format below: (Figure B-1 SIOP Lesson Plan Outline) of Making Content Comprehensible for English Learners. The lesson plan must include an authentic assessment tool, consistent with SIOP. Possible tools can be: observation checklist, rubrics, and self-assessments. Clarification: For this assignment you will use the SIOP lesson plan located on page 213 in your textbook (see below).
Proposal for Lesson Plan:
Students will create a visual presentation of a short story interpretation using Photo Story 3 and Tableau vivantmethod. The interpretation will be based on study of a variety of short autobiographical stories.
Proposed Assessments for Lesson Plan: Visual Presentation and Interpretation
Informal. The students will be producing a tableau based on a short story and document it. Small groups will be assigned a short story to read and interpret. A series of tableaus will be created by the students to interpret the story.
Formal. Final product should have 4 to 8 images and be between 2 and 4 minutes long. Slow readers will practice recorded reading and students will journal about their experience.
Theme: Autobiographical Writing, Personal Narrative
Standards should be Arizona Content Standards: Subject: Writing/Language Arts
Proficiency: ELL II Intermediate
The most important thing to remember when you create these lesson plans
is that you must incorporate the principles o:f sheltered instruction into
your lcsson plan. Ibis lesson plan should n d look just like a. lesson plan
creatcd for a class of native English speakcrs. SIOPshould be evident
Here are a sample lesson plan template below:
SIOPA® Lesson Plan Template 2
(Language and content objectives, comprehensible input, strategies, interaction, feedback)
PRACTICE AND APPLICATION:
(Meaningful activities, interaction, strategies, practice and application, feedback)
REVIEW AND ASSESSMENT:
(Review objectives and vocabulary, assess learning)