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The component of Lesson Delivery is closely related to
. Lesson Delivery is all about holding true to the objectives of the lesson (
SIOP Feature 23
SIOP Feature 24
), Engaging the Students (
SIOP Feature 25
), and Appropriate Pacing (
SIOP Feature 26
) of the lesson based on student needs.
SIOP Feature #23: Content Objectives Clearly Supported by Lesson Delivery
Content objectives must be stated orally and displayed
Written, student-friendly objectives provide focus to the lesson
Allow students to know the direction of the lesson
Can evaluate the extent to which lesson delivery supported objectives
SIOP Feature #24: Language Objectives Clearly Supported by Lesson Delivery
Objectives may be related to: an ESL standard or the teacher's scope and sequence of language skills that their own students need to develop
Teacher needs to address objective explicitly during instruction
Meeting Content and Language Objectives
A SIOP lesson is effective when it meets its objectives
Objectives should be noticeable throughout
Should always be reviewed at the end
A SIOP coach or fellow teacher can help in writing student-friendly objectives
The presence of objectives can discipline the pace of the lesson
The investment in writing and teaching good objectives pays off in student achievement
SIOP Feature #25: Students Engaged Approximately 90% to 100% of the Period
How to know students are engaged: following the lesson, responding to teacher direction, and performing activities as expected
ELLs can least afford to have valuable time squandered through off-task behaviors. Most effective teachers minimize these behaviors and maximize time spent actively engaged in instruction.
Three aspects to student engagement:
- decisions teachers make regarding the amount of time to spend studying a topic and a given academic task
- the time students are actively participating in instruction during the time allocated
Academic learning time
- focuses on students' time-on-task when the task is related to the materials they will be tested on
SIOP Feature #26: Pacing of the Lesson Appropriate to Students' Ability Levels
Pacing - the rate at which information is presented during a lesson
Pace depends on nature of content and students' background knowledge
Finding an appropriate pace requires practice but gets easier as teachers understand their students' skills
Group Response Techniques
Thumbs Up/ Thumbs Down
Note Cards - math signs, editing symbols, #1 or #2 vocabulary, etc.
Hand Signals - 1 or 2 fingers, sign language (e.g. "r" for reptile, "m" for mammal)
Text messaging poll for multiple choice questions
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The final component is
Review and Assessment
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