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Empowering ELLs with Sentence Frames: Accountable Lessons That Will Ignite Learning Tex. TESOL Houston, TX November 15, 2013 Rosemary Anthony and Dana Dorsett Katy ISD
Intro – bio slide Rosemary Anthony - I enjoy working with students and discovering innovative ways to make learning experiences meaningful and authentic for my students. I have been in education since 1999 and I currently teach 6 th, 7 th, and 8 th grade ESL in Katy ISD. Dana Dorsett- I have been in education since 1993. My areas of specialization are Reading, English, Math, GT, and ESL and am currently teaching reading and English to grades 6, 7, & 8 in Katy ISD.
What Does Research Say? Using Sentence Frames to Develop Academic Vocabulary for English Learners Written by Donnelly Structuring Talk: Ensuring Academic Talk Matters Written by Fey Do Current ELL Standards Meet the English Needs of Our Students? Written by Bailey and Huang
Voicethread A website where teachers and students explore, share, collaborate and comment on visual media. Teachers upload images or video using their accounts. They post comments to prompt students in one of three ways: by typing text, recording their voice, or recording video. Students also have their own accounts and can add comments from school or home and create their own Voice. Threads to share with others. http: //voicethread. com/
Voice. Thread - http: //voicethread. com/
Kidblog is a safe and simple blogging platform for students. Kidblog gives teachers the ability to monitor and control all publishing. There is no email address required. www. kidblog. com
Using Sentence Frames in All Content Areas Use Sentence Frames…. . At the beginning of lessons to check for prior knowledge before teaching In the middle of lessons to check for understanding as you teach At the end of lessons to assess learning
Math Sentence Frame Example Prior Knowledge Sentence Frames A graph is ………………. . An example of a graph is …………. . . A type of graph is …………. . Checking for Understanding A similarity between a bar and a circle graph is…………. . A difference between a bar and a circle graph is………… Assessing Learning It is best to represent data on a circle graph when………
Sentence Frames and Pop Music I've never seen a diamond in the flesh I cut my teeth on wedding rings in the movies And I'm not proud of my address In the torn up town, no post code envy But every song's like: Gold teeth Grey Goose Tripping in the bathroom Bloodstains Ball gowns Trashing the hotel room We don't care, we're driving Cadillacs in our dreams (continued)…….
Sentence Frames and Pop Music But everybody's like: Crystal Maybach Diamonds on your timepiece Jet planes Islands Tigers on a gold leash We don't care, we aren't caught up in your love affair Royals sung by Lorde
QR Code Stations can excite and engage students and increase student learning by increasing interest. QR Code Stations is a kinesthetic activity which gets students out of their seats and learning at the same time. Students will need internet access, electronic device, downloaded QR scanner, and QR codes.
QR Code Stations Students walk around the classroom with electronic device and scan the QR code. After viewing video, document, or webpage, etc. to which the QR Code is linked to, students may have a worksheet, activity, or project to complete using sentence frames.
QR Code Stations QR Code poster
QR Code Station Sentence Frames 1. Discuss with a partner one characteristic you notice about the article ‘Into The Deep’. One characteristic of the article ‘Into The Deep’ is Then write the response with the sentence frame provided. _____________________________. 2. What does the title reveal? 3. What is the importance of the subheading in the article “Into the Deep’? 4. What is the job of map? The title reveals _____________________. The subheading is important because ____________. The map in the article helps the reader by __________. 5. What does the caption in the first picture The caption under the first picture helps the reader to help the reader to conclude? conclude __________________________. 6. How are the text features in this article significant? The text features in the article ‘Into the Deep’ are significant because______________________.
QR Code Stations for Language Arts QR codes on objects around the room so students may learn to pronounce by scanning the object to hear the object pronounced correctly in English. QR Codes on a worksheet to link to videos or websites for students to use to answer questions using sentence frames.
QR Code Stations for Math Direct math students to on-line multiplication or division flash cards. Link QR Code to math website with definitions of math vocabulary and complete activity using sentence stems. Link QR Codes on homework to math videos on how to solve a problem or podcasts of teaching a skill.
QR Code Stations for Social Studies QR Codes on maps or a globe to link to a video or webpage to learn more about a topic. Attach a QR Code on a calendar to link to a website or video of something that happened on that day in history.
QR Code Stations for Science QR Code on a periodic table for students to use to answer questions using sentence stems. QR Codes can be placed on science models such as a skeleton to link to online flash cards or a video about the skeletal system.
Edmodo Use sentence frames enabling students to write academically, share what they’ve learned with other students View student’s responses on one page and add to the conversation Use Edomod 0 for Sentence Frames for beginning of lesson, during the lesson, or end of the lesson as a ticket out www. edmodo. com
Ticket Out with Sentence Frames
Research Citations Bailey, A. L. , & Huang, B. H. (2011). Do Current English Language Development/Proficiency Standards Reflect the English Needed for Success in School? . Language Testing, 28(3), 343365. Donnelly, W. , & Roe, C. J. (2010). Using Sentence Frames to Develop Academic Vocabulary for English Learners. Reading Teacher, 64(2), 131 -136. Frey, N. (2011). Structuring the Talk: Ensuring Academic Conversations Matter. Clearing House, 84(1), 15. doi: 10. 1080/00098655. 2010. 484440
Citations Seidlitz, John, Valerie Auer, and Marcy Voss. "Sentence Stems and Activities Aligned to Student Expectations. " Navigating the ELPS in the English Language Arts and Reading Classroom: Using the Standards to Improve Instruction for English Language Learners. San Clemente, CA: Canter, 2010. 229+. Print. Seidlitz, John, and C. Araceli. Avila. "Sentence Stems and Activities Aligned to Student Expectations. " Navigating the ELPS in the Math Classroom: Using the New Standards to Improve Instruction for English Learners. San Antonio, TX: Canter, 2009. Print. Seidlitz, John, and Jennifer Jordan-Kaszuba. Navigating the ELPS in the Science Classroom: Using the Standards to Improve Instruction for English Learners. San Clemente, CA: Canter, 2010. Print. Seidlitz, John, and Bill Perryman. Navigating the ELPS in the Social Studies Classroom: Using the Standards to Improve Instruction for English Language Learners. San Clemente, CA: Canter, 2010. Print. Allen, Janet. "Reading Informational Text. " Holt Mc. Dougal Literature: Texas Grade 8. [Evanston, Ill. ]: Holt Mc. Dougal, a Division of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2010. 884. Print.
Citations Ogen, Karen. "QR Codes & Ideas for Using Them in the Classroom. " Kathy Schrock's Guide to Everything. N. p. , Jan. 2012. Web. 1 Oct. 2013. http: //www. unitaglive. com/qrcode/app http: //classroomclipart. com/clipart/Clipart/Sp ace. htm http: //www. azlyrics. com/lyrics/lorde/royals. ht ml http: //sni. scholastic. com/news/