Engaging Students in Learning: A Focus on Differentiation of Instruction for ELLs

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Differentiation of instruction and assessment for ELLs will be addressed, including hands-on engagement in development of grade-level content lesson plans. Special attention will be paid to the diverse language and learning needs of ELLs. Participants will be required to add accommodations that are aligned to ELLs in levels 3 (Developing) or 4 (Expanding) to a lesson plan for a content area using a checklist and actively engage in the “Engaging Students in Learning: A Focus on Differentiation of Instruction for ELLs Forum” as part of this course.

Handouts:

1) PowerPoint
2) Case Studies
3) 2013 LR WIDA Performance Definitions
4) M-8-1-1 The Language of Algebra
5) 2012 SW WIDA Performance Definitions
6) Math ELL Supports M-8-3-3 Correlation 2-3-13
7) Math VMC Template
8) Modified for Lit ELL_Template for SAS_Voluntary Lessons


Title of Training: Engaging Students in Learning: A Focus on Differentiation of Instruction for ELLs
Presenter: Ana Sainz de la Pena, Connie Cochran, Paula Zucker
Training Date: 02/14/2013

Topic: English Learners, Response to Instruction & Intervention


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