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C O - TEACHING AND ELLS COLLABORATION FOR ELL STUDENT SUCCESS Slide 2 C O -T EACHING Co-teaching is two or more people sharing the responsibility for teaching some or all of the students assigned to a classroom. It involves the distribution of responsibility among people for planning, instruction, and evaluation for a classroom of students. Slide 3 C O -T EACHING Sharing of expertise Interdependent Communicating Collaborative Mutual Meeting students needs Isolation Independent Silence Disconnected Separation Divisive Co-teaching Is: Co-teaching Isnt: Slide 4 ESL TEACHERS AND C ONTENT -A REA T EACHERS ESL teachers have had considerable training in such areas as second language acquisition, linguistics, language pedagogy and methodology, culture, scaffolding techniques, and language and literacy development. In contrast, most content-area teachers have not received enough training in these subjects. As a result, content teachers need guidance from ESL teachers to effectively teach their ELLs, who are at varying levels of English language proficiency. ESL TeachersContent Area Teachers Slide 5 S OME A PPROACHES TO CO - TEACHING Complimentary Teaching Supportive Teaching Team Teaching Parallel Teaching Slide 6 COMPLIMENTARY TEACHING Occurs when one co-teacher does something to enhance the instruction provided by the other co-teacher. One teacher takes primary responsibility for designing the lesson. However, both teachers share in the delivery of the information sometimes with a varied delivery method. Slide 7 SCAFFOLDING SUPPORTS FOR ELLS RECOMMENDED BY ESL TEACHERS Graphic Organizers Visuals and Realia Manipulatives Modeling processes orally Teachers using simplified language Cooperative grouping in classroom http://www.engageny.org/sites/default/files/resource/attachments/scaffoldi ng_student_needs.pdfhttp://www.engageny.org/sites/default/files/resource/attachments/scaffoldi ng_student_needs.pdf Meeting Student Needs Through Scaffolding http://www.mlmcc.com/docs/2010-03-TESOL-Scaffolding-HO.pdf http://www.mlmcc.com/docs/2010-03-TESOL-Scaffolding-HO.pdf Scaffolding Academic Language http://bcsd.k12.ny.us/academics/ESL/esl_modifications.htmlhttp://bcsd.k12.ny.us/academics/ESL/esl_modifications.html Scaffold for ELLs http://www.state.nj.us/education/modelcurriculum/ela/ELLSupport.pdf http://www.state.nj.us/education/modelcurriculum/ela/ELLSupport.pdf ELL Scaffolding Support http://kms.sdcoe.net/kms/1137- SMS/version/default/part/AttachmentData/datahttp://kms.sdcoe.net/kms/1137- SMS/version/default/part/AttachmentData/data Scaffolding Matrix Slide 8 A S TRONG E MPHASIS ON A CADEMIC V OCABULARY ESL teachers bring a deep, often untapped level of expertise in teaching academic language that can be leveraged across their schools and districts. http://theellconsortium.wikispaces.com/file/view/ VOCABULARY.pdf http://theellconsortium.wikispaces.com/file/view/ VOCABULARY.pdf Handbook of Academic Vocabulary ESL teachers can consult with content teachers by helping them analyze the academic language demands of their content areas and offering them advice for designing lessons that teach academic language and rigorous content simultaneously (Ex. The SIOP Model) http://www.cal.org/siop/lesson-plans/index.html http://www.cal.org/siop/lesson-plans/index.html Slide 9 C OMMUNITY R ESOURCES ESL teachers tend to be more aware of community resources for ELLs, such as multicultural counseling services. ESL teachers are often members of professional learning communities within the ESL field which tend to provide additional support to CCSS. Slide 10 A DVOCATES FOR S TUDENT N EEDS ESL teachers tend to be highly adept at advocating for their ELLs in multiple ways, even if they do not always see themselves as advocates. http://blog.colorincolorado.org/2013/11/26/your-role- in-the-common-core-advocating-for-ells/ http://blog.colorincolorado.org/2013/12/05/your-role- in-the-ccss-advocacy-action-items-part-2/ If school administrators recognize ESL teachers as language development experts and set an expectation that ELLs are Everybodys Kids, they have the opportunity to create a school culture in which the entire staff shares responsibility for ELL success with the CCSS. Slide 11 ESL TEACHERS AS S CHOOL L EADERS ESL teachers practice developing (and believing in) their own leadership voices to ensure that they are heard and consulted on decisions that affect them and their students. ESL teachers may seek leadership training so that they can be better prepared to advocate for their place at the table and their students in policy decisions. Slide 12 SUPPORTIVE TEACHING Occurs when one teacher is assigned primary responsibilities for designing and delivering a lesson, and the other member(s) of the team does something that complements, supplements, or enhances the lesson. Slide 13 TEACH AND WRITE Teach and Write One teacher teaches the lesson while the other records the important points on an overhead or chalkboard. ELLs benefit from this because information is being presented to them through different modalities. Slide 14 TEAM TEACHING Occurs when two or more people do what the traditional teacher used to do. They share responsibility for planning, teaching, and assessing progress of students in the class(es) that they teach together. Slide 15 STATION TEACHING Station Teaching Students rotate through predetermined stations or activities. Each teacher works with all the students as they come through the station. http://www.fcrr.org/curriculum/SCA_CCSS_i ndex.shtmhttp://www.fcrr.org/curriculum/SCA_CCSS_i ndex.shtm Center Activities Slide 16 PARALLEL TEACHING Occurs when co-teachers instruct different groups of students at the same time in the classroom. Slide 17 C O -T EACH ! A H ANDBOOK FOR C REATING AND S USTAINING C LASSROOM P ARTNERSHIPS IN I NCLUSIVE S CHOOLS By Dr. Marilyn Friend Designed to address your questions about co-teaching, whether you are just anticipating co-teaching, are a novice co- teacher, or are a veteran co-teacher. Slide 18 T HE P OWER OF 2 By Dr. Marilyn Friend Provides a comprehensive look at co- teaching as part of the foundation of an inclusive and collaborative school, and it is designed to assist professionals to maximize student outcomes through classroom partnerships. Slide 19 A G UIDE TO C O - TEACHING A Guide to Co-teaching, Richard A. Villa, Jacqueline S. (Sue) Thousand, Ann I. NevinRichard A. Villa Jacqueline S. (Sue) ThousandAnn I. Nevin Explore the four approaches to co-teaching with updated discussions of RTI, discussions of the roles of paraprofessionals and administrators, and lesson plans linked to the Common Core. Slide 20 C OLLABORATION AND C O - TEACHING : S TRATEGIES FOR ELLS Andrea HonigsfeldAndrea Honigsfeld and Maria G. DoveMaria G. Dove Understand the benefits and challenges of collaborative service delivery Teach content while helping students meet English language development goals Choose from a range of collaborative strategies and configurations, from informal planning and collaboration to a co- teaching partnership Use templates, planning guides, and other practical tools to put collaboration into practice. Slide 21 COMMON CORE & THE NOT-SO- COMMON LEARNER http://coteachingforells.weebly.com/uploads/8/ 0/6/6/8066516/tntesol_2013.pdf http://coteachingforells.weebly.com/uploads/8/ 0/6/6/8066516/lilac_2012_final.pdf Great Power Points Slide 22 V OCABULARY FOR THE C OMMON C ORE http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/vocabula ry-for-the-common-core-robert- marzano/1114168081?ean=9780985890223 Slide 23 A DVOCATING FOR E NGLISH L EARNERS http://www.sagepub.com/books/Book239353/reviews This book demystifies the techniques of advocacy for ELs, including: A shared sense of responsibility for EL success Providing tools that every educator can use to ensure that ELs are effectively served. An overview for administrators Influencing policy and fostering a culture that meets EL needs Advocacy for ELs success beyond Grade 12 Equipping ELs for life after graduation, from higher education to career decisions Slide 24 S TRATEGIES FOR SUCCESS WITH ELL S BY V IRGINIA R OJAS http://cesa2titleiiiellnetwork.wikispaces.com/file/ view/ELL%20Tools.pdf/170795231/ELL%20Tools. pdfhttp://cesa2titleiiiellnetwork.wikispaces.com/file/ view/ELL%20Tools.pdf/170795231/ELL%20Tools. pdf Strategies for ELLs-Virginia Rojas Slide 25 LINKS http://dese.mo.gov/se/ep/documents/NASDSEHa ndoutMarch5.pdfhttp://dese.mo.gov/se/ep/documents/NASDSEHa ndoutMarch5.pdf Co-teaching Handout http://www.kdp.org/teachingresources/podcast/ pdf/Teacher_Collaboration_to_Support_English _Language_Learners.pdfhttp://www.kdp.org/teachingresources/podcast/ pdf/Teacher_Collaboration_to_Support_English _Language_Learners.pdf Teacher Collaboration to Support ELLs http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dq2iDBciJxw http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dq2iDBciJxw Collaboration and Co-teaching for ELLs, The New School http://www.dsfconsulting.net/wp- content/uploads/Collaboration-Breakout1.pdf Collaboration to Meet Common Core Standards Slide 26 LINKS (C ONT.) http://www.nystesol.org/region/ArticleStudy_Co- teaching.pdf Co-teaching in the ESL Classroom http://www.njtesol- njbe.org/handouts10/Dove_Grassroots_Approach.pdf Grassroots Approach to Co-teaching for ELLs http://coteachingforells.weebly.com/index.html Collaboration and Co-teaching Weebly http://coteachingforells.weebly.com/uploads/8/0/6/6/80665 16/collaborative_practices_to_support_all_2012.pdf Collaborative Practices to Support All Students Slide 27 LINKS (CONT.) http://coteachingforells.weebly.com/uploads/8/0/6/6/806651 6/selected_strategies_handout.pdf Sample Strategies to Meet the ELA Common Core Standards with English Language Learners http://coteachingforells.weebly.com/uploads/8/0/6/6/8066516/2 010_tj_dove_honigsfield_copy.pdf ESL Co-teaching and Collaboration: Opportunities to Develop Teacher Leadership and Enhance Student Learning http://coteachingforells.weeb