In this blog post, I share a list of resources for The SIOP Model including teaching strategies and lesson plans for using SIOP model components.
The SIOP Model
The Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol (SIOP) Model is a framework for instruction that has been shown to be effective in improving the academic achievement of second language learners. The SIOP model has been used in classrooms across the United States for over two decades and provides teachers with guidance on how to plan and deliver effective lessons.
The SIOP Model Components
- Lesson Preparation
- Building Background
- Comprehensible Input
- Practice & Application
- Lesson Delivery
- Review & Assessment
Padlet Overview of The SIOP Model
This infographic on Padlet meets the following learning outcomes:
- To explain the SIOP Model.
- To describe how to apply the SIOP Model in lesson planning and instruction.
- To explain where and how the SIOP Model addresses socio-cultural competence.
The following featured article takes a deep dive into The SIOP Model
Teaching with The SIOP Model
How to Use The SIOP Model
Echevarría, J. (2011). The SIOP Model: A Professional Development Framework for a Comprehensive School-Wide Intervention. https://www.cal.org/siop/pdfs/briefs/professional-development-framework.pdf
jechevarria. (2020, February 29). Is SIOP Teaching Culturally Responsive? Reflections on Teaching English Learners. https://www.janaechevarria.com/?p=1414
SIOP Component Comprehensible Input TESOL Trainers. (n.d.). TESOL Trainers: Education Consultants. Retrieved June 10, 2021, from https://www.tesoltrainers.com/siop-comprehensible-input.html#:~:text=Comprehensible%20input%20helps%20teachers%20pay%20attention%20to%20the
SIOP Component Strategies TESOL Trainers. (n.d.). TESOL Trainers: Education Consultants. Retrieved June 10, 2021, from https://www.tesoltrainers.com/siop-strategies.html
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