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Ch 10: Instructional Planning & Organization for ELD & SDAIE

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We can help you catch up in class or study for an important exam with the lessons on instructional organization and planning for ELD and SDAIE provided in this chapter. Here you'll find video and text lessons that make it easy to understand these and other related topics.

Instructional Planning & Organization for ELD & SDAIE - Chapter Summary

Our expert instructors have created these lessons on instructional planning and organization for ELD and SDAIE specifically for your ease of review. You'll find subjects including the levels of English language development and how they affect instructional planning, as well as using grouping for literacy instruction. When you complete this chapter, you should be able to achieve the following objectives:

  • Understand how to organize daily ELD instruction around standards-aligned concepts
  • Follow practices to ensure a culturally competent classroom environment
  • Outline the models and strategies for collaborative team teaching
  • Detail the pros and cons of peer tutoring
  • Identify the role bilingual paraprofessionals can play in supporting student learning
  • Successfully promote English language learner parent involvement with activities
  • Discuss some outreach strategies to help communicate with ELL parents

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8 Lessons in Chapter 10: Instructional Planning & Organization for ELD & SDAIE
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Levels of English Language Development & Instructional Implications

1. Levels of English Language Development & Instructional Implications

There are several factors that play a key role in developing the language abilities of English learners. This lesson discusses the basic instructional planning you can apply in order to design lessons for English language development.

How to Use Grouping for Literacy Instruction

2. How to Use Grouping for Literacy Instruction

There are various ways to use instructional grouping for literacy instruction, such as heterogeneous grouping, dynamic grouping, cooperative learning, and peer tutoring. Learn how these grouping strategies give students opportunities to learn at their individual levels, as well as collaboratively.

Culturally Competent Classroom Environment Practices

3. Culturally Competent Classroom Environment Practices

In this lesson, you will learn about strategies and behaviors that you can incorporate into your classroom to foster a more equitable learning environment for all of your students.

Collaborative Team Teaching Models & Strategies

4. Collaborative Team Teaching Models & Strategies

Many schools are using team teaching in order to support the needs of a variety of students. This lesson will introduce you to the various models of team teaching as well as strategies to support a successful partnership.

Peer Tutoring: Definition, Pros & Cons

5. Peer Tutoring: Definition, Pros & Cons

Are you considering using peer tutors in your classroom? This lesson will help you understand what peer tutoring is. We will also discuss the different models of peer tutoring, as well as the possible implications, both good and bad.

Supporting Student Learning with Bilingual Paraprofessionals

6. Supporting Student Learning with Bilingual Paraprofessionals

Bilingual paraprofessionals have a very important role in the context of ELD and SDAIE programs. In this lesson, we have an overview of those roles as well as a brief discussion on the best practices for bilingual paraprofessionals.

Promoting ELL Parent Involvement: Activities & Ideas

7. Promoting ELL Parent Involvement: Activities & Ideas

Looking for a way to get the parents of your ELL students more involved in the classroom? This lesson will go over some parental activities and ideas that will be sure to increase parental involvement and engagement!

Communicating with ELL Parents: Outreach & Strategies

8. Communicating with ELL Parents: Outreach & Strategies

Having trouble touching base with the parents of your ELL students? Not sure where to start? This lesson will help. We'll go over some strategies you can use to reach out to your students' parents.

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