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Specially Designed Academic Instruction in English (SDAIE) - Chapter Summary
Use this engaging chapter to learn more about the specially designed academic instruction in English, also known as SDAIE, teaching approach. The user-friendly lessons cover topics ranging from SDAIE lesson planning to evaluating the effectiveness of these programs. After you complete these lessons, you should be ready to:
- Outline some of the key procedures in SDAIE lesson planning
- Explain SDAIE strategies used in teaching
- List methods to evaluate the effectiveness of SDAIE lessons
- Discuss ways to meet the needs of ELL typologies using SDAIE approaches
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1. Key Procedures in SDAIE Lesson Planning
SDAIE lesson planning is a pedagogical method intended to teach non-native English speakers language skills simultaneously with content/grade-level skills. Learn why this method is important and how to lesson plan for SDAIE lessons.
2. SDAIE Strategies for Teaching
SDAIE, or specially designed academic instruction in English, can be a challenging strategy for teachers to develop. In this lesson, we will look at strategies for teachers to help foster visual and cooperative learning in SDAIE classrooms.
3. Evaluating Effectiveness of SDAIE Lessons
If you are a teacher who works with English language learners, you are probably interested in teaching SDAIE lessons. This lesson discusses some of the ways you can evaluate the effectiveness of these lessons for your students.
4. SDAIE Approaches for Meeting the Needs of English Learner Typologies
If you are a teacher who works with English language learners, you know they have many different typologies. This lesson discusses SDAIE approaches for meeting the needs of this variety of learners.
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Other chapters within the CTEL 2 - Assessment & Instruction (032): Practice & Study Guide course
- Standards-Based Assessment for ELL in California
- Purposes & Types of Assessment for ELL
- Language & Content-Area Assessment for ELL
- Programs & Requirements for English Learners in California
- Foundations of English Language Literacy
- English Language Development Approaches & Methods
- Listening & Speaking for California Student English Language Development
- Reading & Writing for California Student English Language Development
- Instructional Planning & Organization for ELD & SDAIE
- Components of Effective Instructional Delivery in ELD & SDAIE
- Effective Resource Use in ELD & SDAIE
- CTEL Assessment & Instruction Flashcards