Co-Teaching and Collaborative Teaching
Content area teachers and ESL teachers work as a team to meet content and language objectives.
- Guidelines to Jump Start Co-Taught Lessons
- Experience Speaks: On Co-Teaching and Collaboration
- Co-teaching Definition: NC Dept. of Public Instruction
- Collaborative Teaching: Addressing ESL Teacher Concerns
- Co-Teaching: A How To Guide from Texas Education Agency
(Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol): ESL teachers and/or mainstream teachers reach and teach ELLs in strategic ways that make the subject matter concepts comprehensible while promoting the students’ English language development. (Source: Making Content Comprehensible for English Learners: The SIOP Model by Jana Echevarria, Mary Ellen Vogt, and Deborah J. Short)
- SIOP Overview – Dare County Schools Workshop
- SIOP Activities for Each Component
- SIOP checklist
- SIOP Model and Academic Vocabulary (Strategies: Student Lexicon, Frayer Graphic Organizer)
- Teacher Talk Resources A website by Amy Straus with many SIOP related activities. (Her contact link is broken, unfortunately.)
ESL teachers provide specialized instruction as needed for newcomers and for students needing extra assistance in specific content areas or academic language development and study skills.
- “Pull Out” and “Push In”: These are NOT instructional models. They just say where you are, not what you are doing.
- On-Line or “Flipped” Instruction: On-line instruction, in one form or another, has become commonplace. It is the instructor behind the software who continues to make the difference. Here are 10 Time Saving Tips for Teaching Online published by TESOL in March 2015.