SIOP model, ELLS, Presentation (15-20 slides) help
For this benchmark, create an in-depth, 15-20 slide PowerPoint presentation to inform other teachers in your school district of the benefits of using the SIOP Model as a teaching framework. This presentation should elaborate on the empirical research that shows the benefits of the SIOP framework when used with general education students as well as with ELLs. Your presentation should include:
- A title slide
- A brief description of socioeconomic, political, ethical, and legal influences on instruction for ELLs.
- At least one brief video showing SIOP strategies being used with students (any grade level or subject area).
- The eight interrelated components of the SIOP model and their application with teaching examples for each component. The eight SIOP components are as follows:
- Lesson Preparation
- Building Background
- Comprehensible Input
- Practice and Application
- Lesson Delivery
- Review and Assessment
- Include presenter’s notes, in-text citations, and a reference slide that contains three to five sources from the required readings or the GCU Library.
In your explanation of the eight SIOP components, include considerations about meeting ELL needs, such as access to academic classes, appropriate resources, and instructional technology.
Please, please, please APA format, Times New Romans, 12 Font and reference anything you use. 3-5 scholarly sources is reccommended. Also, have login credentials to access school library and other reading materials.
Go to http://library.gcu.edu/ Click on “find journal articles.” Click on “academic search complete.” This should bring you to the login in page. My login credentials are: nhenderson 03 password is: Papi@1988
You can use the search bar to look up information pertaining to the assignment. Once you type what you are looking for in the search bar, scroll down. Keep everything as is and click on “Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals and make sure you highlight English under “Language.” Scroll down and click on “PDF Full Text.” After that, scroll back at the top and click on “Search.”
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