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Sheltered Instruction

Sheltered Instruction

Sheltered Instruction

Minda Lopez
Minda Lopez
on behalf of Association of Texas Professional Educators

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Launch date: 10 Jun 2014

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Last updated: 21 Jul 2018

Reference: 123824

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Latest User Comments

Stephany Goodwin (8 May 2017)
good lesson, some slides had issues loading for me though
Mrs Amy Amacker (8 Feb 2018)
Content was easy to understand.Concise and to the point.
Mrs rebecca harris (7 May 2017)
great lesson

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Course Availability

This course is only available to trainees days after purchase. It would need to be repurchased by the trainee if not completed in the allotted time period. This course is no longer available. You will need to repurchase if you wish to take the course again.

Description

Sheltered instruction is a total English approach to instruction and classroom management that teachers can use to help English Language Learners (ELLs) acquire English and content area knowledge and skills. This course is presented by Minda Lopez, Assistant Professor of Reading at Texas State University.

Objectives

Objectives
Learn about sheltered instruction, as well as tips and suggestions for implementing in your classroom
Minda Lopez

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Minda Lopez
on behalf of Association of Texas Professional Educators

Minda Lopez graduated with her Ph.D. in Culture, Literacy, and Language from The University of Texas at San Antonio in 2008. Prior to academia, she served as a Bilingual, Dual Language, and ESL teacher for 6 years in Houston ISD, Spring Branch ISD, and the Pan American School of Bahia in Brazil. She also taught ESL in the Center for Continuing Studies at Rice University and at the University of the Incarnate Word and was a Bilingual/ESL Specialist for Education Service Center, Region 20 in San Antonio.

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User Reviews (46)

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Stephany Goodwin (8 May 2017)
good lesson, some slides had issues loading for me though
Mrs Amy Amacker (8 Feb 2018)
Content was easy to understand.Concise and to the point.
Mrs rebecca harris (7 May 2017)
great lesson
STACY GRIGG (7 Jun 2018)
Great course!
Anthony Schreck (5 Apr 2017)
Good presentation. It expanded on concepts I have learned in other workshops. Very good at reviewing strategies we should be using with our ELL students.
Amanda Baker-Adkins (4 Jun 2018)
Great info
Mrs Karen French (4 Feb 2017)
good overview/reminder of siop
Miss Mary Ketchum (4 Feb 2017)
Thanks for offering Sheltered Instruction.
Maria Cardenas (31 Mar 2017)
This is a very informative course that will benefit and ESL/ELL teacher.
patricia ellis (31 Mar 2017)
Awesome.... This will also be excellent for Para's as well.
mary crean (31 Dec 2017)
I was familiar with teaching strategies was not using the correct terminology.
Linda Paschal (30 May 2018)
Great information!
William McGonagle (30 Mar 2017)
Great course.
Selina Owens (29 Apr 2017)
This is a great class! Easy to understand and I will put these strategies to use!
Mrs Juanita Reyes (28 Jan 2017)
the information was excellent and allowed for proper understanding of the covered material.
Mr Joshua Shiel M.Ed. (27 Oct 2016)
This was a very well explained intro to sheltered instruction.
Mrs Julie Ibarra (27 Oct 2016)
Helpful for anyone working with ELL's
Mrs Esmeralda Villarreal (27 Feb 2017)
The information provided is very informative. It gives me an overall understanding on how to assist students step by step in acquiring the second language.
Mrs Heather Curd (27 Dec 2016)
Great Review!
Guadalupe Novak (26 Apr 2018)
Good course on sheltered instruction!
Magdalena Gonzalez (25 Nov 2016)
Good review of sheltered instruction.
Mrs Katherine Shevchenko (25 Mar 2017)
A very thorough introduction and guide of Sheltered Education, a lot of information packed in the slides.
brandi montgomery (25 Apr 2018)
Enjoyed the course!
Jenny Cassidy (25 Apr 2018)
Informative. Very useful strategies.
Mrs Courtney Davis (24 Dec 2016)
great info.
Holly Sanders (23 May 2018)
Sheltered is a total English approach to help in content areas.
Jaouad ZAAIMI (21 May 2018)
I enjoyed it!
Mr Brendan Carney (21 Mar 2017)
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Miss Laura Ruiz (21 Feb 2017)
The information what was good. It helped me understand what it means of Sheltered Instructions and ESL. Before this I thought it was the same thing, but now I know there is a difference between both of them
Ms Ruth Rybacki (21 Feb 2017)
This was very informative. The format is excellent with the notes and slides.
Tryna Smith (21 Apr 2018)
This was informative.
David Taylor (2 Mar 2018)
Very Good
Sherri Echols (2 Apr 2018)
The outline notes are fantastic. This was a great, concise review.
Mr Francisco Torres (18 Nov 2016)
Excellent overview of the importance of focusing on tools to improve academic language.
jennifer kramer (18 Jul 2018)
Excellent refresher course on SIOP.
Mrs Bethany Gamez (17 Jan 2017)
Great refresher. Good information.
Catherine Clarke (17 Apr 2018)
Great course. Interesting content and research!
Dr jill safi (16 Nov 2016)
good course!
Mrs AMY TAYLOR (16 Apr 2018)
I use SIOP. Good refresher!
Sylvia Jones (15 May 2018)
Helpful information
Mrs Regenia Dixon (13 Dec 2016)
Very good information.
Jessica Barker (12 Apr 2018)
Lots of great information!
Bethany Leadon (11 Apr 2017)
Very good information and useful even in my special education class.
Mrs Julie Sholl (11 Apr 2017)
I really enjoyed this course. As someone who is not ESL trained, Sheltered Instruction seems to be an effective mainstream approach.
Mrs Donna Hedges (10 Mar 2017)
Great review for teachers with sheltered classs!!
Mrs Araceli Hernandez (1 May 2017)
Sheltered Instruction is a powerful method in teaching students English, as well as, content area subjects. I would certainly use sheltered instruction to strengthen the knowledge of my students while learning a new language.

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