Welcome to TELLSyllabus: Content-Based Instruction for Emergent Bilinguals Session 1: Positioning Myself to Integrate Content and Promote Academic LanguageHomework 1.1: Beginning with SIOP--Sheltered Instruction & Lesson Preparation Homework 1.2: Observing Standards for Effective Pedagogy Teaching (Contextualization)Homework 1.3: Understanding Activity Centers Homework 1.4 Review Developmental Benchmarks Homework 1.5: Guidelines for Presentation on Standards for Effective Pedagogy Homework 1.6 MSDLA Documents Session 2: Deepening Understanding of TELL Conceptual ToolsHomework 2.1: SIOP Charateristics: Building Background and Comprehensible InputHomework 2.2: Observing Standards for Effective Pedagogy Teaching (Language & Literacy Development)Homework 2.3 Learning about Funds of KnowledgeHomework 2.4 Inclusive Pedagogy as a Tool VideoHomework 2.5 Creating Content and Language Objectives Session 3: Beginning to Develop an MSDLAHomework 3.1: SIOP Charateristics: Strategies and InteractionHomework 3.2: Observing Standards for Effective Pedagogy Teaching (Challenging Activities)Homework 3.3 Looking for Resources For Activity CentersHomework 3.4 Developing Understanding for Vocabulary TeachingSession 4: Strengthening Curriculum by Adjusting For ELsHomework 4.1: SIOP Charateristics: Practice/Application and Lesson DeliveryHomework 4.2: Observing Standards for Effective Pedagogy Teaching (Joint Productive Activitiy)Homework 4.3 Learning to Differentiate Accomodations and Modifications Homework 4.4 Attending to VocabularyHomework 4.5 Strategies for Making Text ComprehensibleSession 5: Learning to Develop Text ModificationsHomework 5.1: SIOP Characteristics: Review and Assessment Homework 5.2: Observing Standards for Effective Pedagogy Teaching (Instructional Conversation)Homework 5.3 Engaging in Self-Assessment Homework 5.4 Creating Rubrics Session 6: Practicing Developing MSDLAsHomework 6.1: Review Making Text Comprehensible Chapter Notes Homework 6.2: Responding to FeedbackHomework 6.3: Learning the Nomenclature for ELsSession 7: Reviewing Making Text ComprehensibleHomework 7.1 Refine and Complete you MSDLASession 8: Feedback for the MSDLAHomework 8.1: Polishing the Final MSDLASession 9: Presenting Our MSDLAsHomework 9.1: Submit MSDLAHomework 9.2: Reflecting on My LearningHomework 9.3: Schedule a Final InterviewSession 10: Evaluating the Final ProjectAppendix: MSDLA examples

Homework 5.4 Creating Rubrics

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Learning Outcome Pedagogical Intent Student Position

Demonstrate knowledge and use of the Utah English Language Proficiency Standards in selection of programs,practices and strategies related to planning, implementing, and managing ESL and content instruction, including classroom, organization,teaching strategies for development and integrating language skills, and choosing and adapting classroom resources

Assessment: 50 pts.

Preservice teachers can integrate informal, ongoing assessment strategies into their teaching and create rubrics that both they and their students can use to evaluate student work. 

Students have learned to build assessment into the curriculum they are making. They are prepared to review knowlede of making rubrics to create stronger rubrics for their learning activities. 

Instructions:

1. One of the premises of teaching ELs is that each one has an individual trajectory of learning. They have arrived in your classroom from different educational backgrounds.

2. You, as a teacher, need to monitor their growth in language and literacy development. The best way to do this is to keep a record of their learning and use daily assignment results to chart their growth and learning.

3. As you learned in the formative assessment part of your Assessment Course, any assignment if you use a rubric to evaluate and if you note their language and literacy development can be treated as an assessment of their learning.

4. In your MSDLA project you are required to have at least one rubric (you can of course include more). Your teachers in other courses have taught you or will teach you to construct rubrics. As a review or an introduction, please watch and take notes in your WIP on this very short instruction for creating rubrics. The link to this video is here.

5. You could also watch a video on developing tools for alternative assessments linked here. You will need to scroll down to session six, click on the video and then scroll up to watch it. 

6. Submit a statement to Learning Suite of why rubrics are important for student assessment and how you plan to incporprate it in your MSDLA. If you have any questions about the assignment, please submit those also. 

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