CoverWelcome to TELLSyllabus: Developing Second Language Literacy Explanation of the TemplateTotal PointsSession 1: Analyzing My Literacy BackgroundLA 1.1 Understanding My Literacy Background and PracticesLA 1.2 Expanding the Definition of Literacy LA 1.3 Exploring Literacy through TELL ToolsLA 1.4 Assessing for Literacy Development HW 1.1 Implementing and Reflecting on My Literacy PracticesHW 1.2 Investigating Knowledge about Literacy DevelopmentHW 1.3 Revisiting WIDA Performance DefinitionsHW 1.4 Using First Language Acquisition in Current Educational PracticesHW 1.5 Understanding My Final ProjectSession 2: Increasing Awareness of Language, Literacy, and PowerLA 2.1 Discussing Literacy DevelopmentLA 2.2 Connecting Cross-Linguistic Transfer and Literacy LA 2.3 Literacy Profiles LA 2.4 Makoto's Literacy ProfileHW 2.1 Implementing and Reflecting on My Literacy PracticesHW 2.2 Designing a Literacy-Focused ClassroomHW 2.3 Final Project Work for Unit RevisionHW 2.4 More and Less Proficient ELL Student's Literacy ProfilesHW 2.5 Integrating Ideas from Jim Cummins and Attention to Literacy Session 3: Designing a Literacy-Focused ClassroomLA 3.1 Reviewing Final Project and Literacy ProfileLA 3.2 Evaluating Literacy Richness and Standards for Effective PedagogyLA 3.3 Examining Literacy Guidelines LA 3.4 Planning Lessons that Build Learners' LiteracyHW 3.1 Implementing and Reflecting on My Literacy PracticesHW 3.2 Unit Goals for ELLs' Literacy ProfilesHW 3.3 Final Project Work for Unit RevisionHW 3.4 Using Video Segment 7.1 to Learn about VocabularyHW 3.5 Reading a Dense Text Using a Double Entry JournalHW 3.6 Bring a Text for Your Unit PlanSession 4: Building Knowledge of Academic LanguageLA 4.1 Characteristics of Academic LanguageLA 4.2 Effectively Teaching Academic Vocabulary and LanguageLA 4.3 Selecting Academic Vocabulary and Language to Teach LA 4.4 Planning to Teach Vocabulary HW 4.1 Implementing and Reflecting on My Literacy PracticesHW 4.2 Planning for Teaching Vocabulary in my UnitHW 4.3 Gathering Resources for Revising a Unit PlanHW 4.4 Learning about Comprehension and the Role of Text Structure HW 4.5 Identifying Readings in My Unit Plan HW 4.6 Deepening Understanding of Literacy Guidelines for ELsSession 5: Assisting Students in Understanding and Constructing TextsLA 5.1 Accumulating Knowledge for Promoting Literacy Development LA 5.2: Center 1: (Teacher Center) Utilizing the Literacy Guidelines for ELs LA 5.3 Center 2: Building on and Developing Oral Language LA 5.4: Center 3: Text Structures and Text Features in Literacy Instructon LA 5.5 Center 4: Modeling Good Reading StrategiesLA 5.6: Center 5: Selecting a Text with PurposeLA 5.7 Consolidating Knowledge for Supporting EL LiteracyHW 5.1 Implementing and Reflecting on My Practice HW 5.2 Planning for Teaching Reading in My UnitHW 5.3 Writing Instruction GuidelinesHW 5.4 Examining Process WritingHW 5.5 Writing Instruction for ELLs (Wright)HW 5.6 Identifying Writings for My Unit PlanSession 6: Intentionally Teaching Writing in Content Area InstructionLA 6.1 Teaching Effective Writing PracticesLA 6.2 Connecting Reading to WritingLA 6.3 Creating Authentic Writing OpportunitiesLA 6.4 Process Writing and Writer's WorkshopLA 6.5 Partner Debrief: Consolidating Knowledge of ELL Writing InstructionHW 6.1 Implementing and Reflecting on My Literacy Practice HW 6.2 Planning for Teaching Writing in My UnitHW 6.3 Creating Equity in Literacy Teaching PracticesSession 7: Critiquing, Reviewing, Editing, Revising My Unit PlanLA 7.1 Center 1 (Teacher Center): Aligning Objective and Assessments LA 7.2 Center 2: Responding to ELs Language and Literacy Development through Input and InteractionLA 7.3 Center 3: Building Academic Language and Literacy LA 7.4 Center 4: Attending to Writing InstructionLA 7.5 Center 5: Attending to Equity through the Standards for Effective PedagogyLA 7.6 Preparing My Explanatory Document and Revising My Final ProjectHW 7.1 Implementing and Reflecting on my Literacy PracticeHW 7.2 Completing the Final ProjectHW 7.3 Reviewing What I Know about Teaching to Improve Session 8: Sharing My Learning LA 8.1 Presenting My Knowledge of the Literacy Guidelines for ELs LA 8.2 Sharing an Exemplar of Designing Lessons to Promote ELs' Literacy DevelopmentLA 8.3 Making a Commitment to My Best-Loved Self as Teacher

LA 7.5 Center 5: Attending to Equity through the Standards for Effective Pedagogy

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Learning Outcome Pedagogical Intent Student Position

Demonstrate knowledge and skills to construct learning environments that support development of English language proficiency: literacy, academic, and cognitive development. (footnote language and definition)

Assessment: 25 pts.

TA: 20 Minutes

Teachers can gather to critique and respond to their Unit Plan and Lessons. They can use the critique to improve these lessons specifically and their teaching practice more generally. 

Students have learned how to recognize, honor, and draw on prior knowledge and cultural experiences in their teaching. They have learned how to identify where students are in learning language and developing literacy. They know how to design lessons and assessments that elicit student knowledge and promote learning.

Instructions

  1. In this center, you will review the unit plans through a discussion on equity and some of the Standards for Effective Pedagogy (JPA, CTX, CA). Use the Equity in Literacy Development worksheet and consider the following questions to guide your discussion.
    • How did you respond to the 2 articles? What did you decide to include in your responses and answer the 2 questions at the bottom of the worksheet?
    • How do you define equity?
    • How have you seen your colleagues create and promote equity in the professional practices?
    • How can you create classroom practices using JPA, CTX, and CA effectively to promote equity?
  2. Use the JPA, CTX, and CA rows of the notes table to record ideas you want to include in your Explanatory Document. 

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