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Title: Diversity in California


1
Diversity in California
  • Carla Piper, Ed. D.
  • SDAIE Strategies for Meeting Needs of English
    Language Learners

2
Student Ethnicity
California students are so ethnically diverse
that no one group is in the majority.
Look up the Statistics for your county, district,
opr school at http//www.ed-data.k12.ca.us/
Dataquest - http//data1.cde.ca.gov/dataquest/
3
English Learner (EL) Students
Nearly a quarter of California students (more
than one-third in kindergarten and first grade)
are learning English as their second language.
San Joaquin County averages more English learners
than the state average.
4
Multicultural Approach
  • Equal Opportunity to learn, succeed, and become
    what he or she would like regardless of
  • Sex, race, social class background, ethnicity,
    sexual orientation, disability
  • Cultural Pluralism
  • No one best way to be US American
  • What is the all-American child?
  • Does not mean you have to give up your families
    identities, sense of group solidarity, or
    cultural beliefs

5
Multiple Perspectives
  • Emphasis typically on Eurocentric History
  • Use of Visuals in your Classroom
  • What does your classroom look like?
  • Are there people of different races, sexes,
    extended families, disabilities, etc.
  • Quotations from diverse leaders?
  • Role models
  • Non-stereotypical, gender and ethnicity
  • Depicting diverse life styles, cultures, etc.

6
How do you teach your content to English Language
Learners?
  • SDAIE Strategies - Specially Designed Academic
    Instruction in English
  • Introduce and Scaffold Key Concepts
  • Language and Vocabulary Needed to Understand
    Content
  • ELD Standards
  • Standards in English - http//www.cde.ca.gov/re/pn
    /fd/documents/englangdev-stnd.pdf
  • Standards in Spanish - http//www.cde.ca.gov/be/st
    /ss/documents/eldspan.pdf
  • California ELL Website - http//www.cde.ca.gov/sp/
    el/

7
SDAIE Lesson Planning StrategiesIntroducing
Content
  • Prepare Students by Scaffolding
  • Hands-On Experiences
  • Tap into Prior Knowledge
  • Graphic Organizers and Mind Maps
  • Visuals, Maps, Models
  • Realia
  • Vocabulary and Language Development

8
Explore
  • Provide relevant instruction and practice through
    SDAIE strategies
  • Practice independently, with partners, and
    collaboratively
  • Use varied grouping configurations and activities
    for various learning styles.
  • Monitor students and provide feedback.
  • Modify materials and presentation to enhance
    learning

9
Extend and Continually Assess Student Learning
  • Extend, enrich, and integrate learning across the
    curriculum.
  • Help students make conceptual and linguistic
    connections across the curriculum.
  • Assess
  • Check for clarification
  • Observe and assess concept and skill development
  • Ongoing assessment and modification of
    instruction when needed

10
Modeling
  • Gives a clear example of expectation
  • Shows a finished product (student work)
  • Performs a mini-demonstration

SDAIE Checklist by Williams, 1996
11
Bridging
  • Weaves to existing schema
  • Engages students in into activities
  • Builds on prior knowledge/experience

12
Contextualizing
  • Provides right environment to explore concept
  • Uses concrete referents (picture, realia)
  • Elaborates through synonyms, antonyms, metaphors,
    analogies, anecdotes, examples, descriptions,
    storytelling

13
Building Schema
  • Presents a skeletal framework to build new
    information
  • Provides advanced organizers for direct teaching
  • Presents new information with graphic organizer
  • (Mapping, Venn diagram)

14
Building Schema
15
Developing Metacognition
  • Teaches strategies for learner autonomy
  • Debriefs process of learning
  • Discusses implications of strategies for future
    learning

16
Reframing
  • Guides revisitation of material with a meaningful
    collaborative activity
  • Teaches same concept in different context
  • Students transform narrative into graphic (art)
  • Students transform test into skit (letter to the
    editor)

17
Checking for Comprehension
  • Finds out if understanding has been achieved
  • Employs specific interactive activities
  • Allows for multiple ways to show understanding

18
Monitoring and Assessing
  • Assesses on an on-going basis
  • Observes student behaviors and language
  • Collects students products, writing, audio-tapes

19
Questioning
  • Asks questions that are open-ended/referential
  • Asks questions that have multiple possible
    responses
  • Encourages students to question each other
  • Engages students in collaborative activities

20
Adjusting Speech Register
  • Addresses students with NNS (Non-Native Speaker)
    in mind
  • Faces students when speaking
  • Incorporates non-verbal behaviors to support
    verbal presentation
  • Enunciates clearly, highlight key words
  • Allows for more pause time in answering questions

21
Orchestrating All Modalities for Learning
  • Activities all senses in the learning process
  • Provides hands-on activities
  • Supports auditory learning with visual and
    kinesthetic experience

22
Interacting (Teacher/Student, Student/Student,
Student/Material, Student/Self)
  • Engages students in interactions for negotiating
  • Identity and meaning
  • Provides opportunity for all kinds of interaction

23
History of California Diversity
  • California History Online - http//www.californiah
    istory.net/index.htm
  • Timeline http//www.californiahistory.net/temporar
    y_files/annotated.htm
  • California History Online Mexican California
    http//www.californiahistory.net/ranchos_frame_mai
    n.htm
  • California Historical Society
  • http//www.californiahistoricalsociety.org/
  • CREDE - http//www.crede.org/

24
Who is a Californian?
  • Punjabi-Mexican Families
  • Roots in the Sand http//www.pbs.org/rootsinthesa
    nd/
  • Middle Eastern Studies Berkeley
    http//www.lib.berkeley.edu/doemoff/mideast
  • Azores to California http//wwwlibrary.csustan.edu
    /bsantos/bsantos.html
  • Oakland History - http//www.oaklandhistory.com/fi
    les/hmenu.html

25
California Resources
  • United Farmworkers http//sunsite.berkeley.edu/cal
    heritage/UFW/
  • PBS Asian American Ancestors - http//www.pbs.org/
    ancestorsintheamericas/index.html
  • Manzanar - http//www.nps.gov/manz/
  • South Asian Network - http//www.southasiannetwork
    .org/index.htm
  • Chinese Historical and Cultural Project -
    http//www.chcp.org/index.html
  • Japanese American National Museum -
    http//www.janm.org/

26
African American History
  • Our Shared History - http//www.cr.nps.gov/aahisto
    ry/
  • Online Archives of California -
    http//www.oac.cdlib.org/
  • Martin Luther King Papers Project Stanford -
    http//www.stanford.edu/group/King/
  • Africans in America - http//www.pbs.org/wgbh/aia/
  • The African American Mosaic - http//www.loc.gov/e
    xhibits/african/intro.html

27
Cultural History of California
  • Virtual Museum of San Francisco -
    http//www.sfmuseum.org/hist1/index0.1.html
  • California Heritage Museum - http//sunsite.berkel
    ey.edu/CalHeritage/
  • California Historical Museum Guide -
    http//www.censusfinder.com/california-historical-
    museums.htm
  • American Indian History - http//www.csulb.edu/pro
    jects/ais/
  • California Native Americans Commission -
    http//ceres.ca.gov/nahc/default.html
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