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Specially-Designed Academic-Instruction in English Students

How has your knowledge of (Specially-Designed Academic-Instruction in English Students) SDAIE and (Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol) SIOP influenced your ideas about lesson plan development and implementation?

What changes will you make in your instructional delivery so that all students are successful learners?

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As you insist how one's knowledge of (Specially-Designed Academic-Instruction in English Students) SDAIE and (Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol) SIOP has influenced one's ideas about lesson plan development and implementation, for me, I am better able to differentiate my lessons and tailor them to meet the unique linguistic, social, emotional, and academic needs of these learners. I can use the theories as a road map as I formulate my classroom applications and activities to ensure that I am successfully accommodating these students' needs. This knowledge also affirmed that I need to check frequently for comprehension and address areas of confusion or un-clarity.

I now fathom how vital it is to create culturally responsive learning, not just fun or flashy lessons. I also discovered that SDAIE strategies should be used to scaffold students to higher-order ...

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300 words of personal notes and a reference are briefly implemented into this solution to address how one's knowledge of Specially-Designed Academic-Instruction in English Students (SDAIE) and Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol (SIOP) influenced one's ideas about lesson plan development and implementation.
Some basic examples of changes in one's instructional delivery are integrated as well.

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