SIOP Component 6:
Practice & Application
Learning Takes Practice!
Sent to me
By Ruth Byron
from Boyes
Elementary
A Frickin ' Elephant
Jake is 5 and learning to
read. He points at a picture in a
zoo book and says, “Look Mama!
It's a frickin' Elephant!”
Deep breath ... “What did you
call it?”
“It's a frickin' Elephant,
Mama! It says so on the picture!”
And so it does ..
“A f r i c a n Elephant”
Component Review
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6.
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8.
Lesson Preparation
Building Background
Comprehensible Input
Strategies
Interaction
Practice / Application
Lesson Delivery
Review / Assessment
Content Objectives:
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Identify a variety of ways for students
to enhance their learning through
hands-on practice.
Language Objectives:
•
Discuss the importance of linking
practice and application activities to
specific lesson objectives
Practice
Yuliya Hall is a dual citizen of the U.S. and
Russia. She began competing internationally
for the Soviet Union in 1984, and is a two-time
USSR National Champion in all around
gymnastics (achieving Elite level at the age of
10), a two-time USA National Champion, and
World Cup Champion. She is currently on the
USA National Team and is the highest ranked
women's tumbler in the U.S.
Yuliya has coached in southeastern Idaho
since 1997, and currently resides in Idaho
Falls (and she’s married to Shelly’s
brother!)
Building Background - APK
Think of a hobby, sport,
or other skill at which
you have become quite
accomplished.
What role did practice
play?
Building Background - APK
Would you have learned
as much by listening to
someone else explain it,
reading a book about it,
or watching a video
about it?
How Important Is Practice?
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Strategy 4: Practice (Marzano)
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Strategy 3: Revisit, review,
re-teach, revise (Fogarty)
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Classroom Structure:
“Say, See, Do” Teaching
(Jones)
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SIOP Component 6:
Practice & Application
(Short, Vogt, and Echiverria)
Which of the following require practice in
order to do them well?
 Reading
 Writing
 Listening
 Speaking
 Science
 Math
 Social Studies
 Fine Arts / Music
 Foreign Languages
 Physical Education
 Business / Computer Skills
 Professional Technical Skills
 Others?
Are You Really Allowing Practice Time?
• If the teacher prompts and
gives feedback – but no
recorded score – the activity
is practice / instruction.
• If the teacher records a score,
the activity is assessment –
not practice.
Pollock, 2007
So…
• If you teach and/or model
your objectives,…
• …but then immediately
assign a task that will
culminate in a score…
• You HAVE NOT yet
provided practice.
Overview
In Component 6: Practice &
Application, teachers give
students a chance to practice
new material with careful teacher
oversight to demonstrate
mastery.
Aim for practice in all four
language skills: reading,
writing, listening, and
speaking.
SIOP Features: Component 6
• F20 - Hands-on materials /
manipulatives provided for students to
practice using new content knowledge
• F21 - Activities provided for students
to apply content and language
objectives
• F22 - Activities integrate all language
skills: reading, writing, listening,
speaking
As we watch the video, notice…
Did the instructor allow handson, active practice of skills?
Did activities allow students to
apply content and language
objectives?
Did practice include reading,
writing, listening, and
speaking?
Practice / Application
• Write down one of the
objectives you are working
on today or tomorrow
(language or content
objective)
• Design a practice /
application for the
objective that includes the
features of Component 6.
Content Objectives:
•
Identify a variety of ways for students
to enhance their learning through
hands-on practice.
Language Objectives:
•
Discuss the importance of linking
practice and application activities to
specific lesson objectives
Anita Archer’s Model of Effective
Instruction
Instruction
• I do it.
– We do it.
– We do it.
– We do it.
PRACTICE
– We do it.
– We do it.
– We do it.
– We do it.
Assessment
• You do it.
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