All About SIOP Websites
www.siopinstitute.net
The SIOP Institute’s site has an explanation of SIOP, example lesson plans, and upcoming trainings for SIOP.
www.cal.org/siop
The Center for Applied Linguistics site has an overview of SIOP with research and development projects and resource WebPages to use as well.
http://www.cal.org/siop/resources/lessonplans.html
Sample SIOP Lesson plans for all grade levels. Plus activities too.
http://www.everythingesl.net/inservices/using_siop_model_08621.php.php
Everything ESL has an explanation of SIOP and a list of resource WebPages to use that deal with SIOP and ESL issues.
http://www.mrshurleysesl.com/teacherresources/index.html
Mr. Shurley’s ESL teacher resource webpage has tons of ESL and SIOP resources for teachers.
http://towerofenglish.com
The Tower of English lists many resource sites for students and teachers to find the best places to practice real English. There are over 300 sites in 34 different categories.
http://www.tolerance.org/magazine/number-37-spring-2010/whose-student-she
Here is an article relating to SIOP from the magazine Teaching Tolerance:
http://ed.isu.edu/depts/tia/2010TIAdocs/Language%20Arts%20-%201.pdf New
Idaho State University provides an example of both Language and Content Objectives




Teaching Resource Websites (Mini Lessons, Activities, Games)
www.ted.com
Bring "guest speakers" to your classroom via the web! "Riviting talks by remarkable people, free to the world!" Great for secondary and upper elementary
www.edmodo.com
Put your classroom online. Students have opportunities to respond and post remarks to the work they are completing online, in a safe and secure environment. Teachers can post assignments, files and links for students.
http://tinyurl.com/mdbusk
Smartboard Notebook lessons by grade level and content area
http://www.harveyshomepage.com/Harveys_Homepage/Welcome.html
Math Smartboard lessons by skill
http://www.education.ky.gov/KDE/Instructional+Resources/Literacy/Literacy+Strategies+Glossary.htm
This page includes definitions of common terms used around literacy instruction. Many of the terms have accompanying word documents with templates and/or examples of the strategy for teacher use.
http://www.loopwriter.com/FreeGames.php
This is the free games page of LoopWriter. LoopWriter creates Loop Games (also called I have/who has Games) to keep students engaged and having fun while they learn.
http://www.fancynancyworld.com/#/educators/
For the Fancy Nancy fans. This is a direct link to downloadable activities.
http://www.patchproducts.com/media/document/BuzzwordLessonPlan2.pdf
Compound word creation activity.




Best 52 websites for ELLs, by M. Tripsa