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MythBusters: Scaffolding

Nov 29, 2014

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  • 1. For each of the following statements, decide if it is a fact or a myth!
  • 2. Statement #1 Fact or Myth Scaffolding can be described as temporary supportive frameworks adjusted to students particular developmental/linguistic needs in order to improve their access to meaning and ongoing linguistic and cognitive development.
  • 3. Statement #1Answer Fact or Myth Scaffolding can be described as temporary supportive frameworks adjusted to students particular developmental/linguistic needs in order to improve their access to meaning and ongoing linguistic and cognitive development.
  • 4. Facts about Statement #1 According to the CDE
  • 5. Statement #2 Fact or Myth Scaffolding means. making adjustments to reduce the rigor of the grade level academic content. and increasing the frequency of direct vocabulary instruction.
  • 6. Statement #2 Answer Fact or Myth Scaffolding means. making adjustments to reduce the rigor of the grade level academic content. and increasing the frequency of direct vocabulary instruction.
  • 7. Facts about Statement #2 According to the CDE As a reminder, ELs of all levels of English Language proficiency should fully participate in grade level tasks in all content areas with varying degrees of scaffolding. Teachers should refrain from making work easier because of a language barrier, only provide scaffolds to help each individual reach
  • 8. Statement #3 Fact or Myth Some examples of planned scaffolding include. modeling and explaining tasks and expectations. using a range of information systems such as graphic organizers, diagrams, videos, photographs and other multimedia to enhance access to content. providing students with language models, such as sentence frames/starters, exemplary writing samples, and teacher language modeling. Frequently checking for understanding during instruction and
  • 9. Statement #3 Answer Fact or Myth Some examples of planned scaffolding include. modeling and explaining tasks and expectations. using a range of information systems such as graphic organizers, diagrams, videos, photographs and other multimedia to enhance access to content. providing students with language models, such as sentence frames/starters, exemplary writing samples, and teacher language modeling. Frequently checking for understanding during instruction and
  • 10. Facts about Statement #3 According the CDE
  • 11. Statement #4 Fact or Myth Just-in-time scaffolding is used when teachers do not have any planned scaffolds in place.
  • 12. Statement #4 Answer Fact or Myth Just-in-time scaffolding is used when teachers do not have any planned scaffolds in place.
  • 13. Facts about Statement #4 According the CDE Just-in-time scaffolds stem from planned scaffolds. They are used to help EL students interact and extend their learning, thinking, and language use.
  • 14. Want More? More information about scaffolding can be found on the CDE website Appendix C: Theoretical Foundations and Research Base for Californias English Language Development Standards Upon completion of the Mythbuster game, be sure to take the Scaffolding Mythbusters Quiz using Google Form in the content block below.
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