Sheltered Instruction is considered a best practice for lesson planning and instructional delivery that includes the elements of bulding background, giving comprehensible input, strategies, student interaction, practice and application, lesson delivery, and review and assessment. These components should appear in all lesson plans using Sheltered Instruction. Watch the four minute video series below to gain a better understanding of what Sheltered Instruction is and what it can do for your students.
In a Word document, upload one of your favorite or most recently taught lessons. Make notations or comments as to what elements of Sheltered Instruction you had already included before this PLM experience. Use this checklist against your lesson as a guiding rubric. What others could you continue to improve upon or add? Upload your lesson and rubric on the form below.