SIOP Comprehensible Input Resources
This document contains 78 instructional strategies that were specifically selected by a committee of educators for their usefulness for English Learners. If you're looking for new inspiration of how to reach the ELs in your classroom, you will definitely want to check this resource out!
This video by Valentina Gonzalez is a great demonstration of the importance of comprehensible input.
This is a checklist of accommodations appropriate for Basic and Low Intermediate ELL students.
This resource created by Pam Schwallier, Regional EL Consultant for the Kent ISD, provides accommodation recommendations with links to resources for classroom teachers.
This resource, created by Dearborn Public Schools, provides linguistic accommodation suggestions for each WIDA English Proficiency Level and language domain (reading, writing, speaking, & listening).
This tool allows teachers or students to enter any text to have it read aloud. Users can adjust the speed of the text to account for different proficiency levels.
This is a free online tool educators can use to simplify the language of text used in the classroom. Simply enter in complex text and this tool will automatically simply it for your students.
This resource created by the San Diego County Office of Education provides practical ideas and suggestions of how you can scaffold instruction to meet the needs of the ELLs in your classroom.