The Drawp for School Add-on helps educators power up lesson plans using Google Slides™. It streamlines creating engaging and accessible standards-aligned learning activities directly from Google Slides™, and saves teachers time. Drawp for School offers access to a tremendous variety of bilingual graphic organizers, including but not limited to tables, flow charts, maps, and more! These organizers are easy to add to a Google Slides™ presentation to provide support and guidance for all learners, especially ELs, LTELs, and newcomers. The bilingual scaffolding frames, developed in partnership with the Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE), and the interactive worksheets empower teachers to differentiate instruction for ALL learners in ANY subject. The resources available in the add-on are aligned to content standards and ELD standards to help learners maximize content mastery and increase language proficiency. Because resources are available in English and Spanish, teachers can also support ELL students or quickly create lesson plans for bilingual classrooms making it perfect fit for both Integrated and Designated ELD instruction. Drawp for School improves literacy and language acquisition outcomes as evidenced by a three year National Science Foundation study, and educators can now easily access and make use of the following Drawp tools when creating content in the Google Slides™ environment: GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS The Graphic Organizers are available in both English and Spanish as tables, flow charts, maps, and more! These ready-to-use templates are easy to add to your creations to provide support and guidance for all of your learners. Educators can also upload their own image files, and Drawp automatically will add editable text boxes in all the right places—a big time saver. Use it in Math to turn your Math worksheet images into interactive Google Slides in a single click, and in English/Language Arts (ELA) to make your lessons even more engaging! FILL-IN-THE-BLANK FRAMES This tool allows educators to access questions, sentence stems (accompanied with human recorded voice notes), strategies, examples of potential lessons and activities while designing learning activities aligned to their learner’s English Language Proficiency level. The content is differentiated by context complexity levels (Bloom’s Taxonomy and Webb’s Depth of Knowledge (DOK) levels) and aligned to the English Language Development (ELD) standards. Access to this amazing resource for supporting students makes the creation of scaffolded work that meets learner needs easier than ever by providing those supports that are readily aligned to your learner’s needs at the click of a mouse. VOICE STICKERS The Drawp’s popular voice sticker technology is also available in the add-on. Teachers can utilize them to provide audio instructions and record feedback, while students can use the voice stickers to record their answers. Both students and teachers can record unlimited voice notes and add them to their Google Slides™. LESSON PLANS WITH ACTIVITIES Explore the ready-to-go free lesson plans and accompanying books, aligned to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), or adopt Drawp with the existing curriculum as students use voice, text, art, and proven bilingual scaffolds to interact with content. USAGE REPORTS (ADMINS) District admins get access to granular usage data to help them make better-informed decisions. PREMIER BILINGUAL ACADEMIC LANGUAGE SUPPORTS In partnership with Velázquez Press, we bring you proven content to support your emergent bilingual students in developing all four domains of literacy in all the languages they use for learning. All students, but especially emergent bilingual students, become familiar with listening for instructions and content, speaking to respond and to show their learning, and ultimately improve reading and writing. These bilingual resources help teachers provide a variety of learning opportunities for improving language acquisition in everyday assignments: ● My Academic Vocabulary Journal – includes 6 different graphic organizers to help assess, organize, track and learn academic vocabulary by: ○ Providing regular structured opportunities to develop academic vocabulary and language skills. ○ Integrating research based strategies and scaffolds to stimulate listening, speaking, reading and writing in academic language (may be used individually or in groups). ○ Helping students use background knowledge to achieve mastery of academic vocabulary. ● Academic Writing Journal for Math – includes 2 different graphic organizers to help assess, organize, track and learn math academic vocabulary and writing and list of Sentence Stems for students to use. This journal: ○ Provides regular structured opportunities for students to demonstrate their understanding and practice writing in math. ○ Helps students develop skillful and accurate math vocabulary. ○ Enables teachers to assess students' progress and pinpoint individual challenges. ... with more content from Velazquez Press coming soon!