Ch. 1 Overview What is an ELL?
Ch. 1 Overview What is an ELL? BLE 220
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SEI class notes 9115 Let a student show the math problem instead of making them talk it out Intergroup the more proficient having prejudices towards the less proficient in the same ethnic group If the child asks the teacher the teacher can read the directions for them The child must ask and the teacher cannot actually read the problems just the directions Having family behind a child makes a child more driven Different levels of ELLs reclassification AZmerit gives a bench mark for ELLs in their English no ying under the radar Education not mentioned in constitution so it goes to the state Underperforming schools 3 yrs in a row state takes over Getting rid of principal shifting staff adding mentors Title l Fed Gov giving money to schools war on poverty supposed to be used for freereduced lunch One US President teacher Lyndon B J ohnson 1960 stime of change Being a title 1 school 60 students must be on free and reduced lunch Teachers are not paid as much and under a lot of pressures for higher math scores Money for remedial reading and math Heritage language leaming a different language because that s the family s heritage Usually goes to school to learn the heritage language Know the chart on pg 12 amp the 4 functions of language development Class Notes 9315 The term LEP is used to describe ELLs in legislative documents the No Child Left Behind Act and in old research materials 80 of ELL children are born in the US US is 5th largest Spanish speaking country Content areasEnglish Math Science ELLELLEP LEP is a person ELLEL3 ESL ESL is a program 2nd language in USVietnamese Additive bilingualism Adds language while keeping the first language Subtractive bilingualism loses the first language Law made that says you have to give an ELL an IQ test in both English and native language ILLP Individualized language learning plan Used for ELLs similar to IEP Specific plan with specific goals and specific assessments Used in districts with fewer than 20 students in a 3 grade span WICP Written Individualized Compensatory Plan When a student tests out of ESL the law says the state must follow the student s progress for a couple years The extended year Student can get tutoring for these two years AZELLAArizona English Language Learner Assessment Used for 2 reasons 1 placement and 2 reclassification PHLOTEPrimary Home Language Other Than English Also known as HLS Home Language Survey Paper that goes home beginning of every school year asking about the home language if it is other than English o How Do you become an ELL I Bring home the PHLOTE gt If it s English whatever nothing happens gt If it s not English 30 days to give child AZELLA I Place the student I Reclassify in the future I 2 yrs after reclassification progress is tracked o ESL only here since the 1960 s Assignments 0 Ch 4 Graphic Organizer Due Tuesday 0 History Timeline read article 0 Permissive period the hardest Lots of research 0 Restrictive period 0 Opportunist period 0 Dismissive Period