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<ul><li><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*</p><p>English Language Proficiency Standards (ELPS)</p><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*</p></li><li><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*Essential questionsUser friendly materialsTemplate for guided practice(ELPS/Outcome/Evidence/actions)Different lenses: what we are already doing, what would we expect to see, as a director, a classroom teacher, how would use these.Examples of objectives using CSCOPE lessonsTie back to Region XIII workshops </p><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*</p></li><li><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*Essential Question</p><p>How can I help English language learners attain English better?</p><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*</p></li><li><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*What were doingSheltered Instruction InitiativeESL AcademiesInternal SupportTitle III SSA Teacher Leadership NetworkBilingual and ESL Program SupportGeneral ELL strategies workshops</p><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*</p></li><li><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*Resources for youELL Strategy SheetsCSCOPE NewslettersELL ToolkitELL Institute November 5 with Dr. Kate Kinsella: Developing Academic LanguageSheltered Instruction with John Seidlitz August 11-14, October 16-17</p><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*</p></li><li><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*English Language Proficiency Standards (ELPS)Statutory Requirement 19 Texas Administrative Code 74.4Chapter 74. Curriculum RequirementsSubchapter A. Required Curriculum 74.4 English Language Proficiency Standards</p><p>Approved November 16, 2007These take the place of the ESL TEKS.</p><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*</p></li><li><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*ELPS: English Language Proficiency StandardsIntroductionSchool District ResponsibilitiesCross Curricular Second Language Acquisition Essential Knowledge and SkillsProficiency Level Descriptors</p><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*</p></li><li><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*ELPS: the big ideasLinguistically accommodated instructionDevelop listening, speaking, reading and writingLanguage proficiency levels (beginning, intermediate, advanced, advanced high)</p><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*</p></li><li><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*A. IntroductionELPS part of required curriculumELL need to know social and academic languageIntegrate second language acquisition with content area instruction for all language skillsELL must read, write, listen and speak with increasing complexityELPS SEs apply K-12Level descriptors serve as a road map</p><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*</p></li><li><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII* B. School Districts ShallIdentify students proficiency levelsProvide linguistically accommodated content instructionProvide linguistically accommodated content based language instructionTargeted language instruction for beginning and intermediate ELLs (3-12)</p><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*</p></li><li><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*ELPITOS cheat sheet for you</p><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*</p></li><li><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*Cross-curricular Second Language Acquisition Essential Knowledge and Skills1. Language learning strategies2. Listening3. Speaking4. Reading 5. Writing</p><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*</p></li><li><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*ELPS: (d) Proficiency level descriptorsKindergarten-Grade 12. ELLs may be at the beginningintermediateadvanced, oradvanced high stage of English language acquisition in:Listening SpeakingReadingWriting</p><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*</p></li><li><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*ELPS for Administrators</p><p>Connect ELPS to AMAOS, PBMAS, TELPASDoes special language program of instruction provide academic language development?Does special language program provide intensive linguistic accommodations?Matrix that shows teachers trained in sheltered instructionAdministrative checklists to evaluate implementation of sheltered instruction, linguistic accommodationsShow/Tell about how to use ELPS standards in planning and instruction to develop listening, speaking, reading and writing.Develop plan for ELPS training, documentation</p><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*</p></li><li><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*ELPS for Teachers AwarenessPlan and differentiate instruction based on students of language proficiency levels.Use ELPS to get kids listening, speaking, reading and writing in English during content instructionTeachers write language objectives along with content objectives</p><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*</p></li><li><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*Essential Components of Instruction that help ELL attain English betterPlan linguistically accommodated instructionSet language objectivesAccess/build background knowledgeUse visuals and adapted materialsExplicitly teach vocabularyInteraction strategies (so kids talk)Assessment aligned to language proficiency levels</p><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*</p></li><li><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*Linguistically Accommodated Instruction with ELPSLAV: Vocabulary InstructionLAM: Supplementary materials and adapted contentLAI: InteractionLALI: Linguistically accommodated language instruction (explicit English language instruction in grammar, syntax, and structure)John Seidlitz- Perspective Based Learning</p><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*</p></li><li><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*Essential QuestionHow can I help ELL attain English better?Make a commitment for all students to develop academic language during every lesson.How?Identify language of the student expectationCreate a language objectiveUse sentence stems</p><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*</p></li><li><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*ExampleContent objective: TLW identify and give examples of unalienable rights.If I want students to use this vocabulary orally, which ELP is for me?3D Speak using grade level content area vocabulary in context to internalize new English words and build academic language proficiency</p><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*</p></li><li><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*Language Objectives</p><p>Students will be able to (insert content objective) Orally(by/using)Write(by/using)</p><p>SWBAT orally identify unalienable rights and why they are important by using the phrase Unalienable rights can be defined as_______________. They are important because ___________</p><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*</p></li><li><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*ExampleHow does energy flow in photosynthesis compare with energy flow in cellular respiration?Compare and contrast language structureSWBAT orally compare and contrast photosynthesis and cellular respiration using the sentence stem: Photosynthesis and cellular respiration are alike because ________________Photosynthesis and cellular respiration are distinct from one another in that _____________________</p><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*</p></li><li><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*Next stepsSheltered Instruction training in August (ELPS embedded)General linguistic accommodations training in fallELPS alignment with CSCOPE and 5E modelCSCOPE curriculum will include corresponding ELPS to the performance standards in the Instructional Focus DocumentsELPS/CSCOPE alignment training</p><p>Copyright2007 Education Service Center Region XIII*</p><p>*</p></li></ul>

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