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  • 1. ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNER (ELL) PREREFERRAL CHECKLIST By Jarice Butterfield, Ph. D. Directions: The school site referral team complete this checklist to help determine if the referral of an ELL student to special education may or may not be possibly appropriate. Yes No Has the student received appropriate core curriculum instruction that is appropriate for EL students such as: thematic instruction, collaborative learning opportunities, use of advance organizers, spiraled curriculum, and reading & writing instruction Describe: Yes No Has the student received intensive interventions using appropriate materials and strategies designed for ELLs implemented with fidelity over time (recommended 6 months to 1 year) and demonstrated little or no progress? Describe: Yes No Does the team have data regarding the rate of learning over time (compared to like peers) to support that the difficulties are most likely due to a disability versus a language difference? Areas of comparison:  Academic  Social-emotional  Speech & Language Describe: Yes No Has the team consulted with the parent regarding learning patterns and language use in the home? Comments: Yes No Are the error patterns seen in L1 similar to the patterns seen in L2 (if student has sufficient native language skills and like comparative tools are available)? Describe:
  • 2. Yes No Are the learning difficulties and/or language acquisition patterns manifested over time similar in different settings and in different contexts (home, school, and community)? Describe: Adapted from Jarice Butterfield’s ELLs With Disabilities Training Materials

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