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English Language Development

Levels of Proficiency
Beginning
Student
Behaviors
(3-6 Months)
Silent
Yes/No Responses
Nonverbal –
Facial expressions
Gestures
Beginning
Instructional
Strategies
Simple Speech
Realia
Visuals
Read to
Student
Early Intermediate
3 months-1 year

Retells Story Events

Basic Vocabulary
Grammatical Errors

 Student Behaviors

Simple...
Early
Intermediate
Instructional
Stategies
Predictable Books
Story Frames
Journals
Charts
Direct Vocab.
Instruction
Intermediate
1-3 Years

Identifies Main Ideas
Summary Statements

Articulates Comparisons
Defines New Vocabulary

 Studen...
Intermediate Instructional
Strategies
Study Skills, Use Cognates, Word
Origins, Writing, Media Tools, How & Why
Early Advanced
3-4 Years

Uses Academic Vocabulary
Not Quite Grade Level
Proficient in Academic Areas

 Student Behaviors...
Early
Advanced
Strategies
Written Language
Development
Study/Learning Skills
Formal Grammar
Instruction
SDAIE Strategies
Advanced
>3 Years

Generates Discussion
Speaks in Social Settings
Reads/Writes at Grade Level

 Student Behaviors

Compre...
Advanced
Strategies
Expand Academic
Vocabulary

Refine Writing
Skills
Refine
Research/Study
Skills
Assign Complex
Projects
Works Consulted
Quick Assessment Guide for English Language
Development Levels of Proficiency
Boyd-Batstone(2006) Differen...
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  1. 1. English Language Development Levels of Proficiency
  2. 2. Beginning Student Behaviors (3-6 Months) Silent Yes/No Responses Nonverbal – Facial expressions Gestures
  3. 3. Beginning Instructional Strategies Simple Speech Realia Visuals Read to Student
  4. 4. Early Intermediate 3 months-1 year Retells Story Events Basic Vocabulary Grammatical Errors  Student Behaviors Simple Sentences
  5. 5. Early Intermediate Instructional Stategies Predictable Books Story Frames Journals Charts Direct Vocab. Instruction
  6. 6. Intermediate 1-3 Years Identifies Main Ideas Summary Statements Articulates Comparisons Defines New Vocabulary  Student Behaviors Descriptive Vocabulary
  7. 7. Intermediate Instructional Strategies Study Skills, Use Cognates, Word Origins, Writing, Media Tools, How & Why
  8. 8. Early Advanced 3-4 Years Uses Academic Vocabulary Not Quite Grade Level Proficient in Academic Areas  Student Behaviors Appears Orally Fluent
  9. 9. Early Advanced Strategies Written Language Development Study/Learning Skills Formal Grammar Instruction SDAIE Strategies
  10. 10. Advanced >3 Years Generates Discussion Speaks in Social Settings Reads/Writes at Grade Level  Student Behaviors Comprehends Content
  11. 11. Advanced Strategies Expand Academic Vocabulary Refine Writing Skills Refine Research/Study Skills Assign Complex Projects
  12. 12. Works Consulted Quick Assessment Guide for English Language Development Levels of Proficiency Boyd-Batstone(2006) Differentiated Early Literacy for English Language Learners. Boston, MA: Allyn& Bacon.
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