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Sample timeline for implementing ap course singleton
 

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    Sample timeline for implementing ap course singleton Sample timeline for implementing ap course singleton Document Transcript

    • The following is an example of a timeline that the Y-AP @ Verona committee could implement: <br />SAMPLE TIMELINE FOR IMPLEMENTING<br />THE TEXAS MIDDLE SCHOOL PROGRAM FOR AP* SPANISH<br />Retrieved from http://www.teamiddleschoolspanish.org/implementation/SampleProgram_ImplementationTimeline.pdf on March 1, 2010<br />SEPTEMBER<br />• Establish your middle school and high schools teams for each participating school<br />• Identify each team member’s responsibilities<br />• Make sure each team member has a thorough understanding of the program<br />• Set team meeting schedule<br />• Register to attend a one-day or two-day AP Overview Conference for LOTE during the fall<br />OCTOBER<br />• Outline specifics for the program<br />• Begin determining budget items<br />• Begin development of student survey and placement exam or evaluate placement exams<br />available for purchase<br />• Begin development of student and parent brochures<br />• Set placement testing on the calendar for February<br />NOVEMBER<br />• Finish local development of survey and placement exam or decide which publisher test to<br />purchase<br />• Plan January parent meeting<br />• Write generic parent invitation letter<br />• Complete parent brochure<br />DECEMBER<br />• Print surveys, placement exams, and parent brochures<br />• Outline process as to how surveys will be disseminated<br />• Outline process for administering placement exams<br />JANUARY<br />• Distribute surveys to identify eligible students<br />• Review surveys and identify possible course candidates<br />• Hold parent meeting to explain program<br />• Notify parents their students have been identified for program through survey<br />• Inform parents of placement testing<br />FEBRUARY<br />• Administer placement exams<br />• Select students for program<br />• Notify parents and students<br />• Establish parent/student contract for course if desired<br />• Register Spanish AP teacher(s) for summer AP institute<br />MARCH<br />• Work with counselors on student placement<br />• Research use of equipment (tape recorders/MP3 players) for testing and determine amount for<br />budget<br />• Begin planning summer institute – location, transportation, instructional materials, guest<br />speakers, field trips, etc.<br />APRIL<br />• Team meeting<br />• Work with textbook coordinator to order Spanish 4 books – free from the state if district<br />selects from approved list<br />• Determine additional program materials and instructional materials that the teachers will need,<br />plan for budget, and order instructional materials<br />• Have all summer institute materials ready for printing<br />MAY<br />• Final parent meeting of the year to discuss summer institute, transportation, etc.<br />• Determine curriculum writing team<br />JUNE<br />• Summer Institute<br />• Curriculum writing – Same as high school with MS age-appropriate activities (District may<br />choose to write curriculum during the school year)<br />AT FIRST MIDDLE SCHOOL STAFF MEETING, ANNOUNCE PROGRAM TO ALL STAFF.<br />Copyright © 2006 Texas Education Agency<br />*AP, Advanced Placement Program, and Pre-AP are registered trademarks of the College Board, which does not endorse nor was involved in the production of this document.<br />