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  • Welcome to Course 2 of Effective ELD Instruction, grouping students. Click Start to begin.
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  • Sound: May I have your attention please? (Clears throat)Hello teachers, this is Principal Owens, before you go off to lunch, I wanted to let you know you should all bring a list of your student groups for ELD to the staff meeting today. I sent you all an email with a list of your Els. If you can all have your groups ready by this afternoon, we can all go home early! Have a good lunch.
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  • Max has an IEP for speech and language, he has some auditory processing issues, so sometimes he has trouble with the listening and speaking part of assessments. He is an English learner, but sometimes his assessment results don’t reflect his actual abilities.
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  • Ryan has and is currently in the RSP program, he mostly needs help in math so his learning differences don’t really effect his language skills.
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  • Splash Effective ELD Instruction Course 2: Grouping Students START
  • MenuEffective ELD InstructionCourse 1.1 Introduction to Effective ELDCourse 1.2 Grouping Students Task 1: Determine Students’ Proficiency Levels Task 2: Create Student Groups Click Menu to go to task list ? MENU RESOURCES
  • Help FAQsHow do I choose another course?How do I skip tasks?How to I start over? Click Menu to go to task list ? MENU RESOURCES
  • ResourcesEffective ELD Instruction Proficiency Levels: Descriptions of Each Level Lau Plan: Full Text (Link to external SFUSD web site) Click Menu to go to task list ? MENU RESOURCES
  • CELDT Level What Students Can DoLevel 1: Beginning • Nod and shake head to answer questions • Point to objects or print • Sort objects into categories • Draw pictures and label drawings and diagrams • Give yes/no answers to simple questionsLevel 2: Early Intermediate • Repeat sentences, mimic intonation and reproduce familiar phrases • Attempt to talk, making extensive pronunciation and grammatical errors • Generate and speak in simple sentences • Read some basic vocabulary and write simple sentencesLevel 3: Intermediate • Describe people, places and events • Read and retell from a variety of text • Begin to identify main idea and detailsLevel 4: Early Advanced • Demonstrate ability to use higher order language to synthesize, analyze, evaluate, persuade and debate • Demonstrate both social and academic understanding of languageLevel 5: Advanced • Read and respond to grade level text • Respond to and use figurative language and idiomatic expressions appropriately • Organize and generate written compositions Click Menu to go to task list ? MENU RESOURCES
  • STARTLesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • In order to complete this course, you must complete the following tasks:Check email Task 1. Determine English Proficiency Levels Task 2. Create Student Groupings Click Check Email to begin Task 1 Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • The first thing you need to do is determine each student’s English proficiency level. You may click Resources for more information about English Proficiency levels at any time. Click Next to continue. NEXTLesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. Wong, Max Reyes, JohnThompson, Ryan When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. Max Wong Wong, Max Age: 9 Click CELDT Data or Grade: 4 IEP: Speech and Language Home Language: Cantonese for more information. CELDT Data Click Level Student to IEP: Speech and Language assign proficiency level. Reyes, John Notes: Max is able to read at a second/third grade level. He makes LEVEL STUDENT mistakes, but understands basic vocabulary. He is able to write simple sentences.Thompson, Ryan When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. CELDT Results: Wong, Max Max Wong Wong, Max Age: 9 Listening: 507 Intermediate Grade: 4 (Score Range 220-640) Home Language: Cantonese CELDT Data Speaking: 491 Intermediate (Score Range 200-720) IEP: Speech and Language Reading : 280 Beginning Reyes, John Notes: Max is able to read at a (Score Range 280-700) second/third grade level. He makes mistakes, but understands basic Writing: 446 Beginning vocabulary. He is able to write simple (Score Range 220-720) sentences. Overall Score:446 Beginning (Score Range 230-700)Thompson, Ryan OK When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. Max Wong Wong, Max Age: 9 Grade: 4 Home Language: Cantonese CELDT Data IEP: Speech and Language Reyes, John Notes: Max is able to read at a second/third grade level. He makes mistakes, but understands basic Click the video to learn more vocabulary. He is able to write simple about Max’s IEP sentences.Thompson, Ryan OK When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. Max Wong What is Max’s English Wong, Max Age: 9 Proficiency Level? Grade: 4 a. Beginning Home Language: Cantonese b. Early Intermediate CELDT Data c. Intermediate IEP: Speech and Language d. Early Advanced Reyes, John Notes: Max is able to read at a second/third grade level. He makes mistakes, but understands basic vocabulary. He is able to write simple sentences. LEVEL STUDENTThompson, Ryan OK When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. Max Wong What is Max’s English Wong, Max Age: 9 Proficiency Level? Grade: 4 a. Beginning Home Language: Cantonese b. Early Intermediate CELDT Data c. Intermediate IEP: Speech and Language d. Early Advanced Reyes, John Notes: Max is able to read at a Incorrect: second/third grade level. He makes Max’s scores do not indicate this mistakes, but understands basic is his proficiency level. vocabulary. He is able to write simple Please try again. sentences. LEVEL STUDENTThompson, Ryan OK When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. Max Wong What is Max’s English Wong, Max Age: 9 Proficiency Level? Grade: 4 a. Beginning Home Language: Cantonese b. Early Intermediate CELDT Data c. Intermediate IEP: Speech and Language d. Early Advanced Reyes, John Notes: Max is able to read at a Incorrect: second/third grade level. He makes Max’s scores do not indicate this mistakes, but understands basic is his proficiency level. vocabulary. He is able to write simple Please try again. sentences. LEVEL STUDENTThompson, Ryan OK When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. Max Wong What is Max’s English Wong, Max Age: 9 Proficiency Level? Grade: 4 a. Beginning Home Language: Cantonese b. Early Intermediate CELDT Data c. Intermediate IEP: Speech and Language d. Early Advanced Reyes, John Notes: Max is able to read at a Correct: second/third grade level. He makes Max’s abilities are not accurately mistakes, but understands basic reflected in his CELDT scores. Based vocabulary. He is able to write simple on observations and input from the sentences. speech pathologist, This is the correct LEVEL STUDENT choice. Click a different student, or click nextThompson, Ryan to begin Task 2. OK When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. Max Wong What is Max’s English Wong, Max Age: 9 Proficiency Level? Grade: 4 a. Beginning Home Language: Cantonese b. Early Intermediate CELDT Data c. Intermediate IEP: Speech and Language d. Early Advanced Reyes, John Notes: Max is able to read at a Incorrect: second/third grade level. He makes Max’s CELDT level is beginning, so mistakes, but understands basic this is a logical choice, but his IEP for vocabulary. He is able to write simple speech and language should be taken sentences. into consideration. LEVEL STUDENT Please try again.Thompson, Ryan OK When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. John Reyes Wong, Max Age: 8 Click CELDT Data for Grade: 4 more information. Home Language: Spanish CELDT Data Click Level Student to assign proficiency level. Reyes, John Notes: John is able to describe people, places and things. He is also LEVEL STUDENT able to identify main ideas and details in text. John makes some mistakes in reading, but is generally able to retell what he has read from a variety ofThompson, Ryan text. When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. CELDT Results: Reyes, John John Reyes Wong, Max Age: 8 Click CELDT Data for Advanced Listening: 547 Early Grade: 4 more information. (Score Range 220-640) Home Language: Spanish CELDT Data Click Level Student to Advanced Speaking: 525 Early (Score Range 200-720) assign proficiency level. Reading : 537 Intermediate Reyes, John Notes: John is able to describe (Score Range 280-700) people, places and things. He is also LEVEL STUDENT able to identify main ideas and details Writing: 530 Intermediate in text. John makes some mistakes in (Score Range 220-720) reading, but is generally able to retell what he has read from a variety of Overall Score: 534 Intermediate (Score Range 230-700)Thompson, Ryan text. OK When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. John Reyes What is John’s English Wong, Max Age: 8 Proficiency Level? Click CELDT Data for Grade: 4 more information. a. Beginning Home Language: Spanish b. Early Intermediate Click Level Student to CELDT Data assign proficiency level. c. Intermediate d. Early Advanced Reyes, John Notes: John is able to describe people, places and things. He is also LEVEL STUDENT able to identify main ideas and details in text. John makes some mistakes in reading, but is generally able to retell what he has read from a variety ofThompson, Ryan text. OK When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. John Reyes What is John’s English Wong, Max Age: 8 Proficiency Level? Click CELDT Data for Grade: 4 more information. a. Beginning Home Language: Spanish b. Early Intermediate Click Level Student to CELDT Data assign proficiency level. c. Intermediate d. Early Advanced Reyes, John Notes: John is able to describe Incorrect: people, places and things. He is also LEVEL STUDENT indicate this John’s scores do not able to identify main ideas and details is his proficiency level. in text. John makes some mistakes in Please try again. reading, but is generally able to retell what he has read from a variety ofThompson, Ryan text. OK When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. John Reyes What is John’s English Wong, Max Age: 8 Proficiency Level? Click CELDT Data for Grade: 4 more information. a. Beginning Home Language: Spanish b. Early Intermediate Click Level Student to CELDT Data assign proficiency level. c. Intermediate d. Early Advanced Reyes, John Notes: John is able to describe Incorrect: people, places and things. He is also LEVEL STUDENT indicate this John’s scores do not able to identify main ideas and details is his proficiency level. in text. John makes some mistakes in Please try again. reading, but is generally able to retell what he has read from a variety ofThompson, Ryan text. OK When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. John Reyes What is John’s English Wong, Max Age: 8 Proficiency Level? Click CELDT Data for Grade: 4 more information. a. Beginning Home Language: Spanish b. Early Intermediate Click Level Student to CELDT Data assign proficiency level. c. Intermediate d. Early Advanced Reyes, John Notes: John is able to describe Correct: people, places and things. He is also LEVELno other data to consider, With STUDENT able to identify main ideas and details John’s proficiency level will be based in text. John makes some mistakes in on his CELDT score. reading, but is generally able to retell Click a different student, or click next what he has read from a variety of to begin Task 2.Thompson, Ryan text. OK When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. John Reyes What is John’s English Wong, Max Age: 8 Proficiency Level? Click CELDT Data for Grade: 4 more information. a. Beginning Home Language: Spanish b. Early Intermediate Click Level Student to CELDT Data assign proficiency level. c. Intermediate d. Early Advanced Reyes, John Notes: John is able to describe Incorrect: people, places and things. He is also LEVEL STUDENT indicate this John’s scores do not able to identify main ideas and details is his proficiency level. in text. John makes some mistakes in Please try again. reading, but is generally able to retell what he has read from a variety ofThompson, Ryan text. OK When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. Ryan Thompson Wong, Max Age: 8 Click CELDT Data or Grade: 4 IEP: RSP Home Language: Portugese for more information. CELDT Data Click Level Student to IEP: RSP assign proficiency level. Reyes, John Notes: Ryan demonstrates both social and academic understanding of LEVEL STUDENT language. He is able to engage in conversation and produce sequential narratives.Thompson, Ryan When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. CELDT Results: Thompson, Ryan Ryan Thompson Wong, Max Age: 8 Click CELDT Data Advanced Listening: 640 or Grade: 4 IEP: RSP Range 220-640) (Score Home Language: Portugese for more information. CELDT Data Speaking: 525 Early Advanced (Score Range 200-720) Click Level Student to IEP: RSP assign proficiency level. Reading : 578 Early Advanced Reyes, John Notes: Ryan demonstrates both social (Score Range 280-700) and academic understanding of LEVEL STUDENT language. He is able to engage in Writing: 603 Advanced conversation and produce sequential (Score Range 220-720) narratives. Overall Score: 586 Early Advanced (Score Range 230-700)Thompson, Ryan OK When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. Ryan Thompson Wong, Max Age: 8 Click CELDT Data or Grade: 4 IEP: RSP Home Language: Portugese for more information. CELDT Data Click Level Student to IEP: RSP assign proficiency level. Reyes, John Notes: Ryan demonstrates both social and academic understanding of LEVEL STUDENT language. He is able to engage in Click the video to learn more conversation and produce sequential about Ryan’s IEP narratives.Thompson, Ryan OK When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. Ryan Thompson What is Ryan’s English Wong, Max Age: 8 Proficiency Level? Click CELDT Data or Grade: 4 IEP: RSP a. Beginning Home Language: Portugese for more information. b. Early Intermediate CELDT Data Click Level Student to c. Intermediate IEP: RSP assign proficiency level. d. Early Advanced Reyes, John Notes: Ryan demonstrates both social and academic understanding of LEVEL STUDENT language. He is able to engage in conversation and produce sequential narratives.Thompson, Ryan OK When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. Ryan Thompson What is Ryan’s English Wong, Max Age: 8 Proficiency Level? Click CELDT Data or Grade: 4 IEP: RSP a. Beginning Home Language: Portugese for more information. b. Early Intermediate CELDT Data Click Level Student to c. Intermediate IEP: RSP assign proficiency level. d. Early Advanced Reyes, John Notes: Ryan demonstrates both social Incorrect: and academic understanding of LEVEL STUDENT indicate this Ryan’s scores do not language. He is able to engage in is his proficiency level. conversation and produce sequential Please try again. narratives.Thompson, Ryan OK When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. Ryan Thompson What is Ryan’s English Wong, Max Age: 8 Proficiency Level? Click CELDT Data or Grade: 4 IEP: RSP a. Beginning Home Language: Portugese for more information. b. Early Intermediate CELDT Data Click Level Student to c. Intermediate IEP: RSP assign proficiency level. d. Early Advanced Reyes, John Notes: Ryan demonstrates both social Incorrect: and academic understanding of LEVEL STUDENT indicate this Ryan’s scores do not language. He is able to engage in is his proficiency level. conversation and produce sequential Please try again. narratives.Thompson, Ryan OK When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. Ryan Thompson What is Ryan’s English Wong, Max Age: 8 Proficiency Level? Click CELDT Data or Grade: 4 IEP: RSP a. Beginning Home Language: Portugese for more information. b. Early Intermediate CELDT Data Click Level Student to c. Intermediate IEP: RSP assign proficiency level. d. Early Advanced Reyes, John Notes: Ryan demonstrates both social Incorrect: and academic understanding of LEVEL STUDENT indicate this Ryan’s scores do not language. He is able to engage in is his proficiency level. conversation and produce sequential Please try again. narratives.Thompson, Ryan OK When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. Ryan Thompson What is Ryan’s English Wong, Max Age: 8 Proficiency Level? Click CELDT Data or Grade: 4 IEP: RSP a. Beginning Home Language: Portugese for more information. b. Early Intermediate CELDT Data Click Level Student to c. Intermediate IEP: RSP assign proficiency level. d. Early Advanced Reyes, John Notes: Ryan demonstrates both social Correct: and academic understanding of LEVEL STUDENT indicate this is Ryan’s CELDT scores language. He is able to engage in his level. Ryan’s special education conversation and produce sequential designation does not effect his narratives. English proficiency. Click a different student, or click next to begin Task 2.Thompson, Ryan OK When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. Julia Garcia Wong, Max Age: 9 Click CELDT Data for Grade: 4 more information. Home Language: Spanish CELDT Data Click Level Student to assign proficiency level. Reyes, John Notes: Julia demonstrates both social and academic understanding of LEVEL STUDENT language. She is able to engage in conversation and produce sequential narratives. Julia uses higher order language to synthesize, analyze,Thompson, Ryan evaluate, persuade and debate. When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. CELDT Results: Garcia, Julia Julia Garcia Wong, Max Age: 9 Click CELDT Data Advanced Listening: 640 for Grade: 4 more information. (Score Range 220-640) Home Language: Spanish CELDT Data Click Level Student to Advanced Speaking: 537 Early (Score Range 200-720) assign proficiency level. Reading : 543 Intermediate Reyes, John Notes: Julia demonstrates both social (Score Range 280-700) and academic understanding of LEVEL STUDENT language. She is able to engage in Writing: 561 Early Advanced conversation and produce sequential (Score Range 220-720) narratives. Julia uses higher order language to synthesize, analyze, Overall Score: 570 Early Advanced (Score Range 230-700)Thompson, Ryan evaluate, persuade and debate. OK When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. Julia Garcia What is Julia’s English Wong, Max Age: 9 Proficiency Level? Click CELDT Data for Grade: 4 more information. a. Beginning Home Language: Spanish b. Early Intermediate Click Level Student to CELDT Data assign proficiency level. c. Intermediate d. Early Advanced Reyes, John Notes: Julia demonstrates both social and academic understanding of LEVEL STUDENT language. She is able to engage in conversation and produce sequential narratives. Julia uses higher order language to synthesize, analyze,Thompson, Ryan evaluate, persuade and debate. OK When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. Julia Garcia What is Julia’s English Wong, Max Age: 9 Proficiency Level? Click CELDT Data for Grade: 4 more information. a. Beginning Home Language: Spanish b. Early Intermediate Click Level Student to CELDT Data assign proficiency level. c. Intermediate d. Early Advanced Reyes, John Notes: Julia demonstrates both social Incorrect: and academic understanding of LEVEL scores do not indicate this Julia’s STUDENT language. She is able to engage in is her proficiency level. conversation and produce sequential Please try again. narratives. Julia uses higher order language to synthesize, analyze,Thompson, Ryan evaluate, persuade and debate. OK When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. Julia Garcia What is Julia’s English Wong, Max Age: 9 Proficiency Level? Click CELDT Data for Grade: 4 more information. a. Beginning Home Language: Spanish b. Early Intermediate Click Level Student to CELDT Data assign proficiency level. c. Intermediate d. Early Advanced Reyes, John Notes: Julia demonstrates both social Incorrect: and academic understanding of LEVEL scores do not indicate this Julia’s STUDENT language. She is able to engage in is her proficiency level. conversation and produce sequential Please try again. narratives. Julia uses higher order language to synthesize, analyze,Thompson, Ryan evaluate, persuade and debate. OK When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. Julia Garcia What is Julia’s English Wong, Max Age: 9 Proficiency Level? Click CELDT Data for Grade: 4 more information. a. Beginning Home Language: Spanish b. Early Intermediate Click Level Student to CELDT Data assign proficiency level. c. Intermediate d. Early Advanced Reyes, John Notes: Julia demonstrates both social Incorrect: and academic understanding of LEVEL scores do not indicate this Julia’s STUDENT language. She is able to engage in is her proficiency level. conversation and produce sequential Please try again. narratives. Julia uses higher order language to synthesize, analyze,Thompson, Ryan evaluate, persuade and debate. OK When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • These students are English Learners. Click the students to view their files and determine their proficiency levels. Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings. Julia Garcia What is Julia’s English Wong, Max Age: 9 Proficiency Level? Click CELDT Data for Grade: 4 more information. a. Beginning Home Language: Spanish b. Early Intermediate Click Level Student to CELDT Data assign proficiency level. c. Intermediate d. Early Advanced Reyes, John Notes: Julia demonstrates both social Correct: and academic understanding of LEVELno other data to consider, With STUDENT language. She is able to engage in Julia’s proficiency level will be based conversation and produce sequential on her CELDT score. narratives. Julia uses higher order Click a different student, or click language to synthesize, analyze, next to begin Task 2.Thompson, Ryan evaluate, persuade and debate. OK When you are done, Click Next to begin Task 2: Create Student Groupings NEXT Garcia, Julia Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • Task 2: Create Student Groups Now that you have determined each student’s proficiency level, it is time to put them into groups for ELD instruction. Wong, Max Guidelines for ELD Groups: • No more than 2 proficiency levels per group • If more than one level per group, students must be within one level of each other Reyes, John •EOs may only be grouped with advanced studentsThompson, RyanGarcia, Julia Click a studentto return to Task 1 Click Next to continue NEXT Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • Task 2: Create Student Groups Now that you have determined each student’s proficiency level, it is time to put them into groups for ELD instruction. Wong, Max Select the best answer Option A Option B Group 1. Max, Julia, and John Group 1. John, Max, Ryan Group 2. Ryan Group 2. Julia Reyes, John Option C Option DThompson, Ryan Group 1. John, Julia Group 1. Ryan, Julia Group 2. Max, Ryan Group 2. John, MaxGarcia, Julia Click a studentto return to Task 1 Click Next when you are done NEXT Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • Task 2: Create Student Groups Now that you have determined each student’s proficiency level, it is time to put them into groups for ELD instruction. Wong, Max Select the best answer Option A Option B Group 1. Max, Julia, and John Group 1. John, Max, Ryan Group 2. Ryan Group 2. Julia Reyes, John Incorrect Option C Option DThompson, Ryan Group 1. John, Julia Group 1. Ryan, Julia Group 2. Max, Ryan Group 2. John, MaxGarcia, Julia Click a studentto return to Task 1 Click Next when you are done NEXT Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • Task 2: Create Student Groups Now that you have determined each student’s proficiency level, it is time to put them into groups for ELD instruction. Wong, Max Select the best answer Option A Option B Group 1. Max, Julia, and John Group 1. John, Max, Ryan Group 2. Ryan Group 2. Julia Reyes, John Incorrect Option C Option DThompson, Ryan Group 1. John, Julia Group 1. Ryan, Julia Group 2. Max, Ryan Group 2. John, MaxGarcia, Julia Click a studentto return to Task 1 Click Next when you are done NEXT Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • Task 2: Create Student Groups Now that you have determined each student’s proficiency level, it is time to put them into groups for ELD instruction. Wong, Max Select the best answer Option A Option B Group 1. Max, Julia, and John Group 1. John, Max, Ryan Group 2. Ryan Group 2. Julia Reyes, John Option C Option DThompson, Ryan Group 1. John, Julia Group 1. Ryan, Julia Group 2. Max, Ryan Group 2. John, Max CorrectGarcia, Julia Click a studentto return to Task 1 Click Next when you are done NEXT Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • Task 2: Create Student Groups Now that you have determined each student’s proficiency level, it is time to put them into groups for ELD instruction. Wong, Max Select the best answer Option A Option B Group 1. Max, Julia, and John Group 1. John, Max, Ryan Group 2. Ryan Group 2. Julia Reyes, John Option C Option DThompson, Ryan Group 1. John, Julia Group 1. Ryan, Julia Group 2. Max, Ryan Group 2. John, Max IncorrectGarcia, Julia Click a studentto return to Task 1 Click Next when you are done NEXT Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES
  • Congratulations!You are ready to move on to the next course. Click Next to go to course 3 NEXT Lesson 1.2 Grouping Students ? MENU RESOURCES