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    • WHAT IS AN ELL?A Dictionary of Terms For Teachers
      Teresa Furukawa
      CSE 623, Summer 2010
    • Why?
      This is not an exhaustive dictionary of terms, but an attempt to combine like terms and give working definitions for teachers who are just starting their ESOL journey.
      Not sure what they are talking about?
    • Who?
      ELL – English Language Learner This is the ‘student’ although it may in general refer to any person whose native language is not English but who is acquiring English.
      CLD – Culturally and Linguistically Diverse This is a newer name for an ELL but also encompasses the understanding that many students from other cultures or cultural sub-groups can also need specialized instruction in English.
      LEP- Limited English Proficient An older term for ELL but also referring to a student’s level of English language acquisition
    • What?
      ESL – English as a Second Language : describe a wide variety of programs/methods used to educate students whose native/primary language is not English.
      ESOL – English for Speakers of Other Languages
      L1 – First or Primary Language: the native language of the student
      L2- Second language: second language (often English) and usually the one that is being acquired
    • Bilingual education- An in-school program for students whose first language is not English or who have limited English skills. Bilingual education provides English language development plus subject area instruction in the student's native language. The goal is for the child to gain knowledge and be literate in two languages. (Ed Source)
      Immersion- A program that teaches children to speak, read, and write in a second language by surrounding them with conversation and instruction in that language.
      Fluent English Proficient (FEP)A designation that means that a student is no longer considered as part of the school's English learner population. It refers to students who have learned English. (Ed Source)
    • sheltered EnglishAn instructional approach in which classes are composed entirely of students learning English. Students are taught using methods that make academic instruction in English understandable. In some schools, students may be clustered in a mainstream classroom.
      Examples include: GLAD, SIOP (to be defined in the next edition )
    • Types of Programs
      Dual Language Education:
      aka Two-Way Bilingual, Dual Immersion, Two-Way Immersion
      Goal: bilingualism and bi-literacy of all students (read/write/speak in both languages)
      Type of instruction: all students taught literacy and subjects in both languages by immersion
      90/10 model – 90% L1/10% L2 in early grade
      50/50 model– 50% in each language in older grades
      Length of program: 5-6 years
      Example: Grant School in Salem, OR
    • Developmental Bilingual Education:
      Aka Gradual Exit or Late Exit
      Goal: bilingualism and bi-literacy of all students (read/write/speak in both languages)
      Type of Instruction: Initial literacy/subject instruction in L1, daily ESL instruction with gradual increase in the amount of literacy/subject instruction in English
      90% L1 in k-1 gradually decreasing to 50% or less by grade 4
      Length of program: 5-6 years, with continued instruction in L1 after exit.
      Transitional Bilingual Education:
      Aka Early Exit
      Goal: Assimilate ELL students, L2 acquisition without falling behind academically
      Type of Instruction: Initial literacy/subject instruction in L1, daily ESL instruction, rapid increase in the amount of literacy/subject instruction in English
      10-50% L1, 50-90% in English
      Length of Program: 2-4 years, students exit when English proficient.
    • Structured Immersion:
      Aka Sheltered English, Content Based ESL
      Goal: Assimilate ELLs, quick exit to mainstream classroom
      Type of instruction: sheltered subject matter instruction (immersion) at student’s level of English.
      90-100% in English, may include L1 for clarification.
      Length of program: 1-3 years
      Current Salem-Keizer model
      ESL Pullout:
      Aka Immersion plus ESL
      Goal: assimilate ELLs, remedial English
      Type of Instruction: Mainstream instruction, ELLs pulled out for 30-45 minutes of daily ESL
      90-100% English, may include some L1 support
      Length of Program: as needed
    • Immersion:
      Aka Sink or Swim
      Goal: assimilate ELLs into English-dominant society
      Type of Instruction: Mainstream instruction, no special help with English, 100% English
      Length of Program: n/a
    • Sources
      Educating English learners : language diversity in the classroom
      by James Crawford
      http://www.schoolwisepress.com/smart/dict/dict3.html