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2012-2013 ESOL    PresentationWelcome back! We look forward    to another great year!
ESOL students at CHES• Most are Hispanic   • A few from Mexico• Majority is from    • 1 from Sudan  Guatemala
ESOL Acronyms• ESOL- English to • ELDA- English  Speakers of        Language  Other Languages    Development              ...
Update On ELDA• 20 ESOL students exited ELDA• Most ESOL students showed  improvement on ELDA• We are proud of our CHES Tea...
Mayan Languages• Spanish        • Quiche• Kanjobal       • ESOL students                   speak and hear 2               ...
State and Local        Guidelines• Important information needs to be  given to parent in native language• Our parents need...
Non Discrimination        Guidelines• The status of student or family is  confidential and cannot be shared• We cannot req...
Rights of an ESOL          Student• Protected under federal, state and local  guidelines & office of civil rights• ELLs ar...
ESOL Monitor Students• These are former ESOL students• They exited with a composite score  of 4 or 5 on the ELDA• They nee...
Mayan Culture• Education is a priority• Students are quiet, bashful and non-  assertive• Parents expect mutual respect• “t...
Literacy of Mayan          Parents• Most parents speak a Mayan or Spanish  dialect• No literacy or minimal literacy• Some ...
Mayan Culture:• Tulum - Mayan Pyramid
Mayan Civilization
The Maya writing system is considered by      archaeologists to be the most sophisticated       system ever developed in M...
The Maya homeland, called Mesoamerica, spansfive countries: Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Honduras,                 and El Sa...
Map of Area• Where our  students are from
Mayan People
Websites:• http://www.neok12.com/Maya-Civilization.htm• http://www.mayaruins.com/yucmap.html• http://www.civilization.ca/c...
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  1. 1. 2012-2013 ESOL PresentationWelcome back! We look forward to another great year!
  2. 2. ESOL students at CHES• Most are Hispanic • A few from Mexico• Majority is from • 1 from Sudan Guatemala
  3. 3. ESOL Acronyms• ESOL- English to • ELDA- English Speakers of Language Other Languages Development Assessment• ESL- English as • ELL –English a Second Language Language Learner
  4. 4. Update On ELDA• 20 ESOL students exited ELDA• Most ESOL students showed improvement on ELDA• We are proud of our CHES Team for their contributions
  5. 5. Mayan Languages• Spanish • Quiche• Kanjobal • ESOL students speak and hear 2 languages• Mam • 1 Sudanese• Acateco student: Arabic and Swahili
  6. 6. State and Local Guidelines• Important information needs to be given to parent in native language• Our parents need it verbally• ESOL interpreters provided for conferences
  7. 7. Non Discrimination Guidelines• The status of student or family is confidential and cannot be shared• We cannot require a social security card for registration• There will be potential personal litigation if there is failure to comply
  8. 8. Rights of an ESOL Student• Protected under federal, state and local guidelines & office of civil rights• ELLs are entitled to modified assignments, grades, tests• Similar modifications provided on state mandated testing• No failure of ELLs without a prior form
  9. 9. ESOL Monitor Students• These are former ESOL students• They exited with a composite score of 4 or 5 on the ELDA• They need two years of monitoring• Monitor students can be pulled back into ESOL if struggling• Report card needed every quarter
  10. 10. Mayan Culture• Education is a priority• Students are quiet, bashful and non- assertive• Parents expect mutual respect• “teacher” is a honorable name• Parent’s would rather be addressed as senor + last name or senora +last name
  11. 11. Literacy of Mayan Parents• Most parents speak a Mayan or Spanish dialect• No literacy or minimal literacy• Some cannot read or write in Spanish• Do not expect parents to help with phonics or reading• Basic Math easier• Majority cannot provide homework help
  12. 12. Mayan Culture:• Tulum - Mayan Pyramid
  13. 13. Mayan Civilization
  14. 14. The Maya writing system is considered by archaeologists to be the most sophisticated system ever developed in Mesoamerica.• Glyphs representing, from left to right, the sky, an ahau (king), a house, a child, and the city of Palenque.
  15. 15. The Maya homeland, called Mesoamerica, spansfive countries: Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, and El Salvador.
  16. 16. Map of Area• Where our students are from
  17. 17. Mayan People
  18. 18. Websites:• http://www.neok12.com/Maya-Civilization.htm• http://www.mayaruins.com/yucmap.html• http://www.civilization.ca/cmc/exhibitions/civil/ maya/mmc01eng.shtml• Created by-• ESOL Teachers: Gabriela Halfin, Vinnie Taneja, Laura Ross and Becca Ritchey

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