Nebraska K-12 Guidelines and Project Talk, Lesson Strategies that Work, © 2000 by John Golden, Project TALK. Used by Permission.
PPT of discussion on rule 15, Title III and regional decisions.
el achieve: Systematic English Language Development
The framework is based on Project Talk, Lesson Strategies that Work, © 2000 by John Golden, Project TALK. Used by Permission. The curriculum is learner-based. School districts are expected to assess the language proficiency of students receiving ESL services. Instruction then occurs based upon their language proficiency. Simple lessons are provided. Instructors would need to locate images and gestures to support these basic ideas and to teach with repetition and much oral practice.
ESL materials available in ESU#13 SOAR professional library.
Nebraska requirements and supportive tools and templates to conduct identification, program and program review.
Copies of the new ELP standards and support documents adopted in winter 2013.
Handouts and information including new Title III budget, ELPA21 test development process, requirements.
Elevate your ELLs with these strategies!
Video 1 is a recording of Susan O'Hara sharing information on academic language and conversations! This is about 3 hours long. Please slide the timer to minute 21:33 where that content begins.
Video 2 includes a glimpse at some secondary content support resources for ELL and quick overview of the federal guidelines letter. The rest is worktime for alignment and won't need to be watched.
ESL 516 - (Jan. 31, 2015) Unit Assignment
Classroom Instruction That Works - March 7, 2015
Thank you to study participants. Final report and powerpoint can be found here.
These are the handouts and materials shared during the session.