WELCOME TO TEACHING MAKES A WORLD OF A DIFFERENCE! : WELCOME TO TEACHING MAKES A WORLD OF A DIFFERENCE! BECAUSE TEACHING MATTERS! : Standards Aligned Instruction
Emphasis on ESL, Reading and Bilingual Education By: Ms. Snyder, MSED TESOL
NYS Certified and Licensed Education Administrator Topics discussed: : Topics discussed: What Are Standards?
The NYS Learning Standards: Summary
ESL Standards: Summary
Components of an Effective Education Program
ESL/Bilingual Education Compliance
ESL Bilingual Program Description
ESL Bilingual Education Instructional Goals:
Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced and Transitional Topics Discussed: : Topics Discussed: ESL/Bilingual Education Program Management: Needs Assessment and Evaluation
ESL/Bilingual Education Supplemental Placement Tests and Forms for classroom or school use,
ESL/ Bilingual Education Course Descriptions
ESL/Bilingual Education Lesson Plans
ESL/ Bilingual Education Recommended Books with lessons Topics Discussed: : Topics Discussed: ESL/Bilingual Education: Parent Letters, Spanish and English
ESL/Bilingual Education Instructional Assessment Approaches
ESL/Bilingual Education Course Evaluations
Sample ESL Lesson Plans for a Successful Evaluation What Are Academic Standards? : What Are Academic Standards? Academic Standards are a combination of principles that are supposed to make clear what students should learn and what teachers should teach.
Standards developed by state departments of education have been developed to demonstrate what they expect of all students in the in the major 7 content areas discussed later.
Standards are supposed to hold all parts of the education environment accountable for results. What Are Academic Standards? : What Are Academic Standards? Performance Standards are the expected performance of students on measures of academic achievement. An example of a performance standard is the expectation that all students will score a minimum of 80% correct on a performance-based assessment.
Please note all students are expected to meet the same challenging State academic content and student academic achievement standards. This is an extremely difficult task for the beginning level ESL teacher, but can be done with the proper resources, checks and balances systems, dedication and commitment to education. The New York State Learning Standards : The New York State Learning Standards There are 7 content areas that have New York State Standards. It is wise to be familiar with them. The New York State Learning StandardsThe 7 content areas are: : The New York State Learning StandardsThe 7 content areas are: Health, physical Education and Home economics
English Language Arts
Mathematics, Science, and Technology
Languages Other Than English
Career Development and Occupational Studies
The arts The New York State Learning Standards: Number of Standards for Each : The New York State Learning Standards: Number of Standards for Each The New York State Learning Standards There are 3 levels. : The New York State Learning Standards There are 3 levels. ELEMENTARY INTERMEDIATE COMMENCEMENT The New York State Learning StandardsThe 3 levels are divided accordingly: : The New York State Learning StandardsThe 3 levels are divided accordingly: ESL Standards : ESL Standards Goal 1: To use English to communicate in social settings.
Standard 1: Students will use English to participate in social interactions.
Standard 2: Students will interact in, through, and with spoken and written English for personal expression and enjoyment.
Standard 3: Students will use learning strategies to extend their communicative competence. ESL Standards : ESL Standards Goal 2: To use English to achieve academically in all content areas.
Standard 1: Students will use English to interact in the classroom.
Standard 2: Students will use English to obtain, process, construct, and provide subject matter information in spoken and written form.
Standard 3: Students will use appropriate learning strategies to construct and apply academic knowledge. ESL Standards : ESL Standards Goal 3: To use English in socially and culturally appropriate ways.
Standard 1: Students will use appropriate language variety, register, and genre according to audience, purpose, and setting.
Standard 2: Students will use nonverbal communication appropriate to audience, purpose, and setting.
Standard 3: Students will use appropriate learning strategies to extend their sociolinguistic and socio-cultural competence Levels of Language DevelopmentConsiderations for assigning students to levels using percentile scores on an English Language measure. Placement decisions should consider student age, maturity, native language proficiency, and grade level.See: Snyder’s Placement Package. : Levels of Language DevelopmentConsiderations for assigning students to levels using percentile scores on an English Language measure. Placement decisions should consider student age, maturity, native language proficiency, and grade level.See: Snyder’s Placement Package. 1% 13% 20% 30% Beginning Intermediate Advanced Transitional 16% 23% 33% 40% Slide 17: ESL/TOEFL News, Curriculum & Analysis 2010
Analyzing TOEFL iBT Reading Patterns: Classification and Organization
ESL Advanced Level Writing Instructional Plan
Understanding the TOEFL iBT reading section's classification and organization patterns
ESL advanced level writing instructional plan: An analysis for ESL educators
Equity in higher education: The DREAM Act 2010
Does your district integrate English language learners who are recent immigrants?
The Dynamics of an Effective Intermediate Level ESL Program
ESL Intermediate Level Goals and Objectives: Compliance Report Preparation
http://esltoeflreview.blogspot.com/2010/08/esl-intermediate-level-goals-and.html Slide 18: Did the legal right to ESL and Bilingual Education commence with Brown v. Board of Education?
Education Administration and Curriculum Development Initiatives
What NYS laws govern and finance English language learner public education programs?
ESL Intermediate Level Goals and Objectives 43 Pages
TOEFL iBT Reading Test Tips
Click here: Orato: Dynamics of Intermediate ESL/TOEFL TOEFL iBT Teacher Training
ESL ON LINE LESSONS: STUDENT EDITION
http://professor-snydertoeflprep.blogspot.com/2010/08/esltoefl-reading-writing-and-listening.html ESL/TOEFL News, Curriculum & Analysis 2010 Slide 19: Ghandi Lesson Preview:
Ghandi Lesson Plan
ESL Intermediate Level College Reading Instructional Plan: Ghandi
Lesson with Audio: ESL Intermediate Level College Reading, Ghandi
ESL 6 College Level Course Outline Sample
SL Lesson Plan Sample
UPDATED ESL/TOEFL PREPARATION WEB SITES
http://professor-snydertoeflprep.blogspot.com/ ESL/TOEFL News, Curriculum & Analysis 2010