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Preparing for the Spring 2009 English Language Development Assessment. ADE Curriculum, Assessment, & Research, December 3, 2008. ELP Testing Requirement. English Language Proficiency Assessment Title I, Part A Section 1111(b)(7) of ESEA Title III, Part A

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Preparing for the spring 2009 english language development assessment

Preparing for the Spring 2009 English Language Development Assessment

ADE Curriculum, Assessment, & Research, December 3, 2008


Elp testing requirement
ELP Testing Requirement Assessment

English Language Proficiency Assessment

Title I, Part A

  • Section 1111(b)(7) of ESEA

    Title III, Part A

  • Sections 3113(b)(3)(D) and 3121(d)(1) of ESEA


Title i part a
Title I, Part A Assessment

Description: SEAs must provide for an annual assessment of English language proficiency of all LEP students in the State in grades K-12 in the domains of reading, writing, listening, and speaking.


Title iii part a
Title III, Part A Assessment

Description: An annual assessment of English language proficiency of all LEP students in the State in grades K-12 in the domains of reading, writing, listening, speaking, and comprehension.


Who is tested
Who is tested? Assessment

All Language Minority students who are LEP as determined by an initial ELP placement test are take the ELDA each spring, including ELLs whose parents have waived their right to ESL services.


Your lep student roster
Your LEP Student Roster Assessment

  • Include LEP students receiving ESL services

  • Include LEP students not receiving ESL service

  • Note if students are first year LEP.

  • Note the number of years a student has received ESL services.

  • Note the number of years a student has been enrolled in school in the U.S.


Verify your student roster
Verify Your Student Roster Assessment

  • Check each student’s cumulative folder.

  • Make sure that each and every ELL in your districts is listed on your roster.

  • Remove students from your roster who have met requirements for exiting your ESL program.

  • Account for every student for whom you receive a pre-ID label for ELDA administration.


Contents of cumulative folder
Contents of Cumulative Folder Assessment

  • Documentation for all LEP students

    • Accommodations form (required under Title I)

    • Documentation of Reclassification from one year to the next

    • Documentation of criteria met for exiting ESL services

      Examples are available on the ADE LEP page: http://www.arkansased.org/lep/lep.html


Resources
RESOURCES Assessment

  • ADE LEP Curriculum & Assessment Info.

    http://www.arkansased.org/lep/lep.html

  • NCELA

    http://www.ncela.gwu.edu/spotlight/LEP/2008/


Ade car contacts
ADE CAR Contacts Assessment

  • Dr. Andre Guerrero

    State Director of Programs for ELLs

    [email protected]

  • Jim Short

    ELDA Assessment Specialist

    [email protected]

  • Dr. Ellen Treadway

    CAR Deputy Associate Director

    [email protected]


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