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ELL Advising Tool (Grades 6-12). Houston Independent School District Multilingual Programs Department. CLICK HERE TO BEGIN. Select an ELL Category. Is the student: A newcomer (first 3 years of U.S. school) Or A Long-term ELL (5 or more years of U.S. school). Exit. Newcomers.

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ELL Advising Tool (Grades 6-12)

Houston Independent School District

Multilingual Programs Department

CLICK HERE TO BEGIN


Select an ELL Category

Is the student:

A newcomer (first 3 years of U.S. school)

Or

A Long-term ELL (5 or more years of U.S. school)

Exit


Newcomers

Newcomer ELLs benefit from smaller, inclusive learning environments that help them to develop social and academic language. As much as possible, sheltered content classes should be included in ESL programming.

Preliterate/ Beginner/ Intermediate

Advanced or Transitional

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Long-term ELLs

Long-term ELLs are in the ESL program due to gaps in literacy. As much as possible, these students should be afforded the rigors of a mainstream program with reading and writing supports.

Preliterate/ Beginner/ Intermediate

Advanced or Transitional

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Preliterate/ Beginner/ Intermediate Newcomer Scheduling

Preliterate/ Beginner/ Intermediate Newcomer students arrive in the United States with no schooling (Preliterate) or some English proficiency and adequate schooling (Intermediate).

These students benefit from systematic and focused oral language development and instruction geared towards language transfer, building on their native language content knowledge.

Recommended Schedule:

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Advanced or Transitional Newcomer Scheduling

Newcomer students who are identified as having Advanced or Transitional level of English proficiency tend to be highly educated in their native language, and have had exposure to the English language in academic contexts.

These students benefit from the affective support that ESL classes provide, but should be encouraged to focus on building their English literacy as well.

Recommended Schedule:

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Preliterate/ Beginner/ Intermediate Long-term ELL Scheduling

Long-term ELLs who are still at the Preliterate, Beginner or Intermediate English proficiency level have significant gaps in literacy, and require interventions for these.

If dually-serviced as an ELL and Special Education, this student’s progress may need to be evaluated by the LPAC and SpEd chairpersons to determine whether or not a LEP/SpEd Exit is in order.

Recommended Schedule:

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Advanced or Transitional Long-term ELL Scheduling

Long-term ELLs at the Advanced and Transitional level of English proficiency have literacy gaps that may be overcome with proper programming and support.

Recommended Schedule:

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Preliterate/ Beginning/ IntermediateNewcomerMiddle School Schedules

* If the campus is not able to offer “ESL” content classes, these teachers should attend the Everyday Excellence Institute or Sheltered Instruction Plus trainings.

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Preliterate/ Beginning/ IntermediateNewcomer9th Grade Schedules

* If the campus is not able to offer “ESL” content classes, these teachers should attend the Everyday Excellence Institute or Sheltered Instruction Plus trainings.

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Preliterate/ Beginning/ IntermediateNewcomer10th Grade Schedules

* If the campus is not able to offer “ESL” content classes, these teachers should attend the Everyday Excellence Institute or Sheltered Instruction Plus trainings.

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Preliterate/ Beginning/ IntermediateNewcomer11th Grade Schedules

* If the campus is not able to offer “ESL” content classes, these teachers should attend the Everyday Excellence Institute or Sheltered Instruction Plus trainings.

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Preliterate/ Beginning/ IntermediateNewcomer12th Grade Schedules

* If the campus is not able to offer “ESL” content classes, these teachers should attend the Everyday Excellence Institute or Sheltered Instruction Plus trainings.

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Advanced/ TransitionalNewcomerMiddle School Schedules

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Advanced/ TransitionalNewcomer9th Grade Schedules

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Advanced/ TransitionalNewcomer10th Grade Schedules

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Advanced/ TransitionalNewcomer11th Grade Schedules

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Advanced/ TransitionalNewcomer12th Grade Schedules

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Preliterate/ Beginning/ IntermediateLong-term ELLMiddle School Schedules

* If the campus is not able to offer “ESL” content classes, these teachers should attend the Everyday Excellence Institute or Sheltered Instruction Plus trainings.

Exit

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Preliterate/ Beginning/ IntermediateLong-term ELLHigh School Recommendations

  • Long-term ELLs in high school who have been enrolled in U.S. schools for 5+ years and are still at the early stages of English language development may have literacy needs that exceed the scope of language instruction found in ESL classes. These students may:

    • already receive Special Education services, or

    • be in need of IAT consideration.

  • In the case of dually serviced students (SpEd/LEP), the LPAC and ARD committees may review the student’s language development to determine whether a SpEd/LEP Exit may be appropriate.

  • Schools should use discretion when scheduling Long-term ELLs at the early stages of language development in newcomer classes, as these students may not need the oral language development that their newcomer peers require.

    CLICK HERE For Scheduling Recommendations

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Preliterate/ Beginning/ IntermediateLong-term ELLHigh School Scheduling

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Advanced/ TransitionalLong-term ELLMiddle School Schedules

* If the campus is not able to offer “ESL” content classes, these teachers should attend the Everyday Excellence Institute or Sheltered Instruction Plus trainings.

Exit

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Advanced/ TransitionalLong-term ELLHigh School Recommendations

* It is important to note that Long-term ELLs in high school need extra literacy support until they are able to exit the ESL program.

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Call us: 713-556-6961

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