Then and Now: The Changing Paradigms of Special Education Assessment
Grand Canyon University: ESL-533N April 16, 2014
I) ELL Stage II: Grades 1-2 (Listening and Speaking)
A)Per-Emergent Level – This student is at the level of no communication in English. 1)To help this student learn how to speak and listen in the English language this student needs to learn how to say a new object in English. This will help the student to start to practicing their English and it will help them formulate the English language and will into help them to speak in English.
B)Emergent Level – This student is able to understand a little bit in English and can conduct a conversation nut very little. 1) This student still …show more content…
Low Intermediate – A student at this level is able to write sentences with correct grammar. The student is able to write a sentence with a beginning, middle and end but the spelling is still not correct.
1) This student need spelling tests every week and this student needs to still practice writing sentences everyday.
High Intermediate – A student at this level is still progressing in making correct sentences. This student still struggles with spelling but the sentence is able to make the meaning.
1)This student still needs to take a spelling test every week. This student also needs to practice writing sentences everyday.
I)ELL Stage III: Grades 3-5 (Listening and Speaking)
A)Pre-Emergent Level – A student at this level is still trying to grasp the English Language.
1)A student at this level should listen to stories and answer question to the story verbally.
B)Emergent Level – A student at this level can put together simple sentences in English.
1)A student at this level should have plenty of opportunities to have a conversation in English. This student should be place with another student to be given opportunities to have a conversation in English
C) Basic Level – A student at this level can form sentences using proper grammar in English.
1) This student should continue to have conversations in English with their