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A co-worker and I are leading a PD/Collaboration with kinder teachers from 3 different schools. Our task is to educate these teachers on ELP standards and help them plan how to integrate ELP standards in all content areas. Then to facilitate conversations about the implementation of these and troubleshoot any issues that may present.

Anyone have a system/procedure for accomplishing this efficiently and effectively? Any thoughts...ideas?


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By ELP do you me English Language Progressions? I'm in NY and these are slowly coming out for the primary grades. As I understand them though, they are not really standards per se, but rather a spectrum to understand students' progression toward proficiency and more of a tool used for scaffolding and differentiating lessons.

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Marissa,

Yes these are English Language Proficiency Standards, that Washington State teachers will be required to integrate into our daily lessons in the 2015-2016. We are trying to get a start on this and slowly implement this year.

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Hi, I don't want to violate any copyright laws, so I won't put the actual Texas ELPS on here, just the kid friendly language that I use to help them track their progress so that they may assess themselves at the beginning and at the end of the semester. I just read the standards one by one and have them mark a checklist.

Here goes:

I can read new words by “sounding out” letters and by looking at letter patterns in the words.
I always read left to right and top to bottom.
I can read sight words, road signs, and words in my classroom.
I can use charts and pictures to understand more of what I read.
I can read key words in class more and more without help.
I can pick up new words and new knowledge by reading, using pictures and context clues to learn more and more.
I can read many different kinds of writing from simple to complicated, and I can easily retell what I read.
I can read silently by myself for longer periods of time each day.

I can write in English and my spelling matches the sounds in the words I am using.
I can write using key vocabulary words that I have learned in each subject.
I can write using key vocabulary words that I have learned in each subject.
I can read my own writing and I can proofread what I have written.
I can write easy and hard, long sentences in the past, present,
and future. I can use apostrophes and contractions, also.
I can use many kinds of sentence patterns in my writing and I can put smaller sentences together to make longer sentences.

I can speak using English sounds that are unbroken, clear and confident.
I know where and when to use casual and formal language.
I can communicate the main point in a conversation with interesting details and descriptions.
I can use different styles of short and long sentences when I speak.
I can use key words that are on my grade level in every subject
I can speak for longer periods of time using phrases that I have memorized and new language I have learned in class

I can listen and repeat with a “just right” voice in a smooth and clear manner. I can understand long conversations or directions for the material at my grade level.

Question: When you say "facilitate conversations" are you talking about kids or adults?
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Our ELP standards (Arizona) are very similar to the common core standards (for reading, writing and language standards). When lesson planning we try to find ones that match the common core standard. For math, I usually use the speaking and listening ELP standards that deal with asking and answering questions. It is easy to build those into math lessons. We supply sentence stems that students are required to use throughout the lesson.


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