ELP Standards

profilelovekita

 

Review the English Language Proficiency Standards and the English Language Proficiency Standards Guidance Document on the Arizona Department of Education website. 

Complete the ELP Standard Comparison Chart

Submit your assignment.

  

ELP Standard Comparison Chart

Complete Parts 1 and 2 below.

Part 1: Charts

Complete the charts below.

Select one ELP Standard in the domain and stage of your choice. Choose a standard that has a performance indicator for each proficiency level (Pre-Emergent, Emergent, Basic, Low-Intermediate, and High-Intermediate). Complete the ELP Standard Information chart with this information.

Complete the Performance Indicators chart to show the growth in student expectations in the performance objectives for each proficiency level (Pre-Emergent, Emergent, Basic, Low-Intermediate, and High-Intermediate) for the ELP Standard you selected. 

ELP Standard Information

   

Stage


Domain


Standard Number    and Description

 

Example:   Stage 2 Grades 1-2


Reading Domain


Standard 1: Print Concepts

The student will   demonstrate understanding of print concepts of the English Language.

 

<insert text>


<insert text>


<insert text>

Performance Indicators

The student will demonstrate knowledge of print concepts by: <insert text>

   

Pre-Emergent


Emergent


Basic


Low-Intermediate


High-Intermediate

 

PE-5:   repeating the letters of the alphabet in order with a visual model.


E-5: organizing the letters of the alphabet   in order with a visual model.


B-5: alphabetizing a series of words to   the first letter with instructional support.


LI-5: alphabetizing a series of words to   the first letter.


HI-5: alphabetizing a series of words to   the second letter with instructional support.

 

<insert text>


<insert text>


<insert text>


<insert text>


<insert text>

Part 2: Reflection

Write a 350- to 525-word reflection that describes examples of how a teacher can meet the needs of students in each proficiency level for the ELP Standard you selected. Consider the fact that during a lesson, the teacher may need to adjust one or more portions of the lesson for students who are at different proficiency levels. 

    • a year ago
    • 10
    Answer(2)

    Purchase the answer to view it

      Purchase the answer to view it

      NOT RATED
      • attachment
        ELPstandards2.docx
      • attachment
        sei300_v7_wk2_elp_standard_comparison_chart1.docx
      • attachment
        turnitinreport98765788765.pdf