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EFL 1 Literacy You: Are learning to break the “code” of written language Are building on verbal skills Know some phonics and sight words Have no or minimal reading or writing skills May have little or no comprehension of how print corresponds to spoken language Identify three things you did this morning that you would have been able to do with if you had only the literacy skills below. Identify three things you did this morning that you would NOT have been able to do with with these literacy skills.

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EFL 2 Literacy You: Know some common sight words and phrases May be able to sound out simple words Have oral language that is more sophisticated than written language skills Are building on literacy & verbal skills Identify three things you did this morning that you would have been able to do with if you had only the literacy skills below. Identify three things you did this morning that you would NOT have been able to do with with these literacy skills.

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EFL 3 Literacy You: Can read most sight words, and many other common words Can read familiar phrases and simple sentences Have a limited understanding of connected prose and may need frequent re-reading Have mastered basics, but oral language is more sophisticated than written language skills Identify three things you did this morning that you would have been able to do with if you had only the literacy skills below. Identify three things you did this morning that you would NOT have been able to do with with these literacy skills.

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EFL 4 Literacy You: Can read simple material on familiar subjects Can comprehend single or linked paragraphs containing a familiar vocabulary Can write simple notes and messages on familiar situations but lacks clarity and focus Have mastered the basics of language; oral language and written language equal in sophistication Identify three things you did this morning that you would have been able to do with if you had only the literacy skills below. Identify three things you did this morning that you would NOT have been able to do with with these literacy skills.

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EFL 1 Numeracy You: Are beginning to recognize and use numbers Can add and subtract single digit numbers Can sort by size and shape Use basic math facts Identify three things you did this morning that you would have been able to do with if you had only the numeracy skills below. Identify three things you did this morning that you would NOT have been able to do with with these numeracy skills.

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EFL 2 Numeracy You: Can add, subtract, multiply, and divide using whole numbers under 100 Use simple fractions Know when to apply basic operations to simple problems Identify three things you did this morning that you would have been able to do with if you had only the numeracy skills below. Identify three things you did this morning that you would NOT have been able to do with with these numeracy skills.

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EFL 3 Numeracy You: Can calculate well and may enjoy the “pencil and paper” approach Can use basic fractions, decimals, and percents Identify three things you did this morning that you would have been able to do with if you had only the numeracy skills below. Identify three things you did this morning that you would NOT have been able to do with with these numeracy skills.

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EFL 4 Numeracy You: Can do whole number and fraction arithmetic Are able to compute with and apply fractions, decimals, and percents Can use ratios and proportions Identify three things you did this morning that you would have been able to do with if you had only the numeracy skills below. Identify three things you did this morning that you would NOT have been able to do with with these numeracy skills.

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