Presentation on theme: "WELCOME!! 1. Please put an X on the “How ADEPTable are you? chart” under the descriptor that closest reflects your experience. 2. Then take a sticky note."— Presentation transcript:
WELCOME!! 1. Please put an X on the “How ADEPTable are you? chart” under the descriptor that closest reflects your experience. 2. Then take a sticky note that matches the color where you placed your X. 3. Find a seat near someone with a different colored sticky note.
EVERYTHING YOU EVER WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT THE ADEPT ASSESSMENT BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK
With two or three others – share your level of experience with the ADEPT.
OBJECTIVE: We will come to a deeper understanding about how to administer the ADEPT and use its data to plan instruction to accelerate Emergent Bilingual students’ success.
ADEPT TRAINING VIDEO
WHAT IS THE ADEPT?
PURPOSE AND USAGE OF ADEPT ° Identify a student’s instructional level for Systematic ELD instruction ° Understand a student’s language abilities to assist in differentiating instruction ° Monitor student progress in English proficiency ° Inform planning for systematic ELD
LOGISTICAL IDEAS FOR SETTING UP GROUPS TO ADMINISTER ADEPT
YEARLONG ELD MAP
STUDENT SAMPLE Adept
INQUIRY PROTOCOL: WHAT PATTERNS DO YOU SEE?
ADEPT LEVEL 3 Inquiry protocol: What does this data tell us? I see that _______ (number) of students struggled with ______(grammatical form). I noticed that _____( number) of students need to understand and to practice the _______( grammatical forms) more.
EXPRESSIVE LEVEL 3 Inquiry Protocol: What patterns did you notice across grades? I noticed that most of the students in grades _____ struggled with ____( grammatical forms). Did you notice any predictable errors? What could we do to help these students? One idea is to _______. I think that we could __________.
HOW CAN WE USE THE DATA TO HELP STUDENTS MAKE FASTER PROGRESS? MATRIX CHECKLIST
Let’s practice: Present perfect
PREDICTABLE ERRORS Packet Talk Packet Walk
ELPA – ADEPT CORRELATION ELD/ELPA ReadingWritingSpeakingListening Grammatical forms Illocutionary