Presentation on theme: "Mr. Reginald Brunson Principal, El Rincon Mrs. Pamela Greenstein District ELD Specialist ELAC ORIENTATION Thursday, October 24, 2013."— Presentation transcript:
Mr. Reginald Brunson Principal, El Rincon Mrs. Pamela Greenstein District ELD Specialist ELAC ORIENTATION Thursday, October 24, 2013
Introductions Honoring Reclassified Students Why is my child an EL student and what does it mean? What is ELAC? Parent Trainings for this year Next meeting date: January 30, 2014 9:00-10:00 a.m.
Child speaks a language other than English at home Tested using the CELDT (California English Language Development Test) Designated EL Levels: 1-5 CELDT tests administered every year until the child is reclassified as FEP- “Fluent English Proficient”
3 Criteria: ◦ CELDT tests Listening/ Speaking/ Reading/ Writing Overall 4 or 5 Each part 3 or better ◦ California State Test (CST) results Taken for the first time in 2nd grade 324 or better in ELA ◦ Teacher Input/Classroom Grades
◦ 3rd grade is the first year a child can be reclassified as “FEP- Fluent English Proficient” ◦ Goal: For every EL student to be releveled one level every year. By the end of 5th grade, to be reclassified as Fluent
Proficiency in English = Academic Achievement As your child progresses in grade level, the content and the level of English becomes more advanced.
In class support: ◦ CLAD Certified ◦ A teacher provides targeted instruction for English Learners during English Language Development and during Core Instruction ◦ Classroom Assistance ◦ Pamela Greenstein, District English Language Specialist--at El Rincon on Monday afternoons and Thursdays—available for consultations, demonstration lessons and some pull-out groups ◦ Ruth Flores, Bilingual Instructional Assistant—at El Rincon daily, available for classroom assistance. Assistance is based upon teacher request and child’s needs.
A meeting place for English Learner parents and those interested in the well being of EL students: ◦ To express their concerns and ideas. ◦ To acquire effective home strategies. ◦ To become informed about English Learner rights. ◦ To make recommendations to the School Site Council.
Parent representative who will: Provide input to school committee on how to better meet the needs of English Learners and how to help parents of English Learners. Also needed—a representative and an alternate to District DELAC committee—meets 4 times per year at the District Office
Dates for this year ELAC Thursdays at 9:00 El Rincon cafeteria Jan. 30, 2014 Feb. 27, 2014 May 22, 2014 DELAC Mondays at 9:00 District Office—4034 Irving Place Nov. 25, 2013 Jan. 27, 2014 Apr. 28, 2014 June 2, 2014
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