State of California English Language Development Standards:

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State of California English Language Development Standards: by Mind Map: State of California English Language Development Standards:

1. Objective Met: The productive Standard is met over a long period of time and constant exposure to English text, speech and dialogue  inside and out of the classroom.

1.1. Example: For Civics Class setting a year end assignment where students have an assigned group which will prepare together and give a presentation on a historical event covered in class.  Through collaboration EL students can get help from English speaking students in their groups as they prepare their presentations.

2. Objective Met: The Interpretive Standard is met as students learn through exposure to English speech and text on a daily basis for 50% of the day.

2.1. Example: Math Class can be taught in English and the in-class assignment can be a group project where students are split up into diverse groups of English speaking students and partner language students to aid each other in understanding and accomplishing the assignment.

3. Objective Met: The Collaboration standard is met through  50%of the school day being conducted in English and 50% being conducted in the partner language.  This encourages class wide dialogue in both languages.

3.1. Example: English Speaking students and EL students conduct a group activity in Math class in English. Then in the next class the same group speaks in Spanish for their Civics Class discussion assignment.

4. Objective Met: The Collaboration standard is met through class periods of working in small groups of students with an ESL teacher.  Students work together with the teacher separate from their regular class to practice dialogue and communication.

4.1. Example: During Science class if an EL student will miss out on class time for a Pull Out period it will be beneficial for the science teacher to collaborate with the ESL teacher to go over terminology and material that will be covered in class so that the ESL teacher can try to incorporate the information into the class period.

5. Pull Out Program

6. Two Way Bilingual Program

7. Two Way Bilingual Programs Vs Pull Out Programs in the State of California

8. Standard 1: Collaborative - Ability to communicate with others and dialogue

9. Standard 2: Interpretive - Ability to understand and analyze both speech and text

10. Standard 3: Productive - Ability to prepare text and speech as well as present prepared materials.

11. Objective Met: The Interpretive standard is met through the ESL teacher working alongside the EL student and providing support during Pull Out classes in a non threatening and safe environment. Students are separate from the classroom where students are free to make mistakes while trying to understand written text and speech.

11.1. Example: For math class the math teacher needs to collaborate with the ESL teacher to provide text for the student to read through during the Pull Out class period and to discuss the assigned material with the EL student.

12. Objective Met: The Productive standard is met through ESL teachers working with EL students to help them in gaining confidence and critiquing the student's written text and assignments.

12.1. Example: The English teacher can collaborate with the ESL teacher to plan Pull Out class times to look over written assignments that the EL student has produced. The ESL teacher can help the student prepare work prior to turning the assignment in to critique assignments together and practice areas that the EL student needs to improve.