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English Learners


English Learners

This item is the percentage of students who are designated as English learners (ELs), formerly known as limited-English-proficient (LEP) students, taken from the 2007 STAR Program student answer document.

An EL is a student for whom there is a report of a primary language other than English on the Home Language Survey. An EL, upon initial assessment on the California English Language Development Test (CELDT) and from additional information when appropriate, has been determined to lack the English language skills of listening, speaking, reading, and/or writing necessary to succeed in the school's regular academic curriculum.

Reclassified Fluent-English-Proficient (RFEP) Students

This item is the percentage of students who are designated as reclassified fluent-English-proficient (RFEP), taken from the 2007 STAR Program student answer document.

An RFEP student is one whose primary language is not English and who was reclassified from English learner to fluent-English-proficient. Reclassification is based on assessment of English proficiency in listening, speaking, reading, and writing as currently measured by the CELDT, teacher evaluation, parent input, and the student's performance of basic skills. Basic skills are measured by the CST in ELA.

LANGUAGE GUIDE

 

English Learner Services

http://www2.mpusd.k12.ca.us/el

Contact

For inquiries about CELDT, reclassification and English Learner support services:

Mariana Monge
Director, English Learners
Direct Line: (831) 645.1298
mmonge@mpusd.k12.ca.us

ELD LINKS

Everyone a Reader - San Diego County Office of Education - English (10min) and Spanish (13min)  in the same video. 
This is part 2 - Part of Spanish section
 
This is a great video on how and why parents should help their student read and advance their English skills to do better on the CELDT test and be RFP.  and get involved in school. Spanish 
ELL Parent Involvement - ReadingAndBeyond
 
How to help your child read - Sabehacer.com
 
Helping your child become a reader (English) The Success Series
 
Helping your child become a reader (Spanish) The Success Series
 

ELD VS.ELA

English Learner Services

The Novelty is lost!
Keep trying out new approaches!
Keep your students actively engaged and asking questions!

When teaching any content e.g. U.S. westward movement
assign this task to your students:

Students must translate the information you have given
them into words graphs, pictures, stories…
that will be interesting and understandable for a student
two grade levels younger than themselves. ie. A buddy classroom.

The translating process will: embed learning in long-term memory; will allow EL learners more opportunity to understand the content; will engage all learners in
discussion & debate about the content; & will provide immediate feedback to learners.

Links for Students/Parents

LINKS FOR STUDENTS/FAMILIES

USING ENGLISH
LEARN ENGLISH
LEARN ENGLISH (FOR TEENS)
THE LANGUAGE GUIDE

 
DELAC/ELAC PRESENTATIONS
 
 

ELA V ELD (ENGLISH) POWERPOINT

ELA V ELD (SPANISH) POWERPOINT

RFEP PROCESS (ENGLISH) POWERPOINT

RFEP PROCESS (SPANISH) POWERPOINT

RFEP V IFEP POWERPOINT

Practice English vocabulary, the alphabet and numbers.

Place your cursor over an image or text to hear it pronounced aloud.

http://www.languageguide.org/english/