Clinical Field Experience - Clinical Field Experience By Lizette Lantigua ESL-523 Supporting Field Experience Teacher R Guzman P.S.128 Audubon School 1

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Clinical Field Experience By: Lizette Lantigua ESL-523
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Supporting Field Experience Teacher: R. Guzman - P.S.128 Audubon School - 1 hour completion - Talked about the assessments of ELL students and the effects of different assessments towards different ELL learners. - ELL placement depending on their level - What role parents and teachers have in placement - Kindergarten teacher
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Language Barrier Indicators: - Involve an interdisciplinary team of professionals in the evaluation process. - It is imperative to consult with an ESL specialist or native language specialist or ELL teacher - Help break down barriers of communication and interpretation.
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How informal assessment results factor into placement? - Regularly and often. While standardized tests measure students at a particular point in the year, ongoing assessments provide data of where students are throughout the school year. - Informal assessments allow teachers to track the ongoing progress of students - By using informal assessments, teachers can target students' specific problem areas, instruction, and help them in the problematic area sooner rather than later
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How formal assessment results factor into placement? - Formal assessments have data which support the conclusions made from the test. - The data is mathematically computed and summarized. To ensure all students are given correct scores. - Referring to these assessments as test that measure where ELL is at this point of education and where the ELL is suppose to be.
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What role do parents and teachers have in placement? - Parents have the role of requesting first preference and applying for an ELL classroom so long as there is availability. Parents role in accepting the students placement and helping them move up and achieve.
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