Literacy Assessment Assig

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Literacy Assessment Assignment Oral Language Development Optional Draft Due: October 4, 2010 A. Home Language Development Give than English is currently the language of instruction in most local classroom settings, it may be difficult for you to gather information about the student’s home language development. However, it is important for you to find out as much as you can. Minimally , you need to obtain information regarding the language(s) spoken in the student’s home (see Home Language Survey); the student’s previous schooling experiences (has s/he ever been in a bilingual classroom? Bilingual preschool?); and the results of any language testing (CELDT, LAS, BSM, etc.) that may have been done with this student. Most of this information is available in the CUM folder. However, you need to obtain permission from the school in order to view this. You can also speak with previous teachers to gather some of this information. If you do not have access to the cum folder, explicitly state this in your write up and mention the steps you took to try to access it. Furthermore, you may find some of the information in the student’s IEP. It is strongly recommended that you try to find out about this student’s home language development from his/her parents or guardians. Use the forms provided in the reader to assist you in developing questions that may lead you to useful information. If you do not
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This note was uploaded on 10/03/2010 for the course ENV LAW 100 taught by Professor Jkal during the Spring '09 term at UCSB.

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