English - Harrisburg School District

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Harrisburg School District English Language Learner Report Grades 9-12
Student Name: __________________________________ Grade:__________ School:_______________________________ School Year: _______________
ESL Teacher:______________________________________________________ Homeroom teacher:________________________________________________
WAPT/ACCESS LEVEL: ______________________
LEVEL
MP1
MP2
MP3
MP4
MP1
MP2
MP3
MP4
MP1
MP2
MP3
MP4
1
ENTERING
2
BEGINNING
3
DEVELOPING
4
EXPANDING
5
BRIDGING
LEVEL
1
ENTERING
2
BEGINNING
3
DEVELOPING
4
EXPANDING
5
BRIDGING
LEVEL
1
ENTERING
2
BEGINNING
3
DEVELOPING
4
EXPANDING
5
BRIDGING
Listening/Speaking
Speak with single word or short phrases and gestures
Point to, group, or show basic components, features, characteristics and properties of objects named orally
Identify resources, places, products, figures from oral statements and visuals
Participate in discussions and activities
Respond to basic academic directions/follows school expectations
Practices social greetings
Verbally express opinion
Verbally express informational pieces including descriptions, academic vocabulary
Ask WH- questions to clarify meaning
Develops correct word order in phrases and time frames
Recalls details (using cues) in stories and expository texts read aloud and identifies the main points
Distinguish main ideas from supporting points in oral, content-related discourse
Paraphrases expository text read aloud with teacher guidance
Asks questions to clarify
Distinguish between multiple meanings of oral words or phrases in social and academic contexts
Speak with a sharp, distinct focus, identifying topic, task and audience
Use and respond to gossip, slang, and idiomatic expressions
Uses appropriate social and academic vocabulary for different audiences
Evaluate intent of speech and act accordingly
Make inferences from oral discourse containing satire, sarcasm, or humor
Interpret cause and effect scenarios from oral discourse
Engage in debates on content-related issues using technical language
Speaks clearly and comprehensibly using standard English grammatical forms with occasional errors
Reading
Match visual representations to words/phrases
Read everyday signs, symbols, schedules, and school-related words/phrases
Use references (e.g., picture dictionaries, bilingual glossaries, technology)
Expresses self-using words, drawings, gestures, and actions to: Sequence simple text, answer literal questions, make simple
predictions,
of familiar
and unfamiliar
and rhyming words
Reads shortaware
phrases
and sentences,
locatingsounds
main ideas
Follows multi-step written directions (e.g., circle, underline, match)
Classify, compare, or organize information presented in visuals or graphs
Follow multi-step instructions supported by visuals or data
Uses word-meaning strategies
Increases sight-word and content-area vocabulary
Distinguishes between genres
Reads highly contextualized paragraph-length text composed of simple sentences
Identify topic sentences or main ideas and details in paragraphs
Answer questions about explicit information in texts
Infers and makes generalizations from text across content areas
Compare/contrast authors’ points of view, characters, information, or events
Infer meaning from text
Expresses self-using descriptive sentences
Uses a variety of strategies to monitor comprehension
Interpret grade-level literature
Draw conclusions from different sources of informational text
Infer significance of data or information in grade-level material
Identify evidence of bias and credibility of source
Writing
Label content-related diagrams, pictures from word/phrase banks
Supply missing words in short sentences
Begins to use invented spelling, capital letters, participates in group editing
Uses graphic organizers to convey main ideas and details
Take notes using graphic organizers or models
Formulate yes/no, choice and WH- questions from models
Demonstrates some consistent use of: Punctuation, correct spelling, brainstorming/rough draft/edits works, Capitals
Complete reports from templates
Compose short narrative and expository pieces
Outline ideas and details using graphic organizers
Writes simple sentences, compound sentences and paragraphs
Uses reference tools to self-edit conventions
Organizes paragraphs using a topic sentence and supporting details
Compose narrative and expository text for a variety of purposes
Produce research reports from multiple sources
Critique, peer-edit and make recommendations on others’ writing from rubrics
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