Train the Trainer Module on Literacy Development for English Language Learners

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The TOT module will provide IU trainers with research-based information and a professional learning opportunity to focus on ESL Core Instruction and ELLs’ academic and linguistic needs in all other core content areas within the RtII framework. The purpose of this training is to build capacity at all IUs regarding instruction and assessment of ELLs in a multi-tiered system of support.

Please print these handouts:
a1. Power Point 2014 TOT Literacy Development and Second Language Acquisition 3-10
a2. Tier 1 Kindergarten Example
a3. Tier 1 Grade 1 Example
a4. WIDA Performance Definitions Speaking and Writing
a5. WIDA Performance Definitions Listening and Reading
a6. Grades 1-2 Reading Test Samples
a7. Grades 6-8 Reading Test Samples
a8. Grades 6-8 Writing test Samples
a9. WIDA Teacher Report Scores
a10. WIDA Speaking and Writing Rubrics

Resources:
b1. Equal Access Compliance Reference Chart
b2. Reading Component Chart
b3. Stanford Six Key Principles
b4. What Teachers Need to Know
b5. Power Point 2014 Literacy Development and Second Language Acquisition WIDA Tools for Instruction and Assessment
b6. Ten Key Points in Second Language Acquisition Chart
b7. Power Point Key Points in Second Language Acquisition
b8. Narrative Ten Key Points in Second Language Acquisition
b9. It’s a Difference that Changes Us


Title of Training: Train the Trainer Module on Literacy Development for English Language Learners
Presenter: Ana Sainz de la Pena, Connie Cochrane, Paula Zucker
Training Date: 03/11/2014

Topic: English Learners, Response to Instruction & Intervention


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