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Past & Present ELL
Inclusion Models
Mariluz Torres & Francesca PetrucciCardona
Overview of Past ELL
Program
 Kindergarten through Fourth Grade
 Pull Out Services
 Groups leveled by Language
Proficiency Levels.
Features of Past
ELL Program
 Books, books, books, & more books used as
resources for instruction.
 Lack of guidelines for lesson plans making
planning confusing & frustrating.
 Educators lines of communication where
isolated regarding ELL’s language
development.
 Assessment was based on the development
of language objectives only.
Tools of Past
ELL Program
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ESL resource books
Visuals
Manipulatives
Songs
Games
Overview of Present ELL
Program
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Kindergarten through Fourth Grades
Pull Out and In Class Support Services
Avenues Series
ELL groups can easily be scheduled by
grade level or proficiency levels.
Features of Present ELL
Program
In Class Support
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Guided Reading
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Centers
 Vocabulary Development
 Writing & Reading Skills
 Hands on Activities
 Individualized Learning
 Content Area Based
Pull Out
 Avenues Objectives
Correlated with New Jersey
Standardized Tests &
Objectives.
 Objectives Aligned with Core
Curriculum Content
Standards.
 Multi-Level strategies in
every lesson providing
differentiated Instruction
Tools of Present Program
 Avenues Series
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Picture Cards
Big Beautiful Picture Book Reader Alouds
Leveled Readers
Consonant & Vowel Tools
Textbooks & Workbooks
Manipulatives
Song Charts
Writing Web Charts
Teacher Manuals
Comparisons of Past &
Present Programs
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Past
Unaware of actual reading
levels of learners.
Resources and Materials
available however not
aligned with learners
needs & standards.
Lesson planning
frustrating and very time
consuming.
Assessment addressed
only language objectives
Lack of communication
among ELL educators and
classroom educators.
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Present
Knowledge of ELL reading
levels.
Variety of materials
organized according to
grade level meeting all
content area objectives.
Lesson plans available
online & clearly outlined in
teacher’s manuals.
Assessment addresses all
language & standard
objectives.
Great need for
communication among
educators resulting in the
want for collaboration.
Conclusion
 Learners gaining a great amount of vocabulary.
 Learners self esteem and motivation levels are
thriving.
 Knowledge being applied in classroom
environments.
 ELL educators feel instruction is meaningful &
constructive.
 Collaboration among all school community members
is increasing.
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