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English Language Learner
Exceptional Student Education
Fluent English Speaker
Limited English Proficient
Limited English Reader
Limited English Speaker
Total Physical Response. An approach towards ELL students using commands and physical activity to increase understanding and retention.
Partially English Proficient
Second Language Acquisition
K-12 LEP/ELL students in classes specifically designed for LEP/ELL students
K-12 LEP/ELL students NOT in classes specifically designed for LEP/ELL students
4-12 grade LEP/ELL students who are fully English proficient orally
K-12 grade former LEP/ELL student who exited the program within the last 2 years.
K-12 grade former LEP/ELL student who exited the program more than 2 years ago.
K-12 students who are not LEP/ELL.
Florida Consent Decree
The result of a lawsuit against the Florida Board of Education, this decree has six sections which provide accommodations for ELL students in Florida.
The Natural Approach
Teaching ELL students through experiences with words, so that they acquire the language in a natural way.
Using two different languages in a single utterance ("Hello Sansangnim!")
Putting ELL students in a normal classroom with little or no support.
Overusing a particular grammar rule, such as adding "s" to make a word plural, when it is not appropriate ("womans" instead of "women").
Sheltered English Approach
Also known as "Structured Immersion." ELL students will share a classroom with other ELL students of the same native language. Lessons will be taught in English at a level corresponding to their proficiency.