Action Plan for ELL Students

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Action Plan for ELL Students by Mind Map: Action Plan for ELL Students

1. Identifying

1.1. What is the step?

1.1.1. Find out the students native language is. As well as, the students education, literacy skills, and previous experience with English. Then, assess the student with an English language proficiency test.

1.2. Who will carry out the step?

1.2.1. Teachers (both GEI and ESL.)

1.3. Where will it take place?

1.3.1. At school.

1.4. When will it take place?

1.4.1. During school hours.

1.5. Why is the step important?

1.5.1. To successfully determine the students placement in an English Language Learners program

1.6. How will the step be carried out?

1.6.1. Through assessments and observations

2. Promotion Social Inclusion

2.1. What is the step?

2.1.1. Helping ELL students to learn along side English speaking students to create an equal environment.

2.2. Who will carry out the step?

2.2.1. Teachers, parents, and students.

2.3. Where will it take place?

2.3.1. In the classroom and outside of school.

2.4. When will it take place?

2.4.1. During school, at home, and during any after school activities.

2.5. Why is the step important?

2.5.1. Social interaction in the classroom can help the student achieve academically.

2.6. How will the step be carried out?

2.6.1. Through whole group learner, partner learning, peer review, and after school activities.

3. Understanding

3.1. What is the step?

3.1.1. Developing knowledge of the ELL students background.

3.2. Who will carry out the step?

3.2.1. Teachers and students.

3.3. Where will it take place?

3.3.1. Inside and outside of the classroom.

3.4. When will it take place?

3.4.1. During school and after school activities.

3.5. Why is the step important?

3.5.1. Helps teachers understand the student so that they can cully participate in activities and assignments.

3.6. How will the step be carried out?

3.6.1. Through daily conversations, encouragement, and checks for understandings.

4. Mutual Respect

4.1. What is the step?

4.1.1. Creating a relationship with the ELL student.

4.2. Who will carry out the step?

4.2.1. Teachers, parents, and students.

4.3. Where will it take place?

4.3.1. Inside and outside of the classroom.

4.4. When will it take place?

4.4.1. During school, after school activities, and any meetings with the student's family.

4.5. Why is the step important?

4.6. How will the step be carried out?

4.6.1. Connecting with the ELL student's family, understanding their traditions, and developing trust.

5. Tracking Progress

5.1. What is the step?

5.1.1. Monitoring the ELL student's progress.

5.2. Who will carry out the step?

5.2.1. Teacher and parent.

5.3. Where will it take place?

5.3.1. Inside and outside of the classroom.

5.4. When will it take place?

5.4.1. During school and at home.

5.5. Why is the step important?

5.5.1. By giving the ELL student assessments, the teacher can identify any problem areas and intervene.

5.6. How will the step be carried out?

5.6.1. Through ongoing assessments.