College Community
English Language Learners
Report to the Board
2010-2011
E.L.L. Mission Statement
The mission of the ELL program is to foster an
engaging, multicultural learning environment
where students develop academic and social
language and cultural competency.
E.L.L. Staff
Michael Beecher
Prairie Heights Elementary and Prairie High School
Devon Guerra
Prairie Point and Prairie Creek
Renee Levi
Prairie View Elementary
Leah Tweedy
Prairie Creek and Prairie High School
• 90 students from 17 different countries
• Fifth year of serving ELLs at CCSD
• Students range from non-English proficiency
to transitioning out of ELL program
• Identified through Home Language Survey
E.L.L. Service Population Trends
# of students, Countries/Language
Population Changes
E.L.L. Student Trends
2007-2008
• Elementary School- 30
students
• Middle School- 17
students
• High School- 12 students
Total-59 students
2009-2010
• Elementary School- 42
students
• Creek- 18 students
• Point- 20 students
• High School- 10 students
Total- 90 students
2008-2009
• Elementary School- 35
students
• Middle School- 21
students
• High School- 8 students
Total-64 students
2010-2011
• Elementary School- 43
students
• Creek- 15 students
• Point- 19 students
• High School- 12 students
Total-89 students
ITBS/ITED Percent Proficient - ELL
Year
4th
Read
4th
math
6th
Read
6th
Math
8th
Read
8th
Math
11th
Read
11th
Math
2008
100%
80%
29%
14%
30%
20%
0%
75%
2009
25%
25%
60%
40%
40%
0%
0%
0%
% Met Growth Target - ELL
Based on Spring 2010 MAP Reading Assessment
11th%, 100.0%
100.0%
90.0%
80.0%
6th, 80.0%
Targeted Growth
Percent Met Growth Target
70.0%
10th, 67.0%
PH 2nd, 63.0%
8th, 60.0%
9th, 67.0%
60.0%
50.0%
Typical growth
40.0%
PV 3rd, 33.0%
30.0%
7th, 33.0%
PV 4th, 25.0%
5th, 20.0%
20.0%
10.0%
0.0%
PH 3rd, 0.0%
2009-10
% Met Growth Target - ELL
Based on Spring 2010 MAP Math Assessment
100.0%
5th, 88.0%
90.0%
Percent meet growth target
80.0%
Targeted Growth
PV 4th, 75.0%
70.0%
7th, 67.0%
6th, 60.0%
60.0%
50.0%
40.0%
10th, 67.0%
8th, 60.0%
Typical Growth
PH 2nd, 38.0%
PV 3rd, 33.0%
9th, 33.0%
30.0%
20.0%
10.0%
0.0%
PH 3rd, 0.0%
11th%, 0.0%
2009-10
I-ELDA
Iowa English Language Development Assessment
• Annual spring ELL
assessment of four
modalities: reading,
writing, listening, and
speaking
• Analyzed for growth in
all four areas
• Provides detailed
information in student
areas of
strength/weakness
• Proficiency View – How
are my students
performing overall?
• Standards View – What
areas do I need to
address more in my
teaching?
• Item Analysis – What
specific question types
are causing students
difficulties?
Data Analysis
Action Plan
• Develop better strategies for math teachers
working with ELLs
– GWAEA ELL math training in Dec.
– ICLC: four math teachers of ELL attended and
shared best practices with building
• Academic Vocabulary
– ELL-wide adoption of Kate Kinsella method
– Professional development for all teachers to
support academic vocabulary in January
Data Analysis
Action Plan
• Summer Initiatives
– Purpose: Summer break challenging for ELLs due
to lack of rich English interaction
Action:
– Jump Start to Kindergarten
– Summer School for K-8
– High School Summer School: average reading MAP
gain of 13 point increase from spring to fall
Program Evaluation Results
• ELL Self-Study Guide
• 75% of the student who are receiving ELL services
will meet growth targets on spring NWEA MAP
assessment.
• Increase the number of teachers who report
implementing specific best practice strategies.
• 100% of the elementary classroom teachers and
secondary ELL teachers will complete a parent
communication rubric.
Professional Learning Focus
• 2010-2011
– ELL teacher content-area knowledge
– TESOL membership
• 2009-2010
– Parent/School Involvement
– ELL PTO
Professional Learning Focus
• 2008-2009
– Professional Development in Mainstream
Classroom
– SIOP Class
• 2007-2008
– Building an ELL Program
– Handbook, I-ELDA training
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College Community English Language Learners 2010-2011