Collaborating with Other Educators on Individual Learning Plans for ELL Students

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For which aspects should an ELL teacher provide input when designing an individualized learning plan (ILP)?

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1. A specialized team prepares an ILP for Sonia, a student from Mexico. The student is shy when speaking English, so the team says not to include the goal of ''verbally demonstrates English speaking abilities in classroom work'' for Sonia. What should the ELL teacher do?

2. Governmental policy mandates that ELL students receive grade-appropriate instruction. Thus, an ELL teacher should make sure that ILPs include _____.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

In this quiz and worksheet, we've put together some questions to test your understanding of collaborating with other educators on individual learning plans for ELL students. Take your time as you answer questions about the aspects of an ILP that an ELL teacher should provide and why alternative assessment measures are a good way to test English language learners.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Our short quiz is a helpful way to see if you understand:

  • The aspects an ELL teacher should provide input for when designing an ILP
  • What an ELL teacher should do when an ILP prepared for a shy student says not to include the goal of verbally demonstrating English speaking in classroom work
  • What should an ILP include to ensure it's compliant with governmental policy on grade-appropriate instruction
  • Wh alternative assessment measures are a good way to test ELLs
  • A strategy to collaborate with grade teachers for classroom tests

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding what an ILP should include to ensure it's compliant with governmental policy on grade-appropriate instruction
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on collaborating with other educators on ILPs for ELL students
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about a strategy to collaborate with grade teachers for classroom

Additional Learning

Take a look at our lesson called Collaborating with Other Educators on Individual Learning Plans for ELL Students if you'd like to learn more about this interesting topic. Once you complete this lesson, you should be ready to:

  • Explain how language learning impacts a student's academic progress
  • Outline why specific ELL material should be included in the instructional program
  • Describe the importance of flexibility between ELL teachers and certified personnel
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