ELL Assessment

M S
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Various types of assessment available or required for English Language Learners (ELLs).

Resource summary

ELL Assessment
1 Traditional
1.1 What is it?
1.1.1 Local, Statewide, or International
1.1.2 Standardized
1.2 Features
1.2.1 Curriculum drives assessment
1.2.2 Forced-choice measures
1.3 Examples
1.3.1 Multiple Choice
1.3.2 Fill-in-the-blank
1.3.3 Matching
1.4
2 Authentic
2.1 What is it?
2.1.1 Meaningful test of real-world skills
2.1.2 Student structured
2.2 Features
2.2.1 Task to perform w/ Rubric
2.2.2 Teachers teach the test
2.2.3 Open to multiple solutions
2.3 Examples
2.3.1 Posters
2.3.2 Videos
2.3.3 Models
2.3.4 Illustrations
2.4
3 Initial
3.1 What is it?
3.1.1 Used for placement
3.1.2 Legally required to determine if ELL
3.2 Features
3.2.1 Fair and unbiased
3.2.2 Culturally and linguistically suitable
3.2.3 Practical
3.3 Examples
3.3.1 Home language survey
3.3.2 Language proficiency testing
3.3.3 Academic skills assessment
3.4
4 Ongoing
4.1 What is it?
4.1.1 Portfolio of student work
4.1.2 Show best efforts, progress
4.2 Features
4.2.1 Continuous feedback
4.2.2 Show strengths and growth
4.2.3 Variety and range
4.2.4 Artifacts
4.3 Examples
4.3.1 Quizzes
4.3.2 Essay writing
4.3.3 Class behavior observations
4.3.4 Recording of oral storytelling
4.4
5 High Stakes
5.1 What is it?
5.1.1 Used for graduation, program admittance
5.1.2 Standardized tests
5.2 Features
5.2.1 Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)
5.2.2 Accommodations
5.2.3 95% Participate
5.2.4 Includes ELLs + students with disabilities
5.3 Examples
5.3.1 Educational Testing Service (ETS)
5.3.2 Local, State, Nat'l tests
5.4
6 Informal
6.1 What is it?
6.1.1 Performance-based assessment
6.1.2 Portfolio assessment
6.2 Features
6.2.1 Records of progress
6.2.2 Well-rounded view of skills + progress
6.3 Examples
6.3.1 Student self-assessment
6.3.2 Teacher observation
6.4
7 Performance Based
7.1 What is it?
7.1.1 Processes and products
7.1.2 Assess 3 items at a time
7.2 Features
7.2.1 Clear criteria
7.2.2 Instructional activities
7.3 Examples
7.3.1 Oral reports
7.3.2 Presentations
7.3.3 Written assignments
7.3.4 Games
7.4
8 Content Knowledge
8.1 What is it?
8.1.1 Subjects: Math, Science, History
8.1.2 Scaffolding
8.2 Features
8.2.1 Adaptable for ELLs
8.2.2 Differentiated scoring
8.2.3 Not a language test
8.3 Examples
8.3.1 Exhibits
8.3.2 Drawings
8.4
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