Analyze assessment issues as they affect ELLs and determine appropriate accommodations according to ELLs varying English proficiency levels and academic levels.

Assignment #5 Testing and Evaluation ESOL Identification, Placement, Monitoring, and Exit Process ESOL students must be identified and tested for English language proficiency in order to be placed in an ESOL program. Each state has procedures and guidelines for the identification, testing, monitoring, and exiting of English Language Learners (ELLs) in the ESOL program. For this assignment you will create a presentation on the placement, identification, monitoring, and exit processes for ELLs in the ESOL program. Using technology for presenting information can enhance learning for the stakeholders, including parents, teachers, and colleagues. Presentation technologies can be in the form of a PowerPoint, Prezi, video cast, Web page (Webinar), or a Web Quest for this assignment. Follow all elements of the rubric in order to be successful with this assignment. Complete the following steps: Describe the purpose and the audience of the presentation. Select the presentation technology of your choice to communicate information on the placement, identification, monitoring, and exit criteria for ELL students in your state or school district. Provide accurate content to your presentation linked to the topic on the identification, placement, monitoring, and exit process for ELLs in the ESOL program in your school district or state. Include motivating questions and opportunity for audience participation in your presentation. Make the presentation visually appealing and integrate animation, graphics, and sound. For further information review the ESOL information from: FL ESOL Competency 7, Skills, : Analyze assessment issues as they affect ELLs and determine appropriate accommodations according to ELLs varying English proficiency levels and academic levels.

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