Supporting English Language Learners - New Jersey

Supporting English Language Learners - New Jersey

Supporting English Language Learners Module D State Assessment Requirements What do we expect our students to know and be able to do by the time they leave our class? Discuss with your group or reflect on this answer if you are viewing this module on your own. 2 Rubric Review

Listening and Reading 3 ACCESS for ELLs Sample Items Content and Language Demands Chart Angela and Pepper Sample Item 4 Content Demands Language Demands

Vocabulary Vocabulary Usage Academic FactOpinion Figurative Language Text features/structures Linguistic Complexity Language Conventions, etc. Language Forms and Conventions I believe well find Pepper soon.

5 Conversations About Angela and Pepper https:// www.wida.us/DownloadDocs/assessment/A CCESS/preparation/Tier%20Placement%20 Protocol.pdf ACCESS 2.0 Sample Items http://assets.drcedirect.com/States/WIDA/Tu torials/Student/201510-html5/201510-html5 .html 6 Now

that Tsien Tsien has been in the US for over one year, she will be required to take the PARCC ELA assessment as a Grade 4 student. We will look at a sample PARCC ELA item. 7 PARCC Grade 4 Sample Items Kira Kira Passage Read

the Kira Kira passage and complete the Content and Language Demands Chart for Kira Kira. How does this passage compare to the Angela and Pepper sample we just looked at? 8 PARCC Grade 4 Sample Items Passage #1

Part A Question: What is the meaning of the word constantly as the narrator uses it in paragraph 4 of Kira-Kira? (NJSLS.RL.4.4; NJSLS.L.4.4) a. b. c. d. often all the time once in a while sometimes WIDA Standard #2 Language of Language Arts, Grade 4 reading

9 PARCC Grade 4 Sample Items Passage #1Kira-Kira Part B Question: Which detail from uses a word or phrase that also means constantly? (NJSLS.RL.4.4; NJSLS.L.4.4) a. b. c. d.

Lynn told me that when I was a baby, she used to take me onto our empty road at night, where we would lie on our backs and look at the stars while she said over and over, Katie, say 'kira-kira, kira-kira. She was dismayed over how un-Japanese we were and vowed to send us to Japan one day. The blue of the sky is one of the most special colors in the world, because the color is deep but see-through both at the same time. The dog burst from the field suddenly, growling and snarling. WIDA Standard #2 Language of Language Arts, Grade 4 reading 10

PARCC Grade 4 Sample Items Passage #1 Part A Question: How are the events in paragraphs 1 and 2 important to the theme of the story? (NJSLS.R.L.4.2) a. b. c. d. They list the many lessons that Lynn taught her younger sister, Katie.

They explain that Katies family had very high expectations of her when she was young. They show how strong the relationship is between Katie and Lynn. They introduce the idea that Katie and Lynn want to learn more about the Japanese language. WIDA Standard #2 Language of Language Arts, Grade 4 reading 11 PARCC Grade 4 Sample Items Passage #1 Part B Question: Which sentence from the story provides the best support for the answer in Part A? (NJSLS.RL.4.2; NJSLS.RL.4.1) a.

b. c. d. My sister, Lynn, taught me my first word: kirakira. When I grew older, I used kira-kira to describe everything I liked: the beautiful blue sky, puppies, kittens, butterflies, colored Kleenex. She was dismayed over how un-Japanese we were and vowed to send us to Japan one day. I didnt care where she sent me, so long as Lynn came along. WIDA Standard #2 Language of Language Arts, Grade 4 reading

12 PARCC Grade 4 Sample Items Question: Create aPassage summary of the story #1 using three of the sentences listed here. Drag the three sentences that describe key ideas from the story into the boxes titled Summary. The sentences should describe key ideas from the story in the order they happen. (NJSLS.R.L.4.2; NJSLS.RL.4.1; and NJSLS.W.4.3) 1.Katies mother is disappointed that the girls use Japanese words incorrectly. 2.Katie remembers when a dog ran out of a corn field and attacked Lynn and her. 3.Katie keeps Lynns diary in a drawer beside her bed. 4.Katie and Lynn spend much of their time together as they grow up.

5.Lynn taught young Katie to say kira-kira, which was her first word. 6.Katie believes that Lynn saves her life, but Lynn believes Katie saved her. 7.Lynn explains that the sky is special like the ocean or peoples eyes. 8.Lynn sprayed dog with so it of wouldnt hurtArts, its tongue WIDA the Standard #2 water Language Language Gradeon 4 reading

broken glass. 13 End of Module D 14 Contact Information Please email [email protected] with any questions or comments you may have regarding this module. 15

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