Kansas English Language Proficiency Standards- Guiding Principles: Question Preview (ID: 20470)

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What does Funds of Knowledge mean?
a) It's the ELL's ability to demonstrate proficiency at a particular English Language Proficiency (ELP). b) It's the ELL's social, cultural, and linguistic background and resources. c) It's the path students with special needs take towards English Language Proficiency. d) It's how student with limited or interrupted formal education learn English.
Which statement is true?
a) Regardless of English Language Proficiency (ELP) ELL's need challenging, grade appropriate curriculum and Instruction. b) ELL's cannot achieve the standards for college-and-career readiness due to the language features that make them different. c) An English Language proficiency level identifies a student (Level 1 student). d)
Relevant, strategic and appropriate multimedia tools and technology, aligned to the ELP Standards, should be integrated into the design of curriculum, instruction, and assessment for ELL's.
a) True b) False c) d)
Which is not an example of how ELLs should be provided supports and accommodations for assessments.
a) Access supports and accommodations should be used in classroom instruction. b) You should consider needs in relation to receptive modalities. c) You should consider needs in relation to productive modalities d) All assessment should be given using technology designed for ELLs.
Ells at all levels should be provided with _______________ in order to reach the next reasonable proficiency level.
a) scaffolding b) instruction c) books d) time
The type and intensity of scaffolding provided will be the same for all students at the same ability level.
a) True b) False c) d)
What resource can teachers refer to in order to provide targeted supports for students who have had limited or interrupted formal education?
a) IEP's b) The Common Core State Standards for ELA section- Reading: Foundational Skills. c) 504 Plans d) English Language Proficiency Standards
The English language proficiency level
a) is used to identify a student. b) lets you know what content to teach ELL's c) identifies what type of program a student needs to be in. d) identifies what a students knows at a particular stage of English language development.
Research shows that ELLs can develop literacy in English even as their oral proficiency in English develops. This means:
a) ELLs do not need to wait until their ELP is sufficiently developed to participate in content area instruction and assessment. b) ELLs need to wait until their ELP is sufficiently developed to participate in content area instruction and assessment. c) Content instruction should wait until students are proficient in English language. d)
Why does there need to be an awareness of culture embedded with in curriculum, instruction, and assessment?
a) All students should feel comfortable with different cultures. b) It allows ELLs to access the challenging, grade level curriculum and instruction. c) It increases the chances of creating the appropriate interpretation of students speaking and writing. d) It makes teaching easier.
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