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ESL / ELP STANDARDS
ESL Day - Workshop A- ELP Standards, Part I Introduction to the ELP Standards (AM) - MDC, Hartford
with Halloran/ Foertsch
ELP Standards Part I: Introduction to ELP Standards. This workshop will provide an introduction to the English Language Proficiency (ELP) Standards. The ELP Standards are derived from the College and Career Readiness Standards (CCRS) which are required in all Adult Education programs. The ELP Standards address the same competencies but in a way that relate to instruction provided in the ESL classroom. The CSDE requires that all ESL teachers become conversant with and use the ELP Standards in the development of curriculum and ESL instruction. ELP Standards Part 1 is a pre-requisite for participation in ELP Standards Part II.
Presented by Aileen Halloran and Michele Foertsch
ESL Day - Workshop B- Resources for Effective Career Pathways and Employability Skills for the ESL Population (PM) - MDC, Hartford
with Marcy Reed
Workshop B: Resources for Effective Career Pathways and Employability Skills for the ESL Population. This workshop will show information and resources specific to the ESL population for use in the classroom as we prepare them to transition into the workplace. Focus will be on ESL-specific resources in the Career Pathways Taskforce Toolkit, activities related to career choice, employability skills and the rights of workers under U.S. Labor Law. We strongly recommend bringing a laptop or device in order to participate fully in these sessions.
Presented by Marcy Reed and Michele Foertsch
Mini Institute April ESL Best Practices at New Milford High PM
with Michele Foertsch
This workshop will review some best practices for ESL classroom instruction. Some simple lesson plans will be presented that are based on the ELP Standards. The rigor has been increased for all Adult Education classes to help students transition into successful careers and/or higher education.
This workshop is appropriate for ESL teachers.