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DynEd International Inc, Course English for Success. State Arizona, Alignment ELL Listening and Speaking Standards. Performance Conditions Students at this stage comprehend simple statements and questions. They understand the general idea of basic messages and conversations that pertain to common. routine matters Their interactions are short face to face informal and with one person at a time. or in small groups Although students can initiate and respond to basic statements their speech is. largely guided by questions and feedback from the teacher English learners rely heavily on. repetition gestures and other nonverbal cues to sustain conversations Their speech is slow. Communications that students listen to and comprehend are short and include familiar routine. words Context strongly supports their utterances, Delivery of Oral Communications. Standard The student will express orally his or her own thinking and ideas. Beginning English for Success, Respond to greetings with simple words Unit 1 Introductions Greetings. gestures and other nonverbal behavior All Units Interaction with audio and. visual cues, Use gestures to communicate basic Unit 2 Ability Potential Needs.
needs e g points toward door when All Units Interaction with audio and. needing to go to the restroom visual cues, Identify by name a few familiar objects Unit 1 Describing people things. people and events e g family All Units Vocabulary, members body parts clothing pets. foods common occupations seasons, common school classroom and home. Early Intermediate, Use common social greetings and simple Unit 1 Introductions Greetings. repetitive phrases using isolated words All Units Voice record playback with. or strings of 2 to 3 word responses e g Speech Recognition. Hello How are you Thank you You re, Use more utterances accompanied by Unit 2 Ability Potential Needs.
gestures to indicate basic needs e g All Units Interaction with audio and. says bathroom while pointing toward visual cues, Identify by name some familiar objects Unit 1 Describing people things. people and events e g family All Units Vocabulary, members body parts clothing pets. DynEd International Inc, Course English for Success. State Arizona, Alignment ELL Listening and Speaking Standards. foods common occupations seasons, common school classroom and home.
Recite simple familiar rhymes and All Units Voice record playback with. songs with expressive phrasing and Speech Recognition Repetition. intonation, Intermediate, Respond to and initiate greetings Unit 1 Introductions Greetings. courtesy and leave taking and provide All Units Interaction with audio and. basic personal information related to the visual cues. context of the conversation with key, words and short phrases e g name. address age, Communicate in a limited way some Unit 2 Ability Potential Needs. basic immediate personal and survival All Units Vocabulary. needs without necessarily using, purposeful yet restricted vocabulary. e g I m hungry, Identify by name many familiar objects Unit 1 Describing people things.
people and events e g family All Units Vocabulary, members body parts clothing pets. foods common occupations seasons, common school classroom and home. Recite familiar rhymes songs and All Units Voice record playback with. stories with clear audible and Speech Recognition, expressive phrasing and intonation. Early Advanced, Respond appropriately to most social Unit 1 Introductions Greetings. interactions including introducing self, asking about the other and responding to.
questions about personal information, using phrases and some simple. Communicate immediate personal and Unit 2 Ability Potential Needs. survival needs using accurate and All Units Vocabulary. somewhat varied vocabulary, Describe immediate surroundings such Unit 1 Describing people things. as classroom school or home All Units Vocabulary, Retell simple stories in a logical Unit 2 Schedule Sequence. sequence using key words phrases and Unit 9 History Aristotle Alexander. simple sentences Cleopatra Ramses the Great, DynEd International Inc. Course English for Success, State Arizona, Alignment ELL Listening and Speaking Standards.
Information questions, All Units Voice record playback with. Speech Recognition, Participate in small group discussions Unit 1 Introductions Greetings. including greeting familiar and All Units Information questions. unfamiliar people responding See Instructor s Guide Teaching. appropriately to introductions by other Activities. people and asking and responding to, detailed questions regarding personal. information using phrases and simple, sentences LS R3 LS R5. Communicate immediate and future Unit 2 Ability Potential Needs. personal and survival needs using Unit 8 Future, precise descriptive and varied All Units Vocabulary.
vocabulary, Describe familiar objects people and Unit 1 Describing people things. events with both general and more All Units Vocabulary. specific words and phrases, Retell simple stories in a logical Unit 2 Schedule Sequence. sequence using expressive phrasing Unit 9 History Aristotle Alexander. LS R1 Cleopatra Ramses the Great, Information questions. All Units Voice record playback with, Speech Recognition. Standard English Conventions, Standard The student will identify describe and apply conventions of standard English in his.
or her communications, Speak in isolated words usually a single Unit 1 Describing people things. noun or verb depending heavily on All Units Voice record playback. gestures to express meaning with Speech Recognition. Vocabulary, Early Intermediate, Speak in isolated words or strings of 2 to Unit 1 Describing people things. 3 words depending on gestures to express All Units Voice record playback. meaning with Speech Recognition, DynEd International Inc. Course English for Success, State Arizona, Alignment ELL Listening and Speaking Standards. Intermediate, Speak in short patterns of words and Unit 1 Describing people things.
phrases using English grammatical All Units Voice record playback. structures and linguistic forms outlined in with Speech Recognition. the Advanced Level with habitual errors, that sometimes impede communication. Early Advanced, Speak in short phrases and simple Unit 1 Describing people things. sentences using English grammatical All Units Voice record playback. structures and linguistic forms outlined in with Speech Recognition. the Advanced Level with some errors, although the errors do not impede. communication, Speak in short phrases and simple Unit 1 Describing people things. sentences using the following English Present progressive Pronouns. grammatical structures and linguistic Unit 3 Present progressive. forms with occasional errors Unit 4 Prepositions of place time. o verb tenses present tense including direction, to be present progressive and Unit 5 Frequency.
future tenses imperatives modal Unit 6 Future Present progressive. auxiliaries Modal, o possessive adjectives and subject. pronouns including articles and, o prepositions of time and place. adverbs of time and frequency, Comprehension of Oral Communications. Standard The student will listen actively to the ideas of others in order to acquire new. Comprehend a limited number of Unit 1 Describing people things. common words and simple phrases in Introductions Greetings. conversations held on topics of personal All Units Vocabulary Interaction. relevance e g basic greetings and with audio and visual cues. courtesies when spoken slowly and with, extensive rephrasing repetitions and. contextual clues, Comprehend and follow simple routine All Units Interaction with audio and.
instructions for classroom activities that visual cues Focus Exercises. DynEd International Inc, Course English for Success. State Arizona, Alignment ELL Listening and Speaking Standards. depend on gestures and other contextual Mastery Tests. clues e g Let s form a line for lunch See Instructor s Guide Teaching. activities, Early Intermediate, Comprehend a few common words and Unit 1 Describing people things. simple phrases in conversations on topics Ability Likes Family relations. of personal relevance e g social Unit 2 Ability Potential Needs. courtesies basic needs when spoken All Units Vocabulary Interaction. slowly with frequent rephrasing with audio and visual cues. repetitions and contextual clues, Comprehend and follow short routine All Units Interaction with audio and. instructions 2 to 5 word phrases for visual cues Focus Exercises. classroom activities in the presence of Mastery Tests. gestures and clear contextual clues See Instructor s Guide Teaching. activities, Intermediate, Comprehend some words phrases and Unit 1 Describing people things.
short sentences in conversations on topics Family relations Ability Likes. of personal relevance e g social All Units Vocabulary Interaction. courtesies personal information basic with audio and visual cues. needs abilities when spoken slowly with, some rephrasing repetitions and. contextual clues, Comprehend and follow routine 2 to 3 All Units Interaction with audio and. step instructions for classroom activities visual cues Focus Exercises. in the presence of gestures and clear Mastery Tests. contextual clues See Instructor s Guide Teaching, activities. Early Advanced, Comprehend many words phrases and Unit 1 Describing people things. sentences in sustained conversations on Family relations Ability Likes. topics of personal relevance when spoken All Units Vocabulary Interaction. at a normal rate with some rephrasing with audio and visual cues. repetitions and contextual clues, Comprehend and follow multiple step See Instructor s Guide Teaching.
instructions for classroom activities in the activities. presence of gestures and clear contextual, Listen attentively to simple short read All Units Interaction with audio. aloud stories and identify key details cues, See Instructor s Guide Teaching. activities esp School Subjects Oral, DynEd International Inc. Course English for Success, State Arizona, Alignment ELL Listening and Speaking Standards. Presentations, Comprehend a wide ranging number of Unit 1 Describing people things.
words phrases and sentences in sustained Ability Likes Family relations. conversations on topics of personal Unit 2 Ability Potential Needs. relevance when spoken at a normal rate All Units Vocabulary Interaction. with some rephrasing repetitions and with audio and visual cues. contextual clues, Comprehend and follow common positive Unit 1 Yes No Wh questions. and negative commands and requests All Units Interaction with audio and. LS R2 visual cues Focus Exercises, Mastery Tests, Listen attentively to simple read aloud All Units Interaction with audio and. stories poems and informational text and cues, identify key details and specific facts See Instructor s Guide Teaching. LS R4 activities esp School Subjects Oral, Presentations. Performance Conditions English learners at this stage of proficiency comprehend basic. vocabulary and grammatical structures in face to face conversations with one person at a time or. in a familiar supportive group Topics are familiar and about common routine matters Listening. communications are short monologues and dialogues on familiar routine topics delivered at a. slow to normal rate Students rely on repetition gestures and other nonverbal cues to sustain. conversations Their speech is guided by specific questions when necessary Students use word. order accurately in simple sentences but make errors when using more complex patterns They. use the more common verb tense forms present past and future consistently but sometimes. make errors in tense formation and proper selection of verbs English learners are able to express. some details and nuances by using appropriate modifiers Their speech rate is slow to normal. Delivery of Oral Communications, Standard The student will express orally his or her own thinking and ideas.
Participate in short routine social Unit 1 Introductions Greetings. conversations with individuals in which Information questions Family. he or she exchanges personal information relations Yes No Wh questions. and discusses personal needs using, accurate but limited vocabulary. DynEd International Inc, Course English for Success. State Arizona, Alignment ELL Listening and Speaking Standards. Contribute to classroom and small group Unit 1 Yes No Wh questions. academic discussions by All Units Vocabulary, asking answering simple questions with See Instructor s Guide Teaching. considerable hesitancy due to the need to activities. rephrase and search for words, Greet and take leave in socially and Unit 1 Introductions Greetings.
culturally appropriate ways, Describe a person object or situation in Unit 1 Describing people things. some detail Unit 2 Describing occupations, All Units Vocabulary. Issue 2 to 3 word basic routine Unit 3 Locations Asking for. directions and commands in a manner that Directions at School Directions. the listener can follow although meaning Motion, may be conveyed by gestures. Answer basic questions about read aloud All Units Interaction with audio and. stories with 1 or 2 word responses visual cues Voice record playback. DynEd International Inc Course English for Success State Arizona Alignment ELL Listening and Speaking Standards General Description English for Success is a multimedia course that prepares students ages 11 17 to use English in school and in school subject areas including math science and history Age Range Ages 11 17 Grade Levels 6 10 Proficiency Level Basic through Lower

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