• Kindergarten ELL Progress Report

    Student’s Name: ________________________________________                      Date: ______________________

    Language Proficiency Level

    Reading

    Writing

     

    Recount

    Explain

    Argue

    Recount

    Explain

    Argue

    Level

    1

    Entering

    ●  Match icons and symbols to corresponding pictures

    ●  Identify labeled real-life classroom objects

    ●  Match illustrations with modeled language

    ●  Identify steps in procedures from illustrations

    ●  Point to labeled pictures or objects of personal preferences

    ●  Match illustrations to words of personal interest

    ●  Dictate personal information scribed by adults

    ●  Reproduce icons or environmental print related to self

    ●  Describe familiar routines by drawing pictures and dictate to adults

    ●  Draw what comes next

    ●  Illustrate likes or dislikes from real-life objects or pictures

    ●  Draw or make collages about personal interests or content-related topics

    Level

    2

    Emerging

    ●  Reproduce content-related information in oral text through drawings

    ●  Act out familiar rhymes from text read aloud

    ●  Identify illustrated words or icons to show

    ●  Follow illustrated directions

    ●  Classify labeled pictures from stories according to different character traits

    ●  Make choices from illustrated descriptions and share with peers

    ●  Reproduce symbols, numbers, and illustrated words from models in context

    ●  Draw and label familiar people, objects, or events from models

    ●  Connect oral language to print

    ●  Reproduce labeled pictures or photographs to describe processes

    ●  Draw and reproduce words about preferences

    ●  State personal choices from models

    Level

    3

    Developing

    ●  Identify familiar words in context in small groups

    ●  Recognize persons and settings in illustrated text read aloud

    ●  Point out causes or motives in illustrated stories read aloud

    ●  Show relationships depicted in informational text with real-life objects

    ●  Predict next steps, actions, or events in informational text and stories read aloud

    ●  Indicate agreement or disagreement with authors’ points of view

    ●  Reproduce familiar words from labeled models or illustrations

    ●  Restate facts about personal experiences

    ●  Describe familiar events or phenomena using sentence starters and drawings

    ●  Identify self as an author through pictures and words

    ●  Agree or disagree with choices

    ●  Complete text about personal opinions on different topics

    Level

    4

    Expanding

    ●  Identify words in picture dictionaries

    ●  Recognize common types of text

    ●  Demonstrate  relationship between objects, people, or animals from descriptions read aloud

    ●  Classify how to resolve situations faced by characters or in content-related text using graphic organizers

    ●  Interpret pictures in informational text as true or false

    ●  Compare choices of different characters in illustrated text read aloud

    ●  Produce familiar words and phrases from environmental print and illustrated text

    ●  Draw and describe different parts of stories, personal experiences, or events

    ●  Describe how to do something through a sequence of pictures and words

    ●  Compose group drafts on different processes based on oral input or experiences

    ●  Produce statements about choices using different models as examples

    ●  Build short sentences from personal preferences using pictures or photos with partners

    Level

    5

    Bridging

    ●  Order words to form short sentences from oral models

    ●  Identify language related to spatial

    ●  Match familiar descriptive phrases to objects or illustrations

    ●  Compare how to do something in different ways

    ●  Evaluate situations in picture books and match them to related reasons for choices

    ●  Agree or disagree with actions of characters in illustrated text read aloud

    ●  Describe everyday experiences using illustrated phrases and short sentences

    ●  Produce illustrated stories about self or family

    ●  Describe uses of tools or objects with a peer

    ●  Sequence content-related processes by drawing and describe objects

    ●  Make requests to indicate preferences

    ●  List reasons for content-related choices with guidance and support

    Language Proficiency Level

    Listening

    Speaking

     

    Recount

    Explain

    Argue

    Recount

    Explain

    Argue

    Level

    1

    Entering

    ●  Point to pictures described orally in context

    ●  Find familiar people, places, or objects named orally

    ●  Identify illustrated activities described orally

    ●  Follow modeled actions to show likes or dislikes

    ●  Identify personal choices

    ●  Classify everyday objects by descriptive features

    ●  Repeat  words, simple phrases or expressions from familiar stories

    ●  Participate in group songs, chants, or poems using physical movement

    ●  Identify familiar objects used in everyday routines and activities

    ●  Rehearse and act out key steps in procedures or classroom routines following models

    ●  State personal likes from oral prompts

    ●  Name choices from models

    Level

    2

    Emerging

    ●  Respond  with gestures to songs, chants, or stories

    ●  Match familiar pictures, objects, or movements to oral statements

    ●  Match real-life objects to illustrations about their use

    ●  Identify people and places associated with everyday events

    ●  Discriminate between words and phrases related to personal choices

    ●  Identify oral preferences stated by others

    ●  Restate some language associated with illustrated short stories
    or informational text

    ●  Re-enact various roles when interacting in pairs or in small groups

    ●  Describe uses of everyday objects or roles of familiar people

    ●  State attributes and classifying objects into categories

    ●  State personal preferences

    ●  Agree or disagree with familiar questions

    Level

    3

    Developing

    ●  Act out songs, chants, stories and poems with gestures

    ●  Follow one step directions

    ●  Identify language associated with features of objects or print

    ●  Follow peer-modeled oral commands with a partner

    ●  Act out opposites using gestures

    ●  Respond nonverbally to show agreement or disagreement with opinions

    ●  Retell main events in short narrative stories  using pictures

    ●  Describe attributes of familiar objects, people, and places

    ●  Compare sizes of familiar phenomena

    ●  State reasons for classroom routines or procedures

    ●  State personal preferences or opinions

    ●  Predict everyday situations or events from illustrations

    Level

    4

    Expanding

    ●  Role play in response to illustrated stories read aloud

    ●  Match descriptions of content-related topics to illustrations or graphics

    ●  Draw individual phases or steps to “how” questions

    ●  Point out illustrated details that match oral descriptions of cycles or procedures

    ●  Draw to make predictions from illustrated stories read aloud

    ●  Classify fact from fiction in oral discourse

    ●  Retell familiar stories through pictures

    ●  Share personal stories or experiences

    ●  Describe classroom routines

    ●  Compare and contrast placement of real-life objects and phenomena

    ●  Express likes, dislikes, or preferences with reasons

    ●  Give reasons for classifying familiar objects

    Level

    5

    Bridging

    ●  Arrange content-related objects or illustrations according to oral discourse

    ●  Make patterns from real objects or pictures based on oral direction

    ●  Identify illustrations related to cause and effect from oral information

    ●  Reenact procedural information obtained from videos or other media

    ●  Agree or disagree with oral claims using gestures

    ●  Identify reasons for choices in real life scenarios)

    ●  Relate school-based content and personal experiences with peers and adults

    ●  Rephrase events from stories or information

    ●  Provide details related to classroom activities and tasks

    ●  Describe steps in familiar cycles and processes)

    ●  Offer personal opinions about content-related ideas

    ●  Give reasons for content-related information when modeled