Accommodating ell in the classroom
They apply this strategy when the words share similar parts in their spellings, for example, reading screen by analogy to green.Students may be taught a large set of key words for use in reading new words.An inability to accurately process and interpret sound information.Students with APD often do not recognize subtle differences between sounds in words.
A person can be predominantly inattentive (often referred to as ADD), predominantly hyperactive-impulsive, or a combination of these two. Ability to detect differences in sounds; may be gross ability, such as detecting the differences between the noises made by a cat and dog, or fine ability, such as detecting the differences made by the sounds of letters "m" and "n." Ability to retain information which has been presented orally; may be short term memory, such as recalling information presented several seconds before; long term memory, such as recalling information presented more than a minute before; or sequential memory, such as recalling a series of information in proper order.
For more information, go to The Americans with Disabilities Act.
In this approach, students are taught to use parts of words they have already learned to read and decode words they don't know.
In a norm-referenced assessment, individual student's scores are reported relative to those of the norming population.
This can be done in a variety of ways, but one way is to report the average age of people who received the same score as the individual child.