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- Provide ELL push in and/or pull out instruction to students in grades K-12.
- Assist in administering required language proficiency and academic achievement tests for determining placement for students in grades K-12
- Monitoring of student progress.
- Maintain database of ELL and ELL-eligible students.
- Assist in developing language acquisition support plans (ELL plans) for all ELL students and work with classroom teachers to implement plans.
- Assist in completing ELL Accommodations forms and ELL Progress Reports for students.
- Coach classroom teachers to support differentiated instruction.
- Coach classroom teacher to support SIOP lessons.
- Monitor and support classrooms K-12.
- Assist in developing appropriate curriculum to help ELL students acquire the English language.
- Employ a variety of instructional techniques and teaching strategies to meet different aptitudes and interests of students, including whole group (co-teaching) small-group or individual learning.
- Assist in compiling and maintaining a profile summary (record of achievement and progress) for each tier 3student.
- Assist in gathering and reporting data for reporting requirements and other required reports (to the State, School Board, Department of Education, census, grant applications, annual report, etc.).
- Establish and maintain communication with parents of students in the program.
- Engage parents and families in their student’s learning and acting as an ambassador for the school in the community.
- Participate in Leadership Team Meetings.
- Contribute productively to the school as a whole.
- Participate in in-service and staff development activities and staff meetings as required or assigned.
- Stay current on essential job training (e.g., WIDA and W-APT administration).
- Advocate for the students.
- Notifies parents on all EL requirements through the year.
- Find and order suitable EL curriculum.
- Collaborates with classroom teachers on SIOP strategies.
- Attend IEP, Section 504, or other related meetings necessary for EL student assessment and/or compliance with federal and/or state law.
- Attend and participate in established traditional school-sponsored activities (i.e, back-to school night, open house, and other activities customarily attended by classroom teachers and/or faculty members), which may be outside of regular school hours.
- Present progress monitoring/ request information to the board for approval.
- Monitor FLEP students for two years.
- Monitors and proctor WIDA test to all EL K-12 students.
- Screens incoming students with the W-APT test to determine program placement.
- Create and update an EL handbook.
- Create and update an EL brochure.
- Set and monitor all EL paraprofessionals schedules
- Monitor all EL paraprofessionals in the push in and pull out support activities.
- Other duties as assigned.