ELL Resources/Curriculum

Within our ELL department, we utilize the following technology and learning tools:

◊ In-class translation when possible (only if necessary)

◊ TransACT Library (Please refer to ELL Communication Protocol on page 17 of this guide)

◊ Tele-Interpreters over-the-phone translation service (Please refer to ELL Communication Protocol on page 17 of this guide)

◊ AEA Learning Tools and assistance

◊ Hands-on activities

◊ Field trips

◊ ELL software, such as The Rosetta Stone Language Learning System

◊ The Princeton Review (assessment, instructional support, and student tools)

◊ Keyboarding (to enable better use of computer educational tools)

◊ On-line games, tutorials and quizzes

◊ The Oxford Picture Dictionary Series

◊ Grammar Sense by Oxford University Press

◊ How English Works by Oxford University Press

◊ Spelling-Linking Words to Meaning by Steck-Vaughn

◊ Avenues Reading Series by Hampton Brown

◊ Hooked on Phonics

◊ Signature Reading by Jamestown Education

◊ Soar to Success Invitations to Literacy by Houghton Mifflin

◊ Carrousel of IDEAS by Ballard & Tighe

◊ Multiple Word Meanings (James Lattyak & Suzanne Dedrick) by Pro-Ed

◊ Vocabulary in Context (James Lattyak & Suzanne Dedrick) by Pro-Ed