• ELL
     
    SUPERVISOR OF WORLD LANGUAGES & ELL, ALMA REYES
    Phone: (609) 466 7602 ext. 6321  Email: areyes@mtsd.us

     

    The Montgomery Township School District is dedicated to providing students with the English language skills and cultural understanding they need to succeed academically as prescribed by national and state standards for English language acquisition. The district offers a K-12 program supporting the development of listening, reading, speaking and writing skills aligned to grade-level content instruction and language proficiency levels as measured by  World-Class Instructional Design and Assessment (WIDA) Consortium’s assessment system.  

     

    * English Language Learners (ELL) is now the term used in place of ESL (English as a Second Language). 

     
     ORCHARD HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (K-2)
    Curriculum is based on thematic language units incorporating the four language domains of listening, speaking, reading and writing. Students meet in a pull out class comprising no more than four students based upon grade and English proficiency level for a 40-minute period.
     
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    VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (3-4) 
    Curriculum is based on thematic language units incorporating the four language domains of listening, speaking, reading and writing. Students meet in a pull out class comprising no more than four students based upon grade and English proficiency level for a 40-minute period.
     
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    LOWER MIDDLE SCHOOL (5-6)
    Curriculum is based on thematic language units incorporating the four language domains of listening, speaking, reading and writing. Students meet in a pull out class comprising no more than four students based upon grade and English proficiency level for a 40-minute period.
     
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    UPPER MIDDLE SCHOOL (7-8) 
    Students are scheduled for a block of 84 minutes of instruction each day.   English as a Second Language is taught in a small group environment on A days and allows students to use and practice the English language in the four domains of listening, speaking, reading and writing through a curriculum that reflects academic language needed for success in all subject areas.  On B days, students have ELL Lab during which students are provided support for their other academic courses in a small group environment.
     
     
     
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    MONTGOMERY HIGH SCHOOL (9-12)
    A regular scheduled academic class for the student, it is taught in a small group environment every other day for 84 minutes and allows students to use and practice the English language in the four domains of listening, speaking, reading and writing in English through various activities.  The curriculum is aligned to English Language Arts standards and can take the place of a standard  high school ELA course.  Every other day, students have ELL Lab in which they are provided support for their other academic courses in a small group environment. 
     
    TEACHER:
     Iryna Lupak

    Ilupak@mtsd.us

Last Modified on March 22, 2018