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Based on key legislation pertaining to English language learners (ELLs) from your state and from your readings, create a brochure, newsletter, or Glogster to be used to inform parents in your community about English immersion policies and programs. Include the following: Historical developments that led to the policies regarding the role of English in their children’s classrooms. Pros for the English immersion program in the community or school you have chosen. At least two websites that enable parents to get additional information about the English immersion programs that parents would need to know about. A description of the characteristics of a relevant English immersion program in terms of instructional strategies, time spent in the classroom with other ELL students, and time spent in regular classrooms with native speakers. You can find this information on the Arizona Department of Education website or from the Department of Education website of your state. Definitions for any terms that parents would need to know.
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Course Code
ESL-223N
Class Code
ESL-223N-O101
Criteria
Criteria
Percentage
100.0%
Historical Developments
20.0%
Pros for English Immersion
15.0%
Web Resources
10.0%
Characteristics of a Relevant English Immersion
Program
20.0%
Definitions
10.0%
Visual Appeal
10.0%
Organization
5.0%
Mechanics (spelling, punctuation, grammar, and
language use)
10.0%
Total Weightage
100%
Key Events
No Submission (0.00%)
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25.0
Insufficient (65.00%)
Does not include enough examples of historical
developments that led to policies regarding the role of
English in the classroom; or the examples provided are
presented inaccurately.
The pros for the English immersion program in the
community or school chosen are not developed.
Not enough websites that would adequately enable parents
to get additional information about the English immersion
program are included.
Not enough characteristics of a relevant English immersion
program in terms of instructional strategies, time in
classroom with other ELLs, and time in classroom with native
speakers are included.
Does not include enough definitions of terms utilized in the
field that parents would need to know.
There are few or no graphic elements. No variation in layout
or typography is evident.
An attempt is made to organize the content, but the
sequence is indiscernible. The ideas presented are
compartmentalized and may not relate to each other.
Surface errors are pervasive enough that they impede
communication of meaning. Inappropriate word choice or
sentence construction are used.
Approaching (75.00%)
Could include more examples of historical developments that
led to policies regarding the role of English in the classroom;
or some of the examples provided could be presented more
accurately.
The pros for the English immersion program in the
community or school chosen could be more fully developed.
At least one of the two websites could more adequately
enable parents to get additional information about English
immersion programs.
The characteristics of a relevant English immersion program
in terms of instructional strategies, time in classroom with
other ELLs, and time in classroom with native speakers that
are included could be presented more accurately.
Could include definitions of more of the terms utilized in the
field that parents would need to know.
Minimal use of graphic elements is evident. Some elements
may not contribute to the understanding of concepts, ideas,
and relationships. There is some variation in type size, color,
and layout.
The content could be organized better even though it
provides the audience with a sense of the main idea.
Frequent and repetitive mechanical errors are present but
are not overly distracting to the reader; or inconsistent
language or word choice is present; or sentence structure
could be more varied.
Acceptable (85.00%)
Includes examples of historical developments that led to
policies regarding the role of English in the classroom.
Includes pros for the English immersion program in the
community or school chosen.
At least two websites that enable parents to get additional
information about English immersion programs are included.
The characteristics of a relevant English immersion program
in terms of instructional strategies, time in classroom with
other ELLs, and time in classroom with native speakers are
included.
Definitions for terms that parents would need to know are
included.
Thematic graphic elements are used, but not always in
context. Visual connections mostly contribute to the
understanding of concepts, ideas, and relationships.
Differences in type size or color are used well and
consistently.
The content is logically organized. The ideas presented relate
to each other. The content provides the audience with a clear
sense of the main idea.
Submission includes some mechanical errors, but they do not
hinder comprehension. A variety of effective sentence
structures are used, as well as some practice and contentrelated language.
Target (100.00%)
The examples of some of the main historical developments
that led to policies regarding the role of English in the
classroom are presented accurately.
Includes practical and insightful pros for the English
immersion program in the community or school chosen.
Includes at least two websites that are ideal for parents to get
additional information about English immersion programs.
Includes many of the main characteristics of a relevant
English immersion program in terms of instructional
strategies, time in classroom with other ELLs, and time in
classroom with native speakers.
Definitions for key terms utilized in the field that parents
would need to know are included.
Appropriate and thematic graphic elements are used to make
visual connections that contribute to the understanding of
concepts, ideas, and relationships. Differences in type size
and color are used well and consistently.
Comments
The content is well-organized and logical. There is a
sequential progression of ideas that relate to each other. The
content is presented as a cohesive unit and provides the
audience with a clear sense of the main idea.
Submission is virtually free of mechanical errors. Word choice
reflects well-developed use of practice and content-related
language. Sentence structures are varied and engaging.
Points Earned

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