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Term 4 Week 4: Assessing and collecting evidence of student progress

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Last updated by Breda Matthews

Hi everyone,

    Thank you to those who shared forms to collect ELLP  data from mainstream teachers. It is that time of year when teachers are looking at the progress students have made and collecting data. 

 

So have you seen the new look interactive guidance on completing the ELLP matrices? The grid now has links from the red arrows - see the screenshot below.

 

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There are also additional texts and links exemplifying each level - see the screenshot below. 

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Events

This week is Tokelau Language Week.  Find resources and information here

In relation to Tokelau Language Week we shared two resources with a focus on Tokelau

 

  • Solar Power in Tokelau highlights the world-first achievement of Tokelau in using renewable energy sources (solar energy and coconut oil) for all its electricity. It explains why Tokelau decided to switch from using fossil fuels and includes comments from a Tokelau family that illustrate the impact of the change. 

  • Tafoe O Every Sunday, a group of Tokelau adults and children meet in Wellington to pass on cultural knowledge. Recently, artist and master carver Paulino Tuwhala guided the group through the task of carving foe (paddles), which they used to perform a tafoe (dance).

 

 WATESOL (Wellington) November 13, 4-5:30pm, Massey University Wellington

Executive Seminar Suite. Guest speaker: Associate Professor Averil Coxhead. Title: Word lists: Something old, something new.

 

Wellington Literacy Association Meeting THE READING BOOK Launch workshop with Sheena Cameron & Louise Dempsey. 6th November 2019, Venue: Lower Hutt Events Centre, Laings Road, Lower Hutt. Time: 4-6.30pm (Afternoon tea from 4-4.30pm). Non-members $65.00 each Members $45.00 each or $40.00 per person for five or more from the same school. To enrol please email Melinda at wellingtonliteracy@nzla.org.nz 

 

Shared with us

Details of the CLESOL pre-conference workshops Speakers include

  • Lindsay Clandfield Award-winning writer, teacher, teacher trainer of English language teaching

  • Professor Carol Evans University of Birmingham

  • Dr Pauline Gibbons Adjunct Professor, University of New South Wales, Sydney

  • Jill Hadfield Associate Professor, teacher and teacher trainer. Author of over thirty five books.

  • Angela Scarino Associate Professor, University of South Australia

  • Dr Sophie Tauwehe Tamati Senior lecturer, University of Auckland

  • Scott Thornbury English Language Studies, New School, New York

 
Have a great week.
Breda
 

Breda Matthews

Facilitator: Secondary ESOL community 

 

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