Assessment

Now that you’ve found out what the student(s) knows or doesn’t know, it is time to use what you have learned to identify levels of proficiency and areas of need, so you can plan APPROPRIATE activities and general instruction.

Since assessment is an ongoing process, be sure to incorporate the above strategies as you continue to work with your student. Assessment is an ONGOING process that will be incorporated in most of the activities you do with your students. You are continually finding out what are the areas your students need special attention and development. Now it’s time to:

  1. Use the “Individualized Language Instructional Plan” form to help you plan appropriate instruction
  2. Access ideas/activities/lessons for the different linguistic needs and levels of your students.