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English Language Development

 English Language Development


The Los Gatos Union School District  offers information and support to students and their teachers as they learn English as a Second Language.  The supports provided to students and their classroom teachers include materials and resources. 

Gail Bennett - K-5    

ELL Tutor Elementary - (408) 335-2116
gbennett@lgusd.k12.ca.us

Cara Appleton - RJF 6-8    

ELL Tutor Middle School - (408) 335-2348
cappleton@lgusd.k12.ca.us

 

District English Learners
Advisory Committee
DELAC                                   Date                        

Fall 2016 DELAC Meeting                       Agenda

 

Winter 2017 DELAC Meeting                   Agenda

 

Spring 2017  DELAC Meeting                   Agenda

10/25/16              Presentation

 

 3/14/17                Minutes

3/14/17      DELAC Parent Suggestions

5/23/17   Minutes


MATERIALS

Math

  • Core:  K-5 McGraw Hill - My Math
    6-8 Houghton Mifflin - Go Math!

Reading/Language Arts

  • Core: Houghton-Mifflin, Grades K-5; Pearson Prentice Hall, Timeless Voices, Timesless Themes 6-8
  • Supplemental: Leveled Readers, Grade K-5

K-6 English Language Development

  • Core: Hampton Brown, Avenues, Grades K-5
  • National Geographic School Publishing with Hampton Brown High Point and Inside, Grades 6-8

Spelling

  • Core: Houghton-Mifflin, Grades 1-6

Science

  • Core: FOSS CA Grades K-5; CPO Science Grades 6-8

History/Social Science

  • Core: Pearson Scott Foresman Grades K-3; Houghton Mifflin Grades 4-5; Pearson Prentice/Hall Grades 6, 8; TCI Grade 7

Music

  • Core: Share the Music, McGraw-Hill, Grades K-6
  • Supplemental: Belwin Band Builders Method, Grades 4-6; Accent on Achievement, Grades 4-6

RESOURCE LINKS

California English Language Development Test (CELDT)

State law (Education Code sections 313, 60810, and 60812) requires the development of a state test that school districts must give to students whose home language is not English. This test is called the California English Language Development Test (CELDT).

Parent Information Brochure

Other Resource Links

Website Link
Starfall www.starfall.com
Grammar Activities http://a4esl.org/