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NYSESLAT

            NYSESLAT  2016             

 

 

               

                                                                                                

                                Every April & May all NYS ESL students are given a state mandated test (NYSESLAT) to assess their proficiency and growth in English.

 Cada mayo, los estudiantes en ESL toman un examen de mandato del estado de Nueva York que se llama NYSESLAT para evaluar sus habilidades y progreso en inglés.

Speaking 2016: April 12-May 13

Reading, Writing & Listening 2016: May 2-May 13

Submit to Scoring Center by May 27th


2016 NYSESLAT Information

http://www.esboces.org/Page/1461 

2015 School Administrator's Manual

http://www.p12.nysed.gov/assessment/sam/nyseslat/nyseslat-sam-15.pdf

  

There were 5 fundamental changes or shifts in 2015:

1. Measures CCLS and 5 New Language Arts (NLA) Progressions

2. Performance levels:

(The five levels:Entering, Emerging, Transitioning,

Expanding, and Commanding at which each student is identified by the NYSESLAT

to describe the student’s academic English language proficiency)

3. Integrated approach to modalities (R,W,L)

4. Text complexity:

Focuses on aspects of instruction

that students encounter in content-area classrooms

5. Instructionally relevant academic language:

The questions focus on the language and language structures

that support the content as opposed to the content itself


*See NYSESLAT 2015 Turnkey Training 


            (Contact Mid-state RBERN at http://betac.ocmboces.org/ for more information)

              Click on the pictures below to read more about the NYSESLAT:             

 

                                                   

NYSESLAT 2016 Sample Items

 

 

 

           

 

 

          

2015 NYSELAT Turnkey Training-Writing & Speaking

 

 

 

 

 Resources for the 2016 NYSESLAT 

 


 

 

 

         graphics from www.school-clip-art.com


NYSESLAT Webinettes


 

https://www.engageny.org/content

/nyseslat-webinettes


 

 



Related Links

    » Parent Guide to the NYSESLAT
    » NYSESLAT Webinettes




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