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Secondary English Learners

Secondary

The English Learner (EL) services provide instruction to promote language development and proficiency in the four domains of listening, speaking, reading, and writing.? ELs have access to grade level curriculum at their English Language Proficiency (ELP) level with a focus on academic vocabulary, so they can access content instruction.

Middle School

Subject

English Language Development (ELD) 1 and 2

English Language Development (ELD) 3 and 4

Language Arts ELD 1 and ELD 2 Language Arts and Reading (two periods for each level). These courses are designed for ELs who are identified as EL 1 and EL 2. The courses teach English language arts and reading through a curriculum that is similar to the general education English language arts curriculum. Materials and instruction are appropriate for EL 1 and EL 2 students and allow them access to the standards of the general education courses. ELD 3 and ELD 4 Language Arts and Reading (two periods for each level). These courses are designed for English learners who are identified as EL 3 and EL 4. The courses follow the Virginia Standards of Learning for language arts and are taught using appropriate materials in order for students to access the content while developing English language proficiency.
Social Studies ELD 1 and ELD 2 Social Studies: Each course is designed for English learners identified as EL 1 and EL 2. This course follows the Virginia Standards of Learning for US History (Part 1) and builds content knowledge and English language proficiency. ELD 3-4 US History to 1865, Civics, and Economics, or General Education History (Geography/World History). ELD 3-4 US History to1865, Civics, and Economics courses are designed for English learners who are identified as EL 3 or EL 4. Geography/World History courses align to the general education standards for geography and world history.
Science ELD 1 and ELD 2 Science: Both courses are designed for English learners who are identified as EL 1 and EL 2. The courses build background and Virginia middle school science content while developing English language proficiency. Science – Students are enrolled in a general education science course.
Math General Education Mathematics (with additional support, if needed, through enrollment in an EL Mathematics class): Students are enrolled in the appropriate mathematics course. If additional support is needed, a student can also be enrolled in an ELD Mathematics course that supports learning the mathematics concepts and reinforces the language of mathematics. Mathematics – Students are enrolled in a general education mathematics course.
Electives

Health & Physical Education – Students are enrolled in general education physical education.

Elective – Students select and are enrolled in one or two general education elective(s) of their choice as their schedule permits.

Health & Physical Education – Students are enrolled in a general education physical education course.

Elective – Students select and are enrolled in general education electives of their choice .

High School

Subject

English Language Development (ELD) 1 and 2

English Language Development (ELD) 3 and 4

Language Arts ELD 1 and ELD 2 Language Arts and Reading: These courses are designed for English learners who are identified as EL 1 or EL 2. The courses teach English language arts and reading through a curriculum that is similar to the English language arts curriculum of the general education classes. Materials and instruction are appropriate for EL 1 and EL 2 students and allow them access to the standards of the general education courses.

English 9 ELD 3-4 (two periods): These courses are designed for English learners who are identified as EL 3 or EL 4. These courses follow the English 9 Standards of Learning and are taught using appropriate materials in order for students to understand the content while developing English language proficiency.

English 10 ELD 3-4 (two periods): These courses are designed for English learners who are identified as EL 3 or EL 4. These courses follow the English 10 Standards of Learning and are taught using appropriate materials in order for students to understand the content while developing English language proficiency.

Social Studies ELD 1 and ELD 2 Social Studies: These credit-bearing social studies classes align with the Virginia Standards of Learning. ELD 3-4 or General Education Social Studies: EL 3 and EL 4 students can be enrolled in a variety of social studies classes, which include World Geography, World History, US/Virginia History, or US Government.
Science

ELD 1 and ELD 2 Science: These courses build background in high school science content while developing English language proficiency.

ELD Principles of Physics: This credit-bearing science class aligns with the Virginia Standards of Learning.

ELD 3-4 or General Education Science: EL 3 and EL 4 students can be enrolled in a variety of science classes, which include Environmental Science, Biology, Chemistry, or Earth Science.
Math General Education Mathematics (with additional support, if needed, through enrollment in an EL Mathematics class): Students are enrolled in the appropriate grade level mathematics course. If additional support is needed, a student can also be enrolled in an EL Mathematics course that supports learning the mathematics concepts and reinforces the language of mathematics. Mathematics – Students are enrolled in a general education mathematics course.
Electives

Health & Physical Education – Students are enrolled in general education physical education.

Elective – Students select and are enrolled in general education electives of their choice, as their schedule permits.

Health & Physical Education – Students are enrolled in a general education physical education course.

Elective – Students select and are enrolled in general education electives of their choice, as their schedule permits.