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ELL Resources by Grade Level
REQUEST for Assessment or ELL Meeting Forms
Reading St. K-5 Pacing Guides 2015-2016
Middle School SEI Curriculum Overview
L.E.A.P. @ MHS Pilot for ELLs
REACH National Geographic Assessments
Common Core and PARCC
Research on DDM's
ACCESS for ELLS Resources and Score Reporting
LAT Meeting Forms
RTI and SPED Resources:
SST Meetings for ELLS
Lesson Planning Resources
Understanding by Design Lesson Plans for ELLs
Instructional Strategies for ELLs
Content Area Supports for ELLs: Math and Science
Key Comprehension SS and Science
MCAS Bilingual Glossaries
Malden Students with Interrupted Schooling & ELL (SIFE)
Intake procedures for ELLs
AMAO's for Malden ELLS
Parent Interviews in Native Languages to collect Background Knowledge
Online Mandatory Training
Retell Resources for Teachers
RETELL Resources: How to apply
SEI Laws and Regulations for ELLs
Professional Development and Webcasts
TEACH Point Resources
MA DESE Resources for Parents
Resources for our Families and Student Work
Assessment Dates 2014-2014 and Pacing guides
Jennifer McCabe M.Ed.
RETELL and SEI Endorsement Information
Retell Home Page MA DESE:
How to get SEI Endorsement credit:
Questions about Retell??:
MA DESE SEI MTEL
How to apply for SEI endorsement:
MA DESE Staff list
Malden Public Schools Retell Initiative and Coursework Link
Malden ELLs FY13.pptx
Retell in a Nutshell Document from the Massachusetts Teacher's Association
Malden schools and teachers serve families with a large variety of languages and backgrounds including speakers of Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Haitian Creole, French, Vietnamese, and Arabic to name but a few. On this wiki you can find resources and lesson plans for ELLs by grade level as well as links to useful websites.
Retell Information from MA DESE
To obtain the SEI Teacher Endorsement,
most incumbent core academic teachers
will be required to take and pass a newly developed SEI endorsement course between January 15, 2013 and
July 1, 2016.
A core academic teacher includes
"[f]or purposes of sheltered English immersion instruction, early childhood and elementary teachers, teachers of students with moderate disabilities, teachers of severe disabilities, and teachers of the following academic subjects: English, reading or language arts, mathematics, science, civics and government, economics, history, and geography."
The course is equivalent to a 3-credit graduate course and includes 16 sessions, 6 of which are online, for a total of 45 hours. Teachers will be expected to master subject matter knowledge and related practices grounded in SEI research.
As of July 1, 2014, all applicants for an initial license as a core academic teacher,
or as a principal/assistant principal or supervisor/director, must obtain the SEI endorsement applicable to their role.
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