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ESL REPORT CARD Grades 3 -12 STUDENT:

School Year 20 - 20 Date: Native Language:


ESL Level (Sept.): Beginner Intermediate Advanced
ESL Teacher: Date of Entry into ELSS:
LAB-R Date / Score:
Classroom Teacher & Class: NYSESLAT Date / Score:
ACADEMIC REPORT CARD (circle one) FALL WINTER SPRING JUNE

LISTENING Always Usually Sometimes Not Yet


Understands conversation in English
Understands the lesson (academic English)
Understands when ESL teacher reads
Understands grade-level vocabulary
Follows directions
CONCERNS: ( ) Has trouble focusing ( ) Has trouble remembering directions ( ) Needs frequent repetition

SPEAKING Always Usually Sometimes Not Yet


Speaks clearly, is understood by others
Uses varied vocabulary
Speaks in complex sentences
Speaks with few grammatical errors
Responds to questions appropriately in English
Participates in class discussion
CONCERNS: ( ) Has trouble staying on the topic ( ) Often calls out answers ( ) Has trouble retelling stories

READING Always Usually Sometimes Not Yet


Knows letters and their sounds
Reads new words (decodes)
Reads sight words & signs
Uses appropriate reading strategies
Reads and understands ESL texts
Reads and understands classroom texts
Reads and understands after reading silently
Retells a story correctly
CONCERNS: ( )Guesses words; doesn’t decode ( )Reads, but has trouble remembering or understanding the meaning

WRITING Always Usually Sometimes Not Yet


Expresses ideas with short sentences
Applies spelling skills
Uses advanced vocabulary
Writes complex sentences with proper punctuation & form
Writes with few grammatical errors
Writes paragraphs, stories & projects
Writes essays & book reports with details & explanations
CONCERNS: ( )Poor handwriting ( )Writes off-topic ( )Weak essay writing ( )Weak punctuation & grammar

Teacher’s Comments On The Back Teacher’s Signature

Developed by ESL Teachers focus group convened by Nassau BOCES BETAC, Spring 2004