ELL Programs by School and Model
The English Language Acceleration Program (ELAP) is the base program for all schools with any number of ELL students. The specialized programs detailed below include all the following univeral elements of ELAP with specific additions. ELAP program features:
- Base program for all sites and classrooms serving ELLs
- Strengthens grade-level instruction for ELLs and ALL students
- Includes Integrated English Level Development (ELD) and Designated ELD
- ALL sites and staff must have the skills and resources to effectively serve students including ELLs.
NewcomerDual Language(DL) Long Term English Learner (LTEL) Early Exit Transitional Who? Students who have been in the US for three years or less All students who wish to be completely bilingual and biliterate ELLs who have been in US schools for over six years and are not yet proficient in English. Early elementary ELLs who are dominant in their home language What?Newcomer programs offer intensive support in language & content learning, cultural knowledge building, & social emotional learning-Includes both universal supports (which is offered at all schools with newcomers) and intensive Newcomer Program versions that include additional designated ELDDual language programs provide instruction in two languages in order for students to become fully bilingual and biliterate-DL programs feature Integrated and Designated Language Development in BOTH English and Spanish-Families of all students including ELLs, English Only, Initially Fluent English Proficient, and Redesignated English Fluent Proficient -Targeted and intensive support in academic language and literacy to promote progress towards English Language fluency.
Early Exit programs use student's home language to support English language acquistion and full transition to English-only instruction by third grade.
Program Variations:Universal Newcomer supports: Offered at all schools with newcomersNewcomer Programs include additional supports and designated ELD offered at the schools below.Two Way Immersion: For students of all language backgrounds hoping to become fully bilingual and biliterateOne Way Immersion: For students that are either bilingual or students dominant in SpanishAcademic Language Acceleration Course: Secondary only, LTELs and At-risk ELLsLiteracy Acceleration: for LTELs, 6th-12thSpanish Early-Exit Transitional Where?Elementary Schools:-Bridges-Franklin-GarfieldMiddle Schools:-Alliance-Bret Harte-Frick Impact Academy-Melrose Leadership Academy-Urban Promise Academy-Roosevelt-WestlakeHigh Schools:-Bret Harte (9th grade)-Castlemont-Fremont High School-Oakland High School-Oakland International High School-Rudsdale Continuation SchoolElementary Schools:-Global Family (TK-5)-Community United (TK-5)-Esperanza Elementary (K-5)-International Community School (K-5)-Manzanita SEED (TK-5)- Greenleaf (K-1)Middle Schools:-Melrose Leadership Academy (TK-8)- Oakland School of Language (SOL) (6-7)Elementary School (early intervention): GarfieldMiddle Schools:- Bret Harte- Elmhurst Community Prep- Greenleaf- Urban Promise Academy- United For Success Academy- West Oakland Middle SchoolHigh Schools:-Castlemont-MacClymonds- SkylineSpanish Early-Exit Transitional:-Acorn Woodland (K-3)-Bridges @ Melrose (K-2)-Brookfield (K-2)-East Oakland Pride (K-2)-La Escuelita (K-2)-Markham (K-2)-New Highland (K-2)-Manzanita Community (K-3)