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This graphic is a tool that can be used for placing students based on age, CCSS, CEFR, VIPKid level, Lexile score, Pioneer Valley Books GRL (same as RAZ), DRA Developmental Reading Assessment Level, ATOS Accelerated Reader Level, Grade Level, and China’s National Public Education System Knowledge. There are multiple textbooks included in this chart, including TOEFL, Cambridge English, Oxford English Discover/Everybody Up/Let’s Go!/Phonics World, eFuture Grammar, Wonders, Wonderskills, Flip the Classroom, and National Geographic Reach Higher and Reading Explorer. It also includes English learning targets and cross-curricular goals. This graphic is a one-stop shop to finding the correct level for your English language learner in whatever text or curriculum you’re using.
This graphic is a tool that can be used for placing students in a speaking class based on VIPKid level and skills exhibited in a speaking test. There are multiple textbooks included in this chart, including general speaking textbooks, in addition to those focused on pronunciation, natural speech, phrasal verbs, colloquial speech and idioms, conversation and free talk, and oral grammar. This graphic is a one-stop shop to finding the correct level for your English language learner in whatever text or curriculum you’re using for a speaking course!
This product is a fillable PDF used to gather information about students when they’re new to you. Gather information such as name, age, location, contact information, sibling information, preferred class days and times, previous ESL experience and level, strengths and weaknesses in English, hobbies/interests, goals, focus of the class, and more. This fillable form is an easy way for parents to give you all the information you’ll need to tailor your classes to the needs of your students!
This product is a plot line diagram for uneven plots with mostly rising action and not much falling action or resolution. This can be used to diagram the plot for any story. It can be used to reinforce vocabulary relating to plot and can also be used to assess knowledge of what happens in a story. Perfect for a homework assignment or a post-reading activity.