Based on major court cases and legislation pertaining to ELLs, create a brochure, newsletter, or Glogster to be
used to inform parents of ELLs about legislative events that have affected English language instruction in
Part 1 of your submission should include a brief description for each of the following:
At least two of the following major court cases pertaining to ELLs: Lau v. Nichols, Castaneda v. Pickard, Flores
v. Arizona, or Plyler v. Doe.
At least two of the following federal laws or mandates that have affected education for ELLs: Every Student
Succeeds Act (ESSA), Title III, Title VI, or a resolution from the Office for Civil Rights/Department of Justice.
At least two of the following Arizona laws or policies that have directly affected the ELL program model:
Proposition 203, House Bill 2010, House Bill 2064, and Move On When Reading.
With the submission of Part 1, write a 500-750 word description of the ELLs and program model in Arizona.
Part 2 of your submission should include:
A brief explanation of the demographic composition of the PK-12 ELL population in Arizona.
An explanation of the process of determining ELL program eligibility, including the use of the Home Language
Survey and the Arizona English Language Learner Assessment (AZELLA) for placement and reassessment.
A description of the standard accommodations available to ELLs for assessment.
A description of the characteristics of the English immersion program model in Arizona in terms of time
allocations, grouping of ELLs with native speakers, use of ELLs’ native language, and integration of English
within academic content.
A statement regarding the differences between Structured English Immersion classrooms, bilingual classrooms,
and Individual Language Learner Plans and how they relate to current societal trends and issues in the education
Support this assignment with at least three resources