2014-15

Individualized Accommodations Plan for
Grade:

Student’s Name:

ROSA SIERRA

8 FMS

School: Forestbrook Middle School

English Proficiency: 4

INSTRUCTION:
Allow extended time for completion of assignments and projects.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Pre-teach vocabulary and incorporate teaching sight vocabulary for beginning English readers.
 Vocabulary is taught in small group and reviewed with ESOL group pull out program

GROUPING SUGGESTIONS:
Small Groups
 Small groups are done in the classroom and with ESOL group pull out program

ASSESSMENT:
Allow short answer for LEP students (avoid essay questions).
 Conducted in all classrooms
Reduce number of questions and prioritize questions.
 Conducted in all classrooms

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2014-15

Individualized Accommodations Plan for
TREVINO
Grade:
8
School: Forestbrook Middle School

Student’s Name:

ADA HERNANDEZ-

English Proficiency: 2.6

INSTRUCTION:
Articulate clearly, pause often, limit idiomatic expressions, and slang.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Permit student errors in spelling and grammar except when explicitly taught. Acknowledge errors as
indications of learning.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Model expected student outcomes. Show a finished product of what is expected.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Allow extended time for completion of assignments and projects.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Rephrase directions and questions.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Pair with native English speakers that are compassionate and mature learners.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Pre-teach vocabulary and incorporate teaching sight vocabulary for beginning English readers.
 Vocabulary is taught in small group and reviewed with ESOL group pull out program

GROUPING SUGGESTIONS:
Pair with native English speakers.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Small Groups
 Small groups are done in the classroom and with ESOL group pull out program

ASSESSMENT:
Allow short answer for LEP students (avoid essay questions).
 Conducted in all classrooms
Reduce number of questions and prioritize questions.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Provide oral administration and/or oral response
 Conducted in all classrooms
Oral administration:
Writing
Mathematics
Science
 Conducted in all classrooms

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Social Studies

2014-15

Individualized Accommodations Plan for
Grade:

School: Forestbrook Middle School

English Proficiency: 8

INSTRUCTION:
No accommodations needed at this time.

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Student’s Name: RAUL GARCIA TREJO

8

2014-15

Individualized Accommodations Plan for
Grade:

School: Forestbrook Middle School

English Proficiency: 8

INSTRUCTION:
No accommodations needed at this time.

Revised 8-11-2014

Student’s Name:

8

ALEJANDRO TRUJILLO

2014-15

Individualized Accommodations Plan for
Grade:

Student’s Name: JOSE ALCAZAR JR.

8

School: Forestbrook Middle School

English Proficiency: 4

INSTRUCTION:
Model expected student outcomes. Show a finished product of what is expected.
 Conducted in all classrooms

GROUPING SUGGESTIONS:
Small Groups
 Small groups are done in the classroom and with ESOL group pull out program

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2014-15

Individualized Accommodations Plan for
Grade:

Student’s Name: YAMILA ALCOSER SILVA

8

School: Forestbrook Middle School

English Proficiency: 2

INSTRUCTION:
Permit student errors in spelling and grammar except when explicitly taught. Acknowledge errors as
indications of learning.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Allow extended time for completion of assignments and projects.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Simplify language. (Ex. Use short sentences, use simple directions)
 Conducted in all classrooms
Pre-teach vocabulary and incorporate teaching sight vocabulary for beginning English readers.
 Vocabulary is taught in small group and reviewed with ESOL group pull out program

GROUPING SUGGESTIONS:
Pair with native English speakers.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Small Groups
 Small groups are done in the classroom and with ESOL group pull out program

ASSESSMENT:
Provide oral administration and/or oral response
 Conducted in all classrooms
Oral administration:
Writing
Mathematics
 Conducted in all classrooms

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Science

Social Studies

2014-15

Individualized Accommodations Plan for
Grade:

Student’s Name: NIKKI CHEN

8

School: Forestbrook Middle School

English Proficiency: 4

INSTRUCTION:
Rephrase directions and questions.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Pre-teach vocabulary and incorporate teaching sight vocabulary for beginning English readers.
 Vocabulary is taught in small group and reviewed with ESOL group pull out program

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2014-15

Individualized Accommodations Plan for
Grade:

Student’s Name: MICHAEL CRUZ

8

School: Forestbrook Middle School

English Proficiency: 4

INSTRUCTION:
Rephrase directions and questions.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Allow wait time for responses.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Pre-teach vocabulary and incorporate teaching sight vocabulary for beginning English readers.
 Vocabulary is taught in small group and reviewed with ESOL group pull out program

GROUPING SUGGESTIONS:
Small Groups
 Small groups are done in the classroom and with ESOL group pull out program

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2014-15

Individualized Accommodations Plan for Student’s Name:
AQUINO
Grade:
8
School: Forestbrook Middle School English Proficiency: 3

KARINA CORDERO-

INSTRUCTION:
Permit student errors in spelling and grammar except when explicitly taught. Acknowledge errors as
indications of learning.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Model expected student outcomes. Show a finished product of what is expected.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Allow extended time for completion of assignments and projects.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Simplify language. (Ex. Use short sentences, use simple directions)
 Conducted in all classrooms
Pre-teach vocabulary and incorporate teaching sight vocabulary for beginning English readers.
 Vocabulary is taught in small group and reviewed with ESOL group pull out program

GROUPING SUGGESTIONS:
Pair with native English speakers.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Small Groups
 Small groups are done in the classroom and with ESOL group pull out program

ASSESSMENT:
Allow short answer for LEP students (avoid essay questions).
 Conducted in all classrooms
Reduce number of questions and prioritize questions.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Provide oral administration and/or oral response
 Conducted in all classrooms
Oral administration:
Writing
Science
Social Studies
 Conducted in all classrooms

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2014-15

Individualized Accommodations Plan for
Grade:

Student’s Name:

FRANCISCO SERNA

8

School: Forestbrook Middle School

English Proficiency: 3.9

INSTRUCTION:
Model expected student outcomes. Show a finished product of what is expected.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Allow extended time for completion of assignments and projects.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Rephrase directions and questions.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Allow wait time for responses.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Pre-teach vocabulary and incorporate teaching sight vocabulary for beginning English readers.
 Vocabulary is taught in small group and reviewed with ESOL group pull out program

GROUPING SUGGESTIONS:
Small Groups
 Small groups are done in the classroom and with ESOL group pull out program

ASSESSMENT:
Allow short answer for LEP students (avoid essay questions).
 Conducted in all classrooms
Reduce number of questions and prioritize questions.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Oral administration:
Writing
Mathematics
Science
 Conducted in all classrooms

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Social Studies

2014-15

Individualized Accommodations Plan for
Grade:

Student’s Name:

SERGUI MENDOZA

8

School: Forestbrook Middle School

English Proficiency: 4

INSTRUCTION:
Model expected student outcomes. Show a finished product of what is expected.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Pre-teach vocabulary and incorporate teaching sight vocabulary for beginning English readers.
 Vocabulary is taught in small group and reviewed with ESOL group pull out program

GROUPING SUGGESTIONS:
Small Groups
 Small groups are done in the classroom and with ESOL group pull out program

ASSESSMENT:
Allow short answer for LEP students (avoid essay questions).
 Conducted in all classrooms
Reduce number of questions and prioritize questions.
 Conducted in all classrooms

Revised 8-11-2014

2014-15

Individualized Accommodations Plan for
Grade:

School: Forestbrook Middle School

English Proficiency: 4

INSTRUCTION:
No accommodations needed at this time.

Revised 8-11-2014

Student’s Name:

8

KIM DIHN

2014-15

Individualized Accommodations Plan for Student’s Name:
XOLO
Grade:
8
School: Forestbrook Middle School English Proficiency: 2

KEVIN MARTINEZ

INSTRUCTION:
Permit student errors in spelling and grammar except when explicitly taught. Acknowledge errors as
indications of learning.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Model expected student outcomes. Show a finished product of what is expected.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Allow extended time for completion of assignments and projects.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Rephrase directions and questions.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Simplify language. (Ex. Use short sentences, use simple directions)
 Conducted in all classrooms
Allow wait time for responses.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Pre-teach vocabulary and incorporate teaching sight vocabulary for beginning English readers.
 Vocabulary is taught in small group and reviewed with ESOL group pull out program

GROUPING SUGGESTIONS:
Pair with native English speakers.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Small Groups
 Small groups are done in the classroom and with ESOL group pull out program

ASSESSMENT:
Allow short answer for LEP students (avoid essay questions).
 Conducted in all classrooms
Reduce number of questions and prioritize questions.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Provide oral administration and/or oral response
 Conducted in all classrooms
Rephrase directions
 Conducted in all classrooms
Oral administration:
Writing
Mathematics
Science
 Conducted in all classrooms

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Social Studies

2014-15

Individualized Accommodations Plan for
Grade:

Student’s Name: CARLOS OCHOA

8

School: Forestbrook Middle School

English Proficiency: 3

INSTRUCTION:
Model expected student outcomes. Show a finished product of what is expected.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Allow extended time for completion of assignments and projects.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Rephrase directions and questions.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Simplify language. (Ex. Use short sentences, use simple directions)
 Conducted in all classrooms
Pre-teach vocabulary and incorporate teaching sight vocabulary for beginning English readers.
 Vocabulary is taught in small group and reviewed with ESOL group pull out program

GROUPING SUGGESTIONS:
Pair with native English speakers.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Small Groups
 Small groups are done in the classroom and with ESOL group pull out program

ASSESSMENT:
Allow short answer for LEP students (avoid essay questions).
 Conducted in all classrooms
Reduce number of questions and prioritize questions.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Provide oral administration and/or oral response
 Conducted in all classrooms
Oral administration:
Writing
Mathematics
Science
 Conducted in all classrooms

Revised 8-11-2014

Social Studies

2014-15

Individualized Accommodations Plan for
Grade:

Student’s Name:

ELDA XHEMOLLARI

8

School: Forestbrook Middle School

English Proficiency: 4

INSTRUCTION:
Model expected student outcomes. Show a finished product of what is expected.
 Conducted in all classrooms

GROUPING SUGGESTIONS:
Small Groups
 Small groups are done in the classroom and with ESOL group pull out program

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2014-15

Individualized Accommodations Plan for
Grade:

Student’s Name:

MATEI CRAILA

8

School: Forestbrook Middle School

English Proficiency: 4.6

INSTRUCTION:
Model expected student outcomes. Show a finished product of what is expected.
 Conducted in all classrooms

GROUPING SUGGESTIONS:
Small Groups
 Small groups are done in the classroom and with ESOL group pull out program

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2014-15

Individualized Accommodations Plan for
Grade:

Student’s Name:

MYRA PEREZ-GARCIA

8

School: Forestbrook Middle School

English Proficiency: 1.0

INSTRUCTION:
Limit or modify note taking.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Articulate clearly, pause often, limit idiomatic expressions, and slang.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Permit student errors in spelling and grammar except when explicitly taught. Acknowledge errors as
indications of learning.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Model expected student outcomes. Show a finished product of what is expected.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Allow extended time for completion of assignments and projects.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Rephrase directions and questions.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Simplify language.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Allow wait time for responses.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Pair with native English speakers that are compassionate and mature learners.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Incorporate student culture (as appropriate).
 Conducted in all classrooms
Pre-teach vocabulary and incorporate teaching sight vocabulary for beginning English readers.
 Vocabulary is taught in small group and reviewed with ESOL group pull out program
Choose alternate reading selections, shorten reading selections or modified text.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Bilingual Dictionary
 Conducted in all classrooms

GROUPING SUGGESTIONS:
Pair with native English speakers.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Small Groups
 Small groups are done in the classroom and with ESOL group pull out program

ASSESSMENT:
Allow open note/open book tests (include page numbers as appropriate).
 Conducted in all classrooms
Allow short answer for LEP students (avoid essay questions).
 Conducted in all classrooms
Reduce number of questions and prioritize questions.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Provide oral administration and/or oral response
 Conducted in all classrooms
Allow alternate forms of assessment. (Ex. Portfolios, Classroom Observations, Drama, Non-Verbal
Responses, Word Banks)
 Conducted in all classrooms
Rephrase directions.

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2014-15

 Conducted in all classrooms
Oral administration:
Writing
Mathematics
 Conducted in all classrooms

Science

Social Studies

Individualized Accommodations Plan for Student’s Name:
GAEVARA
Grade:
8
School: Forestbrook Middle School English Proficiency: 1.0

MELVIN DIAZ-

INSTRUCTION:
Limit or modify note taking.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Articulate clearly, pause often, limit idiomatic expressions, and slang.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Permit student errors in spelling and grammar except when explicitly taught. Acknowledge errors as
indications of learning.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Model expected student outcomes. Show a finished product of what is expected.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Allow extended time for completion of assignments and projects.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Rephrase directions and questions.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Simplify language.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Allow wait time for responses.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Pair with native English speakers that are compassionate and mature learners.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Incorporate student culture (as appropriate).
 Conducted in all classrooms
Pre-teach vocabulary and incorporate teaching sight vocabulary for beginning English readers.
 Vocabulary is taught in small group and reviewed with ESOL group pull out program
Choose alternate reading selections, shorten reading selections or modified text.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Provide supplementary reading materials in the content area.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Bilingual Dictionary
 Conducted in all classrooms

GROUPING SUGGESTIONS:
Pair with native English speakers.
 Conducted in all classrooms

ASSESSMENT:
Allow open note/open book tests (include page numbers as appropriate).
 Conducted in all classrooms
Allow short answer for LEP students (avoid essay questions).
 Conducted in all classrooms
Reduce number of questions and prioritize questions.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Provide oral administration and/or oral response
 Conducted in all classrooms

Revised 8-11-2014

2014-15

Allow alternate forms of assessment. (Ex. Portfolios, Classroom Observations, Drama, Non-Verbal
Responses, Word Banks)
 Conducted in all classrooms
Rephrase directions.
 Conducted in all classrooms
Oral administration:
Writing
Mathematics
Science
Social Studies
 Conducted in all classrooms

Revised 8-11-2014