ELL Progress Reports Grades 2 and 3

Second and Third Grade ELL Progress Report

Student's Name: ________________________________________ Date: ______________________

Language Proficiency Level













● Show what happens next based on familiar oral stories

● Draw or provide other visual displays of people, animals, or objects in response to oral prompts

● Point to visual characteristics of models or real-life objects from oral clues

● Pair objects, pictures, or equations as directed by a partner

● Indicate personal points of view in response to oral phrases or short sentences

● Identify preferences from short oral statements

● Respond to questions related to stories or experiences

● Act out and name events or experiences throughout the school day

● Describe the outcomes of experiments or stories with guidance and visual support

● Name or answer Wh- questions related to classroom routines

● State a claim or position from models or examples

● Share facts as evidence using sentence starters or sentence frames




● Identify the “who,” “where” and “when” of illustrated statements

● Identify main materials or resources from oral descriptions

● Match oral descriptions to photos, pictures, or icons

● Follow simple sequences presented orally to create patterns or sequences

● Distinguish opinions from facts from peers' oral presentations

● Categorize content-based pictures or objects from oral descriptions

● Reproduce facts or statements in context

● Participate in multi-media presentations based on research

● Name steps in processes or procedures

● Describe familiar phenomena in words or phrases

● Tell what comes next and showing why

● Share reasons for opinions or claims




● Identify linking words or phrases related to passage of time in speech

● Illustrate events in response to audio recordings of stories or poems

● Carry out steps described orally to solve problems

● Complete graphic organizers or representations from oral comparisons

● Identify similarities and differences from oral content-related materials or equipment

● Identify different points of view in short oral dialogues

● Retell simple stories from picture cues

● State information from personal or school-related experiences

● Describe relationships between objects or uses for tools

● Express cause and effect of behaviors or events

● Describe organizing categories for content-related information

● Ask and answer questions in collaborative groups




● Re-enact content-related situations or events from oral descriptions

● Identify content-related ideas from oral discourse using multi-media

● Identify connectors in speech or text read aloud

● Identify content-related ideas and details in oral discourse

● Interpret oral information from different sides

● Identify opposing sides of arguments in dialogues

● Sequence events in stories with temporal transitions

● Describe situations and events from school and the community

● State details of processes or procedures

● Describe consequences of behaviors or occurrences

● Defend claims or opinions to content-related topics

● Pose different solutions to content-related issues or problems




● Identify details of content-related topics from oral discourse

● Make designs or models following oral directions and specifications

● Identify the purpose of language/the message in each content area

● Follow a series of short oral directions to create models of content-area phenomena or processes

● Compare oral arguments with representations and models

● Identify claims in oral presentations

● Describe main ideas of content-related information

● Ask and answer questions about information from speakers

● Connect ideas in content-related presentations

● Elaborate on the cause of various phenomena

● Express and support different ideas with examples

● Provide evidence to defend own ideas

Language Proficiency Level













● Identify key words and phrases in illustrated text

● Signal language associated with content-related information

● Identify words and phrases in titles and highlighted texts

● Match pictures with graphic information from illustrated texts

● Identify facts in illustrated informational text read orally

● Identify language related to likes, needs, and wants in labeled illustrations

● Label images that illustrate the steps for different processes

● Create visual representations of ideas or stories

● List and illustrate ideas

● State facts associated with images or illustrations

● Indicate decisions or preferences through labeled pictures, words, or phrases

● Provide evidence of natural phenomena or opinions through labeled drawings




● Identify time-related language in context

● Illustrate experiences of characters in illustrated statements

● Interpret images, illustrations, and graphics

● Identify elements of expository texts

● Distinguish fact from fiction

● Identify claims or opinions in illustrated texts

● List ideas using graphic organizers

● Describe visual information

● Describe elements of processes or procedures

● State how something happens using illustrations and sequential language

● Participate in shared opinion writing experiences

● Connect preferences, choices, or opinions to reasons




● Create timelines or graphic organizers from illustrated related statements or paragraphs

● Identify temporal-related words that signal order of events

● Sequence sentences descriptive of processes or procedures in informational texts

● Locate details in content area texts or media

● Identify different ideas or opinions in written texts

● Identify general academic and content-related words and phrases in text relevant to the genre/key use

● Retell past experiences

● Express ideas in various genres

● Compare causes of different phenomena

● State ideas about content-related topics

● Communicate different content-related ideas or opinions

● Describe pros and cons related to social issues or familiar topics




● Order a series of events based on familiar texts

● Identify main ideas and details in illustrated texts

● Illustrate cause/ effect relationships in content area texts

● Classify main ideas and details in informational or explanatory texts

● Sort content-related information according to specific criteria

● Identify reasons to strengthen arguments

● Describe a series of events or procedures

● Create stories with details about characters and events

● Relate details and illustrating stages of different cycles

● Describe strategies to solve problems

● Support main ideas or opinions with evidence from texts

● Provide evidence to support or refute peers' ideas




● Paraphrase narratives or informational text with support

● Highlight relevant information in grade-level texts to produce summaries

● Identify relevant information from texts on the same content area topic

● Identify the main purpose of texts

● Identify data from written sources to support positions

● Match opinions to reasons in informational texts and literature

● Describe the sequence of content-related ideas

● Provide details and examples about narratives

● Describe details of processes, procedures, and events

● Produce “how to” manuals based on personal experiences or scientific experiments

● Produce persuasive pieces supported by multiple reasons or details

● State reasoning for content-related choices

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