Solutions for School English Learner Programs
Hybrid ELD Resources that Serve Teachers
Language Tree Online is designed for use by English learner educators at schools and virtual academies. That’s because we believe teachers hold the key to successful student outcomes.
With all resources built right in, our ELD program makes your life easier! You no longer need to spend time writing lesson plans or sourcing content from the internet. Our easy-to-follow, structured curriculum covers the full range of English language proficiency standards at the appropriate level and sequence.
Teachers decide how and how often to use Language Tree Online for:
- Designated ELD Time
- Expanded Learning Opportunity Programs
- Remote/Home Learning
- Small Group Intervention
Video lessons and exercises can be used for whole-class, small-group, or independent learning. Monitor student progress on assignments and track assessment scores through an online dashboard. Plus, tap into a variety of provided teacher resources, including intervention tools and professional development.
Aligned with Today's English Language Proficiency Standards
To accelerate student progress through English language proficiency levels, the Language Tree Online ELD programs are aligned with modern ELP standards. This includes the latest WIDA edition, California 2012, Texas Essential Skills and Knowledge (TEKS) and Texas ELPS, NYS Next Gen ELA Standards, and the Louisiana ELP standards.
Engaging and Relevant to Pre-Teens and Teens
Multi-sensory approaches are proven to deepen understanding and retention. Therefore, we've embedded video, audio, and images throughout our online ELD curriculum. This helps English language learners of any proficiency level easily comprehend lessons and instructions. Furthermore, we combine video instruction with fun, interactive features such as quizzes, self-recording, and writing exercises. Finally, to ensure that the learning experience is engaging and relevant to teen learners, we present realistic peer-to-peer interactions both in and out of the classroom that they are likely to encounter.