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LEVEL 1
Listening: Does not understand any English words or understands a few words and/or short phrases; may respond to one-step commands, yes/no questions, or simple directions.

Speaking:
Does not speak using any English words or says a few words and/or short phrases.

Reading: Does not read any English words or reads only a few words and/or short phrases; may recognize content-area concepts presented in pictures or graphics.

Writing: Does not write in English or writes a few words and/or short phrases.
people
school
transportation
partsofhouse
animals
numbersandshapes
LEVEL 2
Listening: Understands with some difficulty common social language and some academic language; responds to one-step commands, yes/no questions, or simple directions.

Speaking: Speaks with some hesitancy using common social language and some academic terms related to the content areas.

Reading: Reads a few words and phrases with some hesitancy, but is below grade level.

Writing: Writes a few words and phrases, but is significantly below grade level.
Family_01
food
clothes
humanbody
electronics
landandresources
Listening: Understands common social language and some general and specific grade-level academic language.

Speaking: Speaks with greater fluency and expanded sentences using common social language, but uses academic language hesitantly.

Reading: Reads sentences with some hesitancy, but demonstrates improved comprehension of academic texts.

Writing: Writes words, sentences, and short paragraphs following a model or with other assistance.
LEVEL 3
sports
entertainment
nature
seasons
holidays
solarsystem
Listening: Understands social language and general and specific academic language of the content areas with increasing fluency.

Speaking: Speaks with increasing fluency using common social and general and specific academic language.

Reading: Reads grade-level texts with increasing fluency and good comprehension.

Writing: Writes words, sentences of varying lengths and complexity, and paragraphs with minimal support.
LEVEL 4
occupations
geography
government
exploration
money
researchandinquiry
Listening: Understands almost all social and general, specific, and technical academic language of the content areas.

Speaking: Speaks with fluency using social and academic language of the content areas at or almost at grade level.

Reading: Reads academic, grade-level texts fluently with excellent comprehension.

Writing: Writes words, sentences of varying lengths and complexity, and paragraphs at or almost at grade-level.
LEVEL 5
science
math
art
literature
history
economics
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Language and Grade Levels
Grammar Gallery is designed for students of ALL ages, particularly English learners and struggling readers. It is organized into five color-coded levels. Each  level covers six engaging topics and includes 180 resources, for a total of 900 resources. The description of student abilities at each level is listed below.
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