LIEP Bilingual, ESL, Dual Enrollment, World Language Programs


This article covers details about 2018-19 programs specific to Language Instruction Education Programs, Dual Enrollment, and World Language, but there are other programs collected in WISEdata. For the full list of programs, see the pdf: https://dpi.wi.gov/sites/default/files/imce/wisedata/WISEdata_Programs_18_19.pdf


For a full list of 2017-18 programs: https://dpi.wi.gov/sites/default/files/imce/wisedata/WISEdata_Programs_17_18.pdf




LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION EDUCATION PROGRAM (LIEP): BILINGUAL PROGRAMS


Dual Language Immersion

  • Purpose: To develop strong skills and proficiency in students’ first language and a second partner language. About half the students are native speakers of English, and half are English-language learners from the same language group. Instruction occurs in both languages, for example, in a “90/10” model, instruction begins 90% in non-English, 10% English and gradually increases to 50/50; or in a “50/50” model, 50% is non-English, 50% English for all students from the beginning. This program is available pre-kindergarten through high school. It includes language and content classes in English and the partner language for both core and non-core classes.

  • Class Composition: ELLs of the same language group  and non-ELLs are placed together in the same classroom.

  • ELP: EL/ELP = 1-7 can participate in this program.

  • Program Type ID: 58


Developmental or Late--Transitional Bilingual Program

  • Purpose: To develop academic proficiency in English and students’ first language. Developmental programs generally place equal emphasis on developing and maintaining students’ primary language and academic English proficiency, while transitional programs might emphasize English language development. Or, students should gain proficiency in both their native language and English with at least some instruction provided in the native language.

  • Class Composition: Students are ELL from the same language background and within the same grade.

  • ELP: ELP = 1-5

  • Program Type ID: 58


Transitional Bilingual Education

  • Purpose: To develop English skills and support learning of academic core content and develop English fluency. Teachers may teach primary language literacy and explain concepts in students’ primary language. Students may use their primary language even when instructed in English.

  • Class Composition: Students are ELL and from the same language background. Some content instruction is in the native language.

    • Note - This is more common in early grades with DLL as a Newcomer program or within smaller-incident districts with a fluctuating EL population of the same language group.

  • ELP: ELP = 1-5

  • Program Type ID: 58


Heritage Language Program or Indigenous Language Program

  • Purpose: To use the non-English language background (heritage language) of the students

  • Class Composition: Students share the same non-English language, so programs are considered to be one-way immersion programs.

  • Program Type ID: 58





LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION EDUCATION PROGRAM (LIEP): English as a Second Language (ESL)/BILINGUAL PROGRAMS

Content-Based ESL-Bilingual

  • Purpose: To develop English skills and support learning of academic core content, acquiring English through the content. English language skills and content are the focus of instruction. There is support in English only; support may be provided either inside or outside the classroom.

  • Class Composition: ELLs are from the same or a diverse language background. ELLs and non-ELLs are placed together in the same classroom.

  • ELP: EL/LEP = 1-5

  • Program Type ID: 59


Integrated EL-Special Education

  • Purpose: ​To​ ​streamline​ ​or​ ​target language​ ​support​ ​services​ ​for​ ​ELs​ ​with disabilities.​ ​ ​ELs​ ​with​ ​disabilities​ ​receive targeted​ ​language​ ​instruction​ ​within​ ​a Special​ ​Education​ ​Service​ ​model. Services​ ​identified​ ​with​ ​the​ ​support​ ​of​ ​a licensed​ ​ESL​ ​or​ ​Bilingual​ ​teacher​ ​in conjunction​ ​with​ ​the​ ​Individualized Educational​ ​Plan​ ​(IEP)​ ​process.​ ​ ​Student is​ ​not​ ​otherwise​ ​supported​ ​via​ ​program models​ ​describe​ ​in​ ​Models​ ​1-7. 
  • Class Composition: EL​ ​with​ ​disabilities,​ ​must​ ​have​ ​EP​ ​and non-ELs​ ​with​ ​disabilities
  • ELP: ELP=​ ​1-5 T3​ ​Served=T
  • Program Type ID: 59


Newcomer-Bilingual

  • Purpose: To​ ​streamline​ ​or​ ​target English​ ​language​ ​development​ ​services for​ ​ELs​ ​new​ ​to​ ​country​ ​or​ ​with​ ​formal interrupted​ ​education.​ ​ ​Native​ ​language used​ ​in​ ​instruction. ​ ​
  • Class Composition: ELs​ ​of​ ​same​ ​or​ ​different language​ ​backgrounds​​ ​in​ ​grades​ ​2​ ​or above​ ​who​ ​are​ ​new​ ​to​ ​country​ ​one​ ​year or​ ​less
  • ELP: LEP=​ ​1​ ​and​ ​2​ ​only. Student​ ​in​ ​district​ ​<1 calendar​ ​year. T3​ ​Served=T
  • Program Type ID: 59


Newcomer-ESL

  • Purpose: To​ ​streamline​ ​or​ ​target English​ ​language​ ​development​ ​services for​ ​ELs​ ​new​ ​to​ ​country​ ​or​ ​with​ ​formal interrupted​ ​education.​ ​Instruction provided​ ​in​ ​English​ ​only. 
  • Class​ ​Composition: ELs​ ​ ​of​ ​same​ ​or​ ​different​ ​language backgrounds​ ​ ​in​ ​grades​ ​2​ ​or​ ​above​ ​who are​ ​new​ ​to​ ​country​ ​one​ ​year​ ​or​ ​less.
  • ELP: LEP=​ ​1​ ​and​ ​2​ ​only. Student​ ​in​ ​district​ ​<1 calendar​ ​year. T3​ ​Served=T
  • Program Type ID: 59




LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION EDUCATION PROGRAM (LIEP): English as a Second Language (ESL) PROGRAMS


ESL--Sheltered Instruction

  • Purpose: Acquiring English through the content. English language skills and content are the focus of instruction. Only English is used in instruction. This course is also known as Structured English Immersion (SEI), Pull-out English as a Second Language (ESL), or English Language. It’s a Newcomer program.

  • Class Composition: ELLs only. Students are ELL and from the same or diverse language background.

  • ELP: LEP = 1-5

  • Program Type ID: 60


ESL--Integrated or Co-Teaching Models

  • Purpose: Acquiring English through the content. English language skills and content are the focus of instruction. There is support in English only; support may be provided either inside or outside the classroom.

  • Class Composition: ELLs and non-ELLs are placed together in the same classroom. ELLs  may be from the same or a diverse language background.

  • ELP: LEP = 1-5

  • Program Type ID: 60


No ESL Program Available

  • Purpose: Acquiring English through the content. ELLs receive instruction in a mainstream classroom and have no contact with an ESL or bilingual-certified educator.

  • Class Composition: English speaking students with only a few English learners present

  • ELP: LEP = 1-5

  • Program Type ID: 60




DUAL ENROLLMENT PROGRAMS


High School Course with Private College: A course that is offered under an agreement between a school and a private institution of higher education and takes place in the high school via an instructor who is employed by the school and is certified to provide instruction for the course by the Private IHE or a faculty member of the IHE. A Private IHE may include non-profit colleges. Previously: transcripted credit (TC)/articulation agreements/advanced standing (AS)

  • Program Type ID: 61  


High School Course with Technical College: A course that is offered under an agreement between a school and a Technical College institution of higher education and takes place in the high school via an instructor who is employed by the school and is certified to provide instruction for the course by the Technical College IHE or a faculty member of the IHE. Previously: transcripted credit (TC)/articulation agreements/advanced standing (AS)

  • Program Type ID: 61 

High School Course with Tribal College: A course that is offered under an agreement between a school and a Tribal College institution of higher education and takes place in the high school via an instructor who is employed by the school and is certified to provide instruction for the course by the Tribal College IHE or a faculty member of the IHE. Previously: transcripted credit (TC)/articulation agreements/advanced standing (AS)

  • Program Type ID: 61 

High School Course with UW System: A course that is offered under an agreement between a school and a UW Sytem institution of higher education and takes place in the high school via an instructor who is employed by the school and is certified to provide instruction for the course by the UW System IHE or a faculty member of the IHE. Previously: transcripted credit (TC)/articulation agreements/advanced standing (AS)

  • Program Type ID: 61 


College Course with Private College: A course that is taught at a private college institution of higher education for which students either receive high school and/or post-secondary credit. Previously ECCP Courses

  • Program Type ID: 61


College Course with Technical College: A course that is taught at a Technical College institution of higher education for which students either receive high school and/or post-secondary credit. Previously Start College Now

  • Program Type ID: 61


College Course with UW System: A course that is taught at a UW System institution of higher education for which students receive either high school and/or post-secondary credit. Previously ECCP Courses

  • Program Type ID: 61


College Course with Tribal College: A course that is taught at a Tribal College institution of higher education for which students either receive high school and/or post-secondary credit. Previously ECCP Courses

  • Program Type ID: 61




WORLD LANGUAGE PROGRAMS


Foreign Language Exploratory Programs (FLEX): The K-6 foreign language exploratory programs provide an introduction to learning one or more languages for limited instructional time, less than 90 minutes/week or no more than nine weeks in duration. Learning goals focus on limited vocabulary/greetings/phrases and cultural learning. Program is designed to promote future language learning.

  • Program Type ID: 62


Foreign Language in the Elementary School Programs (FLES): A K-5 foreign language elementary school programs prepare students for advanced middle school language learning. 90 or more minutes/week of standards-based instruction by a licensed world language educator for the full academic year. Curriculum targets language proficiency development with integration of content and cultural learning in the target language.

  • Program Type ID: 62


One-Way Dual Language Immersion Programs (IMMR): Students learn through a language other than English for 50% or more of instructional day. Teachers are responsible for both content area standards and world language standards. Immersion programs can be offered at any grade level. One-way dual language immersion (IMMR) of primarily native English speakers and non-English Learner (EL) students learning language and literacy in a partner language in addition to English may include students who are not native English speakers, who are not EL where the partner language is their native or home language, and where the new language being learned is not English. IMMR is for students who already have a grasp of the English language and are only working on the other partner language. Teachers are responsible for both content area standards and World Language standards.

  • Note, the IMMR code should not be used for two-way dual language immersion (TWDLI) programs. In contrast,TWDLI that's not a heritage language is comprised of 50% in a language other than English and has a combined student population of native and non-native speakers; it's intended to encompass the student's entire day but is not assigned to specific classes.
  • Classes which use two-way immersion but do not meet the student makeup of native and non-native percentage composition must use World Language.
  • Program Type ID: 62



World Language (WL): Standards-based articulated course of study within a world language program in grades 6-12. May include courses designed for heritage/indigenous language learners. Includes American Sign Language. Computer Programming is NOT a world language. State statute requires access to world language learning in grades 7-12. DPI recommends that when choosing a course code for a student enrolled in a World Language program that you select the course code for the specific language taken rather than a general code, e.g., choose 'Grade Level 5 French' rather than "world language" or "foreign language."

  • Program Type ID: 62







Number: KBA-01134-S4H4R7
Key Words: Roster, programs, ESL, ELL, World Language, Dual Enrollment, Youth Options, Course Options, English, language, bilingual
Modified: 10/10/2018

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