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Why are the ELL Starter Diagnostic practice recommendation activity packs numbered?
Why are the ELL Starter Diagnostic practice recommendation activity packs numbered?

Learn why the ELL Starter practice recommendation activity packs are numbered.

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Quill has three different sequences of ELL Diagnostics: ELL Starter, ELL Intermediate Diagnostics, and ELL Advanced. When an ELL Diagnostic is completed by a student, the ELL Diagnostic will generate a plan of practice recommendation activity packs for the student based on their performance on the ELL Diagnostic.

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The ELL Starter practice recommendation activity packs are numbered by activity pack, whereas the ELL Intermediate and ELL Advanced practice recommendation activity packs are not. This is because the ELL Starter practice recommendation activity packs are sequenced by writing skill, whereas the other ELL Intermediate and ELL Advanced practice recommendation activity packs are not. For this reason, we strongly advise assigning the ELL Starter practice recommendation activity packs with Staggered Release so that students complete one practice recommendation activity pack aligned to one writing skill at a time. Please click here for more information about assigning practice recommendation activity packs, and please click here for more information about assigning practice recommendation activity packs with Staggered Release.

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Please click here to see best practices for implementing Quill with ELL students.

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