2019-2020 CUNY Language Immersion Program (CLIP) Assessment Plan
Assessment Year: 2019-2020
Division: Academic Affairs
Unit: CUNY Language Immersion Program (CLIP)
Unit Director: akherief
Completed by: akherief
Date Completed: 2019/11/07 11:28:00 US/Eastern
The mission of the CUNY Language Immersion Program at York College is to effectively prepare students with limited English proficiency to achieve the cognitive academic language competency necessary to succeed in college. We offer academic programming and specialized support services that enrich the life of every student and demonstrate our commitment to excellence in teaching.
|Unit Goal(s)||Unit Outcome(s)||Unit Goal Alignment with Divisional Goal||Unit Goal Alignment with York’s Annual PMP Goal||Alignment with York’s Strategic Goals||Alignment with Institutional Learning Outcomes (ILOs)||Measure||Measure Type||Target|
|Help students develop computer skills.||Students will learn to perform basic processing, editing and formatting tasks required of college students. Students will learn to use tools such as PowerPoint in oral presentations||Support educational opportunity and academic success for all students including those underserved constituencies.||N/A||TBA||N/A||
Review of portfolios during and at the end of the cycle. Oral presentations graded by the faculty
All students should be able to produce academic papers and make oral presentations that meet college expectations
|Assist students develop competencies to overcome language barriers in the learning process.||CLIP students will improve their post-test scores on the Cambridge Michigan Language Assessments (CAMLA) and CLIP essay.||Support educational opportunity and academic success for all students including those underserved constituencies.||N/A||TBA||N/A||
End-of- cycle CAMLA and CLIP Essay scores will be collected for each student and compared to initial scores
75% of CLIP students will demonstrate significant improvement on their post-test scores on the Cambridge and Michigan Language Assessments and CLIP essay.
|Provide academic preparation to ESL students.||CLIP students returning to their college of allocation will improve their scores on the CUNY Skills Assessment Tests.||Support educational opportunity and academic success for all students including those underserved constituencies.||N/A||TBA||N/A||
CATW and Accuplacer Reading Test. CATW essays are scored at the borough Center and Reading scores are collected by the Testing Center. Results are shared with our office and posted on CUNYFirst.
50% of students will demonstrate marked improvement in their reading and writing scores on the CUNY Skills Assessment Tests in comparison to their initial scores.
Rationale for the Plan
CLIP is an option for students who have been accepted to CUNY and need to improve their academic English skills before taking college courses. The purpose is to improve the students' placement and enhance their chances of success once they enroll in credit-bearing classes. All the student outcomes (test results) are reported to CUNY-CLIP Central Office.
Data Collection and Evaluation
Midterm point (November 2019) - CAMLA + CLIP Essay (normed scoring using CLIP rubric) + Review of portfolios by faculty End-of Cycle (December 2019) 1-CAMLA + CLIP Essay (normed scoring using CLIP rubric) + Review of portfolios by faculty 2- CATW and ACCUPLACER READING TEST at Testing Center- Scoring at Borough Center (Queens College)