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ELD

K - 6 ELD Common Core Standards (adopted Nov 2013)

7 - 12 ELD Common Core Standards (adopted Nov 2012)

CA ELD Performance Descriptors

Grade 7                     Grades 9 - 10

Grade 8                     Grades 11 - 12

 

Milestone Lessons-ELD 1

Holding Personal Conversations

 

Welcome Unit

 

Unit 1, Chapter 1

Unit 1, Chapter 2

 

Unit 2, Chapter 1

Unit 2, Chapter 2

 

Unit 3, Chapter 1

Unit 3, Chapter 2

 

Unit 4, Chapter 1

Unit 4, Chapter 2

 

Unit 5, Chapter 1

Unit 5, Chapter 2

 

Unit 6, Chapter 1

Unit 6, Chapter 2

 

Unit 7, Chapter 1

Unit 7, Chapter 2

Milestones-ELD 2

Unit 1, Chapter 1

Unit 1, Chapter 2

 

Unit 2, Chapter 1

Unit 2, Chapter 2

 

Unit 3, Chapter 1

Unit 3, Chapter 2

 

Unit 4, Chapter 1

Unit 4, Chapter 2

 

Unit 5, Chapter 1

Unit 5, Chapter 2

 

Unit 6, Chapter 1

Unit 6, Chapter 2

Milestones-ELD 3

Unit 1, Chapter 1

Unit 1, Chapter 2

 

Unit 2, Chapter 1

Unit 2, Chapter 2

 

Unit 3, Chapter 1

Unit 3, Chapter 2

 

Unit 4, Chapter 1

Unit 4, Chapter 2

 

Unit 5, Chapter 1

Unit 5, Chapter 2

 

Unit 6, Chapter 1

Unit 6, Chapter 2

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In Chapter One, "Improving Education For English Learners: Research-Based Approaches", Saunders and Goldenberg outline 14 guidelines based in research:

  1. Providing ELD instruction is better than not providing it.
  2. ELD instruction should include interactive activities, but they must be carefully planned and carried out.
  3. A separate block of time should be devoted daily to ELD instruction.
  4. ELD instruction should emphasize listening and speaking although it can incorporate reading and writing.
  5. ELD instruction should explicitly teach elements of English (e.g., vocabulary, syntax, grammar, functions, and conventions).
  6. ELD instruction should integrate meaning and communication to support explicit teaching of language.
  7. ELD instruction should provide students with corrective feedback on form.
  8. Use of English should be maximized during ELD instruction; the primary language should be used strategically.
  9. Teachers should attend to communication and language-learning strategies and incorporate them into ELD instruction.
  10. ELD instruction should emphasize academic language as well as conversational language.
  11. ELD instruction should continue at least until students reach level 4 (early advanced) and possibly through level 5 (advanced).
  12. ELD instruction should be planned and delivered with specific language objectives in mind.
  13. English learners should be carefully grouped by language proficiency for ELD instruction; for other portions of the school day they should be in mixed classrooms and not in classrooms segregated by language proficiency.
  14. The likelihood of establishing and/or sustaining an effective ELD instructional program increases when schools and districts make it a priority.