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1 The English Language Arts (ELA)/ English Language Development (ELD) Framework Overview 1 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

2 Outcomes To define the intent of the framework; highlighting how it is different from our past framework To explore the guiding principles, the structure, and the contents of the framework To explain why the framework combines English Language Arts and English Language Development standards and expectations To illustrate the differences between Integrated and Designated ELD 2 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

3 Why do we have a new framework? Locate the handout titled Why Do We Have a New Framework? Read the quote and highlight a “golden line” that resonates with you. Share the “golden line” with a partner and explain why it resonated with you. 3 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

4 Guiding Principles of the ELA/ELD Framework Schooling must help all students achieve their highest potential. The responsibility for learners’ literacy and language development is shared. ELA/ELD curricula must be well designed, comprehensive, and integrated. Effective teaching is essential to student success. Motivation and engagement play crucial roles in learning. 4 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

5 Why combine the ELA and ELD Framework? 5 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

6 Table of Contents http://www.cde.ca.gov/ci/rl/cf/elaeldfrmwrkchptrs2014.asp http://www.cde.ca.gov/ci/rl/cf/elaeldfrmwrkchptrs2014.asp Review ELD/ELA Framework Chapters 6 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

7 Draft ELA/ELD Framework Table of Contents Introduction to the Framework Chapter 1 Overview of the Standards Chapter 2 Key Considerations in ELA Literacy and ELD Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Chapter 3 Content and Pedagogy: Transitional Kindergarten Through Grade One Chapter 4 Content and Pedagogy: Grades Two and Three Chapter 5 Content and Pedagogy: Grades Four and Five Chapter 6 Content and Pedagogy: Grades Six Through Twelve Chapter 7 Content and Pedagogy: Grades Eight Through Twelve Chapter 8 Assessment Chapter 9 Access and Equity Chapter 12 Instructional Materials to Support the California Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts and Literacy for History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects and English Language Development Standards, Kindergarten through Grade 12 Chapter 10 Learning in the 21st Century Chapter 11 Implementing High-Quality ELA/Literacy and ELD Instruction: Professional Learning, Leadership, and Program Supports

8 Chapter 1: Overview of the Standards Outcomes To explore the goals, contexts and themes of the Framework To understand the interrelationship between the CA CCSS for ELA/Literacy and the CA ELD Standards 8 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

9 GOALS, CONTEXT, AND THEMES OF THE CA CCSS FOR ELA/LITERACY AND THE CA ELD STANDARDS 9 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

10 Goals Readiness for College, Career & Civic Life Capacities of Literate Individuals Broadly Literate 21 st Century 10 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

11 Context Integrated Motivating Engaging Respectful Intellectually Challenging 11 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

12 Themes Meaning Making Language Development Effective Expression Content Knowledge Foundational Skills 12 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

13 Standards Readiness for College, Career, and Civic Life Capacities of Literate Individuals 21 st Century Learning Broadly Literate Readiness for College, Career, and Civic Life Capacities of Literate Individuals 21 st Century Learning Broadly Literate 13 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

14 Develop Understanding of the Key Themes Readiness for College, Career, and Civic Life Capacities of Literate Individuals 21 st Century Learning Broadly Literate Readiness for College, Career, and Civic Life Capacities of Literate Individuals 21 st Century Learning Broadly Literate 14 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

15 Develop Understanding of the Key Themes Count off 1-5 at your table. 1.Meaning Making 2.Language Development 3.Effective Expression 4.Content Knowledge 5.Foundational Skills Read about the theme that corresponds to your number in the handout Key Themes. Record ideas about your theme in Padlet http://padlet.com/yee_wan/elaeld http://padlet.com/yee_wan/elaeld This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013 15

16 Develop Understanding of the Key Themes Count off 1-5 at your table. 1.Meaning Making 2.Language Development 3.Effective Expression 4.Content Knowledge 5.Foundational Skills Read about the theme that corresponds to your number in the handout Key Themes. Record four ideas about your theme on the appropriate column of the Key Themes graphic organizer. Share ideas with your team and collaborate to complete the graphic organizer. 16 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

17 Structure of the CA CCSS for ELA/Literacy To learn more about CA CCSS for ELA/Literacy, go to http://www.myboe.org/ Professional Learning Modules.http://www.myboe.org/ 17 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

18 Structure of the CA CCSS for ELA/Literacy To learn more about CA CCSS for ELA/Literacy, go to http://www.myboe.org/ Professional Learning Modules.http://www.myboe.org/ 18 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

19 Structure of the CA ELD Standards To learn more about CA CCSS for ELA/Literacy, go to http://www.myboe.org/ Professional Learning Modules.http://www.myboe.org/ 19 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

20 Structure of the CA ELD Standards To learn more about CA CCSS for ELA/Literacy, go to http://www.myboe.org/ Professional Learning Modules.http://www.myboe.org/ 20 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

21 21 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

22 Let’s Observe It! As you watch the video montage, record evidence of the five key themes onto the video note-taking guide. Meaning Making Language Development Effective Expression Content Knowledge Foundational Skills 22 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

23 Viewing the Key Themes Hypothesizing about Bugs (TK-1st Grade) https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/pre-k-science-lesson Grappling with Complex Informational Text (Grade 5) http://vimeo.com/54007714 Text Analysis: Questions & Symbols (Grades 9-12) https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/12th-grade-text- analysis-lesson 23 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

24 Collaborative Discussion At your table, discuss the key ideas from this video. 24 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

25 Chapter 2: Key Considerations in ELA/Literacy and ELD Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Outcomes To review the sections of Chapter 2 To illustrate the differences between Integrated and Designated ELD 25 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

26 Five Sections Goals of ELA/Literacy and ELD Instructional Context Key Themes of ELA/Literacy and ELD Approaches to Teaching and Learning English Language Development This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013 26

27 Jigsaw Activity Read your assigned section. Create a 3-2-1 Response 3 Big Ideas of the section 2 Questions that the section raises 1 Ah Ha about classroom implications This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013 27

28 Jigsaw Activity for Small Group 1.Read Goals of ELA/Literacy and ELD Instruction (pg. 4 line 38 - pg. 15 line 346) 2.Read Context for Learning (pg. 15 line 347 - pg. 24 line 591 including chart) 3.Read Approaches to Teaching and Learning (pg. 55 line 1253 - pg. 63 line 1484) 4.Read Approaches to Teaching and Learning, Using Assessment to Inform Instruction (pg. 63 line 1485 - pg. 72 line 1754) This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013 28

29 Jigsaw Activity for Large Group 1.Read Goals of ELA/Literacy and ELD Instruction (pg. 4 line 38 - pg. 15 line 346) 2.Read Context for Learning (pg. 15 line 347 - pg. 24 line 591 including chart) 3.Read Key Themes of ELA/Literacy and ELD Instruction (pg. 25 line 592- pg. 35 line 771) 4.Read Key Themes of ELA/Literacy and ELD Instruction, starting with Reading Closely (pg. 35 line 772 - pg 44 line 965) 5.Read Key Themes of ELA/Literacy and ELD Instruction, starting with Effective Expression (pg 44 line 966 - pg 55 line 1252) 6.Read Approaches to Teaching and Learning (pg. 55 line 1253 - pg. 63 line 1484) 7.Read Approaches to Teaching and Learning, starting with Using Assessment to Inform Instruction (pg. 63 line 1485 - pg. 72 line 1754) This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013 29

30 Process Jigsaw Reading Participants take turns to share their ideas from the reading. 30 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

31 The ELA/ELD framework offers guidance on scaffolding, designing and implementing the type of quality instruction that will ensure an English learner’s rapid progression along the ELD continuum, achieving full access to the standards and curriculum thus successfully adding another language. English as an Additional Language 31 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

32 What Are Some Ways to Provide Language Development and Support for …. English Learners in content areas...? English Learners in their language development class? 32 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

33 ELD Instruction Chapter 2 Page 76 All teachers must attend to the language learning needs of their ELs in strategic ways that promote the simultaneous development of content knowledge and advanced levels of English. In this chapter of the Framework, ELD instruction is described generally and then in terms of using the CA ELD standards in two ways: –Designated ELD; and –Integrated ELD 33 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

34 Both/And “ELs at all English proficiency levels and at all ages require both integrated ELD and specialized attention to their particular language learning needs, or designated ELD.” Integrated + Designated This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013 34

35 Integrated ELD Table activity and discussion: Individually read in ELA/ELD Framework (pg. 78 lines 1891- 1904 and pg. 81 Figure 2.21) What are the key words that help you understand Integrated ELD? Highlight these words. Discuss with a partner. 35 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

36 Effective instructional experiences for ELs throughout the day and across the disciplines: Are interactive and engaging, meaningful and relevant, and intellectually rich and challenging Are appropriately scaffolded in order to provide strategic support that moves learners toward independence Build both content knowledge and academic English Value and build on primary language and culture and other forms of prior knowledge Chapter 2 Figure 2.21. Integrated ELD Page 87 Integrated ELD 36 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

37 Designated ELD “Teachers use the CA ELD Standards as the focal standards in ways that build into and from content instruction in order to develop critical English language skills, knowledge, and abilities needed for content learning in English” “During this protected time, ELs should be actively engaged in collaborative discussions where they build up their awareness about language and develop their skills and abilities to use language.” ELA/ELD Framework Chapter2 p. 88 37 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

38 Designated ELD Snapshots TK-K:3.6Designated ELD Connected to Science in Kindergarten (Emerging and Expanding) 1-3:4.3 Designated ELD Connected to Science in Grade 2 4.10Designated ELD Connected to ELA in Grade 3 (Expanding) 4-5:5.4Designated ELD Connected to Mathematics 5.9Designated ELD Connected to ELA and the Visual Arts (Emerging) 6-8:6.2Designated ELD Connected to World History in Grade 6 9-12:7.4“Unpacking Sentences” and “Nominalization” in Complex History Texts (Late Emerging to Early Expanding) 38 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

39 Designated ELD in Action! Locate the handout titled Designated ELD in Action! Record your responses to the following prompts: – What is the role of content and how does this lesson build into and from the content students are learning the rest of the day? – What kind of language are students using and how are they developing it? – How does the teacher determine when students need additional support and how is the support provided? This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013 39

40 Designated ELD ~ A Video Example Designated ELD Using Sentence Frame to Jumpstart Writing https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/ju mpstart-student-writing https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/ju mpstart-student-writing 40 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

41 Integrated ELD and Designated ELD Locate the handout titled ELD Compare and Contrast Graphic Organizer and complete the activity. – What is similar and what is different about Integrated ELD and Designated ELD? –Complete the ELD Compare and Contrast Graphic Organizer with a partner 41 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

42 Additional Support for Learning about Integrated and Designated ELD in the Framework Grade Span Descriptions of Integrated and Designated ELD Grade Specific Descriptions Snapshots by Grade Vignettes by Grade 42 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

43 Some Considerations Integrated ELD Primary Language Support (p. 70) Designated ELD Essential Features of Designated English Language Development (Figure 2.23) Grouping for Designated ELD 43 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

44 Conclusion: A Comprehensive Approach to ELD “ELs at all English proficiency levels and at all ages require both integrated ELD and specialized attention to their particular language learning needs, or designated ELD. Such a multilayered application of the CA ELD Standards requires deep collaboration between educators, support for teachers, and, most importantly, a sustained focus on the strengths and needs of individual ELs and a persistent belief that all ELs can achieve the highest levels of academic and linguistic excellence.” ELA/ELD Framework 44 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

45 California’s Commitment “California is a vibrant and dynamic state of extraordinary global influence and is unsurpassed in its cultural and linguistic resources, yet too many of its children and youth are ill-prepared for the incredible opportunities that await them. The adoption of the CA CCSS in ELA/Literacy and the CA ELD Standards and the development of the ELA/ELD Framework represent California’s commitment to ensure that all its students receive an education that will enable them to take advantage of possibilities, pursue their dreams, and contribute to the wellbeing of California and the world. The most promising futures await our students and our society when we ensure that all individuals acquire strong literacy and language skills in every discipline.” ELA/ELD Framework (2014) 45 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013

46 Collaborative Summary 1: Decide what are the most important ideas in this module. Step 2: Summarize the most important ideas in 20 or fewer words. It can be more than one sentence. 46 This PPT draft is developed by the CISC ELA/ELD Workgroup. June 2013


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