California`s ELA/ELD Framework - Butte County Office of Education

Report
2014 ELA/ELD Framework
Butte County Office of Education
November 7, 2014
California’s
ELA/ELD
Framework
Adopted by SBE
in July 2014
Implementation
2014-2015
• Groundbreaking
• Dynamic Document
• Implementation,
curriculum, instruction
• Snapshots and Vignettes
• Designated and Integrated
ELD
• Biliteracy and Heritage
language seen as assets
2014 ELA/ELD Framework
California’s Diversity
• More than 70% of Californians under the age of
18 are people of color.
• CA has more ELs than the next six states
combined. More than 20% of California’s K-12
students are designated as EL.
• More than 40% of California’s K-12 population
come from homes where a language other than,
or in addition to, English is spoken.
Debrief
Please discuss the information that has been
shared and the quotes that have been placed on
your tables.
*What stands out to you from the information
that was shared?
*What implications might this have for EL
students in CA or your district?
*How might this change programs or policies at
the district/school level?
Figure 1.2
Goals, Context,
and Themes of the
CA CCSS for
ELA/Literacy and the
CA ELD Standards
Goals
• Readiness for
College, Career,
and Civic Life
• Capacities of
Literate Individuals
• Broadly Literate
• 21st Century
Context
•
•
•
•
•
Integrated
Motivating
Engaging
Respectful
Intellectually
Challenging
Themes
• Meaning Making
• Language
Development
• Effective Expression
• Content Knowledge
• Foundational
Skills
Standards
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English Language Development
Integrated ELD
Designated ELD
• Content standards as
focal standards
• ELD Standards as a
language guide
• ELD Standards as focal
standards
• Lesson builds into and
from content standards
Ex: teacher plans a social
science lesson based on
content, using SS text,
also uses ELD Standards
to provide strategic
language support for ELs
in the class
Ex: teacher plans a lesson
that specifically focuses
on the language of the SS
text (ex: cohesion,
nomalization) with just
the EL students
Integrated ELD and SDAIE
SDAIE
Content instruction
• Cell biology, label
the cell and its parts
Integrated ELD
Language focus to
access content
• Analysis of cell
biology text that
explains or
describes the
function as well as
how it relates to
other science ideas
Snapshots for Instruction of
Core subjects and ELD in Action
Be prepared to share out what was covered in
your snapshot. What were some new ideas that
you encountered that you could share with the
group? How does this support your
understanding of Integrated and Designated
ELD?
Which idea from the framework is
most revolutionary to you?
• ELA and ELD are in the same document.
• Biliteracy is recognized as a precious resource
that should be encouraged.
• Listenting, Speaking, Reading and Writing are
to be integrated.
• Heritage Language and culture are viewed as
assets.
• The ELA and the ELD Standards are to be used
together.
The Bottom Line:
 Students learn content through literacy and
language.
 Students learn language engaging with content.
 Students learn more about content by learning about
how language works in the content area.
 Both content-aligned ELD and language-rich
content teaching and learning are needed.
Recommendations:
Framework rollouts from
CDE in San Diego
(December), San Mateo
(January) and Fresno
(February).
School sites and PLCs are
encouraged to start their
investigations of the
framework by reading
Chapter 2 as well as their
grade level chapter.
Resources:
2014 ELA/ELD Framework
can be found at:
http://www.cde.ca.gov/ci/rl/cf/el
aeldfrmwrksbeadopted.asp
Professional Learning
Modules on standards
implementation:
www.mydigitalchalkboard.org

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