Why Combine the ELA and ELD Frameworks?

Report
CII
Council for Instructional Improvement
San Mateo County Office of Education
Friday, October 10, 2014
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Agenda
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Achievement in Motion video
ELA/ELD Framework overview
ELA/ELD Framework – key themes
Designated and Integrated ELD
LCAP Review
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Outcomes
Participants will deepen their knowledge of
ELA/ELD Framework by:
1. Reviewing the purpose and layout of the
framework
2. Unpacking the 5 key themes of ELA/Literacy
and ELD instruction
3. Comparing and contrasting features of
“designated” and “integrated” ELD instruction
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Why Combine Frameworks?
• Locate Why Combine the ELA and ELD
Frameworks?
• Read the quotes and highlight key points that
explain the rationale for including both ELA and
ELD within the same framework.
• In table groups, each person will select
a quote and share one highlight and
the implications for instruction.
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California’s Children and Youth
• Locate California’s
Children and Youth
• Read the quote and
fill in the blanks.
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ELA/ELD Framework Summary
Table of Contents
Introduction to the Framework
Chapter 1: Overview of the Standards
Chapter 2: Key Considerations in the ELA/Literacy
and ELD Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment
• Chapters 3–7: Content and Pedagogy:
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Chapter 3: TK–Grade 1
Chapter 4: Grades 2–3
Chapter 5: Grades 4–5
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Chapter 6: Grades 6–8
Chapter 7: Grades 9–12
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ELA/ELD Framework Summary
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Chapter 8: Assessment
Chapter 9: Access and Equity
Chapter 10: Learning in the 21st Century
Chapter 11: Implementing High-Quality
ELA/Literacy and ELD Instruction: Professional
Learning, Leadership, and Program Supports
 Chapter 12: Instructional Materials to
Support the CA CCSS ELA/Literacy and CA ELD
Standards
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Chapter 1:
Overview of the Standards
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Chapter 2:
Key Considerations in the ELA/Literacy
and ELD Curriculum, Instruction,
and Assessment
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Unpacking the 5 Key Themes of ELA/ELD Instruction
through
CONVERSATION ROUND TABLES
• Form groups of 5
• Fold your paper in quarters, then fold over the INTERIOR
corner to form a rhombus in the center.
• Write “My Notes” in middle and the names of four of
your tablemates in the top of the other quadrants.
• Read the Key Themes Handout
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Unpacking the 5 Key Themes of ELA/ELD Instruction
through
CONVERSATION ROUND TABLES
At your table, number off 1-5
1. Meaning Making
2. Language Development
3. Effective Expression
4. Content Knowledge
5. Foundational Skills
• Add the section each person will be reading below his/her name in
your organizer.
• After all are done reading, teammate #1 shares a summary and a
concrete example of the theme he or she read, while #2, 3, and 4 take
notes.
• Repeat the process for #2 and so on.
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Key Themes in Action
As you watch this video of a 5th grade ELA lesson, notice
how the key themes are used to make instruction
accessible to all students.
Please take notes on your graphic organizer (Rhombus).
We will use them to debrief your observation.
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Think, Write, Share
• What example of ____did you see?
-Meaning Making
-Language Development
-Effective Expression
-Content Knowledge
-Foundational Skills
• Write for one minute
• Share with an elbow partner
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More videos
• Classroom Example of Teaching Complex Text:
Butterfly (Kindergarten)
http://vimeo.com/47315992
• Text Analysis: Questions & Symbols (Grades 9–12)
https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/
12th-grade-text-analysis-lesson
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Integrated ELD
Designated ELD
All teachers with Els in their
classrooms use the CA ELD
Standards in tandem with
the CA CCSS for ELA/Lliteracy
and other content standards
A protected time during the
school day when teachers use the
CA ELD Standards as the focal
standards in ways that build into
and from content instruction
Content Standards are in the ELD standards are in the
foreground, language is in
foreground, content is in the
the background
background
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Integrated or Designated Pair Share
• Use the provided T-Chart as your graphic
organizer
• Partner A: Open the envelope and pull out a
quote from the framework. Read it out loud.
• Partner A: Decide which category (designated or
integrated) and explain your thinking using the
Collaborative Conversations handout
• Partner B: Use the provided frames to
agree/disagree in order to come to a decision
• Repeat the same process until all quotes all
pulled from the envelope
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Collaborative Conversations
• Carefully crafted, open sentence frames
provide opportunities for students to practice
specific academic language while also
providing an opportunity for extended
discourse on a particular topic. (Ch.2, p. 85)
• Use the Collaborative Conversations handout
to guide your discussion.
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A Comprehensive Approach
“ELs at all English Proficiency levels and all ages
require both integrated and designated ELD. Such
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”
ELD ELA Framework, pg. 97
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Where to find resources
including….
Instructional Resources
– Understanding Language
– Brokers of expertise
www.mydigitalchalkboard.org
Universal Access
Literacy in Content Areas
– AchievetheCore.Org
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Where to find resources
San Mateo County Office of Education Website
Via email
Nabila Massoumi
[email protected]
Lori Musso
[email protected]
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Last But Not Least
• Upcoming Events – November and December
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LCAP UPDATE
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LCAP Goals & Actions – Priority 2, CCSS
• 23 of 23 districts specifically addressed
the implementation of the CCSS within one
or more of their LCAP goals
• 11 districts had general implementation
goals (e.g. fully implement the common
core in ELA and mathematics)
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LCAP Goals & Actions – Priority 2, CCSS
Topic Area
Count of Districts
Professional Development Focused on the
Implementation/Transition to the Common Core/NGSS/ELD
17
Alignment of Curriculum/ Resources/Materials to the Common
Core/NGSS/ELD
16
Alignment of Assessments to the Common Core
6
Development of PLCs/ Increased Collaboration
6
Enhancement of Technology and Data Solutions
6
Hire Additional Staff (e.g. coaches, specialists)
2
Implementation of Project Based Learning
2
Alignment of Report Cards to the Common Core
2
Development of Walkthrough Protocols
2
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LCAP Support Overview
LCAP Summits:
•Nov. 17, 2014 - Audience: District LCAP Leadership Teams
•Feb. 18, 2015 - Audience: District LCAP Leadership Teams
•April 8, 2015 - Audience: District LCAP Leadership Teams
Accountability Meetings:
•Dec. 11, 2014 – Audience: District Accountability and Business Staff
•Jan. 23, 2015– Audience: District Accountability and Business Staff
•March 27, 2015–Audience: District Accountability and Business Staff
•June 5, 2015– Audience: District Accountability and Business Staff
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LCAP TA Sessions:
•December 8-19, 2014 – Audience: District LCAP
Leadership Teams
•March 2-13, 2015 - Audience: District LCAP
Leadership Teams
•April 1-17, 2015 - Audience: District LCAP
Leadership Teams
See handout for other venues
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