using the elpbo curriculum guidance for eld n.
Download
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Using the ELPBO: Curriculum Guidance for ELD PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Using the ELPBO: Curriculum Guidance for ELD

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 22

Using the ELPBO: Curriculum Guidance for ELD - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 100 Views
  • Uploaded on

Using the ELPBO: Curriculum Guidance for ELD. ELL Statewide Conference: January 24, 2006 Katherine Earley Department of Education Office of Language Acquisition and Academic Achievement. The Need: Background. What was happening in the state?.

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'Using the ELPBO: Curriculum Guidance for ELD' - lundy


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
using the elpbo curriculum guidance for eld

Using the ELPBO: Curriculum Guidance for ELD

ELL Statewide Conference: January 24, 2006

Katherine Earley

Department of Education

Office of Language Acquisition

and Academic Achievement

the need background
The Need: Background
  • What was happening in the state?
  • November 2002, MGL Ch. 71a (Question 2)
  • June 2003, ELPBO
  • Why did MADOE go forward with the project?
  • Need for ELD curriculum at district level
  • Need to define role & nature of effective ESL/ELD
  • instruction
  • Need to define link between content standards &
  • ELPBO standards

January 24, 2006

the curriculum work group 2005
The Curriculum Work Group 2005
  • Partnership with Center for

Applied Linguistics

  • Call for Participants
  • Resumes Collected
  • Graduate Degree
  • ESL/ELL/ELA Experience

January 24, 2006

the curriculum work group cont
The Curriculum Work Group (Cont.)
  • Teachers: k – 12
  • Department Heads
  • Specialists
  • Resource Teachers
  • Curriculum Leaders
  • CAL
  • MADOE

January 24, 2006

the work to date july 2005
The Work to Date ~ July 2005
  • Four Day Meeting
  • Hands on the ELPBO
  • Planning Guide

January 24, 2006

sample planning guide
Sample Planning Guide

January 24, 2006

the work to date july 20051
Preliminary Scope and SequenceThe Work to Date (July 2005)
  • By Grade Span
  • K-2 & 3-4 (split)
  • 5-8
  • 9-12
  • By Proficiency Level
  • Beginner
  • Early Intermediate
  • Intermediate
  • Transitioning
slide9

English Language Development Scope and Sequence Chart

Grade Span: 3-4 Proficiency Level: Beginner

Time Period: Annual

Standards/Outcomes-Benchmarks

Suggested Topics, Themes, Units

Essential Question/Big Picture

Listening  

S1.1 Demonstrate comprehension of everyday words and phrases using pictures, actions and/or objects.

S2.2 Demonstrate comprehension of words, phrases and sentences used in social interactions related to everyday topics.

Speaking 

S1.4 Express basic personal needs and information and school-related information using spoken words and phrases.

S1.11 Clarify meanings of words using beginning and bilingual dictionaries.

Me, Myself and I

·Family

·Feelings

·Colors, Numbers, Shapes

·Body Parts

·

Reading 

R1.1a Reading previous words with personal meaning that have been presented as images, objects and/or printed text.

R2.5a Identify the initial sounds of familiar words.

Writing

 W1.3a Organize ideas related to writing topic using graphic representations.

W2.1a Write words that have personal meaning.

*****SAMPLE PRELIMINARY WORK: DRAFT ONLY****

English Language Development Scope and Sequence Chart 

Grade Span: 3-4 Proficiency Level: Beginner

Communities

·        School

·        Careers/Occupations

·        Transportation

·        Neighborhood

·       

the work to date continued
The Work to Date (continued)
  • July 2005 ~ October 2005
  • Continued Revisions of SaS
  • Addition of Content Based Unit Plans

January 24, 2006

work to date october 2005
Work to Date ~ October 2005

English Language Development Scope and Sequence Chart

Grade Span: Proficiency Level:

content based eld
Content Based ELD
  • Integrates English with Subject-Matter Instruction
  • Provides Students with an Opportunity to Learn CALP
  • Provides a Less Abrupt Transition from the ESL Classroom to an All-English-Medium Academic Program

January 24, 2006

content based eld continued
Content Based ELD (Continued)
  • Language Skills Practiced in a Highly

Integrated Communicative Fashion

through Content Format

  • Content Might Differ by Proficiency Level
    • Beginners: BICS
    • Past beginners: content increasing academic
    • & complex

January 24, 2006

effective content based eld
Effective Content Based ELD
  • A systematic coordination between content teachers and ESL teachers must exist
  • Relationships among and between teachers must be redesigned
  • All teachers as teachers of language

January 24, 2006

content based eld rationale
Content-Based ELD ~ Rationale
  • Students are expected to acquire subject matter knowledge as they are acquiring English – Why postpone the teaching of content material?
  • Students deserve to know the academic secrets* of each subject they study

*Kinsella, (1997)

January 24, 2006

the work to date october on
The Work to Date (October & on)
  • Continued review of work
  • Meetings with CAL
  • March 2006 ~ final session
  • Edit
  • Units/lessons
  • Formatting

January 24, 2006

scope sequence sample
Scope & Sequence: SAMPLE

Suggested ELD, Content-Based Instructional Topics

(ESL Teacher plans/selects in consultation with content teachers)

BICS*:(as needed) CALP: Math

School orientation Functions

CALP: Science & Technology CALP: ELA

Computer Dictionary Skills

CALP: Social Studies/History CALP: Other Content Areas

Geography Physical Fitness

*Cummins, J. (1978, 1981)

January 24, 2006

sample scope sequence cont
Sample Scope & Sequence (cont)

Listening & Speaking

Vocabulary

Social Interaction

Academic Interaction

Presentation

Writing

Prewriting

Writing

Revising

Editing

Media

Reading

Vocabulary & Syntax in Print

Beginning to Read in English

Comprehension

Literary Elements & Techniques

Informational/Expository Text

Research

January 24, 2006

slide19

Sample Scope and Sequence

  • STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
  • Vocabulary: Listening & Speaking ~ Students will
  • Listening:
          • Demonstrate comprehension of everyday words and phrases, using pictures, actions, and/or objects (S.1.1)
          • Demonstrate comprehension of words that express basic personal needs, personal likes and dislikes, personal information, and school related information (S.1.2)
  • Speaking:
          • Express basic personal needs and information and school-related information, using spoken words and phrases (S.1.4)
          • Employ vocabulary essential for grade-level content learning (S.1.5)

January 24, 2006

eld curriculum guidance
ELD Curriculum Guidance

Phase I: SaS

Phase II: Instruction

Phase III: Performance Assessments

January 24, 2006

future considerations
Future Considerations
  • Formatting
  • Technology
  • Piloting
  • Professional Development

January 24, 2006

feedback questions
The project?

Usefulness?

The formatting?

The piloting?

Feedback ~ Questions

January 24, 2006