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                 ELD Proficiency Levels:
                                                                                              Designated Standards ELD and ELA #’s
    Beginning (B)                  Early Advanced (EA)
x   Early Intermediate (EI)        Advanced (A)
x   Intermediate (I)

                                   ELD / ELA Standards Correlation Matrix for Supplemental ELD Materials (SB1113 – Budget Act 2004-2005)

                                                           Grades 6-8                                                                     ELA
                                                      ELD Reading Standards                                                            Standards
                                                                                        Early                                                                      Primary             Supporting
     Beginning                Early Intermediate            Intermediate                                       Advanced                 Grade 7
                                                                                      Advanced                                                                     Citation             Citation
    Word Analysis               Word Analysis              Word Analysis            Word Analysis            Word Analysis           Reading
                                                                                                                                                              EI5, I6-ELD & 1.1    EI5, I6-ELD & 1.1
    B1. Recognize and           EI1. Produce most          I1. Apply knowledge      EA1. Apply               A1. Apply               1.0 Word Analysis,       ELA Standard         ELA Standard
    correctly pronounce         English phonemes           of common English        knowledge of word        knowledge of word       Fluency, and
    most English                comprehensibly             morphemes in oral        relationships, such      relationships, such     Systematic               Teachers’ Guide      (TG) pp. 84-85,
    phonemes while              while reading aloud        and silent reading to    as roots and             as roots and            Vocabulary               (TG) pp. 55-56,      lesson 20, p. 115,
    reading aloud.              one’s own writing,         derive meaning           affixes, to derive       affixes, to derive      Development              75-78, lessons 11-   lesson 17, p. 146,
                                simple sentences,          from literature and      meaning from             meaning from                                     13; pp. 89-90, 97,   lesson 17.
    B2. Recognize the           or simple texts.           texts in content         literature and texts     literature and texts    Students use their       lesson 1; pp. 119-
    most common                                            areas.                   in content areas.        in content areas.       knowledge of word        120, 128-130,        (SW) p. 142, 211,
    English morphemes           EI2. Use common                                                                                      origins and word         lessons 1-3.         284.
    in phrases and              English morphemes          I2. Identify cognates    EA2. Distinguish         A2. Apply               relationships, as well
    simple sentences.           in oral and silent         (e.g., agonía,           between cognates         knowledge of            as historical and        Student Workbook     (VC) Unit 8 1:12:44-
                                reading.                   agony) and false         and false cognates       cognates and false      literary context         (SW) pp. 138-141,    1:14:35, Unit 9
    Fluency and                                            cognates (e.g.,          in literature and        cognates to derive      clues, to determine      167, 169, 237,       1:03:59-1:09:28,
    Systematic                  EI3. Recognize             éxito, exit) in          texts in content         meaning from            the meaning of           239-244, 252-253.    Unit 10 1:12:20-
    Vocabulary                  obvious cognates           literature and texts     areas.                   literature and texts    specialized                                   1:13:55.
    Development                 (e.g., education,          in content areas.                                 in content areas.       vocabulary and to        Video Content
                                educación;                                          Fluency and                                      understand the           (VC) Unit 8 39:10-   EI4-ELD & 1.3 ELA
    B3. Read aloud              university,                Fluency and              Systematic               Fluency and             precise meaning of       42:37, Unit 9        Standard
    simple words                universidad) in            Systematic               Vocabulary               Systematic              grade-level-             00:00-02:51, Unit
    presented in                phrases, simple            Vocabulary               Development              Vocabulary              appropriate words.       10 00:00-06:17.      (TG) p. 168, lesson
    literature and              sentences,                 Development                                       Development             Vocabulary and                                10.
    subject-matter              literature, and                                     EA3. Use                                         Concept                  EI4-ELD & 1.3
    texts; demonstrate          content area texts.        I3. Use a standard       knowledge of             A3. Recognize that      Development              ELA Standard         (SW) pp. 329-332.
    comprehension by                                       dictionary to            English                  some words have         1.1 Identify idioms,
    *English Language Arts Content Standards for California Public Schools Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve (State Board Adopted December 1997).                                               1
    English Language Development Standards for California Public Schools Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve (State Board Adopted July 1999).
    Both documents are available on-line at http://www.cde.ca.gov/be/st/ss.

    11/23/2011
Publisher:                                                 Program Title:
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                                                                                                      FOR LEA USE ONLY
                 ELD Proficiency Levels:
                                                                                              Designated Standards ELD and ELA #’s
    Beginning (B)                 Early Advanced (EA)
x   Early Intermediate (EI)       Advanced (A)
x   Intermediate (I)

                                   ELD / ELA Standards Correlation Matrix for Supplemental ELD Materials (SB1113 – Budget Act 2004-2005)

                                                           Grades 6-8                                                                     ELA
                                                      ELD Reading Standards                                                            Standards
                                                                                        Early                                                                     Primary             Supporting
      Beginning               Early Intermediate            Intermediate                                       Advanced                 Grade 7
                                                                                      Advanced                                                                    Citation             Citation
    using one to two            Fluency and                determine                morphemes,               multiple meanings       analogies,               (TG) pp. 149-150,   (VC) Unit 11 42:53-
    words or simple-            Systematic                 meanings of              phonics, and syntax      and apply this          metaphors, and           pp. 165-167,        56:27.
    sentence                    Vocabulary                 unknown words.           to decode and            knowledge               similes in prose and     lessons 8-9.
    responses.                  Development                                         interpret the            consistently in         poetry.
                                                           I4. Use knowledge        meaning of               reading literature      1.2 Use knowledge        (SW) pp. 323-328.
    B4. Respond with            EI4. Use knowledge         of English               unfamiliar words.        and texts in content    of Greek, Latin, and
    appropriate short           of literature and          morphemes,                                        areas.                  Anglo-Saxon roots        (VC) Unit 11
    phrases or                  content areas to           phonics, and syntax      EA4. Recognize                                   and affixes to           27:32-32:55.
    sentences in                understand                 to decode text.          that some words          A4. Apply               understand content-
    various social and          unknown words.                                      have multiple            knowledge of            area vocabulary.
    academic settings                                      I5. Recognize            meanings and             academic and            1.3 Clarify word
    (e.g., answer               EI5. Read simple           simple idioms,           apply this               social vocabulary to    meanings through
    simple questions).          paragraphs and             analogies, figures of    knowledge to read        achieve                 the use of definition,
                                passages                   speech (e.g., to         literature and texts     independent             example,
    B5. Create a simple         independently.             “take a fall”), and      in content areas.        reading.                restatement, or
    dictionary of words                                    metaphors in                                                              contrast.
    frequently used by          EI6. Demonstrate           literature and texts     EA5. Use a               A5. Use common
    the student.                internalization of         in content areas.        standard dictionary      idioms and some         2.0 Reading
                                English grammar,                                    to determine the         analogies (e.g.,        Comprehension
    B6. Retell stories          usage, and word            I6. Demonstrate          meaning of               “shine like a star,”    (Focus on
    by using phrases            choice by                  internalization of       unknown words            “let the cat out of     Informational
    and sentences.              recognizing and            English grammar,         (e.g., idioms and        the bag”) and           Materials)
                                correcting some            usage, and word          words with multiple      metaphors.
    B7. Produce simple          errors when                choice by                meanings).                                       Students read and
    vocabulary (single          speaking or reading        recognizing and                                   A6. Use a standard      understand grade-
    words or short              aloud.                     correcting errors        EA6. Use decoding        dictionary to           level-appropriate
    *English Language Arts Content Standards for California Public Schools Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve (State Board Adopted December 1997).                                              2
    English Language Development Standards for California Public Schools Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve (State Board Adopted July 1999).
    Both documents are available on-line at http://www.cde.ca.gov/be/st/ss.

    11/23/2011
Publisher:                                                  Program Title:
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                                                                                                       FOR LEA USE ONLY
                 ELD Proficiency Levels:
                                                                                               Designated Standards ELD and ELA #’s
    Beginning (B)                  Early Advanced (EA)
x   Early Intermediate (EI)        Advanced (A)
x   Intermediate (I)

                                    ELD / ELA Standards Correlation Matrix for Supplemental ELD Materials (SB1113 – Budget Act 2004-2005)

                                                            Grades 6-8                                                                    ELA
                                                       ELD Reading Standards                                                           Standards
                                                                                         Early                                                               Primary    Supporting
     Beginning                Early Intermediate             Intermediate                                       Advanced                 Grade 7
                                                                                       Advanced                                                              Citation    Citation
    phrases) to                                             when speaking or         skills and               determine the           material. They
    communicate basic           EI7. Read aloud             reading aloud.           knowledge of             meaning of              describe and
    needs in social and         with appropriate                                     academic and             unknown words.          connect the
    academic settings           pacing, intonation,         I7. Use decoding         social vocabulary to                             essential ideas,
    (e.g., locations,           and expression              skills and               achieve                                          arguments, and
    greetings,                  one’s own writing of        knowledge of both        independent              Reading                 perspectives of the
    classroom objects).         narrative and               academic and             reading.                 Comprehension           text by using their
                                expository texts.           social vocabulary to                                                      knowledge of text
    Reading                                                 read independently.      EA7. Recognize           A7. Identify and        structure,
    Comprehension               EI8. Use a standard                                  idioms, analogies,       explain the main        organization, and
                                dictionary to find the      I8. Recognize that       and metaphors            ideas and critical      purpose. The
    B8. Read simple             meaning of known            some words have          used in literature       details of              selections in
    text and orally             vocabulary.                 multiple meanings.       and texts in content     informational           Recommended
    respond to factual                                                               areas.                   materials, literary     Readings in
    comprehension               Reading                     Reading                                           text, and text in       Literature,
    questions by using          Comprehension               Comprehension            EA8. Read aloud          content areas.          Kindergarten
    key words or                                                                     with appropriate                                 Through Grade
    phrases.                    EI9. Read and               I9. Read literature      pacing, intonation,      A8. Analyze a           Eight illustrate the
                                orally respond to           and respond orally       and expression           variety of rhetorical   quality and
    B9. Understand              simple literary texts       to it by answering in    increasingly             styles, found in        complexity of the
    and follow simple           and texts in content        detailed sentences       complex narrative        consumer (e.g.,         materials to be read
    multiple-step oral          areas by using              factual                  and expository           warranties,             by students. In
    directions for              simple sentences to         comprehension            texts.                   contracts) and          addition, by grade
    classroom or work-          answer factual              questions.                                        informational           eight, students read
    related activities.         comprehension                                        Reading                  materials (e.g.,        one million words
                                questions.                  I10. Read text and       Comprehension            newspapers,             annually on their
    *English Language Arts Content Standards for California Public Schools Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve (State Board Adopted December 1997).                              3
    English Language Development Standards for California Public Schools Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve (State Board Adopted July 1999).
    Both documents are available on-line at http://www.cde.ca.gov/be/st/ss.

    11/23/2011
Publisher:                                                  Program Title:
Digital Education Productions                               EASY-English Academic Success for YouTM Part 2
                                                                                                       FOR LEA USE ONLY
                 ELD Proficiency Levels:
                                                                                               Designated Standards ELD and ELA #’s
    Beginning (B)                  Early Advanced (EA)
x   Early Intermediate (EI)        Advanced (A)
x   Intermediate (I)

                                    ELD / ELA Standards Correlation Matrix for Supplemental ELD Materials (SB1113 – Budget Act 2004-2005)

                                                            Grades 6-8                                                                     ELA
                                                       ELD Reading Standards                                                            Standards
                                                                                          Early                                                                Primary    Supporting
      Beginning               Early Intermediate             Intermediate                                       Advanced                  Grade 7
                                                                                        Advanced                                                               Citation    Citation
    B10. Recognize                                          use detailed                                      magazines, signs,        own, including a
    categories of               EI10. Identify and          sentences to              EA9. Identify and       textbooks).              good representation
    common                      follow some                 explain orally the        explain the main                                 of grade-level-
    informational               multiple-step               main ideas and            ideas and critical      A9. Identify and         appropriate narrative
    materials (e.g.,            directions for using        details of                details of              analyze the              and expository text
    newspaper,                  simple mechanical           informational text,       informational           differences              (e.g., classic and
    brochure).                  devices and filling         literary text, and text   materials, literary     between various          contemporary
                                out basic forms.            in content areas.         texts, and texts in     categories of            literature,
    B11. Orally identify,                                                             content areas.          informational            magazines,
    using key words or          EI11. Identify and          I11. Understand                                   materials                newspapers, online
    phrases, the main           orally explain              and orally explain        EA10. Identify and      (textbooks,              information). In
    ideas and some              categories of               most multiple-step        explain the             newspapers,              grade seven,
    details of familiar         familiar                    directions for using      differences             instructional            students make
    texts.                      informational               a simple                  between various         manuals, signs).         substantial progress
                                materials by using          mechanical device         categories of                                    toward this goal.
    B12. Point out text         simple sentences.           and filling out           informational           Literary Response        Structural Features
    features, such as                                       simple applications.      materials (e.g.,        and Analysis             of Informational
    the title, table of         EI12. Read text and                                   textbooks,                                       Materials
    contents, and               orally identify the         I12. Identify and use     newspapers,             A10. Analyze the         2.1 Understand and
    chapter headings.           main ideas and              detailed sentences        instructional           setting (place, time,    analyze the
                                details of                  to explain orally the     materials).             customs) and its         differences in
    B13. Use pictures,          informational               differences among                                 influence on the         structure and
    lists, charts, and          materials, literary         some categories of        EA11. Analyze a         meaning of and           purpose between
    tables found in             text, and text in           informational             variety of rhetorical   conflict in a literary   various categories of
    informational               content areas by            materials.                styles found in         text.                    informational
    materials,                  using simple                                          consumer (e.g.,                                  materials (e.g.,
    *English Language Arts Content Standards for California Public Schools Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve (State Board Adopted December 1997).                                4
    English Language Development Standards for California Public Schools Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve (State Board Adopted July 1999).
    Both documents are available on-line at http://www.cde.ca.gov/be/st/ss.

    11/23/2011
Publisher:                                                 Program Title:
Digital Education Productions                              EASY-English Academic Success for YouTM Part 2
                                                                                                      FOR LEA USE ONLY
                 ELD Proficiency Levels:
                                                                                              Designated Standards ELD and ELA #’s
    Beginning (B)                  Early Advanced (EA)
x   Early Intermediate (EI)        Advanced (A)
x   Intermediate (I)

                                    ELD / ELA Standards Correlation Matrix for Supplemental ELD Materials (SB1113 – Budget Act 2004-2005)

                                                           Grades 6-8                                                                     ELA
                                                      ELD Reading Standards                                                            Standards
                                                                                        Early                                                                Primary    Supporting
      Beginning               Early Intermediate            Intermediate                                       Advanced                 Grade 7
                                                                                      Advanced                                                               Citation    Citation
    newspapers, and             sentences.                 I13. Understand          warranties,              A11. Identify and       textbooks,
    magazines to                                           and orally identify      contracts, manuals)      describe several        newspapers,
    identify the factual        EI13. Read and             the features and         and informational        literary elements       instructional
    components of               orally identify            elements of              materials (e.g.,         and techniques in       manuals, signs).
    compare-and-                examples of fact           common consumer          newspapers,              literary texts (e.g.,   2.2 Locate
    contrast patterns.          and opinion and            (e.g., warranties,       magazines, and           figurative language,    information by using
                                cause and effect in        contracts, manuals)      textbooks).              imagery, and            a variety of
    B14. Orally identify        written texts by           and informational                                 symbolism).             consumer,
    examples of fact            using simple               materials (e.g.,         Literary Response                                workplace, and
    and opinion and             sentences.                 magazines and            and Analysis             A12. Compare and        public documents.
    cause and effect in                                    books).                                           contrast a similar      2.3 Analyze text that
    simple texts.               EI14. Orally identify                               EA12. Identify           theme or topic          uses the cause-and-
                                the factual                Literary Response        literary devices,        across genres and       effect organizational
    Literary Response           components of              and Analysis             such as narrative        explain how the         pattern.
    and Analysis                simple informational                                voice, symbolism,        genre shapes the        Comprehension and
                                materials by using         I14. Use expanded        dialect, and irony.      themes or topics.       Analysis of Grade-
    B15. Respond                key words or               vocabulary and                                                            Level-Appropriate
    orally in one or two        phrases.                   descriptive words in     EA13. Describe           A13. Analyze            Text
    words to factual                                       paraphrasing oral        orally the major         recurring themes        2.4 Identify and
    comprehension               Literary Response          and written              characteristics of       across literary         trace the
    questions about             and Analysis               responses to texts.      several forms of         works (e.g., good       development of an
    simple literary texts.                                                          poetry by using          and evil, loyalty and   author’s argument,
                                EI15. Respond              I15. Read text and       detailed sentences.      betrayal).              point of view, or
    B16. Identify orally        orally to factual          use detailed                                                              perspective in text.
    different characters        comprehension              sentences to             EA14. Describe the       A14. Compare and        2.5 Understand and
    and settings in             questions about            respond orally to        author’s point of        contrast the            explain the use of a
    *English Language Arts Content Standards for California Public Schools Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve (State Board Adopted December 1997).                              5
    English Language Development Standards for California Public Schools Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve (State Board Adopted July 1999).
    Both documents are available on-line at http://www.cde.ca.gov/be/st/ss.

    11/23/2011
Publisher:                                                  Program Title:
Digital Education Productions                               EASY-English Academic Success for YouTM Part 2
                                                                                                       FOR LEA USE ONLY
                 ELD Proficiency Levels:
                                                                                               Designated Standards ELD and ELA #’s
    Beginning (B)                  Early Advanced (EA)
x   Early Intermediate (EI)        Advanced (A)
x   Intermediate (I)

                                    ELD / ELA Standards Correlation Matrix for Supplemental ELD Materials (SB1113 – Budget Act 2004-2005)

                                                            Grades 6-8                                                                     ELA
                                                       ELD Reading Standards                                                            Standards
                                                                                         Early                                                                 Primary    Supporting
      Beginning               Early Intermediate             Intermediate                                       Advanced                 Grade 7
                                                                                       Advanced                                                                Citation    Citation
    simple literary texts       brief literary texts by     factual                  view in literary text    motivation and          simple mechanical
    by using words or           answering in simple         comprehension            by using detailed        reactions of            device by following
    phrases.                    sentences.                  questions about          sentences.               characters across a     technical directions.
                                                            three forms of brief                              variety of literary     Expository Critique
    B17. Role-play a            EI16. Read literary         prose (e.g., short       EA15. Compare            texts.                  2.6 Assess the
    character from a            texts and orally            story, novel, essay).    and contrast a                                   adequacy, accuracy,
    familiar piece of           identify the main                                    similar theme            A15. Analyze the        and appropriateness
    literature by using         events of the plot by       I16. Apply               across several           elements of a plot,     of the author’s
    words and phrases.          using simple                knowledge of             genres by using          including its           evidence to support
                                sentences.                  language to analyze      detailed sentences.      development and         claims and
    B18. Create                                             and derive meaning                                the way conflicts       assertions, noting
    pictures, lists,            EI17. Read a                from literary texts      EA16. Describe           are addressed and       instances of bias
    charts, and tables          selection and orally        and comprehend           orally and in writing    resolved.               and stereotyping.
    to identify the             identify the speaker        them.                    a similar theme or
    sequence of events          or narrator.                                         topic by using                                   3.0 Literary
    in simple literary                                                               detailed sentences.                              Response and
    texts.                      EI18. Identify the                                                                                    Analysis
                                difference in points                                 EA17. Read a
    B19. Create                 of view between                                      literary selection                               Students read and
    pictures, lists, and        first person and                                     and orally explain                               respond to
    charts to orally            third person by                                      the literary                                     historically or
    identify the                using simple                                         elements of plot,                                culturally significant
    characteristics of          sentences.                                           setting, and                                     works of literature
    three different                                                                  characters by using                              that reflect and
    forms of literature:        EI19. Distinguish                                    detailed sentences.                              enhance their
    fiction, nonfiction,        orally the                                                                                            studies of history
    *English Language Arts Content Standards for California Public Schools Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve (State Board Adopted December 1997).                                6
    English Language Development Standards for California Public Schools Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve (State Board Adopted July 1999).
    Both documents are available on-line at http://www.cde.ca.gov/be/st/ss.

    11/23/2011
Publisher:                                                  Program Title:
Digital Education Productions                               EASY-English Academic Success for YouTM Part 2
                                                                                                       FOR LEA USE ONLY
                  ELD Proficiency Levels:
                                                                                               Designated Standards ELD and ELA #’s
    Beginning (B)                  Early Advanced (EA)
x   Early Intermediate (EI)        Advanced (A)
x   Intermediate (I)

                                    ELD / ELA Standards Correlation Matrix for Supplemental ELD Materials (SB1113 – Budget Act 2004-2005)

                                                            Grades 6-8                                                                     ELA
                                                       ELD Reading Standards                                                            Standards
                                                                                         Early                                                                 Primary    Supporting
     Beginning                Early Intermediate             Intermediate                                       Advanced                 Grade 7
                                                                                       Advanced                                                                Citation    Citation
    and poetry.                 characteristics of                                   EA18. Describe the                               and social science.
                                different forms of                                   major                                            They clarify the
    B20. Recite simple          fiction and poetry by                                characteristics of                               ideas and connect
    poems.                      using simple                                         several forms of                                 them to other literary
                                sentences.                                           fiction and poetry:                              works. The
                                                                                     short story, essay,                              selections in
                                EI20. Describe                                       novel, ballad, lyric,                            Recommended
                                orally in simple                                     epic.                                            Readings in
                                sentences a                                                                                           Literature,
                                character in a brief                                                                                  Kindergarten
                                literary text by                                                                                      Through Grade
                                identifying the                                                                                       Eight illustrate the
                                thoughts and                                                                                          quality and
                                actions of the                                                                                        complexity of the
                                character.                                                                                            materials to be read
                                                                                                                                      by students.
                                                                                                                                      Structural Features
                                                                                                                                      of Literature
                                                                                                                                      3.1 Articulate the
                                                                                                                                      expressed purposes
                                                                                                                                      and characteristics
                                                                                                                                      of different forms of
                                                                                                                                      prose (e.g., short
                                                                                                                                      story, novel, novella,
                                                                                                                                      essay).
                                                                                                                                      Narrative Analysis of
    *English Language Arts Content Standards for California Public Schools Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve (State Board Adopted December 1997).                                7
    English Language Development Standards for California Public Schools Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve (State Board Adopted July 1999).
    Both documents are available on-line at http://www.cde.ca.gov/be/st/ss.

    11/23/2011
Publisher:                                              Program Title:
Digital Education Productions                           EASY-English Academic Success for YouTM Part 2
                                                                                                   FOR LEA USE ONLY
                 ELD Proficiency Levels:
                                                                                           Designated Standards ELD and ELA #’s
    Beginning (B)                 Early Advanced (EA)
x   Early Intermediate (EI)       Advanced (A)
x   Intermediate (I)

                                   ELD / ELA Standards Correlation Matrix for Supplemental ELD Materials (SB1113 – Budget Act 2004-2005)

                                                        Grades 6-8                                                                        ELA
                                                   ELD Reading Standards                                                               Standards
                                                                                     Early                                                                   Primary    Supporting
     Beginning                Early Intermediate         Intermediate                                        Advanced                   Grade 7
                                                                                   Advanced                                                                  Citation    Citation
                                                                                                                                     Grade-Level-
                                                                                                                                     Appropriate Text
                                                                                                                                     3.2 Identify events
                                                                                                                                     that advance the plot
                                                                                                                                     and determine how
                                                                                                                                     each event explains
                                                                                                                                     past or present
                                                                                                                                     action(s) or
                                                                                                                                     foreshadows future
                                                                                                                                     action(s).
                                                                                                                                     3.3 Analyze
                                                                                                                                     characterization as
                                                                                                                                     delineated through a
                                                                                                                                     character’s thoughts,
                                                                                                                                     words, speech
                                                                                                                                     patterns, and
                                                                                                                                     actions; the
                                                                                                                                     narrator’s
                                                                                                                                     description; and the
                                                                                                                                     thoughts, words, and
                                                                                                                                     actions of other
                                                                                                                                     characters.
                                                                                                                                     3.4 Identify and
                                                                                                                                     analyze recurring
                                                                                                                                     themes across
                                                                                                                                     works (e.g., the
    *English Language Arts Content Standards for California Public Schools Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve (State Board Adopted December 1997).                              8
    English Language Development Standards for California Public Schools Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve (State Board Adopted July 1999).
    Both documents are available on-line at http://www.cde.ca.gov/be/st/ss.

    11/23/2011
Publisher:                                              Program Title:
Digital Education Productions                           EASY-English Academic Success for YouTM Part 2
                                                                                                   FOR LEA USE ONLY
                 ELD Proficiency Levels:
                                                                                           Designated Standards ELD and ELA #’s
    Beginning (B)                 Early Advanced (EA)
x   Early Intermediate (EI)       Advanced (A)
x   Intermediate (I)

                                   ELD / ELA Standards Correlation Matrix for Supplemental ELD Materials (SB1113 – Budget Act 2004-2005)

                                                        Grades 6-8                                                                        ELA
                                                   ELD Reading Standards                                                               Standards
                                                                                     Early                                                                   Primary    Supporting
     Beginning                Early Intermediate         Intermediate                                        Advanced                   Grade 7
                                                                                   Advanced                                                                  Citation    Citation
                                                                                                                                     value of bravery,
                                                                                                                                     loyalty, and
                                                                                                                                     friendship; the
                                                                                                                                     effects of
                                                                                                                                     loneliness).
                                                                                                                                     3.5 Contrast points
                                                                                                                                     of view (e.g., first
                                                                                                                                     and third person,
                                                                                                                                     limited and
                                                                                                                                     omniscient,
                                                                                                                                     subjective and
                                                                                                                                     objective) in
                                                                                                                                     narrative text and
                                                                                                                                     explain how they
                                                                                                                                     affect the overall
                                                                                                                                     theme of the work.
                                                                                                                                     Literary Criticism
                                                                                                                                     3.6 Analyze a range
                                                                                                                                     of responses to a
                                                                                                                                     literary work and
                                                                                                                                     determine the extent
                                                                                                                                     to which the literary
                                                                                                                                     elements in the work
                                                                                                                                     shaped those
                                                                                                                                     responses.

    *English Language Arts Content Standards for California Public Schools Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve (State Board Adopted December 1997).                              9
    English Language Development Standards for California Public Schools Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve (State Board Adopted July 1999).
    Both documents are available on-line at http://www.cde.ca.gov/be/st/ss.

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