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					                                                            PREFACE
The following correlation is based on the student experience of the Longman English Interactive CD-ROM. This Interactive CD-
ROM learning experience is very easy to navigate and understand. If the student does not understand in English, they have
access to the translation of the instructions throughout the program. This will alleviate student frustration in trying to
understand instructions, as well as giving them a learning opportunity by looking at the instructions in their native language
and then the instructions in English. More importantly, it will give the student an opportunity to effectively use the Interactive
CD-ROM from the start. This Interactive CD-ROM gives each individual student more time to practice speaking, listening,
reading and writing than a traditional text. Longman English Interactive provides students with immediate feedback on
activities from answering multiple choice questions to whether or not their pronunciation is effective. Teachers can either
expand on or supplement the modules and sections with their own activities or utilize the online teacher guide to fully
integrate the standards. For example, for presentations, students can develop a presentation or role play based on the Module
Theme. The Reading Sections provide students with the foundation of how to interact with text. Teachers should then
supplement with appropriate literary materials. Also, the CD-ROM provides the background grammar skills for the research
and writing assignments that are available on the teacher website. Literary skills such as using or recognizing idioms and
figurative language may be too advanced for a student at this English language level. The teacher can use the text as a
foundation and supplement as appropriate to student level and needs. This Interactive CD-ROM is well-rounded and thorough
— undoubtedly allowing students to learn more effectively and concretely than traditional texts and other CD-ROMs. **Please
note that any reference to "writing" or "research" is in regards to teacher-supplied activities from the online resource guide
for teachers.
                                                                      English Interactive 1
                                                                                    LONGMAN
                                                                                    correlated to
                                        California English Language Development Standards
                                                                                    Grades 6-8


LISTENING AND SPEAKING – Strategies and Applications
BEGINNING ELD LEVEL

   Comprehension
      Begin to speak a few words or sentences by using some English phonemes and        A1 Speaking; A2 Speaking; A3 Speaking; B1 Speaking; B2 Speaking; B3 Speaking;
           rudimentary English grammatical forms (e.g., single words or phrases).       C1 Speaking; C2 Speaking; C3 Speaking
      Ask and answer simple questions using simple sentences or phrases.                A4 - Speaking; A5 Speaking
      Demonstrate comprehension of oral presentations and instructions through non-     A5 Listening 1; A5 Listening 2; A5 Listening Challenge 1; B5 Listening 1; B5 Listening 2;
           verbal responses (e.g., gestures, pointing, drawing).                        B5 Listening Challenge 1; C5 Listening 1; C5 Listening 2; C5 Listening Challenge 1
   Comprehension and Organization and Delivery of Oral Communication
      Independently use common social greetings and simple repetitive phrases (e.g.,    A1 Grammar 1-2.2; A1 Vocabulary 1-1.1;
           "Good Morning Ms. _____.").                                                  A1 Pronunciation 1-2.1b

LISTENING AND SPEAKING – Strategies and Applications
EARLY INTERMEDIATE ELD LEVEL
   Comprehension
      Begin to be understood when speaking but may have some inconsistent use of        A1 Speaking; A2 Speaking; A3 Speaking; B1 Speaking; B2 Speaking; B3 Speaking;
           Standard English grammatical forms and sounds (e.g., plurals, simple past    C1 Speaking; C2 Speaking; C3 Speaking
           tense, pronouns such as he and she).
      Ask and answer questions by using phrases or simple sentences.                    B4 Speaking; B5 Speaking; C4 Speaking; C5 Speaking
      Restate and execute multiple-step oral directions.                                A5 Listening 1; A5 Listening 2; A5 Listening Challenge 1; B5 Listening 1; B5 Listening 2;
                                                                                        B5 Listening Challenge 1; C5 Listening 1; C5 Listening 2; C5 Listening Challenge 1
   Comprehension and Organization and Delivery of Oral Communication
      Restate in simple sentences the main idea of oral presentations in subject-       A1 Listening 1; Listening 2; Listening Challenge 1; B2 Listening 1; Listening 2; Listening
            matter content.                                                             Challenge 1; C3 Listening 1; Listening 2; Listening Challenge 1
      Orally communicate basic needs (e.g. "I need to borrow a pencil”).                A2 Speaking; A4 Speaking; A5 Speaking; B2Speaking; B4 Speaking; B5 Speaking;
                                                                                        C2 Speaking; C4 Speaking; C5 Speaking
      Prepare and deliver short oral presentations.                                     A2 Introducing people; A3 A Giving Directions; A5 Describe people and things; B2 Talk about
                                                                                        clothes and possessions; B3 Stating preferences and talk about personal life; B5 Shopping
                                                                                        C1 Talk about activities; C2 Talk about people and families; C5 Talk about jobs
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LISTENING AND SPEAKING – Strategies and Applications
INTERMEDIATE ELD LEVEL
   Comprehension
      Respond to messages by asking simple questions or by briefly restating the           A1 Speaking; A4 Speaking; A5 Speaking; B1 Speaking; B4 Speaking; B5 Speaking
          message.                                                                         C1 Speaking; C4 Speaking; C5 Speaking
      Listen attentively to stories and information and identify important details and     A2 Listening 1; Listening 2; Listening Challenge 1
            concepts by using both verbal and non-verbal responses.
   Comprehension and Organization and Delivery of Oral Communication
      Make oneself understood when speaking by using consistent standard English           A 1 Pronunciation 1, 1.1, 1.2; B 1 Pronunciation 1, 1.1a, 1.1b, 1.1c, 1.2; A 1 Pronunciation 2,
          grammatical forms and sounds; however, some rules may not be followed            2.1a, 2.1b; B 1 Pronunciation 2, 2.1a-c, 2.2a-c, 2.3; A1 Review Quiz Pronunciation;
          (e.g., third person singular, male and female pronouns).                         B1 Review Quiz Pronunciation; C1 Review Quiz Pronunciation
      Participate in social conversations with peers and adults on familiar topics by      B2 Listening 1, B3 Listening 1, C 2 Listening 1; B2 Listening 2, B3 Listening 2,
            asking and answering questions and soliciting information.                     C 2 Listening 2; B2 Speaking, B3 Speaking, C 2 Speaking
      Identify the main idea and some supporting details of oral presentations, familiar   A3 Listening 1; B3 Listening 1; C3 Listening 1; A 3 Listening 2; B3 Listening 2; C3 Listening 2;
            literature, and key concepts of subject-matter content.                        C3 Review Quiz Listening; B3 Review Quiz; C3 Listening Review Quiz
   Organization and Delivery of Oral Communication
      Prepare and deliver short presentations on ideas, premises, or images obtained       A4 Speaking, B3 Speaking, C5 Speaking; A4 Pronunciation 1, B3 Pronunciation 1, C5
           from various common sources.                                                    Pronunciation 1; A4 Pronunciation 2, B3 Pronunciation 2, C5 Pronunciation 2
LISTENING AND SPEAKING – Strategies and Applications
EARLY ADVANCED ELD LEVEL
   Comprehension
      Listen attentively to more complex stories and information on new topics across      B3 Listening 1; Listening 2; Listening Challenge
         content areas and identify the main points and supporting details.
   Comprehension and Organization and Delivery of Oral Communication
      Retell stories in greater detail by including the characters, setting, and plot.     A4 Reading 1; B3 Reading 1; C4 Reading 1; A4 Reading 2; B3 Reading 2; C4 Reading 2;
                                                                                           A4 Review Quiz Reading; B3 Review Quiz Reading; C4 Review Quiz Reading
      Make oneself understood when speaking by using consistent Standard English           A2 Speaking; B3 Speaking; C1 Speaking; A2 Pronunciation 1, 1.1; B3 Pronunciation 1; C1
            grammatical forms, sounds, intonation, pitch, and modulation, but may          Pronunciation 2; A2 Review Quiz Pronunciation, B3 Review Quiz Pronunciation , C1 Review
            make random errors.                                                            Quiz Pronunciation
      Participate in and initiate more extended social conversations with peers and        A3 Speaking; B2 Speaking; B4 Speaking; A3 Pronunciation 1; B2 Grammar 3; B4 Pronunciation
            adults on unfamiliar topics by asking and answering questions and              1; A3 Review Quiz Pronunciation; B2 Grammar 3.1, 3.2; B4 Pronunciation Review Quiz
            restating and soliciting information.
      Recognize appropriate ways of speaking that vary according to the purpose,           A2 Speaking; B4 Speaking; C4 Speaking; A2 Grammar 1; B4 Grammar 3; C4 Grammar 2;
            audience, and subject matter.                                                  A2 Review Quiz Grammar; B4 Pronunciation 1; C4 Grammar 3
      Respond to messages by asking questions, challenging statements, or offering         A5 Reading 1; A5 Reading 2; B5 Reading 1; B.5 Reading 2; C1 Reading 1; C2 Reading 2
          examples that affirm the message.                                                C3 Reading 2; C5 Reading 1; C5 Reading 2



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   LISTENING AND SPEAKING – Strategies and Applications, cont.
   EARLY ADVANCED ELD LEVEL

   Comprehension and Organization and Delivery of Oral Communication, cont.
      Use simple figurative language and idiomatic expressions (e.g., "heavy as a ton     A1 Vocabulary 1; A2 Vocabulary 1; A3; Vocabulary 1; B1 Vocabulary 1; B2 Vocabulary 1;
           of bricks," “soaking wet”) to communicate ideas to a variety of audiences.
                                                                                          B3 Vocabulary 1; A1 Review Quiz Vocabulary; A3 Review Quiz Vocabulary; B2 Review Quiz
                                                                                          Vocabulary; B3 Review Quiz Vocabulary
      Prepare and deliver presentations that use a variety of sources.                    A1 Daily Life; A3 New Situations; A5 Adjusting to new Situations; B1 Travel Inquiries;
                                                                                          B3 Likes and Dislikes; B5 Home items, technology; C1 Free time; C3 City life, well known
                                                                                          places, famous people; C5 Jobs, responsibilities, skills

LISTENING AND SPEAKING – Strategies and Applications
ADVANCED ELD LEVEL

   Comprehension
      Listen attentively to stories and information on topics; identify the main points   C3 Listening 1; Listening 2; Listening Challenge 1
            and supporting details.
      Demonstrate an understanding of figurative language and idiomatic expressions       Speaking A2; Speaking A3; Speaking A4; Speaking B1; Speaking B2; Speaking B4; Speaking
          by responding to such expressions and using them appropriately.                 C2; Speaking C3; Speaking C5
   Comprehension and Organization and Delivery of Oral Communication
      Negotiate and initiate social conversations by questioning, restating, soliciting   B2 Listening 1; B3 Listening 1; C 2 Listening 1; B2 Listening 2; B3 Listening 2; C 2 Listening 2;
          information, and paraphrasing the communication of others.                      B2 Speaking, B3 Speaking, C 2 Speaking
      Consistently use appropriate ways of speaking and writing that vary according to    A2 Speaking; B4 Speaking; C4 Speaking; A2 Grammar 1; B4 Grammar 3; C4 Grammar 2
           the purpose, audience, and subject matter.
                                                                                          A2 Review Quiz Grammar; B4 Pronunciation 1; C4 Grammar 3
      Prepare and deliver presentations and reports in various content areas, including   A1 Daily life: A2 Introducing People; A5 Adjusting to new situations; B2 Home life, roles; B3
           a purpose, point of view, introduction, coherent transition and appropriate    Likes and dislikes; B4 Schedules, lifestyles, free time; C1 Free time; C2 Small talk, families;
           conclusions.
                                                                                          C3 Events, parties, social gatherings
      Speak clearly and comprehensibly by using standard English grammatical forms,       A1 Speaking; B3 Speaking; C4 Speaking; A1 Pronunciation 1; B3 Pronunciation 2;
          sounds, intonation, pitch and modulation.
                                                                                          C4 Pronunciation 2
                                                                                          A1 Review Quiz Pronunciation; B3 Review Quiz Pronunciation; C4 Review Quiz Pronunciation



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READING – Word Analysis
BEGINNING ELD LEVEL

      Concepts about Print and Phonemic Awareness and Vocabulary and Concept Development
         Recognize and correctly pronounce most English phonemes while reading                B1 Pronunciation 1; B5 Pronunciation 2.1a-2.1c; C2 Pronunciation 1.1a-1.1c; B1 Pronunciation
           aloud.                                                                             1.1a-1.1c; B5 Pronunciation 2.2; C2 Pronunciation 1.2; B1 Pronunciation 1.2a-1.2c; B1 Review
                                                                                              Quiz Pronunciation; B5 Review Quiz Pronunciation; C.2 Review Quiz Pronunciation
      Phonemic Awareness and Decoding and Word Recognition
         Recognize most common English morphemes in phrases and simple sentences.             B4 Grammar 2.1; C4 Pronunciation 2.1a-2.1d; C5 Pronunciation 2.1a-2.1b; B4 Grammar 2.2;
                                                                                              C4 Pronunciation 2.2a-2.2b; C5 Pronunciation 2.2; B4 Review Quiz Grammar 1; C4 Review
                                                                                              Quiz Pronunciation; C5 Review Quiz Pronunciation
READING – Word Analysis
EARLY INTERMEDIATE ELD LEVEL
      Concepts about Print, Phonemic Awareness, Vocabulary and Concept Development
         Produce most English phonemes comprehensibly, while reading aloud one’s              B1 Pronunciation 1; B5 Pronunciation 2.1a-2.1c; C2 Pronunciation 1.1a-1.1c; B1 Pronunciation
              own writing, simple sentences, or simple texts.                                 1.1a-1.1c; B5 Pronunciation 2.2; C2 Pronunciation 1.2; B1 Pronunciation 1.2a-1.2c; B1 Review
                                                                                              Quiz Pronunciation; B5 Review Quiz Pronunciation; C.2 Review Quiz Pronunciation
      Decoding and Word Recognition and Vocabulary and Concept Development
         Use common English morphemes in oral and silent reading.                             B4 Grammar 2.1; C4 Pronunciation 2.1a-2.1d; C5 Pronunciation 2.1a-2.1b; B4 Grammar 2.2;
                                                                                              C4 Pronunciation 2.2a-2.2b; C5 Pronunciation 2.2; B4 Review Quiz Grammar 1; C4 Review
                                                                                              Quiz Pronunciation; C5 Review Quiz Pronunciation
         Recognize obvious cognates (e.g., education, educacion, actually, actualmente)       A1 Vocabulary 1; B4 Vocabulary 1; C5 Vocabulary 1; A1 Vocabulary 1.1; B4 Vocabulary 1.1;
             in phrases, simple sentences, literature, and content area texts.                C5 Vocabulary 1.1; A1 Review Quiz Vocabulary; B4 Review Quiz Vocabulary; C5 Review Quiz
                                                                                              Vocabulary
READING – Word Analysis
INTERMEDIATE ELD LEVEL
      Decoding and Word Recognition
         Apply knowledge of common English morphemes in oral and silent reading to            B4 Grammar 2.1; C4 Pronunciation 2.1a-2.1d; C5 Pronunciation 2.1a-2.1b; B4 Grammar 2.2;
           derive meaning from literature and texts in content areas.                         C4 Pronunciation 2.2a-2.2b; C5 Pronunciation 2.2; B4 Review Quiz Grammar 1; C4 Review
                                                                                              Quiz Pronunciation; C5 Review Quiz Pronunciation
         Identify cognates (e.g., agonia, agony) and false cognates (e.g., exito, exit) and   A1 Vocabulary 1; B4 Vocabulary 1; C5 Vocabulary 1; A1 Vocabulary 1.1; B4 Vocabulary 1.1;
            in literature and texts in content areas.                                         C5 Vocabulary 1.1; A1 Review Quiz Vocabulary; B4 Review Quiz Vocabulary;
                                                                                              C5 Review Quiz Vocabulary




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READING – Word Analysis
EARLY ADVANCED ELD LEVEL
   Phonemic Awareness and Decoding and Word Recognition (D/WR)
      Apply knowledge of word relationships, such as roots and affixes, to derive     A2 Vocabulary 1; B3 Vocabulary 1; C4 Vocabulary 1; A2 Vocabulary 1.1;
           meaning from literature and texts in content areas.                        B3 Vocabulary 1.1; C4 Vocabulary 1.1; A2 Review Quiz Vocabulary;
                                                                                      B2 Review Quiz Vocabulary; C4 Review Quiz Vocabulary
      Distinguish between cognates and false cognates in literature and texts in      A1 Vocabulary 1; B4 Vocabulary 1; C5 Vocabulary 1; A1 Vocabulary 1.1;
            content areas.                                                            B4 Vocabulary 1.1; C5 Vocabulary 1.1; A1 Review Quiz Vocabulary;
                                                                                      B4 Review Quiz Vocabulary; C5 Review Quiz Vocabulary
READING – Word Analysis
ADVANCED ELD LEVEL
   Decoding and Word Recognition
      Apply knowledge of word relationships, such as roots and affixes, to derive     A2 Vocabulary 1; B3 Vocabulary 1; C4 Vocabulary 1; A2 Vocabulary 1.1; B3 Vocabulary 1.1;
        meaning from literature and texts in content areas.                           C4 Vocabulary 1.1; A2 Review Quiz Vocabulary; B2 Review Quiz Vocabulary; C4 Review Quiz
                                                                                      Vocabulary
      Apply knowledge of cognates and false cognates to derive meaning from           A1 Vocabulary 1.1; B4 Vocabulary 1.1; C5 Vocabulary 1.1; A1 Review Quiz Vocabulary;
        literature and texts in content areas.                                        B4 Review Quiz Vocabulary; C5 Review Quiz Vocabulary; A4 Reading 1; B4 Reading 1; C5
                                                                                      Reading 1

READING – Fluency and Systematic Vocabulary Development
BEGINNING ELD LEVEL

   Vocabulary and Concept Development
      Read aloud simple words presented in literature and subject-matter texts;       A1 Reading 1; B1 Reading 1; C1 Reading 1
        demonstrate comprehension by using 1-2 words or simple-sentence               A1 Reading 2; B1 Reading 2; C1 Reading 2
        responses.                                                                    A1 Review Quiz Reading; B1 Review Quiz Reading; C1 Review Quiz Reading
      Respond with appropriate short phrases or sentences in various social and       A.4 - Speaking; A.5 - Speaking; A Test- Speaking
        academic settings (e.g., answer simple questions).                            B.4 - Speaking; B.5 - Speaking;
                                                                                      C.4 - Speaking; C.5 - Speaking;
      Create a simple dictionary of words frequently used by the student.             A3 Vocabulary 1; B1 Vocabulary 1; C4 Vocabulary 1
                                                                                      A3 Vocabulary 1.1; B1 Vocabulary 1.1; C4 Vocabulary 1.1
                                                                                      A3 Review Quiz Vocabulary; B1 Review Quiz Vocabulary; C4 Review Quiz Vocabulary
   Vocabulary and Concept Development – (The standards are also addressed in “Listening and Speaking”)
      Retell simple stories using phrases and sentences.                              A3 Listening 1 Transcripts; A4 Listening 1 Transcripts; A5 Listening 1 Transcripts
                                                                                      B2 Listening 1 Transcripts; B4 Listening 1 Transcripts; B5 Listening 1 Transcripts
                                                                                      C1 Listening 1 Transcripts; C3 Listening 1 Transcripts; C5 Listening 1 Transcripts
      Produce simple vocabulary (single words or short phrases) to communicate        A2 Speaking; A4 Speaking; A5 Speaking
           basic needs in social and academic settings (e.g., locations, greetings,   B2Speaking; B4 Speaking; B5 Speaking
           classroom objects).                                                        C2 Speaking; C4 Speaking; C5 Speaking


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READING – Fluency and Systematic Vocabulary Development
EARLY INTERMEDIATE ELD LEVEL
   Vocabulary and Concept Development
      Use knowledge of literature and content areas to understand unknown words.          A2 Reading 1; B3 Reading 1; C1 Reading 1
                                                                                          A2 Reading 2; B3 Reading 2; C1 Reading 2
                                                                                          A2 Review Quiz Reading; B3 Review Quiz Reading; C1 Review Quiz Reading
      Read simple paragraphs and passages independently.                                  A3 Reading 1; B1 Reading 1; C5 Reading 1
                                                                                          A3 Reading 2; B2 Reading 2; C5 Reading 2
                                                                                          A3 Review Quiz Reading; B2 Review Quiz Reading; C5 Review Quiz Reading
      Demonstrate internalization of English grammar, usage, and word choice by           A1 Speaking; A1 Reading 1; A1 Pronunciation 1
          recognizing and correcting some errors when speaking or reading aloud.*         B3 Speaking; B3 Reading 1
      Read aloud with appropriate pacing, intonation, and expression one’s own            B2 Pronunciation 2.1b; A4 Review Quiz Pronunciation
        writing of narrative and expository texts.                                        B2 Review Quiz Pronunciation; A4 Writing Assignment; B2 Writing Assignment
      Use a standard dictionary to find the meaning of unknown vocabulary.                Resources Longman Dictionary with: A2 Reading 1; A3 Reading 2; A5 Reading 1
                                                                                          Resources Longman Dictionary with: B2 Reading 2; B3 Reading 1; B4 Reading 1
                                                                                          Resources Longman Dictionary with: C1 Reading 2; C3 Reading 1; C5 Reading 2
READING – Fluency and Systematic Vocabulary Development
INTERMEDIATE ELD LEVEL
   Vocabulary and Concept Development
      Use a standard dictionary to determine meanings of unknown words.                   Resources Longman Dictionary with: A2 Reading 1; A3 Reading 2; A5 Reading 1: B2 Reading
                                                                                          2; B3 Reading 1; B4 Reading 1
      Use knowledge of English morphemes, phonics, and syntax to decode texts.            B4 Grammar 2.1; C4 Pronunciation 2.1a-2.1d; C5 Pronunciation 2.1a-2.1b
                                                                                          B4 Grammar 2.2; B4 Review Quiz Grammar 1
      Recognize simple idioms, analogies, figures of speech, (e.g., to take a fall) and   A1 Reading 1; A2 Reading 1; A3; Reading 1; B2 Review Quiz Reading;
          metaphors in literature and texts in content areas.                             B3 Review Quiz Reading
      Demonstrate internalization of English grammar, usage, and word choice by           B3 Pronunciation 1; C5 Speaking; C5 Reading 1; C5 Pronunciation 1
          recognizing and correcting errors when speaking or reading aloud.*
   Vocabulary and Concept Development (The standards are also addressed in “Listening and Speaking”)
      Use decoding skills and knowledge of both academic and social vocabulary to         A2 Vocabulary 1; B1 Vocabulary 1; C3 Vocabulary 1; A2 Vocabulary 1.1
        read independently.
   Vocabulary and Concept Development and Decoding and Word Recognition
      Recognize that some words have multiple meanings.                                   A2 Vocabulary 1; B3 Vocabulary 1; C3 Vocabulary 1; A2 Vocabulary 1.1; B3 Vocabulary 1.1;
                                                                                          B3 Reading 1




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 READING – Fluency and Systematic Vocabulary Development
 EARLY ADVANCED ELD LEVEL
      Vocabulary and Concept Development
          Use knowledge of English morphemes, phonics, and syntax to decode and                         C4 Pronunciation 2.2a-2.2b; C5 Pronunciation 2.2; C4 Review Quiz Pronunciation;
               interpret the meaning of unfamiliar words.                                               C5 Review Quiz Pronunciation
          Recognize that some words sometimes have multiple meanings and apply this                     C3 Vocabulary 1; C3 Vocabulary 1.1; C3 Reading 1
              knowledge to read literature and texts in content areas.
          Use a standard dictionary to determine meanings of unknown words (e.g.,                       Resources Longman Dictionary with: C1 Reading 2; C3 Reading 1; C5 Reading 2
               idioms and words with multiple meanings).
          Use decoding skills and knowledge of academic and social vocabulary to                        B1 Vocabulary 1.1; C3 Vocabulary 1.1; A2 Reading 1; B1 Reading 1; C3 Reading 1
            achieve independent reading.
          Recognize idioms, analogies and metaphors used in literature and texts in                     B1 Reading 1; B2 Reading 1; B3 Reading 1; A1 Review Quiz Reading; A3 Review Quiz Reading
            content areas.
          Read aloud with appropriate pacing, intonation, and expression increasingly                   A4 Pronunciation 1.1; C5 Review Quiz Pronunciation; C5 Reading 1; C5 Review Quiz 1
            complex narrative and expository texts.
 READING – Fluency and Systematic Vocabulary Development
 ADVANCED ELD LEVEL
      Vocabulary and Concept Development
          Recognize that some words have multiple meanings and apply this knowledge                     C3 Vocabulary 1; C3 Vocabulary 1.1; C3 Reading 1
            consistently in literature and texts in content areas.
          Apply knowledge of academic and social vocabulary to achieve independent                      A2 Vocabulary 1; B1 Vocabulary 1; C3 Vocabulary 1; A2 Vocabulary 1.1
            reading.
          Use common idioms and some analogies (e.g., "shine like a star," "let the cat out             A1 Reading 1; A2 Reading 1; A3; Reading 1
            of the bag") and metaphors.                                                                 B1 Reading 1; B2 Reading 1; B3 Reading 1
                                                                                                        A1 Review Quiz Reading; A3 Review Quiz Reading; B2 Review Quiz Reading; B3 Review Quiz
                                                                                                        Reading
          Use a standard dictionary to determine the meaning of unknown words.                          Resources Longman Dictionary with: A2 Reading 1; A3 Reading 2; A5 Reading 1
                                                                                                        Resources Longman Dictionary with: B2 Reading 2; B3 Reading 1; B4 Reading 1
                                                                                                        Resources Longman Dictionary with: C1 Reading 2; C3 Reading 1; C5 Reading 2
* Teachers are to monitor ELLs' acquisition of English and to provide correction so that kindergarten children working at the Advanced ELD proficiency level and students in all other grades working at the Early
Advanced proficiency level will have internalized English language skills to such a degree that the teacher will often observe the students correcting their own grammar, usage, and word choices in speaking,
reading, and writing.




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READING – Reading Comprehension
BEGINNING ELD LEVEL

  Comprehension
     Read simple text and orally respond to factual comprehension questions by              A5 Reading 1; A5 Reading 2: A5 Review Quiz Reading
         using key words or phrases.
                                                                                            B3 Reading 1; B3 Reading 2: B3 Review Quiz Reading
                                                                                            C4 Reading 1; C4 Reading 2: C4 Review Quiz Reading
     Understand and follow simple multiple-step oral directions for classroom or work-      A1 Listening Challenge 1; A1 Listening Challenge 2; A1 Writing Exercises
         related activities.
                                                                                            B2 Listening Challenge 1; B2 Listening Challenge 2; B2 Writing Exercises
                                                                                            C3 Listening Challenge 1; C3 Listening Challenge 2; C3 Writing Exercises
  Comprehension and Analysis of Grade-Level-Appropriate Text
     Recognize categories of common informational materials (e.g., newspaper,               B3 Vocabulary 1; B3 Vocabulary 1.1; B3 Reading 1
         brochure).
     Orally identify using key words or phrases, the main ideas and some details of         A2 Reading 1; A2 Reading 2; A2 Review Quiz Reading
           familiar texts.
                                                                                            B2 Reading 1; B2 Reading 2; B2 Review Quiz Reading
                                                                                            C2 Reading 1; C2 Reading 2; C2 Review Quiz Reading
     Point out text features, such as the title, table of contents, and chapter headings.   Course Home; Course Outline; Course Overview; A2 Unit Home;
                                                                                            A2 Unit Home; Longman Dictionary; Glossary
                                                                                            B2 Reading; B4 Unit Home; Test LEI Module C
  Structural Features of Informational Materials
     Use pictures, lists, charts, and tables found in informational materials,              B2 Listening 1 Transcripts; B4 Listening 1 Transcripts; B5 Listening 1 Transcripts
          newspapers, and magazines to identify the factual components of
          compare-and-contrast patterns.
  Comprehension and Analysis of Grade-Level-Appropriate Text and Expository Critique
     Orally identify examples of fact and opinion and cause and effect in simple texts.     C2 Small talk, families; C4 Events, parties, social gatherings; C5 Jobs, responsibilities, skills




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READING – Reading Comprehension
EARLY INTERMEDIATE ELD LEVEL
  Comprehension
     Read and orally respond to simple literary texts and texts in content areas by        A5 Reading 1; A5 Reading 2; A5 Review Quiz Reading; B3 Reading 1; B3 Reading 2;
       using simple sentences to answer factual comprehension questions.                   B3 Review Quiz Reading; C4 Reading 1; C4 Reading 2: C4 Review Quiz Reading
     Identify and follow some multiple-step directions for using simple mechanical         A1 Listening Challenge 1; A1 Listening Challenge 2; A1 Writing Exercises; B2 Listening
        devices and filling out basic forms.                                               Challenge 1; B2 Listening Challenge 2; B2 Writing Exercises; C3 Listening Challenge 1;
                                                                                           C3 Listening Challenge 2; C3 Writing Exercises
  Comprehension and Analysis of Grade-Level-Appropriate Text
     Identify and orally explain categories of familiar informational materials by using   A3 Reading 1; B4 Reading 2; B5 Reading 1; B5 Review Quiz Reading
           simple sentences.
     Read text and orally identify the main ideas and details of informational             A3 Reading 2; B4 Reading 2; B5 Reading 2
         materials, literary text, and text in content areas using simple sentences.       A3 Review Quiz Reading; B4 Review Quiz Reading
  Comprehension and Analysis of Grade-Level-Appropriate Text and Expository Critique
     Read and orally identify examples of fact and opinion and cause and effect in         B2 Reading 1; B2 Reading 2; B2 Review Quiz Reading
         written texts using simple sentences.
  Structural Features of Informational Materials
     Orally identify the factual components of simple informational materials by using     C1 Reading 1; C1 Reading 2; C1 Review Quiz Reading
           key words or phrases.
READING – Reading Comprehension
INTERMEDIATE ELD LEVEL
  Comprehension and Analysis of Grade-Level-Appropriate Text
     Read literature and respond orally to it by answering in detailed sentences           B3 Review Quiz Reading; C4 Reading 1; C4 Reading 2: C4 Review Quiz Reading
         factual comprehension questions.
     Read text and use detailed sentences to explain orally the main ideas and             A1 Reading 1; A1 Reading 2; A1 Review Quiz Reading
         details of informational text, literary text, and text in content areas.
  Comprehension
     Understand and orally explain most multiple-step directions for using a simple        A2 Grammar 1; A4 Grammar 1; C5 Grammar 1; A2 Grammar 1; A4 Grammar 2; C5 Grammar 2
         mechanical device and filling out simple applications.                            A2 Writing; A4 Writing; C5 Writing
  Structural Features of Informational Materials
     Identify and use detailed sentences to explain orally the differences among           A4 Grammar 1; C2 Grammar 1; C3 Grammar 1-1.2; A4 Reading 1
           some categories of informational materials.
     Understand and orally identify the features and elements of common consumer           A4 Grammar 3-3.2; C2 Grammar 3-3.2; C3 Grammar 3-3.2; C2 Reading 1; C3 Reading 1
         (e.g., warranties, contracts, manuals) and informational materials (e.g.,
         magazines and books).

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READING – Reading Comprehension
EARLY ADVANCED ELD LEVEL

  Comprehension and Analysis of Grade-Level-Appropriate Text
     Identify and explain the main ideas and critical details of informational materials,   A2 Vocabulary 1; A2 Vocabulary 1.1; C3 Reading 1
           literary texts, and texts in content areas.
  Structural Features of Informational Materials
     Identify and explain the differences between various categories of informational       B3 Vocabulary 1; B3 Vocabulary 1.1; B3 Reading 1
           materials (e.g., textbooks, newspapers, instructional materials).
     Analyze a variety of rhetorical styles found in consumer (e.g., warranties,            C3 Vocabulary 1; C3 Vocabulary 1.1; C3 Reading 1
          contracts, manuals) and informational materials (e.g., newspapers,
          magazines, and textbooks).

READING – Reading Comprehension
ADVANCED ELD LEVEL

  Comprehension and Analysis of Grade-Level-Appropriate Text
     Identify and explain the main ideas and critical details of informational materials,   A4 Reading 1; C2 Reading 1; C3 Reading 1
        literary text, and text in content areas.
  Comprehension and Analysis of Grade-Level-Appropriate Text and Expository Critique
     Analyze a variety of rhetorical styles, found in consumer (e.g., warranties,           C3 Vocabulary 1.1; C3 Reading 1; B3 Reading 1; C3 Reading 1
          contracts) and informational materials (e.g., newspapers, magazines,
          signs, textbooks).
  Structural Features of Informational Materials
     Identify and analyze the differences between various categories of informational       A2 Vocabulary 1; B3 Vocabulary 1; C3 Vocabulary 1; A2 Vocabulary 1.1; B3 Vocabulary 1.1
           materials (e.g., textbooks, newspapers, instructional manuals, signs).




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READING – Literary Response and Analysis
BEGINNING ELD LEVEL

   Narrative Analysis of Grade-Level-Appropriate Text
   (The standards are also addressed in “Reading Comprehension”)
      Respond orally in one or two words to factual comprehension questions about           B3 Review Quiz Reading; C4 Reading 1; C4 Reading 2: C4 Review Quiz Reading
          simple literary texts.
      Identify orally different characters and settings in simple literary texts by using   A1 Listening Transcript 1; A2 Listening Transcript 1; A3 Listening Transcript 1
            words or phrases.
                                                                                            B1 Listening Transcript 1; B3 Listening Transcript 1; B5 Listening Transcript 1
                                                                                            C3 Listening Transcript 1; C4 Listening Transcript 1; C5 Listening Transcript 1
      Role-play a character from a familiar piece of literature by using words and          A.4 Speaking; A.5 Speaking; B4 Speaking; B5 Speaking; C4 - Speaking; C5 Speaking
        phrases.
      Create pictures, lists, charts, and tables to identify the sequence of events in      C2 Listening 1 Transcripts; C4 Listening 1 Transcripts; C5 Listening 1 Transcripts
        simple literary texts.
   Structural Features of Literature
      Create pictures, lists and charts to orally identify the characteristics of three     A2 Listening 1 Transcripts; A4 Listening 1 Transcripts; B5 Listening 1 Transcripts;
           different forms of literature: fiction, nonfiction and poetry.
                                                                                            C1 Listening 1 Transcripts; C4 Listening 1 Transcripts; B5 Listening 1 Transcripts
   Narrative Analysis of Grade-Level-Appropriate Text
   (The standards are also addressed in “Reading Comprehension”)
      Recite simple poems.                                                                  Students can recite the transcripts, then teacher can supplement with poems.
                                                                                            A2 Listening 1 Transcripts; A4 Listening 1 Transcripts; A5 Listening 1 Transcripts; Students can
                                                                                            recite the transcripts, and then teacher can supplement with poems. B1 Listening 1 Transcripts;
                                                                                            B2 Listening 1 Transcripts; B3 Listening 1 Transcripts




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READING – Literary Response and Analysis
EARLY INTERMEDIATE ELD LEVEL
   Narrative Analysis of Grade-Level-Appropriate Text
   (The standards are also addressed in “Reading Comprehension”)
      Respond orally to factual comprehension questions about brief literary texts by       A5 Reading 1; A5 Reading 2: A5 Review Quiz Reading; B3 Reading 1; B3 Reading 2
        answering in simple sentences.
      Read literary texts and orally identify the main events of the plot by using simple   A4 Reading 1, B3 Reading 1, C4 Reading 1; A4 Reading 2, B3 Reading 2, C4 Reading 2;
        sentences.                                                                          A4 Review Quiz Reading; B3 Review Quiz Reading; C4 Review Quiz Reading
      Read a selection and orally identify the speaker or narrator.                         A2 Reading 1; A3 Reading 1; A5 Reading 1; B2 Reading 1; B3 Reading 1; B4 Reading 1;
                                                                                            C1 Reading 1; C4 Reading 1; C5 Reading 1
      Identify the difference in points of view between first person and third person by    A1 Writing; A4 Writing; A5 Writing; B2 Writing; B5 Writing;
         using simple sentences.
   Structural Features of Literature
      Distinguish orally the characteristics of different forms of fiction and poetry by    A3 Listening 1 Transcripts; A4 Listening 1 Transcripts; A5 Listening 1 Transcripts
            using simple sentences.                                                         B2 Listening 1 Transcripts; B4 Listening 1 Transcripts; B5 Listening 1 Transcripts
                                                                                            C1 Listening 1 Transcripts; C3 Listening 1 Transcripts; C5 Listening 1 Transcripts
   Narrative Analysis of Grade-Level-Appropriate Text and Literary Criticism
      Describe orally in simple sentences a character in a brief literary text by           C1 Listening 1 Transcripts; C3 Listening 1 Transcripts; C5 Listening 1 Transcripts
           identifying the thoughts and actions of the character.
READING – Literary Response and Analysis
INTERMEDIATE ELD LEVEL
   Narrative Analysis of Grade-Level-Appropriate Text
   (The standards are also addressed in “Word Analysis, Fluency, and Systematic Vocabulary Development”)
      Use expanded vocabulary and descriptive words and paraphrasing oral and               A3 Vocabulary 1; B5 Vocabulary 1; C4 Vocabulary 1
        written responses to texts.                                                         A3 Vocabulary 1.1; B5 Vocabulary 1.1; C4 Vocabulary 1.1
                                                                                            A3 Reading 1, 2; B5 Reading 1, 2; C4 Reading 1, 2
   Narrative Analysis of Grade-Level-Appropriate Text
   (The standards are also addressed in “Reading Comprehension”)
      Read text and use detailed sentences to respond orally to factual                     A5 Reading 1; A5 Reading 2: A5 Review Quiz Reading; B3 Reading 1; B3 Reading 2: B3
        comprehension questions about three forms of brief prose (e.g., short story,        Review Quiz Reading; C4 Reading 1; C4 Reading 2: C4 Review Quiz Reading
        novel, essay).
      Apply knowledge of language to analyze and derive meaning from literary texts         A2 Vocabulary 1; B3 Vocabulary 1; C3 Vocabulary 1; A2 Vocabulary 1.1; B3 Vocabulary 1.1; C3
           and comprehend them.                                                             Vocabulary 1.1; C3 Reading 1; B3 Reading 1; C3 Reading 1
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READING – Literary Response and Analysis
EARLY ADVANCED ELD LEVEL
   Structural Features of Literature
      Identify literary devices, such as narrative voice, symbolism, dialect, and irony.     A3 Listening Transcript 1; A4 Listening Transcript 1; A5 Listening Transcript 1
                                                                                             B1 Listening Transcript 1; B3 Listening Transcript 1; B5 Listening Transcript 1
                                                                                             C3 Listening Transcript 1; C4 Listening Transcript 1; C5 Listening Transcript 1
      Describe orally the major characteristics of several forms of poetry using detailed    Students can look the transcripts, then teacher can supplement. A1 Listening 1 Transcripts; A5
        sentences.                                                                           Listening 1 Transcripts; B3 Listening 1 Transcripts
   Narrative Analysis of Grade-Level-Appropriate Text and Literary Criticism
      Describe the author's point of view in literary text by using detailed sentences.      A1 Writing; A4 Writing; A5 Writing; B2 Writing; B5 Writing;
      Compare and contrast a similar theme across several genres using detailed              B1 Travel Inquiries; B3 Likes and Dislikes; B5 Home items, technology
        sentences.
      Describe orally and in writing a similar theme or topic by using detailed              A5 Adjusting to new Situations; B1 Travel Inquiries; B3 Likes and Dislikes
        sentences.
      Read a literary selection and orally explain the literary elements of plot, setting,   B3 Reading 2, C4 Reading 2; A4 Review Quiz Reading
          and characters by using detailed sentences.
      Describe the major characteristics of several forms of fiction and poetry: short       Students can look the transcripts, then teacher can supplement. C2 Listening 1 Transcripts; C3
           story, essay, novel, ballad, lyric, epic.                                         Listening 1 Transcripts; C4 Listening 1 Transcripts
READING – Literary Response and Analysis
ADVANCED ELD LEVEL
   Structural Features of Literature
      Analyze the setting (place, time, customs) and its influence on the meaning and        A4 Reading 1, B3 Reading 1, C Reading 1; A4 Reading 2; B3 Review Quiz Reading;
           conflict of a literary text.                                                      C4 Review Quiz Reading
   Narrative Analysis of Grade-Level-Appropriate Text and Literary Criticism
      Identify and describe several literary elements and techniques in literary texts       A3 Listening Transcript 1; B2 Listening Transcript 1; B3 Listening Transcript 1;
            (e.g., figurative language, imagery and symbolism).                              B5 Listening Transcript 1
      Compare and contrast a similar theme or topic across genres and explain how            A1 Daily Life; A3 New Situations; A5 Adjusting to new Situations
          the genre shapes the theme or topic.
      Analyze recurring themes across literary works (e.g., good and evil, loyalty and       A3 New situations; A4 Problems at work; A5 Adjusting to new situations; B3 Likes and dislikes;
           betrayal).                                                                        B4 Schedules, lifestyles, free time; B5 Home items, technology; C3 City life, well-known places,
                                                                                             famous people; C4 Events, parties, social gatherings; C5 Jobs, responsibilities, skills
      Compare and contrast the motivation and reactions of characters across a               B5 Home items, technology; C2 Small talk, families; C4 Events, parties, social gatherings; C5
          variety of literary texts.                                                         Jobs, responsibilities, skills
      Analyze the elements of a plot, including its development and the way conflicts        A1 Listening Transcript 1; A2 Listening Transcript 1;
           are addressed and resolved.                                                       C2 Listening Transcript 1; C3 Listening Transcript 1; C4 listening Transcript 1


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WRITING – Strategies and Applications
BEGINNING ELD LEVEL

   Penmanship and Organization and Focus
      Organize and record information from selected literature and content areas by       A3 Listening 1 Transcripts; A4 Listening 1 Transcripts; A5 Listening 1 Transcripts
        displaying it on pictures, lists, charts, and tables.                             C1 Listening 1 Transcripts; C3 Listening 1 Transcripts; C5 Listening 1 Transcripts
   Organization and Focus
      Create simple sentences or phrases with some assistance.                            A2 Grammar 1; A3 Grammar 1; A5 Grammar 1; A2 Grammar 2; A3 Grammar 2; A5 Grammar 2
                                                                                          A2 Writing; A3 Writing; A5 Writing
      Write a brief narrative by using a few simple sentences that include the setting    B2 Grammar 1; B3 Grammar 1; B4 Grammar 1; B2 Grammar 2; B3 Grammar 2; B4 Grammar 2
        and some details.                                                                 B2 Writing; B3 Writing; B4 Writing
      Use the writing process to write brief narratives with a few standard grammatical   C1 Grammar 1; C2 Grammar 1; C5 Grammar 1; C1 Grammar 2; C2 Grammar 2; C5 Grammar 2
        forms.                                                                            C1 Writing, C2 Writing; C5 Writing
      Write simple compositions, such as descriptions and comparisons and contrast        A1 Daily Life; A3 New Situations; A5 Adjusting to new Situations; B1 Travel Inquiries; B3 Likes
        that have a main idea and some detail.                                            and Dislikes; B5 Home items, technology; C2 Small talk, families; C4 Events, parties, social
                                                                                          gatherings; C5 Jobs, responsibilities, skills
      Complete basic business forms in which information such as one’s name,              A2 Grammar 1; A4 Grammar 1; C5 Grammar 1; A2 Grammar 1; A4 Grammar 2; C5 Grammar 2
        address, and telephone number is requested.                                       A2 Writing; A4 Writing; C5 Writing

WRITING – Strategies and Applications
EARLY INTERMEDIATE ELD LEVEL
   Organization and Focus
      Write simple sentences of brief responses to selected literature to show factual    A1 Reading 1; A2 Reading 1; A3; Reading 1; B1 Reading 2; B2 Reading 2; B3 Reading 2
        understanding of the text.                                                        C1 Review Quiz Reading; C3 Review Quiz Reading; C4 Review Quiz Reading
      Use common verbs, nouns, and high-frequency modifiers in writing simple             Grammar Reference Verbs, nouns and modifiers;
        sentences.                                                                        A3 Grammar 3; A5 Grammar 1; B5 Grammar 3
                                                                                          A3 Writing; A5 Writing; B5 Writing
      Create a draft of a paragraph by following an outline.                              A2 Grammar 1; A4 Grammar 1; C5 Grammar 1
                                                                                          A2 Grammar 1; A4 Grammar 2; C5 Grammar 2
                                                                                          A2 Writing; A4 Writing; C5 Writing
      Write an increasing number of words and simple sentences appropriate for            B2 Vocabulary 1; B5 Vocabulary 1; C1 Vocabulary 1
        language arts and other content areas (e.g., math, science, history-social        B2 Vocabulary 2; B5 Vocabulary 2; C1 Vocabulary 2
        science).                                                                         B2 Writing; B5 Writing; C1 Writing
      Write expository compositions, such as descriptions, compare and contrast, and      A2 Reading 1; A2 Review Quiz Reading; A2 Writing
        problem and solution that include a main idea and some details in simple          B2 Reading 1; B2 Review Quiz Reading; B2 Writing
        sentences.                                                                        C2 Reading 1; C2 Review Quiz Reading; C2 Writing
      Collect information from a various sources (e.g., dictionary, library books,        Resources Longman Dictionary with: A2 Reading 1; A3 Reading 2; A5 Reading 1
        research materials) and take notes on a given topic.                              Resources Longman Dictionary with: B2 Reading 2; B3 Reading 1; B4 Reading 1
                                                                                          Resources Longman Dictionary with: C1 Reading 2; C3 Reading 1; C5 Reading 2

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   WRITING – Strategies and Applications, cont.
   EARLY INTERMEDIATE ELD LEVEL
   Organization and Focus, Evaluation and Revision
      Proceed through the writing process to write short paragraphs that contain             A5 Reading 1; B3 Reading 1; C2 Reading 1
           supporting details about a given topic. There may be some inconsistent            A5 Grammar 1; B3 Grammar 2; C2 Grammar 3
           use of standard grammatical forms.                                                A5 Writing; B3 Writing; C2 Writing
   Organization and Focus, Research and Technology
      Complete simple informational documents related to career development (e.g.,           A2 Grammar 1; A4 Grammar 1; C5 Grammar 1
          bank forms and job applications).                                                  A2 Grammar 1; A4 Grammar 2; C5 Grammar 2
                                                                                             A2 Writing; A4 Writing; C5 Writing
WRITING – Strategies and Applications
INTERMEDIATE ELD LEVEL
   Organization and Focus
      Narrate a sequence of events and communicate their significance to the                 A3 Listening 1 Transcripts; A4 Listening 1 Transcripts; A5 Listening 1 Transcripts
        audience.                                                                            B2 Listening 1 Transcripts; B4 Listening 1 Transcripts; B5 Listening 1 Transcripts
                                                                                             C1 Listening 1 Transcripts; C3 Listening 1 Transcripts; C5 Listening 1 Transcripts
      Write brief expository compositions (e.g., description, comparison and contrast,       A4 Grammar 1; C1 Grammar 1; C3 Grammar 1;
           cause and effect, and problem and solution) that include a thesis and some        A4 Reading 1; C1 Reading; C3 Reading 1
           points of support.                                                                A4 Research; C1 Research; C3 Research
      Develop a clear purpose in a short essay by appropriately using the rhetorical         A3 Reading 1; B4 Reading 2; B5 Reading 1; A3 Reading 2; B4 Reading 2; B5 Reading 2
           devices of quotations and facts.                                                  A3 Review Quiz Reading; B4 Review Quiz Reading; B5 Review Quiz Reading
      Write responses to selected literature that exhibit understanding of the text,         A1 Vocabulary 1; B4 Vocabulary 1; C5 Vocabulary 1; A1 Vocabulary 1.1; B4 Vocabulary 1.1; C5
           using detailed sentences and transitions.                                         Vocabulary 1.1; A1 Reading 1, 2; A2 Reading 1, 2; C2 Reading 1, 2
      Use more complex vocabulary and sentences appropriate for language arts and            B2 Vocabulary 1; B5 Vocabulary 1; C1 Vocabulary 1; B2 Vocabulary 2; B5 Vocabulary 2; C1
           other content areas (e.g., math, science, history-social science).                Vocabulary 2; B2 Writing; B5 Writing; C1 Writing
      Write documents related to career development (e.g., business letter, job              A2 Grammar 1; A4 Grammar 1; C5 Grammar 1; A2 Grammar 1; A4 Grammar 2; C5 Grammar 2
        applications).                                                                       A2 Writing; A4 Writing; C5 Writing
      Use complex sentences in writing brief fictional biographies and short stories         A3 Listening 1 Transcripts; C1 Listening 1 Transcripts; C2 Listening 1 Transcripts
        that include a sequence of events and supporting details.                            A3 Reading 1; C1 Reading 1; C2 Reading 1;A3 Writing; C1 Writing; C2 Writing
   Organization and Focus, Research and Technology
      Use basic strategies of note taking, outlining, and the writing process to structure   A3 New situations; A4 Problems at work; A5 Adjusting to new situations
        drafts of simple essays, with consistent use of standard grammatical forms.          A3 Grammar; A4 Grammar; A5 Grammar
        (Some rules may not be followed.)                                                    A3 Writing; A4 Writing; A5 Writing
      Investigate and research a topic in a content area and develop a brief essay or        A1 Research; A4 Research; A6 Research; B1 Research; B4 Research; C1 Research
         report that includes source citations.                                              C2 Research; C3 Research; C5 Research



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WRITING – Strategies and Applications
EARLY ADVANCED ELD LEVEL

   Organization and Focus
      Write in different genres (e.g., short stories and narratives). Including coherent     A3 New situations; A4 Problems at work; A5 Adjusting to new situations
           plot development, characterization, and setting.
                                                                                             B3 Likes and dislikes; B4 Schedules, lifestyles, free time; B5 Home items, technology
                                                                                             C3 City life, well-known places, famous people; C4 Events, parties, social gatherings;
                                                                                             C5 Jobs, responsibilities, skills
      Develop a clear thesis and support it by using analogies, quotations, and facts        A3 Grammar 1-2.2; B3 Grammar1-3.2; B4 Grammar1-3.2
           appropriately.
                                                                                             A3 Writing; B3 Writing; B4 Writing
                                                                                             A3 Research; B3 Research; B4 Research
      Write responses to selected literature that develop interpretations, exhibit careful   Reading 1; A1 Reading 2; A1 Review Quiz Reading; B3 Reading 1
           reading, and cite specific parts of the text.
      Use appropriate language variations and genres in writing for language arts and        A1 Writing; A3 Writing; A5 Writing; B2 Writing
           other content areas.
      Write pieces related to career development (e.g., business letter, job                 A2 Grammar 1; A4 Grammar 1; C5 Grammar 1
           applications, letter of inquiry).
                                                                                             A2 Grammar 1; A4 Grammar 2; C5 Grammar 2
                                                                                             A2 Writing; A4 Writing; C5 Writing
   Organization and Focus, Evaluation and Revision
      Write persuasive and expository compositions that include a clear thesis,              A3 Reading 1; A5 Reading 1; B1 Reading 1
           describe organized points of support, and address a counter-argument.
      Write detailed fictional biographies or autobiographies.                               A5 Describing people and things; B2 Home life, roles
                                                                                             C2 Families; C3 Famous People
   Organization and Focus, Research and Technology, Evaluation and Revision
      Use strategies of note taking, outlining, and summarizing to structure drafts of       A3 New situations; A4 Problems at work; A5 Adjusting to new situations;
           clear, coherent, and focused essays with consistent use of standard
                                                                                             A3 Grammar; A4 Grammar; A5 Grammar; A3 Writing; A4 Writing; A5 Writing
           grammatical forms.
   Organization and Focus, Research and Technology
      Write an essay or report that balances information, has original ideas, and gives      A1 Research; A4 Research; A6 Research
           credit to sources in a bibliography. Use appropriate tone and voice for the
                                                                                             B1 Research; B4 Research; C1 Research
           purpose, audience, and subject matter.
                                                                                             C2 Research; C3 Research; C5 Research

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WRITING – Strategies and Applications
ADVANCED ELD LEVEL

   Organization and Focus
      Write persuasive and expository compositions that include a clear thesis,              B1 Reading 1
           describe organized points of support, and address counter-arguments.
                                                                                             A3 Writing; A5 Writing; B1 Writing
      Produce writing by using various elements of discourse (e.g., purpose, speaker,        A1 Listening 1 Transcripts; A4 Listening 1 Transcripts; A5 Listening 1 Transcripts
           audience, form) in narrative, expository, persuasive, informational, and/or
                                                                                             B2 Listening 1 Transcripts; B3 Listening 1 Transcripts; B4 Listening 1 Transcripts
           descriptive writing.
                                                                                             C1 Listening 1 Transcripts; C2; Listening 1 Transcripts; C5 Listening 1 Transcripts
      Use appropriate language variations and genres in writing for language arts and        B4 Writing; C1 Writing; C3 Writing; C4 Writing; C5 Writing
           other content areas.
      Write pieces related to career development (e.g., business letter, job application,    A2 Grammar 1; A4 Grammar 1; C5 Grammar 1
           letter of inquiry, memorandum).
                                                                                             A2 Grammar 1; A4 Grammar 2; C5 Grammar 2
                                                                                             A2 Writing; A4 Writing; C5 Writing
   Organization and Focus, Evaluation and Revision
      Write responses to literature that develop interpretations, exhibit careful reading,   A1 B3 Reading 2; B3 Review Quiz Reading; C2 Reading 1; C2 Reading 2;
           and cite specific parts of the text.
                                                                                             C2 Review Quiz Reading
      Develop a clear thesis and use various rhetorical devices (e.g., analogies,            A3 Grammar 1-2.2; B3 Grammar1-3.2; B4 Grammar1-3.2
           quotations, facts, statistics, and comparison) to support it.
                                                                                             A3 Writing; B3 Writing; B4 Writing
                                                                                             A3 Research; B3 Research; B4 Research
   Organization and Focus, Research and Technology
      Use strategies of note taking, outlining, and summarizing to structure drafts of       A3 New situations; A4 Problems at work; A5 Adjusting to new situations
           clear, coherent, and focused essays by using standard grammatical forms.
                                                                                             A3 Grammar; A4 Grammar; A5 Grammar
                                                                                             A3 Writing; A4 Writing; A5 Writing
      Write documents (e.g., fictional biographies, autobiographies, short stories, and      A2 New situations; A5 Adjusting to new situations; B2 Home life roles
           narratives) that include coherent plot development, characterization,
                                                                                             B3 Likes and dislikes; B4 Schedules, lifestyles, free time
           setting, and a variety of literary strategies (e.g., dialogue, suspense).
      Use various methods of investigation and research to develop an essay or report        B5 Home items, technology; C2 Small talk, families; C4 Events, parties, social gatherings;
           that balances information and original ideas, including a bibliography.
                                                                                             C5 Jobs, responsibilities, skills




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WRITING– English-Language Conventions
BEGINNING ELD LEVEL

   Punctuation
      Edit one’s own work and correct the punctuation.                                        A2 Writing; A3 Writing; A5 Writing
                                                                                              B1 Writing; B3 Writing; B4 Writing
                                                                                              C2 Writing; C3 Writing; C5 Writing
   Sentence Structure, Grammar, Punctuation, Capitalization, Spelling
      Identify basic vocabulary, mechanics, and structures in a piece of writing.             B2 Vocabulary; B5 Vocabulary; C1 Vocabulary
                                                                                              B2 Grammar; B5 Grammar; C1 Grammar
                                                                                              B2 Reading; B5 Reading; C1 Reading
      Revise one’s writing for proper use of final punctuation, capitalization, and           A1 Writing; A4 Writing; A5 Writing
        correct spelling.                                                                     B2 Writing; B5 Writing; C1 Writing
                                                                                              C1 Writing, C3 Writing; C5 Writing
WRITING – English-Language Conventions
EARLY INTERMEDIATE ELD LEVEL
   Punctuation, Capitalization, and Spelling
      Edit writing for basic conventions (e.g., punctuation, capitalization, and spelling).   A2 Vocabulary; B3 Vocabulary; C5 Vocabulary
                                                                                              B1 Writing; B3 Writing; B4 Writing
                                                                                              C2 Writing; C3 Writing; C5 Writing
   Sentence Structure, Grammar, Punctuation, and Capitalization
      Revise writing, with teacher assistance, to clarify meaning and improve the             Writing A1; Writing A2; Writing A5
        mechanics and organization.                                                           Writing B2; Writing B3; Writing B4
                                                                                              Writing C2; Writing C3; Writing C4
      Use clauses, phrases, and mechanics of writing with consistent variations in            Grammar Reference: Overview of Conjunctions; Coordinating Conjunctions; Subordinating
        grammatical forms.                                                                    Conjunctions; More Subordinating Conjunctions; Writing A3; Writing A5; Writing C2; Writing C3;
                                                                                              Writing C4; Writing C5
WRITING – English-Language Conventions
INTERMEDIATE ELD LEVEL
   Sentence Structure, Grammar, and Spelling
      Revise writing for appropriate word choice and organization with variation in           A5 Grammar 1-3.2; A5 Vocabulary; B2 Grammar 1-3.2; B2 Vocabulary
           grammatical forms and spelling.                                                    Grammar Reference (General Resource); A5 Writing; B2 Writing
                                                                                              B5 Writing; C3 Writing; C5 Writing
   Sentence Structure, Grammar, Punctuation, Capitalization, and Spelling
      Edit and correct basic grammatical structures and usage of the conventions of           A1 Writing; A4 Writing; A5 Writing
        writing.                                                                              B2 Writing; B5 Writing; C1 Writing
                                                                                              C1 Writing, C3 Writing; C5 Writing


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WRITING – English-Language Conventions
EARLY ADVANCED ELD LEVEL

   Capitalization, Punctuation, and Spelling
      Create coherent paragraphs through effective transitions.                          Grammar Reference; Conjunctions and Other Connecting Words
                                                                                         Writing A2; Writing A3; Writing B2
                                                                                         Writing C1; Writing C2; Writing C5
   Sentence Structure, Grammar, and Spelling
      Revise writing for appropriate word choice, organization, consistent point of      A2 Writing; A3 Writing; A5 Writing
           view, and transitions, with some variation in grammatical forms and
                                                                                         B2 Writing; B3 Writing; B4 Writing
           spelling.
                                                                                         C1 Writing, C2 Writing; C3 Writing
   Punctuation, Capitalization, and Spelling
      Edit writing for grammatical structures and the mechanics of writing.              A1 Grammar 2; A4 Grammar 3; A5 Grammar 2
                                                                                         B2 Writing; B5 Writing; C1 Writing
                                                                                         C2 Writing, C4 Writing; C5 Writing

WRITING – English-Language Conventions
ADVANCED ELD LEVEL

   Sentence Structure and Grammar
      Revise writing for appropriate word choice and organization, consistent point of   C1 Writing
        view, and transitions, using approximately standard grammatical forms and
                                                                                         C1 Writing, C3 Writing; C5 Writing
        spelling.
   Grammar
      Create coherent paragraphs through effective transitions and parallel              Grammar Reference; Conjunctions and Other Connecting Words
        constructions.
                                                                                         Writing A2; Writing A3; Writing B2
                                                                                         Writing C1; Writing C2; Writing C5
   Capitalization, Punctuation, Spelling
      Edit writing for the mechanics to approximate standard grammatical forms.          A5 Grammar 1-3.2; B2 Grammar 1-3.2; C3 Grammar 1-3.2
                                                                                         Grammar Reference (General Resource); A5 Writing; B2 Writing
                                                                                         B5 Writing; C3 Writing; C5 Writing


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