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ELD 4

ANNOUNCEMENT: THE CELDT IS COMING IN JUST A FEW SHORT WEEKS!!!  ATTENDANCE IS MANDATORY! REMEMBER, THIS IS THE ONLY CHANCE YOU GET FOR THIS ENTIRE SCHOOL YEAR AND IT IS ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT ELEMENTS THAT DETERMINES PLACEMENT OR RECLASSIFICATION.

Quick Assess #1 – 9/9 & 9/10

L/S Cluster #7 – Ask & Answer Questions

RC Cluster #2 – Analyze Text Features

 

Week 1 (8/10) –

Mini Lesson #1A –       Syllabus – “My Name” by

Sandra Cisneros & Name

Cards

 

Mega #1B –                 Introduce Academic Vocabulary Spirals

                                    Academic Reading Logs

                                    Read Aloud (English) – Plot Diagram GO

                                    Quick Assess Pretest #1

Binder Reminder

HWRead 15

Mini #1C                Pretest (verbal)

                             Academic Vocabulary

Week 2 (8/16)–

Mini #2A –                   Shining Star – (ELD 3 – Unit

#1 - Journey of Discovery & ELD 4 – Unit #2 –

The Human Spirit) Observation Chart, Reciprocal Teaching Intro, & TGraph Charts

Alexander, Who Used to Rich Last Sunday (Flashback) – What I Realized, Understood, Learned GO

HWAcademic Vocabulary

 

Mega #2B –                 Center # 1 – Read Aloud by grade level - RT cards (English)

Center #2 – CELDT Prep –

Picture Book stories

HW – Read 15

 

Mega #2C -                  Read SS Story #1 (ELD 3 –

“The First Americans” & ELD 4 – “Abraham

Lincoln”) – Cornell Notes

Give 1, Get 1/Comprehension Review

Critical Reading Pair Share

1 minute speeches

HW – Notes Review & Summary VM (CFU)

Week 3 (8/23)–

Mini #3A -                    Cornell Notes Review

                                    CELDT Test PPT

                                    Punctuation Pretest

                                    HWRead 15

 

Mega #3B –                 Academic Vocab

                                    Read Aloud (English)

Plot Diagram

                                    Subject Tutorials

                                    Binder Checks

                                    HW – BYGO Questions

(Shining Star)

 

Mega #3C –                 CELDT Goals Chart

                                    CELDT Test Prep Part 1

                                    Punctuation Chant

                                    1 minute speeches

Week 4 (8/30)–

Mini #4A                      Academic Vocabulary

Read Aloud (English)

Plot Grid

HW – Read 15

 

Mega #4B –                 CELDT Review Sentence Building

                                    Group Sentence Building

HW - 3 sentences email, text, VM

CELDT Testing Listening portion

 

Mega #4C –                 CELDT Testing Reading & Writing portion

                                    Academic Reading

Week 5 (9/7) –

 

Monday is a holiday (labor day)

 

Mega #5B –                 Academic Vocabulary

Read Aloud (English)

Critical Listening Pair Share (He Said/She Said GO)

                                    Read Aloud (English)

                                    HW - Compare/Contrast

                                    Subject Tutorials

 

Mega #5C –                 Quick Assess #1: Read

Aloud,

Re-read Silently, Critical Reading Pair Share,

Comprehension Test

Peer Binder Checks


Listening & Speaking

My CELDT Levels:       LISTENING -   1          2          3          4          5         

My CELDT Levels:       SPEAKING  -   1          2          3          4          5         

Cluster 7 Rubric – Ask & Answer Questions– ALL ELD LEVELS

-2

Little to no attempt to ask or answer questions, with the exception of some nonverbal cues and possibly a few words that may or may not be correct or used effectively.

-1

Asks and answers questions using single words and nonverbal cues to be understood.

At Standard – Beginner

Asks and answers questions using simple sentences or phrases.

At Standards – Early Intermediate

Asks and answers questions using phrases or simple sentences.

At Standard – Intermediate

Responds to messages by asking simple questions or by brief restatement of the message.

At Standard – Early Advanced

Responds to messages by asking questions, challenging statements, or offering examples that affirm the message

At Standard – Advanced

Responds to messages by asking complex questions and challenging statements which include examples to support assertions.

+1

Responds to messages by asking complex questions and presenting challenging statements that communicate complex ideas and high-order thinking.

Reading Comprehension

My CELDT Level:        READING -      1          2          3          4          5         

Cluster 2ES Rubric – Analyze Text Features – ALL ELD LEVELS

-2

Orally identifies some details from written material with visual cues.

-1

Orally identifies some details of familiar literature and informational materials and public documents.

At Standard – Beginner

Uses one or two words to Identify text features such as the title, table of contents, and chapter headings AND/OR identifies the vocabulary, syntax, and grammar used in public and workplace documents. (e.g. speeches, debates, manuals, and contracts).

At Standards – Early Intermediate

Uses simple sentences to identify orally the structure and format of workplace documents (e.g. format, graphics, and headers).AND/OR orally identifies the features of simple excerpts of public documents by using key words or phrases.

At Standard – Intermediate

Reads and uses simple sentences to identify orally the features and the rhetorical devices of simple excerpts of public and workplace documents and content areas AND/OR reads workplace documents and orally identifies the structure and format (e.g. graphics & headers) and give one brief example of how the author uses the feature to achieve his or her purpose. 

At Standard – Early Advanced

Analyzes the structure and format of workplace documents and the way in which authors use structure and format to achieve their purposes AND/OR analyzes the features and rhetorical devices of at least two types of documents intended for the general public (e.g. warranties, contracts, manuals, magazines, and textbooks).

At Standard – Advanced

Analyzes the features and rhetorical devices of different types of public documents and the way authors use those features and devices.

+1

Utilizes the features and rhetorical devices from multiple sources to create optimal effect in a new document.

 

Practice Activities:


1.       Academic Reading (Independent Logs)

2.       Cornell Notes (Shining Star)

3.       What I Realized, Understood, Learned GO

4.       RT Card Discussions

5.       Give 1, Get 1

6.       Cornell Notes Summary VM

7.       Plot Diagram

8.       Before You Go On Questions on pages 7, 9, & 11. (Shining Star B)

9.       TGraph Behaviors – Rteaching (GLAD)

10.   Plot Grid

11.   Sentence Building (Group)

12.   3 Sentences Email

13.   He Said/She Said GO

 

ELD 4 Course Content Outline

Semester 1:

Pre-Assessment #1 – Wednesday, 8/11 OR Thursday, 8/12, 2010

1.      Ask & Answer Questions (S/L Cluster 7)  - Quick Assess #1 – 9/9/10 – 9/10/10

2.      Analyze Text Features (RC Cluster 2) – Quick Assess #1 – 9/9/10 – 9/10/10

3.      Use Elements of Discourse (WSA Cluster 1) – Quick Assess #2 – 9/28/10 – 9/30/10

4.      Speak to be Understood (S/L Cluster 3) – Quick Assess #2 – 9/28/10 – 9/30/10

Quarter 1 Assessment – Thursday, 10/7 OR Friday, 10/8, 2010 (to include sublist 1 words)

5.      Write Persuasive Compositions (WSA Cluster 4) – Quick Assess #3 – 11/08/10

6.      Create Coherent Paragraphs (WC Cluster 1) – Quick Assess #3 – 11/08/10

7.      Decode New Words (RWA Cluster 3) – Quick Assess #4 – 12/2/10 – 12/3/10

8.      Use the Writing Process (WSA Cluster 7) – Quick Assess #4 – 12/2/10 – 12/3/10

Semester 1 Assessment – Monday, December 13, 2010 (to include sublist 2 words)

Added Semester 2 –

Pre-Assessment #2 – Jan. 12, 2011

1.      Apply Knowledge of Word Parts (RWA Cluster 2) – Quick Assess #5 – 2/3/11 – 2/4/11

2.      Write Expository Compositions and Research Reports (WSA Cluster5) – Quick Assess #5 – 2/3/11 – 2/4/11

3.      Recognize Words with Multiple Meanings (RWA Cluster 4) – Quick Assess #6 – 3/3/11 – 3/4/11

4.      Repeated Standard from Semester 1 – Quick Assess #6 – 3/3/11 – 3/4/11

Quarter 3 Assessment – Monday, March 14, 2011 (to include sublist 3 words)

5.      Analyze Evidence in Informational Materials (RC Cluster 4) – Quick Assess #7 – 4/14/11 – 4/15/11

6.      Repeated Standard from Semester 1 – Quick Assess #7 – 4/14/11 – 4/15/11

7.      Revise Writing (WC Cluster 3) – Quick Assess #8 – 5/5/11 – 5/6/11

8.      Evaluate Author’s Credibility (RC Cluster 5) – Quick Assess #8 – 5/5/11 – 5/6/11

Semester 2 Final Assessment – Thursday, May 19 - Friday, May 20, 2011  (to include sublist 4 words)

 

 

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