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English Language Development (ELD)

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Course Outlines / Descriptions

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Middle Schools Course Outlines

English Language Development ELD Core (1706) or ELD I AB (1709) & ELD I CD (1710)

ELD I AB and ELD I CD are intensive courses of communicative and academic English instruction. The content and pacing reflect that these two courses must be taken concurrently. The courses are designed for students identified as English Language Learners (ELLs) at the Beginning levels of oral, reading and writing in English. Students may have varying levels of academic proficiency in their primary languages. The goals and objectives are based on the California ELD Standards: Grades 6 ’ 8, Early Intermediate Level. The California ELD Standards follow a linguistic pathway towards proficiency in the English Language Arts Standards including those assessed on the CAHSEE. Four years of English credit and passing of the CAHSEE are required for graduation from high school.

English Language Development ELD II Core (1707) or ELD II AB (1711) & ELD II CD (1712)

ELD II AB & ELD II CD are intensive courses of communicative and academic English instruction. The content and pacing reflect that these two courses must be taken concurrently. The courses are designed for students identified as English Language Learners (ELLs) at the high Early Intermediate and Intermediate levels of oral, reading and writing in English. The goals and objectives are based on the California ELD Standards: Grades 6 ’ 8, Intermediate Level. This comprehensive course builds on the students1Ž4 mastery of the ELD I goals and performance objectives. The California ELD Standards follow a linguistic pathway towards proficiency in the English Language Arts Standards including those assessed on the CAHSEE. Four years of English credit and passing of the CAHSEE are required for graduation from high school.

English Language Development ELD III Core (1708) or ELD III AB (1713) & ELD II CD (1714)

ELD III AB & ELD III CD are intensive courses of communicative and academic English instruction. The content and pacing reflect that these two courses must be taken concurrently. The courses are designed for students identified as English Language Learners (ELLs) at the Intermediate levels of oral, reading and writing in English. The goals and objectives are based on the California ELD Standards: Grades 6 ’ 8, Early Advanced Level. This comprehensive course builds on the students1Ž4 mastery of the ELD II goals and performance objectives. The California ELD Standards follow a linguistic pathway towards proficiency in the English Language Arts Standards including those assessed on the CAHSEE. Four years of English credit and passing of the CAHSEE are required for graduation from high school.

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High School Course Outlines

English Language Development (ELD) ELD English I (1701) & ELD Reading I (1602)

ELD English I is an intensive course of communicative and academic English instruction. The content and pacing reflect that it must be taken concurrently with ELD Reading I. The course is designed for students identified as English Language Learners (ELLs) at the Beginning levels of oral, reading and writing in English. Students may have varying levels of academic proficiency in their primary languages. The course goals and objectives are based on the California ELD Standards: Grades 9 ’ 12, Early Intermediate Level. The California ELD Standards follow a linguistic pathway towards proficiency in the English Language Arts Standards including those assessed on the CAHSEE. Four years of English credit and passing of the CAHSEE are required for graduation from high school.

English Language Development (ELD) ELD English II (1703) ELD Reading II (1604)

ELD English II is an intensive course of communicative and academic English instruction. The content and pacing reflect that it must be taken concurrently with ELD Reading II. The course is designed for students identified as English Language Learners (ELLs) at the high Early Intermediate and Intermediate levels of oral, reading and writing in English. The course goals and objectives are based on the California ELD Standards: Grades 9 ’ 12, Intermediate Level. This comprehensive course builds on the students1Ž4 mastery of the ELD English I goals and performance objectives. The California ELD Standards follow a linguistic pathway towards proficiency in the English Language Arts Standards including those assessed on the CAHSEE. Four years of English credit and passing of the CAHSEE are required for graduation from high school.

English Language Development ELD English III (1705) & ELD Reading III (1617)

ELD English III is an intensive course of communicative and academic English instruction. The content and pacing reflect that it must be taken concurrently with ELD Reading III. The course is designed for students identified as English Language Learners (ELLs) at the Intermediate levels of oral, reading and writing in English. The course goals and objectives are based on the California ELD Standards: Grades 9 ’ 12, Early Advanced Level. This comprehensive course builds on the students1Ž4 mastery of the ELD English II goals and performance objectives. The California ELD Standards follow a linguistic pathway towards proficiency in the English Language Arts Standards including those assessed on the CAHSEE. Four years of English credit and passing of the CAHSEE are required for graduation from high school.

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Summer School Course Outlines

Post ELD I and Post ELD II Literacy: Beginning Summer School

The Post ELD I and Post ELD II Literacy class is an intensive course for middle school English Language Learners (ELLs) who have just completed or are scheduled next semester to be enrolled in an ELD English I, ELD English II, ELD Core I, or ELD Core II classes. The students are at Beginning or Early Intermediate oral English proficiency levels and are continuing to learn oral English while they learn English reading. This course enhances and accelerates the literacy component of ELD English (or Core) I and ELD English (or Core II) through instruction and use of a variety of English print and writing in addition to speaking and listening. Evaluation will be based on academic growth because the students enter at such a wide variety of proficiency levels. The emphasis is on improving English literacy skills and expanding command of English academic vocabulary and sentence structure.

Post ELD I Literacy Summer School

The Post ELD I Literacy class is an intensive course for high school English Language Learners (ELLs) who have just completed in ELD English I or entered ELD I at some point in the school year. The students are at Beginning or Early Intermediate oral English proficiency levels and are continuing to learn oral English while they learn English reading. This course enhances and accelerates the literacy component through instruction and use of a variety of English print and writing. Evaluation will be based on academic growth because the students enter at such a wide variety of proficiency levels. The emphasis is on improving English literacy skills and expanding command of English academic vocabulary and sentence structure.

Post ELD II Literacy Summer School

The Post ELD II Literacy class is an intensive course for high school English Language Learners (ELLs) who have just completed English II or entered ELD II sometime in the school year. The students are at Early Intermediate oral English proficiency level and are continuing to learn oral English while they learn English reading. This course enhances and accelerates the literacy component through instruction and use of a variety of English print and writing. Evaluation will be based on academic growth because the students enter at such a wide variety of proficiency levels. The emphasis is on improving English literacy skills and expanding command of English academic vocabulary and sentence structure.

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