Grade 1 ELA Curricular Frameworks With ELL Scaffolds

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Grade 1 ELA Curricular Frameworks with ELL ScaffoldsGrade 1 Unit 1 Reading Literature and Reading InformationalUnit 1: RL.1.1, RI.1.1, and WIDA StandardsReading Literature and WIDAStandards RL.1.1. Ask and answerquestions about key detailsin a text. WIDA ELD 2o Readingo Speakingo ListeningReading Informational Textand WIDA Standards RI.1.1. Ask and answerquestions about key detailsin a text. WIDA ELD 3, 4 or 5depending on contexto Readingo Speakingo ListeningCritical Knowledge and Skills Understand key details inthe text. Determine what key detailsare in a text. Recall key details of a text. Ask and answer questionsabout key details. Ask and prompt who, whatwhere, when, why and howregarding details of a text. Answer when promptedand use key details fromthe text. Ask and answer questionsabout key details, withsupport.WIDA Criterion VU: Details, text LFC: Question words, verbphrases LC: Varies by ELP levels

Grade 1 Unit 1 Reading Literature and Reading InformationalUnit 1: Outcomes, Scaffolds, and Supports by ELP Level (Standards RL.1.1 and affoldsSupportsELP Level 1Orally answer yes/noor either/or questionswith single wordsabout details in anappropriately leveledstory. Story Map Word Wall Visuals Gestures L1 supportELP Level 2Orally answer who,when, wherequestions in phrasesor short sentencesfrom an appropriatelyleveled text. Story Map Word Wall Visuals Sentence Frames L1 supportELP Level 3Orally answer “Wh”questions in simplesentences using anappropriately leveledtext. Story Map Word Wall VisualsELP Level 4Orally answerquestions in completesentences usingdetails from anadapted grade leveltext. Story Map Word WallELP Level 5Orally answerquestions in completesentences using gradelevel vocabulary aboutkey details in a gradelevel story. Story Map

Grade 1 Unit 1 Reading Literature and Reading InformationalUnit 1: RL.1.3 and WIDA StandardsReading Literature and WIDAReading Informational TextStandardsand WIDA Standards RL.1.3. Describe characters, Nonesettings, and major event(s)in a story, using key detailsWIDA ELD 2o Readingo Speakingo ListeningCritical Knowledge and Skills Identify key story details. Provide a description ofcharacters in a story usingkey details. Provide a description of thesetting of a story using keydetails. Provide a description of themajor events in a storyusing key details.WIDA Criterion VU: Details, character,setting LFC: Adjectives, verbphrases LC: Varies by ELP levels

Grade 1 Unit 1 Reading Literature and Reading InformationalUnit 1: Outcomes, Scaffolds, and Supports by ELP Level (Standard affoldsSupportsELP Level 1ELP Level 2ELP Level 3ELP Level 4ELP Level 5Orally describecharacters, settingand events in a storyin L1 and/or withsingle words inappropriately leveledtext. Story map Leveled text Illustrations/Diagrams Drawings Pictures/Photographs Word wall Partner L1 supportOrally describecharacters, settingand events in a storywith phrases inappropriately leveledor adapted text.Orally describecharacters, settingand events in a storyusing simplesentences inappropriately leveledor adapted text. Story map Leveled text Illustrations/Diagrams Drawings Word wall PartnerOrally describecharacters, settingand events with cleardetails using completesentences inappropriately Leveledtext. Story map Illustrations/Diagrams Drawings Word wallOrally describecharacters, settingand events with vividimages by usingcomplex sentences ingrade level text. Story map Leveled text Illustrations/Diagrams Drawings Word wall Partner L1 support Story Map

Grade 1 Unit 1 Reading Literature and Reading InformationalUnit 1: RL.1.5, R.I.1.5 and WIDA StandardsReading Literature and WIDAStandards RL.1.5. Explain majordifferences between booksthat tell stories and booksthat give information,drawing on a wide readingof a range of text types. WIDA ELD 2o Readingo Speakingo ListeningReading Informational Textand WIDA Standards RI.1.5. Know and usevarious text features (e.g.,headings, tables ofcontents, glossaries,electronic menus, icons)to locate key facts orpieces of information WIDA ELD 3, 4, or 5o Readingo Speakingo ListeningCritical Knowledge and SkillsWIDA Criterion RL.1.5: Read a variety ofnarrative and informationaltexts. Identify the traits of narrativetext and informational text. Compare and contrastnarrative and informationaltext, focusing on how they aredifferent. Explain the differencesbetween narrative text andinformational text. VU: Narrative,informational, textfeatures LFC: Transitional clauses,explanatory phrases LC: Varies by ELP levels RI.1.5: Determine textfeatures that help locateimportant information. Use headings to helpunderstand text. Identify and use various textfeatures and the type ofinformation each provides(e.g., table of contents,glossaries, etc.).

Grade 1 Unit 1 Reading Literature and Reading InformationalUnit 1: Outcomes, Scaffolds, and Supports by ELP Level (Standards RL.1.5 and caffoldsSupportsELP Level 1ELP Level 2ELP Level 3ELP Level 4ELP Level 5Orally contrastinformational andliterature texts andexplain the purpose ofinformational textfeatures in a leveledtext in L1 and/or usingsingle words andphrases. Venn Diagram Word/Picture Wall Partner work Native languagesupport Native languagetexts Cloze sentencesOrally contrastinformational andliterature texts andexplain the purpose ofinformational textfeatures in a leveledtext in L1 and/or usingphrases and shortsentences. Venn Diagram Word/Picture Wall Partner work Native languagesupport Native languagetexts Sentence framesOrally contrastinformational andliterature texts andexplain the purpose ofinformational textfeatures in a leveledtext using simplesentences.Orally contrastinformational andliterature texts andexplain the purpose ofinformational textfeatures usingexpanded and somecomplex sentences.Orally contrastinformational andliterature texts andexplain the purpose ofinformational textfeatures usingcomplex sentences. Venn Diagram Word Wall Partner work Venn Diagram Word Wall Venn Diagram

Grade 1 Unit 1 Reading Literature and Reading InformationalUnit 1: RL.1.6 and WIDA StandardsReading Literature and WIDAStandards RL.1.6. Identify who istelling the story at variouspoints in a text. WIDA ELD 2o Readingo Speakingo ListeningReading Informational Textand WIDA Standards NoneCritical Knowledge and SkillsWIDA Criterion Explain the function of anarrator. Determine the narratorwho is telling a story. Identify when the narratorchanges. VU: Narrator, point of view,voice LFC: Explanatory phrases,quotation marks LC: Varies by ELP levels

Grade 1 Unit 1 Reading Literature and Reading InformationalUnit 1: Outcomes, Scaffolds, and Supports by ELP Level (Standard affoldsSupportsELP Level 1ELP Level 2ELP Level 3ELP Level 4Use L1 and/or picturesand high-frequency,key single words toidentify who is tellingthe story in a leveledtext.Use L1 and/or keyvocabulary in phrasesand short sentencesto identify who istelling the story in aleveled text.Use key vocabulary ina series of simple,related sentences toidentify who is tellingthe story in a leveledtext.Use key vocabulary inexpanded sentenceswith emergingcomplexity to identifywho is telling thestory in a leveled text. Marking the Text HighlightedWords/BoldfaceWords Post-it Notes Partner work Pictures andPhotographs L1 support L1 texts Cloze sentences Marking the Text HighlightedWords/BoldfaceWords Post-it Notes Partner work Pictures andPhotographs L1 support L1 texts Sentence Frame Marking the Text HighlightedWords/BoldfaceWords Post-it Notes Partner work Pictures andPhotographsELP Level 5Use precisevocabulary inmultiple, complexsentences to identifywho is telling thestory at differentpoints in a grade-leveltext. Highlighted Words/ HighlightedBoldface WordsWords/BoldfaceWords Post-it Notes Post-it Notes Partner work

Grade 1 Unit 1 Reading Literature and Reading InformationalUnit 1: RL.1.7 and WIDA StandardsReading Literature and WIDAStandards RL.1.7. Use illustrations anddetails in a story todescribe its characters,setting, or events. WIDA ELD 2o Readingo Speakingo ListeningReading Informational Textand WIDA Standards NoneCritical Knowledge and Skills Interpret illustrations todevelop a betterunderstanding of a story. Identify an illustration thathelps to describe thecharacter, setting, orevents. Explain how illustrationsdescribe important storyelements. Identify story details thatdescribe story elements. Describe elements of thestory using story details.WIDA Criterion VU: Illustration, character,setting, details LFC: Explanatory phrases,quotation marks LC: Varies by ELP levels

Grade 1 Unit 1 Reading Literature and Reading InformationalUnit 1: Outcomes, Scaffolds, and Supports by ELP Level (Standard affoldsSupportsELP Level 1ELP Level 2ELP Level 3ELP Level 4ELP Level 5Use illustrations toorally describecharacters, settingand events in a storyin L1 and/or withsingle words inappropriately leveledtext. Pictures and/orillustrations Partner work Word/Picture Wall Graphic Organizers L1 supportUse illustrations toorally describecharacters, settingand events in a storywith phrases inappropriately leveledor adapted text.Use illustrations toorally describecharacters, settingand events in a storyusing simplesentences inappropriately leveledor adapted text. Pictures and/orillustrations Partner work Word Wall Graphic OrganizersUse illustrations toorally describecharacters, settingand events with cleardetails using completesentences inappropriately Leveledtext. Word Wall Pictures and/orillustrationsUse illustrations toorally describecharacters, settingand events with vividimages by usingcomplex sentences ingrade level text. Pictures and/orillustrations Partner work Word/Picture Wall Graphic Organizers Sentence Frame L1 support None

Grade 1 Unit 1 Reading Literature and Reading InformationalUnit 1: RL.1.10, RI.1.10 and WIDA StandardsReading Literature and WIDAStandards RL.1.10. With promptingand support, read andcomprehend stories andpoetry at grade levelcomplexity or above. WIDA ELD 2o Readingo Speakingo ListeningReading Informational TextCritical Knowledge and Skillsand WIDA Standards RL.1.10. With prompting Participate in readingand support, readactivities, either in a groupinformational texts at gradeor independently.level complexity or above. Articulate the purpose of WIDA ELD 3, 4, 5the reading activities.o Reading Model and developo Speakingengaging reading habitso Listeningthat lead to readingincreasingly complex textsindependently.WIDA Criterion VU: Purpose, LFC: Explanatory phrases,quotation marks LC: Varies by ELP levels

Grade 1 Unit 1 Reading Literature and Reading InformationalUnit 1: Outcomes, Scaffolds, and Supports by ELP Level (Standards RL.1.10 and ScaffoldsSupportsELP Level 1ELP Level 2ELP Level 3ELP Level 4ELP Level 5Read grade-levelprose, poetry andinformational text inL1 and/or singlewords of leveledprose and poetry inEnglish.Read grade-levelprose, poetry andinformational text inL1 and/or phrases ofleveled prose andpoetry in English.Read short sentencesof leveled prose,poetry andinformational textRead completesentences of leveledand grade level prose,poetry andinformational text.Read grade-levelprose, poetry andinformational text. Leveled prose,poetry andinformational texts Mentor texts L1 support Partner Leveled prose,poetry andinformational texts Mentor texts L1 support Partner Leveled prose,poetry andinformational texts Mentor texts Partner Leveled prose,poetry andinformational texts Mentor texts None

Grade 1 Unit 1 Reading FoundationUnit 1: RF.1.1, RF.1.1.A and WIDA StandardsReading Foundation and WIDAStandards RF.1.1. Demonstrate mastery of theorganization and basic features ofprint including those listed underKindergarten foundation skills.o RF.1.1.A. Recognize thedistinguishing features of asentence (e.g., first word,capitalization, ending punctuation). WIDA ELD 2o Readingo Speakingo ListeningCritical Knowledge and Skills Understand how a sentence isorganized. Identify the first word of a sentence. Identify the capitalization used tobegin the sentence. Identify the various types of endpunctuation.WIDA Criterion VU: Sentence, capitalization,punctuation, period, question mark LFC: Interrogative and declarativestatements LC: Varies by ELP levels

Grade 1 Unit 1 Reading FoundationUnit 1: Outcomes, Scaffolds, and Supports by ELP Level (Standards RF.1.1 and ScaffoldsSupportsELP Level 1ELP Level 2ELP Level 3ELP Level 4ELP Level 5Identify punctuationmarks and capitalletters at thebeginning ofsentences.Identify simplesentences writtenwith correctcapitalization andpunctuation.Identify simplesentences writtenwith correctcapitalization andpunctuation.Identify expandedsentences writtenwith correctcapitalization andpunctuation.Identify complexsentences writtenwith correctcapitalization andpunctuation. Partner work Word Wall Anchor charts Word Wall Anchor chart Anchor chartPartner workWord WallVisualsL1 supportAnchor chartsPartner workWord WallVisualsL1 supportAnchor charts

Grade 1 Unit 1 Reading FoundationUnit 1: RF.1.2, RF.1.2.A, RF.1.2.B and WIDA StandardsReading Foundation and WIDAStandards RF.1.2. Demonstrate mastery ofspoken words, syllables, and sounds(phonemes) by using knowledge thatevery syllable must have a vowelsound to determine the number ofsyllables in a printed word.o RF.1.2.A. Distinguish long fromshort vowel sounds in spokensingle-syllable words.o RF.1.2.B. Orally produce singlesyllable words by blending sounds(phonemes), including consonantblends. WIDA ELD 2o Readingo Speakingo ListeningCritical Knowledge and SkillsWIDA Criterion Identify long and short vowel soundsin words. Explain the difference between longand short vowel sounds. Produce the sound for each letter andblend to make a word. Discern letter sounds at the beginning,middle, and end of words. Take apart a word by sounds. VU: Long and short vowels, beginning,middle, end, blend LFC: Explanatory phrases LC: Varies by ELP levels

Grade 1 Unit 1 Reading FoundationUnit 1: Outcomes, Scaffolds, and Supports by ELP Level (Standards RF.1.2, RF.1.2.A and ScaffoldsSupportsELP Level 1ELP Level 2ELP Level 3ELP Level 4ELP Level 5Distinguish betweenlong and short vowel“a” sounds withcommon knownwords (cat, rain).Distinguish betweenlong and short vowel“a” sounds withfamiliar words.Distinguish betweenlong and short vowel“a” using generalwords chosen fromappropriate text.Distinguish betweenlong and short “a”using technicalvocabulary chosenfrom the textDistinguish betweenlong and short “a”using nonsense wordsand technicalvocabulary chosenfrom the textOrally repeat singlesyllable words byblending sounds,including consonantblends.Orally produce singlesyllable familiar wordsby blending sounds,including consonantblends.Orally produce singlesyllable general wordsby blending soundsand consonant blends.Orally produce singlesyllable content basedgrade level words byblending sounds andconsonant blends.Orally produce singlesyllable nonsense andcontent-based gradelevel words byblending sounds andconsonant blends Partner work Word Wall Vowel Chart Partner work Vowel Chart Vowel chartPartner workWord WallVowel ChartVisualsL1 supportTotal PhysicalResponse ManipulativesPartner workWord WallVowel ChartVisualsL1 supportTotal PhysicalResponse Manipulatives

Grade 1 Unit 1 Reading FoundationUnit 1: RF.1.4, RF.1.4.A and WIDA StandardsReading Foundation and WIDAStandards RF.1.4. Read with sufficient accuracyand fluency to supportcomprehension.o RF.1.4.A. Read grade-level text withpurpose and understanding. WIDA ELD 2o Readingo SpeakingCritical Knowledge and Skills Understand grade-level text whenreading. Read grade-level text aloud, makingminimal errors. Reread text to better understand whatwas read, when necessary.WIDA Criterion VU: Purpose, comprehension LFC: sentence structure in grade leveltexts LC: Varies by ELP levels

Grade 1 Unit 1 Reading FoundationUnit 1: Outcomes, Scaffolds, and Supports by ELP Level (Standards RF.1.4 and RF.1.4.A sSupportsELP Level 1ELP Level 2ELP Level 3ELP Level 4ELP Level 5Identify purpose ofstory by referring topictures and priorknowledge usingsingle words, highfrequency vocabulary.Identify purpose ofstory about a story byreferring to picturesand prior knowledgeusing phrases or shortsentences andcommon vocabulary.Identify purpose ofstory by referring topictures and priorknowledge usingsimple sentences andgeneral vocabulary.Identify purpose ofstory by referring topictures and priorknowledge usingcomplete sentencesand content basedvocabulary. Word Wall Pictures/Photographs L1 support Partner work Cloze sentences Word Wall Pictures/Photographs L1 support Partner work Sentence Frames Word Wall Pictures/Photographs Partner work Word Wall None Pictures/PhotographsIdentify purpose ofstory by referring topictures and priorknowledge usingcomplex, detailedsentences andcontent basedvocabulary.

Grade 1 Unit 1 WritingUnit 1: W.1.2 and WIDA StandardsWriting and WIDA Standards W.1.2. Write informative/explanatorytexts in which they name a topic,supply some facts about the topic, andprovide some sense of closure. WIDA ELD 2, 3, 4, 5o Writingo SpeakingCritical Knowledge and Skills Discern fact from opinion.Introduce a topic that is well known.Include some facts about a topic.Write a closing statement.WIDA Criterion VU: Fact, opinion, closure LFC: Paragraph structure, beginningsentences, detail sentences and aclosing sentence LC: Varies by ELP levels

Grade 1 Unit 1 WritingUnit 1: Outcomes, Scaffolds, and Supports by ELP Level (Standard ffoldsSupportsELP Level 1ELP Level 2ELP Level 3Write aninformational textadding details in L1,and/or write or drawsingle words inEnglish, incorporatinghigh-frequencyvocabulary. Word Wall Teacher Support Visuals Graphic Organizers L1 supportWrite aninformational textadding details in L1,and/or write or drawshort phrases inEnglish, incorporatinggeneral vocabulary.Write aninformational textwith details usingsimple sentencesincorporating generaland content-basedvocabulary.Write aninformational text incomplete sentencesadding detailsincorporating key,content-basedvocabulary. Word Wall Visuals Graphic Organizers Word Wall Graphic OrganizersWord WallTeacher SupportVisualsGraphic OrganizersL1 supportELP Level 4ELP Level 5Write aninformational text inmultiple, complexsentences in order toadd details about atopic incorporatingcontent-basedvocabulary. Graphic Organizers

Grade 1 Unit 1 WritingUnit 1: W.1.3 and WIDA StandardsWriting and WIDA StandardsCritical Knowledge and SkillsWIDA Criterion W.1.3. Write narratives in which theyrecount two or more appropriatelysequenced events, include somedetails regarding what happened, usetemporal words to signal event order,and provide some sense of closure. WIDA ELD 2o Writingo Speaking Tell events in a sequence. Describe events using details. Use sequence words to show order ofevents (e.g., now, when, then). End with a closing sentence. VU: Sequence words, narrative LFC: Sequence sentences in paragraphform LC: Varies by ELP levels

Grade 1 Unit 1 WritingUnit 1: Outcomes, Scaffolds, and Supports by ELP Level (Standard ffoldsSupportsELP Level 1ELP Level 2ELP Level 3ELP Level 4ELP Level 5Write single sequence Write simple phraseswords underabout two events.illustrations about twoevents.Write simplesentences about twoevents with generalvocabulary andtransitional words.Compose narrativeabout two events withcomplete sentences,common and gradelevel vocabulary, andtransitional words.Compose narrativeabout two eventsusing complexsentences, grade levelvocabulary andtransitional words anda closing sentence. Graphic organizer Word Wall Pictures/Photographs L1 support Partner work Graphic organizer Word Wall Pictures/Photographs Partner work Graphic organizer Word Wall Graphic Organizers Graphic organizer Word Wall Pictures/Photographs L1 support Partner work

Grade 1 Unit 1 WritingUnit 1: W.1.5 and WIDA StandardsWriting and WIDA Standards W.1.5. With guidance and supportfrom adults, focus on a topic, respondto questions and suggestions frompeers and self-reflection, and adddetails to strengthen writing and ideasas needed. WIDA ELD 2o Writingo Speakingo ListeningCritical Knowledge and Skills Explain what was written whenquestions are asked by adults andpeers. Reflect on writing and make changes. Add descriptive words and details. Attempt to recognize and correctspelling, grammar and punctuationerrors.WIDA Criterion VU: Descriptive words, spelling,punctuation LFC: Answer questions, Subject-verbagreement LC: Varies by ELP levels

Grade 1 Unit 1 WritingUnit 1: Outcomes, Scaffolds, and Supports by ELP Level (Standard ffoldsSupportsELP Level 1ELP Level 2ELP Level 3ELP Level 4ELP Level 5Exchange ideas abouta topic by respondingin L1 and/or to wh –questions in Englishand add one-word orpicture details towriting.Exchange ideas abouta topic by respondingin L1 and/or in shortphrases to add one ortwo word details towriting incorporatinggeneral vocabulary.Exchange ideas byspeaking in simplesentences in order toadd simple sentencelength details about atopic incorporatinggeneral and contentbased vocabulary.Exchange ideas byspeaking in completesentences in order toadd sentence lengthand details about atopic incorporatingcontent-basedvocabulary.Exchange ideas byspeaking in complexsentences in order toadd complex sentencelength details about atopic incorporatingcontent- basedvocabulary. Word wall Peer support Graphic organizer Word wall Word wallWord wallTeacher supportL1 supportVisualsGraphic organizerWord wallTeacher supportL1 supportVisualsGraphic organizer

Grade 1 Unit 1 Speaking and ListeningUnit 1: SL.1.1, SL.1.1.A and WIDA StandardsSpeaking, Listening and WIDA Standards SL.1.1. Participate in collaborativeconversations with diverse partnersabout grade 1 topics and texts withpeers and adults in small and largergroups.Critical Knowledge and SkillsWIDA Criterion Participate in variety of rich structured VU: Take turns, speaking rules,conversations about grade appropriatedirectionstopics and text. LFC: Use conversational turns Follow agreed upon rules for listening LC: Varies by ELP levelsto others and taking turns speakingabout topics and text. Develop skills in active listening ando SL.1.1.A. Follow agreed-upon normsgroup discussion (taking turns,for discussions (e.g., listening tolistening to the speaker, responding toothers with care, speaking one at athe speaker).time about the topics and textsunder discussion). WIDA ELD 2o Speakingo Listening

Grade 1 Unit 1 Speaking and ListeningUnit 1: Outcomes, Scaffolds, and Supports by ELP Level (Standards SL.1.1 and ScaffoldsSupportsELP Level 1ELP Level 2ELP Level 3ELP Level 4ELP Level 5Listen to and shareideas and thoughtsthrough conversationby listeningattentively to othersand taking turnsspeaking about thegrade level topics ofdiscussion with apartner in L1 and/orusing single words.Listen to and shareideas and thoughtsthrough conversationby listeningattentively to othersand taking turnsspeaking about thegrade level topics ofdiscussion with apartner using phrases.Listen to and shareideas and thoughtsthrough conversationby listening attentivelyto others and takingturns speaking aboutthe grade level topicsof discussion with apartner using simplesentences.Listen to and shareideas and thoughtsthrough conversationby listeningattentively to othersand taking turnsspeaking about thegrade level topics ofdiscussion in smallgroups usingcomplete sentences. Cue cards Word wall PartnerListen to and shareideas and thoughtsthrough conversationby listeningattentively to othersand taking turnsspeaking about thegrade level topics ofdiscussion in smallgroups using complexsentences in extendeddiscourse. Cue cardsCue CardsManipulativesWord WallPictures/Photographs L1 support Choice questions Partner workCue CardsManipulativesWord WallPictures/Photographs L1 support Partner work Sentence FramesCue CardsManipulativesWord WallTemplatePartner work

Grade 1 Unit 1 Speaking and ListeningUnit 1: SL.1.2 and WIDA StandardsSpeaking, Listening and WIDA Standards SL.1.2. Ask and answer questionsabout key details in a text read aloudor information presented orally orthrough other media. WIDA ELD 2, 3, 4, 5o Speakingo ListeningCritical Knowledge and Skills Ask and answer questions about a textread aloud or information throughother media to better studentunderstanding. Practice asking questions forclarification of key details. Actively listen to presentedinformation to answer questions.WIDA Criterion VU: Clarify, details LFC: Question formation LC: Varies by ELP levels

Grade 1 Unit 1 Speaking and ListeningUnit 1: Outcomes, Scaffolds, and Supports by ELP Level (Standard affoldsSupportsELP Level 1ELP Level 2ELP Level 3ELP Level 4ELP Level 5Actively listen to andanswer questionsabout a text readaloud or informationpresented throughother media in L1and/or using singlewords.Actively listen to andask and answerquestions about a textread aloud orinformation presentedthrough other mediausing phrases.Actively listen to andask and answerquestions about a textread aloud orinformation presentedthrough other mediausing simplesentences.Actively listen to andask and answerquestions about a textread aloud orinformation presentedthrough other mediausing completesentences. Cue Cards Cue Cards Word Wall Pictures/Photographs L1 support Partner work Sentence Frames Cue cards Word wall PartnerActively listen to andask and answerquestions about a textread aloud orinformation presentedthrough other mediausing complexsentences in extendeddiscourse. Cue cards Word Wall Pictures/Photographs L1 support Choice questions Partner workCue CardsWord WallTemplatePartner work

Grade 1 Unit 1 Speaking and ListeningUnit 1: SL.1.3 and WIDA StandardsSpeaking, Listening and WIDA StandardsCritical Knowledge and Skills SL.1.3. Ask and answer questions Use strategies for asking questionsabout what a speaker says in order tothat are on a topic.gather additional information or clarify Use strategies for understanding andsomething that is not understood.answering questions. WIDA ELD 2, 3, 4, 5o Speakingo ListeningWIDA Criterion VU: Clarify, strategy LFC: Question formation, questionprompts LC: Varies by ELP levels

Grade 1 Unit 1 Speaking and ListeningUnit 1: Outcomes, Scaffolds, and Supports by ELP Level (Standard affoldsSupportsELP Level 1ELP Level 2ELP Level 3ELP Level 4ELP Level 5Ask questions aboutwhat a speaker says inorder to gatheradditional informationor clarify somethingthat is not understoodin L1 and/or usingsingle words.Ask questions aboutwhat a speaker says inorder to gatheradditional informationor clarify somethingthat is not understoodusing phrases.Ask questions aboutwhat a speaker says inorder to gatheradditional informationor clarify somethingthat is not understoodusing simplesentences.Ask questions aboutwhat a speaker says inorder to gatheradditional informationor clarify somethingthat is not understoodusing completesentences. Cue Cards Cue Cards Word Wall Pictures/Photographs L1 support Partner work Sentence Frames Cue cards Word wall PartnerAsk questions aboutwhat a speaker says inorder to gatheradditional informationor clarify somethingthat is not understoodusing complexsentences in extendeddiscourse. Cue cards Word Wall Pictures/Photographs L1 support Choice questions Partner workCue CardsWord WallTemplatePartner work

Grade 1 Unit 1 Speaking and ListeningUnit 1: SL.1.4 and WIDA StandardsSpeaking, Listening and WIDA Standards SL.1.4. Describe people, places, things,and events with relevant details,expressing ideas and feelings clearly. WIDA ELD 2, 3, 4, 5o Speakingo ListeningCritical Knowledge and Skills Describe familiar people.Tell about familiar places.Describe memorable events.Explain familiar events.Report facts and details aboutexperiences feelings and emotions.WIDA Criterion VU: Emotions, describe traits andplaces LFC: Syntax (adjective/noun) LC: Varies by ELP levels

Grade 1 Unit 1 Speaking and ListeningUnit 1: Outcomes, Scaffolds, and Supports by ELP Level (Standard affoldsSupportsELP Level 1Orally describepeople, places andevents in L1 and/oruse illustrations,pictures and key,single words orphrases. Native languagesupport Native languagetexts Word/Picture Wall Sentence framesELP Level 2ELP Level 3ELP Level 4ELP Level 5Orally describepeople, places andevents in L1 and/oruse pictures and keyphrases and shortsentences.Orally describepeople, places andevents using keyvocabulary in a seriesof simple, relatedsentences.Orally describepeople, places andevents using keyvocabulary inexpanded and somecomplex sentences.Orally describepeople, places andevents text usingprecise vocabulary inmultiple, complexsentences. Native languagesupport Native languagetexts Word/Picture Wall

Read grade-level prose, poetry and informational text in L1 and/or single words of leveled prose and poetry in English. Read grade-level prose, poetry and informational text in L1 and/or phrases of leveled prose and poetry in English. Read short sentences of leveled prose, poetry and infor

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