EL Curriculum Parent Resource Guide

Below are links to helpful resources and video that parents can access to gain insights on EL curriculum.

 

Material

Purpose

Link

Curriculum Maps

Parents can access the EL curriculum online.  The links to the right provide a digital, detailed view of the overview of the modules showing titles, topics, targets, and standards assessed in each module.  Additionally, the dates in parenthesis indicate the time period during which the module will be taught.

Kindergarten

Module 1: Building Literacy in a Collaborative Classroom:  Toys and Play     

(January 2018 - March 2018)

http://curriculum.eleducation.org/curriculum/ela/grade-K/module-1

Module 2: Learning Through Science and Story:  Weather Wonders    

(March 2018 - May 2018)

http://curriculum.eleducation.org/curriculum/ela/grade-K/module-2

 

First Grade

Module 1: Tools and Work

(January 2018 - March 2018)

http://curriculum.eleducation.org/curriculum/ela/grade-1/module-1

Module 2: What’s Up in the Sky:  A Study of the Sun, Moon, and Stars

(March 2018 - May 2018)

http://curriculum.eleducation.org/curriculum/ela/grade-1/module-2

 

Second Grade

Module 1: Schools and Community

(January 2018 - March 2018)

http://curriculum.eleducation.org/curriculum/ela/grade-2/module-1

Module 2: Learning through Science and Story:  Fossils Tell of Earth’s Changes (March 2018 - May 2018)

http://curriculum.eleducation.org/curriculum/ela/grade-2/module-2

 

EL Education: 

By the Numbers/Data

Parents can access this link to find out the data and impact that EL curriculum is having across the country.

https://eleducation.org/impact/by-the-numbers

EL Education:  Redefining Student Achievement

Parents can access this video to gain insights on  how EL Education is redefining student achievement across America.

https://eleducation.org/resources/el-education-redefining-student-achievement

 

EL Education:  Raising Student Achievement

Parents can access this video to see the work of EL Education in meeting the national challenge to raise student achievement in our schools. Combining challenging work with the joy of discovery and pride in mastery, EL Education offers the education desired for every child: one that prepares citizens with both the skills and the character necessary for success throughout college, work and life.

https://eleducation.org/resources/who-am-i-a-leader-of-my-own-learning

 

EL Education:

Fostering Character

Parents can learn about how EL Education builds cultures of respect, responsibility, courage, and kindness.   The EL Education Language Arts curriculum addresses three dimensions of student achievement, which includes character.

http://curriculum.eleducation.org/sites/default/files/curriculumtools_fosteringcharacterinacollaborativeclassroom_052217.pdf

EL Education:

A Guide to Support English Language Learners (ELLs)

Parents can access this guide to learn about the guidance for planning scaffolds for English Language Learners.

http://curriculum.eleducation.org/sites/default/files/curriculumtools_supportingenglishlanguagelearners_052217.pdf

EL Education:

Video Library

Parents can access the EL video library that contains over 100 videos, including a collection of classroom videos that demonstrate the instructional shifts and several key instructional strategies in action.

 https://eleducation.org/resources/collections/videos-about-el-education