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NYS Bilingual Common Core Initiative

 

NEW NYS BILINGUAL COMMON CORE INITIATIVE

ELLs and the Common Core Curriculum:

 

    

 

https://www.engageny.org/resource/new-york-state-bilingual-common-core-initiative


New Terminology!


New Language Arts Progressions: Formerly English as a Second Language Learning Standards


Home Language Arts Progressions: Formerly Native Language Arts Learning Standards

 


New Language Acquisition Levels!


5 Levels of Language Progressions (Entering, Emerging, Transitioning, Expanding and Commanding)

Formerly 4 Levels (Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced and Proficient)

 

New Theoretical Foundations

-Integration of content and language in new language development.

-Bilingualism is a point of departure for all language instruction and a goal for all language learners.

-Intended as a guide for Education Leaders, Content Area, ESL, Bilingual, and LOTE teachers to provide accessible Common Core instruction to students of various language proficiency and literacy levels.

 

See: http://www.engageny.org/sites/default/files/resource/attachments/nysbcci-theoretical-foundations.pdf

 

 






Laura Stevens