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Launch to Literacy
Designated ELD Curriculum for the beginning English Proficiency levels. English Learners learn phonemic awareness, phonics, spelling, fluency, vocabulary, reading comprehension, and writing.
Link to Literacy
Designated ELD Curriculum for your English Learners who are at the emerging, expanding, and bridging English proficiency. The students receive intensive instruction in language, vocabulary, reading comprehension, and writing.
This was such a practical, informative, and inspiring session! I loved the modeling and being able to see how to do this kind of teaching. So much to love!
Tami Francis, ELD Categorical Programs, Downey USD, Downey, CA
(The best thing was) the content, pacing, and the positive approach to questions & concerns.
Mark Heinzinger, Principal, Sylvan Union Schools, Modesto, CA
Thank you for the helpful strategies. They are so easy to incorporate in lessons to help students.
Fernando Ibarra, 6th Grade ELA/History Teacher, Vista Charter Middle School, LAUSD
One little girl, she was in our Prep (pre-K) last year and had the program all year, then went to a mainstream school in Cairns. The teachers there were asking where does she come from? Her reading ability and knowledge of sounds was very far ahead of the rest of the class.
Megan Dempster, Teacher, Coen Campus
Fast-paced, interactive, and highly useful! Thanks!
Darla MacDonald, 2nd Grade Teacher, Fenton Primary Center
Thank you for giving us real strategies that I can take to my classroom and use right away!
Brielyn Flones, 8th Grade ELD Teacher, Vista Charter Middle School, LAUSD