New York State Bilingual Common Core Initiative

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New York State Bilingual Common Core Initiative

Progressions 2014-15

New York State Bilingual Common Core Initiative

Beginning in Spring 2012, NYSED launched the Bilingual Common Core Initiative to develop new English as a Second Language and Native Language Arts Standards aligned to the Common Core. As a result of this process, NYSED is developing New Language Arts Progressions (NLAP) and Home Language Arts Progressions (HLAP) for every NYS Common Core Learning Standard in every grade. The following documents explain NYSED's approach and provide samples of the work underway. These documents are being posted for public review and comment.

Statements of support from some of the Initiative’s National Advisory Group members
(Sue Pimientel, Kenji Hakuta, Guadalupe Valdes, Yvonne Freeman)

Complete list of the members and their bios

Complete list of NYS Steering Committee members

Complete list of Bilingual Common Core Writing Team

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 Levels!
5 Levels of Language Progressions (Entering, Emerging, Transitioning, Expanding and Commanding) Formerly 4 Levels (Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced and Proficient)
Why the Change?
Terminology is reflective of NYS’s multilingual student population and diverse ways in with languages are learned and taught in NYS. New levels align with research about stages of language and literacy development. See Theoretical Foundations document for more information.

Theoretical Foundations of the NYS Bilingual Common Core

Developed in consultation with a New York State Steering Committee and a National Advisory Group of ELL experts, this document details the research and theory that underlies NYS's theory of language development that guides the Initiative's New and Home Language Arts Progressions.

Teacher’s Guide to Implement the Bilingual Common Core Progressions
This document explains the New Language and Home Language Arts Progressions, breaking down each component and explaining how teachers can apply the resources in their classrooms.

2014-15 Bilingual Common Core Progressions 
Prekindergarten
Kindergarten
Grade 1
Grade 2
Grade 3
Grade 4
Grade 5
Grade 6
Grade 7
Grade 8
Grade 9-10
Grade 11-12

Language Arts Progressions (NLAP) & Home Language Arts Progressions (HLAP) DRAFT Samples 2013-14 

Created on:
Tue 10/7/2014
Posted by NYSED
Topic(s):
Common Core Learning Standards