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ELD Standards: Grades 3-5

ELD Standards: Grades 3-5

Reading Word Analysis


ELD Levels

ELD Standards

Instructional Strategies

Beginning

Recognize English phonemes that correspond to phonemes students already hear and produce while reading
aloud.
 
Recognize sound/symbol relationships in one’s own writing.

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Early Intermediate

While reading aloud, recognize and produce English phonemes that do not correspond to phonemes students
already hear and produce (e.g., a in cat and final consonants).

Read common English morphemes
in phrases and simple sentences (e.g., basic syllabication rules and phonics).

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Intermediate

Pronounce most English phonemes correctly while reading aloud.
 
Use common English morphemes in oral and silent reading.

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Early Advanced

Apply knowledge of common English morphemes in oral and silent reading to derive meaning from literature
and texts in content areas.
 

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Advanced

Apply knowledge of word relationships, such as roots and affixes, to derive meaning from literature and texts
in content areas.

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