at your pacing guide for the year and gather the supplies, resources and materials you will be needing for at least the first month. Organize your files and your grade book so you have a clear path forward.
Need an ELD pacing guide?
This one is free!
As many of you know, I am a k-5 ELD teacher in Ashland, Oregon. For many years I did workshops throughout my state for ELD teachers. Many ELD teachers asked me for a pacing guide so I made this.
Each month has a combination of ELD units and/or grammar components essential for English learners. Again choose some or all of what I have here. Feel free to mix it up to suit you!
♥If I have a product that contains all or parts of the language I teach during that month I have listed it. All resource images are click-able links for your convenience. Just click on the image you want to see and it will take you to my TPT store.♥ I use these products according to language level more than grade level. Each column represents a language level. The column has language grammar, forms and functions I teach for that level. Under the column heading I list products I use to teach those language components. Some of the products may have a grade level on it, but I have used it at that language level based on the language I am teaching students at that level.
Every classroom is different! Every teacher teaches differently, and I tried to create this year curriculum map with many different types of classrooms and teachers in mind. I know you may need to tweak this to the needs of your students, classroom, and district . DO IT! Make it work for you. For example, March is testing month for me. If you need to switch months around to meet your testing time, that is just fine. Do what is best for your students in your classroom.
The whole year is planned out for you!