English Language Arts
Dawn Kuppenbender, Superintendent of Learning (La Ronge Central Office) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa Larson, Literacy Consultant (La Ronge Central Office) Email: email@example.com
Marla Fitzpatrick, Literacy Consultant (La Ronge Central Office) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cindy Young, Literacy Consultant (La Ronge Central Office) Email: email@example.com
English Language Arts is a Required Area of Study in Saskatchewan’s Core Curriculum. There are three K-12 Goals:
- Comprehend & Respond (CR),
- Compose and Create (CC), and
- Assess and Reflect (AR).
The ELA curriculum document for each grade level provides the intended learning OUTCOMES that the students are expected to achieve by the end of the year. INDICATORS are included for what students should know, understand and be able to do in order to achieve the outcomes.
Click here for Gr. 1-12 Rubrics for ELA Outcomes
Unit plans should include outcomes from each goal (CR, CC, AR)
Go to http://www.curriculum.gov.sk.ca/ for the curriculum documents, resource lists and other support material.
The Northern Lights School Division has provided recommended Major Integrated Resources (MIRs) to each school to help teachers plan and deliver instruction.
The Major Integrated Resources are:
Grades 1-5: Collections or Cornerstones or Nelson Literacy
Grades 6-9: Sighlines/Resourcelines or Crossroads or Nelson Literacy
Grades 10-12: Crossroads 10 and iLit
Strategies and resources for adolescent literacy: www.adlit.org
Saskatchewan Reads is a companion document to the English Language Arts Grades 1, 2, and 3 curricula: Saskatchewan Reads
A focus on Guided Reading is part of the NLSD#113 Building a Community of Learners Initiative. Guided reading is small-group differentiated reading instruction and assessment using levelled texts. Guided Reading is one part of a balanced literacy program. Information and guidelines for planning and delivering guided reading instruction and assessment, incuding a list of levelled books, are provided.