Legacy (2009) Standards and Resources

2013 McRel Reports

2009 Language Arts Standards

2009 Student Friendly Standards Resources:

Student-Friendly Standards Parent Brochures

 Kindergarten Grade 5
 Grade 1 Grade 6
 Grade 2 Grade 7
 Grade 3 Grade 8
 Grade 4 High School
    

 

Student-Friendly Standards Parent Brochures (black and white)

 Kindergarten Grade 5
 Grade 1 Grade 6
 Grade 2 Grade 7
 Grade 3 Grade 8
 Grade 4 High School
    

 

Estudiante-Friendly normas padres folletos

 Kindergarten grado 5
 grado 1 grado 6
 grado 2 grado 7
 grado 3 grado 8
 grado 4 Escuela secundaria
    

 

Estudiante-Friendly normas padres folletos (blanco y negro)

 Kindergarten grado 5
 grado 1 grado 6
 grado 2 grado 7
 grado 3 grado 8
 grado 4 Escuela secundaria
    

 

Student-Friendly Standards List Format

All Grades K-12
 Kindergarten Grade 5
 Grade 1 Grade 6
 Grade 2 Grade 7
 Grade 3 Grade 8
 Grade 4 High School
    

 

Student-Friendly Standards List Format with Numbering

All Grades K-12
 Kindergarten Grade 5
 Grade 1 Grade 6
 Grade 2 Grade 7
 Grade 3 Grade 8
 Grade 4 High School
    

 

Student-Friendly Standards Table Format with Numbering

All Grades K-12
 Kindergarten Grade 5
 Grade 1 Grade 6
 Grade 2 Grade 7
 Grade 3 Grade 8
 Grade 4 High School
    

 

Student Self-Tracking/Portfolio Forms

 Kindergarten Grade 5
 Grade 1 Grade 6
 Grade 2 Grade 7
 Grade 3 Grade 8
 Grade 4 High School
    

 

Student-Friendly Standards Side-by Side with NE State Standards

Student-Friendly Standards Training/Information PowerPoint

 

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English Language Arts Education

2014 English Language Arts Standards

Nebraska’s College and Career Ready Standards for English Language Arts

Adopted by the State Board of Education on September 5, 2014

 2014 ELA Standards – PDF version 

 2014 ELA Standards – Excel file

2014 ELA Standards – PDF vertical format

Nebraska’s standards organized with three levels of specificity:

  • K-12 Comprehensive Statements – Identify broad, general statements that are not grade-level specific and cover big ides in English Language Arts (Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening, and Multiple Literacies.) 
  • Grade-Level Expectations – Statements that identify what students should know and be able to do by the end of each identified grade/band. These are organized into categories, but not course specific.
  • Curricular Indicators – Specific information to distinguish expectations between grade levels. They are no longer simply examples, but are considered an integral part of the standard to be taught.

Nebraska has historically been a local control state with  no mandated curriculum or textbooks. The standards are not meant to be a curriculum. Rather, districts are expected to align their local curriculum to the Nebraska Standards to add more specificity. Nebraska’s draft standards are written using verbiage that describes the knowledge and skills students are expected to master at the various grade levels rather than using performance expectation language. Districts also have the choice to adopt their own standards only if they are more rigorous than the state standards.

The numbering system is illustrated in this graphic:

Explanation of ELA Standards and Indicator

Explanation of ELA Standards and Indicators

What’s New?

Newly released: 2014 ELA Standards Glossary (pdf)

2014 Student Friendly Standards (pdf)

Updated – Standards Instructional Tool Information

 

Sign up for Our Listservs:

Elementary Listserv

Middle Grades Listserv

High School Listserv

Contact Us:

Marissa Payzantmarissa.payzant@nebraska.gov 402-471-4336
Carol Bom, Assistantcarol.bom@nebraska.gov402-471-3962

 

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