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Introduction to the ELAOK Framework

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Welcome to the ELA Framework Homepage

 

The Oklahoma Academic Standards for English Language Arts (OAS-ELA) were adopted in the spring of 2016. The Oklahoma State Department of Education wishes to ensure all Oklahoma educators deeply understand the recursive nature of reading and writing to fully meet the intent of the standards. This website supports educators with resources that promote implementing the standards with fidelity.

 

Navigation Tips:

  • The "Wiki" link in the upper left corner of every page leads back to this homepage.
  • The arrow in the upper right corner hides and displays the side column.
  • Watch this short YouTube video for an introduction to the site.  

 

Contact Us:

If you have suggestions or feedback on this site, reach out to the Elementary ELA director, Deb Wade, or the Secondary ELA Director, Jason Stephenson


Grade-Level Frameworks

 

Each grade level has analyses of every objective with teacher and student actions, supporting resources, and teacher insights; proficiency levels with instructional guidance; literacy progressions; and engagement strategies.

 

Pre-K

4th Grade 9th Grade
Kindergarten
5th Grade
10th Grade
1st Grade
6th Grade 11th Grade
2nd Grade
7th Grade
12th Grade
3rd Grade
8th Grade
 

Standards Short Videos

Literacy Progressions


Engagement Strategies

 

 

Oklahoma Academic Standards

for English Language Arts Documents

 

Full Document

 

a complete version of the Oklahoma Academic Standards for English Language Arts, which includes a glossary, the 44 phonemes of the English language, genre guidance, & a grammar companion

Grade-Level Documents

your grade's standards in a succinct PDF
Qualitative Measures Rubric for Text Complexity a way to measure complexity for literary and informational texts, as described on page 90 of the standards document

 

Other Resources

 

 

All resources developed by the OSDE are updated on the English Language Arts page of the State Department of Education website

 

 

 

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