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Content Standards and Grade-Level Expectations
English Program

2007

Concepto Artístico Reinaldo Santiago Serpa Técnico de Artes Gráficas y Escenografía Fotografías Norma N. Curet Ayala Fotógrafa

Derechos Reservados Conforme a la Ley Departamento de Educación de Puerto Rico

NOTIFICACIÓN DE POLÍTICA PÚBLICA
El Departamento de Educación no discrimina por razón de raza, color,género, nacimiento, origen nacional, condición social, ideas políticas o religiosas, edad o impedimento en sus actividades, servicios educativos y oportunidades de empleo.

NOTA ACLARATORIA
Para propósitos de carácter legal en relación con la Ley de Derechos Civiles de 1964, el uso de los términos maestro, director, supervisor, estudiante y cualquier otro que pueda hacer referencia a ambos géneros,incluye tanto al masculino como al femenino.

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EDITORIAL BOARD

Dr. Rafael Aragunde Secretary of Education

Dr. Yolanda Vilches Undersecretary for Academic Affairs

Prof. Myrna Rodríguez Director for Academic Affairs

Prof. Pura Cotto López English Program Director

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The English Program acknowledges the educational pioneers of 1996that set out to create the initial standards. In 2000, the document was given an instructional redesign in order to continue to work towards academic achievement. Through professional development and solid, aligned instructional materials, teachers expressed a sense of confidence and support. Most importantly, students have consistently demonstrated academic achievement. During the 2007-2008 schoolyear, the program went through another revision to develop content standards and rigorous grade level expectations in order to continue the mission and challenge that every student will become a life-long learner. The English Program acknowledges the following educators who were so willingly committed to contributing not only to the program, but also to ensuring that children and educators were thefirst and foremost consideration when revising the standards. As teachers use this document to plan instruction to meet the needs of all learners, the English Program hopes that all those involved approach the teaching process with a sense of shared responsibility that must be aimed to continue attaining higher levels of academic achievement. With this in mind, and an ever-present commitmenttowards our responsibilities in developing literacy, we will be able to guarantee development and academic excellence for each and every student in Puerto Rico.

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Editors
Prof. Pura Cotto López
English Program Director

Prof. Noelle Morris
Project Manager

Prof. Anthony Rosado
Program Coordinator

Dr. Gloriana Dominguez
Bilingual Project Coordinator

Prof. Elba I. Otero-RiveraCurriculum Specialist/Teacher Advocate

Prof. María E. Beníquez
Curriculum Specialist/Spanish Liaison

Prof. Roberto Delgado Delgado
English Supervisor, Lares

Prof. Delia Fiore Vega
English Supervisor, Cataño

Prof. Mabel Maldonado Torres
English Supervisor, Salinas

Prof. Marilyn Medina Martínez
English Supervisor, Las Marías

Prof. Eunice Vélez Pabón
English Supervisor, CaboRojo

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Contributing Educators
Writers
Sandra I. Arocho Torres
English Supervisor, Arecibo II

Gladys Padín Bermúdez
English Supervisor, Camuy

Luz Elaine Ayala Ortiz
Teacher, José Mercado, Caguas II

Giselda González Marín
Special Education Teacher, Instituto Loaiza Cordero, San Juan I

Eva M. Miranda Molina
Teacher, Francisco Matías Lugo, Carolina II

Wilda Muñiz OrtizTeacher, Dr. Juan J. Maunez, Naguabo

Patricia Nieves Sánchez
Teacher, José Mercado, Caguas II

Lorenza Ortiz García
Special Education Teacher, Instituto Loaiza Cordero, San Juan I

Teresa V. Ramos Mesa
Teacher, S.U. Silverio García, Naguabo

Isabel Rodríguez
Teacher, Georgina Baquero, Canóvanas

Luz Yolanda Sejuela Amador
Teacher, Dr. Agustín Stahl, Bayamón II

Kathleen Suárez...
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