English Language Arts

  

Common Core Standards

To find out what skills your child is expected to master,

click on the link above and use the menu on the left side of the page to select an ELA standard (for example: writing) and click on your child's grade

Teacher's College: Reading and Writing Project

     At PS 230, we offer our students a rich learning experience.  Every day our students receive instruction in reading, writing, math, social studies and science.  Our teachers use various curriculum resources to ensure that all students are able to achieve academic success. 

 

Reading and Writing

 

     PS 230 teachers use Units of Study from Columbia University's Teachers College Reading and Writing Project as a resource to create our reading and writing curricula.

     To learn more about the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project, please click here.

     The Teachers College Reading and Writing Project offers links to free websites that parents can use to support their children's reading and writing.  

     Click on any of the subject areas ("Get Them Reading," "Get Them Writing") to discover online educational resources.

 

     Please visit Grade-Level Pages  for more information about the reading and writing units each month.

Book of the Month

October 2018

   Theme:  Time & Effort

  

Ralph Tells a Story,

by Abby Hanlon

Click here for more

Books of the Month!

Sight Words

   Many words are used so often that it's easier to memorize them and read them "by sight."

   Practice your sight words every week to make reading more fun!

   Click here for sight word lists and flashcards that you can print and practice with at home.

Reading Lists

Benchmarks & Assessments

How do teachers determine your child's reading level?

Click below for more information:

Understanding Assessments:  a presentation by Mrs. Della Ragione, Principal on October 18, 2018

MyOn

BrainPop

  

BrainPop, BrainPop Jr. and BrainPop ELL are available FREE for all PS 230 students!

 

If you need help logging on, please contact Ms. Jill at jreinier@schools.nyc.gov.

Pebble Go

  

Pebble Go is available free to all PS 230 students. 

If you need help logging on, contact Ms. Jill at jreinier@schools.nyc.gov