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  A Guide to Using the Common Framework of Reference (CFR) with Learners of English as an Additional Language
The Common Framework of Reference (CFR) is a criterion-referenced performance scale that supports educators as they work with a growing demographic of learners that require English as an Additional Language (EAL) supports.
  A Guide to Using the Common Framework of Reference (CFR) with Learners of English as an Additional Language (FR)
Échelle globale du Cadre commun de référence (CCR): Pour les familles et les élèves d’anglais langue additionnelle (ALA)
  Appendix B: CFR Charts for Middle Level
A Guide to Using the Common Framework of Reference (CFR) Appendix B: CFR Charts for Middle Level
  Appendix B: CFR Charts for the Elementary Level
A Guide to Using the Common Framework of Reference (CFR) Appendix B: CFR Charts for the Elementary Level
  Appendix B: Charts for Secondary Level
A Guide to Using the Common Framework of Reference (CFR) Appendix B: Charts for Secondary Level
  CFR Reading Rubrics Gr 1-8 - June 2014
Reading Rubrics offer criteria that describe student performance at various stages of reading proficiency. Rubrics provide guidelines for judging quality and make expectations explicit.
  CFR Reading Rubrics Gr 9-12 - February 2015
Reading Rubrics offer criteria that describe student performance at various stages of reading proficiency. Rubrics provide guidelines for judging quality and make expectations explicit.
  CFR Writing Rubrics & Exemplars Gr 1-8 - June 2014
Writing Rubrics offer criteria that describe student performance at various stages of writing proficiency. Rubrics provide guidelines for judging quality and for making expectations explicit. Writing Exemplars demonstrate a student’s writing skills or performance at a particular level of achievement.
  CFR Writing Rubrics & Exemplars Gr 9-12 - June 2014
Writing Rubrics offer criteria that describe student performance at various stages of writing proficiency. Rubrics provide guidelines for judging quality and for making expectations explicit. Writing Exemplars demonstrate a student’s writing skills or performance at a particular level of achievement.