Just click on either picture to go to the document. Now, WIDA is not aligned to any of the state or country-wide standards, so be conscious of the standards you are teaching while going through these documents. Here is the link for the WIDA site- you may find the original PDF's useful as well when you're looking to modify your plans or assessments.
If you're a Language Arts/English teacher, you may want to check this out as well- the NJDOE has created a model curriculum that ties WIDA proficiency levels to the Common Core. I have been piloting the program since January in my classes, and both myself and my teaching partner will be implementing it (adjusted to suit our students' needs and abilities of course) in September.
Above is an example of the NJDOE Model Curriculum, which would work for any state using Common Core, and any classroom with ELL's. You can see the CCSS standard, all the objectives for that standard, then the correlation to the WIDA proficiency levels (in blue) which make it so easy to plan for the ESL students in your class!
I hope this was helpful for anyone planning modifications! Send me an email if you have questions and I'll do my best to help out.