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Race To The Top English Language Arts Standards. Common Core State Standards Initiative Preparing America ’ s Students for College & Career Presented by: Katrina Raynor, K-5 PD Lead Lorin Grimmett, 6-12 PD Lead August 19, 2011. Using the Essential Standards to Improve Student Achievement.

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Race to the top english language arts standards

Race To The TopEnglish Language Arts Standards

Common Core State Standards Initiative

Preparing America’s Students for College & Career

Presented by:

Katrina Raynor, K-5 PD Lead

Lorin Grimmett, 6-12 PD Lead

August 19, 2011


Using the essential standards to improve student achievement

Using the Essential Standards to Improve Student Achievement

This overview will show you…

  • What the essential standards are and how they were developed.

  • The appropriate use of essential standards in the classroom.

  • How you can use essential standards to guide your school’s instructional program.


North carolina professional teaching standards

North Carolina Professional Teaching Standards

  • Standard III: Teachers know the content they teach.

  • Standard IV: Teachers facilitate learning for their students.

  • Standard V: Teachers reflect on their practice.


Race to the top english language arts standards

COMMON CORE VS. ESSENTIAL STANDARDS

COMMON CORE

Developed by N.C personnel

Has connections to National Standards

Applies to all subjects other than Math and Language Arts

Uses revised Blooms’ for the standards

National Association with 43 other states and the District of Columbia

APPLIES TO LANGUAGE ARTS AND MATH ONLY!

Comprehensive K-12 standards

NEW BASIS FOR

LEARNING IN

N. CAROLINA

2012-13

ESSENTIAL STANDARDS


Key foundations

Key Foundations

  • The Common Core State Standards are written using the Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy.

  • Next year (2012-2013) all public schools in NC will transition from Standard Course of Study to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS).


Revised bloom s taxonomy

Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy

  • Provides the framework used for all NC Essential Standards.

  • Common language for ALL curriculum areas.

  • The six categories were changed in 2001 from a noun to verb.

  • Focus is on more of a product to show learning.

  • The revision provides a clear & concise representation of the alignment between standards & educational goals.


Revised bloom s taxonomy learning to think

Revised Bloom’s TaxonomyLearning to Think

Original Terms

  • Evaluation

  • Synthesis

  • Analysis

  • Application

  • Comprehension

  • Knowledge

    THEN

New Terms

  • Creating

  • Evaluating

  • Analyzing

  • Applying

  • Understanding

  • Remembering

    NOW


Race to the top english language arts standards

OVERVIEW OF THE

ELA COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS

Participants will gain an understanding of the

design and organization of the CCSS document.


Design

Design

There are four strands:

  • Reading

  • + Reading Foundational Skills K-5

  • Writing

  • Speaking and Listening

  • Language

    The ELA Common Core supports an integrated model of literacy.

    There are media requirements blended throughout.


Reading foundational skills grades k 5

Reading Foundational SkillsGrades K-5

  • Print concepts (K−1)

  • Phonological awareness (K−1)

  • Phonics and word recognition (K−5)

  • Fluency (K−5)


College and career readiness ccr anchor standards

College and Career Readiness (CCR) Anchor Standards

  • The CCR Anchor Standards:

  • Have broad expectations consistent across grades and content areas.

  • Are based on evidence

  • about college and workforce training expectations.

  • Expect instruction to cover a broad range of increasingly challenging text.


Intentional design limitations

Intentional Design Limitations

The Standards do NOT define:

  • How teachers should teach.

  • All that can or should be taught.

  • The nature of advanced work beyond the core.

  • The interventions needed for students well below grade level.

  • The full range of support for English Language Learners and students with special needs.

  • Everything needed to be college and career ready.


Race to the top english language arts standards

High School Literature

  • The scope and sequence of literature allows for a literary experience that carries not only a global perspective but an opportunity to view U.S. literature and literary nonfiction within a global lens.

The literature selections provide a vehicle by which to teach the CCSS standards and ensure that students will have a rich and diverse understanding of literature by the end of their senior year.


Design considerations

Design Considerations

  • The Standards use individual grade levels in kindergarten through Grade 8 to provide useful specificity; the Standards use two-year bands in grades 9-12 to allow schools, districts, and states flexibility in high school course design.


Where to find this information

Where to find this information

  • Jones County Schools

  • NCDPI


Race to the top english language arts standards

August 19, 2011 – Overview of Common Core & Essential Standards for

Content AreasAugust 22, 2011 – Convocation at Jones Senior High School – Complete

Module 1 for RttTSeptember 23, 2011 – ½ Day Staff Development – Complete Module 2 for

RttTOctober 31, 2011 – Required Workday – Common Core & Essential

Standards Pacing Guides

January 23, 2012 – Required Workday – Common Core & Essential

Standards Pacing GuidesFebruary 17, 2012 – ½ Day Staff Development – Complete Module 4 for

RttTMarch 29, 2012 – ½ Day Staff Development – Complete Module 5 for RttT

March 30, 2012 – Required Workday – Common Core & Essential

Standards Pacing GuidesJune 12, 2012 – Required Workday – Common Core & Essential

Standards Pacing Guides Wrap-Up


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