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Crossing the Bridge to Common Core & Essential Standards Day 4. Heidi Elmoustakim Secondary Literacy Specialist 9-12 Southern High School. Student Learning Targets Assignment. Why is the Common Core so important?. Our world is changing faster than our schools and classrooms are!.

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Crossing the bridge to common core essential standards day 4

Crossing the Bridge to Common Core & Essential StandardsDay 4

Heidi Elmoustakim

Secondary Literacy Specialist 9-12

Southern High School


Student learning targets assignment

Student Learning Targets Assignment


Why is the common core so important

Why is the Common Core so important?

Our world is changing faster

than our schools and classrooms are!


Crossing the bridge to common core essential standards day 4

Interquartile Ranges Shown (25% - 75%)

1600

1400

1200

Text Lexile Measure (L)

1000

800

600

High

School

Literature

College

Textbooks

Military

High

School

Textbooks

Personal

Use

Entry-Level

Occupations

SAT 1,

ACT,

AP*

College

Literature

* Source of National Test Data: MetaMetrics


Crossing the bridge to common core essential standards day 4

Same materials…

Same instruction…

Same assessments…

Same feedback…

SAME RESULTS!

Don’t be this person…


Crossing the bridge to common core essential standards day 4

Nostalgia is like a grammar

lesson:  you find the present tense,

but the past perfect!  ~Owens Lee Pomeroy

Common Core is our present and future…

it is time to get comfortable with it.


Begin with the end in mind sbac

Begin with the end in mind…SBAC

  • Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium

  • North Carolina is a governing state

  • Next generation assessments for implementation in 2014-2015

  • Samples, research, data, and item specifications are available on their website

    http://www.smarterbalanced.org/


Course overviews

Course Overviews

Standards Included in Units

  • Literature & Informational text reading standards paired

  • Italicized standards notate Gap Standards that are new for North Carolina.

  • Bold standards notate Power Standards that are heavily weighted on Standardized Tests.

  • Italicized and Boldindicates the standard is both a Gap and a Power Standard.


Course overviews1

Course Overviews

Unit Titles

  • suggested concepts to unify instruction

  • concept based unit plans available

  • teachers may develop their own units using appropriate alternate concepts

  • DPS Unit Plan Template is the district standard for planning instructional units


Sample unit a closer look

Sample Unit… a closer look


Concept based instruction

Concept Based Instruction

UNDERSTAND

CONCEPT

KNOW

DO


Concept based unit planning process

Concept Based Unit Planning Process


Concept based unit planning process continued

Concept Based Unit Planning Process (continued)


Kudo student checklists by grade level

KUDO Student Checklists by grade level

  • Developed by grade level PLCs

  • Complete checklists available by grade level on DEPOT

  • Can be used by students for self assessment and reflection

  • Helps students become self-advocates


Instruction assessment calendars

Instruction & Assessment Calendars

  • Units provide pacing and sequencing for CCSS.

  • District assessments are created according to the pacing and sequencing from these units.


Close reading of a text

Close reading of a text

  • Shorter texts or excerpts of longer texts

  • Think aloud/Question the Author type questions

  • Helps struggling students grapple and persist with difficult texts

  • Helps advanced students extend thinking and make complex connections


Department plc performance task must submit both tasks before leaving today

Department & PLC Performance Task*must submit both tasks before leaving today

  • Your department must complete and submit the formative assessment plan and products.

  • Your building PLCs must complete and submit the close reading script. PLC leaders may pick up their exemplar text on their way out.


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