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Common core and essential standards pre planning

Common Core and Essential StandardsPre-planning

May 5, 2011



Direction for today
Direction for Today

  • Look at vertical alignment – spiraling documents

  • Review operational definitions

  • Dig into the unpacking documents

  • K-2 Math review PAs, Science and Social Studies begin to make some connections between reading info. texts and writing anchor standards with current SCOS)


Deliverables for today
Deliverables for Today

Master copy of vertical alignment review

Feedback on Curriculum Guide template

Implications for CRW

K-2 Math PA with change items indicated

Connection documents science/social studies




Vertical alignment are we heading in the right direction
Vertical Alignment - Are we heading in the right direction?

ELA and Math

  • In your assigned group, review your assigned domain(s) to determine verification of alignment

  • Capture any changes on a Master document (include team member names at top) to turn in before leaving





Common Core Model of Text Complexity

Measures of text complexity, such as word frequency and sentence length, which are typically measured by computer software.

Dimensions of text complexity, such as levels of meaning, structure, language conventionality and clarity, and knowledge demands.

Students' knowledge, motivation and interests.


Meaningful Metaphors

Element

Literal

Pattern

Abstract

Relationship

Literal

Pattern

Element

Blood from veins pumps through the

superior vena cava into...

Refrigerant is pumped through a coil...

Pump moves liquid through a system to make an exchange.

Heat Pump

Heart


Your Turn

Element

Literal

Pattern

Abstract

Relationship

Literal

Pattern

Element

Text Complexity


Informational text
Informational Text

To survive and succeed in the Information Age, students need to learn how to find the information they need and how to evaluate the information they find. Students will have to become effective information seekers and develop as critical readers.


Bend to boom
“Bend to Boom”

Bend to boom and attach outhaul. Secure tack to gooseneck and attach main halyard. Hoist mainsail while making sure battens are in their pockets. Sail will not go into masthead if vang, mainsheet, or outhaul are not loose.

Directions: Please read and write a 2 sentence summary.


Balanced literacy
Balanced Literacy

Balanced literacy is a framework for

providing opportunities for students to talk,

listen, read, write, and interact with a variety

of texts including:

  • Teacher read aloud

  • Guided reading

  • Shared reading

  • Modeling

  • Independent Reading

  • Writing Workshop

  • Reader’s Workshop

  • Literature Study

  • Word Study


Balanced literacy activity
Balanced Literacy (activity)

Over the course of a week, what would this look like in your course/grade level?


Integrated curriculum
Integrated Curriculum

Work with your table team to complete the T chart.

What it is…

What it isn’t…


Integrated curriculum1
Integrated Curriculum

Integrated curriculum is a way to teach students that attempts to break down barriers between subjects and make learning more meaningful to students. Integrating curriculum helps students to make connections between subjects.


Anchor standards

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards (CCR)

provide broad standards, that define the skills and understandings that all students must demonstrate.

Define literacy expectations for college and workforce readiness and are divided into four strands: Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening, and Language.

Grade Specific Standards

provide additional specificity that define the skills and understandings that all students must demonstrate.

Grade-specific standards define end-of-year expectations and correspond to the same-numbered CCR strand and standard.

Anchor Standards


Anchor standards1
Anchor Standards

Name your graduate! (he or she)

Your graduate is getting ready to go to college/enter the work force. If she has mastered your category of anchor standards, what qualities & skills will she possess when she leaves I-SS that will make her successful? List these qualities & skills on your picture.


8 mathematical practices
8 Mathematical Practices

The Standards for Mathematical Practice describe varieties of expertise that mathematics educators at all levels should seek to develop in their students.

These practices rest on important “processes and proficiencies” with longstanding importance in mathematics education.


8 mathematical practices1
8 Mathematical Practices

  • Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.

  • Reason abstractly and quantitatively.

  • Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.

  • Model with mathematics.

  • Use appropriate tools strategically.

  • Attend to precision.

  • Look for and make use of structure.

  • Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning.


Putting the 8 practices into practice
Putting the 8 Practices into Practice

Create a non-linguistic representation of what a classroom engaged in the 8 mathematical practices:

Looks like

Sounds like

Feels like (to teacher & students)


Reflecting on our learning
Reflecting on Our Learning

How do these practices:

  • increase student learning?

  • improve professional practice?



Digging into the standards
Digging into the Standards

  • In groups K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12 review the DPI provided unpacking documents based on our current understanding of unpacking the standards based on our work with Classroom Assessment for Student Learning (CASL)

  • Review the sample Curriculum Guide Template provided and provide feedback on a Master to be turned in at the end of the session



Where do we go from here1
Where do we go from here?

  • CRW

  • All teams will work on:

    • digging deeper into the standards

    • unpacking the standards (academic vocabulary, learning targets, curriculum guides)

    • vertical alignment/spiraling

    • K-2 Math Only – Revise PAs to align to new math standards

    • All other subject areas will review PAs to make any edits noted as major concerns last year—No major revisions


Where do we go from here?

  • ERPD for 2011-12

  • Text complexity

  • Reading and writing in the content areas

  • Informational Texts

  • 8 Math Practices

  • ELA Anchor Standards


Where do we go from here?

  • Before you leave:

  • What are the other implications that should be considered for CRW?

  • What resources will you need at CRW?

  • What else do you need to know before CRW?

  • What other questions might teachers have?


Deliverables for today1
Deliverables for Today

Master copy of vertical alignment review

Feedback on Curriculum Guide template

Implications for CRW

K-2 Math PA with change items indicated

Connection documents science/social studies


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