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Supt. Conference Day January 30, 2012 Today’s Objectives. 1. Use the Six Instructional Shifts in the Common Core Learning Standards (CCLS) as a lens to view the entire design process to ensure that it aligns to the essence of the CCLS.

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supt conference day january 30 2012 today s objectives
Supt. Conference DayJanuary 30, 2012Today’s Objectives

1. Use the Six Instructional Shifts in the Common Core Learning Standards (CCLS) as a lens to view the entire

design process to ensure that it aligns

to the essence of the CCLS.

2. Unwrap the Common Core Learning Standards (CCLS) for English Language Arts (ELA) to determine what

students need to know, do and understand.

here s what our day looks like
Here’s what our day looks like…

8:00 - 9:00am Background information

9:00 - 11:30am Unwrapping the Standards

  • Writing standards
  • Language standards

11:30 - 12:30 Lunch on your own

12:30 - 2:30 Meet back in my room - assess where we are, where we are headed, any questions

Continue unwrapping the Standards

    • Reading standards
hmmm sounds kind of ambitious for an early monday morning when your brain is still half asleep well
Hmmm…sounds kind of ambitious for an early Monday morning…when your brain is still half asleep…well…
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Common Core Standards – English Language Arts K-12

The standards are organized into three main sections

Standards for

English Language Arts

—and—

Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects

GRADES K-5

Standards for

English Language Arts

GRADES 6-12

Standards for

Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects

GRADES 6-12

Each section is divided into strands

Reading

Writing

Speaking & Listening

Language

Reading

Writing

Speaking & Listening

Language

Reading

Writing

Each strand features grade-level standards that are anchored in

college and career readiness standards

instructional shifts for the common core
Instructional Shifts for the Common Core

Six Shifts in ELA/Literacy

  • Balancing Informational & Literary Text
  • Building Knowledge in the Disciplines
  • Staircase of Complexity
  • Text-Based Answers
  • Writing From Sources
  • Academic Vocabulary
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The Anchor Standards

The anchor standards are the same for grades K-12. It is the grade level expectations that vary as students progress toward becoming college and career ready.

other elements of writing standards
Other Elements of Writing Standards

Production/Distribution of Writing

Research to Build and Present Knowledge

these two areas can be done as a cluster rather than individually
These two areas can be done as a cluster rather than individually.

Production and Distribution of Writing and Research to Build and Present Knowledge

so what are we going to do for the rest of the day
So, what are we going to do for the rest of the day?
  • Want to individually unwrap the Writing and Language standards.
  • For the rest of the morning, want to start with the Writing standards and if possible move onto the Language standards.
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Be sure to unwrap the standards individually first, then with your grade level. The ultimate goal would be to unwrap the standards and make them kid-friendly. This morning’s goal is to work on unwrapping the Writing and Language standards.

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Resources to use:Your own CCLS – copy or mark them up OR you can use:Links off of my teacher webpage –Erie2 ELA wiki spaces page and the templates – if you are somewhat tech savvy you could use the template and copy and paste the standards onto the template for a typed copy!http://e2ela.wikispaces.com/CCSS

hope you had a good lunch
Hope you had a good lunch!

Let’s assess where we are, where we are headed, and hopefully answer any questions you

might have.

The plan for the rest of the day: continue unwrapping the Standards – the Reading standards this afternoon.

Meet back in my room at 2:30 to wrap

things up.

what have you learned
What have you learned?
  • As you unwrapped the writing standards, what did you notice?
  • What questions does this examination of the standards raise?
  • Which writing standards might you focus on in the development of your unit?