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Louisiana’s Implementation of Common Core State Standards. General Awareness Webinar. Common Core State Standards. Agenda. Background Information Implementation Plan and Timeline Content Overview Assessments Upcoming Initiatives. Common Core State Standards.

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common core state standards
Common Core State Standards

Agenda

  • Background Information
  • Implementation Plan and Timeline
  • Content Overview
  • Assessments
  • Upcoming Initiatives
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Common Core State Standards

Evidence of Needed Change in Louisiana

  • About 60% of jobs nationwide will require some type of postsecondary education by 20181
  • More Louisiana jobs are requiring a postsecondary education2; of those:
    • 69% require vocational training, certification, or associate degree
    • 31% require bachelor degree
  • Many Louisiana students are ill-equipped to succeed in college
    • Louisiana’s college retention and graduation rates are among the lowest in the Southeast region (SREB) and the nation3
    • About one third of first-time freshmen need remediation in college level courses4

1 Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, June 2010

2 Louisiana Workforce Commission, 2009 Job Vacancy Survey

3 Southern Regional Education Board Fact Book on Higher Education, 2009

4 LDOE First-Time Freshmen and Developmental Rates, Public School Data, 2007-08

content standards
Content Standards

What are Content Standards?

  • Statements that define what a student should know and be able to do
    • at the end of specific time period or grade level
    • in a specific subject area
  • Grade Level Expectations (GLEs)
    • Term used in Louisiana for content standards for a specific grade
    • Synonymous to “Standards” in Common Core State Standards
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Common Core State Standards

Why Common Standards?

Identify what students really need to know to progress each year in K-12 and to be successful in college and in the workplace

Allow more time for teaching foundational content and increase students’ mastery of it

Allow comparisons of student achievement across states

Help students keep pace with an advancing workforce

Prepare students to compete with their American peers and with students from around the world

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Common Core State Standards

Grade Levels and Content

  • English Language Arts and Mathematics
    • Incorporate College & Career Ready (CCR)standards
      • Define skills and knowledge that a high school graduate should have in order to be college and career ready
      • “College” includes technical college, community college, four-year college or university
  • Prekindergarten Standards
    • Developed by Louisiana educators to align with kindergarten CCSS
  • Science Content Standards
    • Next Generation Science Standards currently under development by national groups
  • Social Studies Content Standards
    • Revised by committees of state educators in 2010-11
    • Approved by BESE for implementation in 2014-15
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Common Core State Standards

What about Standards for Science and Social Studies?

  • Literacy standards (College and Career Anchor Standards) for science, social studies, and technical subjects are included in CCSS for ELA
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Implementation Overview

New assessments and new LCC for ELA and mathematics will be phased in over several years

No changes - current curriculum, current assessments

Curriculum - some GLEs deleted, some GLEs remain, some CCSS added

Assessments – based on GLEs that remain in curriculum

Curriculum and assessments based on CCSS only

curriculum implementation plan
Curriculum Implementation Plan

2012-13: Transition Year #1

Social Studies and Science

  • Implement
    • new LCC* in Civics and US History courses (required)
    • new LCC* in World Geography and World History (recommended)
  • Create
    • new LCC in grades K-12 science
  • Create new PreK integrated curriculum based on CCSS and new social studies and science standards

ELA and Math

  • Implement
    • new LCC in grades K -1 aligned to ELA and math CCSS
    • transitional LCC in grades 2 and higher in ELA and math
  • Create
    • new LCC for grades 2 and higher aligned to ELA and math CCSS
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Curriculum Implementation Plan

2013-14: Transition Year #2

Social Studies and Science

  • Continue to use
    • new LCC in Civics and US History courses (required)
    • new LCC in World Geography and World History (recommended)
  • Implement new PreK integrated curriculum based on CCSS and new social studies and science standards

ELA and Math

  • Implement
    • new LCC in grade 2 in ELA and math
  • Continue to use
      • transitional LCC in grades 3 and higher
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Curriculum Implementation Plan

2014-15: Full CCSS Implementation

  • Full Implementation at all grades and core content areas
    • Common Core State Standards in ELA and math
    • State-revised standards for social studies and science
    • New Louisiana Comprehensive Curriculumfor all grades and subjects
    • Grade Specific Standards WILL REPLACE the Grade Level Expectations (GLE’s)
    • Grade Level Expectations (GLE’s) WILL NO LONGER EXIST
related events
Related Events

Completed (2011)

  • Established a CCSS Portal on the LDOE Website
    • www.louisianaschools.net (See Handouts)
    • On home page, click on
      • Common Core Assessments
        • Information related to PARCC
      • Common Core State Standards
        • CCSS in Word and Excel formats
        • Webinars
        • Workshop materials
        • Resources for implementing CCSS
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Common Core State Standards

English Language Arts

english language arts
English Language Arts

CCSS in ELA: Key Ideas

  • Anchored in College and Career Readiness (CCR) standards
  • K-12 standards are grade-level steps to attain CCR standards in
    • Reading (foundational skills, literature, informational texts)
    • Writing
    • Speaking and Listening1
    • Language

More focus will be needed on Speaking and Listening (not on current LA assessments, but will be part of common assessments)

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English Language Arts

CCSS in ELA: Key Ideas Continued

  • Address literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects requiring shared responsibility across the school building for students’ literacy learning
    • Recall information from an experiment, summarize information in notes, and write an explanation of the experiment (science)
    • Integrate information from several texts about a world event to write or speak about it knowledgeably (social studies)
    • Justify a solution to a problem (mathematics)
    • Focus on teaching academic vocabulary in all subjects
  • Require students to read and understand more challenging texts than currently required
  • Emphasize the use of materials to be read for information
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English Language Arts

Shift in Expectations for Reading Texts

Rationale: Proficiently reading complex text is the key factor in determining a student’s readiness for college or a career.

*Reading texts suggested by CCSS are more challenging than those traditionally used.

mathematics
Mathematics

Overview

  • Standards for Mathematical Practice
    • Apply to all grade levels
    • Describe mathematically proficient students
  • Standards for Mathematical Content
    • K-8 standards presented by grade level
    • High school standards presented by conceptual theme

Number and Quantity

Algebra

Functions

Modeling

Geometry

Statistics and Probability

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Mathematics

Six Instructional Shifts1

1 Mathematics Slideshow, http://engageny.org/resource/common-core-in-mathematics-overview/, engageNY

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Mathematics

Six Instructional Shifts1

1 Mathematics Slideshow, http://engageny.org/resource/common-core-in-mathematics-overview/, engageNY

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FEWER

  • CLEARER
  • HIGHER
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Mathematics

Grade-Level Focus Areas

  • Kindergarten – Grade 5
    • Establishes foundation of using and understanding whole numbers, fractions, and decimals
  • Grades 6-8
    • Preparation for geometry, algebra, and probability and statistics
  • High School
    • Emphasis on applying math to solve problems arising in everyday life, society, and the workplace
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Mathematics

Focus Area by Grade Band1

1 Mathematics Slideshow, http://engageny.org/resource/common-core-in-mathematics-overview/, engageNY

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Mathematics

Fluency by Grade1

1 Mathematics Slideshow, http://engageny.org/resource/common-core-in-mathematics-overview/, engageNY

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Mathematics

Significant Content Shifts

assessments
Assessments

Partnership for Assessment of

Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC)

  • A group of states working together to develop high-quality assessments for grades 3-12 aligned to Common Core state standards
  • Governing states have agreed to implement the new assessments in 2014-15
  • Louisiana is a governing state, which also means we have the opportunity to play a significant role in this work
assessment transition plan
Assessment Transition Plan
  • Science and Social Studies
  • 2011-12: No change to current assessments
  • 2012-13 and 2013-14:
    • New US History EOC
    • No change in other social studies and science assessments (still under consideration)

ELA and Math

  • 2011-12: No change to current assessments
  • 2012-13 and 2013-14: Transitional assessments for grades 3-8 and high school
    • Aligned with transitional LCC
    • Adjust by using existing items that best align with CCSS that match GLE
      • Content focus may change
      • “Cut scores” and level of difficulty will remain the same
      • Omit content that will be discontinued, emphasize existing content that aligns with CCSS
      • New CCSS content will not be added until 2014-15
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2014-15 PARCC Assessment Plan
  • PARCC will develop an assessment system composed of four components. Each component will be computer-delivered and will leverage technology to incorporate innovations.
    • Two summative assessment components designed to
      • Make “college- and career-readiness” and “on-track” determinations
      • Measure the full range of standards and full performance continuum
      • Provide data for accountability uses, including measures of growth
    • Two formative assessment components designed to
      • Generate timely information for informing instruction, interventions, and professional development during the school year
      • In ELA/literacy, an additional third formative component will assess students’ speaking and listening skills
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2014-15 PARCC Assessment Plan
  • Summative Assessment Components:
    • Performance-Based Assessment (PBA) administered as close to the end of the school year as possible.
      • ELA/literacy PBA focus - writing effectively when analyzing text
      • Mathematics PBA focus - applying skills, concepts, and understandings to solve multi-step problems requiring abstract reasoning, precision, perseverance, and strategic use of tools
    • End-of-Year Assessment (EOY) administered after approx. 90% of the school year.
      • ELA/literacy EOY focus - reading comprehension
      • Math EOY - composed of innovative, machine-scorable items
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2014-15 PARCC Assessment Plan
  • Formative Assessment Components:
    • Early Assessment
      • indicator of student knowledge and skills
      • allows instruction, supports, and professional development to be tailored to meet student needs
    • Mid-Year Assessment
      • performance-based items and tasks
      • emphasis on hard-to-measure standards
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Common Core State Standards

Terminology of the CCSS

common core abbreviations
Common Core Abbreviations

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards

Reading

Literature

Informational Text

Foundational Skills

Writing

Speaking and Listening

Language

K – 5 ELA Strands

RL Reading Literature

RI Reading Informational Text

RF Reading Foundations

W Writing

SL Speaking and Listening

L Language

Example: RF.3.4 Reading Foundations, Grade level 3, Standard 4

K – 5  Math Domains

CC    Counting and Cardinality

OA    Operations and Algebraic Thinking

NBT  Numbers and operations in Base Ten

MD   Measurement and Data

G       Geometry

NF    Number and operations – Fractions

Example: 3.NBT.1 Grade level 3, Numbers and operations in Base Ten, Standard 1

ela ccss terminology
ELA CCSS Terminology

Sample ELA Standards

Focus Topics from College and

Career Readiness Anchor Standards

RL.K.3

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ELA CCSS ID Numbers

RI . 7 . 2

Grade

Strand

Standard Number

The ELA Common Core State Standards document provides each strand name and its abbreviation. The strand in this example is Reading for Informational Text.

math ccss id numbers
Math CCSS ID Numbers

7.NS.2

Grade

Domain

Standard

Number

The math Common Core State Standards document provides each domain name and its abbreviation. The domain in this example is The Number System.

abbreviations quiz
Abbreviations Quiz

RL.5.3

Strand- Reading Literature Grade - Five Standard - Three

2.OA.4

Grade -Two Domain - Operations & Algebraic Thinking Standard - Four

3.NF.3

Grade - Three Domain - Number & Operations Fractions Standard -Three

SL.4.2

Strand - Speaking & Listening Grade - Four Standard - Two

W.2.10

Strand - Writing Grade - Two Standard - Ten

K.CC.7

Grade - Kindergarten Domain - Counting & Cardinality Standard - Seven

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Common Core State Standards

Grade-Level Content Comparison Reports

ELA

Math

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ELA Common Core Standards: 3 Sections

K – 5

Strands: Reading (Reading Literature, Reading Informational Text, Reading Foundations), Writing, Speaking/Listening, Language

6 – 12 ELA

Strands: Reading (Reading Literature, Reading Informational Text), Writing, Speaking/Listening, Language

6- 12

History/Social Studies, Science, Technical Subjects – focusing on Reading and Writing

College and Career Readiness Standards

Anchor Standards: 4 Categories

Strand: Reading

Key Ideas and Details

Craft and Structure

Integration of Knowledge and Ideas

Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity

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Grade Specific Standards

End of Year Expectations

Craft and Structure

4. Interpret words and phrases as they are used in a text, including determining technical, connotative, and figurative meanings, and analyze how specific word choices shape meaning or tone.

5. Analyze the structure of texts, including how specific sentences, paragraphs, and larger portions of the text (e.g., a section, chapter, scene, or stanza) relate to each other and the whole.

6. Assess how point of view or purpose shapes the content and style of a text.

Identify text features to locate info in text

Identify the front, back, title page

Identify text features and electronic menu

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Grade Specific Standards

End of Year Expectations

Craft and Structure

4. Interpret words and phrases as they are used in a text, including determining technical, connotative, and figurative meanings, and analyze how specific word choices shape meaning or tone.

5. Analyze the structure of texts, including how specific sentences, paragraphs, and larger portions of the text (e.g., a section, chapter, scene, or stanza) relate to each other and the whole.

6. Assess how point of view or purpose shapes the content and style of a text.

Use search tools to locate information

Describe the overall structure

Compare and Contrast the overall structure

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Grade Specific Standards

End of Year Expectations

Use command of conventions when writing or speaking

Conventions of Language

1. Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.

2. Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.

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Successful CCSS Implementation

Achieving Statewide Critical Goals

for Education Through CCSS and Act 54

  • Students enter Kindergarten ready to learn.
  • Students are literate by third grade.
  • Students will enter fourth grade on time.
  • Students perform at or above grade level in English Language Arts by eighth grade.
  • Students perform at or above grade level in math by eighth grade.
  • Students will graduate on time.
  • Students will enroll in post-secondary education or graduate workforce-ready.
  • Students will successfully complete at least one year of post-secondary education.
  • Achieve all eight Critical Goals, regardless of race or class.
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Fitting the Pieces

Together

Value-Added

(ACT 54)

Common Core

State Standards

Literacy

Initiatives

PARCC

Assessments

Rigor Across

Grade Levels

State Critical

Goals

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Common Core State Standards

Need More Information?

E-mail

commoncore@la.gov

Assessment frameworks released

parcconline.org

Call Toll Free

1-877-453-2721

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Next Steps

Regional PD for Common Core

Grade Level/Content Specific Training

School Team Trainings