Common Core Standards Work Melanie Hurley firstname.lastname@example.org. What I believe…. What will you need today?. GO TO PLC GROUPS FIRST!. Computer Year plan for units/themes (could be textbook if you follow it chapter by chapter) (could be a handwritten calendar) (could be online)
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GO TO PLC GROUPS FIRST!
12:50 Starting with the End in Mind
1:00-2:30 Student Learning Targets
2:30—3:45Blueprint work begins!
Big PictureWhere are we going throughout this year?Build understanding of the Common Core standards for my content and grade I teach.Use the Checklist, map out curriculum resources used (ex. Reading Street, Aventa courses, etc.) and the plan for the year noting what CCSS are taught, when, and for how long. Using the Checklist created, look for gaps in teaching the CCSS.
I’m here to guide you through your learning. This is your time, your school, so please know the following:
Please discuss with your table group the following two questions on the next slide.Note: These two questions are the heart of teaching. All learners needthese two questions answered in every learningexperience.
1. Do we have a reason to learn the information today? Answers the WHY? 2. Do we see how and when we will use the learning in the future? Answers SO WHAT? Real world connection.
Common Core Standards
Blueprints – Pacing Guide
Share Papa Story
BHSU Interns (Title Schools)
Create 2 piles
Label the top one in each pile the following:
Standards I don’t
Standards I Teach:
7.G.2 (draw geometric shapes)
RST.11-12.2 (determine central ideas and themes)
We will write 3 student learning targets with a success criteria after having one modeled and then working in grade level teams using the Know/Understand/Do disaggregated standards.