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Eleventh & Twelfth Grade ELA. Eleventh & Twelfth Grade ELA How to use your grade-level documents: Cover Sheet from Regional Curriculum Document --The primary use of this document is to help determine the number and complexity of texts selected throughout the year for each module.
It also establishes the quantity and text types for writing that students should be doing in each module. Regional Curriculum Map --This document takes what is organized in the Regional Curriculum Document and establishes a planning tool for district-level curriculum writing. For each module, the map lists a description, enduring understandings, critical content, and skills. Grade 11-12 Cover Sheet (DOCX -31 KB) Grade 11 Curriculum Map (DOCX -48 KB) Grade 11 Module 1 (PDF -216 KB)
General. Speaking and Listening. Common Core “I Can” Statements (Updated 5/30) « Turn On Your Brain. My I Can Statements for 9-10th grades.
My I can Posters for 9-10th grades. Standards-Aligned Question Stems for grades 9-10. CCSS Vertical Progressions ELA for grades K-12. Update 5/30: So, you’re looking for help with all the grade levels? April Wulber, Darke County Ohio ESC ELA Specialist and ORC Ambassador, has posted her I Can Statements for all grade levels (K-12!) Figure out how to deconstruct the common core standards using my guide based on Jan Chappuis’ Classroom Assessment for Student Learning (2011) Have you heard about “I can” statements?
My goal for this year is to incorporate my student-friendly CCSS into both my lesson plans and my classroom. My three goals for this year for an overall overhaul of my classroom are… 1. 2. 3. Ambitious goals, but finishing these “I can’s” was such a huge step in the right direction. Like this: Like Loading... Mapping Documents: DarkeNet. Common Core for the Holidays. MagellanTech4U - Core Essentials Online Resources. Online Resources for Common Core and North Carolina Essential StandardsNC Curriculum and Standard Course of Study Webpage merged to provide links all in one locationNC DPI Wiki Central Collection of valuable resources for NC Educators Links to North Carolina Common Core and Essential StandardsInstructional Support Tools for the NC Essential Standards Common Core Support ToolsStandards for Mathematical PracticeShifts in ELA and MathematicsLearnNC Resources linked to Common Core and Essential Standards Social Studies:DPI K-12 Social Studies Wiki Information and resourcesSocial Studies at NCWise OwlSocial Studies Learning Activity types: From College of William and Mary: 44 identified types of social studies learning activities.
Examples of supporting technologies for each.Science:DPI Science Wiki Information and resourcesScience at NCWise OwlScience Learning Activity types: From College of William and Mary:40 identified types of science learning activities. TCH Special.
TCRWP - Teachers College Reading & Writing Project. Lesson planning. Writing. English Language Arts. The State Board of Education has adopted the Common Core State Standards in English language arts as part of Ohio's New Learning Standards for academic learning.
The Kindergarten - Grade 12 standards will be fully in use in Ohio classrooms by 2014-2015, when assessments that align to the standards are in place. ODE encourages districts to start implementing the Ohio's New Learning Standards now to better prepare students for 2014-2015 and beyond. Introduction to Ohio's New Learning Standards for ELA, Model Curriculum, and Assessment Content Standards Information on the learning standards. PARCC Model Content Framework The PARCC Model Content Framework is to serve as a bridge between the Common Core State Standards and the PARCC assessments and designed with the following purposes in mind: Supporting implementation of the Common Core State Standards, and Informing the development of item specifications and blueprints for the PARCC assessments in grades 3–8 and high school.
More Information. Common Core Curriculum Maps. Wondering About Common Core and Complex Text? - Common Core State Standards TOOLBOX. "A lot of reading skills students can apply with a simple text, but can't do so much with a challenging text.
"- Dr. Timothy Shanahan Blocked from YouTube? No problem. Does the information in this chart* cause you concern? *CCSS Appendix A: CCSS Lexile Bands How will you help ALL of your students access the required complex text? You may be thinking, why should I give my struggling readers such difficult text when I know they can’t read it? In a blog post from this summer, Dr. So why is the common core making such a big deal out of having kids read hard text? You can view the summary or download the ACT report right here. Watch Dr. Dr. Www.mhecommoncoretoolboxtn.com.