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Literacy Tools - LDC

This channel presents the work of the Literacy Design Collaborative (LDC). Understand the LDC framework, learn how to use the templates to create reading/writing assignments, and view sample modules for ELA, social studies and science developed by teachers.

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Math Tools - Classroom Challenges

This channel features formative assessment lessons and instructional videos for mathematics aligned to the Common Core.

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Common Core Glossary

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Evidence – Facts, figures, details, quotations, or other sources of data and information that provide support for claims or an analysis and that can be evaluated by others; should appear in a form and be derived from a source widely accepted as appropriate to a particular discipline, as in details or quotations from a text in the study of literature and experimental results in the study of science.

 

Navigating Text Complexity

 

Writing and the Common Core (course)

 

Using the New York Times: Common Text Types

We’ll be exploring the new Common Core State Standards, and how teaching with The Times can address them, through a series of blog posts. You can find them all here, tagged “the NYT and the CCSS.”

Last summer we took our first stab at thinking about how the Common Core Standards might apply to what we do on The Learning Network. . .



 

Curriculum Maps ELA

 

Sue Casagrand's Symbaloo

 

What are the shifts?

 

TextProject

 

Common Core for School Librarians

 

NYC Dept. of Education

For the 2012-13 school year, teachers should explore ways to focus on these shifts:

  • In math require fluency, application and conceptual understanding; and
  • In ELA, social studies, and science require students to ground reading, writing, and discussion in evidence from text.
Grades 9-10 Literacy: The Power of New Media
Description:
The Power of New Media is the culminating task in a 2-3 week unit that uses the topic of new media and its impact on youth to and on the world as a means to teach students how to analyze and investigate informational texts. Students demonstrate their mastery of the content and their ability to synthesize informational across texts by writing an essay on the effects of media use on young people.
Grade:
9th-10th
Subject:
English Language Arts (ELA)

Grades 9-10 Literacy: Speeches - Arguments and Methods
Description:
This task asks students to write an argumentative essay in which they make a case for the speaker who they think makes the strongest argument to promote racial equality. Students consider each speaker’s use of claims, counterclaims, reasons, evidence, and methods when making their determination.
Grade:
9th-10th
Subject:
English Language Arts (ELA)
 

P21 Common Core Toolkit

 

Pennsylvania SAS/Common Core

Standards Aligned System & the Common Core

Pennsylvania Common Core Standards (Draft Versions)

PA Common Core Appendices

ELA Assessment Anchors and Eligible Content (Draft Versions)

Mathematics Assessment Anchors and Eligible Content (Draft Versions)

ELA Emphasis Guides

Mathematics Emphasis Guides and Cluster Matrices

 

NEA Common Core Toolkit

 

Sample Items & Performance Tasks

 

OER Common Core Resources

Common Core Reference Collection: Common Core implementation plans, transition guides, assessment tasks, exemplars and curriculum, indexed from across the U.S.

Common Core Aligned Resources: K-12 resources aligned to the Common Core State Standards. Add your resource quality ratings and comments.

 

Quick Guide to the Common Core

 

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