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Title: Common Core State Standards for ELA and Math


1
The New Standard Course of Study
  • Common Core State Standards for ELA and Math
  • and
  • Essential Standards

Tyrrell County Schools In the
beginning. Opening Professional Development
Days Thursday, August 18, 2011
2
TCS Opening Workdays 2011-2012 Professional
Development Goals
  • to provide Tyrrell County teachers and
    para-professionals the opportunity to immerse
    themselves in the new Standard Course of Study
  • to learn about the new Information Technology
    standards and identify effective ways to
    integrate these standards into daily instruction
  • to learn about the Standards for Literacy in
    History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical
    Subjects and identify effective ways to integrate
    these standards into daily instruction
  • to work collaboratively with colleagues on pacing
    guide development and revision in the following
    areas
  • implementation of the new Essential Standards for
    Science this year and identify possible areas for
    science integration,
  • ensure the integration of the Instructional
    Technology Standards,
  • ensure the integration of Literacy Standards
    across grade levels and subject areas.

3
Timeline for the transition
4
Three year process
  • 2011-2012 Develop understanding of New Standard
    Course of Study, begin framework for new pacing
    guides, Implement Information and Technology
    Standards and Science Standards
  • 2012-2013 Implement complete New Standard
    Course of Study using new integrated pacing
    guides developed during the 11-12 school year,
    begin development of assessments
  • 2013-2014 Revise fully integrated pacing guides
    and include sample formative and summative
    assessments.

5
New Professional Development Format
  • Building level content specific teacher leaders
  • Facilitators for a variety of configurations of
    PLCs at the building and district level to guide
    our understanding of the new standards
  • Will serve as a resource for teachers in the
    specific content area (if they dont know an
    answer they will be able to help direct us to the
    answer!)
  • DPI modules
  • 10 professional development days identified
    throughout the school year

6
2011-12 CC/ES Professional Development
  • DPI PD Modules (after they are finalized by DPI
    we will evaluate locally to identify in which we
    want to participate Revised Blooms Taxonomy is
    a strong possibility)
  • PD Days identified for local PLC use
  • District-wide days
  • August 18
  • August 22
  • September30
  • March 16
  • Independent days
  • August 23
  • January 3
  • 4 DoI teacher choice one each marking
    period

7
  • So lets dive in.

8
Its all about
ccountability
  • A
  • C
  • R
  • E

and
urriculum
eform
ffort
9
ACRE website
  • http//www.ncpublicschools.org/acre/

North Carolina's Accountability and Curriculum
Reform Effort - also known as ACRE - is the
state's comprehensive initiative to redefine the
Standard Course of Study for K-12 students, the
student assessment program and the school
accountability model. In undertaking this
ambitious work, North Carolina education leaders
are the first in the nation to address learning
standards, student assessments and school
accountability simultaneously.
10
The New Standard Course of Study
  • This is NOT just the same song a different verse!
  • All of the preliminary training has stressed the
    importance of understanding that we can NOT just
    use our old lessons with these new standards.
  • In this age of easy access to information,
    teacher input is no longer as important as a
    students ability to access information!
  • We must develop our students to be creative and
    critical thinkers and problem solvers!
  • We must teach them how to USE information, not
    just to HAVE information...
  • and be able to discern the accuracy and
    appropriateness of the information they have for
    the task at hand!

11
The world is a different place
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14
Some recent shifts in thought
  • The new 3 Rs
  • Rigor
  • Relevance (real life, authentic)
  • Relationships (not just between people, but
    between IDEAS integration!)
  • The 4 Cs of 21st Century Instruction
  • Creativity and innovation
  • Critical thinking and problem solving
  • Communication
  • Collaboration
  • Bye-bye Madeline Hunter 6-point lesson plan
  • Say hello to the 5E Model of Instruction!
  • http//www.cscope.us/5E.pdf

15
Lets take a closer look at the standards
Where do I need to go to find them?
http//www.ncpublicschools.org/acre/
16
Think Pair Share!
  • At what grade level, strand, essential standard
    and clarifying objective will you find the
    following Information and Technology Standards?
  • K.SE.1.2
  • 8.RP.1.1
  • HS.SI.1.3

17
Information and Technology Standards
  • Broken down into the following strands
  • SI
  • Sources of Information
  • IN
  • Informational Text
  • TT
  • Technology as a Tool
  • RP
  • Research Process
  • SE
  • Safety and Ethical Issues
  • Written
  • Grade Level.
  • Strand.
  • Essential Standard.
  • Clarifying Objective
  • 3.RP.1.1

18
Where else will you see the importance of
integrating the Information and Technology
Standards into your instruction?
19
The Teacher Evaluation Process also requires all
teachers to integrate literacy skills into their
instruction!
20
Shared responsibility for students literacy
development
  • The Standards insist that instruction in reading,
    writing, speaking, listening and language be a
    shared responsibility within the school.
  • The K-5 standards include expectations for
    reading, writing, speaking, listening, and
    language applicable to a range of subjects,
    including but not limited to ELA.
  • The grades 6-12 standards are divided into two
    sections, one for ELA and the other for
    history/social studies, science, and technical
    subjects.

21
Shared responsibility for students literacy
development
  • Part of the motivation behind this
    interdisciplinary approach to literacy is the
    extensive research establishing the need for
    college and career ready students to be
    proficient in reading complex informational text
    independently in a variety of content areas.
  • Most of the required reading in college and
    workforce training programs is informational in
    structure and challenging in content.
  • Postsecondary education programs typically
    provide students with both a higher volume of
    such reading than is generally required in K-12
    schools and comparatively little scaffolding.

22
Career and College Ready Anchor Standards
  • These standards are broad expectations
    consistent
    across grades and content areas.
  • They define general, cross-disciplinary literacy
    expectations that must be met for our students to
    be college and career ready.
  • The CCR standards correspond with each of the ELA
    standards which provides specificity. Together
    they define the cumulative skills and
    understandings that all students must demonstrate
    by the end of each year.
  • There are different College and Career Anchor
    Standards for each ELA Strand.

23
Lets find the Common Core State Standards (CCSS)
  • They can be found at two locations
  • DPI ACRE site
  • http//www.ncpublicschools.org/acre/
  • Common Core State Standards Initiative site
  • http//corestandards.org/

24
Table Activity 1
  • The Common Core ELA Anchor Standards for Reading
    are divided into the following subheadings
  • Key Ideas and Details
  • Craft and Structure
  • Integration of Knowledge and Ideas
  • Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity
  • Task
  • Please discuss with your table mates and
    identify the following
  • In what subheading would your students be working
    if they were discussing the possible meaning of
    a new vocabulary word?

25
Table Activity 2
  • The Common Core ELA Anchor Standards for Writing
    are divided into the following subheadings
  • Text Types and Purposes
  • Production and Distribution of Writing
  • Research to Build Present Knowledge
  • Range of Writing
  • Task
  • Please discuss with your table mates and
    identify the following
  • In what subheading would your students be working
    if they were working collaboratively using a
    wiki-space on a writing task?

26
How are Common Core ELA Standards Identified?
  • The standards are broken down into strands
  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Speaking Listening
  • Language
  • We know that the CCR (Career and College Ready)
    Anchor Standards are important.
  • Sowhere do you think we will find
  • SL.8.3
  • W.1.5
  • L.9-10.6
  • RH.11-12.1
  • RST.11-12.1
  • WHST.11-12.1

27
Common Core ELA Standards are identified by
  • Strand.
  • Grade level or grade span.
  • CCR Anchor Standard number

28
Lets take a quick look at the science standards!
  • While all of us are going to need to revise our
    current pacing guides to include the Information
    and Technology Standards and integrate our
    Literacy Standards
  • those teaching science will need to develop brand
    new integrated pacing guides using the new
    Essential Standards for Science.
  • Why is it important for ALL of us to take some
    time to review the science standards?

29
  • INTEGRATION and COLLABORATION!!

30
Where do we find the Science Essential Standards?
  • DPI ACRE site
  • http//www.ncpublicschools.org/acre/

31
Remember
  • K-8 Science Essential Standards are broken down
    into the following strands
  • Physical Science (P)
  • Earth Science (E)
  • Life Science (L)
  • High School Science Essential Standards are
    divided by specific science area (or subject)
  • Physical Science
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Earth/Environmental

32
How are the science standards numbered?
  • K-8
  • Grade level.
  • Strand.
  • Essential Standard.
  • Clarifying Objective
  • High School
  • Strand.
  • Essential Standard. (Most often more than one so
    standards are numbered ie 1.1, 1.2, 1.3)
  • Clarifying Objective

33
So
  • K.P.1.2 ?
  • 3.L.2.4 ?
  • 6.E.2.3 ?
  • Bio.4.2.2 ?

34
Questions?
35
Follow-up task
  • NEW Standard Course of Study Hunt
  • You can work independently or with colleagues
  • As you look through the curriculum to answer the
    questions, also jot down your thoughtswhat are
    some good things you see concerns?
  • Due date Monday, August 22, 830 AM
  • Purpose To immerse you in the standards and
    begin to develop clarity

36
The New Standard Course of Study
  • Common Core State Standards for ELA and Math
  • and
  • Essential Standards

Tyrrell County Schools In the
beginning. Opening Professional Development
Days Monday, August 22, 2011
37
Todays objectives
  • Discuss the results of the New Standard Course
    of Study Hunt
  • Discuss reflections
  • Address concerns
  • Take a closer look at the Crosswalks and the
    Unpacking Documents
  • Begin work on revising old or creating new
    integrated pacing guides (incorporating the IT
    and Literacy Skills!) Principals shared a due
    date for these pacing guides at faculty meeting

38
Wordle.com
  • http//www.wordle.net/create

39
Crosswalks and Unpacking Documents
  • http//www.ncpublicschools.org/acre/standards/supp
    ort-tools/

40
For your reference
  • ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies quick
    reference sheets
  • Include
  • Key Changes Facts, K-12 section
  • Resources section
  • Possible To Do List section
  • We will be working through most of the items in
    the Possible To Do List section throughout this
    year and next summer!

41
Follow-up activity
  • Work on pacing guides!

42
  • Questions?
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