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Title: Common Core Standards


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Common Core Standards
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Grounding Activity Lottery
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Common Core Standards
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Common Core Standards
  • What is the most important point
  • of this report and why?
  • Based on what you heard, what are your next
    steps? Explain in detail.

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What does this map mean?
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What can we do to help at home?
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We will Demonstrate
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Academic Vocabulary
  • Retelling
  • Key details
  • Lesson
  • Main message

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The Six Blind and The Elephant
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Questions About The Story
Who are the characters? What happened in the
story? What is the moral of the story?
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Literature/Reading Requirements
Kindergarten-Fifth Grade
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  • Tell your child a story. When you finish, ask
    your child to retell the story including key
    details .
  • For Example
  • Where did the story take place?
  • Who are the characters?
  • What is the story about?
  • What is your favorite part and why?

Kindergarten
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  • Tell your child a story. When you finish, ask
    your child to retell the story including key
    details and make sure that your child
    understands the moral of the story.
  • For example
  • What happened at the beginning of the story?
  • What happened in the middle of the story?
  • What happened at the end of the story?
  • What is the moral of the story? How do you know?

First Grade
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  • Tell your child a story. When you finish, ask
    your child to retell the story, to determine the
    main idea, moral of the story.
  • For Example
  • What happened in the story?
  • What is the main idea? Ask for a few examples.
  • What is the moral of the story?

Second Grade
15
  • Tell your child a story. When you finish, ask
    him/her to give you a summary of the story with
    some details, ask him/her to determine what is
    the main message, the moral of the story and to
    explain how the story unfolds.
  • For example
  • Summarize(oral or in writing) the story, using a
    few details that explain the moral of the story.

Third Grade
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  • Ask your child to
  • Choose a text of his/her preference (poetry,
    news paper, magazine, literary work, etc.)
  • Identify the storys theme using details
  • Summarize the main idea

For Example What kind of text did you choose
and why? Using a few details, give me a summary
of the main idea.
Fourth Grade
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  • Ask your child to
  • Choose a text of his/her preference (poetry,
    newspaper, magazine, literary work, etc.)
  • Identify the storys theme using details
  • Determine how the characters face the challenges
  • Summarize the text
  • Identify the narrator of the story and his/her
    point of view

For Example What is the theme of the text?
Explain with details. How did the characters face
the challenges? Who is the narrator? What is
her/his point of view?
Fifth Grade
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Requirements for Reading Informational
Texts Kindergarten-Fifth Grade
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  • Show your child an illustration. Ask him/her
    questions about the person, place, thing or idea
    that he/she sees on the illustration.
  • For Example
  • What do you see on the illustration? Give me
  • details.

Pictures
Posters
Kindergarten
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  • Ask your child to read an informational text.
    When finished, ask him/her to identify key
    details using illustrations and important aspects
    in the text to describe the main ideas.
  • For Example
  • Where did it happen?
  • What is it about?
  • What is happening?
  • What does it mean?

First Grade
21
  • Read an informational text
  • Ask questions about who, what, where, how, when
    and why
  • Explain how the images o illustrations help to
    understand the key details in the text
  • For example
  • Where is it?
  • What is the effect of?
  • What is the purpose of?
  • Why?

Second Grade
22
  • Ask your child to read an informational text.
    When finished, ask him/her to write down
    questions about what they read and answer them
    referring directly to the text and to use the
    images or illustrations.
  • For Example
  • Where is it?
  • What is the effect of?
  • What is the purpose of?
  • Why?

Third Grade
23
  • Ask your child to read an informational text.
    When finished, ask him/her to use details and
    examples from the text to explain explicitly what
    the text says and to make inferences from the
    text.
  • Ask him/her to interpret the graphic and visual
    representation and to explain how they helped
    him/her to understand the text.
  • For Example
  • The text says
  • Based on the text, I infer that
  • The images helped me to

Fourth Grade
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  • Ask your child to
  • Read an informational text
  • Ask your child to quote from the text
  • To make inferences from the text
  • To obtain information from multiple sources
    (books, photographs, internet, etc.)

For Example What information can you use
to? What inferences can you make about? Base on
the photograph
Fifth Grade
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What else can I do at home?
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Project Based Learning
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  • Exercise Plan a BBQ
  • Aunty and her six children are coming from
    Mexico. We have two days to plan a dinner. What
    are the next steps? What are the critical
    questions?
  • Questions
  • How much money do we have for the dinner?
  • What do we need for the dinner?
  • Compare prices at two stores. Where are we going
    to buy the food for the dinner and why?
  • How will we plan for the dinner?
  • Who else will we invite?
  • What types of dishes will we serve?

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  • Exercise The Automobile
  • The family automobile just broke down. We have to
    choose a new vehicle as soon as possible.
  • Questions
  • What are the features of each vehicle?
  • Compare two vehicles
  • What are the similarities and the differences?

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  • Exercise The House of your Dreams
  • You were just informed that they are going to
    give you a house away! The requirement is that
    you write in great detail the house that you
    want, why, where, etc.
  • Questions
  • What house do you like and why?
  • Give some details about the house that you chose.
  • Why do you want this house? Where is the house,
    etc.?

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  • Exercise Amusement Park We have money for a
    family trip this summer. We have to decide what
    park we want to visit. Prepare a speech that will
    convince everybody to visit a specific park.
  • Key Points
  • Select a park
  • State the advantages and disadvantages of the two
    parks (pros and cons)
  • Primary and secondary reasons
  • Conclusion
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