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Title: Montana Common Core Standards (MCCS)


1
Montana Common Core Standards(MCCS)
  • 10 Minute University

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Objectives
  • Create an awareness of MCCS (Montana Common Core
    Standards).
  • Understand terminology and structure associated
    with MCCS.
  • Identify expectations of ELA, Math, and other
    Content Areas regarding MCCS.
  • Begin planning for alignment, implementation, and
    assessment of MCCS.

3
Why Common Core?
  • Aligned with college and career expectations for
    all students success upon graduation.
  • Internationally benchmarked.
  • Research and evidence based.
  • Focused and coherent across the states (clear
    nationally consistent guidelines).
  • Inclusive of rigorous content and applications of
    knowledge for 21st century skilled students.

4
On November 4, 2011 Montana became the 46th state
to adopt the Common Core Standards.
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  • Excellent teaching is the best test prep!

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Montanas Timeline
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What are Standards?
  • They are what students should know and be able
    to do.

9
Old and New Terminology
NCTM IRA And Other Organizations Common Core State Standards (MCCS)
Standards Strands (ELA) Domains (Math)
Benchmarks 4th 8th Upon Graduation Topics (ELA) Clusters (Math) K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12
Essential Learning Expectations Standards (ELA and Math)
10
IEFA and MCCS
Indian Education for All is embedded in both ELA
and Math. While there are specific standards,
inclusive of IEFA, IEFA can be addressed in many
additional standards.
11
Appearance of ELA
Strand (Reading for Literature)
Topics
Standards
12
Appearance of Math
13
Appearance of Math (cont.)
Domain (Vary by grade level)
Cluster
Standards
14
ELA Instructional Changes
  • Balance reading informational text and literature
  • Write to inform or persuade using evidence
  • Foster understanding of the three components of
    text complexity (qualitative, quantitative,
    reader and taskmore than a reading level)
  • --see ELA Appendix
  • Target speaking and listening as well as Language
  • Include Literacy in History/Social Studies,
    Science, and Technical Subjects (all other
    content areas)

15
Literacy in Other Content Areas
  • There is shared responsibility for students
    literacy developmentthere are reading and
    writing literacy standards for ALL content areas
    K-12 (in addition to content area expectations
    already in place).

16
ELA Shifts
  • Shift 1 K-5 Balancing Informational and
    Literary Texts
  • Shift 2 6-12 Knowledge in the Content Areas
  • Shift 3 Staircase of Complexity
  • Shift 4 Text-based Answers
  • Shift 5 Writing from Sources
  • Shift 6 Academic Vocabulary

17
Breakdown of Text
Grade Level Literature Informational Text
4th 50 50
8th 45 55
12th 30 70
Informational Text Science, Social Studies,
Health, Directions, Manuals, Forms, Digital
Sources, Biographies, Memoirs, Journals, Graphs,
Maps, Charts, Essays, Speeches, Opinion Pieces,
etc.
18
Breakdown of Writing
Grade Level Persuade Explain Personal Narrative
4th 30 35 35
8th 35 35 30
12th 40 40 20
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Mathematics Instructional Changes
  • Integrate Standards for Mathematical Practice
    into instruction and assessment
  • Focus instruction on big ideas that progress
    from year to year and provide mathematical
    coherence
  • Build number concepts in grades K-5 to deepen
    understanding and application of math in grades
    6-12
  • Incorporate significant algebra, geometry, and
    probability and statistics in grades 6-8
  • Emphasize mathematical modeling in high school
    to ensure rigor, relevance, and college and
    career readiness

20
Mathematics Shift
  • Shift 1 Focus
  • Shift 2 Coherence
  • Shift 3 College and Career Readiness
  • Shift 4 Mathematical Processes
  • Shift 5 Application
  • Shift 6 Balanced Emphasis

21
Math Domains at a Glance by Grade Level
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Assessment for MCCS
  • Montanas participating in an assessment
    consortium called SBAC (Smarter Balance
    Assessment Consortium)
  • Summative assessment (required, provided by
    state, replaces MontCAS)
  • Interim assessment (optional, for a feeprobably
    7 per student)
  • Formative assessments
  • (process tools and resourcesnot a test,
    optional)
  • More info. at www.k12.wa.us/smarter/

23
Transition from CRT to SBAC
  • 2011-12 through 2013-2014 the MontCAS will
  • Use the current standards and reporting system
  • Progressively align content with the MCCS
  • Implement test questions to align with the MCCS
  • Provide released field test items aligned to MCCS
  • Grade levels assessed will be 3rd-8th and 11th
  • Field test items will appear, but will not be
    counted

24
Ok.So Now What??
  • What can you do tomorrow? (2011)
  • What can you do this year? (2011-2012)
  • What can you do next year? (2012-2013)
  • What can you do in 2013-2014?
  • What can you do in 2014-2015
  • (assessment target in the Spring)?

25
Objectives
  • Create an awareness of MCCS (Montana Common Core
    Standards).
  • Understand terminology and structure associated
    with MCCS.
  • Identify expectations of ELA, Math, and other
    Content Areas regarding MCCS.
  • Begin planning for alignment, implementation, and
    assessment of MCCS.

26
  • Questions ? ? ?
  • Comments . . . . . . .
  • Concerns ! ! ! !

27
Other Resources
  • www.nwmteducationalcoop.org
  • www.opi.mt.gov/Curriculum/Index.htmlgpm1_7
  • www.pta.org/4446.htm
  • YouTube Hunt Institute Videos
  • www.k12.wa.us/smarter/
  • www.wmcspd.org
  • Pearson webinars (ask to be sent them)
  • Complex text
  • Sputnik moment
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