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Core Curriculum Treasure Hunt
Transcript of Core Curriculum Treasure Hunt
Read about the standards. In your own words, what is the purpose of the common core standards?
Step 2: Now take a look at http://www.corestandards.org/ELA-Literacy/introduction/how-to-read-the-standards/.
In the reading section, what is meant by a staircase of increasing complexity?
Step 3: Go to http://www.uen.org/core/.
Compare the Mathematics core for 2nd and 3rd grades in the Measurement and Data domain. How are they alike? How are they different? How does this relate to the "staircase" mentioned in Step 2?
Step 4: Go to http://www.uen.org/core/.
Choose any grade level and any subject and look through the core. What standard are you excited to teach? Why?
Step 5: Go to 6th grade science. Click on Course Description. What are ILO’s and how would they be useful to a teacher?
Step 6: Go to the K-2 Integrated Core. Click the Lesson Plan icon under any standard and find a lesson plan that you would enjoy teaching. Copy and paste the link to the lesson plan in your document.
X Marks the Spot: Tell me the most important thing you learned about standards during this treasure hunt.