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Understanding CSCOPE Resources and Lesson Plan Implementation
Transcript of Understanding CSCOPE Resources and Lesson Plan Implementation
Lesson Planner Ticket Out 3-Things I Learned
2- Things I will Implement
1- Question I still have Performance Indicators
Unit Tests Curriculum Which component(S) of the curriculum are you most comfortable with in CSCOPE?
Which component(s) of the curriculum are you least comfortable with? Why?
How might the components of the curriculum in CSCOPE be used during PLCs? Assessment Which component(S) of the assessment are you most comfortable with in CSCOPE?
Which component(s) of the assessment are you least comfortable with? Why?
How might the assessment component in CSCOPE be used during PLCs? Curriculum Let's Practice Instruction Assessment Vertical Alignment Documents (VADs)
Year at a Glance (YAG)
TEKS Verification Matrix
Instructional Focus Documents (IFDs) Unit Tests Teachers use Unit Tests to: Vertical Alignment Documents (VAD) Teachers use the VADs to: Gain clarity regarding their accountability for student learning in the grade/course
Track vertically the depth and complexity of a standard through grade levels
Choose instructional resources and materials that are aligned with the specified standards Year at a Glance (YAG) Teachers use the YAG to: Scope out the year in a single snapshot
Work with colleagues to share and allocate instructional resources
Monitor their pacing TEKS Verification Matrix Teachers use the TEKS Verification matrix to: Verify that all the state standards are fully accounted for in the CSCOPE curriculum system Instructional Focus Document Teachers use the IFD to: Determine exactly what is to be taught in each unit with specificity and appropriate level of rigor
Maintain focus on standards, concepts, key understandings, and performance indicators BEFORE planning instruction
Make connections to state and district resources IFD Performance Indicators (PIs) Teachers use PIs to: Develop a depth of understanding of how the performance indicators will measure student learning of the bundled standards
Determine level of student attainment of standards
Determine which students need additional instruction or intervention Measure student attainment of the specified standards at the level of rigor required for success on a state assessment
Identify individual students needing accelerated instruction
Provide a piece of a more comprehensive set of data used to make RtI decisions Teachers use exemplar lessons to: Plan high quality instruction
Ensure that instruction, assessment, and curriculum standards are fully aligned
Actively engage students in the learning process
Provide a common basis for differentiation to meet individual student needs
Springboard into other teacher developed/selected lessons inspired by the exemplars Lesson Planner Develop, share, and maintain plans for high quality instruction Questions about CSCOPE??? .... CSCOPE??? Road Map to Guide the Curriculum Exemplar Lessons Which component(S) of the exemplar lessons are you most comfortable with in CSCOPE?
Which component(s) of the exemplar lessons are you least comfortable with? Why?
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