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Copy of Captivating Common Core Quiz and Vids!
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Vids with Dr. Thomas Common Core State Standards:
A New Foundation
for Student Success Quiz Questions Strands are the big categories
found in the E/LA standards:
Reading, Writing, Speaking & Listening,
Language. Here are six strand and
anchor inspired abbreviations for
E/LA: RL, RI, RF, SL, L, W.
What do the abbreviations for each of
these mean? Were teachers involved
in the creation of
these standards? True or False: According to the new common core, individuals who are College and Career ready demonstrate independence. They build strong content knowledge. They respond to the varying demands of audience, task, purpose, and discipline. They comprehend as well as critique. They value evidence. They use technology and digital media strategically and capably. They come to understand other perspectives and cultures. What does CCR stand for
in the common core standards? The standards do not:
A.)Define how teachers should teach.
B.)Define all that can or should be taught.
C.)Define interventions needed for students well below grade level.
D.)Give a range of support for ELLs and student siwth special needs.
E.)Provide everything needed for college and career readiness.
F.)All of the above. Do the standards mandate specific programs? Who is responsible for students’ literacy development? I heard these standards will require
second graders to read Steinbeck’s
The Grape of Wrath. Is that true? How can a deep reading of literary non-fiction benefit student learning?
A.) Students will understand dense arguments
B.) Students will be provided with information about the world around them
C.) Students will engage in rich conversation
D.) Non-fiction literature can serve as a model for student thinking
E.) Non-fiction literature can serve as a model for student writing
F.) All of the above How will the common core
impact instruction in
grades k-6? RL-Reading Literature
SL-Speaking & Listening
W-Writing Yes—including members of
NEA, AFT, NCTE, IRA and a
committee of teachers
from here in Ohio TRUE!! They are the subcategories in each strand that anchor all standards across all grades. Here are specific anchor standard subcategories for WRITING:•Text Types & Purposes•Producing & Distribution of Writing•Research to Build and Present Knowledge, and •Range of Writing 1. argumentative
3. narrative. No - the standards focus
on results rather than
means. All teachers
have a role in literacy
development. F. All of the above College and Career Readiness Quiz Answers The English Language Arts Standards:
What They Are and Who Developed Them What are Anchor Standards? What are the three text types covered in each of the Common Core Writing Strands? Will new tests eventually be created
to assess students on the standards? What are the three types
of Reading Standards in
the K-5 grade cluster? Which of the three types of
Reading Standards found in
the K-5 Reading Cluster do
not exist in the 6-12 clusters? Let’s practice some of the coding …
What is the translation for:
RL.2.6 – ______
RI.4.10 – ______
RF.1.4a – ______
RF.5.4c – ______
RI.6.6 – _____ The English Language Arts Standards:
Key Changes and their Evidence At the elementary level, more emphasis on reading informational text; and in writing we will need to devote less time to narrative writing and more time to persuade and explanatory writing. Writing to Inform and Make Arguments Aren’t these “national standards”
and the first step toward a
“national curriculum?” Absolutely not. NO! Yes, indeed! The Balance of Informational
and Literary Texts in K-5 1. Literary
3. Foundations Foundations Literary Non-Fiction in Grades 6-12: Opening New Worlds for Teachers and Students RL.2.6 – Reading Literature, 2nd Grade, Standard 6
RI.4.10 – Reading Informational Text, 4th Grade, Standard 10
RF.1.4a – Reading Foundations, 1st Grade, Standard 4a
RF.5.4c – Reading Foundations, 5th grade, Standard 4c
RI.6.6 – Reading Informational Text, 6th grade, Standard 6 Literary Non-Fiction in the Classroom:
Opening New All of the above! Which Strands are not present in the Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical subjects for grades 6-12? Speaking & Listening and Language It is important to note that the 6-12 literacy standards in history/social studies, science, and technical studies are not meant to ________ content standards in those areas but rather to ___________ Replace, Supplement Literacy in Other Disciplines According to the E/LA Common Core, Literature, Informational Text and Foundations are associated with which Strand? Reading There are three appendices in
the E/LA Common Core Standards.
What will you find in each of them? Appendix A –more info and glossary
(also details on text complexity)
Appendix B – text samples
Appendix C – writing samples Do we have to teach grammar?
Is it in the standards? YES! Conventions of Standard English What will others be able to
observe if CCS are being
in classrooms? The End!!
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