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CSCOPE Overview

TISD-New Teacher Orientation

NaTasha Crain

on 12 August 2010

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What is CSCOPE???? KWL Chart Components of CSCOPE Curriculum Assessment Instruction YAG
(Year at a Glance) IFD
(Instructional Focus Document) VAD
(Vertical Alignement Document) "Scope" STAY IN YOUR LANE!!! "Sequence" "Cheat Sheet" Performance Indicators Unit Tests Exemplar Lessons *5E Model-state model
*State lessons
*Textbook pages that match IFDs
*Approved/enduring district lessons (data and consensus)
*Lessons at level/higher than exemplar
*Provide all approved lessons for teachers to access
*TAKS practice
*Ways to Differentiate instruction

5E Model TISD Literacy Overview What we teach
To what level
Ensure equity
No gaps for students
Content level accuracy
Assess gaps in students' knowledge and plan intervention
Order of introduction

Suggested days

Open days for additional support/practice

Move units based on resources/historical units

Paired with TEKS Verification Matrix to ensure TEKS are taught before assessment *Bridge between curriculum,assessment, and instruction
*Bundle of specified student expectations
*Rationale- why the TEKS are bundled (district add to this)
*Performance Indicators- product(s) to show student meets expectations; written in three parts: PROCESS + CONTENT = PRODUCT
*Key understandings- big ideas for the bundles of specified student expectations Evidence of student attainment
of, and/or progression toward an
identified standard(s). Assess the specified
student expectations as noted on
the Instructional Focus Document (IFD) Let's Take a BREAK!!! How to use CSCOPE with TISD Curriculum ELA Website http://www.tylerisd.org/DEPARTMENTS/Curriculum/ELA/index.html Curriculum Enhancements http://vision.tisd.local/curriculum/ela9-12.htm 1st Six Weeks Overview Review 1st Six Weeks Curriculum by identifying VAD, IFD, YAG, and components
While working, add "LEARN” to KWL Chart
Review Curriculum
EOC/CCRS Overview
(End of Course Exams/College and Career Readiness Standards) "Ticket Out" How will you use CSCOPE in planning your daily lessons, unit lessons, and the entire year? What does this look like? Grade 1: America's Choice Reading Workshop Model Grades 4 and 6: Foundtions of Literacy Grade 10: ELA CSCOPE Implementation TISD Lesson Plan Format Engage
Evaluate CCRS Five core skill areas for ELA:
(Aligned with TEKS)
Research Purpose: To identify and define the competencies and skills graduating high school students must posses in order to be successful in higher education and beyond.
Collaboration between TEA (Texas Education Agency) and THECB (Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board) This initiative was formed by the 79th Texas Legislature (3rd Called Session) through House Bill 3, now Section 28.008 of the Texas Education Code. Three Main Phases:

Phase 1: The design of the college and career readiness standards

Phase 2: The analysis of the current secondary curriculum against the standards

Phase 3: The development of the student support and teacher training materials required for the successful implementation of the standards
Implemented in CSCOPE!!! EOC Graduation Requirments

Current legislation requires the phase-out of high school TAKS and replaces it with EOC assessments:

English I, English II, English III
Effective for the 2011-2012 School Year!!!! New Assessment Design
“Fewer, clearer, deeper” focus
Linked to college readiness
Will emphasize “core” knowledge and skills, defined as those TEKS considered critical for success in the current grade/course and important for preparedness in the grade/course that follows.
Will focus on these “core” knowledge and skills each year, with others rotating into the assessments across years/ administrations

English I, II, and III Test Design

Two-day administration: Writing on day 1, Reading on day 2
Embedded field-test items
Advanced high school course readiness measure for English I and II
College and career readiness measure for English III
Scores reported for reading, writing, and composite
Tyler ISD New Teacher Orientation:
August 12, 2010

Na Tasha Crain
Literacy Facilitator
How will teachers use each of these components in lesson preparation? 15% of students' final grade for the course Our Goal:
The Big 96% Types of Assessments Formative Assessments Monitor student learning and make necessary adjustments in instruction Examples:
Observation Summative Assessments Sum up student learning at the end of some period of instruction Examples:
Performance Indicator
Unit Assessment Note: Unit tests are NOT benchmarks, they only measure what has been learned, not prior learning, and they are not based on any of the Exemplar Lessons from the unit. "BEGIN with the END in mind." Exemplar: One that serves as a model or example
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