3 and Crosswalk Documents Review Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux Implementation of Common Core State StandardsandCrosswalk Documents ReviewCompiled by: Denise Alfred, Maria Immacolata SchoolErica Annis, St. Genevieve ElementaryLydia Landry, St. Bernadette ElementaryCheryl Thibodaux, St. Genevieve ElementaryTricia Thibodaux, St. Mary’s Nativity School
4 Louisiana’s Implementation Timeline Common Core Curriculum State PlanLouisiana’s Implementation Timeline
5 State Implementation Overview New assessments and new Louisiana Comprehensive Curriculum (LCC) for ELA and mathematics will be phased in over several yearsPreKCurrentNewKGrade 1Grade 2TransitionalGrades 3-8High SchoolNo changes - current curriculum, current assessmentsCurriculum - some GLEs deleted, some GLEs remain, some CCSS addedAssessments – based on GLEs that remain in curriculumCurriculum and assessments based on CCSS only
6 Diocesan OverviewImplications for Catholic Schools as the states begin to implement the CCSSAchievement tests will change to be aligned.Textbooks will changed to assure that CCSS are included.Scholarship students will take the state’s assessments.Our curriculum needs to be aligned with the standards to assure that our students are prepared for their next level of education.Diocese planning for implementation, begin training and curriculum alignment
7 State Curriculum Implementation Plan School YearELA and MathCreatenew Louisiana Comprehensive Curriculum (LCC) to align with CCSS for grades K-1transitional LCC for grades 2 and higherDelete activities based on GLEs that have no match with CCSSAdd activities to address new content required by CCSSSocial Studies and ScienceCreatenew Louisiana Comprehensive Curriculum (LCC) to align new social studies standardsReviewNext Generation Science Standards (Spring 2012) to determine their appropriateness to replace current Louisiana science standards
8 State Curriculum Implementation Plan : Transition Year #1ELA and MathImplementnew LCC in grades K -1 aligned to ELA and math CCSStransitional LCC in grades 2 and higher in ELA and mathCreatenew LCC for grades 2 and higher aligned to ELA and math CCSSSocial Studies and ScienceImplementnew LCC* in Civics and US History courses (required)new LCC* in World Geography and World History (recommended)Createnew LCC in grades K-12 science*or locally-developed curriculumCreate new PreK integrated curriculum based on CCSS and new social studies and science standards
9 State Curriculum Implementation Plan : Transition Year #2ELA and MathImplementnew LCC in grade 2 in ELA and mathContinue to usetransitional LCC in grades 3 and higherSocial Studies and ScienceContinue to usenew LCC in Civics and US History courses (required)new LCC in World Geography and World History (recommended)Implement new PreK integrated curriculum based on CCSS and new social studies and science standards
10 State Curriculum Implementation Plan : Full CCSS ImplementationFull Implementation at all grades and core content areasCommon Core State Standards in ELA and mathState-revised standards for social studies and scienceNew LCC for all grades and subjects
11 Terminology of the CCSS Common Core State StandardsTerminology of the CCSS
12 ELA CCSS Terminology RL.K.3 Sample ELA Standards Focus Topics from College andCareer Readiness Anchor StandardsRL.K.3
13 ELA CCSS ID NumbersRIStrandGradeStandard NumberThe ELA Common Core State Standards document provides each strand name and its abbreviation. The strand in this example is Reading for Informational Text.
15 Math CCSS ID Numbers7.NS.2GradeDomainStandardNumberThe math Common Core State Standards document provides each domain name and its abbreviation. The domain in this example is The Number System.
16 Common Core State Standards Crosswalk Documents
17 Crosswalk Documents2011 State created crosswalk documents between CCSS and current Grade-Level Expectations (GLEs) in ELA and mathDeveloped grade-level content comparison reportsIdentify what content will remain the same, be added, or be deletedIndicate which CCSS will be phased in prior to full implementation
18 What is a Content Standards Crosswalk? An alignment study to analyze the degree of match or overlap between two sets of standardsLDOE contracted with WestEd to create an alignment study between CCSS and Louisiana’s GLEsELA and MathEach grade levelServes as the official crosswalk for determining transitional curriculum and blueprints for transitional assessmentsNot Included: ELA Literacy Standards for History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical SubjectsTerminology is based on CCSS for each content areaFormats are similar
19 Criteria for a MatchA GLE was considered a match to a CCSS if it met one or more of the following criteria:GLE reflects the same concepts and skills embodied in the CCSSCentral idea and/or intended complexity of the GLE is consistent with the central idea and/or intended complexity of the CCSSGLE addresses the intended content of the CCSS at a fundamental level.Important: A GLE does not need to address all the skills embodied by the CCSS to be considered a match.West Ed identified the strongest GLE to CCSS match(es) at each grade.
20 How to Read Crosswalk Document Locate the following documentsHow to Read ELA Crosswalk DocumentHow to Read Math Crosswalk Document
22 How to Read Crosswalk Document Crosswalks are in EXCEL FormatThere are two versions of the crosswalks for each grade, each under a separate tab in the EXCEL file (see graphic).Version A starts with the CCSS and identifies the GLE or GLEs that best match the content of the CCSS.Version B starts with the GLE and identifies the CCSS that best matches the GLE.The tabs labeled MathVersA-All and MathVersB-All contain the math alignments for all grades on a single worksheet.In the ELA crosswalk, the tabs are labeled ELAVersA-All and ELAVersB-All.
23 How to Read Crosswalk Document Version B, GLE-to-CCSS
26 Common Core State Standards http://www. doe. state. la English Language Arts Common Core State StandardsMathematics Common Core State StandardsAn address has been created so that we can respond to your need for more information. Questions will be referred to the appropriate personnel for an answer.Take questions as answers as time allows.