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Teachers’ Implementation Tool Kit Supporting Common Core Standards Building a Culture to Ensure College and Career Ready Success The School District of Philadelphia Office of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Donna Runner, Assistant Superintendent 1

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By the end of this meeting, you will: Increase your understanding of the implications for teaching and learning of National College-Career Ready Common Core Standards. Understand high leverage strategies to address the instructional shifts using the toolkit. Provide a structured framework to create a strategic plan for incorporating the Common Core Readiness Standards with fidelity.

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Introduction and Overview of Tool Kit High Leverage Reading Strategies Planning Grid Literacy High Leverage Math Strategies Planning Grid Math Wrap Up

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Building a Culture to Ensure College and Career Reading Success Supports Common Core Standards Transition to the implementation of the College and Career Ready Common Core Standards Focus of the standards Strategies Components of the Teachers’ Implementation Tool Kit

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Balancing Informational & Literary Texts Impact on elementary classroom (in particular) Reading informational text(K-5) 60% (6 -12) Text Complexity at ALL Grades Students must “step” up to reading grade appropriate text; Close Reading - how a student is coached to interact with text Building Knowledge in the Disciplines All content area teachers plan for literacy experiences and strategies in their instruction

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Text Based Conversations and Answers Encouraging students in rigorous conversations dependent on text Supporting students in making evidenced based arguments in conversation and in writing Writing from Sources Emphasis on evidence to inform or make an argument rather than narratives and other decontextualized prompts Academic Vocabulary Development Building vocabulary to access increasingly complex texts

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A close reading is the careful, sustained analysis of any text that focuses on significant details or patterns and that typically examines some aspect of the text’s form, craft, meanings, etc.

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Understand your purpose in reading Understand the author’s purpose in writing Interconnected ideas in a text Understand and making logical connections among ideas Engage text while reading Reading with a critical eye Formulating questions and seeking answers to questions while reading

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1.Identify the Key Ideas 2.Start Small to Build Confidence 3.Target Vocabulary and Text Structure 4.Tackle Tough Sections Head-on 5.Create Coherent Sequences of Text Dependent Questions 6.Identify the Standards That Are Being Addressed 7.Create the Culminating Assessment

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English 3 Quarter 1 PST/SS

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WeekDate# DaysTopic(s)MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday QUARTER 1 (49 Days) 1Sept 3 1 2Sept 10 5 3Sept 17 3 4Sept 24 4 5Oct 1 5 6Oct 8 4 7Oct 15 5 8Oct 22 5 9Oct 29 5 10Nov 5 4 11Nov 12 4 12Nov 19 3 Subject:Period(s):Teacher: PLANNING GRID

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WeekDate# DaysTopic(s)MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday QUARTER 1 (49 Days) 1Sept 3 1 Close Reading ASSESSMENT 2Sept 10 5 Character 3Sept 17 3 Setting CRQ 4Sept 24 4 Plot 5Oct 1 5 Theme 6Oct 8 4 Style 7Oct 15 5 Mood 8Oct 22 5 Point of View 9Oct 29 5 10Nov 5 4 11Nov 12 4 12Nov 19 3 PLANNING GRID Subject: English 3 Period(s): 1 Teacher: Jones

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6 – Instructional Shifts Standards for Mathematical Practice Standards for Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking Planning for Effective Lessons Four (4) Adopted Instructional Strategies Implementing PA Common Core Standards

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Fluency Deep Understanding Application Dual Intensity Focus Coherence Grade Specific Spiraling Components of Rigor Determined by Teacher

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Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them Use appropriate tools strategically; Look for and make use of structure Reason abstractly and quantitatively Model with mathematics Attend to precision Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others. Examples Pages 60-63

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p. 60–63

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Extend Knowledge Concrete Representational Abstract p. 60–63

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[ INSTRUCTIONAL ] 2.Concrete Representational Abstract (CRA) [ INSTRUCTIONAL ] [ INSTRUCTIONAL ] 3.Hands-on-Activities [ INSTRUCTIONAL ] [ ASSESSMENT ] 4.Projects [ ASSESSMENT ] [ ASSESSMENT ] 5.Problems of the Week (POWs) [ ASSESSMENT ] Common Core Emphasis Conceptual Understanding

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WeekDate# DaysTopic(s)MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday QUARTER 1 (49 Days) 1Sept 3 1 2Sept 10 5 3Sept 17 3 4Sept 24 4 5Oct 1 5 6Oct 8 4 7Oct 15 5 8Oct 22 5 9Oct 29 5 10Nov 5 4 11Nov 12 4 12Nov 19 3 Subject:Period(s):Teacher: PLANNING GRID

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WeekDate# DaysTopic(s)MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday QUARTER 1 (49 Days) 1Sept 3 1 Prop of Real Numbers 2Sept 10 5 Prop of Real Nos. – Estimate square roots 3Sept 17 3 Applying Properties of Real Nos 4Sept 24 4 Prop of Exponents & Radical Expressions 5Oct 1 5 Op w/ Radical Expressions & Exponents 6Oct 8 4 Op w/ Radical Expressions & Exponents 7Oct 15 5 Op w/ Radical Expressions & Exponents 8Oct 22 5 9Oct 29 5 10Nov 5 4 11Nov 12 4 12Nov 19 3 PLANNING GRID Subject: Algebra 2 Period(s): 1 Teacher: J. Bush-Campbell

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WeekDate# DaysTopic(s)MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday QUARTER 1 (49 Days) 1Sept 3 1 Prop of Real Numbers 2Sept 10 5 Prop of Real Nos. – Estimate square roots 3Sept 17 3 Applying Properties of Real Nos 4Sept 24 4 Prop of Exponents & Radical Expressions 5Oct 1 5 Op w/ Radical Expressions & Exponents 6Oct 8 4 Op w/ Radical Expressions & Exponents 7Oct 15 5 Op w/ Radical Expressions & Exponents 8Oct 22 5 Intro to Complex Numbers 9Oct 29 5 Operations with Complex Nos 10Nov 5 4 Operations with Complex Nos 11Nov 12 4 Operations with Complex Nos 12Nov 19 3 Operations with Complex Nos PLANNING GRID Subject: Algebra 2 Period(s): 1 Teacher: J. Bush-Campbell

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WeekDate# DaysTopic(s)MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday QUARTER 1 (49 Days) 1Sept 3 1 Prop of Real Numbers 2Sept 10 5 Prop of Real Nos. – Estimate square roots QUIZ 3Sept 17 3 Applying Properties of Real Nos QUIZ 4Sept 24 4 Prop of Exponents & Radical Expressions TEST 5Oct 1 5 Op w/ Radical Expressions & Exponents PROJECT 6Oct 8 4 Op w/ Radical Expressions & Exponents QUIZ 7Oct 15 5 Op w/ Radical Expressions & Exponents TEST 8Oct 22 5 Intro to Complex Numbers QUIZ 9Oct 29 5 Operations with Complex Nos TEST 10Nov 5 4 Operations with Complex Nos QUIZ 11Nov 12 4 Operations with Complex Nos MINI Presentations 12Nov 19 3 Operations with Complex Nos PROJECT PLANNING GRID Subject: Algebra 2 Period(s): 1 Teacher: J. Bush-Campbell

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WeekDate# DaysTopic(s)MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday QUARTER 1 (49 Days) 1Sept 3 1 Prop of Real Numbers 2Sept 10 5 Prop of Real Nos. – Estimate square roots (DO NOW) GCF/LCM QUIZ 3Sept 17 3 Applying Properties of Real Nos QUIZ 4Sept 24 4 Prop of Exponents & Radical Expressions (DO NOW) + Polynomials TEST 5Oct 1 5 Op w/ Radical Expressions & Exponents PROJECT 6Oct 8 4 Op w/ Radical Expressions & Exponents QUIZ 7Oct 15 5 Op w/ Radical Expressions & Exponents (DO NOW) X Polynomials TEST 8Oct 22 5 Intro to Complex Numbers QUIZ 9Oct 29 5 Operations with Complex Nos (DO NOW) Simplify Roots TEST 10Nov 5 4 Operations with Complex Nos QUIZ (DO NOW) Factor Polyn. 11Nov 12 4 Operations with Complex Nos MINI Presentations 12Nov 19 3 Operations with Complex Nos PROJECT PLANNING GRID Subject: Algebra 2 Period(s): 1 Teacher: J. Bush-Campbell

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Designated Focused Content 6 – Instructional Shifts 8 Standards for Mathematical Practice Standards for Reading, Writing, Speaking & Listening Instructional Strategies Strategically craft a plan for effective instruction

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