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CCRS QUARTERLY MEETING CCRS QUARTERLY MEETING LITERACY STANDARDS FOR HISTORY/SOCIAL STUDIES; SCIENCE AND TECHNICAL SUBJECTS

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1 CCRS QUARTERLY MEETING CCRS QUARTERLY MEETING LITERACY STANDARDS FOR HISTORY/SOCIAL STUDIES; SCIENCE AND TECHNICAL SUBJECTS

2 OUTCOMES Participants will 1.Demonstrate an understanding of the relationships among the CCR anchor standards, literacy standards, and grade level content standards 2.Gain an understanding of the Tri-State Quality Rubric 3.Analyze lessons by using the rubric 4.Enhance lessons to assure implementation of CCR standards 5.Prepare to share resources with district team and colleagues

3 FOUR PHASES OF IMPLEMENTATION Building awareness of CCRS among educators, including the rationale for common standards across the states Awareness Going deeper into the standards, & implement significant instructional shifts implicit in the ELA & mathematics standards & to develop lessons & units of study that reflect the CCRS Initiation & Implementation Focusing on curriculum development/adoption, resources and assessment strategies to ensure success for all students Follow Up Support Evaluating progress and making necessary revisions to the professional development/transition plan to ensure success for all students Evaluation & Accountability

4 You are the LINK to all content teachers in your school system! What does this mean? Participate Participate in 4 Quarterly Meetings to learn how the CCRS relate to the content areas. Practice Practice planning and implementing CCRS lessons in your classroom. Provide Provide opportunities to share resources with your colleagues. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

5 THREE KEY SHIFTS IN ELA/LITERACY 1. Building knowledge through content-rich nonfiction and informational texts 2. Reading, writing and speaking grounded in evidence from text, both literary and informational 3. Regular practice with complex text and its academic language

6 PREPARED GRADUATE DEFINED Possesses the knowledge and skills needed to enroll and succeed in credit- bearing, first- year courses at a two- or four-year college, trade school, technical school, without the need for remediation. Possesses the ability to apply core academic skills to real-world situations through collaboration with peers in problem solving, precision, and punctuality in delivery of a product, and has a desire to be a life- long learner.

7 OUTCOME # 1 Demonstrate an understanding of the relationships among the CCR anchor standards, literacy standards, and grade level content standards

8 RELATIONSHIP? Visual of Anchor Standards, Content COS Standards, and Grade Band Literacy Standards ANCHOR STANDARDS LITERACY STANDARDS CONTENT STANDARDS Lesson Planning

9 REAL LIFE READY?

10 OUTCOME # 2 Gain an understanding of the Tri-State Quality Rubric

11 EQUIP TRI-STATE QUALITY REVIEW RUBRIC

12 TRI-STATE RUBRIC First Read: Scan the document and note its organizational features.  Mark the 4 main sections of the document.  Highlight the italicized subheadings in each column.  Skim the contents of the document.

13 TRI-STATE RUBRIC Second Read: Read dimension I more closely. Put a “?” by the items that raise questions for you. Put an “X” by practices that should occur every day in classrooms.

14 ANALYZING LESSONS 1.Read a content area lesson. 2.With your group, discuss the lesson as it relates to the Tri- State rubric dimension # 1. 3.Determine whether or not the lesson met the specified content standard(s) from your course of study. 4.Identify any grade band literacy standards you find.

15 LUNCH!!!

16 CONTENT LESSON (WRITE LESSON TITLE.) Has…Needs…

17 ENHANCING LESSONS 1.Enhance the lesson. 2.Share your suggestions with your group.

18 100% STUDENT ENGAGEMENT Talking means EVERY student generates a piece of writing. Writing means EVERY student generates a piece of writing. Investigating means digging into content. Reading means EVERY student has the opportunity to read the text independently. Listening means students can prove they have been attentive when talking with a peer.

19 ENHANCING LESSONS 1.Enhance the lesson. 2.Share your suggestions with your group.

20 CLASSROOM APPLICATION Analyze and enhance one of your own lessons. Teach it. Bring this lesson plan back to QM # 2.

21 SHARE RESOURCES

22 Our Vision Every Child a Graduate – Every Graduate Prepared for College/Work/Adulthood in the 21 st Century


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