The Common Core State Standards
for
English Language Arts
&
Literacy in History/Social Studies,
Science, and Technical Subjects
Walking through the document.
Brain Buster #1
According to the Table of Contents …
Literature, Informational Text and Foundations
are associated with which Strand?
Survey says…
Reading
Brain Buster #2
According to the Table of Contents …
Which Strands are not present in the Standards
for Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science,
and Technical subjects for grades 6-12?
Survey says…
Speaking & Listening and Language
Brain Buster #3
From the Introduction (page 3) …
Locate paragraph 2; the present work done on
the CCSS builds on what?
Survey says…
the previous work done by states as they crafted
their own standards
Brain Buster #4
From the Introduction (page 3) …
Locate paragraph 5; are the 6-12 literacy
standards for history/social studies, science and
technical subjects supposed to replace current
content standards? Explain your reasoning.
Survey says…
they are meant to supplement the current
content standards (further comments from you)
Brain Buster #5
Under Key Design Considerations (page 4) …
Do the standards mandate specific programs? Who
is responsible for students’ literacy development?
Survey says…
No - the standards focus on results rather than
means.
All teachers have a role in literacy development.
Brain Buster #6
Page 5 …
Discuss what you notice in the tables that summarize the
NAEP Reading framework and the NAEP Writing
framework. How will this impact instruction in your
buildings?
Survey says…
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
(argumentation) and explanatory writing.
Brain Buster #7
Page 6 …
Review what is not covered by the standards.
How will you communicate this to parents?
Survey says…
Who will be bold and brave right now and
share?
Brain Buster #8
Page 8 …
According to the Key Features of the Standards,
there are three appendices. What will you find in
each of them?
Survey says…
Appendix A – VERY GOOD – more info and glossary
(also details on text complexity)
Appendix B – text samples
Appendix C – writing samples
Brain Buster #9
Locate and mark the pages for the CCR Anchor Standards
(K-5) targeting:
Reading
Writing
Speaking and Listening
Language
Survey says…
Reading – 10
Writing – 18
Speaking and Listening – 22
Language – 25
Brain Buster #10
On those CCR Anchor Standard pages that we just
noted, review the phrases/terms in the boxed subheadings:
Reading- 10
Writing - 18
Speaking and Listening - 22
Language - 25
Survey says…
This will become new terminology to weave into
our collaboration times with students and parents.
Brain Buster #11
Page 31 …
Where will we find more information about Text
Complexity?
Survey says…
Appendix A
Go there now and take five minutes to thumb
through the pages.
Brain Buster #12
Let’s practice some of the coding …
What is the translation for:
RL.2.6 – found on page ______
RI.4.10 – found on page ______
RF.1.4a – found on page ______
RF.5.4c – found on page ______
RI.6.6 – found on page ______
GOOD JOB!
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