3edchat #commoncore #ccss #edchat 3 Go-To Close Reading Strategies by Abi Frost With the shift to Common Core State Standards, there has been lots of talk of “close reading.” As a reading specialist, my responsibility is to help m...
Building units of study around Common Core standards, instead of tagging on standards to units of study already written, is the key for teachers to demonstrate that their curriculum is truly standards aligned. It might mean pushing curriculum that is two, three, or fifteen years old, into being overhauled; however, through this process, teachers will become fully immersed in the standards and will feel a new sense of purpose in pushing student learning to meet the rigor of the new standards. I will be challenging my teachers to one task over the summer: can you start from the standards, and build a refreshed unit based solely on students acquiring the skills needed to master the standards chosen?"
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