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Common Core (CCSS) Resources

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PARCC Aligned Common Core Curriculum & Assessment Planner: Grade 7 by Doctor Dea (PARCC Aligned Common Core Curriculum & Assessment Planner: Grade 7 by Doctor Dea http://t.co/Emz9ixHCHo)...

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Dr. Dea Conrad-Curry's curator insight, July 28, 2013 10:57 PM

What can I say...yes, I believe these planners are dynamic means by which teachers can still control what happens in their classroom while students are preparing not only for assessment but also for the cognitive skills that life beyond school demands. You be the judge. But be warned, you need some knowledge of the standards. These planners do not do all the work, rather, they provide a foundation for professional decisions.

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wwwatanabe: Close Read Complex Text, and Annotate with Diigo--Part 3

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The focal points of this post are the teacher steps in close reading; how to create text dependent questions for informational text in 6th-12th grades; annotating in Diigo; and creating writing activities to go with close reading.


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Jessica Cox's curator insight, November 8, 2015 10:34 AM

Professional Article: Close reading

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Parents: What does my child need to know for Common Core?

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Middle School and High School Kid-Friendly Printable Common Core Standards. Great for parents too!

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PARCC Glossary of Frequently Used Terms


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Deb Gardner's curator insight, May 29, 2013 1:20 PM

Write these terms 3x each and then use them in a sentence.  NOT!  Posted here as a helpful list of frequently used PARCC assessment terms

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Tales of a 6th Grade Classroom: 5 Ways Common Core Will Change Your Classroom

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Most popular post: 5 Ways #CommonCore will change your classroom http://t.co/YPLM3kgi #edchat #edtech #teachchat #CCSS
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5 Great Ways for Students to Collaborate on Twitter

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Twitter is a brilliant resource for student collaboration. Here are 5 great ways for students to collaborate using social network.

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ELA MCF Review


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Dr. Dea Conrad-Curry's curator insight, July 28, 2013 11:15 PM

Okay! For the first time PARCC comes clean in making the new version of the PARCC Model Content Frameworks very evident. If you have read my blogs (www.partnerinedu.com ) or my  tweets, I have been outspoken about the changes that the ELA/Literacy Frameworks have undergone without the notice the edits in the Math Frameworks have received.

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Latin Words and Phrases Every Man Should Know

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What do great men like Benjamin Franklin, Teddy Roosevelt, and Winston Churchill have in common? They all were proficient in Latin. From the Middle A


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David Walp's curator insight, July 26, 2013 9:41 AM
Don't let the tongue-in-cheek blog premise fool you, this is a solid history and defense of Latin education as well as a great starter list of phrases for any classroom.
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Math: Implementing the Common Core - What parents know and support

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Implementing the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics: What Parents Know and Support

 


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10 Tips for Teaching Grammar According to the Common Core | Common Core Online

10 Tips for Teaching Grammar According to the Common Core | Common Core Online | Educative Instincts | Scoop.it
The following blog post is part of a blog series called "Comments on the Common Core," written by Eye On Education's Senior Editor, Lauren Dav...
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Literacy Journal: "The CCSS for ELA (well, not really for ELA are they?) add one thing to the reading curricula, k-12, that I celebrate: rigor"

Literacy Journal: "The CCSS for ELA (well, not really for ELA are they?) add one thing to the reading curricula, k-12, that I celebrate: rigor" | Educative Instincts | Scoop.it
The CCSS for ELA (well, not really for ELA are they?) add one thing to the reading curricula, k-12, that I celebrate: rigor. We can measure this in lexiles, the grade level equivalents of which have jumped up almost two grade ...

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Ten Reasons Why Common Core Standards Require a Whole Teacher - Whole Child Education

Ten Reasons Why Common Core Standards Require a Whole Teacher - Whole Child Education | Educative Instincts | Scoop.it
We call on educators, policymakers, business leaders, families, and community members to work together on a whole child approach to education.
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This is a conversation we had at the beginning of our school year.

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