Take a look at the Common Core Language Arts standards, which Minnesota adopted for ELA, and you will notice the focus on complex, informational text starting in the elementary grades and continuing through the end of high school.
When the Common Core=Teaching Reading Strategies 2.0 by Rachel Levy August 17th, 2012
"Vital to teaching anything (okay, vital to teaching reading) for mastery to any students, is background knowledge. The Common Core is supposed to go further than just asking students to learn from text by relating the general themes in the text it to their own personal experiences. As it should, but that doesn’t mean we should limit what they are learning to the content of the texts they are studying."
"The key to reading success is a vocabulary and knowledge-rich curriculum and a lot of practice reading."
According to its advocates, the Common Core Standards will usher in an era of equal opportunity to higher quality education via better, richer, and more career and college relevant standards. But if the account presented in ...
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