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How to Design Text-Based Questions (and Teach Students to Answer Them!) > Eye On Education

How to Design Text-Based Questions (and Teach Students to Answer Them!) > Eye On Education | Common_Core | Scoop.it
When I was a teacher, it was common practice to ask students for their personal responses to literature. I did that a lot in my classroom as a way t...
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Six Traits for Identifying Complex Texts > Eye On Education

Six Traits for Identifying Complex Texts > Eye On Education | Common_Core | Scoop.it
The Common Core State Standards for Reading call upon students in grades K-12 to read and comprehend complex literary and information texts independen...
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Teacher Collaboration: The Essential Common-Core Ingredient

Teacher Collaboration: The Essential Common-Core Ingredient | Common_Core | Scoop.it
Helping teachers work together will be essential to the success of the common core, say Vicki Phillips and Robert Hughes.
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Let’s Chat Core: A Go-To Toolbox for Teachers

Let’s Chat Core: A Go-To Toolbox for Teachers | Common_Core | Scoop.it
In her Let's Chat Core blog Sarah Brown Wessling answers the question: Do you have any ideas on how to have a go-to toolbox of objectives for the new standards?
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What Common Core authors suggest high schoolers should read

What Common Core authors suggest high schoolers should read | Common_Core | Scoop.it

Now this is a list I love!  


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Becoming a Common Core Ninja [INFOGRAPHIC]

Becoming a Common Core Ninja [INFOGRAPHIC] | Common_Core | Scoop.it
The Common Core State Standards can be a little overwhelming if you look at them as a whole. In order to truly master the standards it is key that you have a plan of attack.

Via Mel Riddile, Sharrock
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Deb Gardner's comment, December 6, 2012 9:44 AM
Mel I thought this was cute but I couldn't go along with the Learn Ninja's second bullet: "take a quick look at the standards in the grades above and below." What do you think about a DEEPER look and pointed, thoughtful planning with teachers on either side of your grade level. That way, I think teachers get at what the standards intend for them to do. Just my two cents. PS: You're an amazing ScoopIteer! I appreciate your work. :)