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Examples are provided on pages 8 - 9 of the resource guide
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How will I know if students have mastered the standards?
Implement Assessment Activities and Assessment Questions from CAT
Develop Comprehensive Assessments
Given four times per year
All classes have exam comps
Science, History, English also have written comps (lab reports, essays, projects, etc)
Examples are provided on pages 11 – 12 of your resource guide
Analyze data from Comprehensive Assessments
Comps Analysis Spreadsheet and Worksheet
Use Comps Analysis to plan future instruction
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Curriculum Alignment Template Power of Planning February 20, 2010 RPC Standard # Clear and Measurable Standard/Benchmark (What will students know or be able to do?) Learning Activities (How will I teach the content and skills?) Assessment (How will I know that students have mastered the standard?) MA Standard
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Weekly Curriculum (Year Long Pacing Plan) Power of Planning February 20, 2010 Date Week # Topics To Cover/Activities Trimester 1 8/25-8/28 1 Unit 1: Whole Numbers, Place Value 8/31-9/4 2 Unit 1: Whole Numbers, Addition, Perimeter, Ruler Measurement, Pre-test 9/7-9/11 3 Unit 1: Whole Numbers: Subtraction, Multiplication Introduction 9/14-9/18 4 Unit 1: Whole Numbers: Area, Area & Perimeter multi-step word problems, 9/21-9/25 5 Unit 1: Whole Numbers: Division, Choose the correct operation 9/28-10/2 6 Unit 1: Whole Numbers: Choose the correct operation, Complete pattern, Open Response 10/5-10/9 7 Unit 1: Whole Numbers: Open Response Unit 2: Integers: Introduction, Integers Addition 10/12-10/16 8 Unit 2: Integers: Addition and Subtraction, Open Response 10/19-10/23 9 Unit 3: Data Analysis,: Definition of Data, Data Measures (through average) 10/26-10/30 10 Unit 3: Data Analysis: Line Plots, Tally Charts, Stem and Leaf, 11/2-11/6 11 Unit 3: Data Analysis: Review for Comp, Bar Graphs 11/9-11/13 12 Unit 3: Data Analysis: Line Graphs, Choose the best graph
Math standards can often times be arranged into units by strands.
There are some dense standards that can be broken apart across several units.
When breaking down standards and organizing units, a key question to consider is whether to categorize by the action or by the number type.
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Breaking Down Dense Standards into Units (Math)
Example of a Strand Broken Down by Number Type:
Power of Planning February 20, 2010 Strand: Number Sense and Operations (continued) F R A C T I O N S 5.NSO-F.8. Explain different interpretations of fractions as a ratio of whole numbers, as parts of unit wholes, as parts of a collection, as division of whole numbers by whole numbers, and as locations on the number line. Example: First, 2/3 means “2 divided by 3” and is located between 0 and 1 on the number line. A car moving at a constant speed travels 130 miles in 2 hours. Write the ratio of distance to time and use it to find how far the car will travel in 5 hours. 5.NSO-F.9. Interpret percents as parts out of 100, use % notation, and express a part of a whole as a percentage. Example: Shade a 100-square grid to show 25%. What fraction is this?
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Breaking Down Dense Standards into Units (Math)
Example of a standard that could be broken down by student action or number type (5 th grade).
Power of Planning February 20, 2010 E S T I M A T I O N 5.NSO-E.23. Estimate sums and differences of whole numbers, positive fractions, and positive decimals. Estimate products of whole numbers and products of positive decimals with whole numbers. Use a variety of strategies and judge reasonableness of answers. Actions: Estimate sums. Estimate differences. Number Type: Whole numbers – estimate sum. Fractions – estimate sum.
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Breaking Down Dense Standards into Units (Math)
Example of a standard that can be broken down by student action or number type (3 rd grade).
Strand: Number Sense and Operations (continued)
C O M P U TAT I O N A N D O P E R A T I O N S
3.NSO-C.13. Solve problems involving addition and subtraction of money amounts in decimal notation.
Power of Planning February 20, 2010 Actions: Addition (of decimals) Subtraction (of decimals) Number Type: Decimals Money
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