Common Core State Standards English Language Arts

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In this training, English Language Arts teachers will learn how to recognize the structure of the Common Core State Standards in ELA, identify the shifts represented in the CCSS, and consider implications and implementation plans.

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  • ELA Organizational Overview – Handouts:ToCELA Skills & Concepts Map (new from March Webinar)Engage (NY) Shifts docAnchor Standards
  • The next five or six slides gives you a birds eye view of the standards. This is the basic structureCommon Core State Standards are organized by: Strands -There are four disciplines within English Language Arts and Literacy. Do we know how many strands we have in ELA? Four: Reading, WR, S & L, and Lang. Topics -This is the major focus for particular grade level or grade bandStandard Statements - are essential knowledge and skills to be learned at each grade level or grade bandReminder: This is the ELA common core format. Math’s format is different.
  • At its most basic organizational view, you can see the four main strands: reading, writing, speaking and listening, and language.
  • The next layer of organization is the topic layer.
  • This view shows each of the four strands with their corresponding topics.
  • TheReading strand has the most standards because it has a unique layer that we call sub-strands: literary,informational, and foundational skills (K-5 only).The topics for the sub-strands Reading Literature and Reading Informational Text are the same. They are: Key Ideas and Details, Craft and Structure, Integration of Knowledge and Ideas and Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity. The topics for Reading Foundational Skills are: Print Concepts, Phonological Awareness, Phonics and Word Recognition, and FluencyThere are ten standard statements for Literature as well as for Informational Text, and there are four standard statements for Foundational skillsTotal of twenty-four Reading Standard Statements. The standards are consistent throughout each sub-strand
  • Writing also has four topics with a total of ten standard statements. Topics: Text Types and Purposes, Production and Distribution of Writing, Research and Presentation of Knowledge, and Range of Writing
  • S & L has two topics, Comprehension and Collaboration and Presentation of Knowledge and Ideas with a total of six standard statements.
  • Language has three topics, Conventions of Standard English, Knowledge of Language, and Vocabulary Acquisition and Use, with a total of six standard statements.
  • Again, this is the overview of how the strands, topics, and standard statements are organized. Note: the number of topics and standard statements in this view are not accurate in terms of numbers.
  • Here’s a look at one page from the new standards. It is broken up into three parts: the Strands, the topics, and finally the Standard Statement.Refer to the standards you downloaded for a closer view.
  • Page 12 in documentThis breaks down the structure of the document within each strand. Strand at the left
  • The CCSS has a specific coding system for each strands. Knowing this coding will be helpful when you are aligning your lesson plans to the new standards.
  • This is an example of what you may see. This helps you understand specifically which strand, topic, and statement you may need to access.
  • Note that there are sub standard statements for Language (3a). This is also the case for Writing as well
  • COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS Anchor Standards in each Literacy Area. Linked to progressions of learning for vertical articulation.
  • Layout of the strand, grade level, subheading and standard
  • LayoutTurn to page 23Under speaking and listeningNotice strand, sub headings, how it is broken down
  • Organization of the language standardsPlease note that this is is where the acquisition of language occurs, vocabulary,
  • The Appendices are critical in this document, otherwise the standards would be bullets.A: Background – research, reading research, glossary, conventionsB: provides diverse examples of text exemplars and student samples – literary, informational, and content textC: provides informational, narrative, argumentative writing samples. There are two samples from WA state writing assessment.
  • Appendix A is broken down into these sections
  • Page 4 – These are reading text exemplars with performance tasks. This is not required reading curriculum, simply examples of text and where they fall into grade bands. We will revisit this later
  • Turn to page 3 in Appendix C. These are annotated examples of writing samples. There are narratives. Examples are from our state.In the past we referred to these as anchor papers.At the bottom of each sample, you will notice annotations about what the writers knows and is able to doThis concludes navigation of the document. Question – on sticky notes in parking lot
  • As you have navigated through the document, what instructional shifts did you see? Write and share with partner.
  • In ELA is filters down to 6 important shifts in what we teach our students to insure they will have what they need when they graduate, whatever their choice of college or career. What do our students need to be competitive in a global society? See Nyengage document. Balance of Literary and Informational Text – not just for strategies but for content knowledgeTo next slide for specifics.
  • Lit = stories, drama (new), and poetry. NF = Personal essays, speeches, opinion pieces, biographies, memoirs.The balance of text has shifted to include more informational text to match what our students will face as young adults in college or the workplace. As you can see, there is a gradual shift from the early grades where students will encounter informational text 50% of the time to grade 12 when informational text is taught 70%. A list of general list of some types of literature and Informational text is included. You might note the addition of drama as a literary genre.
  • Common Core State Standards English Language Arts

    1. 1. …to the CORE!6-12 English Language Arts Teacher University May 25, 2012 Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    2. 2. A Picture of Our Day of Learning Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    3. 3. Learning TargetWe are building awareness and gainingfamiliarity with the Common Core StateStandards and assessment.• Recognize the structure of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in English Language Arts• Identify the shifts represented in the CCSS• Consider implications and implementation plans for OSD Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    4. 4. Common Core State Standards – English Language Arts Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    5. 5. Getting on the same page:CCSS Structure and ExplorationELA all: Introduction, pp. 3 – 8 • ELA K - 5 • ELA 6 - 12 • ELA History/SS, Science & Technical Subjects • ELA AppendicesMath all: Introduction, Standards for Math Practices• K-5• 6-8• High School and Appendix A Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    6. 6. English Language Arts (ELA) K-5 ELA Strands 6-12 ELA Strands  Reading  Reading o Foundational  Writing Skills  Speaking and Listening  Writing  Speaking and  Language Listening  Literacy in  Language History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects Appendices A, B, C Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    7. 7. Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    8. 8. Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    9. 9. ELA Common Core Standards Framework The major areas or disciplines of study Strands within each content area. “What” students should know and be able to do at The main focus of the each grade level content within each Topics strand. and band. Standard Standards Standards Statement Statement Statement s by Grade Level s by Grade Level s by Grade Level Orting School District * Teaching, Learning and Assessment * 2012
    10. 10. English Language Arts Common Core Standards SpeakingReading Writing and LanguageStrand Strand Listening Strand Strand Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    11. 11. English Language Arts Common Core Standards SpeakingReading Writing Language andStrand Strand Strand ListeningTopics Topics Topics Topics (4) (4) (2) (3) Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    12. 12. Key Ideas and Details Craft and Structure Integration of Knowledge and Ideas Strand Reading Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity Text Types and Purposes Production and Distribution of Writing Research to Build Knowledge Writing Strand Range of Writing Comprehension and Collaboration and Presentation of Knowledge Strand Speaking and Ideas Listening English Language Arts Conventions of Standard English Common Core Standards Knowledge of Language Strand Language Vocabulary Acquisition and UseDr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    13. 13. Sub Topics Standard Statement 1 StrandsStandards Standard Statement 2 Key Ideas and Details Standard Statement 3 Standard Statement 4 Standard Statement 5 Craft and Structure Standard Statement 6 Standard Statement 7 Integration of Standard Statement 8 Knowledge Reading: Literature and Ideas Standard Statement 9 Range of Reading and Standard Statement 10 Level of Text Complexity Standard Statement 1 Standard Statement 2 Key Ideas and Details Standard Statement 3 Standard Statement 4 Standard Statement 5 Craft and Structure Standard Statement 6 Standard Statement 7 Reading Strand Integration of Standard Statement 8 Knowledge and Ideas Standard Statement 9 Range of Reading and Reading: Informational Text Standard Statement 10 Level of Text Complexity Standard Statement 1 Print Concepts Standard Statement 2 Phonological Awareness Standard Statement 3 Phonics and Word Recognition al Skills Reading: Foundation Standard Statement 4 Fluency Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    14. 14. Writing StrandTopics Range Text Types Production and Research and of and Distribution of Presentation of Writin Purposes Writing Knowledge gStandards Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Statement Statement Statement Statement Statement Statement Statement Statement Statement Statement 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    15. 15. Speaking and Listening StrandTopics Comprehension Presentation of and Collaboration Knowledge and IdeasStandards Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Statement Statement Statement Statement Statement Statement 1 2 3 4 5 6 Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    16. 16. Language StrandTopics Knowledge Conventions of Standard of Vocabulary Acquisition and Use English Language Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Statement Statement Statement Statement Statement Statement 1 2 3 4 5 6Standards Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    17. 17. Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    18. 18. ELA Common Core Format Strands Topics Standard Statement Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    19. 19. 19Reading StrandStrand Abbreviation Grade Levels Topic Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    20. 20. Common Core Coding• RL = Reading for Literature• RI = Reading for Information• RF = Reading Foundations• W = Writing• SL = Speaking and Listening• L = Language Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    21. 21. Sample Code ReadingLiterature Standard 1 RL.1.1 Grade 1 Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    22. 22. CCSS Coding Quiz W.4.3 Writing, Grade 4, Standard 3 RF.2.4Reading Foundations, Grade 2, Standard 4 L.10.3aLanguage, Grade 10, Standard 3a Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    23. 23. Anchor Standards for ELAOverarching standardsfor each of four ELAstrands that are furtherdefined by grade-specificstandards.  Reading – 10 standards  Writing – 10 standards  Speaking and Listening – 6 standards  Language – 6 standards Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    24. 24. Topics For Each ELA StrandReading, K-5 and 6-12, and • Reading AnchorLiteracy in History/Social Studies, Standards 6-12Science and Technical Subjects 6-12 (page 35)  Key Ideas and Details • Reading  Craft and Structure Literature  Integration of Knowledge and Ideas Standards  Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity (page 36)Reading Foundational Skills (K-5 only) • Reading Informational  Understanding concepts of print Standards  Phonological awareness (page 39)  Phonics and word recognition • Appendix A  Fluency (page 2 and 17) Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    25. 25. Topics ContinuedWriting K-5 and 6-12, andLiteracy in History/Social Studies, Science andTechnical Subjects 6-12 • Writing  Text types and Purposes  Production and Distribution of Writing Anchor  Research to Build and Present Knowledge Standards 6-  Range of Writing (starts at 3rd Grade) 12 (page 41) • Writing 6-12 – Types of text Standards – Argument (page 42) – Informative/explanatory • Appendix A – Narrative (page 23) Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    26. 26. 26Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    27. 27. Topics Continued Speaking and Listening  Comprehension and Collaboration  Presentation of Knowledge and Ideas• Speaking and Listening Anchor Standards 6-12 (page 48)• Speaking and Listening 6-12 Standards (page 49)• Appendix A – (page 26) Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    28. 28. 28 Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    29. 29. Topics ContinuedLanguage  Conventions of Standard English  Knowledge of Language  Vocabulary Acquisition and Use • Language Anchor Standards 6-12 (page 51) • Language 6-12 Standards (page 52) • Appendix A – page 28) Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    30. 30. 30 Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    31. 31. Three ELA AppendicesAppendix A: Research and evidence; glossary of keyterms, overview of each strand; text complexity;conventions grade-level chartAppendix B: Reading text exemplars with sampleperformance tasksAppendix C: Annotated student writing samples, K-12 Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    32. 32. 32Appendix A▫ Research and evidence▫ Glossary of key terms▫ Overview of each strand▫ Text complexity▫ Conventions grade-level chart Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    33. 33. 33Appendix B:Reading Text Exemplars with Sample Performance Tasks Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    34. 34. 34Appendix C :Annotated Student Writing Samples Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    35. 35. 35Appendix C :Annotated Student Writing Samples Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    36. 36. 36What instructional shifts do you see?• Talk with those at your table.• Share out. Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    37. 37. ELA: The 6 Major Shifts Balance of Literary and Informational Texts Literacy in the Content Areas Increased Complexity of Text Text-dependent Questions and Answers Writing Using Evidence Academic Vocabulary Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    38. 38. Balance of Reading Texts Types Grade Level Literary Informational 4 50% 50% 8 45% 55% 12 30% 70% Balance of Writing Text TypesGrade Level To Persuade To Explain To Convey Experience (Argumentative) (Informative) (Narrative) 4 30% 35% 35% 8 35% 35% 30% 12 40% 40% 20% Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    39. 39. May 2012 Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    40. 40. Before… Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    41. 41. After… Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    42. 42. 2010-2011 Training for PowerStandards • K-5 math (2-days) • 6-8 Math (2-days) • Algebra & Geometry (2-days) • 9-12 ELA (1-day) Communication • Instructional Council • Key Communicator • PD/MeetingsDr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    43. 43. 2011-2012 CCSS Workgroup • Overview for all • Math • ELA • Implementation planning OSPI/ESD Trainings • Marci and teachers attend 2-day math training • Marci and teachers attend 2-day ELA training Teacher University • Provided printed standards • Overview of standards and assessment Communication • Teacher University • OSD Website • Key Communicator • Twitter • Presentation to the school board • Teacher meeting with Superintendent • Instructional CouncilDr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May PD/Meetings • 2012
    44. 44. ELA Transition 2012-2013 ELA teachers (K-5 & 6-12) • Foundational Skills (K-5) • Reading Standards – Literary and Informational • Language Standards #4-6 – Vocabulary Acquisition and Use • And… Other content area teachers (6-12) • College and Career Readiness (CCR) Anchor Standards for Reading & Reading Standards for Literacy in the content areas • Emphasis on #10 – Text Complexity • Emphasis on #4 – Academic Vocabulary Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    45. 45. 2013-2014ELA Transition ELA teachers (K-5 & 6-12) • Writing Standards • Language Standards #1-3 – Conventions of Standard English • Speaking and Listening Standards • And… Other content area teachers (6-12) • College and Career Readiness (CCR) Anchor Standards for Writing & Writing Standards for Literacy in the content areas • Emphasis on #1 – Arguments focused on discipline-specific content • Reading #10 – Balance of informational and literary texts Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    46. 46. Full Implementation 2014-2015 Math Transition • All domains ELA Transition ELA teachers • All reading, writing, language and speaking & listening standards 6-12 Other content area teachers • All CCR Reading standards • All CCR Writing standards Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    47. 47. Technology and Multi-Media Skills 2012-2013 Develop a K-12 skills continuum Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    48. 48. Full Implementation 2014-2015 Math Transition • All domains ELA Transition ELA teachers • All reading, writing, language and speaking & listening standards 6-12 Other content area teachers • All CCR Reading standards • All CCR Writing standards Technology/Multi-media Skills All teachers • Incorporate technology and multi-media to gather, research, develop and publish information Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    49. 49. Recommended PD 2012-2013 K-5 • 1-2 days release time for CCSS mathematics shift • PLC Facilitators meet 5 times (4 reading topics and 1 language) then lead learning in PLCs • IA’s join PLCs when it’s a literacy focus 6-12 • 1-2 days release time for ELA and Math teachers All teachers: • CCR Reading – focus on text complexity and academic vocabulary Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    50. 50. Recommended PD 2013-2014 K-5 • 1-2 days release time for CCSS mathematics shift • PLC Facilitators meet times (4 writing topics, 1 language and 1 speaking & listening) then lead learning in PLCs • IA’s join PLCs when it’s a literacy focus 6-12 • 1-2 days release time for ELA and Math teachers All teachers (TU): CCR writing – focus on arguments and balance of literary & information texts Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    51. 51. 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015ELA Teachers Foundational Skills (K-5) Writing Standards • All reading,K-5 & Reading Standards – Literary and Informational Language Standards #1-3 – Conventions of Standard writing, language6-12 Language Standards #4-6 – Vocabulary Acquisition and English and speaking & Use Speaking and Listening Standards listening And “other content area teachers” And “other content area teachers” standardsOther Content • College and Career Readiness (CCR) Anchor • College and Career Readiness (CCR) Anchor • All CCR ReadingTeachers Standards for Reading & Reading Standards for Standards for Writing & Writing Standards for standards Literacy in the content areas Literacy in the content areas • All CCR Writing • Emphasis on #10 – Text Complexity • Emphasis on #1 – Arguments focused on standards • Emphasis on #4 – Academic Vocabulary discipline-specific content • Emphasis on Reading #10 – Balance of informational and literary textsMath OPS OPS • All domains • K-Counting and Cardinality (CC); Operations and • Measurement and Data (MD); Geometry (G) Algebraic Thinking (OA) PtR • 1&2-Operations and Algebraic Thinking (OA); • Number and Operations in Base Ten (NBT); Number and Operations in Base Ten (NBT) Measurement and Data (MD) PtR OMS Number and Operations-Fractions (NF); Operations and • Geometry (G); Statistics and Probability (SP) Algebraic Thinking (OA) OHS OMS • Algebra 1-Unit 3; Unit 5 6&7-Ratio and Proportion Relationship (RP); Number • Geometry – Unit 3, Unit 5; Unit 6 System (NS); Expressions and Equations (EE) 8-Number System (NS); Expressions and Equations (EE); Functions (F) OHS Algebra 1&Geometry-Unit 1; Unit 2; Unit 4Technology and Develop a K-12 skills continuum • IncorporateMulti-Media technology andSkills multi-media to gather, research, develop and Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012 publish information
    52. 52. OSD WebsiteDr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    53. 53. Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012
    54. 54. Wrap up:Go-around and share one word…I’m feeling _________________ to the CORE! Dr. Marci Shepard  Orting School District  Teaching, Learning & Assessment  May 2012

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