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  • 1. To accompany “Bringing the Common Core to Life” Webinar<br />Presentation by Melissa Houck<br />WEBINAR DISCUSSION<br />
  • 2. Watch Part 1<br />“Standards are the backbone around which we will build our education of the future.”<br />How will national standards help us as New York State teachers?<br />PART ONE<br />
  • 3. “There is no stronger voice than that of a teacher.”<br />What three principles underline the development of the Common Core?<br />PART TWO<br />
  • 4. Explain/Discuss the statement, “teach less, learn more.”<br />How can this theory help us prepare our students?<br />PART THREE <br />
  • 5. Respond to the statement, “We are already doing this.”<br />In what ways are you “doing this”?<br />What shifts may you have to make in your curriculum?<br />PART FOUR<br />
  • 6. Skip part 5 video<br />Take time to read “Letter from Birmingham Jail” before watching Part 6.<br />PART FIVE<br />
  • 7. Respond to the statement, “This is not just about reading. It’s about thinking.”<br />What are the effects of pre-reading and front loading activities on our students when it comes to reading?<br />PART SIX<br />
  • 8. SKIP PART SEVEN<br />
  • 9. How does the Common Core change the way we will teach mathematics?<br />PART 8<br />
  • 10. SKIP PART NINE<br />
  • 11. Overall Questions<br />SHIFTS IN ELA AND MATH to consider<br />PART NINE<br />

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