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The Core Deconstructed walks you through the process of extracting information needed for great instruction, like the conceptual understandings. Here are examples conceptual understanding statements ...

The Core Deconstructed walks you through the process of extracting information needed for great instruction, like the conceptual understandings. Here are examples conceptual understanding statements for RL-6 standards, grades K-12.

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  • 1. What’s the Point of the Common Core State Standards? “A conceptual G understanding DIN RS TAN DE is embedded in A N L U ENT tructing! PTU ATEM decons every single O NC E ST ed f rom AC der iv Common Core can be State Standard.” For each grade!©!2013 Permission Granted. share! copy sheronbrownphd.com
  • 2. Common Core Standard RL.K.6: With prompting and support, name the author and illustrator of a story, and define the role of each in telling the story. “Authors and illustrators have different roles in telling a story.” sugge sted ER DING STAN ND tructing! AL U s CE PTU from decon CON derived ©!2013 Permission Granted. copy share! sheronbrownphd.com
  • 3. Common Core Standard RL.1.6: Identify who is telling the story at various points in a text. “Different characters can add to a story at different points in the story.” sugge L UN D ste TUA om deconst d ERST ructin AND g! ING CEP fr CON derived ©!2013 Permission Granted. copy share! sheronbrownphd.com
  • 4. Common Core Standard RL.2.6: Acknowledge differences in the points of view of characters, including speaking in a different voice for each character when reading dialogue. “A character’s point of view can be heard through their voice.” sugge sted AND ERST ND tructing! ING AL U s E PTU from decon CONC ived der ©!2013 Permission Granted. copy share! sheronbrownphd.com
  • 5. Common Core Standard RL.3.6: Distinguish their own point of view from that of the narrator or those of the characters. “My point of view could make the telling of a story different than the narrator or character’s.” sugge sted ER DING STAN ND tructing! AL U s CE PTU from decon CON derived ©!2013 Permission Granted. copy share! sheronbrownphd.com
  • 6. Common Core Standard RL.4.6: Compare and contrast the point of view from which different stories are narrated, including the difference between first- and third-person narrations. “Third person narrators may have a limited point of view in comparison to first-person narrators.” sted AND ING sugge ERST D g! L UN ructin P TUA om deconst CONCE d fr e deriv ©!2013 Permission Granted. copy share! sheronbrownphd.com
  • 7. Common Core Standard RL.5.6: Describe how a narrators or speaker’s point of view influences how events are described. “An individual’s point of view or perspective influences the way they present narratives.” sugge D sted ERST AND g! ING L UN ructin CEPTUA om deconst fr CON derived ©!2013 Permission Granted. copy share! sheronbrownphd.com
  • 8. Common Core Standard RL.6.6: Explain how an author develops the point of view of the narrator or speaker in a text. “Authors use vario us techniques to develop a narrator’s/ speaker’s point of view .” sugge D sted ERST AND g! ING L UN ructin CEPTUA om deconst fr CON derived ©!2013 Permission Granted. copy share! sheronbrownphd.com
  • 9. Common Core Standard RL.7.6: Analyze how an author develops and contrasts the point of view of different characters or narrators in a text. “Authors use vario us techniques to show contrasts between different characters’ point of view .” sugge D sted ERST AND g! ING L UN ructin CEPTUA om deconst fr CON derived ©!2013 Permission Granted. copy share! sheronbrownphd.com
  • 10. Common Core Standard RL.8.6: Analyze how differences in the points of view of the characters and the audience or reader create such effects as suspense or humor. “Differences in point of view between characters and the audience contribute to the development of effects in sugge sted DING STAN drama.” ER AL UND nstructing! C EPTU rom d e co CON derived f ©!2013 Permission Granted. copy share! sheronbrownphd.com
  • 11. Common Core Standard RL.9-10.6: Analyze a particular point of view or cultural experience reflected in a work of literature from outside the United States, drawing on a wide reading of world literature. “Cultural experiences contribute to influencing an individual’s world view.” sugge sted AND ERST ING ND tructing! AL U s E PTU from decon C ONC ived der ©!2013 Permission Granted. copy share! sheronbrownphd.com
  • 12. Common Core Standard RL.11-12.6: Analyze a case in which grasping point of view requires distinguishing what is directly stated in a text from what is really meant. “Contrasts between point of view and direct statements reveal implied meaning in cases of sarcasm, irony and satire .” sted NDIN G sugge RSTA g! DE ctin L UN ru P TUA om deconst CO NCE rived fr de ©!2013 Permission Granted. copy share! sheronbrownphd.com
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