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  • Good for kids!!!! We are a revenue…not an expense. Prevents failure and drop-outs. Drop-outs will cost us more. 48 states have committed to these national standards – more opportunity for collaboration and resource sharing Access and acceleration Enhance teacher creativity Not perfect, but better than current plan Richer vertical planning Help close gaps Less to cover, but able to go deeper

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  • Early Release Professional Development Common Core April 13, 2011 Kathy Walker
  • Celebrations
    • PLC Chairs were given forms – some of those celebrations are posted.
    • Complete as we finish the year and let’s continue to celebrate each other.
    • Welcome to our guests from Monticello & Pressley
  • Anticipatory Set
    • Imagine you have written a best-selling autobiography. It’s your story and your life, and millions of people love it. You sell the rights to a producer. Hollywood makes your movie…
    • You go to the premiere…
    • Oh no, the story is not your book?
    • Who’s life is it anyway?
    • Some things look familiar – but others are new… unfamiliar… even down right different.
    • What do you do?
    • A New Trek
  • Tentative Plan for District Roll-out of the Common Core
    • Timeline
    New Essential Standards taught New Essential Standards taught New Essential Standards piloted with current SCS Information and Technology Skills New Essential Standards taught & assessed Current SCS taught and assessed Current SCS taught and assessed Career and Technical Education New Essential Standards taught & assessed Current SCS taught and assessed Current SCS taught and assessed Social Studies, Healthful Living, Arts, World Languages New Essential Standards taught & assessed Current SCS taught and assessed Current SCS taught and assessed Science Common Core taught & assessed K-2 Common Core taught & assessed 3-12 Current SCS taught and assessed Current SCS taught and assessed Math Common Core taught & assessed Common Core taught & Current SCS assessed Current SCS taught and assessed English 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11   ISS Timeline for Common Core and New Essential Standards
  • Math Problem
    • Question: How many rectangles can you make with a perimeter of 30 units?
    • Use any of the tools provided
  • Math
    • Share out your process
    • Connect what you did to the 8 Math Practices
    • Common Core is more interested in problem solving and approach than the answer.
    • The answer is part of the process. It’s not the end product.
    • --Phil Daro
  • Assessed on EOG
    • What is the area of this rectangle?
    • 16
    • 20
    • 17
    • 12
  • Source: http://ncctm.org/documents/Daro-CommonCoreStandards.pdf Sometimes a tool is just right for the wrong use.
  • 8 Mathematical Processes
    • Watch video clips
    • Can you see any of the 8 practices?
    • Look for any of 8 mathematical practices
    • Share out
  • Questions for Discussion
    • Handout- reflecting on where your teachers are now in their instructional processes and planning with the end in mind
  • College & Career Readiness Anchors
    • Reading
    • Writing
    • Language
    • Speaking and Listening
  • ELA
    • Spiraling Activity
    • As a table team, arrange the pieces in the envelope from K to 12 th grade.
  • Vocabulary
    • Mathematical Practices
    • Anchors
    • Clusters
    • Capacities
    • Lions, Tigers and Bears… oh my!
    • An introduction to comprehending informational texts
    • Goal: All students reading and comprehending independently and proficiently the kinds of complex texts commonly found in college and careers.
  • Essential Question
    • What does it mean for a child to be literate in science? Or social studies? Or art? Or CTE?
  • Activity to understand comprehension of informational text
    • Jigsaw (4 people per group)- Read “Learn About-Comprehension of Informational Text”
    • Fill out your graphic organizer based on your part
    • Share with each other in your group
  • Activity to understand comprehension of informational text
    • Each group create 2 questions about the text (1 implicit/ 1 explicit)- record on strip and place in your envelope
    • Discuss the answers to the questions in another envelope
    • With your group, write a summary on the envelope of the text
  • Cross Walks
    • Take a look at the crosswalk documents with your PLC content area
    • Record and thoughts or notes
    • Keep document with PLC notebooks and record any observations about Common Core.
  • Exit Ticket
    • What excites you about the Common Core for your grade level, school, content area?
    • What is the greatest challenge for your grade level, school, content area about the Common Core?
  • Break
  • 7 Habits Survey
    • Available on-line – take a few minutes now
  • EOG Test Training/Error Reporting
  • 7 th Grade Writing
    • Leigh Brown
  • Remaining Time
    • LightHouse Team to meet in Mrs. Johnson’s room
    • Talent Show video rehearsal in gym
    • Academic lab available for Moodle grading
    • Collaborative Planning
  • thank you!