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Pathways to theCommon Core  Lucy Calkins, Mary Ehrenworth, Christopher Lehman                 Participants will engage in ...
Understanding the CCR Anchor Standards for Reading                       with            What Can a Small Bird Be?   by th...
Key Ideas and Details Cluster             • What the text               says             • Students read               for...
Key Ideas and Details Cluster1. Review R.CCR.1 in the Participant   Notes.2. As you reread about courage, look   for key d...
Key Ideas and Details Cluster1. Review R.CCR.2 and R.CCR.3 in your   Participant Notes.2. What is this story beginning to ...
Craft and Structure Cluster            • How the text says it            • Craft, structure,              and meaning are ...
Craft and Structure Cluster1. Review R.CCR.4-6 in your Participant Notes.2. Questions to consider with a partner:    • Whi...
Integration of Knowledge and Ideas               Cluster               • Students develop                 tools to think  ...
Integration of Knowledge and Ideas               Cluster• Review R.CCR.7 and 9• What texts (including diverse media and  f...
Using Stixy:  Create a sticky note about a particular standard or cluster that makes new sense to you.I used to think ____...
BR  EA     K
Standards Lead to ShiftsCan you find two standards thatsupport each of the shifts?Place the shift number next to theCCR An...
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ELA SI Pathways to the CCSS 2012 (6-20)

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ELA SI Pathways to the CCSS 2012 (6-20)

  1. 1. Pathways to theCommon Core Lucy Calkins, Mary Ehrenworth, Christopher Lehman Participants will engage in an activity to build their understanding of the CCR Anchor Standards for Reading using a text.
  2. 2. Understanding the CCR Anchor Standards for Reading with What Can a Small Bird Be? by the Character Education Teen Residency Project Participants
  3. 3. Key Ideas and Details Cluster • What the text says • Students read for meaning across a story
  4. 4. Key Ideas and Details Cluster1. Review R.CCR.1 in the Participant Notes.2. As you reread about courage, look for key details in the text.3. Recount what happens in the text with your partner.
  5. 5. Key Ideas and Details Cluster1. Review R.CCR.2 and R.CCR.3 in your Participant Notes.2. What is this story beginning to be about?
  6. 6. Craft and Structure Cluster • How the text says it • Craft, structure, and meaning are interconnected
  7. 7. Craft and Structure Cluster1. Review R.CCR.4-6 in your Participant Notes.2. Questions to consider with a partner: • Which words contribute to the story’s meaning and tone? • How do portions of this text relate to each other and the whole? • How does point of view shape the content and style?
  8. 8. Integration of Knowledge and Ideas Cluster • Students develop tools to think across text sets
  9. 9. Integration of Knowledge and Ideas Cluster• Review R.CCR.7 and 9• What texts (including diverse media and formats) could you consider alongside What Can a Small Bird Be?, to deepen your understanding and thinking?
  10. 10. Using Stixy: Create a sticky note about a particular standard or cluster that makes new sense to you.I used to think _______, but now I know __________.
  11. 11. BR EA K
  12. 12. Standards Lead to ShiftsCan you find two standards thatsupport each of the shifts?Place the shift number next to theCCR Anchor standard.

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