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Common Core Board Presentation

  1. 1. CommonCoreStandardsJanuary 11, 2012
  2. 2. Taken from ISBE website- Summer 2011
  3. 3. ISBE ImplementationIllinois Adopts Common Phase 1: 2010-11Core State Standards - Awareness & June 24, 2010Replace Illinois Learning CommunicationStandards created 1997 Phase 2: 2011-12 Design of"The goal is to havefewer, clearer and Implementationhigher standards Systemfocused on college and Phase 3: 2013-2014career expectations,"said ISBE Board Chair Transition, ImpleJesse H. Ruiz. mentation, & Technical Assistance
  4. 4. District ProcessStep 1: Become Familiar with the Common Core StandardsStep 2: Perform Gap Analysis Unwrap Common Core Standards Compare to current practice Identify needs Resources Professional Development
  5. 5. District ProcessStep 3: Build/ Review District Maps using the Common Core StandardsStep 4: Review Curriculum ResourcesStep 5: Identify Professional DevelopmentNeeds
  6. 6. English Language Arts  Reading Standards: Foundational Skills K-5  Reading Standards for Informational Text K-12  Reading Standards for Literature K-12  Language Standards K-12  Writing Standards K-12  Speaking and Listening Standards K-12  Literacy Standards for Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects
  7. 7. Work and Findings thus far Language Arts  Elementary: Julie Rule  MS: Lonna  High School: Matt Andrews
  8. 8. Language Arts Gap Analysis Work
  9. 9. K K1st 1st5th4th3rd 8th 7th 6th 5th 4th 3rd2nd 2nd CC.W.1 CC.RL.1 CC.W.2 CC.RL.2 CC.W.3 CC.RL.3 CC.W.4 CC.RL.4 CC.W.5 CC.RL.5 CC.W.6 CC.RL.6 CC.W.7 CC.RL.7 NA CC.W.8 CC.RL.8 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA CC.W.9 CC.RL.9 CC.W.10 CC.RL.10 Gap Analysis CC.SL.1 CC.RIT.1 CC.SL.2 CC.RIT.2 CC.SL.3 CC.RIT.3 CC.SL.4 CC.RIT.4 CC.SL.5 CC.RIT.5 CC.SL.6 CC.RIT.6 CC.SL.7 CC.RIT.7 CC.SL.8 CC.RIT.8 CC.SL.9 CC.RIT.9 CC.SL.10 CC.RIT.10 CC.L.1 CC.RFS.1 CC.L.2 CC.RFS.2 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA CC.L.3 CC.RFS.3 NA CC.L.4 CC.RFS.4 CC.L.5 CC.L.6 : CC.L.7 CC.L.8 CC.L.9 CC.L.10 NA NA NA NA
  10. 10. Math Domains K-5Counting and Cardinality (K)Operations and Algebraic ThinkingNumber and Operations in Base TenNumber and Operations—FractionsMeasurement and DataGeometry
  11. 11. Math Domains 6-12 Middle School High School Ratio & Proportion  Number & Number Systems Quantity Expressions &  Algebra Equations  Functions Geometry  Modeling Statistics and  Geometry Probability  Statistics & Functions (8th g) Probability
  12. 12. Work and Findings thus far Math  Elementary : Greg Fairchild  MS: Mark Roe  High School: Desiree Masters
  13. 13. Math Gap Analysis Work
  14. 14. 9/28/2011 S.I.P. Day 2nd Grade Operations & Algebraic ThinkingWhat is new from what we currently teach in our grade level? What is NOT in the Common Core that we currently teach?*We use more visual strategies and will need to incorporate mental strategies. Concrete graphs*The terminology will change from doubles to equal addends. Calendar work*An in-depth understanding of place value representation Probability*Prove even and odd by manipulating objects Patterns*Develop an even number equation that has a even sum*Write an equation showing area of equal addends as a foundations formultiplication. Number & Operations in Base Ten*Understand a three numbers’ proper place value for each digit.*Read, write and identify expanded form for numbers to 1000.*Look at regrouping as the addition of a digit’s value instead of column addition. We plan to move the three digit chapters from the end of the book to the firstgrading period. Once we have completed 2 digit regrouping we will move to 3digit regrouping. This is our attempt to begin to meet the new core standardsthat focus heavily on place value.
  15. 15. Standards Analysis Sixth Grade # Learning # Currently % Currently # Minor % Minor # Major % Major # Totally % Totally Targets Taught/Mastered Taught/Mastered Change Change Change Change New New Ratio and 20 3 15% 13 65% 4 20% 0 0% ProportionNumber System 33 14 42% 14 42% 2 65% 3 9%Expressions and 32 12 38% 10 31% 10 31% 0 0% Equations Geometry 12 1 8% 6 50% 5 42% 0 0% Stat/Prob 12 0 0% 1 8% 8 67% 3 25%
  16. 16. 8th Grade Math New Stay MoveExponents (ALL) Rational and Irrational Order of OperationsIncorporate Irrational Numbers Verbal ExpressionsNumbers into concepts Slope Operations withX-cubed equations, Using similar triangles Integerscube roots to prove slope* Rearrange equationsOperations with Solve linear equations Coordinate planeScientific Notation in one variable InequalitiesDeriving equations Examples of linear FRACTIONS!!!Compare proportional equations with one Least Commonrelationships solution Multiple, GreatestInfinite solutions, no Rational number Common Factorsolutions coefficients* Decimals to FractionsSystems of equations Expanding expressions Unit analysisVerify similarity using the distributive Setting up proportionsthrough a sequence of property and collecting Percentstransformations like terms Reading, Constructing,Informal arguments Define, evaluate, and and InterpretingProofs of Pythagorean compare functions GraphsTheorem Use functions to model CongruenceDistance between two relationships between Area, Perimeter,points in a coordinate quantities Circumference,system using P.T. Understand Surface Area, etc.Know formulas for V congruence and Volume of Cubes,of cones, cylinders, similarity using …* Prisms, Pyramidsand spheres Pythagorean Theorem: ProbabilityInvestigate patterns of unknowns Combinations andassociation in bivariate Solve problems using Permutationsdata V of cones, cylinders, Independent and and spheres Dependent Events
  17. 17. Next Steps Resources  Professional  Immediate Development  Long-term  Immediate  Long-term