Maureen McLaughlin and Brenda Overturf explain the key points of the CCSS and describe how to use the Standards effectively in grades 6a12 instruction. The authors delve into important topics such as assessment, implementation, and curriculumaas well as the implications of the Common Core for special populations such as English learners, students with disabilities, and gifted and talented students. In addition to a focus on disciplinary literacy throughout the book, there is an entire chapter devoted to helping you teach students to use disciplinary strategies to engage, guide, and extend their thinking. The second part of this book is even more exciting: a detailed look at each of the College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Reading, combined with practical guidance on how to use those Standards to teach your middle school and high school students. Each Standard is aligned with accessible, appropriate, research-based strategies to help you integrate the ELA Standards into a series of rich, connected, instructional tasks. Classroom applications, student examples, and valuable teaching tools make this the resource youall turn to again and again as you implement the CCSS in your classroom, school, and district.Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers, 17, 19, 23a 24 pathos, 189 PDF, annotated, 88, 88f Pearson, ... See professional learning communities Poe, E.A., 114a115 poetry, resources for, 221 point ofview, 160a 173 Popplet, 155 ... Project Gutenberg, 221 publishers: and implementation, 31a 33; resources for, 40 purpose, 160a173; graphic organizer on, 172f ... See specially designed instruction selfaassessment, 18 Semantic Feature Analysis, Index 235.
|Title||:||The Common Core|
|Author||:||Maureen McLaughlin, Brenda J. Overturf|
|Publisher||:||International Reading Assoc. - 2013-04-09|