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Welcome! Please take part in this Activating Strategy: DIRECTIONS: Place a Post-It (on each chart displayed around the room) in the area of the rubric that corresponds to your level of knowledge and expertise in reference to the Delaware Prioritized Curriculum and the Common Core State Standards. Slide 2 Rubric for Posters Minnow-I have no experience in this area Sea bass- I have limited experience in this area Dolphin- I have adequate experience in this area Whale- I am an expert in this area Slide 3 Whats in Your Toolbox? These are all of the items in Section Introduction section of the binder. 1. Agenda 2. Introduction Overview 3. Teacher Blackboard Directions 4. Activating Charts 1-6 5. UbD vs. LFS Slide 4 THE DELAWARE PRIORITIZED CURRICULUM & THE COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS Component Two Train The Trainer Summer 2010 Denise DiSabatino AllenGregory Fulkerson Deb Hansen Library/Media/TechnologyWorld Languages Visual and Performing Arts Juley HarperCrystal Lancour April McCrae English Language ArtsMathematics Science Diana RoscoeDusty Shockley John Moyer MathematicsSocial Studies Science Slide 5 Why Are You Here? Delaware is a participating member in the 48-state consortium focused on development and adoption of rigorous, K-12 Common Core Standards in English Language Arts and Mathematics You are here to receive training about the Delaware Prioritized Curriculum and the Common Core State Standards Slide 6 What will you get out of this training? You will receive an overview to the scope, purpose and implementation plan for proposed Delaware Prioritized Curriculum and the Common Core State Standards in ELA and Math following their adoption by the State Board of Education. learn about where to access the adopted Delaware Prioritized Curriculum and the Common Core State Standards on the DOE website. become familiar with the general format of the Delaware Prioritized Curriculum and the Common Core State standards. Slide 7 What will you get out of this training? learn more about the Common Core Comparison that was completed to create a crosswalk between the existing Delaware Prioritized Curriculum and the Common Core State Standards. become familiar with the impact of the Delaware Prioritized Curriculum and the Common Core State Standards on the new DCAS state assessment in ELA and Math explore next steps related to the Delaware Prioritized Curriculum and the Common Core State Standards for planning for the upcoming years teaching and learning. Slide 8 Race to the Top Scope of Work (SOW) Implement rigorous college and career ready standards and link with high-quality formative and summative assessments (SOW Areas 1, 2) Implement and provide training in rigorous new Common Core Standards, align grade- level expectations to guide curriculum http://www.doe.k12.de.us/rttt/default.shtml Slide 9 Necessary Transitional Steps: Prioritization of Standards Delaware employed LFS to help with prioritization-completed 2009 Adopt Common Standards Delaware has had necessary law in place since 1995 Delawares common standards are hosted online with Grade Level Expectations and recommended instructional units Slide 10 Component One Provides an overview of the scope, purpose, and implementation plan for the Delaware Prioritized Curriculum and the Common Core State Standards in ELA and Math Is a series of online modules using Blackboard Available July 16, 2010 Estimated to take 2 hours to complete http://www.doe.k12.de.us/infosuites/staff/ci/de _prit_comstandards.shtml Slide 11 Do you have new staff members who may not have access to Blackboard? As you make changes with staff, just let us know via our help email, component1help@gmail.com Slide 12 Do you still want to register staff for Train the Trainer Sessions? Please contact Shervon Bolden for registration, 735- 4196, sbolden@doe.k12.de.us sbolden@doe.k12.de.us http://www.doe.k12.de.us/info suites/staff/ci/de_prit_comsta ndards.shtml http://www.doe.k12.de.us/info suites/staff/ci/de_prit_comsta ndards.shtml Slide 13 Component 1 Modules Module A Introduction to the Delaware Prioritized Curriculum in ELA, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies and the Common Core State Standards for ELA and Mathematics Essential Question: What are the Common Core Standards and Prioritized Curriculum? Module A Slide 14 Component 1 Modules Module B Prioritized Curriculum and Common Core State Standards and Comparisons Essential Question: How does the Prioritized Curriculum compare to the Common Core State Standards in ELA and/or Mathematics? Module B Slide 15 Component 1 Modules Module C Impact of Standards Prioritization and Adoption of Common Core State Standards on the DCAS State Assessment Essential Question: How will adopting the Prioritized Curriculum and the Common Core State Standards impact DCAS? Module C Slide 16 Component 1 Modules Module D Next Steps for Teaching and Learning Essential Question: How will the Prioritized Curriculum and the Common Core State Standards impact my next steps in planning for instruction? Module D Slide 17 What is Component 2? A deeper discussion of the standards within each assessed content area. Secondary teachers and specialists will participate in a half-day session in their primary content area. Elementary teachers will be provided with a full-day equivalent of component #2, with coverage of all four assessed areas (English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies). Slide 18 What is your role in Component Two? You will receive a toolkit of materials needed to lead the trainings in your district and schools. lead the structured activities for Component Two in your district involve your teachers in a deeper discussion of the standards within each assessed content area. provide secondary teachers and specialists in your district/schools with a half-day session in their primary content area. provide elementary teachers with a full-day equivalent of Component Two with coverage of all four assessed areas (English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies). Slide 19 Who are your facilitators? Delaware Center for Teacher Education ELA- Carol Vukelich, Bonnie Albertson, Chris Evans Math/Science- MSERC-Jon Manon and staff Social Studies- Fran OMalley Southern Delaware Professional Development Center (SDPDC) ELA- Tracy Hudson, Aleta Thompson, Patti Bunting, Ann Lewis Math- Molli Carter Science- John Moyer, April McCrae, Todd Dunnn Social Studies- Tim Young Slide 20 Content Area Breakout Sessions Slide 21 ELA Bonnie Albertson More.matching CCSS to DE standards 21 Slide 22 Next Steps for Teaching and Learning 22 Essential Question: How are DE ELA Prioritized Curriculum and the ELA Common Core State Standards aligned? Slide 23 23 Reading Standards for Literature Standard 2 Standard 3 Standard 4 Reading Standards for Informational text Standard 2 Standard 3 Foundational Skills Standard 2 Standard 1 Writing Standards [Informative, Persuasive/Argumentative, Narrative] Standard 1 Standard 3 Standards for Speaking and Listening Standard 1 Language Standards Standard 1 Standard 2 CCSS Anchor Standards and Delaware Standards Slide 24 Terms. 24 COMMON COREDELAWARE Strands: 1.Reading Literature Informational Text Foundational Skills (K- 5) 2.Writing 3.Speaking/Listening 4.Language Standards: 1.Composing Written Oral 2.Reading 3.Research 4.Literature CCR [College/Career Readiness] Anchor Standards Performance Indicators [PIs] Grade Specific StandardsGLEs Slide 25 More Terms. 25 Topics: Reading Literary/Informational: Key Ideas & Details Craft and Structure Integration of Knowledge and Ideas Range and Level of Text Complexity Foundations (K-5) Print Concepts Phonological Awareness Phonics and Word Recognition Fluency Writing Text Types and Purposes Production and Distribution of Writing Research to Build Knowledge Range of Writing Speaking/Listening Comprehension and Collaboration Presentation of Knowledge and Ideas Language Conventions in Writing and Speaking Vocabulary Acquisition and Use Topics: Delaware does not really have topics; however, here are some possible parallels 1.Written and Oral Communication Purposes: Informative, Persuasive, Expressive Development Organization Word Choice/Style Sentence Structure Conventions 2.Reading Determining Meaning Interpreting Meaning Extending Meaning Connecting to Self 3.Research 4.Literature Determining Meaning Interpreting Meaning Extending Meaning Connecting to Self Slide 26 Anticipation Guide True/False: The secondary match between CCSS standards and DE PIs is stronger than the elementary match. True/False: The weakest match between CCSS grade level standards and DE GLEs can be found at grade 4. True/False: Grade Level match between GLEs and CCSS grade level indicators is stronger at 5 th and 6-8 th grades Which of the content strand(s) has/have some kind of a weak match literature, informational, reading foundations, writing, speaking/listening, language? Which of the content strand(s) has/have the strongest match literature, informational, reading foundations, writing, speaking/listening, and/or language? 26 Slide 27 ELA Common Core State Standards Analysis 27 100% It doesnt get any better than that! Slide 28 28 K123456-89-1011- 12 Exc.71%65%79%88%90%92%97% 96% Good26%35%21%10%9%6%3% 4% Weak3%1% CCSS match to DE PIs Slide 29 Grade Level match between GLEs and CCSS grade level indicators 29 K123456-8 CC standard appears before it does in DE 18%11%4%3%1%0% CC standard appearing after it does in DE 0%21%1%2% 0% Same82%68%95% 98%99% Slide 30 CCSS match within content strands 30 ELA strandsExcellentGoodWeak Literature91%9% Informational94%5% Reading Foundations (K- 5) 75%25% Writing100%0 Speaking & Listening 98%2% Language76%22%2% Slide 31 Anticipation Guide True/False: The secondary match between CCSS standards and DE PIs is stronger than the elementary match. True/False: The weakest match between CCSS grade level standards and DE GLEs ca