The modules below discuss key concepts and ideas of the Common Core Georgia Performance Standards. If you have questions or comments, please post them in the discussion box below.




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LITERACY IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS, SOCIAL STUDIES, SCIENCE, AND TECHNICAL SUBJECTS


The Three Big Shifts

Shift 1: Building content knowledge and understanding through rich non-fiction texts.

Shift 2: Reading, writing, and listening grounded in evidence from the text.

Shift 3: Regular practice with complex-text and its academic vocabulary.











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TEXT COMPLEXITY


What is Text Complexity?

Simply put, text complexity means that as students progress through grades k-12, the texts they read should also become progressively more difficult. This process ensures the students’ growth in [[#|reading comprehension]].





TEXT COMPLEXITY


What is Text Complexity?

Simply put, text complexity means that as [[#|students]] progress through grades k-12, the texts they read should also become progressively more difficult. This process ensures the students’ growth in [[#|reading comprehension]].





STANDARDS BASED PLANNING AND CCGPS


What does Standards-Based Planning for the CCGPS look like?

Learn how backwards [[#|design]] is integral to effective implementation of Common Core Georgia [[#|Performance Standards]].




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CLOSE READING AND CCGPS


What do we mean by the term “close reading”?

Close reading involves the reading and rereading of a text in order to locate evidence in the text (facts and specific details and features of the text) that allow the [[#|reader]] to reach a warranted conclusion about the meaning of the text.





THE READING AND WRITING RELATIONSHIP


  • What types of reading text are required in the CCGPS?
  • What are some examples?
  • What types of writing are required in the CCGPS?
  • How do I combine the two in a hands-on approach?
  • What are some examples?

RUBRICS AND PERFORMANCE TASKS


  • What exactly is a rubric?
  • How do I construct a scoring rubric?
  • What are the steps in creating a rubric?

One product of the standards-based [[#|education]] movement that has gained popularity over the last few years is the use of [[#|rubrics]] for scoring or evaluating [[#|student]] performance on performance tasks. What must be clearly understood in standards-based education is that the student must produce evidence of learning that will show his or her depth of understanding for a standard.


IMPLEMENTATION AND ACADEMIC VOCABULARY

Focus on the major shifts:

  • What students read
  • How they read it
  • Writing from sources
  • Research/synthesis of sources
  • Premium on argument
  • Academic vocabulary





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GACIS/Resources 9-26

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CSRA RESA 10-11-12 and Griffin RESA 10-23-12


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