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CCSS Common Core State Standards

CAS Core Academic Standards

Communication Arts ELA English Language Arts

ELA Common Core


I have heard

Im wondering

MIX PAIR SHARE 1. Introduce yourself. 2. Tell one thing youve heard about common core. 3. Tell one thing you wondering about common core.

GLEs Reading Writing

COMMON CORE Reading Writing

Listening and Speaking

Information Literacy

Speaking and Listening


Literature and Informational Text


Ideas and Details and Structure of Knowledge and Ideas


Integration Range

of Reading and Level of Text Complexity

Stories childrens adventure stories, folktales, legends,
fables, fantasy, realistic fiction, and myth

http://www.longlongtimeago.com/index.html and http://www.planetozkids.com/oban/legends.htm

Dramas staged dialogue and brief familiar scenes

http://www.ateacherstreasure.com/2011/12/treasured-tipreaders-theater.html Poetry nursery rhymes and the subgenres of the narrative poem, limerick, and free verse poem https://sites.google.com/a/labrae.k12.oh.us/mrs-micheledeprofio-4th-grade-language-arts/reading/poetry

Literary Nonfiction and Historical, Scientific, and Technical Texts biographies and autobiographies; books about history, social studies, science, and the arts; technical texts including directions, forms, and information displayed in graphs, charts, or maps; and digital sources on a range of topics


Mini-lesson Independent


Flexible Small Groups Independent Reading Responding to Reading Literacy Stations Teacher Takes Running Records Teacher Confers


Grade Bands and Associated Lexile Ranges

Text Complexity Grade Band in the Standards Old Lexile Ranges Lexile Ranges Aligned to CCR Expectations

K-1 2-3 4-5 6-8 9-10 11-CCR

N/A 450-725 645-845 860-1010 960-1115 1070-1220

N/A 450-790 770-980 955-1155 1080-1305 1215-1355

Simple Text
-Single level of meaning -Explicit purpose -Simple structure -Events in chronological order -Language is literal -Clear language -Contemporary, familiar -Conversational -Simple theme -Single theme -Everyday experiences -Perspective like ones own

Complex Text
-Multiple levels of meaning -Implicit, hidden, obscure purpose -Complex structure -Flashbacks, flash-forwards -Figurative or ironic -Ambiguous or misleading language -Archaic or unfamiliar -Academic language -Sophisticated themes -Multiple themes -Distinctly different experiences -Perspective unlike ones own

The sky was darker now. My ears rang with crickets, and my eyes stung from staring too long. I blinked hard as I watched them Fireflies! Blinking on, blinking off, dipping low, soaring high above my head, making white patterns in the dark.

Lexile Level 630 2-3 Grade Band Read Aloud ?

Florida and Dallas had only been in the holler a few weeks, and although they had run up and down its hills and shouted across its streams and thrown mud at each other and scrambled over bushes and up trees and spit in a hundred places and dug up worms near the damp creek bank, they did not have a very good sense of direction once they were out of sight of the cabin. Lexile Level 660 2-3 Grade Band Read Aloud ?

Palmetto bugs, like shiny Brown leaves, weave in And out of the grass. They pass spider webs Spun out across Resurrection ferns That the first soft rains have startled into life. Lexile Level 1030 9-10 Grade Band Read Aloud ?

It was one of those super-duper cold Saturdays. One of those days when you breathed out your breath kind of hung frozen in the air like a hunk of smoke and you could walk along and look exactly like a train blowing out big, fat, white puffs of smoke.
Lexile Level 1000 6-8 Grade Band Read Aloud ?

Print Concepts


Phonological Awareness

Phonics and Word Recognition




Types and Purposes and Distribution of Writing

Production Research Range

to Build and Present Knowledge

of Writing



Students Write Teachers Confer Flexible Small Groups


Whats Whats

the same as the GLEs? different from the GLEs?


and Collaboration Presentation of Knowledge and Ideas


of Standard English Knowledge of Language Vocabulary Acquisition and Use

https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/impr oving-student-vocabulary?fd=1
Lesson Objective Make high-level conversation part of your classroom's daily routine Questions to Consider

How does Ms. Kim make vocabulary a natural part of the classroom? Notice the synonym list and vocabulary cards that provide visual references. How does the students' response to this strategy change over time?

Common Core Standards ELA.L.2.5

Im already teaching this.

Add to the current curriculum

RI Reading Informational Text K Grade Level 5 - Standard

Reading Literature 6th Grade Standard 10

Writing 3rd Grade Standard 2