Recorded on November 07, 2012
How can educators build shared responsibility for students’ literacy development during a transition to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS)?
View this webinar and learn what the CCSS expect of all students, and how teachers of all subjects areas can help ensure that students are truly college and career ready.
This webinar in the series, “Transitioning to the California Common Core State Standards in English Language Arts and Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects,” engages participants in an investigation of Common Core Reading Anchor Standard 1. It also provides an analysis of examples of text that exemplify both literary and informational text.
You will learn:
- How this series ties into other efforts
- The importance of evidence in the CCSS for all content areas
- Anchor Standard R-1 in English language arts (ELA) and the content areas, and how it connects to other Reading Standards
- Anchor Standard W-1 in ELA and the content areas, and how it connects to other Standards within and outside the Writing Strand