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Common Core Standards for the High School English Language Arts:

Title 2:

A Quick-Start Guide

By:
Susan Ryan & Dana Frazee
Details:
Paperback
Year:
2012
Pages:
105
Size:
7" x 9"
ISBN:
9781416614616
Item Code:
CCSH
Price: $17.95
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High school teachers and leaders with responsibility for English language arts (ELA) need this handy guide to successfully implement the Common Core in their respective grade levels. Getting a copy for every staff member ensures they know

  • How grades 11–12 ELA content differs from and builds upon 9–10 standards.
  • How the four strands throughout the standards are connected and reinforced.
  • How the anchor standards establish the frame for preparing students for college and career.

To jumpstart your standards implementation, the standards are provided in easy-to-read narrative form. There's a lesson design template based on Classroom Instruction That Works, 2nd Edition with three sample lessons, so you and your colleagues can see the implications and advantages of teaching the Common Core.
(ASCD book copublished with McREL, 2012)

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