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College and Career Readiness Standards (CCRS) ELA

CCRS English Language Arts (ELA) 102 Instructional Shifts, Evidence & Building Knowledge-EASTCONN

Free

with Amy Shea

Calendar Feb 28, 2020 at 9 am

CCRS ELA 102 Instructional Shifts, Evidence, & Building Knowledge (4 hour session) Part 2 of 2 Building on work done in ELA 101, participants will continue to investigate standards and review the key instructional shifts. We will focus on the importance of text dependent questions, citing evidence in speaking and writing, and how this helps to build students’ knowledge.  Activities will encourage a deeper understanding of how to implement CCRS in instruction in all classrooms.

Assignment: Lesson PlanParticipants must have completed ELA 101 before attending ELA 102.Objective: Building on ELA 101, participants will create a lesson plan integrating ELA standards appropriate for their adult learners.

*NOTE:  ELA101 and ELA102 MUST be taken consecutively.

Presenter-Amy Shea

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CCRS English Language Arts (ELA) 202 Lesson Development Workshop-EASTCONN

Free

with Aileen Halloran

Calendar Apr 1, 2020 at 9 am

Prerequisite:  Teachers must complete the CCRS ELA 101 and 102 workshops before attending this session.

This workshop provides for our students high-quality resources and instruction aides to help the development of skills needed to be successful in the workplace or further education. During this session, we will build our capacity to create lessons aligned to the College and Career Readiness Standards (CCRS) and to identify and use good resources wisely. After reviewing some lessons, we will work in teams to create lessons aligned to the CCRS.

Please bring your copy of the standards, a text you might like to use to create a lesson (resources will be provided as well) and a laptop with Wi-Fi capability. Resources from the 100 level sessions might be helpful but not required.

Presenter-Aileen Halloran

Will run

Video - CCRS English Language Arts (ELA) 101 Instructional Shifts, Text Complexity & Vocabulary

Free

with ATDN Staff

Calendar Jun 30, 2020 at 9 am

CCRS ELA 101 Instructional Shifts, Text Complexity, & Vocabulary (video session) Part 1 of 2The College and Career Readiness Standards (CCRS) for Adult Education are a set of college and career readiness standards that reflect the content most relevant to preparing adult students for success in colleges, technical training programs, work and citizenship. In this session participants will investigate the standards and review the key Instructional Shifts identified in the areas of English/Language Arts. The importance of choosing texts of appropriate complexity and teaching academic vocabulary will be identified in this training. Activities will encourage a deeper understanding of how to use standards when planning lessons in all content areas.

Assignment: Qualitative Analysis of Text

Objective: Participants will become familiar with the CCRS document, describe the three key shifts, choose appropriate text for their adult learners, and identify academic vocabulary.

*NOTE:  ELA101 and ELA102 MUST be taken consecutively.

 

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Video - CCRS English Language Arts (ELA) 102 Instructional Shifts, Evidence & Building Knowledge-

Free

with ATDN Staff

Calendar Jun 30, 2020 at 9 am

CCRS ELA 102 Instructional Shifts, Evidence, & Building Knowledge (Video session) Part 2 of 2 Building on work done in ELA 101, participants will continue to investigate standards and review the key instructional shifts. We will focus on the importance of text dependent questions, citing evidence in speaking and writing, and how this helps to build students’ knowledge.  Activities will encourage a deeper understanding of how to implement CCRS in instruction in all classrooms.

Assignment: Lesson PlanParticipants must have completed ELA 101 before attending ELA 102.Objective: Building on ELA 101, participants will create a lesson plan integrating ELA standards appropriate for their adult learners.

*NOTE:  ELA101 and ELA102 MUST be taken consecutively.

 

Will run





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