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This ELA CCSS Teacher Resource Package contains 917 pages of essential information required to fully understand, and effectively implement the CCSS for ELA. The document consists of multiple files which are freely available online.
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Materials Contained in the document include:
CCSS ELA Document: Simply the original common core for English Language Arts. The only advantage is the quick-search feature. www.corestandards.org
CCSS ELA Verticle Progression Documents. This resource is organized in a way that allows you to take a standard and quickly see the way the standard builds as it moves up the grade levels. www.readsidebyside.com
Writing Examples and Assessment Tools from Common Core Appendix "C", and "In Common": Of all of the things I have discovered, this one is my favorite. Assessing writing is difficult. With the newness of the Common Core, it is unclear what "at standard" writing looks like. This document is full of student examples through all grade levels. They are annotated in a way that shows you how specific aspects of the writing demonstrate a particular standard. www.achievethecore.org
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