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Text-Dependent Analysis in Action: Examples From Dr. MLK, Jr.'s Letter from a Birmingham Jail

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Uploaded on Aug 19, 2011

• In-depth analysis and discussion of Dr. King's Letter from a Birmingham Jail
• Explanation of the cognitive requirements of the Standards
• Examples drawn from specific, well-argued paragraphs

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    Vignette #8 Mathematics

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    Vignette #9 School Leaders and the Common Core

  3. 16

    Vignette #10 Assessment and the Common Core

  4. 17

    Inquiry-Based K-12 Science Instruction

  5. 18

    Building the Foundations -- Elementary School Science Education

  6. 19

    Exploration, Discovery, Learning -- Middle School Science Education

  7. 20

    Preparing for College and Careers -- High School Science Education

  8. 21

    Hands, Minds Open: The Changing Face of Science Education

  9. 22

    Common Core In the Classroom: Math in Context Algebra that "Makes Sense"

  10. 23

    Los estándares estatales de educación: Una nueva base para el éxito estudiantil (español)

  11. 24

    Common Core State Standards: A New Foundation for Student Success (Stand Alone)

  12. 25

    Common Core State Standards: A New Foundation for Student Success

  13. 26

    Common Core State Standards: Principles of Development

  14. 27

    The Mathematics Standards: How They Were Developed and Who Was Involved

  15. 28

    The English Language Arts Standards: Key Changes and their Evidence

  16. 29

    Writing to Inform and Make Arguments

  17. 30

    The Balance of Informational and Literary Texts in K-5

  18. 31

    Literary Non-Fiction in Grades 6-12: Opening New Worlds for Teachers and Students

  19. 32

    Literary Non-Fiction in the Classroom: Opening New Worlds for Students

  20. 33

    Literacy in Other Disciplines

  21. Text-Dependent Analysis in Action: Examples From Dr. MLK, Jr.'s Letter from a Birmingham Jail

  22. 35

    Conventions of Standard English Writing and Speaking

  23. 36

    Speaking and Listening: The Key Role of Evidence

  24. 37

    The Crucial Role of Higher Education and Business in Developing the Standards

  25. 38

    The Mathematics Standards: Key Changes and Their Evidence

  26. 39

    The Importance of Coherence in Mathematics

  27. 40

    The Importance of Focus in Mathematics

  28. 41

    The Importance of Mathematical Practices

  29. 42

    Mathematical Practices, Focus and Coherence in the Classroom

  30. 43

    Whole Numbers to Fractions in Grades 3-6

  31. 44

    Operations and Algebraic Thinking

  32. 45

    High School Math Courses

  33. 46

    The Importance of Mathematics Progressions

  34. 47

    The Importance of Mathematics Progressions from the Student Perspective

  35. 48

    Gathering Momentum for Algebra

  36. 49

    Mathematics Fluency: A Balanced Approach

  37. 50

    Ratio and Proportion in Grades 6-8: Connections to College and Career Skills

  38. 51

    The Mathematics Standards and the Shifts They Require

  39. 52

    Helping Teachers: Coherence and Focus

  40. 53

    Shifts in Math Practice: The Balance Between Skills and Understanding

  41. 54

    Tri-State Summit: Meeting the Needs of Disadvantaged Youth in the Afterschool Hours

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