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NH LEARNING INITIATIVE PROJECT : SOCIAL STUDIES: DECONSTRUCTED STANDARDS

Common Core Anchor Literacy Standards

Grade-Level Common Core Deconstructed Literacy Standards

The Concept Organizers were created to assist teachers in aligning their instruction to the Common Core Standards. These concept organizers are not replacements for teachers’ individual units. They are deconstructions of the Common Core Standards and the content area standards. These concept organizers are a resource from which teachers can select appropriate Knowledge, Understandings, and Dos to develop their own unit(s) of instruction.

 

Grade-Level Common Core Deconstructed Mathematics Standards

The Concept Organizers were created to assist teachers in aligning their instruction to the Common Core Standards. These concept organizers are not replacements for teachers’ individual units. They are deconstructions of the Common Core Standards and the content area standards. These concept organizers are a resource from which teachers can select appropriate Knowledge, Understandings, and Dos to develop their own unit(s) of instruction.

 

Common Core Special Education Extended Literacy and Mathematics Standards

The following standards represent the National Common Core Standards unpacked and extended to illustrate the paths for demonstrating competency for students at all skill levels. The extended standards should show a clear link to the content standards for the grade in which each student is enrolled, although the grade-level content may be reduced in complexity or modified to reflect pre-requisite skills.

Throughout the standards, descriptors (e.g. describe, answer, ask, name) should be interpreted to mean that the student will be taught and tested according to their usual mode of communication. In addition to these "extended' standards, special educators should review the standards for each grade level they support.