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Nine Ways the Common Core Will Change Classroom Practice

09 Sep

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The Common Core State Standards may “share many features and concepts with existing standards” but “the new standards also represent a substantial departure from current practice in a number of respects.”

This post looks at the differences in Mathematics and ELA, providing an explanation with some details for each difference.

In Mathematics the differences listed are;
* Greater Focus

* Coherence

* Skills, Understanding, and Application

* Emphasis on Practices

In English Language Arts the differences listed are:
* More Nonfiction

* Focus on Evidence

* “Staircase” of Text Complexity

* Speaking and Listening

* Literacy in the Content Area

See on www.hepg.org

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