Module 1: Analysis of a Research Simulation Task in CTE

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Supporting Rigorous CTE
Teaching and Learning
Module 1: Analysis of a
Research Simulation Task
in CTE
Tennessee Department of Education
CTE
High School
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Supporting Rigorous CTE
Teaching and Learning
Common Core State Standards
and Literacy in CTE
Tennessee Department of Education
CTE
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Common Core State Standards
The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) are a
set of national standards that are being adopted by
multiple states as their common standards.
The standards address: Mathematics, ELA, and
Literacy. The Literacy component touches Science,
History/Social Studies, and Technical Subjects
(CTE).
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Assessment
Part of the CCSS is that each state joins a consortium of
states to administer common assessments. These
common assessments will allow direct comparison of
results across regions and states.
TN is part of the PARCC consortium. PARCC is a 22state consortium focused on providing a high-level
assessment of mastery as defined by the CCSS in ELA
and Mathematics. It will assess literacy skills, but not
content outside of ELA and Mathematics.
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• We will be digging into the CCSS to
understand how they connect to CTE
and our teaching.
• First let’s get a sense of the big
picture of where we expect our
students to be in a few years.
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Course of Study
1. Analysis of a Research Simulation Task in CTE
2. Engaging in Rigorous CTE Lessons
3. Text Complexity
4. Academically Productive Talk
5. Arguments and Explanatory Writing
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Goals
• Deepen understanding of a Research Simulation
Task (RST) by
– engaging in a research simulation task;
– analyzing and discussing RST connections with
the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for
Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects
reading and writing standards; and
– discussing implications for teaching and learning
in CTE.
• Reflect on learning.
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Norms for Working Together
• Keep students at the center.
• Be present and engaged.
• Monitor air time and share your voice.
• Challenge with respect.
• Stay solutions oriented.
• Risk productive struggle.
• Balance urgency and patience.
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Common Core State Standards
(CCSS)
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“The Common Core standards represent considerable
change from what states currently call for in their
standards and in what they assess…[Furthermore,] they
are different from what U.S. teachers report they are
currently teaching.”
Porter, McMaken, Hwang, and Yang
Common Core State Standards: The New US Intended Curriculum
Educational Researcher, 2011, 40: 103
Packet 1: CTE Materials, page 5
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Common Core State Standards (CCSS) Key
Shifts for ELA & Literacy
1. Complexity: Regular practice with complex text
and its academic language
2. Evidence: Reading, writing, and speaking
grounded in evidence from text, both literary and
informational
3. Knowledge: Building knowledge through content
rich nonfiction
What questions do you have about the key shifts?
*Excerpted from A Strong State Role in Common Core State Standards Implementation: Rubric and
Self-Assessment Tool, p. 6, Table 1, Key Instructional Shifts of the Common Core State Standards,
by the Partnership of Readiness for College and Careers Transition & Implementation Institute, 2012,
Washington, DC: Achieve.
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Who is responsible for what?
Section
Pages
Responsibility
K-5
9-33
Elementary Teacher
6-12 ELA
34-58
ELA Teacher
6-12 HST
59-66
Subject Matter Teacher
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Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for
English Language Arts (ELA) & Literacy in
History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical
Subjects
CCSS for ELA consist of
• Reading
– Literature
– Informational Text
– Foundational Skills
• Writing
– Arguments
– Explanatory Text
– Narratives
• Speaking & Listening
• Language
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CCSS for Literacy in Science
and Technical Subjects
consist of
• Reading
– Informational Text
• Writing
– Arguments
– Explanatory Text
Course and disciplinespecific content still comes
from your content standards.
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College and Career Readiness Anchor
Standards for Reading & Writing
Reading (page 60)
• Key Ideas and Details
• Craft and Structure
• Integration of
Knowledge and Ideas
• Range of Reading and
Level of Text
Complexity
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Writing (page 63)
• Text Types and
Purposes
• Production and
Distribution of Writing
• Research to Build and
Present Knowledge
• Range of Writing
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Research Simulation Task
• You are going to engage in a Research Simulation
Task (RST) similar to one students in your gradeband might encounter.
• Engage in the task as an adult rather than a K-12
student.
• Take 90 minutes to complete the task. Be ready to
share your writing with your colleagues at XX:XX.
• Please take the time to fully engage in the task. This
task is important because it provides a common
experience as we delve into the new literacy
expectations.
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Research Simulation Task
Analysis
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Task Sheet
Analysis of a Research Simulation Task
Part I—Partner Work
With a partner, take about 10 minutes to do the following:
1. Share and discuss your responses to the tasks by giving your partner your
answer sheets and allowing him/her time to read your responses.
1.
Answer the four questions
a. How is this assessment different from current assessments?
b. How did the Research Simulation Task (RST) relate to the
Common Core State Standards (CCSS) key shifts?
c. What did you have to know and be able to do to complete each
task?
d. What did you find challenging?
2.
Review the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for Literacy in
Science and Technical Subjects reading and writing standards.
1.
Identify and chart the specific standards assessed across the tasks.
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Task Sheet
Analysis of a Research Simulation Task
(continued)
Part II—Stand-N-Share
1. You and your partner will stand at your chart.
1. When asked, share one literacy reading or writing standard
you have listed.
1. As others share, check off the identified standard (if you
have it listed) OR add the identified standard (if you agree)
to your chart.
1. We will continue to share, check off, and add until all pairs
have exhausted their list of standards.
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Task Sheet
Analysis of a Research Simulation Task
(continued)
Part III—Whole Group Discussion
• What insights did you gain from engaging in the Research
Simulation Task (RST)?
• How does the RST exemplify the three Common Core
State Standards CCSS key shifts and literacy reading and
writing standards?
• What do you see as implications for teaching and learning
in CTE?
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Reflection
Take a few minutes to reflect personally and/or share with a
partner what you learned from this session.
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Takeaways
An understanding of
• the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) key shifts in
literacy;
• the CCSS for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects
reading and writing standards; and
• how key shifts of CCSS for Literacy in Science and
Technical Subjects are shifting expectations for CTE
teaching and learning.
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Gots and Needs
• Think about the module takeaways and your current
level of understanding for each takeaway.
• What messages are clear (you got it)? Use a “sticky”
note to share your “Gots.” Write one “Got” per sticky
note.
• What questions do you still have? Use a “sticky” note to
share your “Needs.” Write one “Need” per sticky note.
• Post your “Gots” and “Needs” on the appropriate chart.
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Participant Reflection Form
Take a few moments to respond to the Participant
Reflection Form on page 13.
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