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Children Have the Right to… : Common Assignment 2 (Mid Assessment) For Students
This is the mid-assessment section (for students) of Children Have a Right to…, a unit that helps students refine their ability to successfully argue a claim using logical reasoning, evidence, and explanations collected from credible resources — all in the context of children’s rights. For easy use, files are available in PDF and Word.
Here’s what we know: Implementing a comprehensive, standards-aligned curriculum is a complex undertaking, even in a typical, in-person classroom. There are new pedagogical approaches to consider, texts and topics to unpack, instructional shifts to practice, academic routines to introduce, and the list goes on.
Research tells us that high-quality, aligned instructional materials is important in helping teachers support their students in mastering the skills, knowledge, and experience they need to be college and career ready.
Much has been written and debated on the state-led shift toward more rigorous, consistent K-12 education standards commonly known as Common Core. At the same time, that intense focus on the standards has obscured an equally important shift – the adoption of instructional resources aligned to the new standards.
Aug 12, 2017
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