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Lesson Alignment to Standards

Lesson Alignment to Standards

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In this lesson you will learn how to revise a lesson for alignment standards based outcomes and objectives

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Notes on "Lesson Alignment to Standards"

(00:00-00:37) Intro

(00:38-00:51) Objectives

(00:52-03:21) Sample Lesson Plan Standards & Proficiency Rubric

(03:22-05:22) Sample Lesson Plan Learning Outline & Assessments

(05:23-08:55) DuFour 5 Essential Questions

(08:55-09:14) Review

(09:15-09:56) Reflection

Additional Resources

Achieve.org: EQuIP Rubrics

Equip Rubric for the review of CCSS lessons, resource and units aligned to the CCSS standards. Currently there are many resources available with a CCSS sticker attached, yet very few of these resources are actually aligned. As an educator it can be difficult to know if a resource is aligned. The Equip rubric provides an easy to use rubric for educators to use in selecting and developing resources and lessons aligned to the CCSS. Below is a link to the rubric as well as a how to video on using the rubric.
Rubric for ELA grades 3-12: http://www.achieve.org/files/EQuIP-ELArubric-06-24-13-FINAL.pdf
Rubric for ELA grades K-2: http://www.achieve.org/files/K-2ELALiteracyEQuIPRubric-07-18-13_1.pdf
Rubric for Math K-12: http://www.achieve.org/files/EQuIPmathrubric-06-17-13_1.pdf
Video - scroll to the bottom of page and click on tab labeled Equip Training Materials: http://www.achieve.org/EQuIP 
 

5 Online Tools That Help You Align Lessons to Common Core Standards


In this  Free Tech For Teachers' Article by Richard Byrne you will find clickable links to five online lesson development tools. Byrne provides a brief description of each tool to help you select the one that is the best for you. If you are a Google Apps district and You Tube is not blocked, for example, you may find Teaching Object online lesson planner a good fit. If not, there are 4 other tools for you to explore.
http://www.freetech4teachers.com/2013/10/5-online-tools-that-help-you-align.html#.VMKEPGTF_0o