Middle School Curriculum
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Instructional resources for the 6-12 North Carolina ELA Standard Course of Study.
This symbaloo contains links to sites that provide free online readings. The top section includes informational texts and the bottom section includes fictional texts.
The New York State Grades 3-12 ELA curricula include six modules that focus on reading, writing, listening, and speaking in response to high-quality texts. Each module is intended to last a quarter of a school year; the addition of two extra modules allows for teacher choice throughout the year. Each module will culminate in an end-of-module performance task, which can provide information to educators on whether students in their classrooms are achieving the standards. Modules may include several units and each unit may include a set of sequenced, coherent progressions of learning experiences that build knowledge and understanding of major concepts. They will also include daily lesson plans, guiding questions, recommended texts, scaffolding strategies, examples of proficient student work, and other classroom resources.
Battle of the Books District Competition Dates
Dates to be determined for the 2018-2019 school year.
Open Up Resources
Open Up Resources (OUR) is a nonprofit developing the highest quality full-course curricula available to districts, provided for free to promote instructional equity. OUR provides students and educators with equal access to rigorous, standards-aligned core programs. The curricula meet the highest standards for quality including unparalleled standards alignment, embedded, research-based supports for English Language Learners and students with disabilities, and engaging content developed for district-wide implementation. The middle school math program is authored by noted mathematician and standards author Bill McCallum and his team at Illustrative Mathematics.
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Instructional resources for the 6-12 North Carolina Mathematics Standard Course of Study.
This document is to help LEAs and Charter Schools to determine the multiple options for students to meet the secondary math requirements for graduation that are aligned to their post-secondary plans.