JC4 Scope & Sequence vs. Aug 9 2018
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JC4 Math Minimum Scope and Sequence Document
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This document will serve as the minimum scope and sequence document for JC4. As such, it is intended to provide a minimum example of how the CCSS can be bundled and sequenced in order for Jackson County teachers to appropriately cover their grade level/subject specific standards.
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Directions:
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Typically in curriculum design work, one would want to sequence academic topics so that they build on one another in a way that will allow the student to integrate each new idea, topic, or theme with the preceding ones as the course proceeds. On your grade level/subject tab below, your team is tasked to bundle and sequence out their academic standards. You will record the CCSS standard code, standard, JC4 long term target and instructional remarks for each standard. Instructional remarks are intended to describe what portions of the standard are to be taught during this part of the course sequence. Please highlight standard codes that fall within the critical areas.
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Example:
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CCSS CodeStandardLong Term TargetInstructional Remarks
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K.G.6Compose simple shapes to form larger shapes. For example, "Can you join these two triangles with full sides touching to make a rectangle?"I can create larger shapes by using several smaller shapes.During this unit, students will explore making general quadrilaterals, rectangles and squares with triangles.
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K.MD.1Describe measurable attributes of objects, such as length or weight. Describe several measurable attributes of a single object.I can describe objects by how they can be measured.
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