They are presented here for your review and feedback and we look forward to your responses.
Each unit contains targeted student learning objectives SLOs that elucidate what students need to know and be able to do within the unit.
The six-week formative assessments included in the model curriculum help clarify the level of rigor expected from the standards and provide a set of assessment tools that are often difficult for districts and schools to create on their own.
What is the model curriculum? The model curriculum version 1. Each unit contains the content of the grade that can be reasonably taught to proficiency in a six-week time period. The sequence of units in the model curriculum is a purposeful sequence of the target skills for each unit in each grade or course.
The included formative assessments allow for measuring student proficiency of those target skills as the year of instruction progresses.
Use and Implementation Some districts may use the model to compare current documents to, build from, rearrange, or select portions for implementation.
In addition, the unit assessments included in the model curriculum provide clarity about the level students need to reach to achieve proficiency.
The work on the following pages has been the collaborative effort of the Department of Education with teachers, principals, district leaders, higher education faculty, and other experts in New Jersey and from around the country.
We invite you to review the documents and look forward to your feedback — both positive and constructive.Why a model curriculum? The purpose of providing a “model” is to assist districts and schools with implementation of the Common Core State Standards and New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards by providing an example from which to work and/or a product for implementation.
The model curriculum (version ) includes all standards of the grade-level content organized into five units of study, each with targeted SLOs, intended for six weeks of instruction each.
Each unit contains the content of the grade that can be reasonably taught to proficiency in a six-week time period. Curriculum models and types 1. CURRICULUM MODELS/TYPES 2.
WHAT IS CURRICULUM MODELS? 3 CURRICULUM MODEL The Tyler Model The Taba Model The Saylor and Alexander Model 7. English Español Português Français. English as a Second Language Curriculum. Curriculum Alignment to the WIDA English Language Proficiency Standards.
The SIOP Model is an effective tool to assist mainstream teachers with teaching ELLs. The key concepts of the SIOP model begin with . This first version of the model curriculum is intended to provide those standards that are met, in whole or in part, during each six-week ELA unit.
The SLOs are intended to provide clear targets to assist in the daily planning of lessons. English Language Arts Curriculum Model Grade Ohio Department of Education, March Page 3 of 40 Strand Reading: Literature Topic Craft and Structure Standard Statements 4.
Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in.