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Pojoaque Valley Schools, Social Studies Common Core Pacing Guide Introduction. The Pojoaque Valley Schools pacing guide documents are intended to guide teachers use of New Mexico. Adopted Social Studies Standards over the course of an instructional school year The guides identify the focus. standards by quarter Teachers should understand that the focus standards emphasize deep instruction for. that timeframe However because a certain quarter does not address specific standards it should be understood. that previously taught standards should be reinforced while working on the focus standards for any designated. quarter Some standards will recur across all quarters due to their importance and need to be addressed on an. ongoing basis, The Standards are not intended to be a check list of knowledge and skills but should be used as an integrated. model of literacy instruction to meet end of year expectations. The Social Studies CCSS pacing guides contain the following elements. Strand Identify the type of standard, Standard Band Identify the sub category of a set of standards. Benchmark Identify the grade level of the intended standards. Grade Specific Standard Each grade specific standard as these standards are collectively referred to. corresponds to the same numbered CCR anchor standard Put another way each CCR anchor standard. has an accompanying grade specific standard translating the broader CCR statement into grade. appropriate end of year expectations, Skills and Knowledge by Quarter Identified as subsets of the standard and appear in one or more. quarters Define the skills and knowledge embedded in the standard to meet the full intent of the. standard itself, Standards Code Contains the strand grade and number or number and letter where applicable so.
that RI 4 3 for example stands for Reading Informational Text grade 4 standard 3. Version 2 of the Pojoaque Valley School District Pacing guides for Reading Language Arts Mathematics and. Social Studies are based on the work done by staff and teachers of the school district using the Kentucky model. and a synthesis of the excellent work done by Wisconsin Cooperative Educational Service Agency 7 CESA 7. School Improvement Services Green Bay WI 2010 Standards Insight project. Standards Insight was developed to give educators a tool for in depth investigation of the Common Core. State Standards CCSS The CCSS are unpacked or dissected identifying specific knowledge skills. vocabulary understandings and evidence of student attainment for each standard Standards Insight. may be used by educators to gain a thorough grasp of the CCSS or as a powerful collaborative tool. supporting educator teams through the essential conversations necessary for developing shared. responsibility for student attainment of all CCSS serves as a high powered vehicle to help. educators examine the standards in a variety of ways. The Version 2 Pojoaque Valley School District Pacing guides present the standard with levels of detail and then. the necessary skills by quarter based on the Kentucky model On the second page for each standard the. synthesis of the Standards Insight project is presented in a way that further defines and refines the standard such. that teachers may use the information to refine their teaching practices. ADVANCED CURRICULUM 6th GRADE Social Studies with ELA CCSS and NGSS Version 2. Based on this synthesis of work and the purpose for the unpacking the following fields were selected as most. helpful to aid in understanding of the Common Core Standards that will lead to shifts in instruction. 1 Evidence of Student Attainment What could students do to show attainment of the standard. 2 Vocabulary What are key terms in the standard that are essential for interpretation and understanding in. order for students to learn the content, 3 Knowledge What does the student need to know in order to aid in attainment of this standard. 4 Skills and Understanding What procedural skill s does the student need to demonstrate for attainment of. this standard and What will students understand to attain the standard. The following fields are included in Version 2, Evidence of Student Attainment This field describes what the standard may look like in student work. Specific expectations are listed in performance terms showing what students will say or do to demonstrate. attainment of the standard, Standards Vocabulary This field lists words and phrases specific to each standard Shared interpretation and. in depth understanding of standards vocabulary are essential for consistent instruction across and within grade. levels and content areas, Knowledge Skills and Understanding The knowledge skill and understanding field lists what students will. need to know in order to master each standard facts vocabulary and definitions This field identifies the. procedural knowledge students apply in order to master each standard actions applications strategies as well. as the overarching understanding that connects the standard knowledge and skills Understandings included in. Standards Insight synthesize ideas and have lasting value. Standards Codes for all Standards Connected to this Area Contains the strand grade and number or. number and letter where applicable so that RI 4 3 for example stands for Reading Informational Text grade. 4 standard 3, Instructional Achievement Level Descriptors This field lists by level what a teacher can expect to see in a.
student who achieves at a particular level Additionally teachers can use this field to differentiate instruction to. provide further growth for student s in moving from one level to another In the case of this set of materials. level IV incorporates the NMPED Advanced Curriculum goals objectives and expected outcomes This field. can be used to provide specific teaching approaches to the standard in question. A Note About High School Standards The high school standards are listed in conceptual categories. Conceptual categories portray a coherent view of high school instruction that crosses traditional course. boundaries We have done everything possible with teacher input to link individual standards to the. appropriate pacing guides, References to Tables References to tables within the standards in the Standards Insight tool refer to Tables 1. 5 found in the glossary of the Mathematics Common Core State Standards document found at. www corestandards org, ADVANCED CURRICULUM 6th GRADE Social Studies with ELA CCSS and NGSS Version 2. Common Core Social Studies Pacing Guide,STRAND 5 8 History. Content Standard I Students are able to identify important people 5 8 Benchmark 1 A New Mexico explore and explain how people and events Standard 1 A New Mexico. and events in order to analyze significant patterns relationships have influenced the development of New Mexico up to the present day. themes ideas beliefs and turning points in New Mexico United. States and world history in order to understand the complexity of. the human experience,Grade 6 Quarter 1 Quarter 2 Quarter 3 Quarter 4. Describe the relationships, among ancient civilizations Describe the relationships among Describe the relationships among ancient.
of the world e g scientific ancient civilizations of the world civilizations of the world e g scientific. discoveries architecture e g scientific discoveries discoveries architecture politics. politics cultures and architecture politics cultures and cultures and religious systems and their. religious systems and their, religious systems and their connection to the early development of. connection to the early, development of New connection to the early development New Mexico. Mexico of New Mexico, Evidence of Student Vocabulary Knowledge Skills CCSS NGSS. Instructional Achievement Level Descriptors,Attainment. Students can Archaeologists Scientific discoveries CCSS Level I Able to identify at least 3 discoveries of ancient. architecture politics culture civilizations, Describe the discoveries of Artifacts CCSS ELA Literacy RI 6 1.
and religious system all, ancient civilizations around Cite textual evidence to support analysis of Level II Able to give examples of the scientific or. Architecture influence the development of, the world what the text says explicitly as well as architectural aspects of specific civilizations in the. a civilization,inferences drawn from the text ancient world. Describe politics and Politics,Comparisons can be drawn. cultures of ancient CCSS ELA Literacy RI 6 3 Level III Able to describe the politics and cultures of. Culture between the evolution of, civilizations Analyze in detail how a key individual event ancient civilizations.
ancient civilizations China,Religion or idea is introduced illustrated and. Discuss how discoveries Africa Japan and Europe and ADVANCED CURRICULUM Level IV Able to. elaborated in a text e g through examples, the development of early New explain in detail the relationships among ancient. ADVANCED CURRICULUM 6th GRADE Social Studies with ELA CCSS and NGSS Version 2 4. politics and culture of the Fossils Mexico or anecdotes civilizations and the connections to the development of. ancient civilizations helped early New Mexico with examples. Anthropologists CCSS ELA Literacy RI 6 6,develop early New Mexico. Determine an author s point of view or, City state purpose in a text and explain how it is. conveyed in the text,CCSS ELA Literacy W 6 1 a e,Write arguments to support claims with.
clear reasons and relevant evidence,CCSS ELA Literacy W 6 2 a f. Write informative explanatory texts to,examine a topic and convey ideas concepts. and information through the selection,organization and analysis of relevant. CCSS ELA Literacy W 6 5,With some guidance and support from peers. and adults develop and strengthen writing,as needed by planning revising editing.
rewriting or trying a new approach,CCSS ELA Literacy W 6 6. Use technology including the Internet to,produce and publish writing as well as to. interact and collaborate with others,demonstrate sufficient command of. keyboarding skills to type a minimum of,three pages in a single sitting. CCSS ELA Literacy W 6 7,Conduct short research projects to answer a.
question drawing on several sources and, ADVANCED CURRICULUM 6th GRADE Social Studies with ELA CCSS and NGSS Version 2 5. refocusing the inquiry when appropriate,CCSS ELA Literacy W 6 8. Gather relevant information from multiple,print and digital sources assess the. credibility of each source and quote or,paraphrase the data and conclusions of. others while avoiding plagiarism and,providing basic bibliographic information for.
CCSS ELA Literacy W 6 9,Draw evidence from literary or. informational texts to support analysis,reflection and research. CCSS ELA Literacy RH 6 8 1,Cite specific textual evidence to support. analysis of primary and secondary sources,CCSS ELA Literacy RH 6 8 2. Determine the central ideas or information,of a primary or secondary source provide an.
accurate summary of the source distinct,from prior knowledge or opinions. CCSS ELA Literacy RH 6 8 3,Identify key steps in a text s description of a. process related to history social studies,e g how a bill becomes law how interest. rates are raised or lowered,CCSS ELA Literacy RH 6 8 4. Determine the meaning of words and,phrases as they are used in a text including.
vocabulary specific to domains related to, ADVANCED CURRICULUM 6th GRADE Social Studies with ELA CCSS and NGSS Version 2 6. history social studies,CCSS ELA Literacy RH 6 8 6,Identify aspects of a text that reveal an. author s point of view or purpose e g,loaded language inclusion or avoidance of. particular facts,CCSS ELA Literacy RH 6 8 7,Integrate visual information e g in charts. graphs photographs videos or maps with,other information in print and digital texts.
CCSS ELA Literacy RH 6 8 8,Distinguish among fact opinion and. reasoned judgment in a text,CCSS ELA Literacy RH 6 8 9. Analyze the relationship between a primary,and secondary source on the same topic. CCSS ELA Literacy SL 6 1,Engage effectively in a range of collaborative. discussions one on one in groups and,teacher led with diverse partners on grade.
6 topics texts and issues building on,others ideas and expressing their own. CCSS ELA Literacy SL 6 2,Interpret information presented in diverse. media and formats e g visually,quantitatively orally and explain how it. contributes to a topic text or issue under,CCSS ELA Literacy SL 6 3. Delineate a speaker s argument and specific, ADVANCED CURRICULUM 6th GRADE Social Studies with ELA CCSS and NGSS Version 2 7.
claims distinguishing claims that are,supported by reasons and evidence from. claims that are not,CCSS ELA Literacy SL 6 4,Present claims and findings sequencing. ideas logically and using pertinent,descriptions facts and details to accentuate. main ideas or themes use appropriate eye,contact adequate volume and clear. pronunciation,CCSS ELA Literacy SL 6 5,Include multimedia components e g.
graphics images music sound and visual,displays in presentations to clarify. information,Resources to Support this Section, Online resources printed media and other resources are available through the PVSD Libraries For assistance and support please call the main library at 455 4043. ADVANCED CURRICULUM 6th GRADE Social Studies with ELA CCSS and NGSS Version 2 4 Common Core Social Studies Pacing Guide 6th Grade STRAND 5 8 History Content Standard I Students are able to identify important people and events in order to analyze significant patterns relationships themes ideas beliefs and turning points in New Mexico United States and world history in order to

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