2013 - 2014 CAPs

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Gr. 6 Social Studies Scope & Sequence

by Sue Costagliola East Meadow School District

The primary goal of this CAP is to present a scope and sequence to the sixth grade faculty that demonstrates the New York State Social Studies Standards, as well as the Common Core Standards. The scope and sequence includes essential questions and historical content that specifically state Common Core strategies, skills, assessments and standards that are addressed. Also, included in the project are appropriate resources that will enrich the NYS Social Studies Curriculum, such as a list of suggested primary and secondary sources. These sources support our goals of assessing students’ abilities to analyze and synthesize information, while citing evidence that supports their thinking.
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Gr. 7 SS Text Complexity in Curriculum

by Sue Costagliola East Meadow School District

The primary goal of this CAP is to present close read strategies to the seventh grade faculty that demonstrate the New York State Social Studies Standards, as well as the Common Core Standards. The lessons include numerous strategies that will increase student comprehension when reading complex historical texts. Also included in the project are appropriate resources that will support the NYS Social Studies Curriculum, such as suggested primary and secondary sources and various learning materials. These tasks support our goals of assessing students’ abilities to analyze and synthesize information, while reading complex texts.
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Gr. 8 SS Text Complexity in the Curriculum

by Sue Costagliola East Meadow School District

The primary goal of this CAP is to present close read strategies to the seventh grade faculty that demonstrate the New York State Social Studies Standards, as well as the Common Core Standards. The lessons include numerous strategies that will increase student comprehension when reading complex historical texts.   Also included in the project are appropriate resources that will support the NYS Social Studies Curriculum, such as suggested primary and secondary sources and various learning materials. These tasks support our goals of assessing students’ abilities to analyze and synthesize information, while reading complex texts. 
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