Content Card – Scatterplots

One part of unpacking standards  is clarifying what it is we want students to learn.  It is not enough to simply look at nouns and verbs in curricular statements; we’ve got to go beyond that and figure out the specific content that students must learn.

One way to do this is to make a content card using  Frayer’s Model for vocabulary development.   The idea of using the model is to figure out the key content students should learn for a standard.   The visual below is a content card that I finished today.

Download a copy Content Card, Scatterplot.

ContentCard-Scatterplot

To get to the information for the card, I  reviewed the following for a standard from the Commonwealth of Virginia:  Standards of Learning for Mathematics, Curriculum Framework, Enhanced Scope and Sequence, and Released Assessments.

I enjoy working with these and I’ll continue to post any that I do.

21st Century Skills Concept attainment Content Cards curriculum curriculum alignment Curriculum Development data analysis Deborah Wahlstrom Superintendent DOK1 Frayer Graphic Organizers Graphs and Charts Informational Writing Instructional Strategies Literacy in the Disciplines Literacy Standards for Science Mathematics Scatterplot Tier III Vocabulary Unpacking Standards Vocabulary

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