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Old 10-02-2012, 05:20 PM
 
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Our district adopted CCSS this year with almost NO help. We have six weeks of plans, one for each unit to use at the end of each unit. We are supposed to use the intertextual triad (poem, nonfiction, fiction) for our instruction.

Is this a CCSS "requirement" or just another crazy idea our district has adopted? I am afraid to ask anyone for fear that it will get back to admin which HATES to be questioned (probably because they don't know what they are doing).

Did I mention that there has been virtually no support and that every school is doing something different?


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triads are a good idea. Never heard of them and they aren' t a CCSS req. I'm actually doing that w/ what I'm teaching now and sometimes adding artwork. If you go to ProTeacher's Common Core group someone posted a link that has a US map w/ sources from all states that are CC.There is a lot out there!!
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not a requirement, but I do try to include multiple texts with each topic I am teaching. I also add art and music when possible.
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I'm in the same "no help" boat. Very frustrating.

I've never heard the term "intertextual triad", but comparing different genres is a standard for some grade levels:

RL.6.9 - Compare and contrast texts in different forms or genres (e.g., stories and poems; historical novels and fantasy stories) in terms of their approaches to similar themes and topics.

I think your district took this to the extreme by requiring it for every unit.
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