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An Introduction to Curriculum Mapping. Based on the research and presentations of Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs. Mapping is NOT a new concept to Oakcrest teachers. We began interdisciplinary mapping with our WWII curriculum project. Changes In Our Previous Maps.
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An Introduction to Curriculum Mapping Based on the examination and presentations of Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs

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Mapping is NOT another idea to Oakcrest instructors. We started interdisciplinary mapping with our WWII educational modules extend.

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Changes In Our Previous Maps Addition of Authentic Assessment Addition of Essential Questions Examples of Olympic Maps See pages 1-5 of parcel

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Our Goal For Today… To help you in the planning of your Olympic guide

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Curriculum Mapping = "Blue Print" "Lessons without maps resemble developers without an arrangement. They have a bundle of truly cool devices however don\'t know where to utilize them!" H.H. Jacobs

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Examples of NOT Getting the "10,000 foot view" (Incorrect Mapping) Teaching the mathematical substitution technique without relating it to diagramming. Understudies learning stock phrasing however never following an organization\'s total assets and execution. Retaining the occasional table and never showing why the request of components exists. Testing actualities of the Revolutionary War yet not assessing its effects on our Civil War. Conjugating verbs on paper while never utilizing them as a part of discussion.

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"Huge Picture" (kept) Teaching Power Point without requiring a state of offer presentation before a crowd of people. Lifting in the weight room and not showing weight versus reiterations. Allocating a scene representation without showing point of view or scale drawing. Perusing The Red Badge of Courage without concentrate Civil War. Appointing a part without requiring research on the character\'s depiction .

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Components of our Olympic Map Theme or point Content Skills NJCCC norms Essential question Authentic appraisal See page 6 of Packet

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Content is the topic itself; key ideas, certainties or occasions It\'s what you show Content is composed in thing structure

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Sample History Content Judicial branch Kinds of laws Right to a reasonable trial Federal court framework Important court cases Juvenile equity framework Civil rights

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Sample Science Content Scientific technique SI (metric) framework Dependent & autonomous factors Hypothesis Controls Data diagramming

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Skills What aptitudes does an understudy require keeping in mind the end goal to exhibit authority of the substance? Abilities begin with activity verbs Can be surveyed, measured, or watched Must support the "enormous thought"

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Skills: A History Sample Describes the capabilities, obligations, and forces of the legal branch Analyzes the impacts of the legal branch on nationals Identifies real court cases that affected the social equality development

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Skills: A Science Sample Hypothesize exploratory result Identify parts of an investigation Measure different items utilizing the metric framework Collect and break down lab information Create charts of information

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NJCCC Standards Hyperlink to the NJ Department of Education site NJCCC Standards (Use Ctrl + Click to take after the connection)

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Sample Maps Curriculum Designers\' site Look for inner arrangement Look for arrangement with CCCS Look for arrangement with learners Sample Map Handouts -See pages 7-10 of parcel

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Olympic Curriculum Maps Due on Friday, March 24 th Please submit to your chief by means of email Please spare as " firstinitiallastname1" EX: " lfitzpatrick1 "

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Faculty Practice! Olympic Lesson Plan Content Skills

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Essential Questions Essential inquiries are inquiries that structure a unit or lesson Structure the unit around 2 to 5 basic inquiries Use inquiries as the degree and succession of a unit Embrace the suitable benchmarks

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Develop Essential Questions That: Focus direction and compose understudy learning Push understudies to more elevated amounts of considering. Help understudies make associations past the substance being considered.

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Why Essential Questions? Olympics How have the Olympic Games Influenced both society and The person? How have both society and the Individual affected the Olympic Games? Certainty FACT

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Without Essential Questions… Olympics FACT

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Student Video Responses

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Teaching the Essential Question Teach understudies the basic inquiries before you start the unit Essential Questions resemble "Mental Velcro" Students ought to concentrate on any & all data that "sticks" to the basic question Always POST your Essential Questions

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Sample Essential Questions Athletics/Sports How would I be able to enhance my eye/hand coordination? What abilities and strategies are utilized as a part of ball? How might I be an effective cooperative person? How might I control my body amid diversions?

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Sample Essential Questions FABLES What is the importance of Folktale? What is the contrast amongst folktales and tales? How would we learn lessons in life through comprehension tales? How would we learn lessons in life through tales? What characteristics of yourself might you want to impart to others?

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Sample Essential Questions Quadratics What are the 3 most basic techniques for fathoming quadratics? How might we relate quadratic answers for their capacity\'s graphical representation? What does it mean if an arithmetical root is a nonexistent number? How might we unravel which conic area is portrayed by a quadratic condition?

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Sample Essential Questions SOCIAL STUDIES/HISTORY What are the qualities of a rustic, rural, and urban group? Why did the American Revolution happen? How might we take a gander at the Revolution from interchange perspectives? How were Native Americans Involved in the American Revolution? Why is Paul Revere more popular than Sybil Ludington? How would we utilize directionality, delineate, and images to distinguish data on a guide or globe?

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Sample Essential Questions WEATHER/NATURE What are the various types of climate? What is the water cycle? What techniques are utilized to concentrate the climate? What are the diverse classes of creatures? What are the attributes of every class? How does nature change and adjust to the fall season? How do individuals adjust to the fall season?

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Sample Essential Questions ECONOMICS What is a shopper culture? How does our monetary framework add to our shopper culture? What are a portion of the messages in our buyer culture? How am I influenced by customer culture?

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Sample Essential Questions Related Arts/Technology How has Henri Matisse impacted the universe of craftsmanship? What sorts of security safety measures are essential when working with ______? How is the innovation instructed in the classroom material to regular day to day existence? Why is cadence an indispensable component of choreography?

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Authentic Assessment

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Authentic Assessment Defined A type of appraisal in which understudies are requested that perform genuine errands that show important utilization of basic information and aptitudes Actively includes understudies in a procedure that joins what is instructed, how it is educated, and how it is assessed

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TRADITIONAL ASSESSEMENT Example-numerous decision tests Purpose-to figure out if understudies have gotten the learning and abilities fundamental Goal - for understudies to end up distinctly beneficial natives AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT Example-playing out an assignment Purpose-to figure out if an understudy is fit for performing significant undertakings in this present reality Goal - for understudies to end up distinctly profitable residents How is Authentic Assessment like/not quite the same as Traditional Assessment?

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Traditional Assessment Assign the accompanying issue: If a US Olympian discharges the plate at a point of 32 degrees with a speed of 85 ft/sec how far does it go before it hits the ground? Credible Assessment Assign understudies the accompanying undertakings in gatherings of three – 1) As on the off chance that you were contending in the shot put, push a tennis ball off your shoulder at an inexact point of 30 degrees. One assemble part times from arrival of the ball until it hits the ground. Other amass part measure this flat separation. Decide the ball\'s speed. 2) Repeat this procedure at points 60 and 45 degrees.  Which edge gives ideal separation and why? Real Assessment: Math

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Traditional Assessment Write a paper exhibiting the perspective of your chose Olympic competitor Authentic Assessment Students direct meetings of Olympic members & pretend the part of the member Authentic Assessment: English

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Traditional Assessment True/False test on banned substances code Write a paper talking about an Olympic doping embarrassment Authentic Assessment Mock Q & A session between IOC official and point of view Olympians to examine the new code with respect to banned substances and execution enhancers Original instructive video/business: Dangers and Consequences of Doping Authentic Assessment: Science

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Examples from World War II Project -See page 11 of bundle Examples from The Jersey Shore Project -See page 12 of parcel Authentic Assessment

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