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 Workshop 15: Science Components – Building/Activating background knowledge and analyzing texts about Life, Earth & Science, Technology, and Application of the Sciences, including identifying...

 Workshop 14: Math Components – Developing increasingly complex skills set to analyze texts about Math and the Physical Sciences, Engineering, and Application of these Math and Sciences skills in a...

 Workshop 13: What are the Common Core instructional shifts in Math and Science? How do we see the instructional shifts reflected in sample assessment questions? Lesson Plan 13Handouts / Reference...

 This last group, Module 5, provides a series of teacher workshops designed to guide teachers in experiencing direct application of the instructional shifts in the math and science/engineering...

 Workshop 9: Reviewing the crosscutting concepts involved in solving problems placed on students in TASC about disciplinary core ideas posed in the physical sciences, life sciences, earth & space...

 Workshop 8: Continuing on unpacking the 8 standards of mathematical practice and depth of knowledge & cognitive complexity, with a focus on coherent instruction involving questioning strategies...

 Workshop 7: Reviewing the 8 standards of mathematical practice and depth of knowledge & cognitive complexity, including selecting, creating, and using rich, rigorous mathematical tasks and...

 This module contains three separate teacher workshops, intended for Adult Education instructors to learn more deeply and specifically about the math and science components of the national standards...

 These online and print materials can be helpful to plan curriculum for science classrooms. Read the full Resources document.

 Making connections between science and math can help students see how math is applied in the world. This is a list of some possible mathematical connections to the Science curriculum map. Read the...

 This lesson picks up on volume and introduces the huge scope of the size of matter. In looking at matter, we could be talking about the size of an atom, a cell, a human, an ocean, the atmosphere, the...

 In this lesson, we focus on what matter is. Matter has a formal science definition as anything that has mass and takes up space (or has volume). This lesson covers matter, mass, and volume in some...

 This first lesson focuses on interaction, which is the most accessible concept for students out of matter, energy, and interactions. It also includes a reading from Richard Feynman, who discusses how...

 The Curriculum Map describes a progression of 23 topics in science that gives HSE students an introduction to physical science and life science. The lessons begin with an introduction to physical...

 Overview: Read the full Overview document This science curriculum consists of the Overview, followed by five main sections: the Curriculum Map; Unit Descriptions; Lesson Plans for three units; Math/...

 The introduction includes the rationale for and purpose of the CUNY HSE Curriculum Framework, designed to provide New York's adult education teachers with an instructional basis in preparing students...