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Being out of my classroom and moving into a new room it is hard to have many of my organization ideas, but I decided I could work on some digital/record keeping organization.
Teaching in MN we do not follow the Common Core Standards. We are one of a few states who do not. We have MN State Standards for all subject areas and we have used them to create school ELOs (essential learning outcomes) and Learning Targets. Each grade level has broken up their ELOs by hex. I teach a replaced reading and math class so I want to be able to work on those ELOs with my students but at their level. I am often looking for ideas and decided that making a spreadsheet would allow me to keep track of my resources easier and have a place where I can monitor my students. My goal is for my students to master as many of these as they can at their independent levels. If they don't master an ELO this next school year my hope is that they have had ample exposure and practice. They may not be at grade level with tasks, but they will be familiar with terms and vocabulary. I will use texts at their reading level and be able to focus on these important targets along with their IEP goals. Our IEP goals are now written based on state standards.
Here is the spread sheet I created for 5th Grade Language Arts. I can't wait to go back and link to mentor text lessons and nonfiction passages from Read Works