July 24, 2014

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Text Complexity Rubric - Burkins and Yaris - Common CoreDownload the Text Complexity Rubric for Guided Reading Books here!

 

What role does background knowledge and making connections play in 21st century Common Core classrooms?  Burkins and Yaris explore this role and its instructional implications in this short video.

Ice Cream Scoop Rubric for Text Complexity

Handouts from Illinois Reading Council Journal

 

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