Core Practices in Action

Students in Andrew Hossack's fifth-grade class at Tapestry Charter School in Buffalo, NY, use close reading strategies to determine the main idea and important details from a newspaper article about the Seneca people.

In this video, students and teachers are engaged with EL Education's grades 3-8 ELA curriculum. This video accompanies the book Transformational Literacy: Making the Common Core Shift with Work That Matters.

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Core Practices in Action

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Core Practices in Action is a collection of videos filmed in some of the most inspiring classrooms across the United States. The videos accompany EL Education's growing library of publications, including its ELA curriculum. Click the links below to navigate…


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Core Practices in Action is a collection of videos filmed in some of the most inspiring classrooms across the United States. The videos accompany EL Education's growing library of publications, including its ELA curriculum. Click the links below to navigate the videos by practice area and check back often to see our growing library!

Student-Engaged Assessment
Core Practices in Action: Student-Engaged Assessment
Common Core Literacy
Core Practices in Action: Common Core Literacy
Deeper Instruction
Core Practices in Action: Deeper Instruction
Curriculum
Core Practices in Action: Curriculum
Management in the Active Classroom
Core Practices in Action: Management in the Active Classroom

Interested in more information about EL Education's publications and videos? Contact Libby Woodfin at lwoodfin@eleducation.org.

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