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Orientation to the NY Curriculum Modules
Live Tweeting @ NTI
• We will be live tweeting throughout the week! Follow us:
• Join in the fun and use this hashtag: #NTIny
Purpose of this Session
• Participants will be able to… Describe the structure and content of the NY HS
ELA Curriculum Modules. Identify key design components and conceptual
• Think about: What the following groups of people need to do to ensure that the CCSS are implemented with fidelity:
Teachers NTI Members/Coaches Principals Others
How do the modules support a CCSS-aligned curriculum?
• The modules are tools that provide CCSS-aligned practices for unit and lesson design, instructional strategies, and assessments.
• Teachers have opportunities to implement or modify the curriculum according to their students’ needs.
• The design practices embedded in the modules are intended to be adapted to best meet the needs of individual districts, schools, and classrooms.
Materials in this Session
• 11.1 Module Overview• 11.1.1 Lesson 1• Text Analysis Rubric and Checklist
You can download all of the modules on EngageNY.org:
Key Design Considerations
• Instructional shifts• Students doing the work of learning• Lessons provide all students with a path to
meet the standard(s) • Students learn through doing
What is a Module?
• Skim the module overview in your packet. As you review, try to find answers to the following questions:
How many units are in this module? What are students supposed to be learning in
this module? What is the focus of instruction? How long will this module take to teach? What are students reading? What are they
writing? How is their learning assessed?
Module 11.1 at a Glance
• Texts: Unit 1: “My Last Duchess,” Robert Browning Unit 2: Excerpts from Hamlet, William
Shakespeare Unit 3: Excerpt from A Room of One’s Own,
Virginia Woolf• Number of Lessons in Module:
42 (including Module Performance Assessment)
What’s in a Lesson? Notice and Wonder
Form triads or quads at your tables. Review the sample lesson in your packet. Assign each person in your group one of the following questions:
What do you notice about: 1) How students are learning to read closely and
2) How the lessons are structured?
3) How teachers are supported to implement the curriculum?
Q & A
Online Parking LotPlease go to
and select “Online Parking Lot” for any NYSED