Links to Resources on other websites The following websites are web resources that address Literacy Common Core for English language arts and the content areas
Achieve the Core This site is here to provide free, high-quality resources to educators now doing the hard work of implementing these higher standards.
Basal Alignment Project – A collection of replacement materials for commonly used basal readers.
Better Lesson – Over 3,000 Common Core aligned lessons written by master teachers.
Learn Zillion Featuring 2000+ high quality lessons by top teachers – all aligned with the Common Core State Standards.
Library of Congress – offers classroom materials and professional development to help teachers effectively use primary sources from the Library’s vast digital collections in their teaching. Find Library of Congress lesson plans and more that meet Common Core standards, state content standards, and the standards of national organizations.
Share My Lesson Find and share teacher resources for K-12 teachers and engage with the largest online community of educators in the world.
Reading and Writing Project – Common Core Standards Teachers College Reading and Writing Project including units of study, videos, and student samples
Reading and Writing Project Assessments Assessments The Teachers College Reading and Writing Project has posted a number of assessments for reading and writing that are aligned to Common Core Standards
Washington Tribal Sovereignty Curriculum This project seeks to build lasting educational partnerships between school districts and their local tribes via elementary, middle, and high school curriculum on tribal sovereignty. Lessons are aligned to Common Core.
Bolt Decision Lesson Plan Resources – A 40 minute lesson plan to educate and honor the 40th Anniversary of the Boldt decision. The lesson is designed as a school-wide lesson, but can be used in individual Middle and High school classrooms. (Here is the lesson plan with text and a salmon cutout template for the activity – SalmonOutlines and Boldt40)
The lesson incorporates text, YouTube video from “Back to the River” shared by SalmonDefense.org and an activity called “River of Commitment.” The video has been edited for the purpose of this lesson, but can be found in its entirety at http://salmondefense.org/projects/back-to-the-river/