English and Mathematics Key Changes and Their Evidence English and Mathematics Key Changes and Their Evidence English Language Arts Standards
The standards are designed to prepare students for college level schooling. They are designed because students are unable to make progress in reading and analyzing texts. In the clip, more progress has remained attained in the early years as opposed to advanced grades. The core standards involve five shifts that help the students to align themselves with requirements of the curriculum.
Shift one focuses on the complexity of the text the students read. It looks at what and the range that they read. The shift helps the students to be successful in their early years of studying through to college levels. The second shift emphasizes on the ability of the students to analyze, infer, and give evidence from the text that they read. The third shift is about the writing sources. It is a new model that has foci on how the students look at the text, read, analyze it, and put their thoughts about the text in writing. A fourth shift focuses on the mastery of writing and speaking. Here, the students are tailored towards the basics of writing and speaking the English language. Finally, the fifth shift is academic vocabulary. The students are thought how to interpret terminologies within the texts to get the meaning of the entire text. It is paramount as it enables the students to conduct researches about topics and solve problems.
Mathematics Standards
The standards are vital in clearing out the mess in some cases of US elementary school state standards. It is achievable by organizing the standards into strings with a beginning and an end. They prepare students to have a rich experience in middle schools and know why they are studying math. It enables students to tackle problems such as statistics, probability, and geometry.
The Philosophy Aligning To the Common Core
The philosophy of realism that was coined by Aristotle best suits the idea of Common Core. In essence, the realist ideology hold that, organized curriculums and separated subjects gives the most accurate, efficient, and effective way that students learn about reality. Organizing the subjects is an orderly methodology of classifying objects (Allan, Levine, Gutek, and Vocke, 2014).
Allan C., Ornstein, Levine, D. U., Gutek, G. L., and Vocke, D. E. 2014. Foundations of Education. London: Cengage Learning