How World Languages Support CCSS - Free Resources for Spanish Teachers
We know administrators have been asking teachers teach to the CCSS (Common Core State Standards). This also applies to world languages and ESL (intervention). As this initiative continues to expand and reach shoals, it's important to understand was CCSS is and its impact.
That's why Santillana USA has created a Santillana USA CCSS website!
This site provides product information with a CCSS angle, product correlations, and a very useful FAQ, in part based on a 4-part series of webinars delivered by ACTFL, that explains:
- How world languages support CCSS
- The subject areas CCSS covers
- The CCSS ELA strands and how they correlate to world languages
- How Santillana USA Spanish programs correlate to CCSS
- New CCSS Assessments
So whether you're a Santillana USA customer, potential customer, or just a teacher looking for some guidance, this site has all the info you need regarding CCSS for world languages. We hope you find this useful!
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