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  • Planning Instruction to Meet the Intent of the &!blank;Next Generation Science Standards
    • Abstract
    • Dimensions Working Together
    • Building Standards from the Dimensions
    • The Value of Performance Expectations
    • Designing Instruction to Build Understanding of Performance Expectation(s)
    • An Illustrated Example of the Process
    • Step 1: Select PEs that Work Together: A Bundle—to Promote Proficiency in Using the Ideas Expressed
    • Step 2: Inspect the Performance Expectations
    • Step 3: Examine the DCIs, Science and Engineering Practices, Crosscutting Concepts
    • Step 4: Look Closely at the DCIs
    • Step 5: Select Additional Science and Engineering Practices
    • Step 6: Develop Lesson Level Performance Expectations
    • Step 7: Determine the Acceptable Evidence for Assessing Lesson Level Performances
    • Step 8: Select Related Common Core Mathematics Standards (CCSS-M) and Common Core Literacy Standards (CCSS-L)
    • Step 9: Carefully Construct a Storyline
    • Step 10: Ask: How Do the Tasks/Lessons Help Students Move Towards an Understanding of the PE(s)?’’
    • Reflections on the Ten-Step Process
    • Conclusions
    • Open Access
    • Appendix

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