Ohio’s Department of Education (ODE) recently announced its new “Learning in Ohio” webpage. In addition to the revised standards, ODE also provides other resources and strategies that can be useful to classroom teachers. This item summarizes some of our favorites for ELA.
Following a similar click-path described above, I found this list of strategies for adolescent literacy. I also found this resource for interventions in both ELA and math.
Finally, I have always found student writing samples to be incredibly helpful.
The new model curriculum also embeds specific strategies for instruction. For example, in the 9-10 model curriculum, under the standard for “Key Ideas and Details” (p.2 of the link above), ODE explains how to use tri-fold bookmarks, the “It Says, I Say” chart, and the SOAPSTONE technique.
If nothing else, the model curriculum documents can be a great place to farm for instructional strategies aligned to specific standards.