Support and resources for content prioritization, as well as curriculum-agnostic and curriculum-specific guidance for scope, sequence, and pacing.
Curriculum-Specific Resources: Engage New York
The following folders provide example scope and sequence recommendations for the Engage New York Math curriculum using different instructional day scenarios (100, 120, 140). The guidance includes recommendations for what lessons to cut, consolidate, guidance for how to consolidate, and the rationale for the decisions:
Priority Instructional Content by Grade Level (Student Achievement Partners)
The instructional content priorities in mathematics (K–8) and ELA/literacy (K–12) for the 2020–21 academic year.Download
Sample Math Scope, Sequence, and Pacing Guidance
A process for adjusting a curriculum’s scope and sequence to account for unfinished learning from the prior year, as well as a sample adjusted pacing guide for Tier I instruction.Download
Sample ELA K–2 Pacing Guidance
Guidance for adjusting a curriculum’s scope and sequence for Tier 1 Foundational Skills instruction for the 2020-21 school year, including the prioritization of current-year foundational skills content as well as how to attend to unfinished learning from the prior year.Download
Sample ELA 3–12 Pacing Guidance
Guidance for adjusting a curriculum’s scope and sequence to account for the prioritization of current-year content as well as unfinished learning from the prior year.Download
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