Highest Frequency Words in the CCSS for ELA & Literacy June 27, 2012 By Dave Stuart Jr. 4 Comments Inspired by Partner in Education's Common Core State Standards (CCSS) Wordle, I plugged the standards document into Tagxedo to see which words dominate the standards. See the results below: I did delete the most frequent word — standards — but, otherwise, word size is based on frequency. The more a word appears in the CCSS, the larger it appears in the word cloud.
Josh Edwards says
Hi Dave, I really admire the ingenuity of how this graphic represents the academic language of the CCSS. I’m a teacher in Portland, OR, and I would love to share this graphic with my staff -if that’s OK with you.
Could I share this graphic with my staff? If so, I will post it on a district-wide-teaching site for our educators.
Josh, have at it! I’d love if you could share the resource with as many folks as will benefit.
Have a great day,
Jane Krauss says
Eugenian here! I, too, would like to use your graphic in an ISTE 2014 presentation. I would be certain to credit you as author. May I use?
Kathleen Gradel says
Hi, Dave: Is it OK to include this (and cite, of course) in my college course syllabus (a course for future teachers on lit and tech)? Thanks, if possible.