The Department of Education’s Office of Vocational and Adult Education has shared the College and Career Readiness Standards for Adult Education report to help practitioners with CCR outcomes. Included in the report is a description of how the Common Core standards work within and across grade levels to promote literacy outcomes. From the report:
In some cases, the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) repeat the very same skill level to level with little or no variation in wording or demand. Literacy skills by their nature are recursive; therefore, certain skills need to be covered at both lower and higher levels of learning, but applied to increasingly sophisticated contexts. So, for example, students are asked by the CCSS to determine the theme or central idea of a text, summarize a text, determine the meaning of words in context, and produce clear and coherent writing in several levels of learning as applied to more challenging texts.
Beginning on page 96 is a table with all the links. For example, Reading Anchor Standards 1 is closely associated to Writing Anchor Standard 9 and Speaking and Listening Anchor Standard 1. Or Reading Anchor 8 is matched with Writing Anchor 1 and Speaking and Listening Anchor 3. There are many other examples that can viewed by downloading the full report here.