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1 A Correlation of 2012 Pennsylvania Standards For Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening

2 Introduction This document demonstrates how, 2012 meets the for. Correlation page references are Student and Teacher Editions; Lessons in the Teacher s Edition contain facsimile Student Edition pages. is a comprehensive literacy program that brings together the cornerstones of the Common Core State Standards and provides a full array of instructional resources. You ll find everything you need to provide differentiated instruction combined with powerful progress monitoring. is designed to motivate and inspire today s digital natives your students. : Language and Literacy brings the art of teaching literature in 21st century. Visually striking and thoroughly engaging, the unique student edition looks like the real-world media students interact with outside the classroom. blends classic and contemporary literature with new literacies informational nonfiction such Web sites and newspapers allowing students to experience and interact with the best of both worlds. PHLitOnline extends that real-world experience with a fully interactive digital literature program that allows students and teachers to move effortlessly between print and multimedia. Meet the Challenges of the Common Core In-depth support for seamless integration of the Common Core State Standards Comprehensive coverage of the standards Variety of assessments to meet the needs of soon-to-be-implemented Common Core assessments Leading author team featuring key contributors Common Core Ensure All Students Achieve Systematic approach to helping students read texts of increasing complexity Scaffolding and modeling ensure that all students can meet the rigors of the Common Core Comprehensive support for developing the reading and communication skills students need to compete in the 21st Century Independent reading strand featuring content-area readings and rich literature Differentiate Instruction and Track Progress Online student edition with built-in differentiated instruction Award-winning technology that automatically matches instruction and text levels to students abilities. 2

3 Table of Contents R11.A Comprehension and Reading Skills... 4 R11.B: Interpretation and Analysis of Fictional and Nonfictional Text... 8 Standard Area - 1.4: Types of Writing Standard Area - 1.5: Quality of Writing Standard Area - 1.6: Speaking and Listening Standard Area - 1.7: Characteristics and Functions of the English Language Standard Area - 1.8: Research Standard Area - 1.9: Information, Communication, and Technology Literacy

4 2012 R11.A Reporting Category Comprehension and Reading Skills R11.A.1 Assessment Anchor: Understand fiction appropriate to grade level. R11.A.1.1 Assessment Anchor Descriptor: Identify and apply the meaning of vocabulary. : R11.A.1.1.1: Identify and/or apply meaning of multiple-meaning words used in text. SE/TE: Vocabulary Workshop: Words With Multiple Meanings, R11.A.1.1.2: Identify and/or apply a synonym or antonym of a word used in text. SE/TE: Synonyms, antonyms, 182, 592, 891; also see: Synonym banks, use, 1006 R11.A.1.2: Assessment Anchor Descriptor: Identify and apply word recognition skills. R11.A.1.2.1: Identify how the meaning of a word is changed when an affix is added; identify the meaning of a word from the text with an affix. SE/TE: Prefixes, 24, 27, 33, 34, 39, 258, 267, 268, 279, 644, 651, 652, 665, 694, 703, 704, 715, 804, 831, 832, 859, 892, 911, 912, 931, 1042, 1083, 1088, 1115; Suffixes, 44, 57, 58, 69, 126, 135, 136, 149, 212, 237, 238, 253, 348, 359, 360, 371, 722, 729, 730, 737; Roots, 102, 111, 112, 121, 314, 329, 330, 343, 442, 453, 461, 466, 475, 476, 487, 520, 527, 528, 535, 540, 549, 550, 561, 618, 629, 630, 639, 860, 891, 968, 975, 1146, 1163, 1164, 1189, 1194, 1199, 1200, 1205 R11.A.1.2.2: Define and/or apply how the meaning of words or phrases changes when using context clues given in explanatory sentences. SE/TE: Building Academic Vocabulary (Word in Context), CC58 CC63; Explain context cues, 237, 253; Context Clues, ; also see: Common Core Assessment Workshop: Cumulative Review (Vocabulary), 185, 415, 595, 769, 1019,

5 2012 R11.A.1.3: Assessment Anchor Descriptor: Make inferences, draw conclusions, and make generalizations based on text. R11.A.1.3.1: Make inferences and/or draw conclusions based on information from text. SE/TE: Make Inferences, 211, 213, 219, 220, 223, 226, 227, 228, 231, 235, 237, 242, 247, 250, 253, 257, 261, 267, 272, 276, 279; Draw conclusions, 967, 971, 974, 975, 978; also see: Critical Thinking: Infer, 211, 236, 266, 297, 342, 358, 395, 890, 958, 974, 995, 1049, 1069, 1105, 1114, 1129, 1133, 1136, 1162, 1188, 1198, 1232, Draw conclusions, 266, 278, 297, 342, 400 R11.A.1.3.2: Cite evidence from text to support generalizations. SE/TE: Critical Thinking: Generalize, 751, 1069, 1133 R11.A.1.4: Assessment Anchor Descriptor: Identify and explain main ideas and relevant details. R11.A.1.4.1: Identify and/or explains stated or implied main ideas and relevant supporting details from text. SE/TE: Test Practice: Main idea (fiction), 490; also see: Common Core Literary Analysis Workshop: Determining Themes in Fiction, 6, Analyzing Structure and Theme (Short Story), 199, Themes in Literature (Oral Tradition), ; Comparing Themes, 160, 171; Theme, 162, 163, 165, 166, 199, 200, 610, 782; Archetypal themes, 944, 947, 948, 949, 952, 955, 957, 959 R11.A.1.5: Assessment Anchor Descriptor: Summarize a fictional text as a whole R11.A.1.5.1: Summarize the key details SE/TE: Summarize, 801, 809, 811, 816, and events of a fictional text as a whole. 820, 824, 831, 833, 839, 844, 853, 859, 861, 864, 868, 873, 875, 877, 881, 882, 884, 886, 888, 891, 893, 901, 903, 911, 913, 919, 922, 927, 931, 936 5

6 2012 R11.A.1.6: Assessment Anchor Descriptor: Identify, describe, and analyze genre of text. R11.A.1.6.1: Identify and/or analyze the author's intended purpose of text. SE/TE: Reading Skill: Author s purpose, 125; After You Read, 149 R11.A.1.6.2: Explain, describe, and/or analyze examples of text that support the author's intended purpose. SE/TE: Bracketed Text Reading Skill questions (Author s Purpose), 129, 149 R11.A.2: Assessment Anchor: Understand nonfiction appropriate to grade level. R11.A.2.1: Assessment Anchor Descriptor: Identify and apply the meaning of vocabulary in nonfiction. R11.A.2.1.1: Identify and/or apply meaning of multiple-meaning words used in text. SE/TE: Vocabulary Workshop: Words With Multiple Meanings, R11.A.2.1.2: Identify and/or apply meaning of content-specific words used in text. SE/TE: Building Academic Vocabulary (Word in Context), CC58 CC63; Common Core Literary Analysis Workshop: Analyzing Word Choice and Rhetoric, 429, Rhetorical Devices, 430, 431, 433, 435, 436, 438, 439; also see: Vocabulary (for nonfiction selections), 442, 453, 453, 461, 466, 475, 476, 487, 520, 527, 528, 535, 540, 549, 550, 561; Informational Texts: Technical Document, Web Article, ; Vocabulary Workshop: Connotation and Denotation, , Idioms, Jargon, and Technical Terms, R11.A.2.2: Assessment Anchor Descriptor: Identify and apply word recognition skills. R11.A.2.2.1: Identify and apply how the meaning of a word is changed when an affix is added; identify the meaning of a word from the text with an affix. SE/TE: Prefixes, 24, 27, 33, 34, 39, 258, 267, 268, 279, 644, 651, 652, 665, 694, 703, 704, 715, 804, 831, 832, 859, 892, 911, 912, 931, 1042, 1083, 1088, 1115; Suffixes, 44, 57, 58, 69, 126, 135, 136, 149, 212, 237, 238, 253, 348, 359, 360, 371, 722, 729, 730, 737; Roots, 102, 111, 112, 121, 314, 329, 330, 343, 442, 453, 461, 466, 475, 476, 487, 520, 527, 528, 535, 540, 549, 550, 561, 618, 629, 630, 639, 860, 891, 968, 975, 1146, 1163, 1164, 1189, 1194, 1199, 1200,

7 R11.A.2.2.2: Define and/or apply how the meaning of words or phrases changes when using context clues given in explanatory sentences SE/TE: Building Academic Vocabulary (Word in Context), CC58 CC63; Explain context cues, 237, 253; Context Clues, ; also see: Common Core Assessment Workshop: Cumulative Review (Vocabulary), 185, 415, 595, 769, 1019, 1247 R11.A.2.3: Assessment Anchor Descriptor: Make inferences, draw conclusions, and make generalizations based on text. R11.A.2.3.1: Make inferences and/or draw conclusions based on information from text. SE/TE: Test Practice: Make Inferences (nonfiction), 283, Draw Conclusions (nonfiction), 979; also see: Critical Thinking: Critical Thinking: Infer, 120, 134, 148, 166, 170, 452, 460, 507, 534, 576, Draw conclusions, 510, 580 R11.A.2.3.2: Cite evidence from text to support generalizations. SE/TE: Critical Thinking: Generalize, 1000, 1204 R11.A.2.4: Assessment Anchor Descriptor: Identify and explain main ideas and relevant details. R11.A.2.4.1: Identify and/or explain stated or implied main ideas and relevant supporting details from text. SE/TE: Common Core Literary Analysis Workshop: Determining Central Ideas in Nonfiction, 7, Close Read: Central Idea in Nonfiction, 16 22; Main idea, identify / determine, 441, 448, 453, 458, 461, 465, 470, 475, 481, 486, 487; Reading for Information: analyze text information, logic, sequence, R11.A.2.5: Assessment Anchor Descriptor: Summarize a nonfictional text as a whole. R11.A.2.5.1: Summarize the major points, processes, and/or events of a nonfictional text as a whole. SE/TE: Critical Thinking: Summarize, 510; Reading for Information: paraphrase a text (main idea), ; also see: Test Practice: Paraphrase (nonfiction), 741, Summarize (nonfiction), 937 7

8 2012 R11.A.2.6: Assessment Anchor Descriptor: Identify, describe, and analyze genre of text. R11.A.2.6.1: Identify and/or describe the author's intended purpose of text. SE/TE: Reading Skill: Author s Purpose, 101; After You Read, 111, 121 R11.A.2.6.2: Explain, describe, and/or analyze examples of text that support the author's intended purpose. SE/TE: Bracketed Text Reading Skill questions (Author s Purpose), 105, 109, 111, 118, 1193, 1199, 1205 R11.B: Reporting Category: Interpretation and Analysis of Fictional and Nonfictional Text R11.B.1: Assessment Anchor: Understand components within and between texts. R11.B.1.1: Assessment Anchor Descriptor: Interpret, compare, describe, analyze, and evaluate components of fiction and literary nonfiction. R11.B.1.1.1: Explain, interpret, compare, describe, analyze, and/or evaluate the relationships within fiction and literary nonfiction. SE/TE: Common Core Workshop: Comprehending Complex Texts, CC66 CC71, Analyzing Arguments, CC72 CC73, The Art of Argument: Rhetorical Devices and Persuasive Techniques, CC74 CC75; Literary Analysis Workshop: Determining Themes in Fiction, 6, Determining Central Ideas in Nonfiction, 7, Close Read, 8 11, 16 21, Analyzing Structure and Theme, 199, Analyzing the Development and Organization of Ideas, 428, Close Read: Development of Ideas, , Themes in Folk Literature, , Determining Themes, 1032, Analyzing Point of View and Cultural Experience, 1033, Close Read: Theme and Point of View, ; also see: Comparing Literary Works, 80, 93, 160, 171, 290, 305, 382, 401, 498, 511, 572, 581, 676, 685, 748, 755, 944, 959, 1126, 1137, 1216,

9 2012 R11.B a: Character (may also be called narrator, speaker, subject of a biography): R11.B a.1: Explain, interpret, SE/TE: Character, 6, 8, 12, 125, 130, 134, 135, 141, 144, 146, 149, 187, 198, 199, evaluate character actions, motives, 200, 204, 208, 209, 255, 347,371, 708, dialogue, emotions/feelings, traits, and 711, 782, 784; Characterization, relationships among characters within direct/indirect, 313, 318, 319, 320, 321, fictional or literary nonfictional text. 324, 329, 333, 334, 336, 339, 343; Epic Hero, 1041 R11.B a.2: Explain, interpret, evaluate the relationship between characters and other components of text. R11.B b: Setting: R11.B b.1: Explain, interpret, evaluate the setting of fiction or literary nonfiction. R11.B b.2: Explain, interpret, evaluate the relationship between setting and other components of the text. SE/TE: Performance Tasks: Analyze a Complex Character, 418; Make and Support Inferences About a Main Character, 418; Analyze a Complex Character, 1022; Analyze the Development of a Complex Character, 189; Analyze Character and Theme, 419; Present a Tragic Character, 1023; Characters, comparing and contrasting, 1145; Analyze a Complex Hero, 1251 SE/TE: Setting, 8, 9, 10, 12, 196, 199, 200, 201, 204, 206, 290, 293, 294, 296, 297, 300, 303, 304, 305, 697, 708, 711, 1034, 1037 SE/TE: Comparing setting chart (place, time, culture), 290, 305 R11.B c: Plot (May also be called action): R11.B c.1: Explain, interpret, SE/TE: Plot (includes climax), 6, 7, 14, 43, 48, 50, 51, 53, 57, 64, 69, 198, 202, 207, evaluate elements of the plot (conflict, 209, 307, 782; also see: Conflict, 8, 12, 13, rising action, climax and/or resolution). 194, 196, 198, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 208, 211, 216, 218, 222, 253, 307, 713, 780, 780, 782, 784, 786, 789, 792, 796 R11.B c.2: Explain, interpret, evaluate the relationship between elements of the plot (conflict, rising action, climax, resolution) and other components of the text. SE/TE: Common Core Literary Analysis Workshop: Plot Structure in a Short Story, 197, How Characters Advance the Plot, 198, Analyzing Structure and Theme, 199; also see: Suspense, 43, 50, 57, 69; Plot, 43, 46, 60, 57, 69 9

10 R11.B d: Theme: R11.B d.1: Explain, interpret, evaluate the theme of fiction or literary nonfiction. R11.B d.2: Explain, interpret, evaluate the relationship between the theme and other components of the text. R11.B e: Tone, Style, Mood: R11.B e.1: Explain, interpret, evaluate the tone, style, and/or mood of fiction or literary nonfiction. R11.B e.2: Explain, interpret, evaluate the relationship between the tone, style, and/or mood and other components of the text. R11.B f: Symbolism: R11.B f.1: Explain, interpret, evaluate the use of symbolism in fiction or literary nonfiction. R11.B f.2: Explain, interpret, evaluate the relationship between symbolism and other components of the text SE/TE: Common Core Literary Analysis Workshop: Determining Themes in Fiction, 6, Themes in Literature (Oral Tradition), ; Comparing Themes, 160, 171; Theme, 162, 163, 165, 166, 199, 200, 610, 782 SE/TE: Common Core Literary Analysis Workshop: Analyzing Structure and Theme (Short Story), 199; Comparing Archetypal Theme, 944, 947, 948, 949, 952, 955, 957, 959 SE/TE: Literary Analysis: Author s Style, 441; After You Read: Author s Style, 453, 461; also see: Tone, 430, 441, 445, 453, 608; Mood, narrative poetry, 693, 698, 703, 714, 715 SE/TE: Bracketed Text Reading Skill questions (Author s Style), 445, 446, 449, 457, 458, 460; also see: Comparing Tall Tale and Myth (authors style of retelling), 1216, 1218, 1219, 1220, 1223, 1224, 1226, 1229, 1230, 1232, 1233 SE/TE: Symbols, 8, 11, 13, 14, 196, 200, 204, 207, 208, 209 SE/TE: Symbolism, comparing, 382, 384, 385, 387, 388, 390, 391, 393, 394, 395, 397, 398, 400, 401 R11.B.1.2: Assessment Anchor Descriptor: Make connections between texts. R11.B.1.2. SE/TE: Comparing Literary Works, 80, 93, R11.B.1.2.1a: Explain, interpret, compare, 160, 171, 290, 305, 382, 401, 498, 511, describe, analyze, and/or evaluate 572, 581, 676, 685, 748, 755, 944, 959, connections between texts. 1126, 1137, 1216,

11 2012 R11.B.2: Assessment Anchor: Understand literary devices in fictional and nonfictional text. R11.B.2.1: Assessment Anchor Descriptor: Identify, interpret, describe, and analyze figurative language and literary structures in fiction and nonfiction. R11.B.2.1.1: Identify, explain, interpret, describe, and/or analyze examples of personification, simile, metaphor, hyperbole, satire, imagery, foreshadowing, flashbacks and irony in text. SE/TE: Foreshadowing, 43, 51, 57, 64, 69, 199; Irony, 257, 265, 267, 273, 274, 276, 277, 278, 379, 893; Simile, 429, 609, 617, 629, 633, 639; Personification, 429, 609, 617, 629, 639; Metaphor, 429, 609, 617, 629, 639; Hyperbole, 572, 581, 1216; Imagery, 612, 614, 678, 679, 680, 676, 683, 684, 685; Satire, 986, 989, 991, 992, 993, 994, 995, 996, 997, 998, 1001; Flashback, 1041, 1048, 1079 R11.B.2.1.2: Identify, explain, interpret, describe, and/or analyze the author's purpose for and effectiveness at using figurative language in text. SE/TE: Figurative language, 610, 614, 617, 625, 627, 629, 633, 637, 639, 693 R11.B.2.2: Assessment Anchor Descriptor: Identify, interpret, describe, and analyze the point of view of the narrator in fictional and nonfictional text. R11.B.2.2.1: Identify, explain, interpret, describe, and/or analyze the point of view of the narrator as first person or third person point of view. SE/TE: Comparing Literary Works: Point of View (Venn diagram), 80; After You Read, 93; Literary Analysis Workshop: Point of View (defined), 199, 200; Literary Analysis Workshop: Analyzing Point of View and Cultural Experience, 1033 R11.B.2.2.2: Explain, interpret, describe, and/or analyze the effectiveness of the point of view used by the author. SE/TE: Bracketed Text questions: Point of View, 83, 84, 85, 87, 89, 93; Literary Analysis Workshop: Point of View (close read), 201, 203, 205; Literary Analysis Workshop: Analyzing Point of View and Cultural Experience (close read),

12 2012 R11.B.3: Assessment Anchor: Understand concepts and organization of nonfictional text. R11.B.3.1: Assessment Anchor Descriptor: Interpret, describe, and analyze the characteristics and uses of facts and opinions in nonfictional text. R11.B.3.1.1: Explain, interpret, describe, and/or analyze the use of facts and opinions to make a point or construct an argument in nonfictional text. SE/TE: Common Core Workshop: Analyzing Arguments, CC71 CC73, The Art of Argument: Rhetorical Devices and Persuasive Techniques, CC74 CC75; Author s Purpose, 101, 105, 109, 118, 125, 436, 1193, 1199, 1205; Common Core Literary Analysis Workshop: Analyzing Word Choice and Rhetoric, 429, Rhetorical Devices, 430, 431, 433, 435, 436, 438, 439; Evaluate persuasive techniques, 539, 546, 549, 554, 561; Persuasive speech, 539, 546, 555, 556, 559; Rhetorical devices, 594 R11.B.3.2: Assessment Anchor Descriptor: Distinguish between essential and nonessential information within or between texts. R11.B.3.2.1: Identify, explain, and/or interpret bias and propaganda techniques in nonfictional text. SE/TE: Propaganda, evaluate, 934; for related activities, also see: Bias, 428 R11.B.3.2.2: Explain, describe and/or analyze the effectiveness of bias and propaganda techniques in nonfictional text. SE/TE: Common Core Literary Analysis Workshop: Analyzing Word Choice and Rhetoric, 429, Rhetorical Devices, 430, 431, 433, 435, 436, 438, 439; Evaluate persuasive techniques, 539, 546, 549, 554, 561; Persuasive speech, 539, 546, 555, 556, 559; Informational Texts: Evaluate credibility (and argument), ; Rhetorical devices,

13 2012 R11.B.3.3: Assessment Anchor Descriptor: Identify, compare, explain, interpret, describe, and analyze how text organization clarifies meaning of nonfictional text. R11.B.3.3.1: Explain, interpret, and/or analyze the effect of text organization, including the use of headers. SE/TE: Reading for Information: read to perform task (sequence), 74 79, analyze text structure, features, format, , critique logic of functional documents (text features, graphics), , analyze text structure, features, format, , follow technical directions (analyze structure, features, format), , analyze text information, R11.B.3.3.2: Explain, interpret, and/or analyze the author's purpose for decisions about text organization and content. R11.B.3.3.3: Explain, interpret, and/or analyze graphics and charts, and/or make connections between text and the content of graphics and charts. R11.B.3.3.4: Identify, explain, compare, interpret, describe, and/or analyze the sequence of steps in a list of directions. SE/TE: Reading for Information: critique logic of functional documents (text features, graphics), SE/TE: Informational Texts (with pictures and symbols): read to perform task (sequence), 74 79, critique logic of functional documents (text features, graphics), SE/TE: Informational Texts: read to perform task (sequence), 74 79, follow technical directions (analyze structure, features, format), Standard Area - 1.4: Types of Writing Grade Level : GRADE 9 ENGLISH I Standard A: Write poems, short stories and plays. Apply organizational methods standard genre. SE/TE: Autobiographical Narrative: identify your main point, 96; Short Story: developing the plot, 307; Point of View, 308 Use specific details to enhance the story elements Incorporate dialogue to develop character and plot. SE/TE: Autobiographical Narrative: choosing details, 95; Short Story: show, don t tell, 308; Writing Lessons, 255, 1085 SE/TE: Short Story: dialogue,

14 B: Write complex informational pieces (e.g. reviews, research papers, instructions, essays, articles) Apply purpose / audience appropriate methods to develop the thesis of the piece. SE/TE: Cause-and-Effect Essay: TRI method, 404; Research Report: Thesis Statement, 1005; Comparison-and- Contrast Essay: specify your purpose, 1235; also see: Timed Writing (informative/explanatory writing), 79, 159, 289, 381, 497, 571, 675, 943, 985, 1125, 1215; Research and Technology, 123, 345, 935; Integrated Language Skills: Writing, 401, 755, 1117 Use discipline specific vocabulary, precise language, and relevant detail. Use relevant graphics (e.g. maps, charts, graphs, tables, illustrations, photographs). Evaluate the validity and significance of primary and secondary sources as related thesis. SE/TE: Cause and Effect Essay: examine current events & chart causes and effects, 403, use logical evidence, 404, showing cause and effect, 405, clarify cause and effect, 406; Research Report: Gathering Details, ; Comparison and Contrast Essay: support generalizations with specifics, 1236 SE/TE: Communications Workshop: Multimedia Presentation of a Research Report, ; Technical Document: use visual aids, 1139; also see: Research and Technology: Introduction for Multimedia Presentation, 123, Comparative Chart, 537, Research Report Informational Chart, 977 SE/TE: Use a variety of sources, 1003; Source and notecards, 1004; Credit sources, 1005; Consistent research format, 1006; Professional Model, 1007; Documenting sources, 1008; Works Cited, 1012; Citing Sources and Preparing Manuscript, R36 R37; also see: Sources, identify primary and secondary, 739; Find appropriate sources, 1003; Question sources, 1004; Make direct references to sources,

15 1.4.9.C: Write persuasive pieces. Include a clearly stated position or opinion with awareness of audience and topic Organize ideas and appeals in a sustained and effective fashion. Clarify positions with precise and relevant evidence, including facts, expert opinions, quotations, expressions of commonly accepted beliefs, and logical reasoning. Anticipate and counter reader concerns and arguments SE/TE: Common Core Workshop: Composing an Argument (introduce claim), CC76; Problem-and-solution Essay: outline problem clearly, 174; Editorial: Ideas, generate, 582; Issues, consider all sides of, 583; Testimonials, provide, 584; Readers' concerns, address, 586; also see: Writing: Critique, 71, Proposal, 563, Editorial, 667, 933, Communications Workshop: Persuasive Speech, 592, 593 SE/TE: Problem-and-solution Essay: cause-effect organizer, 174; Editorial: organizing your arguments, 584; Communications Workshop: parallel structures, 592 SE/TE: Common Core Workshop: Composing an Argument (develop claim), CC76; Problem-and-solution Essay: select convincing details, 174, support generalizations, 176; Editorial: Issues, consider all sides of, 583; Statistics, provide, 584; Testimonials, provide, 584; Readers' concerns, address, 586; also see: Writing: Editorial, 667, Communications Workshop: Persuasive Speech, 592, 593 SE/TE: Problem-and-Solution Essay: Problem Profile, 173, Address readers concerns, 174; Editorial: Issues, consider all sides of, 583, Logic, appeal to, 583, Readers' concerns, address, 586; Response to Literature: Consider audience, 758, Check words of praise or criticism,

16 Standard Area - 1.5: Quality of Writing Grade Level : GRADE 9 ENGLISH I Standard A: Write with a clear focus, identifying topic, task, and audience B: Develop content appropriate for the topic. Gather, organize, and determine validity and reliability of information SE/TE: Prewriting (includes choosing topic, narrowing topic and gathering details), 94, 173, 306, 403, 512, 583, 686, 757, 960, 1003, 1138, 1235 SE/TE: Use a variety of sources, 1003; Source and notecards, 1004; Credit sources, 1005; Consistent research format, 1006; Professional Model, 1007; Documenting sources, 1008; Works Cited, 1012; Citing Sources and Preparing Manuscript, R36 R37; also see: Sources, identify primary and secondary, 739; Find appropriate sources, 1003; Question sources, 1004; Make direct references to sources, 1005 Employ the most effective format for purpose and audience. Incorporate specialized vocabulary for topic and audience Write fully developed paragraphs that have details and information specific topic and relevant to the focus. SE/TE: Audience, consider, 688, 758; Purpose, clarify, 757, specify, 1235; Audience, teach, 1139; Audience, consider, 1140; also see; Language, use active, 308; Voice, create, 513; Voice, highlight, 514; Words, choose powerful, 586; Revise to vary word choice, 1006; Word choice, review, 1140 SE/TE: Problem-and-solution Essay: expert opinions, 174, word choice, 175; Editorial: appeal to logic and emotion, 583, expert opinions and statistics, 584 SE/TE: Cause and Effect Essay: TRI method to develop paragraphs & chronological, 404, clarify cause and effect relationships, 406; Comparison and Contrast Essay: add transitions, 1236, revising for to make comparisons and contrasts clear, 1238, varying sentence structure, 1239; Research and Technology, 123,

17 1.5.9.C: Write with controlled and/or subtle organization. Sustain a logical order throughout the piece SE/TE: Problem, outline, 174; Text structure, choose, 345, 1005; Cause-andeffect chart, 403; Chronological order, use, 404; Organizational pattern, establish, 582; Outline, use, 584, 1005; Parallelism, create, 587; Organization, choose, 688, 1236; Cause-effect sequences, add, 1085 Include an effective introduction and conclusion. Apply effective, subtle transitional methods within and across paragraphs D: Write with an understanding of style using a variety of sentence structures and descriptive word choices. Create tone and voice through the use of precise language E: Revise writing to improve style, word choice, sentence variety, and subtlety of meaning after rethinking how questions of purpose, audience, and genre have been addressed. SE/TE: Organizational pattern, establish, 582; Outline, use, 584, 1005; Parallelism, create, 587; Organization, choose, 688, 1236 SE/TE: Transitional words, use, 209; Transitions, focus on, 691; Transitions, provide, 962; also see: Cause-and-effect chart, 403; Organizational pattern, establish, 582; Cause-effect sequences, add, 1085 SE/TE: Writer s Toolbox: Sentence Fluency, 515, Revising to Vary Sentence Patterns, 689, Revising to Combine Sentences with Phrases, 963, Revising to Combine Sentences Using Adverb Clauses, 1009, Revising to Correct Fragments and Run-ons, 1141, Varying Sentence Structure and Length, 1239; also see: Grammar (Integrated Language Skills): Simple and Compound Sentences, 1084, Complex and Compound-Complex Sentences, 1116 SE/TE: Writing Workshop: Revising, 96, 177, 308, 406, 514, 596, 688, 761, 962, 1006, 1140, 1238; Writer s Toolbox: Revising, 97, 177, 309, 407, 587, 689, 963, 1009, F: Use grade appropriate conventions of language when writing and editing. Spell all words correctly. SE/TE: Spelling, focus on, 179, 311, 589; Spelling skills, use basic, 1143; also see: Writing Workshop: Editing and Proofreading, 99, 129, 311, 409, 517, 589, 691, 763, 965, 1013, 1143,

18 2012 Use capital letters correctly. SE/TE: Common and Proper Nouns, 40; Editing: Proper names and places, 99; Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics Handbook: Capitalization, R52 Punctuate correctly SE/TE: Writer s Toolbox: Using Quotations, 761; Conventions: Commas and Dashes, 1190, Colon, Semicolons, and Ellipses, 1206; Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics Handbook: Capitalization and Punctuation, R52, R53 R54 Use correct grammar and sentence formation. SE/TE: Writer s Toolbox: Sentence Fluency, 515, Revising to Vary Sentence Patterns, 689, Revising to Combine Sentences with Phrases, 963, Revising to Combine Sentences Using Adverb Clauses, 1009, Revising to Correct Fragments and Run-ons, 1141, Varying Sentence Structure and Length, 1239; also see: Grammar (Integrated Language Skills): Simple and Compound Sentences, 1084, Complex and Compound-Complex Sentences, 1116; also see: Proofreading, 99, 179, 311, 409, 517, 589, 691, 763, 965, 1013, 1143, 1241 Standard Area - 1.6: Speaking and Listening Grade Level : GRADE 9 ENGLISH I Standard A: Listen critically and respond to others in small and large group situations. Respond with grade level appropriate questions, ideas, information or opinions. SE/TE: Exploring the Big Question: Collaboration, 2, 194, 424, 604, 778, 1028; Vocabulary Workshop: Comprehension and Collaboration, 181, 411, 591, 765, 1015, 1243; Communications Workshop: Comprehension and Collaboration, 183, 413, 593, 767, 1017, 1245; also see: Listening and Speaking: Debate, 281, 1117, Dialogue, 373, 717, Panel discussion, 463, 739, 1207, Staged performance, 934, Conversations, improvise everyday,

19 1.6.9.B: Demonstrate awareness of audience using appropriate volume and clarity in formal speaking presentations SE/TE: Delivering a Persuasive Speech: Use your voice and gestures effectively, 592; Oral Interpretation of Literature: Rehearse the interpretation, 766, What pace and tone of voice best enhances this particular piece?, 767; also see: Listening and Speaking: Staged performance, 934 Standard Area - 1.7: Characteristics and Functions of the English Language Grade Level : GRADE 9 ENGLISH I Standard A: Analyze the role and place of standard American English and informal language when used in speech, writing and literature. Standard Area - 1.8: Research Grade Level : GRADE 9 ENGLISH I Standard A: Focus on a clear research question and develop and implement an inquirybased process in carrying out research. SE/TE: Vocabulary Workshop: Idioms, Jargon, and Technical Terms, ; also see: Letter, informal, 373 SE/TE: Research Report (Write an Informative Text):Identify an open-ended research question, 1003; propose thesis statement, 1005; also see: Research and Technology: Introduction for a multimedia presentation, 123, Multimedia presentation, 935, Oral report, 1191; Communications Workshop: Multimedia Presentation of a Research Report, B: Conduct inquiry and research on self-selected or assigned topics, issues, or problems using information from a variety of sources and document sources by using a consistent format for citations. Organize information logically as it relates to research topic. SE/TE: Research Report: Create a text structure, 1005; Follow a consistent research format, 1006; also see: Research and Technology, 123, 151, 345, 489, 537, 935, 977,

20 Evaluate information sources for relevance and credibility C: Create an organized and reasoned product that supports inferences and conclusions drawn from research SE/TE: Use a variety of sources, 1003; Source and notecards, 1004; Credit sources, 1005; Consistent research format, 1006; Professional Model, 1007; Documenting sources, 1008; Works Cited, 1012; Citing Sources and Preparing Manuscript, R36 R37; also see: Sources, identify primary and secondary, 739; Find appropriate sources, 1003; Question sources, 1004; Make direct references to sources, 1005 SE/TE: Writing Workshop: Research Report, ; also see: Research report, 935, 977, 1008; Communication Workshop: Multimedia Presentation of a Research Report, Standard Area - 1.9: Information, Communication, and Technology Literacy Grade Level : GRADE 9 ENGLISH I Standard A: Use media and technology resources for research and problem solving in content learning. SE/TE: Communication Workshop: Multimedia Presentation of a Research Report, ; also see: Writing Workshop: Publishing and Sharing, 99, 179, 311, 409, 517, 589, 691, 763, 965, 1013, 1143, 1241; Research and Technology, 123, 935; Creating an Effective Podcast, R B: Analyze the techniques of media messages to evaluate how they influence society. SE/TE: Communication Workshop: Comparing Media Coverage, ; also see: Reading for Information: Commentary, Movie Review,

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