Virginia English Standards of Learning Grade 9

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1 A Correlation of Pearson ilit 90, 2015 To the Virginia English Standards of Learning

2 Introduction This document demonstrates how Pearson ilit meets the objectives of the. Correlation references are cited by unit and lesson number and feature title. Pearson ilit is a comprehensive literacy solution designed to produce two or more years of reading growth in a single year. ilit is based on a proven instructional model that has produced successful results for students in districts across the country for more than a decade. ilit has been carefully crafted to meet the rigors of the Common Core State Standards and prepare students for success on the new assessments. Individual, small group, and whole-class instruction is personalized based on a constant stream of data from a wide range of embedded assessments, including text-based performance tasks. ilit engages students like no other reading program through its vast e-library of highinterest texts, instant coaching and feedback for scaffolded support, engaging activities, and built-in reward systems that motivate students and track their progress. 2

3 Table of Contents Communication: Speaking, Listening, Media Literacy... 4 Reading... 9 Writing Research

4 Grade Nine The ninth-grade student will make planned oral presentations independently and in small groups. Knowledge of the impact that informative/persuasive techniques in media messages make on public opinion will be introduced. The student will continue development of vocabulary, with attention to connotations, idioms, and allusions. Knowledge of literary terms and genres will be applied in the student s own writing and in the analysis of literature. The student will be introduced to significant literary texts. Increased requirements for research and reporting in all subjects will be supported by the use of print, electronic databases, online resources, and other media. Students will cite sources of information using a standard method of documentation. The student will distinguish between reliable and questionable sources of information. Writing will encompass narrative, expository, and persuasive forms for a variety of purposes and audiences. The student will demonstrate correct use of language, spelling, and mechanics by applying grammatical conventions in writing and speaking. Communication: Speaking, Listening, Media Literacy 9.1 The student will make planned oral presentations independently and in small groups. a) Include definitions to increase clarity. Give a Multimedia Presentation Unit 1 Lessons 23 24: Unit 3 Lesson 23: Unit 3 Lesson 24: Unit 5 Lessons 23 24: Debate an Issue Unit 2 Lesson 24: b) Use relevant details to support main ideas. Talk About an Influential Adult Unit 2 Lesson 5: Connecting Songs to My Life Unit 3 Lesson 2: Share Expressions Unit 3 Lesson 10: Discuss the Meaning of Community Unit 4 Lesson 1: Discuss Life Choices Unit 5 Lesson 1: 4

5 c) Illustrate main ideas through anecdotes and examples. Talk About an Influential Adult Unit 2 Lesson 5: Organize Your Presentation Unit 3 Lesson 20: Summarize a Poem Unit 5 Lesson 2: Give a Multimedia Presentation Unit 1 Lessons 23 24: Unit 3 Lesson 23: Unit 3 Lesson 24: Unit 5 Lessons 23 24: d) Use grammatically correct language, including vocabulary appropriate to the topic, audience, and purpose. Fluency (examples) Unit 1 Lesson 10: Whole Group Unit 2 Lesson 10: Whole Group; Assignment: Role-Play a Scene Unit 2 Lessons 9, 15: Unit 4 Lesson 11: Evaluate and Present a Multimedia Project (Examples) Unit 3 Lessons 23 24: Unit 5 Lesson 23: Classroom Conversation (examples) Unit 1 Lesson 16: Classroom Conversation Unit 3 Lesson 18: Classroom Conversation Unit 5 Lesson 23: Classroom Conversation e) Use verbal and nonverbal techniques for presentation. Perform in Reader's Theater Unit 1 Lesson 13: Unit 3 Lesson 14: Whole Group Assignment: Debate an Issue Unit 2 Lesson 24: f) Evaluate impact and purpose of presentation. Assignment: Role-Play a Scene Unit 2 Lessons 9, 15: Unit 4 Lesson 11: Evaluate and Present a Multimedia Project (Examples) Unit 3 Lessons 23 24: Unit 5 Lesson 23: 5

6 g) Credit information sources. Students are encouraged to cite all evidence in their presentations. Conducting Research Unit 1 Lesson 17: Whole Group; Develop Multimedia Presentation (examples) Unit 3 Lessons 23 24: Unit 5 Lesson 23: h) Give impromptu responses to questions about presentation. Assignment: Debate an Issue Unit 2 Lesson 24: Assignment: Discuss and Summarize Unit 3 Lesson 15: Whole Class/Small Group Discussion (examples) Unit 1 Lesson 6: Classroom Conversation Unit 3 Lesson 19: Classroom Conversation Unit 4 Lesson 10: Classroom Conversation i) Give and follow spoken directions to perform specific tasks, answer questions, or solve problems. Work in a Group Unit 1 Lesson 16: Whole Group Unit 3 Lesson 18: Whole Group; Multimedia Project Assignment Unit 1 Lesson 16: j) Use a variety of strategies to listen actively. Create a Group Multimedia Project Unit 3 Lesson 16: Whole Group Active Listening Unit 3 Lesson 16: Whole Group Plan An Interview Unit 5 Lessons 18 19: Whole Group; Work Time Discussion Opportunities (examples) Unit 1 Lesson 11: Classroom Conversation Unit 2 Lesson 19: Classroom Conversation Conferencing with Individuals (examples) Unit 1 Lesson 4: Unit 2 Lesson 10: 6

7 k) Summarize and evaluate information presented orally by others. Discuss and Summarize Unit 3 Lesson 15: Summarize (examples) Unit 3 Lesson 15: Unit 4 Lessons 13 14, 18: Read Aloud, Think Aloud; Unit 5 Lesson 2: l) Assume shared responsibility for collaborative work. Make Decisions in a Group Unit 3 Lesson 21: Whole Group Work in a Group on a Multimedia Presentation Unit 1 Lesson 16: Whole Group Unit 3 Lesson 16: Whole Group Multimedia Project Assignment Unit 1 Lesson 16: Work in a Group Unit 3 Lesson 18: Whole Group; 9.2 The student will produce, analyze, and evaluate auditory, visual, and written media messages. a) Analyze and interpret special effects Evaluate and Present a Multimedia Project used in media messages including (Examples) television, film, and Internet. Unit 3 Lessons 23 24: Unit 5 Lesson 23: Connecting Songs to My Life Unit 3 Lesson 2: b) Determine the purpose of the media message and its effect on the audience. Active Listening Unit 3 Lesson 16: Whole Group Evaluate and Present a Multimedia Project (Examples) Unit 3 Lessons 23 24: Unit 5 Lesson 23: Photo Essays Unit 4 Lesson 25: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Unit 6 Lesson 2: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Graphic Text Unit 5 Lesson 25: Read Aloud, Think Aloud 7

8 c) Describe possible cause and effect relationships between mass media coverage and public opinion trends. Photo Essays Unit 4 Lesson 25: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Unit 6 Lesson 2: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Finalize Photo Choices Unit 3 Lesson 21: d) Evaluate sources including advertisements, editorial, and feature stories for relationships between intent and factual content. Informational Text/ Report, Editorial, Speech Unit 5 Lesson 24: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Unit 6 Lesson 1: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Evaluate and Present a Multimedia Project (examples) Unit 3 Lessons 23 24: Unit 5 Lesson 23: Conducting Research Unit 1 Lesson 17: Whole Group; e) Monitor, analyze, and use multiple streams of simultaneous information. Give a Multimedia Presentation Unit 1 Lessons 23 24: Unit 3 Lesson 23: Unit 3 Lesson 24: Unit 5 Lessons 23 24: Perform in Reader's Theater Unit 1 Lesson 13: Unit 3 Lesson 14: Whole Group 8

9 Reading 9.3 The student will apply knowledge of word origins, derivations, and figurative language to extend vocabulary development in authentic texts. a) Use structural analysis of roots, affixes, synonyms, antonyms, and cognates to understand complex words. Use Latin Roots to Determine Meaning Unit 3 Lesson 1: Whole Group; Understand Prefixes and Suffixes Unit 3 Lesson 19: Whole Group Unit 3 Lesson 24: Whole Group Analyze Nouns with Suffixes Unit 4 Lesson 14: Whole Group Assignments: Vocabulary Study Plan (examples) Unit 4 Lessons Part 5: Skill 20: Synonyms and Antonyms Unit 5 Lessons Part 2: Skill 22: Word Parts: Prefixes, Suffixes, and Word Roots b) Use context, structure, and connotations to determine meanings of words and phrases. Reading Strategy: Use a Dictionary and Context to Clarify Word Meaning Unit 5 Lesson 4: Whole Group Identify Context Clues Unit 5 Lesson 6: Whole Group Using Context Clues (examples) Unit 1 Lesson 7: Vocabulary Unit 4 Lesson 14: Vocabulary Assignments: Vocabulary Study Plan (examples) Unit 1 Lessons 11 15: Part 1: Skill 1: Context Clues Unit 4 Lessons 11 15: Part 1: Skill 16: Context Clues c) Discriminate between connotative and denotative meanings and interpret the connotation. Understand Connotation and Denotation Unit 3 Lesson 15: Whole Group During daily Independent Reading, students use a built-in dictionary to determine and confirm meanings of words and phrases. 9

10 d) Identify the meaning of common idioms. Figurative Language Unit 2 Lesson 20: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Understand Expressions and Sayings Unit 3 Lesson 10: Whole Group; e) Identify literary and classical allusions and figurative language in text. Figurative Language Unit 1 Lesson 14: Whole Group; Unit 2 Lesson 20: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Unit 3 Lesson 7: Whole Group; Understand Expressions and Sayings Unit 3 Lesson 10: Whole Group; Understand Similes and Metaphors Unit 4 Lesson 5: Whole Group; Don Jose of La Mancha from An Island Like You (short story collection) Unit 5 Lessons Use Songs to Develop Theme Unit 3 Lesson 20: Whole Group f) Extend general and specialized vocabulary through speaking, reading, and writing. Understand Domain-Specific Words Unit 2 Lesson 15: Whole Group Vocabulary (examples) Unit 1 Lesson 11: Vocabulary Unit 2 Lesson 14: Vocabulary Unit 4 Lesson 11: Vocabulary Assignments Vocabulary Study Plan (examples) Unit 2 Lessons Part 1: Skill 6: Words That Are Used Together (Collocations) Unit 5 Lessons Part 3: Skill 23: Analogies Unit 6 Lessons Part 5: Skill 30: Synonyms and Antonyms 10

11 g) Use knowledge of the evolution, diversity, and effects of language to comprehend and elaborate the meaning of texts. Invented Language Unit 1 Lesson 4: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Use a Dictionary and Context to Clarify Word Meaning Unit 5 Lesson 4: Whole Group Assignments Vocabulary Study Plan Unit 1 Lessons Part 5: Skill 5: Word Parts: Word Roots Unit 6 Lessons Part 2: Skill 27: Word Parts: Prefixes, Suffixes, and Word Roots 9.4 The student will read, comprehend, and analyze a variety of literary texts including narratives, narrative nonfiction, poetry, and drama. a) Identify author s main idea and purpose. Main Idea Unit 5 Lesson 24: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Recognize Author's Purpose Unit 2 Lesson 2: Whole Group Unit 2 Lessons 3 4: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Analyze Theme (examples) Unit 1 Lesson 15: Whole Group; Unit 2 Lesson 22: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Unit 3 Lesson 20: Whole Group Unit 5 Lesson 23: Whole Group b) Summarize text relating supporting details. Summarize (examples) Unit 3 Lesson 15: Unit 4 Lessons 13 14, 18: Read Aloud, Think Aloud; Unit 5 Lesson 2: Paraphrase (examples) Unit 1 Lesson 17: Read Aloud, Think Aloud; Unit 4 Lesson 15: Whole Group 11

12 c) Identify the characteristics that distinguish literary forms. Genre: Personal Narrative Unit 1 Lesson 1: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Unit 1 Lesson 2: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Unit 4 Lesson 1: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Introduce Genre: Short Story Unit 1 Lesson 3: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Introduce Genre: Fiction/Novel Excerpt Unit 4 Lesson 24: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Library The ilit Student Library, with hundreds of titles, includes a broad range of short stories, dramas, and poems. d) Use literary terms in describing and analyzing selections. Analyze Theme (examples) Unit 2 Lesson 22: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Unit 3 Lesson 20: Whole Group Analyze Character (examples) Unit 1 Lessons 20 21: Whole Group Unit 3 Lesson 17: Whole Group; Evaluate Text Structure Unit 4 Lesson 21: Whole Group Analyze Dialogue and Plot Incidents Unit 5 Lesson 17: Whole Group Compare and Contrast Settings Unit 1 Lesson 6: Identify Point of View (example) Unit 5 Lesson 20: Whole Group 12

13 e) Explain the relationships between and among elements of literature: characters, plot, setting, tone, point of view, and theme. Analyze Dialogue and Plot Incidents Unit 5 Lesson 17: Whole Group Compare and Contrast Settings Unit 1 Lesson 6: Identify Point of View (example) Unit 5 Lesson 20: Whole Group Understand Characterization Unit 3 Lesson 3: Whole Group Make Connections in a Text; Between Characters and Events Unit 3 Lesson 14: Whole Group Analyze Dialogue and Plot Incidents Unit 5 Lesson 17: Whole Group f) Compare and contrast the use of rhyme, rhythm, sound, imagery, and other literary devices to convey a message and elicit the reader s emotion. g) Analyze the cultural or social function of a literary text. Introduce Genre: Poetry (examples) Unit 1 Lesson 25: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Unit 2 Lesson 22: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Unit 4 Lesson 2: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Students explore the cultural and social functions of a literary text in the following selections. We Beat the Street (narrative) Unit 2 Lessons 2 10, 12 21: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Thank you, M am (short story) Unit 2 Lesson 25: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Lost Boy, Lost Girl (narrative story) Unit 4 Lessons 3 11, 13 21: Read Aloud, Think Aloud 13

14 h) Explain the relationship between the author s style and literary effect. Make Connections in a Text; Between Characters and Events Unit 3 Lesson 14: Whole Group Introduce Genre: Short Story Unit 1 Lesson 3: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Analyze Theme (examples) Unit 1 Lesson 15: Whole Group; Unit 2 Lesson 22: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Making Connections in the Text Unit 3 Lesson 3 4: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Unit 3 Lesson 12: Read Aloud, Think Aloud i) Explain the influence of historical context on the form, style, and point of view of a written work. Students explore the cultural and social functions of a literary text in the following selections. We Beat the Street (narrative) Unit 2 Lessons 2 10, 12 21: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Thank you, M am (short story) Unit 2 Lesson 25: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Lost Boy, Lost Girl (narrative story) Unit 4 Lessons 3 11, 13 21: Read Aloud, Think Aloud j) Compare and contrast author s use of literary elements within a variety of genres. Compare and Contrast (examples) Unit 1 Lessons 4 6: Read Aloud, Think Aloud; Unit 3 Lessons 4 5: Read Aloud, Think Aloud; Compare and Contrast Settings Unit 1 Lesson 6: 14

15 k) Analyze how an author s specific word choices and syntax achieve special effects and support the author s purpose. Analyze Dialogue and Plot Incidents Unit 5 Lesson 17: Whole Group Figurative Language Unit 1 Lesson 14: Whole Group; Unit 2 Lesson 20: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Unit 3 Lesson 7: Whole Group; Understand Expressions and Sayings Unit 3 Lesson 10: Whole Group; Understand Similes and Metaphors Unit 4 Lesson 5: Whole Group; l) Make predictions, inferences, draw conclusions, and connect prior knowledge to support reading comprehension. Make Inferences (narrative examples) Unit 1 Lesson 13: Read Aloud, Think Aloud; Unit 3 Lesson 10: Read Aloud, Think Aloud; Draw Conclusions (narrative examples) Unit 3 Lesson 13: Whole Group Unit 3 Lessons 14 15: Read Aloud, Think Aloud; Connect Text to Experience (examples) Unit 1 Lesson 1: Whole Group Unit 1 Lessons 2 3: Read Aloud, Think Aloud; 15

16 m) Use reading strategies to monitor comprehension throughout the reading process. Every day during Read Aloud, Think Aloud, teachers model good reading practice and teach reading strategies and literary elements using a whole-class anchor text. The strategies are reinforced through the Whole Group and activities. Examples follow: Visualize Unit 1 Lesson 7: Read Aloud, Think Aloud; Unit 3 Lesson 20: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Compare and Contrast Unit 3 Lesson 5: Read Aloud, Think Aloud; Make Inferences Unit 1 Lesson 13: Read Aloud, Think Aloud; Unit 2 Lesson 17: Read Aloud, Think Aloud 9.5 The student will read and analyze a variety of nonfiction texts. a) Recognize an author s intended purpose Outlining for writing and identify the main idea. Unit 4 Lesson 17: Whole Group; Summarize (informative/nonfiction) Unit 4 Lesson 12: Whole Group; Unit 6 Lesson 1: Read Aloud, Think Aloud; Unit 6 Lesson 4: Whole Group Synthesize Ideas Unit 5 Lessons 22 24: Read Aloud, Think Aloud; b) Summarize text relating supporting details. Summarize (informative/nonfiction) Unit 4 Lesson 12: Whole Group; Unit 6 Lesson 1: Read Aloud, Think Aloud; Unit 6 Lesson 4: Whole Group 16

17 c) Understand the purpose of text structures and use those features to locate information and gain meaning from texts. d) Identify characteristics of expository, technical, and persuasive texts. Determine Text Structure Unit 1 Lesson 24: Whole Group; Point Out Text Structure Unit 6 Lesson 3: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Introduce Genre: Informational Report/Article Unit 3 Lessons 23 24: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Introduce Genre: Informational Text Unit 4 Lesson 23: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Introduce Genre: Informational Text/ Report, Editorial, Speech Unit 5 Lesson 24: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Introduce Genre: Informational Text/Speech Unit 6 Lesson 1: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Introduce Genre: Informational Text/Photo Essay Unit 6 Lesson 2: Read Aloud, Think Aloud e) Identify a position/argument to be confirmed, disproved, or modified. Introduce: Identify Reasons and Evidence Unit 2 Lesson 7: Whole Group Analyze an Argument Unit 2 Lesson 24: Whole Group Debate an Issue Unit 2 Lesson 24: Identify Logical and Emotional Appeals Unit 3 Lesson 11: f) Evaluate clarity and accuracy of information. Conducting Research Unit 1 Lesson 17: Whole Group; 17

18 g) Analyze and synthesize information in order to solve problems, answer questions, or complete a task. Synthesize Ideas Unit 5 Lessons 22 24: Read Aloud, Think Aloud; Ask Questions to Monitor Comprehension Unit 2 Lesson 24: Read Aloud, Think Aloud; Unit 4 Lesson 22: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Make Generalizations and Draw Conclusions Unit 5 Lesson 13: Read Aloud, Think Aloud; h) Draw conclusions and make inferences on explicit and implied information using textual support as evidence. Draw Conclusions Unit 5 Lesson 13: Read Aloud, Think Aloud; Make Inferences (skill instruction) Unit 1 Lessons 13 14: Read Aloud, Think Aloud; i) Differentiate between fact and opinion. Conducting Research Unit 1 Lesson 17: Whole Group; j) Organize and synthesize information from sources for use in written and oral presentations. Outlining Unit 4 Lesson 17: Whole Group; Conducting Research Unit 1 Lesson 17: Whole Group; Research and Plan an Explanatory Paragraph Unit 1 Lesson 11: Synthesize Ideas Unit 5 Lessons 22 24: Read Aloud, Think Aloud; 18

19 k) Use the reading strategies to monitor comprehension throughout the reading process. Every day during Read Aloud, Think Aloud, teachers model good reading practice and teach reading strategies and literary elements using a whole-class anchor text. The strategies are reinforced through the Whole Group and activities. Examples follow: Paraphrase to Clarify Understanding Unit 1 Lesson 23: Read Aloud, Think Aloud; Ask Questions to Monitor Comprehension Unit 2 Lesson 24: Read Aloud, Think Aloud; Cause-and-Effect Relationships Unit 4 Lesson 1: Read Aloud, Think Aloud Unit 2 Lessons 12, 14 15: Read Aloud, Think Aloud; Make Generalizations and Draw Conclusions Unit 5 Lesson 13: Read Aloud, Think Aloud; 19

20 Writing 9.6 The student will develop narrative, expository, and persuasive writings for a variety of audiences and purposes. a) Generate, gather, and organize ideas for writing. Planning/Prewriting (examples) Unit 2 Lesson 7: Unit 3 Lesson 3: Unit 4 Lesson 4: Assignments Unit 1 Lesson 8: Prewrite for an Informative Paragraph Unit 2 Lesson 18: Write a Narrative Essay (Prewriting) Unit 3 Lesson 3: Prewrite Narrative Writing Unit 4 Lesson 8: Prewrite Informative Writing Unit 6 Lesson 20: Write an Argumentative Essay (Prewriting) b) Plan and organize writing to address a specific audience and purpose. Planning/Prewriting (examples) Unit 2 Lesson 7: Unit 4 Lesson 4: Unit 4 Lesson 13: Whole Group; Assignments Unit 1 Lesson 8: Prewrite for an Informative Paragraph Unit 2 Lesson 18: Write a Narrative Essay (Prewriting) Unit 6 Lesson 20: Write an Argumentative Essay (Prewriting) c) Communicate clearly the purpose of the writing using a thesis statement where appropriate. Teacher s Resources ilit Writing Handbook Know Your Audience, 16 Write an Informative Paragraph Unit 6 Lesson 4: Write an Explanatory Essay Unit 4 Lessons 18 19: Assignments Unit 1 Lesson 11 Research and Plan an Explanatory Paragraph Unit 2 Lesson 18: Write a Narrative Essay (Drafting: Introduction - thesis) 20

21 d) Write clear, varied sentences using specific vocabulary and information. Writer's Craft: Vary Sentence Structure Unit 1 Lesson 12: Whole Group Unit 4 Lesson 18: Whole Group Assignments Grammar Study Plan Unit 4 Lessons 1 5 Part 2: Skill 17: Combining Sentences Unit 4 Lessons 1 5 Part 3: Skill 18: Compound and Complex Sentences e) Elaborate ideas clearly through word choice and vivid description. Use Descriptive Details Unit 5 Lesson 8: Whole Group Assignments Unit 2 Lesson 18: Write a Narrative Essay (Prewriting) f) Arrange paragraphs into a logical progression. Write a Paragraph - Organization Unit 1 Lesson 2: Whole Group Write an Explanatory Essay Unit 4 Lessons 18 19: g) Use transitions between paragraphs and ideas. Write an Explanatory Essay - Transitions Unit 4 Lessons 18 19: Assignments Unit 4 Lesson 18: Write an Explanatory Paragraph (Revising) h) Revise writing for clarity of content, accuracy and depth of information. Revise (examples) Unit 2 Lesson 20: Unit 2 Lesson 21: Unit 4 Lesson 21: Assignments Unit 2 Lesson 18: Write a Narrative Essay (Revising) Unit 4 Lesson 18: Write an Explanatory Essay (Revising) Unit 6 Lesson 20: Write an Argumentative Essay (Revising) 21

22 i) Use computer technology to plan, draft, revise, edit, and publish writing. Writing assignments are integrated into the digital structure of the program. Teachers and students will find writing instruction in the Whole Group and lessons. The Assignments section provides students a place to plan, draft, and submit their writing electronically. Revise (examples) Unit 2 Lesson 20: Unit 2 Lesson 21: Unit 4 Lesson 21: Develop a Multimedia Presentation Unit 1 Lesson 19: Whole Group; Make a Presentation Unit 1 Lesson 22: Whole Group Present Multimedia Presentation Unit 1 Lesson 24: Unit 3 Lessons 23 24: Unit 5 Lesson 23: Assignments (examples) Unit 2 Lessons 4, 18: Write a Narrative Essay Unit 4 Lessons 5, 14, 18: Write an Explanatory Essay 9.7 The student will self- and peer-edit writing for correct grammar, capitalization, punctuation, spelling, sentence structure, and paragraphing. a) Use and apply rules for the parts of a Assignments: Grammar Study Plan sentence, including subject/verb, Unit 3 Lessons 1 5 Part 4: Skill 14: direct/indirect object, and predicate Subject-Verb Agreement nominative/predicate adjective, and Unit 4 Lessons 1 5 Part 4: Skill 19: coordinating conjunctions. Conjunctions in Compound Sentences Unit 4 Lessons 1 5 Part 5: Skill 20: Conjunctions in Complex Sentences Professional Learning Community Teacher Resources: Language Conventions Practice: all lessons b) Use parallel structures across sentences and paragraphs. Assignments: Grammar Study Plan Unit 5 Lessons 1 5 Part 2: Skill 22: Parallelism 22

23 c) Use appositives, main clauses, and subordinate clauses. Assignments: Grammar Study Plan Unit 4 Lessons 1 5 Part 1: Skill 16: Clauses Professional Learning Community Teacher Resources: Language Conventions Practice: Verbals, 65 66; Independent and Dependent Clauses, d) Use commas and semicolons to distinguish and divide main and subordinate clauses. Assignments: Grammar Study Plan Unit 5 Lessons 1 5 Part 3: Skill 23: Commas in Sentences Unit 5 Lessons 1 5 Part 5: Skill 25: Semicolons and Colons Professional Learning Community Teacher Resources: Language Conventions Practice: Clauses, ; Commas, 124 e) Distinguish between active and passive voice. Assignments: Grammar Study Plan Unit 2 Lessons 1 5 Part 5: Skill 10: Passive Verbs Professional Learning Community Teacher Resources: Language Conventions Practice: Active and Passive Voice, f) Proofread and edit writing for intended audience and purpose. Edit Writing Unit 2 Lesson 22: Unit 4 Lesson 22: Unit 5 Lesson 22: Whole Group; Assignments Unit 2 Lesson 18: Write a Narrative Essay (Editing) Unit 4 Lesson 18: Write an Explanatory Essay (Editing) Unit 6 Lesson 20: Write an Argumentative Essay (Editing) 23

24 Research 9.8 The student will use print, electronic databases, online resources, and other media to access information to create a research product. a) Use technology as a tool for research to organize, evaluate, and communicate information. Each of the Multimedia Projects that students complete in ilit involve extensive research activities and instruction. In addition, a Research Paper assignment with extensive associated instruction and practice is provided in the Teacher s Resources. Research and Plan an Explanatory Paragraph Unit 1 Lesson 11: Conducting Research Unit 1 Lesson 17: Whole Group; Plan An Interview Unit 5 Lessons 18 19: Whole Group; Work Time Develop a Multimedia Presentation Unit 1 Lesson 19: Whole Group; Unit 1 Lesson 21: Unit 3 Lessons 23 24: Unit 5 Lesson 23: Informative Writing (examples) Unit 1 Lesson 9: Unit 2 Lesson 14: Unit 3 Lesson 9: b) Narrow the focus of a search. Research and Plan an Explanatory Paragraph Unit 1 Lesson 11: Conducting Research Unit 1 Lesson 17: Whole Group; Take Notes Unit 5 Lesson 13: Whole Group 24

25 c) Find, evaluate, and select appropriate sources to access information and answer questions. Conducting Research Unit 1 Lesson 17: Whole Group; Research and Plan an Explanatory Paragraph Unit 1 Lesson 11: Develop a Multimedia Presentation Unit 1 Lesson 19: Whole Group; Unit 1 Lesson 21: Unit 3 Lessons 23 24: Unit 5 Lesson 23: d) Verify the validity and accuracy of all information. e) Make sense of information gathered from diverse sources by identifying misconceptions, main and supporting ideas, conflicting information, point of view or bias. Conducting Research Unit 1 Lesson 17: Whole Group; Conducting Research Unit 1 Lesson 17: Whole Group; Research and Plan an Explanatory Paragraph Unit 1 Lesson 11: Synthesize Ideas Unit 5 Lessons 22 24: Read Aloud, Think Aloud; f) Credit the sources of quoted, paraphrased, and summarized ideas. Students are encouraged to cite all evidence in their presentations. Conducting Research Unit 1 Lesson 17: Whole Group; Develop Multimedia Presentation (examples) Unit 3 Lessons 23 24: Unit 5 Lesson 23: 25

26 g) Cite sources of information using a standard method of documentation such as that of the Modern Language Association (MLA) or the American Psychological Association (APA). Students are encouraged to cite all evidence in their presentations. Conducting Research Unit 1 Lesson 17: Whole Group; Develop Multimedia Presentation (examples) Unit 3 Lessons 23 24: Unit 5 Lesson 23: h) Define the meaning and consequences of plagiarism and follow ethical and legal guidelines for gathering and using information. Students are encouraged to cite all evidence in their presentations. Conducting Research Unit 1 Lesson 17: Whole Group; Develop a Multimedia Presentation Unit 1 Lesson 19: Whole Group; Unit 1 Lesson 21: Unit 3 Lessons 23 24: Unit 5 Lesson 23: 26

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