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  • Unit Activity Correlations to

    Common Core State Standards

    North Carolina Textbook AdoptionEnglish Language Arts Level 1

    Grade 6

    Table of Contents

    College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Reading 1Reading Standards for Literature 612 4Reading Standards for Informational Text 612 7College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Writing 11Writing Standards 612 15College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Speaking and Listening 22Speaking and Listening Standards 612 25College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Language 29Language Standards 612 32

  • ELA Level 1 Grade 6

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    College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Reading Key Ideas and Details 1. Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from the text. Unit 1, Activity 1-16: Changes in Three Arrows Unit 1, Activity 1-17: Reading The Jacket Unit 2, Activity 2-15: Weather Changes Unit 2, Activity 2-16: Weather Explanations Unit 3, Activity 3-4: Character Analysis in Bad Boy 202 Unit 3, Activity 3-5: Finding and Using Textual Evidence Unit 3, Activity 3-9: Beginning the Journey Unit 3, Activity 3-14: Tracing Stanleys Character Unit 3, Activity 3-21 From Miss Katherine to Kissin Kate

    Unit 3, EA 3-1: Writing Letters in the Voices of Characters Unit 3, EA 3-2: Writing a Character Analysis Essay Unit 3, Activity 3-26: Portfolio Activity: Using Concrete Details Unit 5, Activity 5-5: Technology Changes Unit 5, Activity 5-6: Forced Changes Unit 5, Activity 5-13: Guided Reading of Rip Van Winkle Writing Workshop 6: Expository Writing Writing Workshop 8: Persuasive Writing

    2. Determine central ideas or themes of a text and analyze their development; summarize the key supporting details and ideas. Unit 1, Activity 1-1: Previewing the Unit Unit 1, Activity 1-4: Building Oral Fluency Unit 1, Activity 1-15: Using Context Clues Unit 1, Activity 1-17: Reading The Jacket Unit 2, Activity 2-1: Previewing the Unit Unit 2, Activity 2-2: A Toys World Unit 2, Activity 2-5: Changes in Simbas World Unit 2, Activity 2-6: Play Ball: Part One Unit 2, Activity 2-8: Picturing Green Gables Unit 2, Activity 2-14: Thats a Great Question Unit 2, Activity 2-16: Weather Explanations Unit 2, Activity 2-17: Meet the Watsons Unit 3, Activity 3-1: Previewing the Unit Unit 3, Activity 3-9: Beginning the Journey Unit 3, Activity 3-10: You Are Entering Camp Green Lake

    Unit 3, Activity 3-11: Visualizing the Subplot Unit 3, Activity 3-14: Tracing Stanleys Character Unit 3, Activity 3-19: Stanley and Zero Unit 3, Activity 3-22 Visualizing Vocabulary Unit 3, Activity 3-23 The Lifeline Unit 3, Activity 3-24 Hector Zeroni Unit 3, EA 3-2: Writing a Character Analysis Essay Unit 4, Activity 4-1: Previewing the Unit Unit 5, Activity 5-1: Previewing the Unit Unit 5, Activity 5-4: Creating a Works Cited Page Unit 5, Activity 5-6: Forced Changes Unit 5, Activity 5-13: Guided Reading of Rip Van Winkle Writing Workshop 7: Procedural Texts: Informal Letters Writing Workshop 10: Research

    3. Analyze how and why individuals, events, and ideas develop and interact over the course of a text. Unit 1, Activity 1-1: Previewing the Unit Unit 1, Activity 1-9: Getting Superpowers Unit 1, Activity 1-17: Reading The Jacket Unit 2, Activity 2-4: A Day of Change Unit 2, Activity 2-6: Play Ball: Part One Unit 2, Activity 2-7: Play Ball: Part Two Unit 2, Activity 2-8: Picturing Green Gables Unit 2, Activity 2-10: Character Changes Unit 2, Activity 2-13: The Parts of a News Story Unit 2, Activity 2-18: Average High Temperature: 29 Degrees Unit 3, Activity 3-4: Character Analysis in Bad Boy 202 Unit 3, Activity 3-9: Beginning the Journey Unit 3, Activity 3-13: The New Kid

    Unit 3, Activity 3-16: Filling in Stanleys Character Unit 3, Activity 3-17: Noticing Zero Unit 3, Activity 3-18: The Boys of D Tent Unit 3, Activity 3-21 From Miss Katherine to Kissin Kate Unit 3, EA 3-1: Writing Letters in the Voices of Characters Unit 3, Activity 3-24 Hector Zeroni Unit 3, Activity 3-25 Evolution of the Caveman Unit 3, EA 3-2: Writing a Character Analysis Essay Writing Workshop 1: The Writing Process Writing Workshop 3: Poetry Writing Workshop 5: Script Writing Writing Workshop 6: Expository Writing

  • ELA Level 1 Grade 6

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    Craft and Structure 4. Interpret words and phrases as they are used in a text, including determining technical, connotative, and figurative meanings, and analyze how specific word choices shape meaning or tone. Unit 2, Activity 2-4: A Day of Change Unit 2, Unit Reflection Unit 4, Activity 4-8: Applying Revision Strategies: Adding Writing Workshop 3: Poetry Unit 1, Activity 1-17: Reading The Jacket Unit 2, Activity 2-13: The Parts of a News Story Unit 2, Activity 2-14: Thats a Great Question Unit 2, Activity 2-18: Average High Temperature: 29 Degrees Unit 3, Activity 3-12: Vocabulary in Context: Stanleys Attitude Unit 3, Activity 3-15: Writing a Letter Home Unit 3, EA 3-1: Writing Letters in the Voices of Characters

    Unit 5, Activity 5-5: Technology Changes Unit 5, Learning Focus: What Is Performance? Unit 5, Activity 5-6: Forced Changes Unit 5, Activity 5-7: Tone Changes Unit 5, Activity 5-8: Readers Theatre Unit 5, Activity 5-9: Learning Lears Limericks Unit 5, Activity 5-13: Guided Reading of Rip Van Winkle Unit 5, EA 5-2: Transforming and Performing a Scene from a Play Writing Workshop 3: Poetry Writing Workshop 5: Script Writing

    5. Analyze the structure of texts, including how specific sentences, paragraphs, and larger portions of the text (e.g., a section, chapter, scene, or stanza) relate to each other and the whole. Unit 1, Activity 1-1: Previewing the Unit Unit 1, Activity 1-9: Getting Superpowers Unit 1, Activity 1-17: Reading The Jacket Unit 2, Activity 2-4: A Day of Change Unit 2, Activity 2-6: Play Ball: Part One Unit 2, Activity 2-7: Play Ball: Part Two Unit 2, Activity 2-8: Picturing Green Gables Unit 2, Activity 2-10: Character Changes Unit 2, Activity 2-13: The Parts of a News Story Unit 2, Activity 2-18: Average High Temperature: 29 Degrees Unit 3, Activity 3-4: Character Analysis in Bad Boy 202 Unit 3, Activity 3-9: Beginning the Journey Unit 3, Activity 3-13: The New Kid

    Unit 3, Activity 3-16: Filling in Stanleys Character Unit 3, Activity 3-17: Noticing Zero Unit 3, Activity 3-18: The Boys of D Tent Unit 3, Activity 3-21 From Miss Katherine to Kissin Kate Unit 3, EA 3-1: Writing Letters in the Voices of Characters Unit 3, Activity 3-24 Hector Zeroni Unit 3, Activity 3-25 Evolution of the Caveman Unit 3, EA 3-2: Writing a Character Analysis Essay Writing Workshop 1: The Writing Process Writing Workshop 3: Poetry Writing Workshop 5: Script Writing Writing Workshop 6: Expository Writing

    6. Assess how point of view or purpose shapes the content and style of a text. Unit 1, Activity 1-6: A Lions Narrative Unit 1, Activity 1-8: Family Stories Unit 1, Activity 1-9: Getting Superpowers Unit 1, Activity 1-11: What Makes a Good Narrative? Unit 1, Activity 1-14: Changing Narrative Writing to Expository Writing Unit 1, Activity 1-16: Changes in Three Arrows Unit 2, Activity 2-2: A Toys World Unit 2, Activity 2-9: He Said, She Said Unit 2, EA 2-1: Creating a Short Story Unit 2, Activity 2-17: Meet the Watsons

    Unit 3, Activity 3-3: Character Presented in a Film Clip Unit 3, Activity 3-4: Character Analysis in Bad Boy 202 Unit 3, Activity 3-10: You Are Entering Camp Green Lake Unit 3, Activity 3-15: Writing a Letter Home Unit 3, EA 3-1: Writing Letters in the Voices of Characters Writing Workshop 1: The Writing Process Writing Workshop 3: Poetry Unit 2, Activity 2-16: Weather Explanations Unit 4, Activity 4-6: Applying Reading Strategies Unit 5, EA 5-2: Transforming and Performing a Scene from a Play

  • ELA Level 1 Grade 6

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    Integration of Knowledge and Ideas 7. Integrate and evaluate content presented in diverse formats and media, including visually and quantitatively, as well as in words. Unit 1, Activity 1-5: Whos Who Unit 1, Activity 1-6: A Lions Narrative Unit 1, Activity 1-7: Memory Map Unit 1, Activity 1-8: Family Stories Unit 1, Activity 1-9: Getting Superpowers Unit 1, Activity 1-10: Reflecting on Narrative Openings Unit 1, Activity 1-11: What Makes a Good Narrative? Unit 1, Activity 1-14: Changing Narrative Writing to Expository Writing Unit 1, Activity 1-15: Using Context Clues Unit 1, Activity 1-16: Changes in Three Arrows Unit 1, Activity 1-17: Reading The Jacket Unit 1, Activity 1-18: The Mermaid Speaks Unit 2, Activity 2-2: A Toys World Unit 2, Activity 2-3: Changes in My World Unit 2, Activity 2-4: A Day of Change Unit 2, Activity 2-5: Changes in Simbas World Unit 2, Activity 2-6: Play Ball: Part One Unit 2, Activity 2-7: Play Ball: Part Two Unit 2, Activity 2-8: Picturing Green Gables Unit 2, Activity 2-9: He Said, She Said Unit 2, Activity 2-10: Character Changes Unit 2, Activity 2-12: Understanding TV News Unit 2, Activity 2-13: The Parts of a News Story Unit 2, Activity 2-14: Thats a Great Question Unit 2, Activity 2-15: Weather Changes Unit 2, Activity 2-16: Weather Explanations Unit 2, Activity 2-17: Meet the Watsons Unit 3, Activity 3-3: Character Presented in a Film Clip Unit 3, Activity 3-4: Character Analysis in Bad Boy 202 Unit 3, Activity 3-5: Finding and Using Textual Evidence

    Unit 3, Activity 3-6: Walter Says Thank You Unit 3, Activity 3-7: Internal and External Reflections Unit 3, Activity 3-8: Personal-Setting Reflection Unit 3, Activity 3-9: Beginning the Journey Unit 3, Activity 3-10: You Are Entering Camp Green Lake Unit 3, Activity 3-11: Visualizing the Subplot Unit 3, Activity 3-12: Vocabulary in Context: Stanleys Attitude Unit 3, Activity 3-13: The New Kid Unit 3, Activity 3-14: Tracing Stanleys Character Uni