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    Common Core State Standards

    English Language Arts Level 6

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    College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Reading 1Reading Standards for Literature 612 5Reading Standards for Informational Text 612 10College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Writing 14Writing Standards 612 18College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Speaking and Listening 25Speaking and Listening Standards 612 28College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Language 32Language Standards 612 34

  • ELA Level 6 English III

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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 1-2: What Is the American Dream? Unit 1, Activity 1-5: Historic Pathways to the American Dream Unit 1, Activity 1-11: Listen While You Work Unit 1, Activity 1-12: Working Toward the Dream Unit 1, Activity 1-13: With Liberty and Access to All? Unit 1, EA 1-1: Presenting Findings from a Survey Unit 1, Activity 1-16: Defining the Dream Unit 2, Activity 2-2: Introducing the Media Unit 2, Activity 2-3: Consumers Report Unit 2, Activity 2-4: Debating the Newspaper: Part I Unit 2, Activity 2-5: Debating the Newspaper: Part II Unit 2, Activity 2-6: News or Views: A Closer Look Unit 2, Activity 2-7: Fair and Balanced: Part I Unit 2, Activity 2-8: Fair and Balanced: Part II Unit 2, Activity 2-9: How to Read an Editorial Unit 2, Activity 2-10: How to Write an Editorial Unit 2, Activity 2-11: Wheres Your Proof? Unit 2, Activity 2-12: Reading and Writing a Letter to the Editor Unit 2, Activity 2-13: Fallacies 101 Unit 2, Activity 2-14: How to Read and Write an Editorial Cartoon

    Unit 2, EA 2-1: Creating an Op-Ed Page Unit 2, Activity 2-15: Introduction to Satire Unit 2, Activity 2-19: Writing a Parody Unit 3, Activity 3-6: Using Rhetorical Devices Unit 3, Activity 3-17: Character Metaphors Unit 3, Activity 3-18: Proof and Confessions Unit 4, Activity 4-11: The End of a Long Journey Unit 4, Activity 4-8: Janies New Life Unit 4, EA 4-1: Writing an Analytical Essay Unit 5, Activity 5-6: Meeting Christopher McCandless Unit 5, Activity 5-11: The Pursuit of Happiness Unit 5, Activity 5-12: At What Cost? Unit 5, Activity 5-14: Turning Life into Story Unit 5, Activity 5-19: Exploring, Recording, and Imagining Research Writing Workshop 2: Short Story Writing Workshop 6: Expository Writing Writing Workshop 10: Research Writing Workshop 10: Research Writing Workshop 10: Research

    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 1-5: Historic Pathways to the American Dream Unit 1, Activity 1-8: Getting to Know the American Dream Unit 1, Activity 1-14: Creating a Survey About the American Dream Unit 2, Activity 2-1: Previewing the Unit Unit 2, Activity 2-2: Introducing the Media Unit 2, Activity 2-3: Consumers Report Unit 2, Activity 2-4: Debating the Newspaper: Part I Unit 2, Activity 2-8: Fair and Balanced: Part II Unit 2, Activity 2-12: Reading and Writing a Letter to the Editor Unit 2, Activity 2-18: Satire and Society Unit 3, Activity 3-1: Previewing the Unit Unit 3, Activity 3-5: Reviewing Rhetoric Unit 3, Activity 3-9: Preparing to Read The Crucible Unit 3, Activity 3-11: Beginnings Unit 3, Activity 3-19: Fearful Consequences Unit 3, Activity 3-20: Speaking Out Unit 4, Activity 4-15: Creating a Rsum

    Unit 5, Activity 5-1: Previewing the Unit Unit 5, Activity 5-4: Just the Facts Unit 5, Activity 5-16: Reflecting on Life Experiences Unit 5, Activity 5-17: Making Your Choice Unit 5, Activity 5-23: Introducing and Concluding the Multi-Genre Research Project Writing Workshop 8: Persuasive Writing Unit 1, Activity 1-11: Listen While You Work Unit 2, Activity 2-19: Writing a Parody Unit 3, Activity 3-19: Fearful Consequences Unit 3, Activity 3-21: A Matter of Integrity Unit 3, Activity 3-22: Final Verdicts Unit 3, Activity 3-23: Timed Writing Unit 4, Activity 4-11: The End of a Long Journey Unit 4, Activity 4-2: Who Was Zora Neale Hurston? Unit 4, Activity 4-4: Hurstons Colorful Language Unit 4, Activity 4-6: Nannys Life Unit 4, Activity 4-9: The Two Sides of Janie Unit 4, Activity 4-10: Discussion Groups Unit 4, Activity 4-11: The End of a Long Journey

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    Unit 4, Activity 4-12: Oprah Winfrey Presents Unit 5, Activity 5-2: Searching for Meaning Unit 5, Activity 5-3: My Credo

    Unit 5, Activity 5-7: Literary Connections Unit 5, Activity 5-14: Turning Life into Story Unit 5, Activity 5-22: Thematic Threads to Create Flow

    3. Analyze how and why individuals, events, and ideas develop and interact over the course of a text. Unit 1, Activity 1-4: Coming to America Unit 1, Activity 1-5: Historic Pathways to the American Dream Unit 1, Activity 1-6: America, the Beautiful Unit 1, Activity 1-7: Americas Voices: Call and Response Unit 1, Activity 1-8: Getting to Know the American Dream Unit 1, Activity 1-9: Sentence Structure: Lets Mix It Up! Unit 1, Activity 1-10: Money and the American Dream Unit 1, Activity 1-11: Listen While You Work Unit 1, Activity 1-12: Working Toward the Dream Unit 1, Activity 1-13: With Liberty and Access to All? Unit 1, Activity 1-15: The Road to Success Unit 2, Activity 2-2: Introducing the Media Unit 2, Activity 2-4: Debating the Newspaper: Part I Unit 2, Activity 2-5: Debating the Newspaper: Part II Unit 2, Activity 2-6: News or Views: A Closer Look Unit 2, Activity 2-7: Fair and Balanced: Part I Unit 2, Activity 2-8: Fair and Balanced: Part II Unit 2, Activity 2-10: How to Write an Editorial Unit 2, Activity 2-11: Wheres Your Proof? Unit 2, Activity 2-12: Reading and Writing a Letter to the Editor Unit 2, Activity 2-14: How to Read and Write an Editorial Cartoon Unit 2, Activity 2-15: Introduction to Satire Unit 2, Activity 2-18: Satire and Society Unit 2, Activity 2-19: Writing a Parody Unit 2, Activity 2-20: Need Some Advice? Unit 2, Activity 2-21: Twain in Twain

    Unit 2, Activity 2-22: Peeling the Skin Unit 3, Activity 3-4: A Presidential Beginning Unit 3, Activity 3-6: Using Rhetorical Devices Unit 3, Activity 3-8: Its All in the Delivery Unit 3, Activity 3-9: Preparing to Read The Crucible Unit 3, Activity 3-10: A Salem Tea Party Unit 3, Activity 3-13: Defining Hysteria Unit 3, Activity 3-18: Proof and Confessions Unit 3, Activity 3-19: Fearful Consequences Unit 4, Activity 4-2: Who Was Zora Neale Hurston? Unit 4, Activity 4-4: Hurstons Colorful Language Unit 4, Activity 4-5: Janies Return Home Unit 4, Activity 4-7: Nanny, Janie, and Logan Unit 4, Activity 4-8: Janies New Life Unit 4, Activity 4-9: The Two Sides of Janie Unit 4, Activity 4-11: The End of a Long Journey Unit 4, Activity 4-14: Career Search Unit 5, Activity 5-3: My Credo Unit 5, Activity 5-5: Looking at Structure Unit 5, Activity 5-6: Meeting Christopher McCandless Unit 5, Activity 5-7: Literary Connections Unit 5, Activity 5-8: Shedding Light Unit 5, Activity 5-10: A Personal Perspective Unit 5, Activity 5-12: At What Cost? Unit 5, Activity 5-13: Searching for the Author Unit 5, Activity 5-14: Turning Life into Story Unit 5, Activity 5-15: A Snowball of Happiness

    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 1, Activity 1-9: Sentence Structure: Lets Mix It Up! Unit 4, Activity 4-6: Nannys Life Unit 4, Activity 4-9: The Two Sides of Janie Unit 4, Activity 4-11: The End of a Long Journey Unit 1, Activity 1-6: America, the Beautiful Unit 1, Activity 1-7: Americas Voices: Call and Response Unit 1, Activity 1-10: Money and the American Dream Unit 1, Activity 1-12: Working Toward the Dream Unit 1, Activity 1-15: The Road to Success Unit 2, Activity 2-2: Introducing the Media Unit 2, Activity 2-8: Fair and Balanced: Part II Unit 2, Activity 2-9: How to Read an Editorial Unit 2, Activity 2-10: How to Write an Editorial Unit 2, Activity 2-11: Wheres Your Proof?

    Unit 2, Activity 2-12: Reading and Writing a Letter to the Editor Unit 2, Activity 2-14: How to Read and Write an Editorial Cartoon Unit 2, Activity 2-15: Introduction to Satire Unit 2, Activity 2-16: The Satirical Spectrum Unit 2, Activity 2-17: The Satirical Critique Unit 2, Activity 2-18: Satire and Society Unit 2, Activity 2-19: Writing a Parody Unit 2, Activity 2-20: Need Some Advice? Unit 2, Activity 2-21: Twain in Twain Unit 2, Activity 2-22: Peeling the Skin Unit 3, Activity 3-4: A Presidential Beginning Unit 3, Activity 3-6: Using Rhetorical Devices

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    Unit 3, Activity 3-7: Give Me Liberty! Unit 3, Activity 3-9: Preparing to Read The Crucible Unit 3, Activity 3-23: Timed Writing Unit 4, Activity 4-2: Who Was Zora Neale Hurston? Unit 4, Activity 4-4: Hurstons Colorful Language Unit 4, Activity 4-7: Nanny, Janie, and Logan Unit 4, Activity 4-9: The Two Sides of Janie Unit 4, Activity 4-10: Discussion Groups

    Unit 5, Activity 5-3: My Credo Unit 5, Activity 5-6: Meeting Christopher McCandless Unit 5, Activity 5-13: Searching for the Author Unit 5, Activity 5-14: Turning Life into Story Unit 5, Activity 5-15: A Snowball of Happiness Unit 5, Activity 5-16: Reflecting on Life Experiences Writing Workshop 1: The Writing Process

    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 1-4: Coming to America Unit 1, Activity 1-5: Historic Pathways to the Amer

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