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Common Core: ELA
CCLS - ELA: W.4.10
- Range of Writing
- State Standard:
- Write routinely over extended time frames (time for research, reflection, and revision) and shorter time frames (a single sitting or a day or two) for a range of discipline-specific tasks, purposes, and audiences.
- End of Unit Assessment: On-Demand Paragraph Writing
- Unit 3 expands on the conversation around symbolism and culture begun in Unit 1 to incorporate global perspectives. Students listen to, view, and close read informational texts regarding the...
- Listening to and Rereading a Speech by Susan B. Anthony to Infer about Her as a Leader of Change
- This lesson assumes that students have some basic knowledge of the differences between fiction and nonfiction texts through additional literacy instruction that occurs alongside the module; this may...
- Preparing to Write Historical Fiction: Determining Characteristics of the Genre This lesson begins with an activity in which students deduce how to title the Elements of Fiction chart. Therefore,...
- In this module, students engage in reading, writing, listening, and speaking to build knowledge of simple machines and how they impact force, effort, and work.
- SYNTHESIZING INFORMATION: WRITING AN APPRENTICE WANTED AD Students will need all their notes on their selected trade (the Colonial Trade Research note- catchers from Lessons 8 and 12 and their...
- SUMMARIZING AND SYNTHESIZING: PLANNING FOR WRITING AN APPRENTICE WANTED AD This lesson is the first of two lessons that build up to students’ Apprentice Wanted ads. Be sure that students understand...
- WORD CHOICE: USING ACADEMIC VOCABULARY TO APPLY FOR A COLONIAL TRADE JOB In this lesson, students apply for a job for a trade they are interested in studying for the rest of the unit. Build up the...
- SHARED READING: LEARNING ABOUT COLONIAL TRADES In this lesson, each student reads about at least two colonial trades to build their knowledge about Colonial America. This lesson is designed to...
- READING CLOSELY TO EXPAND UNDERSTANDING OF ADAPTATIONS This lesson serves as the bridge between Lesson 2, when students learned about various trades, and Lesson 4, when students apply for a job doing...
- TAKING NOTES USING A GRAPHIC ORGANIZER: INFERRING ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGION IN COLONIAL AMERICA For the partner reading of an unfamiliar and complex piece of informational text, pair stronger...
- Researching to Build Knowledge and Teaching Others: Interdependent Roles in Colonial Times Students learn about what life was like in Colonial America. They go on to study the many roles people...