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READING. WRITING. Reading Literature Reading Informational Text Reading Foundational Skills (5 th grade only). RESEARCH PROJECT. MIDDLE SCHOOL ELA/LITERACY. Argumentative Informative/Explanatory Narrative Text-based with citations. Integrate knowledge

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Middle school ela literacy

READING

WRITING

  • Reading Literature

  • Reading Informational

  • Text

  • Reading Foundational

  • Skills (5th grade only)

RESEARCH PROJECT

MIDDLE SCHOOL ELA/LITERACY

  • Argumentative

  • Informative/Explanatory

  • Narrative

  • Text-based with citations

Integrate knowledge

from sources when

composing

EMBEDDED IN ALL

Speaking and Listening Language Vocabulary


READING

Strategies:

*Activate prior knowledge *Build background

*Establish purpose *Preview text structure

*Close Reading *Self-Monitoring

*Visualize *Make Connections

*Questioning *Reflect

*Apply *Summarize

*Analyze *Synthesize

Activities:

*Read Aloud *Whole-Group

*Small Group Reading *Partner Reading *Independent Reading *Readers’ Theater

*KWL *Anticipation Guide

*Literature Circles *Learning Stations

*Think Alouds *Skim & Scan

*Student-Posed Questions *Teacher-Posed Questions

*Re-reading *Cornell Notes

*Annotation/Sticky Notes *Jigsaw

*Think-Write-Pair-Share *Teacher Modeling


Strategies:

*Activate prior knowledge *Build background

*Establish purpose *Preview text structure

*Close Reading *Self-Monitoring

*Visualize *Make Connections

*Questioning *Reflect

*Apply *Summarize

*Analyze *Synthesize

Activities:

*Learning Logs *Experiments

*Create News Articles *Create Diary Entries

*RAFT *Exit Slips

*Self-Evaluations *Peer Evaluations

*Student-Posed Questions *Teacher-Posed Questions

*Anticipation Guide *Cornell Notes

*Annotation/Sticky Notes *Jigsaw

*Think-Write-Pair-Share *Double Entry Journal

*Diagrams/Maps/Graphs *Teacher Modeling

*TEXT-BASED with Citations *Short & Extended Pieces

WRITING


Strategies:

*Establish purpose *Self-Monitoring

*Make Connections *Questioning

*Reflect *Apply

*Summarize *Analyze

*Synthesize

Activities:

*Experiments *Source Reliability

*Self-Evaluations *Peer Evaluations

*Student-Posed Questions *Teacher-Posed Questions

*Cornell Notes *MLA/APA Format

*Annotation/Sticky Notes *Double Entry Journal

*Diagrams/Maps/Graphs *Print/Digital Sources

*Task-Purpose-Audience *Citing from Text

RESEARCH PROJECT


The following critical components are inseparable from Reading, Writing, and Research.

SPEAKING & LISTENING:

*Students must have ample opportunities to take part in rich, structured conversations (whole class, small group, partner).

*Students must present information and findings using digital media and visual displays adjusting to a variety of contexts and communicative tasks.

LANGUAGE:

*Students must have a firm control over conventions of standard English.

*Students must understand how language functions in different contexts to make effective choices when reading or listening.

VOCABULARY:

*Students must have extensive vocabularies for reading, writing, speaking, and listening to be college and career ready.

EMBEDDED IN ALL


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