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    • MIDDLE SCHOOL ELA/LITERACYREADING WRITINGReading Literature ArgumentativeReading Informational Informative/Explanator Text yReading Foundational Narrative Skills (5th grade only) Text-based with citations RESEARCH PROJECT Integrate knowledge from sources when composing EMBEDDED IN ALL Speaking and Listening Language Vocabulary
    • READINGStrategies:*Activate prior knowledge *Build background*Establish purpose *Preview text structure*Close Reading *Self-Monitoring*Visualize *Make Connections*Questioning *Reflect*Apply *Summarize*Analyze *SynthesizeActivities:*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
    • WRITINGStrategies:*Activate prior knowledge *Build background*Establish purpose *Preview text structure*Close Reading *Self-Monitoring*Visualize *Make Connections*Questioning *Reflect*Apply *Summarize*Analyze *SynthesizeActivities:*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
    • RESEARCH PROJECTStrategies:*Establish purpose *Self-Monitoring*Make Connections *Questioning*Reflect *Apply*Summarize *Analyze*SynthesizeActivities:*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
    • EMBEDDED IN ALLThe following critical components are inseparable fromReading, 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 digitalmedia and visual displays adjusting to a variety of contextsand communicative tasks.LANGUAGE:*Students must have a firm control over conventions ofstandard English.*Students must understand how language functions indifferent contexts to make effective choices when reading orlistening.VOCABULARY:*Students must have extensive vocabularies for reading,writing, speaking, and listening to be college and career ready.
    • EMBEDDED IN ALLThe following critical components are inseparable fromReading, 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 digitalmedia and visual displays adjusting to a variety of contextsand communicative tasks.LANGUAGE:*Students must have a firm control over conventions ofstandard English.*Students must understand how language functions indifferent contexts to make effective choices when reading orlistening.VOCABULARY:*Students must have extensive vocabularies for reading,writing, speaking, and listening to be college and career ready.