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Genre211 240+-4

  1. 1. Target Growth Map (Current RIT + Typical Growth = Target Growth) Literary,Informational 211-220 221-230 231-240 240+ Genres & Elements DifferentiateDefines Classifies Characteristics ¥ genre ¥ text as narrative ofFiction/Nonfiction (fiction/information al) Classifies ¥ stories as fiction(fiction) Identifies ¥ characteristics of fables (fiction) (fiction) ¥characteristics of ¥ text as folk tale book reviews (fiction) (informational) ¥text as science ¥ characteristics of fiction (fiction) reference materials ¥text as (informational) autobiography (informational) ¥ informational text aspersuasive (informational) ¥ text as true story (informational) ¥ text as bookreview (informational) ¥ text as personal writing (fiction/informational)Recognizes ¥ characteristics of satirical essays (fiction) ¥ phoneticpronouncitions in dictionaries (informational) ¥ characteristics ofadvertisements (informational) Identifies ¥ characteristics of historicalfiction (fiction) ¥ characteristics of editorials (informational) ¥characteristics of journals/specialized periodicals (informational) ¥characteristics of directions (informational) Recognizes ¥ characteristics ofadvertisements (informational)
  2. 2. Target Growth Map (Current RIT + Typical Growth = Target Growth) Literary,Informational 211-220 221-230 231-240 240+ Genres & Elements Analyzes DefinesAnalyzes Analyzes Identifies Elements of ¥ plot (fiction) ¥ techniques used to ¥how detail is used ¥ third person point of Fiction Analyzes ¥ setting (fiction)¥ to determine theme develop characters (fiction) Evaluates to define character(fiction) Evaluates view (fiction) (term not used) ¥ character ¥ statements to*5-15 paragraphs development choose the one (fiction) (fiction) which bestDescribes ¥ relative importance represents the ¥ how characters are developed(fiction) Assesses ¥ character development (fiction) Infers ¥ reason behindcharacterÕs actions (fiction) ¥ qualities of given themes (fiction) Infers ¥qualities of a character (emotional/physical) (fiction) Describes ¥characteristics of a character (fiction) Identifies theme of a parable, allegoryor complex paragraph (fiction) Identifies ¥ third person point of view (fiction)(emotional/physical) ¥ first person point of of a character view (fiction)(fiction) ¥ reason behind a characterÕs feelings/emotions (fiction) ¥ point ofview for first person text (term not used) (fiction) Evaluates ¥ characterdevelopment (fiction) Identifies ¥ qualities of characters (emotional/physical)(fiction) ¥ conflict *3-6 paragraphs (fiction) Makes ¥ inferences to determineproblem/ solution (fiction)
  3. 3. Target Growth Map (Current RIT + Typical Growth = Target Growth) Literary,Informational 211-220 221-230 231-240 240+ Genres & Elements DeterminesCharacteristics of Text Identifies/Uses ¥ structure of bibliographies(informational) Describes ¥ how an index is organized (informational)Understands ¥ text features of textbooks (author biography) (informational)Critiques ¥ usefulness of diagrams, graphs, charts (informational) Vocabularycharacterization, foreshadowing, journalism, persuasive, tale first person,second person, third person omniscient none

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