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Grade 6 PACING GUIDE ANCHOR STANDARDS PACING GUIDE Grade 6. Common Core Learning Standards,Grade Level Yearly Standards All Quarters. Grade Level Standards by Quarter,Version 5 2018 ELA PACING GUIDE. Grade 6 PACING GUIDE ANCHOR STANDARDS PACING GUIDE Grade 6. ALL QUARTERS RFOUNDATIONAL READING ALL QUARTERS,Q Phonics and Word Recognition Q Fluency. RF 6 3 Know and apply grade level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words RF 6 4 Read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension. 1 a Use combined knowledge of all letter sound correspondences syllabication patterns and 1. morphology e g roots and affixes to read accurately unfamiliar multisyllabic words in context and a Read on level text with purpose and understanding. out of context b Read on level prose and poetry orally with accuracy appropriate rate and expression on successive. 2 2 readings,Identify and use syllabication patterns. Identify root words c Use context to confirm or self correct word recognition and understanding rereading as necessary. 3 Explain meanings of prefixes and suffixes 3 Apply reading strategies to be used with text for accuracy appropriate rate and expression on successive readings. Accurately read words with Latin roots Confirm or self correct word recognition and understanding by using context. Apply grade level level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words Reread with fluency as necessary. 4 Synthesize phonics and word analysis skills to decode words 4 Read on level text with accuracy appropriate rate expression on successive readings. Read accurately unfamiliar multisyllabic words in context and out of context. QUARTER 1 RREADING LITERATURE QUARTER 1, Q Key Ideas and Details Q Craft and Structure Q Integration of Knowledge and Ideas Q Range of Reading Level of Text Complexity.
A RL6 1 Read closely to determine what the text A RL 6 5 Analyze the structure of texts A RL 6 9 Analyze how two or more A RL 6 10 Read and comprehend complex literary. 1 says explicitly and to make logical inferences from 1 including how specific sentences paragraphs 1 texts address similar themes or topics in 1 and informational texts independently and proficiently. it cite specific textual evidence when writing or and larger portions of the text e g a section order to build knowledge or to compare including stories dramas and poetry in the grades 4 5. speaking to support conclusions drawn from the chapter scene or stanza relate to each other the approaches the authors take text complexity band with scaffolding as needed at the. text and the whole Compare and contrast in different high end of the range. Cite textual evidence to support analysis of what Analyze how a particular sentence chapter forms or genres e g stories and Identify understand in literary text key Ideas and details. the text says explicitly as well as inferences scene or stanza fits into the overall structure poems historical novels and fantasy the craft and structure and the integration of knowledge. drawn from the text of a text and contributes to the development of stories in terms of their approaches and ideas at appropriate complexity Qualitative. Recognize explicit textual evidence and inferences made in the theme setting or plot to similar themes or topics Quantitative and Reader and Task as seen in standards. text Identify the theme plot setting of a text Identify the characteristics of different genres 1 9 with scaffolding as needed. Analyze text to cite textual evidence which is explicitly stated Analyze how a particular sentence chapter scene different themes or topics in two or more genres Comprehend independently in literary text key Ideas and. and to infer from textual evidence stanza fits into the overall structure of a text Compare and contrast how two or more stories of details the craft and structure and the integration of. Analyze how each part i e sentence chapter scene the same genre approach a similar theme or topic. or stanza contributes to the development of theme knowledge and ideas at appropriate complexity. setting or plot Qualitative Quantitative and Reader and Task as seen. in standards 1 9 with scaffolding as needed, A RL6 3 Analyze how and why individuals AR RL 6 6 Assess how point of view or. 1 events or ideas develop and interact over the 1 purpose shapes the content and style of a text. course of a text Explain how an author develops the point of. Describe how a particular story s or drama s plot view of the narrator or speaker in a text. unfolds in a series of episodes as well as how the Recognize strategies authors use to develop point of. characters respond or change as the plot moves view e g revealing character s thoughts and actions. dialogue what other characters say of think about that. toward a resolution, Identify how a series of episodes e g rising action etc. Identify details or examples in a text where the author. within a specific story or drama, develops the point of view of the narrator or the speaker. Identify character types and traits, Compare and contrast point of view of the narrator to. Describe how a plot unfolds in a series of episodes. characters in a text, Explain how character s respond or change over the course.
Analyze how the author develops these different points. of the story or drama,Version 5 2018 ELA PACING GUIDE. Grade 6 PACING GUIDE ANCHOR STANDARDS PACING GUIDE Grade 6. QUARTER 1 RREADING INFORMATIONAL TEXT QUARTER 1, Q Key Ideas and Details Q Craft and Structure Q Integration of Knowledge and Ideas Q Range of Reading Level of Text Complexity. A R RI 6 6 Assess how point of view or A RI 6 7 Integrate and evaluate content A RI 6 10 Read and comprehend complex literary. 1 purpose shapes the content and style of a 1 presented in diverse media and formats 1 and informational texts independently and. text including visually orally and quantitatively as proficiently. Determine an author s point of view or well as in words By the end of year read and comprehend. purpose in a text and explain how it is Integrate information presented in different informational texts including history social. conveyed in the text media or formats e g visually quantitatively studies science and technical texts in the. Determine the author s point of view or purpose of a as well as in words to develop a coherent. text grades 6 8 text complexity band proficiently with. understanding of a topic or issue scaffolding as needed at the high end of the. Identify details or examples in a text where the author Recognize how to access information from different. develops the point of view or purpose of the text range. media and formats, Explain how the author conveys his her point of view Identify understand in an informational text. Identify topics and issues, throughout the text key Ideas and details craft and structure integration of. Integrate information taken from various media formats. knowledge and ideas at appropriate complexity, Qualitative Quantitative and Reader and Task as seen in.
Demonstrate coherent understanding of the topic or issue. standards 1 9 with scaffolding as needed,using information from various media formats. Comprehend independently in an informational text key. Ideas and details craft and structure integration of. knowledge and ideas at appropriate complexity, Qualitative Quantitative and Reader and Task as seen in. standards 1 9 with scaffolding as needed,Version 5 2018 ELA PACING GUIDE. Grade 6 PACING GUIDE ANCHOR STANDARDS PACING GUIDE Grade 6. QUARTER 1 RWRITING QUARTER 1,Text Type and Purpose. Q Opinion Q Informational Expository Q Narrative, AR W 6 1 Write arguments to support claims in an analysis of substantive topics or texts AR W 6 3 Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events.
using valid reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence using effective techniques descriptive details and clear event sequence. 1 Write arguments to support claims with clear reasons and relevant evidence 1. a Introduce claim s and organize the reasons and evidence clearly a Engage and orient the reader by establishing a context and introducing a. b Support claim s with clear reasons and relevant evidence using credible sources narrator and or characters organize an event sequence that unfolds naturally. and demonstrating an understanding of the topic or text and logically. c Use words phrases and clauses to clarify the relationships among claim s and b Use narrative techniques such as dialogue pacing and description to. reasons develop experiences events and or characters. d Establish and maintain a formal style c Use a variety of transition words phrases and clauses to convey sequence. e Provide a concluding statement or section that follows from the argument presented and signal shifts from one time frame or setting to another. Identify credible sources d Use precise words and phrases relevant descriptive details and sensory. Recognize words phrases clauses that show relationships among claim s and reasons language to convey experiences and events. Recognize claims relevance evidence e Provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated experiences or events. Identify and define formal style,Explain the argument presented. Determine how to introduce claim s,Organize reasons and evidence clearly. Formulate support for claims with clear reasons and relevant evidence. Evaluate credibility of sources used relevance of the evidence. Q Production and Distribution of Writing Q Research to Build and Present Knowledge Q Range of Writing. AR W 6 4 Produce clear and coherent writing in which the AR W 6 9 Draw evidence from literary or informational texts AR W 6 10 Write routinely over extended time frames time for. 1 development organization and style are appropriate to task 1 to support analysis reflection and research 1 research reflection and revision and shorter time frames a. purpose and audience a Apply grade 6 Reading standards to literature single sitting or a day or two for a range of tasks purposes and. Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development b Apply grade 6 Reading standards to informational texts audiences. organization and style are appropriate to task purpose and Identify key ideas and details which provide evidence to support Write routinely over extended time frames time for research. audience Grade specific expectations for writing types are defined in conclusions about the text accessed through research. reflection and revision and shorter time frames a single sitting. standards 1 3 above Draw evidence from key ideas and details as support for research. Analyze key ideas and details in a text as evidence for support or a day or two for a range of discipline specific tasks purposes. Analyze the reason for writing a piece to decide on task purpose audience and audiences. understanding of text, Determine suitable idea development strategies organization style. Cite textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly. appropriate to task purpose and audience, Reflect on key ideas and details in a text as evidence for support. Produce a writing piece that is clear and coherent with idea development. understanding of text, organization style appropriate to task purpose and audience Grade specific.
expectations and writing types are found in Writing standards1 3. AR W 6 5 Develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning. 1 revising editing rewriting or trying a new approach. With some guidance and support from peers and adults develop and. strengthen writing as needed by planning revising editing. rewriting or trying a new approach Editing for conventions should. demonstrate command of Language standards 1 3 up to and. including grade 6 on page 52, With some guidance and support from peers and adults students recognize how. to plan revise edit rewrite, Know how to edit for conventions of Writing demonstrating see Language. standards 1 3 up to and including grade 6 on page 52. Version 5 2018 ELA PACING GUIDE, Grade 6 PACING GUIDE ANCHOR STANDARDS PACING GUIDE Grade 6. QUARTER 1 RSPEAKING AND LISTENING QUARTER 1, Q Comprehension and Collaboration Q Presentation of Knowledge. 1 AR SL 6 2 Integrate and evaluate information presented in diverse media and formats including. visually quantitatively and orally, Interpret information presented in diverse media and formats e g visually quantitatively orally.
and explain how it contributes to a topic text or issue under study. Identify details and information that contribute to the topic text issue under study of various media formats. Interpret information presented in various media and formats e g visually quantitatively orally. Explain how information contributes to a topic text issue under study. QUARTER 1 RLANGUAGE QUARTER 1, Q Conventions of Standard English Q Knowledge of Language Q Vocabulary Acquisition and Use. AR L 6 1 Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard A R L 6 3 Apply knowledge of language to understand how A R L 6 4 Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and. English grammar and usage when writing or speaking language functions in different contexts to make effective multiple meaning words and phrases by using context clues. 1 1 choices for meaning or style and to comprehend more fully 1 analyzing meaningful word parts and consulting general and. a Ensure pronouns are in the proper case subjective objective possessive. b Use intensive pronouns e g myself ourselves when reading or listening specialized reference materials as appropriate. PACING GUIDE GRADE 6 Grade 6 PACING GUIDE ANCHOR STANDARDS PACING GUIDE Grade 6 2 Version 5 2018 ELA PACING GUIDE Common Core Learning Standards Grade Level Yearly Standards All Quarters Grade Level Standards by Quarter Grade 6 PACING GUIDE ANCHOR STANDARDS PACING GUIDE Grade 6 3 Version 5 2018 ELA PACING GUIDE ALL QUARTERS RFOUNDATIONAL READING ALL QUARTERS Q FluencyPhonics and

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