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PerformancePLUS Maps https asd pa perfplusk12 com admin admin curric maps display asp. interact and collaborate,with others,W 8 9 Draw evidence. from literary or,informational texts to,support analysis. reflection and research,W 8 10 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,W 8 1d Establish and. maintain a formal style,W 8 2c Use appropriate,and varied transitions to. create cohesion and,clarify the relationships,among ideas and. W 8 2e Establish and,maintain a formal style,W 8 2f Provide a. concluding statement or,section that follows from,and supports the.
information or,explanation presented,W 8 3c Use a variety of. transition words,phrases and clauses to,convey sequence signal. shifts from one time,frame or setting to,another and show the. relationships among,experiences and events,W 8 3e Provide a. conclusion that follows,from and reflects on the,narrated experiences or.
W 8 3a Engage and,orient the reader by,establishing a context. and point of view and,introducing a narrator,and or characters. organize an event,sequence that unfolds,naturally and logically. W 8 3d Use precise,words and phrases,relevant descriptive. details and sensory,language to capture the,action and convey.
experiences and events,Literary Unit,Introduce short story. Review literary terminology related to short fiction. Story vocabulary,Stand alone vocabulary lesson,Essential Learning Model Summative. Standards Content Skills Vocabulary Resources Strategies. Questions Targets Feedback Lessons Assessments, CC 1 2 8 A RL 8 2 Determine a 1 Elements of 1 List the 1 Story vocabulary 1 Students will be able to Elements of Language Textbook To be Literary Unit. CC 1 3 8 K theme or central idea of Literature text parts of a plot defining words in define plot diagram and show all Elements of Literature Textbook determined 9 28 2012. a text and analyze its and district diagram context and construing parts Stand alone vocabulary. 1 What is a plot development over the approved novels exposition rising meaning 2 Students will be able to define. course of the text P PSSA Content, diagram and its 2 Supporting action climax 2 Literary terminology variables in stories. including its relationship MC Multicultural Content. specific parts informational falling action and for concept 3 Students will be able to. 2 How is vocabulary to the characters articles and resolution identification demonstrate how vocabulary 9 30 2013. used to convey setting and plot provide essays 2 Match events conveys tone voice and mood. voice tone and an objective summary of of story with 4 Students will be able to show. mood the text appropriate plot how vocabulary is used in context. 3 How is vocabulary RL 8 3 Analyze how diagram label. understood in 3 Alter plot,particular lines of,context dialogue or incidents in a diagram to.
specific individual,story or drama propel the,story structure. action reveal aspects of,a character or provoke a,2 of 14 8 12 2014 9 31 AM. PerformancePLUS Maps https asd pa perfplusk12 com admin admin curric maps display asp. RL 8 4 Determine the,meaning of words and,phrases as they are. used in a text including,figurative and,connotative meanings. analyze the impact of,specific word choices on,meaning and tone.
including analogies or,allusions to other texts,RL 8 5 Compare and. contrast the structure of,two or more texts and,analyze how the differing. structure of each text,contributes to its,meaning and style. RL 8 6 Analyze how,differences in the points,of view of the characters. and the audience or,reader e g created,through the use of.
dramatic irony create,such effects as,suspense or humor. RL 8 10 By the end of,the year read and,comprehend literature. including stories,dramas and poems at,the high end of grades. 6 8 text complexity band,independently and,proficiently. W 8 9 Draw evidence,from literary or,informational texts to.
support analysis,reflection and research,Read and study narrative writing models. Identify elements of narrative writing,Organize and write multiple paragraph narratives. Essential Learning Model Summative, Standards Content Skills Vocabulary Resources Strategies. Questions Targets Feedback Lessons Assessments, CC 1 4 8 A W 8 3 Write narratives 1 Utilize 1 Correctly 1 Incorporate 1 Students will be able to 1 Elements of Language TBD I P PSSA Content. CC 1 4 9 10 X to develop real or learned parts of use parts of previous and newly decribe how a narrative is 9 30 2013. imagined experiences or speech speech in acquired vocabulary composed. 1 How is a narrative events using effective 2 Models of sentence writing into written work 2 Students will be able to. technique relevant Writing, composed narrative structure 2 Utilize new and describe and identify sensory.
2 How can sensory descriptive details and viewed focusing previous details and figurative language in 9 30 2013. details and figurative well structured event on figurative vocabulary in writing. language improve the sequences language and composition 3 Students will be able to. quality of student sensory details various forms of describe how chronological order. W 8 4 Produce clear, writing and coherent writing in 3 Examine writing can help organize writing. 3 How can which the development chronological 3 Write. chronological order order in narrative sentences and. organization and style, help organize an are appropriate to task as well as other paragraphs using. essay s details purpose and audience various forms figurative. language and,Grade specific,sensory details,expectations for writing. types are defined in 4 Write,sentences and,standards 1 3 above. paragraphs using,W 8 9 Draw evidence logical order.
from literary or,informational texts to,support analysis. reflection and research,W 8 1d Establish and,maintain a formal style. Literature,Literary elements relative to narratives. Story vocabulary,Stand alone vocabulary, respond to literature through speaking and writing. Essential Learning Model Summative, Standards Content Skills Vocabulary Resources Strategies.
Questions Targets Feedback Lessons Assessments, CC 1 2 8 A L 8 3 Use knowledge 1 Elements of 1 Identify 1 Understand 1 Students will be able to 1 Elements of Literature TBD I Literature. CC 1 3 8 K of language and its Literature literary patterns in vocabulary in context demonstrate how literary terms 2 Holt Interative Work Text 10 31 2013. conventions when The Monkey s a short story 2 Use vocabulary are used in short stories. 1 How can literary writing speaking Paw 2 List and define correctly 2 Students will be able to show. reading or listening P PSSA Content, terms aid in the The Tell Tale the three types of the main events of a narrative. MC Multicultural Content, assessment of short L 8 4 Determine or Heart irony situational 3 Students will be able to tell how. stories verbal and smaller events aid the overall 9 30 2013. clarify the meaning of, 2 What are the main dramatic conflict of the story. unknown and multiple, events of a narrative meaning words or 3 Identify specific.
3 How do smaller phrases based on grade ironies within. plot conflicts aid the 8 reading and content various texts. overall conflict of the choosing flexibly from a 4 Generate a. story range of strategies plot diagram,based on the. 3 of 14 8 12 2014 9 31 AM, PerformancePLUS Maps https asd pa perfplusk12 com admin admin curric maps display asp. L 8 5 Demonstrate stories covered,understanding of. figurative language,word relationships and,nuances in word. L 8 5a Interpret figures,of speech e g verbal,irony puns in context.
L 8 5c Distinguish,among the connotations,associations of words. with similar denotations,definitions e g,bullheaded willful firm. persistent resolute,RI 8 1 Cite the textual,evidence that most. strongly supports an,analysis of what the text,says explicitly as well as. inferences drawn from,RI 8 4 Determine the,meaning of words and.
phrases as they are,used in a text including,figurative connotative. and technical meanings,analyze the impact of,specific word choices on. meaning and tone,including analogies or,allusions to other texts. RL 8 2 Determine a,theme or central idea of,a text and analyze its. development over the,course of the text,including its relationship.
to the characters,setting and plot provide,an objective summary of. RL 8 6 Analyze how,differences in the points,of view of the characters. and the audience or,reader e g created,through the use of. dramatic irony create,such effects as,suspense or humor. RL 8 7 Analyze the,extent to which a filmed,or live production of a.
story or drama stays,faithful to or departs,from the text or script. evaluating the choices,made by the director or, targeted units on writing conventions spelling punctuation grammar etc. sentence structure,Essential Learning Model Summative. Standards Content Skills Vocabulary Resources Strategies. Questions Targets Feedback Lessons Assessments, CC 1 4 8 R L 8 1 Demonstrate 1 Overview of 1 Identify the 1 Utilize the 1 Elements of Language TBD I Grammar. command of the the parts of specific parts of vocabulary of language 2 Grammar Usage and Mechanics 10 31 2013. 1 What grammatical conventions of standard speech verbs speech and the arts grammar. conventions work English grammar and adverbs roles they play in. usage when writing or P PSSA Content,best in sentence prepositions sentence.
structures speaking conjunctions and structure 9 30 2013. 2 Why is variation of L 8 3 Use knowledge interjections 2 Communicate. sentence structure 2 Use using grammar,of language and its. important conventions when grammatical terminology. 3 How can knowing terminology as it relevant to,writing speaking. the parts of speech reading or listening pertains to the present concept. aid in the creation of parts of speech being studied. better sentences L 8 4a Use context 3 Integrate 3 Construct. e g the overall previously learned effective, meaning of a sentence parts of speech sentences that. or paragraph a word s nouns pronouns are properly, position or function in a and adjectives formatted. sentence as a clue to,the meaning of a word 4 Implement.
or phrase previously,learned parts of,L 8 4c Consult general speech nouns. and specialized pronouns and,reference materials adjectives. e g dictionaries 5,glossaries Introduce parts,thesauruses both print of speech verbs. and digital to find the adverbs,pronunciation of a word prepositions. or determine or clarify its conjunctions and,precise meaning or its interjections in a.
part of speech sentence,L 8 5b Use the,relationship between. 4 of 14 8 12 2014 9 31 AM, PerformancePLUS Maps https asd pa perfplusk12 com admin admin curric maps display asp. particular words to,better understand each,of the words. respond in writing to open ended prompts,peer evaluation of writing. revision and editing techniques,Essential Learning Model Summative.
Standards Content Skills Vocabulary Resources Strategies. Questions Targets Feedback Lessons Assessments, CC 1 4 8 A W 8 9a Apply grade 8 1 1 counting 1 Use contextual 1 Students will be able to list 1 Elements of Literature TBD D Writing. CC 1 4 8 X Reading standards to supplemental question marks vocabulary specific to four requirements when 2 Elements of Language 11 30 2013. literature e g Analyze resources 2 identifying the task at hand responding to a short answer 3 Holt Interactive Work Text. 1 Can the student how a modern work of 2 short answer conjunctions prompt 4 Teacher made prompts and concept. P PSSA Content, list four requirements fiction draws on themes response prompts 3 restating the 2 Students will be able to identify materials. to responding to a patterns of events or provided by question in the the length of the writing for various 9 30 2013. short answer character types from literature text first sentence prompts. prompt myths traditional stories reading guides 4 answering 3 Students will be able to write a. 2 Can the student or religious works such as and tests the question brief and concise response. identify the length of the Bible including asked, writing the prompt describing how the 5 supporting. requires for material is rendered new your response. completion W 8 2 Write with details and,3 Can the student evidence. informative explanatory,write a brief and 6 concluding.
texts to examine a topic,concise response and convey ideas your response. concepts and information review your,through the selection position. details and,organization and analysis,of relevant content evidence. W 8 10 Write routinely,over extended time frames,time for research. reflection and revision,and shorter time frames a,single sitting or a day or.
meaning words or phrases based on grade 8 reading and content choosing flexibly from a range of strategies 1 Elements of Literature The Monkey s Paw The Tell Tale Heart 1 Identify literary patterns in a short story 2 List and define the three types of irony situational verbal and dramatic 3 Identify specific ironies within

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