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CCLS - ELA: RI.7.5
- Reading Informational
- Craft and Structure
- State Standard:
- Analyze the structure an author uses to organize a text, including how the major sections contribute to the whole and to the development of the ideas.
- Overview These English Language Arts/Literacy Units empower students with critical reading and writing skills at the heart of the Common Core: analyzing and writing evidence-based arguments. This...
- This lesson introduces students to Module 4A: This Is Your Brain—Plugged In. Students consider a short video and then participate in a modified Gallery Walk to preview and connect the learning that...
- This lesson includes the End of Unit 2 Assessment, which assesses RI.7.2 (except for writing an objective summary), RI.7.3, and RI.7.5. • In the new Chávez speech that students read for this...
- This lesson includes the Mid-Unit 2 Assessment, which assesses RI.7.2 (except writing an objective summary), RI.7.3, and RI.7.5. When you grade this, only mark answers correct or incorrect; do not...
- • In this lesson, students focus on Paragraphs 16–21. They analyze how this section of the speech contributes to César Chávez’s central claim. In order to hold their thinking about this question,...
- In this lesson, students continue to examine unions as agents of change. They return to Paragraphs 8–15 of the Commonwealth Club Address to identify the claims that Chávez makes about the UFW....
- In this final lesson about César Chávez’s Commonwealth Club Address, students notice the tools of rhetoric that Chávez uses to develop his claims in the second part of the speech. They do this with a...
- Analyzing Text Structure: “Teen Slang: What’s, Like, So Wrong with Like?”
- End of Unit Assessment:
- In this lesson, students continue to read excerpts from “The Digital Revolution and the Adolescent Brain Evolution.” Because students will be reading several texts in Unit 2; today’s learning will be...
- In this lesson, students take the End of Unit 1 Assessment and they analyze the main idea of an informational text. The text today is “You Trouble” by Justin O’Neill.
- Analyzing Text Structure: “Generation Z Stereotyped…”
- In this lesson, students analyze how different sections of “Water Is Life” contribute to the overall meaning of the text. “Water Is Life,” unlike some informational texts, does not mark sections with...
- In this lesson, students answer text-dependent questions on Paragraphs 10–12 of “Water Is Life.” The homework assignment on Paragraphs 13 and 14 is a continuation of this close reading, so it is...