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Common Core: ELA
CCLS - ELA: W.5.10
- Range of Writing
- State Standard:
- 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.
- In this lesson student revise their drafts of their field journal entry for organziation and word choice.
- In this lesson students examine various field journals and practice close observation and documentation through writing and sketching.
- This module begins with a brief study of the importance of sports in American culture over time. The heart of this module is a whole class study of the short but challenging biography Promises to...
- SYNTHESIZING INFORMATION: LIVING THINGS IN THE RAINFOREST In this lesson, students reread several texts that they have seen in other lessons. Be sure that students have access to the texts read in...
- SUMMARIZING INFORMATIONAL TEXT: “HAWAII’S ENDANGERED HAPPY FACE SPIDER” Make sure all anchor charts from lessons 1 to 3 are visible to students. Review “Hawaii’s Endangered Happy Face Spider” Review...
- BUILDING BACKGROUND KNOWLEDGE: EXAMINING THE UNIQUE LIVING THINGS OF THE RAINFORESTS AND THE SCIENTISTS WHO STUDY THEM In this lesson, students set up their reading journal, in which they will keep...
- Researching to Build Knowledge and Teaching Others: Biodiversity in Rainforests of the Western Hemisphere This module—intended to be used in conjunction with a Social Studies unit about Latin America...
- Summarizing Complex Ideas: Comparing the Original UDHR and the “Plain Language” Version Review Vocabulary strategies and Write-Pair-Share protocols (see Appendix 1)
- Mid-Unit 1 Assessment: Explaining Human Rights Review Quiz-Quiz-Trade in Vocabulary Strategies (Appendix 1) Review Write-Pair-Share and Fist to Five protocols (Appendix 1) If students finish the Mid-...
- Becoming a Close Reader and Writing to Learn: Stories of Human Rights What are human rights, and how do real people and fictional characters respond when those rights are challenged? Students will...