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CCSS Standards NCTE/IRA

Standards
Learner Outcome Assessment
Reading Standards
for Literature Grades
9-10
! Craft and Structure
Reading Standards
for Informationa" Te#t
Grades 9-10
$! Integration of
Knowledge and Ideas
1. Students read a wide
range of print and non-
print texts to build an
understanding of texts,
of themselves, and of
the cultures of the
United States and the
world; to acquire new
information; to respond
to the needs and
demands of society and
the worplace; and for
personal fulfillment.
!mong these texts are
fiction and nonfiction,
classic and
contemporary wors.
Students will utili"e a
variety of types of texts
in each of the classes
to deepen their
understanding of the
topics.
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Reading Standards
for Informationa"
Te#ts Grades 9-10
%! Key Ideas and
Details
.. Students apply a
wide range of strategies
to comprehend,
interpret, evaluate, and
appreciate texts. )hey
draw on their prior
experience, their
interactions with other
readers and writers,
their nowledge of word
meaning and of other
texts, their word
identification strategies,
and their understanding
of textual features /e.g.,
sound-letter
correspondence,
sentence structure,
context, graphics0.
-ecause of the variety
of types of texts used in
each of the classes,
students will have to
vary how they interact
with the text.
!dditionally, within the
context of each type of
text, students may have
to evaluate how they
interact with it given
their own experiences
and perceptions.
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S&ea'ing and
Listening Grades 9-10
. Presentation of
Knowledge and Ideas
2. Students ad&ust their
use of spoen, written,
and visual language
/e.g., conventions,
style, vocabulary0 to
communicate
effectively with a variety
of audiences and for
different purposes.
)he content of each
class requires students
to portray the
information they have
gained in different ways
depending on the focus
of the class.
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Social Studies
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(riting Standards
Grades 9-10
9! Research to Build
and Present
Knowledge
3. Students conduct
research on issues and
interests by generating
ideas and questions,
and by posing
4ach content area will
provide students with a
different lens through
which to loo at the
sub&ect matter.
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