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M/J Language Arts 1

Segment 1 Pace Chart


Mrs. Anderson
ELA Instructor
Cell/Text: 407-801-3222 Email: lacey.anderson@ocps.net
Please print out and follow this pace chart. Each week's assignments are due by Friday at 11:59pm.
If all assignments are not turned in by the Sunday after the due date, you will be considered behind pace.

M/J Language Arts 1 Segment One


DUE DATE
8/23/16

LESSONS/ASSIGNMENTS (check off when completed)


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1.00 Module One Pretest and Checklist


1.01 Develop an Idea
1.02 What is Theme?

Your collaboration for segment one may be completed anytime during your segment,
but it must be completed before you take your segment exam.
o 1.03 A Character Changes
8/30/16
o 1.04 Summarize It!
o 1.05 Comparing Different Mediums
o 1.06 What Does it Mean?
9/6/16
o 1.07 Resource Help
o 1.08 Implicit or Explicit Evidence?
o 1.09 What Is the Big Idea?
9/13/16
o 1.10 Summarize It!
Grace Period Ends o 1.11 Module One Review and DBA
o 1.12 Module One Exam
9/20/16
o 2.00 Module Two Checklist
o 2.01 Check Your Sources
o 2.02 Choose Your Words
9/27/16
o 2.03 Organize Ideas in Informational Articles
o 2.04 Gather Your Information
o 2.05 Cite Your Sources
10/4/16
o 2.06 Introduce Your Ideas
o 2.07 Connect Your Ideas
10/11/16
o 2.08 What's Your Big Idea?
o 2.09 Wrap Up Your Ideas
10/18/16
o 2.10 Kick It Up a Notch
o 2.11 Module Two Review and DBA
o 2.12 Publish Your Work
10/25/16
o 3.00 Module Three Checklist
o 3.01 The Narrator of a Story
o 3.02 Explain Yourself
11/1/16
o 3.03 Organize Your Narrative Story
o 3.04 Begin Your Narrative
11/8/16
o 3.05 Dialogue in a Story

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11/15/16
11/22/16

11/29/16
12/6/16
COMPLETION

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3.06 Use Transistons


3.07 The Middle of Your Story
3.08 The Big Finish
3.09 Module Three Review and DBA
3.10 Kick It Up a Notch
Segment 1 Advanced Lesson 1 (ADVANCED ONLY)
Segment 1 Advanced Lesson 2 (ADVANCED ONLY)
Segment 1 Advanced Lesson 3 (ADVANCED ONLY)
Segment 1 Exams Part One and Part Two

Learning Goals
MODULE 1:
The student will determine a theme or central idea of a text and how it is conveyed
through particular details; provide a summary of the text distinct from personal
opinions or judgments.
MODULE 2:
The student will gather relevant information from multiple print and digital sources;
assess the credibility of each source; and quote or paraphrase the data and
conclusions of others while avoiding plagiarism and providing basic bibliographic
information for sources.
MODULE 3:
The student will produce clear and coherent writing in which the development,
organization, and style are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience.

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