SAS - Curriculum Framework (Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening / 6-8 Band

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Big Idea
Comprehension requires and enhances critical thinking and is constructed through the intentional interaction between reader and text Comprehension requires and enhances critical thinking and is constructed through the intentional interaction between reader and text Comprehension requires and enhances critical thinking and is constructed through the intentional interaction between reader and text Listening provides the opportunity to learn, reflect, and respond Effective speaking and listening are essential for productive communication. Listening provides the opportunity to learn, reflect, and respond Effective speaking and listening are essential for productive communication. Listening provides the opportunity to learn, reflect, and respond
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Essential Questions How does interaction with text provoke thinking and response? How does a writer create narrative, informational and persuasive pieces that respond to topic, purpose and audience?

Concepts Essential content, literary elements and devices inform meaning

Standards / Eligible Content Identify and evaluate essential 1.2.7.C, 1.2.7.E, 1.2.8.A, content between and among 1.2.8.D, 1.2.9.A, 1.2.9.D, various text types 1.2.10.A, 1.2.10.D, 1.2.11.A, 1.2.11.D, 1.2.12.A, 1.2.12.D, 1.2.L.D, L.N.2.5.3, R6.B.3.1.1, R7.B.1.1.1, R7.B.1.2.1 Competencies Use and cite evidence from texts to make assertions, inferences, generalizations, and to draw conclusions 1.2.5.E, 1.2.6.E, 1.2.7.D, 1.2.7.E, 1.2.8.E, 1.2.9.E, 1.2.10.E, 1.2.11.E, 1.2.12.E, R5.A.1.3.1, R5.A.1.3.2, R5.A.2.3.1, R5.A.2.3.2, R6.A.1.3.1, R6.A.1.3.2, R6.A.2.3.1, R6.A.2.3.2, R7.A.1.3.1, R7.A.1.3.2, R7.A.2.3.1, R7.A.2.3.2, R8.A.1.3.1, R11.A.1.3.1, R11.A.1.3.2 1.3.7.C, 1.3.7.D, 1.3.8.D, 1.3.L.D, R7.B.2.1.1, R7.B.2.1.2, R8.B.2.1.1, R8.B.2.1.2

Essential content, literary elements and devices inform meaning

Essential content, literary elements and devices inform meaning

Interpret and analyze the effect of literary devices within and among texts (e.g. personification, simile, alliteration, metaphor, symbolism, imagery, and hyperbole)

C.A.B.1 .A.A. 1.7. 1.5.2. literary elements and devices inform meaning Essential content.7.7.3.8.E. R7.1. 1.1 Question. literary elements and devices inform meaning Essential content.2.1.A. R7.3.B.1.2.2. R6.1.B.D.3. Information to gain or expand knowledge can be acquired through a variety of sources. and opinions across texts 1.A. literary elements and devices inform meaning Essential content. reflect on. 1.2. Information to gain or expand knowledge can be acquired through a variety of sources.8.B.D.2.1. 1. literary elements and devices inform meaning Essential content.2. R8.7.D Verify the relevance and reliability of information presented in texts Identify stated facts.2.1.A. Effective speaking and listening are essential for productive communication.8.1 1. R7.2. and interpret essential content across texts and subject areas 1.3. R7.2.D. R7.4. and/or point of view within and among texts Summarize and synthesize information from a variety of mediums 1.1. R7.5.3.2 1.1. literary elements and devices inform meaning Essential content.1 Identify and explain the use of conflict. R7. 1.2.A.C. reasoned judgments.7. literary elements and Identify and explain the use of literary elements within and among texts 1. Effective speaking and listening are essential for productive communication. Writing is a means of documenting thinking Writing is a recursive process that conveys ideas.4.2.B.5.2.8.A.1. theme.8.2.2.7.A.C. Effective speaking and listening are essential for productive communication.B.2.8.4.C.7.2.E.2.1. R7.3. Information to gain or expand knowledge can be acquired through a variety of sources.A. R7. topic and audience guide types of writing Writing is a means of documenting thinking 169 168 167 166 146 145 144 136 135 134 125 Essential content. 1. 1.2.1.1.2. 1.2.3.1.B. R7.C.1.1. thoughts and feelings Purpose.8. R7.7.Effective speaking and listening are essential for productive communication.

R7. 193 192 191 190 189 188 187 174 173 172 171 170 devices inform meaning Essential content.D.3.A. 1.7. R7. drama.1.g.3.A.B. comparison/contrast.2.6.2.A.2.6.1.1.2.1. question/answer. thoughts and feelings Purpose.6.2.3.1 Textual features and organization inform meaning Textual features Analyze and explain the use and of graphics in text to clarify 1. cause/effect.8.B.2.3. Effective use of vocabulary builds social and academic knowledge Language is used to communicate and to deepen understanding.3. R7.Writing is a recursive process that conveys ideas.1.2. R5.5.6.2.1. Spoken language can be represented in print. literary elements and devices inform meaning Textual features and organization inform meaning Evaluate the presentation of essential and non-essential information in texts. R7.6.1.B.A.2.A.A.7.1.3.2.3.8. Spoken language can be represented in print.1.2.7.2.1.2.A.B. 1.B.3 .2.6. 1.3.B.B.2 1.B. 1.B. literary elements and devices inform meaning Essential content.3. 1.B. R6.6.6. 1.L.2. 1.2. 1.1. 1. poetry. topic and audience guide types of writing Writing is a means of documenting thinking Writing is a recursive process that conveys ideas.7. R7.3.D. R5. fiction) to determine the appropriateness of chosen form for author’s purpose Analyze organizational features of text (e.B.1.6. problem/solution) as related to content to clarify and enhance meaning 1.1. topic and audience guide types of writing Language is used to communicate and to deepen understanding.1.g.7.2.1 Recognize the inclusion and exclusion of information in persuasive text Identify and analyze the characteristics of various genre (e. R7. 1.2.2.7. R6.6.E. R7. R7.B. thoughts and feelings Purpose.2.3. sequence. R8.3. R6.A.7. Effective use of vocabulary builds social and academic knowledge Language is used to communicate and to deepen understanding.2.C.2.B.A. R6.B.B.A. R7.2.3.6.A. 1.

1. R8.A.B.1.1.1.1.1. R4.A. and context 1.1. 1.Spoken language can be represented in print.1. 1.C. 1.1.1.1.1.1.1.C.A.A.2. 1. R7. 1.1.A.A.7.1.1.1. R6.1.1. 1.1.A.2.1. R7. R7.A.C.C.6.7.C.A.A.2.2. 1.1 . 1. R5.1.1.C.2.2.1.A. R6.1.7.2.1.2.2.C. R6.2.4.C.2.A.C. R7. R3. 1.1.A.1.2. R7.1.1. R5.1.1.1.1. R4.5.C.6.1.B.1.1. content.3. and idiomatic meaning of vocabulary 1.2 Identify the literal. R3.1.1.1 Use grade appropriate resources to confirm and extend meaning of vocabulary 1. R6.1.1.1.1.C.8.C. 1.A.A.C.2.7.3.1.6. R7.1.1.1.A.2 Apply academic vocabulary across disciplines 1.1.B.C.1.1. figurative.1.4. R5. Effective use of vocabulary builds social and academic knowledge 195 194 organization and enhance meaning inform meaning Acquiring and applying a robust vocabulary assists in constructing meaning Acquiring and applying a robust vocabulary assists in constructing meaning Acquiring and applying a robust vocabulary assists in constructing meaning Acquiring and applying a robust vocabulary assists in constructing Generate connections between and among words based on meaning.1. R7.5.2.

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