Pre-K-12 Language Arts Scope and Sequence - Effective, 2014-15
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Pre-K-12 Language Arts Scope and Sequence
created May 2014, updated May 2015, August 2016
CAC English Language Arts Philosophy Statement
Creative CurriculumAERO Standards
Pre-KKindergartenGrade 1Grade 2Grade 3Grade 4Grade 5Grade 6Grade 7Grade 8Grade 9
Grade 10
Grade 11Grade 12IB Lit SL/HL Yr 1IB Lit SL/HL Yr 2
Language and LiteracyWritingReadingWritingReadingWritingReadingWritingReadingWritingReadingWritingReading
SurveySurveyAmerican LiteratureWorld LiteratureLiterary Analysis
Argumentative Writing
Beginning of the YearLaunching the Writer’s WorkshopWe are Readers Exploring the World of BooksSmall Moments: Writing with Focus, Detail, and DialogueReaders Build Good Habits and Tackle TroubleLaunching with ChoiceTaking Charge of my ReadingCrafting True Stories

Building a Reading LifeThe Arc of Story: Writing Realistic FictionBuilding a Reading LifeNarrative CraftAgency and IndependenceThe Literay Essay: From Character to ThemeMemoir: Writing to reflect on experience and suggest thematic connectionPoetry: AnalysisTo Kill a MockingbirdNon Fiction Research and Presentation ProjectPreColonial LiteratureSummer ReadingLiterary Analysis
* Argumentative in Work
Detailed Study: Analysis with Oral Commentary including character, theme, setting
* Argumentative in Work
Buildings StudyWriting Pattern Books to Read, Write and TeachReaders Read, Think and Talk About Emergent StoryRealistic FictionReaders Meet the CharactersLessons from the Masters: Improving Narrative WritingCharacters Face Bigger ChallengesThe Art of Informational WritingFollowing Characters into MeaningBoxes and Bullets: Personal and Persuasive EssaysInterpreting CharactersPoetry Anthologies: Writing, Thinking, and Seeing MoreAuthor Study: Reading Like a FanSocial Issues Book Clubs: InterpretationLiterary Analysis with Short Stories: Compare and Contrast CharacterThe Literary Essay: Novel StudyShort StoryNovel: Catcher in the RyeColonial LiteratureThe Arab WorldOptions: Literary Analysis with Oral Presentation
* Argumentative in Work
Literary Analysis
* Argumentative in Work
Clothes StudyWriting for Readers: True StoriesReaders Use Super PowersNonfiction Chapter BooksNon-fiction Readers LearnInformation BooksReading Non-fiction: Reading the WorldPoetryNon-fiction Reading: Expository TextsInformational Writing: Topics of ExpertiseNon-Fiction Reading:
Using Text Structures to Comprehend Expository, Narrative and Hybrid Non-fiction
Informational Writing: Reading, Research, and Writing in the Content AreasNon-fiction Reading for Research ProjectsBook TalksThe Art of Argument: Research-Based EssaysPosition Papers: Research and ArgumentWinter Break ReadingPoetry: AlienationLiterature of a Revolutionary PeriodPersonal Statement and College EssaysWorks in Translation
* Argumentative in Work
Literary Genres: Extended Written Thesis on Drama
Balls StudyHow To Books: Writing to Teach OthersReading for InformationWriting ReviewsBe Our Own TeachersWriting About ReadingSeries Reading BooksChanging the World: Persuasion

Following Characters with Series Book ClubsBringing History to LifeHistorical Fiction Book ClubsFantasy FictionFantasy Book ClubsResearch Based Informational Writing: Books and WebsitesHistorical Novel and Research StudyLiteray Analysis: Short Story: Character/ Theme EssaysRomeo and JulietNovella: Animal FarmThe American Renaissance and TranscendentalismClass of Cultures
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle StudyInformational BooksReading Across the GenresFrom Scenes to Series: Writing FictionDramatizing CharactersLab Reports and Science BooksRead About Science Topics to Become ExpertsOnce Upon a TimeBiography Book ClubsThe Literary Essay: Writing About FictionInformational Reading: Research and Writing Social StudiesResearch-Based Argument EssayInformational Reading in the Content AreasAdventures in Fiction Reading and WritingPoetry: MetaphorsLiterary Analysis - Memoir connection with Social StudiesPoetryShort Stories: AlientationWhitman and DickinsonSolzhenitsyn
Trees StudyPersuasive Writing of all KindsScience Informational: Liquids/Solids/GasesRead About Science TopicsPoetry: Big Thoughts in Small PackagesNon-fiction Reading ClubsIndependent Writing Project: Focus on RevisionMystery Book ClubsIndependent Writing ProjectSocial Issues Book ClubJournalismArgument and AdvocacyGenre TalksBook Talks, Reviews and Blogging (Year Long Unit)Independent Reading Throughout the YearResearchDrama, Comedy: Shakespeare's Twelfth NightNaturalism and RealismPower and Pain of Love
The Absolute True Diary of a Part-time IndianAmerican ModernismDecoding Nature
The River BetweenLiterature of Postwar America
Curriculum Office: May, 2014
Informational - NonFiction = Red, Argumentative & Research = Blue, Narrative - Literature - Fiction = Yellow, Poetry = Green, Drama = Purple
Topic Overview
KG Writing
KG Reading
G1 Writing
G1 Reading
G2 Writing
G2 Reading
G3 Writing
G3 Reading
G4 Writing
G4 Reading
G5 Writing
G5 Reading
Grade 6
Grade 7
Grade 8
Grade 9
Grade 10
Grade 11
Grade 12