Burrillville School Department English / Language Arts Curriculum

Aligned to the GLEs/GSEs State Standards

Grade #11 Scope and Sequence

The chart below highlights the key skills and concepts taught in grade #11 and the order in which they are taught.  By clicking on the unit title, parents, students and teachers can view the detailed expectations for student learning.  Only teachers can access the Common Course assessment link.

Total

Unit Days

Quarter

Unit #

Concept 1: Initial Understanding of Informational Texts and Writing in Response to Informational Text, Citing Evidence

15

15

10

5

1

1.1

1.2

1.3

1.4

Identifying Characteristics of Informational Text

Identifying Relationships Between Texts

Reading for Information

Writing a Procedure Paper

 

IUIT:  Common Course Assessment / Rubric

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Unit Days

Quarter

Unit #

Concept 2: Initial Understanding of Literary Texts and Writing in Response to Literary Text, Citing Evidence

10

10

15

10

2

2.1

2.2

2.3

2.4

Identifying Literary Techniques and Styles

Writing in Response to Literary Text

Elements of Literary Text

Understanding Literary Text

IULT:  Common Course Assessment / Rubric

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Unit Days

Quarter

Unit #

Concept 3: Analysis of Informational Text & Writing in Response to Informational Text, Citing Evidence

10

10

15

10

3

3.1

3.2

3.3

3.4

Using Text Discourse Features to Support Inferences and Generalizations about Information

Analyzing Sources

Oral Presentation

Analysis of Information Across Texts

AIIT:  Common Course Assessment / Rubric

Total

Unit Days

Quarter

Unit #

Concept 4: Reading by Research /Research Report Writing

5

3-4

4.1

Research Topic and Write Research Paper

EW Research Paper: Common Course Assessment / Rubric

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Unit Days

Quarter

Unit #

Concept 5: Analysis of Literary Text and Writing in Response to Literary Text

15

10

10

4

5.1

5.2

5.3

Analysis of Characterization and Author’s Style

Analyzing and Writing Poetry

Analysis of Literary Text (Point of View / Purpose)

AILT:  Common Course Assessment / Rubric