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GREENVILLE AREA ELEMENTARY SCHOOLSGrade6th
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SubjectELA
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Revised September 2017
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1st Nine Weeks (Lessons 1-5, 19)
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Foundational SkillsFoundational skills are covered K-5.
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These skills will be taught on a need basis with Tier instruction.
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Reading
Informational Text
CC.1.2.6.A E06.B-K1.1.2Students will be able to: Determine the central idea of a text and its details. Provide a summary without personal bias. Formal: Cold Reads, Quizzes, Journeys Lesson Test, Benchmarking Tests Journeys Lessons: Lesson 2: "Knots in My Yo-Yo String" (Autobiography)
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CC.1.2.6.BUtilize literary and informational text to provide evidenceInformal: Reading Center Work, Accelerated ReaderLesson 19: "The Princess Who Became King" (Informational Text-Cross Curr. Social Studies Egypt)
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E06.B-K.1.1.1Introduce, illustrate, and elaborate an individual, event, or ideaLesson 5: "The Meyers Family" (Biography)
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C.C.1.2.6.CDetermine an author's point o f view or purpose in a text and explain how it is conveyed in the text.Journeys Leveled Readers
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E06.B-K.1.1.3Analyze the author's structure through the use of paragraphs, chapters, or sectionsNews ELA
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C.C.1.2.6.DDevelop ideas in text structureScholastic News
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E06.B-C.2.1.1Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in grade-level reading and content, including interpretation of figurative language in context. Nonfiction books for independent reading
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C.C.1.2.6.EUse of context, Greek and Latin affixes and roots, and technical wordsAnchor Charts
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E06.B-C.2.1.2Recognize word relationships and figurative language
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C.C.1.2.6.FIntegrate various types of media to develop an understanding of a topic
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E06.B-V.4.1.1-2Acquire and use accurately grade-appropriate academic and domain specific words or phrases.
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CC.1.2.6.GDetermine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple meaning words and phrases based on grade level reading and content.
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CC.1.2.6.JRead and comprehend literary nonfiction and informational text on grade-level, reading independently and proficiently.
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E06.B-V.4.1.1-2
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CC.1.2.6.K
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E06.B-V.4.1.1
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Unit/TopicStandards/
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Reading LiteratureFormal:*Leveled novels for independent reading
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CC.1.3.6.AThe students will be able to:*Cold ReadsJourneys Lessons
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E06.A-K.1.1.2Recognize various types of genres based on plot, setting, and text and graphic features*Journeys Lesson Test*Lesson 1: "The School Story" (Realistic Fiction)
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CC.1.3.6.BDevelop a character's mood, tone, and actions while reading*Quizzes *Visualizing setting project*Lesson 3: "The Fruit Bowl Project" (Realistic Fiction)
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E06.A-K.1.1.1Evaluate a story's structure and how it develops through the stages of plot*Novel Tests *Journal Entry (1)*Lesson 4: "The ACES Phone" (Science Fiction)
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CC.1.3.6.CState an author's purpose and provide textual evidence to support their reason*AIMS WebClose Reads
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E06.A-K.1.1.3Locate, define, and support symbolism in literature*Read Alouds
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CC.1.3.6.DDetermine the cause-and-effect relationship in various textsInformal:*Journeys Leveled Readers
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E06.A-C.2.1.1Provide text evidence when responding to what they have read*Reading Groups*Plot Structure Organizer
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CC.1.3.6.EUtilize text and graphic features to draw conclusions and support a common theme*ObservationsNovels (varies based on classroom and reading groups)
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E06.A-C.2.1.2Determine theme without opinions or personal judgements*Accelerated Reader
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CC.1.3.6.FDetermine meaning of words in literature, including figurative language
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E06.A.2.1.3Compare and contrast texts in different forms (characters, themes, point of view, etc.)*PSSA Coach
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E06.A-V.4.1.1-2
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CC.1.3.6.IDetermine or clarify the meaning of unknown words with the use of a range of strategies (context clue, use of resources, word break down)
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CC.1.3.6.KRead and comprehend literary fiction on grade level, reading independently and proficiently.
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Writing
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CC.1.4.6.MWrite narratives to develop real real or imagined experiences or events
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CC.1.4.6.NEngage and orient the reader by establishing a context and introducing a narrator and/or characters Formal: PA Writing RubricCommon Core Writing Handbook and Practice Book
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E06.C.1.3.1Organize an event sequence to that unfolds naturally and logically to support the writer's purposePersonal NarrativeWriting Organizers
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CC.1.4.6.OUse dialog, description, and pacing to develop experiences, events, and/or charactersFictional NarrativeRead-Alouds for examples
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Use precise words and phrases relevant descriptive details and sensory language to convey experiences and events.Journal Entry (1)Think Central
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E06.C.1.3.2 & .4Informal:Anchor Charts
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CC.1.4.6.POrganize an event sequence using transition words, phrases, and clauses to convey sequence and signal shifts from one time frame to another. Provide a conclusion that correlates to the sequence of the story.Peer Editing
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E06.C.1.3.1, .3, .5Teacher Rubrics
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CC.1.4.6.QWrite with an awareness of the styles of writing: vary sentence patterns, reader-listener interest and style, use precise language, and maintain a consistent voice.Practice Sheets
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E06.C.1.3.4Conferencing
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E06.D.2.1.1-5
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E06.E.1.1.4
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CC.1.4.6.RDemonstrate a grade appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar usage, capitalization, punctuation, and spelling.
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E06.D.1.1.1-8Pronouns in the proper case, intensive pronouns, inappropriate shifts in pronoun number and person, vague pronouns, inappropriate shift in verb tense, correcting fragments and run-ons, homophones, subject-verb agreement, pronoun-antecedent agreement
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E06.D.1.2.1-3Proper use of punctuation, proper use of spelling
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CC.1.4.6.SEvidence based writing supported by content drawn from literary or informational text
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E06.E.1.1.1-6intended audience, establish a situation, create an organizational structure in which ideas are logically grouped to support the writer's purpose.
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Evidence to support claims, opinions, ideas, and inferences to demonstrate an understanding of the text.
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Using appropriate transitions, precise language and domain-specific vocabulary, establish and maintain a formal style, provide an appropriate conclusion
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CC.1.4.6.TWith guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing through the writing process.
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CC.1.4.6.UUse technology to produce and publish writing, as well as to interact and collaborate with others. Demonstrate sufficient command of keyboarding skills to type a minimum of three pages in a single sitting.
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CC.1.4.6.VConduct short research projects drawing on several sources and refocusing the inquiry when appropriate.
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CC.1.4.6.WCredibility, reliability, and validity of sources.
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CC.1.4.6.XWrite routinely over extended time frames and shorter time frames, for a range of discipline-specific tasks, purposes, and audiences.
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Speaking and ListeningCC.1.5.6.AStudents will be able to:Book Talk rubricAnchor Charts
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CC.1.5.6.BPrepare and present an oral book talk to the classPeer evaluation rubricBook talk guidelines
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CC.1.5.6.CParticipate in daily discussions with appropriate volume, eye contact, and pronunciationObservations
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CC.1.5.6.DAnswer questions with textual evidence
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CC.1.5.6.EUse accountable talk when speaking with peers
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CC.1.5.6.GListen to other's ideas and opinions
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Interpret information from various media and formats
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