Writing Standards for LLWP
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#Writing Standards for LLWP
Possible Writing Pieces
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1I can write an argument with clear reasons and relevant evidence, where I:Speech, persuasive essay
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a - introduce claims, acknowledge and distinguish my claims from opposing claims, and organize the reasons/evidence logically,
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b - support claims with logical and relevant reasons, use credible sources and demonstrate understanding of the topic,
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c - use words, phrases, and clauses to create cohesion and clarify relationships,
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d - establish and maintain a formal style, and
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e - provide a concluding statement or section that flows from the presented argument.
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2I can write an informative piece, which examines a topic and convey ideas, where I:Advertisement, Lab Report, Science Essay, Research Paper,
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a - introduce a topic, organize ideas with appropriate structure, include formatting, graphics, and multimedia when useful,
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b - use facts, definitions, details, and quotations, or other examples to develop the topic,
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c - use appropriate transitions to create cohesion and clarify relationships,
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d - use precise language and vocabulary to explain about the topic,
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e - establish and maintain a formal style, and
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f - provide a concluding statement or section that supports the information presented.
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3I can write a real or imagined narrative with descriptive details and effective technique, where I:Short Story
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a - establish a context and point of view, introduce a narrator and/or characters, and organize a logical event sequence,
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b - use dialogue, descriptions, pacing, and reflection to develop events and characters,
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c - use transitional words, phrases, and clauses to convey sequence, signal shifts, and relationships,
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d - use precise words and phrases and sensory details and language to convey experiences
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and events, and
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e - provide a conclusion that follows the form and reflects on the narrated events.
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4I can produce clear, coherent writing in which the development, organization, and style are appropriate for eighth grade tasks, purposes, and audiences.Play, research paper, essay, book report, letter
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5I can use guidance from my peers and adults to plan, revise, and edit my writing.Any
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6I can try new approaches and focus on addressing my purpose and audience in my writing.Play, song, speech, persuasive essay, advertisement
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7I can use technology to produce and publish my work, and present relationships among ideas.Website,
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8I can use the Internet to interact and collaborate with my peers on writing projects.Google Docs
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9I can conduct short research projects, that use several sources to answer a specific question.Research paper, lab report
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10I can generate additional focused questions, if needed, during my research.Research
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11I can gather information from multiple sources (print and digital) and assess credibility and accuracy of those sources.Research, essays
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12I can correctly quote or paraphrase information found for my finished work.Essays, persuasive, speeches
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13I can follow a standard format for citation in my work.Essays, research, persuasive
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14I can use evidence from literature to support analysis, reflection, and research in my writing.Book report, essay, book review, article
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15I can use evidence from informational text to support analysis, reflection, and research in my writing.Essays, lab reports, research writing (like I-Search)
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16I can write for a range of time, tasks, purposes, and audiences.Any - Children's Book
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