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English Language Arts Grade 6 [2011]
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Reading: Literature Standard 1
Cite textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.
 
USOE-Approved Lesson Plans   USOE-Approved Lesson Plans
  • Argumentative Writing/WWI & WWII Unit
    In this 28 day unit, students will gain background information on historic wars, compare different genres’ presentations of events, recognize different points of view, research an essential question, compile evidence, create warrants that lead to a claim which answers the essential question, and write an argumentative essay.

    Cheryl Dominguez helped to crystallize the Essential Question #2 Graphic Organizer idea.

  • The Black Snowman, An Interdisciplinary Unit
    This lesson will involve work in oral language, concepts of print, spelling, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension, and writing with the use of one book, The Black Snowman.
 
Thinkfinity Lesson Plans   Lesson Plans
  • Action Is Character: Exploring Character Traits with Adjectives
    By "becoming" a character in a novel they have read and making lists from that character's perspective, students analyze the character while also enriching their vocabulary. Students gain a deeper understanding of a character by creating charts linking the character's actions with the character's traits.
  • Literature Circles: Getting Started
    This lesson from ReadWriteThink explores Literature Circles, a great way to supplement a reading program in a literature-based classroom. Students create and answer comprehension questions, discover new vocabulary, and examine elements of literature.
  • Poems that Tell a Story
    In this lesson, students read, discuss, and analyze selected poems by Robert Frost. The activities that make up this lesson encourage students to draw inferences about a poem's speaker based on evidence contained within the poem and to gather evidence supporting those inferences. From this page, teachers can access all materials needed to complete the lesson.
  • The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
    Washington Irving's tale of the Headless Horseman has become a Halloween classic, although few Americans celebrated that holiday when the story was new. In this unit from EDSITEment, students explore the artistry that helped make Irving our nation's first literary master and ponder the mystery that now haunts every Halloween--What happened to Ichabod Crane?
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