UEN Resources for K-12 Education
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Here are some resources to help your students improve their argumentative writing skills.
A Guide for Educators
Here are digital textbooks created by groups of content and teaching experts, including university faculty, district and school specialists, teachers, and USBE staff.
Digital Media Arts Education encompasses digital arts + interconnectivity across all aesthetic, artistic and academic elements, forms, contents, disciplines and domains, for the purposes of learning and creating.
These Performance Task Templates and Lesson Plans, developed by Utah educators, align to the Elementary Utah Core.
Visit UEN's English Language Arts page to view the Utah core and support materials.
These literacy resources have been gathered to help District Literacy Coordinators and Instructional Coaches with their professional development activities.
Free educational resources for middle school, high school and college students and instructors - including video demonstrations, interactives and test prep.
A collection of online resources to help students write effective persuasive essays.
Utah’s secondary educators have designed well scaffolded lessons that support the increased cognitive rigor of the Utah literacy standards. The focus of this project is presidential writings.
Here "Close Reading Rubrics" and "Argumentative Writing Rubrics" for Secondary English Language Arts.
These sample assessments for Secondary English Language Arts have been vetted by select Utah Educators and the USBE English Language Arts Specialist.
This rubric will help you evaluate the Text Complexity of Informational Text.
This rubric was designed to help you evaluate the Text Complexity of Literary Text.
Text sets and writing prompts for grades K-12.
This guide includes strategies for improving literacy achievement and outcomes for children in grades K–12.
Samples for grades K-12 for information and opinion/argument writing.
A collection of books written and illustrated by Utah students.