ELA Current resources and materials to meet CCCS Standards 9th

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ELA Current resources and materials to meet CCCS
Standard
s
Reading
Literature
(novels,
stories,
drama,
poetry)
9th grade
10th grade
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Prentice Hall
Gold: Timeless
Voices, Timeless
Themes
(anthology)
The Odyssey
Beowulfmodified
The Canterbury
Tales (selections
from)
Romeo and
Juliet-No Fear
Shakespeare
Cisneros-House
on Mango
Street
(contemporary)
The Holt Reader
(anthology)
Multicultural
Voices
(anthology)
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11th grade
Prentice Hall The
American
Experience:
Timeless Voices,
Timeless ThemesCP(anthology)
England and Western
Literature (anthology)
England in
Literature(anthology)
Macbeth/Macbeth
Made Easy/No Fear
Macbeth
DahlSkin(contemporary)
Multicultural Voices
(anthology)
The Concise
Anthology of
American
LiteratureHonors/AP/UCON
N
(anthology)
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The Crucible
Huckleberry Finn
To Kill a
Mockingbird
Of Mice and Men
12th grade
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Fiero-The
Humanistic
Tradition
CP/H/AP/UCONN
(anthology)
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Ibsen-A Doll’s
House
CP/H/AP/UCONN
Hedda GablerH/AP/UCONN
KafkaMetamorphosis
CP/H/AP/UCONN
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Read and respond
to classic and
contemporary
literature, identify,
analyze and
evaluate to
determine political
and social ideas
which characterize
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ShakespeareHamlet
Fitzgerald-The
Great GatsbyCP/H/AP/UCONN
Miller-Death of a
Salesman
CP/H/AP/UCONN
Salinger-Catcher
in the Rye
Albee-The Zoo
Story
Brecht-Waiting
for Godot
H/AP/UCONN
Informational
(non-fiction,
historical,
scientific,
technical)
Writing
Purposes
(narrative,
persuasive)
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Prentice Hall
Gold: Timeless
Voices, Timeless
Themes
The Holt Reader
Multicultural
Voices
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Non-fiction
(reading for
understanding
and critical
response with
CAPT imbedded
practice)
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Identify the
differences in
the structures
of fiction and
nonfiction.
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Non-fiction
(reading for
understanding
and critical
response with
CAPT imbedded
practice)
Develop a
critical stance
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Multicultural Voices
(anthology)
All Quiet on the
Western Front
The Boy in the Striped
Pajamas
Band of Brothers
Produce written, oral
and visual texts to
express, develop and
substantiate ideas and
experiences
Analyze and articulate
a critical stance in
both oral and written
responses to
those works
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Wilson-Fences
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Prentice Hall The
American
Experience:
Timeless Voices,
Timeless ThemesCP(anthology)
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Wiesel-Night
Fiero-The
Humanistic
Tradition
CP/H/AP/UCONN
(anthology)
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The Concise
Anthology of
American
LiteratureHonors/AP/UCON
N
(anthology)
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Understand the
purpose of
revision in the
writing process.
Demonstrate
knowledge of
cause and effect in
writing
Demonstrate and
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Test the validity
of an assertion
by examining the
evidence
Create and revise
a personal essay
(college )
Take notes
dialectically
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and cite
evidence to
support the
stance
literature.
understand
audience and
point of view in
writing
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Research
(process:
form a
question,
gather
information,
synthesize)
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Speaking
/
Listening
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Formal
(presentations
, debates)
Informal
(discussions)
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Apply the skills
of listening and
speaking
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Actively listen for
information and
record accurate and
useful notes from a
variety of media.
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Employ reading,
writing, speaking and
performing skills in
effectively
communicating ideas.
Use authentic
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Recognize and
produce text
with stylistic
variations
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Communicate
abstract ideas
through a variety
of media
Understand and
respect diversity
Synthesize
information
Demonstrate
proper formal
outlining
Apply research
paper techniques
that answer the
essential question
Evaluate the
validity of sources
to authenticate
research and
answer self
generated
questions
Understand
debate structure
Use appropriate
formal and
informal diction
Understand how
style and content
of spoken
language varies in
different contexts
Use appropriate
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knowledge and textual
evidence to
participate actively in
daily class discussion
Language
Grammar
(conventions
of standard
English
grammar and
usage)
Vocabulary
(context,
patterns of
words,
figurative
language)
formal and
informal diction
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Vocabulary Workshop
E/F (stand-alone)
Use proper
conventions of
written and oral
language
Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary
Workshop F/G
in language use,
patterns and
dialects across
cultures, ethnic
groups,
geographic
regions, and
social roles
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