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English Language Arts, Grade 6 Module 1: Reading Closely and Writing to Learn, Student Journal

English Language Arts, Grade 6 Module 1: Reading Closely and Writing to Learn, Student Journal

PCG Education

ISBN: 978-1-119-10523-7

Sep 2015, Jossey-Bass

176 pages

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Student Journal to accompany Paths to College and Career, English Language Arts, Grade 6, Module 1.

Unit 1 1

Quick Write 1

Examples of Nonlinguistic Representations of Learning Target Vocabulary 2

“Shrouded in Myth” by Jessica Fisher Neidl 3

“Shrouded in Myth” by Jessica Fisher Neidl 4

Fist-to-Five Chart 5

Exit Ticket 6

Questions from the Text 7

Exit Ticket 8

Homework   9

Entrance Ticket 10

Exit Ticket 11

Homework 12

Entrance Ticket 13

Exit Ticket 14

Homework 15

Prefix  List 16

Using Prefixes 17

Questions for Question Baskets 18

Homework 19

Mid-Unit Assessment 20

Quick Write 23

The Hero’s Journey 24

Recording Form 27

Exit Ticket 28

Vocabulary in “The Hero’s Journey” 29

Exit Ticket 30

Homework 31

Carousel of Quotes 32

Selecting Evidence 33

Homework 34

Partner Writing 35

Text-Dependent Questions 36

Selecting Evidence 37

Exit Ticket 38

Homework 39

Selecting Evidence 40

Selecting Evidence 41

Peer Feedback 42

Homework 43

End-of-Unit 1 Assessment 44

2-Point Rubric 46

Unit 2 47

Using Text Details to Make an Inference about Percy Jackson 47

“Myths and Legends” 48

The Lightning Thief Word-Catcher 49

“Myths and Legends” 50

Exit Ticket 51

Differentiated Exit Ticket Scaffold 52

Reading Closely: Guiding Questions 53

Reading Closely: Approaching the Text 54

Cronus 55

The Myth of Cronus 56

Thinking Deeply about Vocabulary 57

Chapter 10, Pages 155–156 58

Homework 59

Topics of Universal Themes 60

Distinguishing between Topics and Thematic Statements 61

Exit Ticket 63

Differentiated  Exit  Ticket 64

Homework 65

Venn Diagram 66

The Key Elements of Mythology 67

Exit Ticket 69

Questions from The Lightning Thief, Chapter 14 70

Task Card 71

Notes 72

Notes 73

Model Analytical Mini-Essay 75

Elements of Myth Graphic Organizer 76

Theme Graphic Organizer 77

Homework 78

Prometheus Allusion Vocabulary Questions 80

Reading Closely 81

Prometheus 82

Homework 83

Reading Closely: Analyzing Details 84

Elements of Myth Graphic Organizer 85

Elements of Myth Graphic Organizer 86

Theme Graphic Organizer 87

Partner Writing 88

Peer Critique Recording Form 90

Mid-Unit 2 Assessment 91

Grades 6–8 Expository Writing Evaluation Rubric 93

End-of-Unit 2 Assessment Prompt 96

The Fates 97

The Story of Medusa and Athena 98

Theseus and the Minotaur 100

Grades 6–8 Expository Writing Evaluation Rubric 103

Grades 6–8 Expository Writing Evaluation Rubric 106

Homework 108

Exit Ticket 109

Homework 110

Grades 6–8 Expository Writing Evaluation Rubric 111

Sentence Complexity and Variety 113

Commonly Used Conjunctions 114

Homework 115

Theme Graphic Organizer 116

Model Literary Analysis 117

Theme Graphic Organizer 118

Introduction Paragraph Graphic Organizer 119

Conclusion Paragraph Graphic Organizer 120

Grades 6–8 Expository Writing Evaluation Rubric 121

Homework 122

Peer Critique Guidelines 124

Stars and Steps Recording Form 125

Pronouns Anchor Chart 126

Pronoun Sentences 127

Grades 6–8 Expository Writing Evaluation Rubric 128

End-of-Unit 2 Assessment Prompt 131

Grades 6–8 Expository Writing Evaluation Rubric 132

Homework 133

Unit 3 134

Narrative Story Line 134

Exit Ticket 136

Model Narrative 137

Hero’s Journey Narrative 139

Thinking about Elements of Story and Theme Checklist 141

Mid-Unit 3 Assessment 142

Independent Reading 143

“The Golden Key” 144

Using Strong Action Verbs 145

Exit Ticket 146

Similarities and Differences between Conclusions in Analytical Writing and Narratives 147

What Makes the Conclusion of “The Golden Key” Compelling? Note-Catcher 148

Narrative Conclusion 149

Transitions to Show Time and Place 150

End-of-Unit 3 Assessment 152