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SIS English Language Arts Curriculum Guide

Grade 8
2013-2014
Focus

Grammar
Focus

Writing Focus/ Standards Info

Objectives:
Language
Language Checklist

CIPP / CCCS
SOLs
1st Quarter

8 Weeks

Concrete and
Abstract
Nouns
GW
(158,381)
+ components
Verbs
Prewriting
GW (400-433)GW (619)
+ components Plan
Drafting
GW (44-45)
Voice GW (6)
Common/
Proper/
Nouns
GW(381) +
components
Plurals
GW (687688)
Reflexive/
Writing About
Intensive
Reading
Pronouns

1, 2, 6, 13, 13.1, 14
1,1.3,6,8,10.3,13, RC:IV-1
L:I-1
L:III-2

RC-L:III-2 1,2,4,9
RV: III,
1,2,4,9
RC-L:IV-1
L-InfC:I-2
L-InfC:II1
L-InfC:III
L-E:II-1 3,5,6
L-E:II-2
L-E:II-3

1.3,6,8,10.3

L:I-2
L:I-7

1,1.3,2,8,14

RC:II-5
RC:III-2

RC-L:IV-2 2,3
Lg-M:I

1.1,2,4, 4.1,6

RC:IV-4

RC-F:I-1 1,2.3,7,10,
RC-F:II-1
RC-F:II-4

GW(445) +
components

RC-F:II-5
RC-F:II-6
RC-F:IV-2
L-InfC:I-1
L-FC:I-1
L-FC:I-3
L-FC:II
L-FC:III-1
L-FC:III-2
Revising
GW (6)
Editing
GW (44)
Presenting
Voice (93, 95)
GW (6)

Pronouns as Writing About


Subjects and Reading
Objects GW
(166) +
components

1.3,8,14

L:II-1
L:V-1

1,1.3,2,4,4.4,10.31 RC:I-2
3,14,
RC:IV-3
L:I-6

4,5,6,9,11,
Lg-E:III-3
L-LC:II-2
L-LC:IV

RC-Inf:I-2 1,2.3,7,10,
RC-Inf:I-3
RC-Inf:II1
RC-Inf:III2

Pronouns as
Objects of
Prepositions
GW (166) +
components
Taking Notes
GW (49)

1.1,2,9.1,13

1,2.3,7,10,

Using a Diagram
to Compare Tone
Adjectives
GW (813)
Adverbs
GW (813)

1,1.1,2,4,8,

RC:IV-4
L:I-8

RV:I
1,2.3,7,10,
RC-Inf:IV1
RC-Inf:IV-

+
components

Comparative Writing about


& Superlative Reading
GW (467,
813)
+
components

1,1.1,2,2.1,3,12,

Articles and
Demonstrative
Adjectives
GW
(463,813) +
components
Double
Writing about 1,1.1,2.1,8
Negatives
Reading
GW (471) +
components
Prepositions Writing about 1,2,10
GW (819) + Reading
components
Researching and 1,1.1,2,8,13.1
Writing (272)
GW (226-228)

RC:II-5
RC:III-2
L:I-8

RC:II-5
RC:IV-2

3
L-LC:II-3
L-LC:II
L-InfC:II3
L-InfC:IV
L-LC:II-3 1,2.3,7,10,

L-LC:II-1 1,2.3,7,10,

L-LC:II-4 1,2.3,7,10,
RC:IV-4

RC:I
1,2.3,7,10,
RC-Inf:II3
RC-Inf:IV1
RC-Inf:IV3

2nd Quarter

9 weeks

Unit 3Informational
Articles
Warm-Up
A Tremendous
Trade
(288-295) RL 7.0
ARNG (103-105)
UR (2-8)

Irony
Evidence
Photographs
(295)
Tone
(293)
GW (820)

Reading
Workshop 1
In Response to
Executive Order
9066 ( 310-315)
ARNG 107-113)
UR (9-11,13)

Symbol
ARNG (106)

Units 3-4

Unit 3: Informational Articles and Poetry


2,4,4.1,4.3

Multiple Meaning End


Writing About
Words (299)
Punctuation Reading
LVD (24)
GW (599) UR
(14)

Writing Workshop Primary and


1
Secondary Sources
(317)
Research Report
GW (228-229)
(316-321)
UR (15)
Writing a Thesis
(319)
GW (234-236)

SPW (21-24)

Reading
Workshop 2
Cruise Control
(330-335) RL 6.5
ARNG (114-120)

Multiple Meaning Fragments


Words
That Lack a
Subject or a
Related Words
Verb
(324)
GW (428,

Nonfiction
(322)
GW (818)
Evidence
GW (816)

2,3,4.3,

RC-L:II-5 1,2.3,7,10,

RC:IV-2

Simple
Prewriting GW 8,10,13,13.1,13.2, L:III-1
Sentences
(226-227)
GW (369,
Research
505, 820) UR Outline
(16)
Drafting
GW (236-237)
Cite Sources
GW (843)
Writing About
Reading

4,4.1,8,11

RC:III-3

RV:II
1,2.3,7,10,
L-LC:II-1

Lg-M:II 4,5,6,9,11,
Lg-E:I-1
Lg-E:I-2
Lg-E:II-1
Lg-E:II-2
Lg-E:II-3

RV:II
1,2.3,7,10,
RC-Inf:II3
RC-Inf:IV1

UR (17-18,21)

Humor
Anecdotes
(330)
GW (813)

Word Structure
(330)
LVD (26)

478)
UR (20)

Lg-M:II
Lg-E:I-1
Lg-E:I-2

Dependent
Clauses as
Sentence
Fragments
UR (22)
GW (361,
816)

Writing Workshop
Part 2

SPW (25-28)

Research Report
(380-385)
UR (29-30)

Reading
Workshop 4
Tattoos: Fad,
Fashion, or Folly?
(386-397)
UR (33)
RL 6.3
We Real Cool
The Market
Economy
(398-403) ARNG
(140, 142-148)

Photographs
UR (32)
Alliteration
ARNG (141)

Revising
1,8,9.1,13,13.1,
GW (238-239, 13.2,14
241)
Editing
GW (240)
Presenting
GW (843-846)

Applying Good
Writing Traits:
Conventions
GW
(815,839,847)
Word References Direct Objects Writing About 1,3,3.1,4,4.5,14
Writing
Latin Roots (394- Indirect
395) GW (671, Objects
820)
GW
LVD (29)
(403,405) UR
(34)

L:V-I

Lg:-E:III-3 4,5,6,9,11,
L-LC:II-2

RC:I-1
RC:II-1

RC-L:I-1 1,2.3,7,10,
RC-L:II-3
RC-L:II-4
RC-L:II-5
RC-L:III-1
RC-Inf:I-3
RC-Inf:II1
RC-Inf:II3
RC-Inf:IV1

UR (31) (35)
Reading Across
Bias
Texts Workshop
Wearing Hijab:
Photographs
Veil of Valor (404412) RL 8.4
Writers Sources
-from Zoyas Story
(413-419) RL 5.8 Writers
ARNG (149-151) Qualifications
UR (36)
Description

LVD (30-31)

2,4,4.1,4.4,

RC-Inf:II- 1,2.3,7,10,
3

1,1.3,2,2.1

1,2.3,7,10,

Unit 4- Poetry
Warm-Up

Foreshadowing (423) Unit Voc Rev


(41-42)
Making Inferences Acad Voc Rev
(423)
(44-45)
Sp (46-47)
Irony (429)
SPW (29-30)
Rhyme
Alliteration

1,1.1,3,3.1

RC-L:III-1 1,2.3,7,10,
RC-L:III-2

The Road Not


Taken
(442-447)
ARNG (153-155)
UR (2-8)
Reading
Workshop 1
Wishing Well
(448-455)

Free Verse
ARNG (156)
UR (10)
Examples

1,1.1,3,4,4.1,10.3 L:I-1
L:I-2
L-I-3
L:I-5

Point of View (414)


GW (164-167)
Figurative Language
(415)
Wrap-Up
The Ransom of
Red Chief
(420-435)
UR (37-40)

Compound Nouns Subject-Verb Writing About


GW (383)
Agreement Reading
Compound

Subject-Verb

1,2.3,7,10,

ARNG (157-159)
UR (9,11)

Adjectives
GW (613)

Agreement
with Noun
UR (12)

Parts of Speech
Writing Workshop Examples
Part 1
(464)

SPW (31-34)

Writing a Poem
(464-467)
UR (14)

Subject-Verb Prewriting:
Agreement Ideas and Details
with
Compound Purpose and
Subjects GW Audience
(549)
GW (67)
UR (15)
Drafting
GW (44-45)

L:I-2
L:I-3
L:II-1

Lg-M:II 4,5,6,9,11,
Lg-E:I-1
Lg-E:I-2
Lg-E:II-1
Lg-E:II-2
Lg-E:II-3

Applying Good
Writing
Traits: Word
Choice
TWE (465) GW
(38)
Reading
Workshop 2
Mother to Son
Harlem
(468-475)
ARNG (161,163167)
UR (16,18)

Metaphor &
Simile
(469)
ARNG (162)
UR (17)
Lyrics

Reading Workshop Repetition


3
(487)

Dialect

Word Choice
Audience
LVD (33)

Agreement Writing About


When
Reading
Subjects Are
Separated
from Verbs
UR (19)
Agreement in
Inverted
Sentences
Subject-Verb
Agreement
with

1,3,3.1,5,10.3,11,1 RC:II-5
4
RC:III-2
RC:III-3
L:I-3
L:I-5
L:II-2

RC-L:IV-3 1,2.3,7,10,
L:I
L-LC-III

1,3.1,10.3,14,

RC-L:III-1 1,2.3,7,10,
Lg-M:2
Lg-E:I-1

L:I-3
L:I-5

-from To the
Democratic National
Convention (482489)
ARNG (168-174)
UR (22)

Indefinite
Pronouns
GW (443)
UR (23)

Lg-E:I-2
L-LC:III
L-LC:II-4
L-LC:III

Subject-Verb
Agreement
with
Collective
Nouns
GW (389)
UR (26)

Writing Workshop Rhyme


Part 2
Rhythm
Repetition
Writing Product:
Alliteration
Poem
Metaphor &
(496-499)
Simile
UR (27)
(498)

SPW (35-38)

Reading
Workshop 4
O, Captain! My
Captain!
(500-507)
ARNG (175-180)
UR (30-31)

Word Choice
Subject-Verb Writing About
(510-511,513)
Agreement in Reading
Word Order (505) Relative
Specialized Words Clauses
(511)
Special
LVD (35)
Singulars UR
(32)

Rhyme
ARNG (181)
Instructions
(512)
Allusion
(500)
Speaker
(502)
Metaphor &
Simile
(501)

Reading Across
Internal/External
Texts Workshop Conflict
from Thuras Diary (520)
Escaping

Writing a Poem: 3.1,8,14,


Revising,
Editing,
Presenting

L-Lg:III-3 4,5,6,9,11,
L-LC:II-2
L-LC:III

Word Choice
(498)
GW (38)

Diction
(523)
Word Choice

1.1,3.1,4.1,4.5,
10.3,

Using a Diagram 2.1,4,4.1,8,

RC:I-3
L:I-1
L:I-3

RC-L:III-1 1,2.3,7,10,
RC-Inf:III2
Lg-M:II
Lg-E:I-1
Lg-E:I-2

1,2.3,7,10,

(516-529)
ARNG (182-186)
UR (34)

Plot
(518)

(526)
LVD (37-38)

Personification (520)

Wrap-Up
from Reading at
Night
(530-535)
UR (35-38)
3ed Quarter

Figurative Language
(527)
Alliteration
Unit Voc Rev (39- SPW (39-40)
40)
Acad Voc Rev
(43-44)
Sp (45-46)

9 Weeks

Warm-Up
Born Worker RP:
546-57 RL 5.5
ARNG: 187-188

1,3,3.1

1,2.3,7,10,

Units 5-6 Short Story and Drama

characteriz. UR:10
plot
theme
conflict setting
tone
irony

Verbs (556)
WC: 401,
407, 411

Reading Workshop Purpose of direct


1
quotes in text
UR: 13
ARNG: 190, 197
The Question of Conflict
Popularity
Tone
RP: 572-79 RL 5.7 Theme
ARNG: 189, 191196

Word Families
Base words
act & use
RP: 572
LVD:40
UR: 41

Writing Workshop character RP: 580


Part 1
UR: 14
Writing a short story plot RP: 580
RP:580-583
conflict RP: 581
imagery RP: 581

SPW:41-42

Reading Workshop Sensory images RP: Suffixes (586)

Expository
writing:
A news report
RP: 557

1
1.1
2
2.1
5
Clauses
Expository/
1
RP: 571,579 Persuasive
2
UR: 12
essay (578)
4
WC: 505-516 conveying info 6
Phrases
WC: 202-4
8
RP:571, 579 Workshop
WC: 391-2, WC: 266-85
411-12, 48186
Compound & Narrative
1
complex
Writing:
2
sentences
Pre-writing and 2.1
(583)
drafting RP: 580- 8
WC: 369, 507 582
UR: 15
dialogue & suspense RP: 582
Commas in Poem (591)
1

8
13
14
9
12.1
13
14

RC/L:
III-2

R III-2
R II-5

10
11
14

1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
6

6
7
11
12
7
10
11
12

4
5
6
9
11
12
L IV-2

2
587 ARNG: 199
-an -ian
an african
Repetition &
-ance -ence
american
symbolism review
-ation -ist
RP: 586-593
RP: 588
-ion -ness
UR: 17
plot UR: 19
LVD: 41
ARNG:198, 200-6
Reading Workshop Theme RP: 622 UR: Synonyms &
3
23
Antonyms
A Year of Living Devices for getting RP: 620
Bravely
the readers attenPrefixes
RP: 620-27 RL4.7 tion RP: 621-22
RP: 620
ARNG: 207, 209- ARNG: 208, 214
copre213
postUR: 22, 26
LVD: 46
Writing Workshop Plot & character RP: SPW: Prefixes
Part 2
628, 629, 631
4346
Conflict & ResoRP: 62833
lution RP: 632 UR:
27, 28
Reading Workshop Tone RP: 653-54,
Suffixes
4 UR: 33
647-58
RP: 652
From Savion!: My ARNG: 216, 225
WC: 673
Life in Tap
Characteriz. Rev.
-ly -ic -ive
RP:652-61 RL 4.9
RP: 655
-ful -ous
ARNG: 215, 217- Setting UR: 30
LVD: 49
224
Inferences UR: 29
Comparing Lit.
Characterization
Affixes RP:664
Workshop
ARNG: 226-227
-ous -ly
A Retrieved Re- Point of view
im- -able
formation
Irony
un- -ive
ARNG: 228
Foreshadowing
Context clues RP:
RP:664-73 RL 6.9
665, 667
A Retrieved ReLVD: 50-52
formation (gr.)
Characterization
SPW: 47-48
ARNG: 229
ARNG: 230
RP: 674-85
Wrap-Up
Analogies

compound &
complex
sentences
RP: 593, 603
WC: 603-4

2
2.1
4
5

10
13.1
14

Sentence
combining
RP:627
UR: 25
WC: Fluency
74-76

1
2
4
8
9

10.3
13
13.1
14

Compound & Organization of


complex sent. narratives (629
(continued) WC: 160-162
Dialogue
RP: 631
Run-On
Sentences
RP:651, 661
UR: 32

1
2
2.1
6
8
1
2
4
6
8

10
11
14

2
3
4
5

7
9
10

R IV-2

1
2
3
4
7

10

R IV-3

4
5
6
9
11
1
2
3
7

12

1
2
3

7
10
12

12

9
13
13.1
14

Comparative
1
Essay (exp.)
2
WC: 204, 210-124
Prewriting Chart 4.1
RP: 663
4.5
WC: 199
6
Drafting/
Writing RP: 685
WC: 199-200

8
10
13
13.1
14

Filling out a chart1

13

RC/L:
II-2

10

Thank You in
Arabic
RP: 686-99
RL 6.1
UR: 35-38
Unit 6
Dialogue & MoWarm Up
nologue RP: 712
The Diary of Anne
Frank Act 1, Sc. 1- Stage directions RP:
2
712
RP:712-31 RL 4.0
ARNG: 231-232
UR: 2-4
Reading
Act & Scenes (735)
Workshop 1
UR: 10
ARNG: 233
Dialogue & moThe Diary of Anne nologue RP: 765
Frank A. 1, Sc.3-5 ARNG: 234, 244
RP:732-89
UR:13
UR:9, 11
ARNG: Sc. 4 23543
Reading Workshop Stage directions
2
RP: 797
The Diary of Anne UR: 17
Frank A. 2 RP: ARNG: 246, 261
796-845
Irony review
ARNG: 245, Sc.2: RP: 804
247-260
Mood RP: 825
UR: 16;Sc.1,2:18; UR: 20
Sc. 3,4: 21
Reading Workshop
3
Standing Tall
RP:860-867
RL 9.3
ARNG: 262-269

RP: 696
WC: 724
Reviews UR:3945
SPW: 49-50
Ellipsis points in
dialogue
RP: 719
Multiple-meaning
words RP: 720
Figurative
language
RP: 729
Word parts RP:734Commas in
Historical initems in a
Fluence on
series RP:763
English RP:764 Commas with
LVD: 53-56
direct quotations RP:789
WC:601, 605
UR:12

as pre-writing & 4
writing a
8
reflection
RP: 687
Expository
writing RP: 72627
WC: 198+
Diary entry
RP: 731

1
2
4
6

Journal Response 1
to a characters 2
comment in play 4
RP: 788
4.1
5
6

Anglo-Saxon
roots RP:796
oral vocabulary
ques. RP:796
word parts
(RP:824
LVD: 57-60

Commas with Letter RP: 822


-interrupters
RP: 823 &
-appositives
RP: 845
WC: 601
-phrase/clause
UR:19, 22, 15

Content-Area
words
RP: 860
LVD: 63

Commas in
-relative cl.
RP:859
WC: 603
UR: 26
-direct addr.

1
2
4
6
7
13

Creating a
1
glossary RP: 866 4
8

14

2
3
7

7
13
13.1
14

RC/L:
II-1
III-2

1
2
3
4

5
6
9
12

8
9
9.1
13
13.1
14

RC II-2
RC III-2
L IV-2

RC/L:
II-1
RC/I:
II-4
Lg/M:
III

1
2
3
4
5
6

13.1
14

RC III-2
L IV-2

Lg/M:
III

1
2
3
4
5

6
9
10
12

1
2
3

4
10

9
13

9
10
12

UR: 23, 27
Reading Workshop Sound devices:
4
onomatopoeia
and sometimes i
RP:875
hear this song in my ARNG:271, 276
head
Literal & FiguraRP:874-79
tive language
ARNG:270, 272RP: 882
275
UR: 30-31
Comparing Lit.
Figurative language
Workshop
RP:890
UR: 35
ARNG:277-78, 281
Welcome
simile
RP:890-904
symbol
RL 4.7
metaphor
ARNG:279
personification
Alone RP:905-9
(poem)
ARNG: 280
Wrap-Up
Dialogue &
Flinn, on the Bus Monologue RP:912
RP:910-13
Fiction vs. nonUR: 39
fiction RP:914-15

4th Quarter

9 Weeks

Unit 7
Warm-Up
ARNG: 283-284
UR: 2-4
A Letter to Sen.
Edwards

Persuasive appeals
RP: 926 UR: 10
Author bias
RP: 926
WC: 756-57
Faulty Reasoning

Latin Roots RP:


874
sist
vers
scrib port
dict
uni
UR: 42
SPW: 51-56
Historical influences on
English RP:892
Writing Sen-tences
with voc. words
RP:892
LVD:65

RP: 867
WC:601
Commas to Analyzing poem
prevent con- with an imagery
fusion RP:879 chart RP: 878
& dates & addr. RP:889
WC:601, 605
UR:32, 34

Comparison
1
paper:
2
WC:204, 210-12 3.1
Prewriting
4
RP: 891
6
Drafting &
8
writing RP: 909

Unit Voc Rev


Acad Voc Rev
Units 1-5
UR: 40-46
SPW: 57-58,
Rev 59-60

Units 7-8

Create a
newspaper ad
RP: 910
WC: 286-88
UR: 36
Write a poem
RP: 911
UR: 37, 38
Historical Texts and Persuasion

SPW: 61-62

1
2
3.1
4

Persuasive
Writing
WC: 261+

4.1
8
9.1
14

14

RC II-5
L IV-2

RC/L:
III-1

1
2
3
4

5
6
10
12

RC III-3

RC/L:
IV-3

1
2
3

10

6
8
11
12

RC/L:
IV-3

1
2
14

RC/F:
I
II-4
III 2,3
IV-2

1
2
3
4
5

1
4
8
13

RC/L:
III-2

1
2
3
12

RP: 926-929
RP: 926
RL 8.0
Reading Workshop Fact vs. opinion
1
ARNG: 285, 294
from The Measure Appeal to ethics
of Our Success RP: ARNG: 286, 295
942-951
RL 10.2
ARNG: 287-293
UR: 13
Writing Workshop
Part 1

Denotation &
connotation RP:
948
Word Parts RP:
942
LVD: 67

SPW:63-64

Persuasive Essay
RP: 952A 955
UR: 14
Reading Workshop Appeal to emotions
2
RP:959
All Together Now Point of View in NF
RP:958-965
UR: 19
RL 5.9
ARNG:296, 298302
UR: 16, 17
Reading Workshop Author bias
3
RP:979, 987
Teen Curfews
WC:756-57
RP:986-991
UR: 23
RL 7.9
ARNG:305, 311
ARNG:304, 306310
UR: 22, 26

New vocabulary RP:956


Word parts
in-; -able
RP: 958
Denotation &
connotation
RP:966
LVD:68
New vocabulary RP:986
Semantic
slanting
Think/Pair/
Share RP:986
Mult.-Meaning words
RP:986
LVD:71

Colons to
Writing a speech 1
intro. items RP: 950
4
RP:941
WC: 772-74
4.3
WC:607
8
UR:12
& to sep.items
RP:951
WC: 607
UR: 12
Apostrophes Persuasive Essay 4
RP:955
RP:952
9
WC: 611-612 -supporting
13.1
UR: 15
reasons
14
-organization
-intro. & concl.
RP:952954
Semicolons
1
RP:965
2
WC: 607-608
4
UR: 18
4.1
with conjunctive adv.
RP: 975
WC:607-608
UR: 21
Quotation
Writing a letter to 1
Marks
the editor RP:990 4
RP:985, 991 Business ltr.
4.4
WC:609-610WC:230-232
7
UR:25, 27 Ltr. to Editor 8
WC:290- 292
9
13
14

9
13
14

L IV-5

Lg/E:
II - 1,2

4
5
6

7
8
12

1
2
3
4
5

6
7
8
10
12

8
9
13
14

L IV-4

Writing Workshop Persuasive appeals


Part 2
RP:996
Persuasive Essay
RP:992-997

Word choice
RP:993
Use a thesaurus to
choose good
words for
Paper
SPW: 65-66

Persuasive Essay:1
writing traits
2
RP: 992
4
--revising check- 13
list/rubric
14
WC: 261+
Fluency RP:994
WC: 74-76
UR: 28, 29
connotation/
Dashes
Persuasive
1
denotation
RP: 1005
Poster RP:1004 2
RP: 1006
WC: 613-614 WC: 286+
4
UR: 42
UR: 33
6
LVD: 72
Parentheses
SPW: 67-68
RP: 1017
WC:613-614
UR: 33
Connotation RP:
Write an
1
1021
expository essay 2
Denotation &
RP: 1033
4
connotation
WC: 197+
13
RP: 1026-29
14
LVD:73-74
SPW: Rev Unit 7
69-70

Reading Workshop Climax RP:1007


4
ARNG:313, 326
Stop the Sun
Conflict RP:1009
RP:1006-1017
Faulty Reasoning
RL 4.0
UR: 31
ARNG:312, 314325
UR: 30, 34
Reading Across
Persuasive appeals
Texts Workshop
review
UR: 35
RP: 1018-19
Teens Tackle
ARNG: 327, 331
Pollution in their
Communities
Appeal to
RP:1020-1025
Ethics
RL 10.1
Reason
ARNG: 329
Emotion
A Change in
Climate RL 8
RP: 1026-33
ARNG: 330
Wrap-Up
Review of persuaDen & con
The Treasure of
sive appeals RP: 1039 RP:1037
Lemon Brown
Ext def RP:1042
RP: 1036-1043
Conflict RP:1037
Voc. review
RL 5.3
RP:1036
UR: 39
Climax RP:1037 & UR: Acad Voc
1043
Rev

Proofread
backwards
RP: 993

Write a proposal
for a change
RP: 1035
WC: 197+
UR: 37
Collaborative
Mural RP:1034

1
2
4
6
8

4
5
6
7
8
12

8
9
13
14

RC/F:
I
II 1-6
III 1-3
IV 1-2

RC:
III-1

10
14

1
2
3
4
5

6
7
8
10
12

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

10
12

1
2
3
4
5
6

7
8
9
10
12

Sp 40-46
Unit 8
UR: 2-4
Warm-Up
I Have a Dream
RP: 1056-1063
ARNG: 333-334

UR: 36 &
Rubrics 38
Journal entry:
1
powerful images 2
in speech
4
RP:1063

Style RP:1056, 1060 Archaic lang.


Metaphor RP:1058 words from
Cultural refer-ences: Lincolns sp.
Shakes- speare,
RP:1057
Lincoln, songs
Figurative
RP:1057, 1058, 1062, language les-son
1063
RP:1059
SPW:71-72
Reading Workshop Imagery RP:1067,
English as a
Misd words Descriptive
1
1
1069, 1071
changing lang. RP:RP:1073
writing in journal 2
Volar
ARNG:336, 342
1066
UR: 11
RP: 1072
4
RP:1066-1073
lie/lay sit/set WC: 109+
4.5
RL 6.2
Conflict review
Vocabulary flash let/leave, less/
8
ARNG: 335, 337RP:1071
cards
fewer, etc.
341
RP: 1074
Conf. words
UR: 9-10
Chronological order LVD: 75
RP:1081
RP:1076
SPW:73-74
UR: 14
UR: 12
accept/except;
its/its; then/
than; whos/
whose; loose/
lose
Writing Workshop Fluency RP: 1084
SPW: 75-76
Irregular
Business vs.
2
Part 1
WC:74-76
verbs
personal letters 7
Writing a letter
RP:1085
RP:1083
11
RP: 1082-1085 UR:
UR: 18
WC:230-33
15
Create a symbol
RP:1084 UR: 17
Cond. an interview RP:1084
UR: 16
Reading Workshop Style RP:1097-98
2
ARNG: 344, 349
The Gettysburg
UR: 22

English as a
Capitalization Descriptive
1
changing language of proper
writing:
4
RP: 1088
nouns
eyewitness report 5

5
8
14

RC: II-3

9.2
12
12.1
13
14

RC: III-2

9
13
14

RC/I
I-1, 3
II-1
III-4

RC: IV-4

1
2
3
4

9
11
12

1
2
3
4

9
10
11
12

Lang: I-2

Lg/E:
II1,2,3
III-1,2,6

4
5
6
7

8
11
12

RC: II-3
Lang: IV-1

RC/I I-1

1
2
3

7
8
10

Lg/M:

Address RL 7.7
RP:1096-1101
ARNG:343, 345348
UR: 23

Figurative lang-uage Word origins RP:


RP: 1090
1091, 1099
Cause/effect
LVD: 78
RP: 1086
UR: 19

Reading Workshop Culture references


3
RP: 1106
I Chose Schooling UR: 26
RP:1104-1111 RL
7.6
Main Idea/Sup det
ARNG: 350, 352- RP: 1102
358
UR: 25
UR: 27

Writing Workshop Style RP: 1130


Part 2
Writing a letter
RP: 1128-1131

Reading Workshop Metaphor RP:1136


4
ARNG: 361, 365
I, Too (poem)
UR: 32
RP:1134-1139
Authors purp.
ARNG: 360, 362- RP: 1132 UR:31
364 UR: 33

RP:1095
RP: 1100
6
UR: 21
WC: 110+
Capitalization
of places &
things RP:
1101
UR: 24
English as a
Capitalization
1
changing language :
2
RP: 1103
-languages
4.1
UR: 44
-ethnicity
6
Vocabulary &
UR:28
meaning
-clubs, org.,
RP:1104, 1112
business, poliLVD:79
tical parties,
SPW: 77-78
institutions.
-brand names
RP:1111
of sentences
RP:1127
UR:29
Using transitions Grammar,
Estab. Topic & 1
RP: 1129
usage, &
purpose RP:1128 4
mechanics
Paragraphs with 7
SPW: 79-80
RP: 1129
TS/sup. details 9
RP: 1130
14
Presentation
RP: 1131
WC: 230-33
English as a
Verbals
Journal Entry
1
changing language RP:1139
(1150)
2
RP:1134
WC:526+
3
Etymology
UR: 34
4
RP:1140
Homophones
8
RP:1151
10.1
WC: 680
UR: 36

8
9
13
14

Lang: IV-1

RC/I
I-3
Lg/M:
I

12

1
2
3
4

7
8
10
12

4
5
6

7
8
12

1
2
3
4

5
10
12

Lg.M:
I

Lang: V-1

12
12.1
13
13.1
14

RC: III-3
Lang: I-2

Lg/E:
III-3

Reading Across
Text Workshop
(37)
Time: Coming to
America
RP:1154-1160
RL 9.0
ARNG: 368
Coming to
America RL 5.0
RP: 1161-1167
ARNG: 369
Wrap-Up
Business at
Eleven
RP:1170-1173
RL 3.6
UR: 41

Style
Point of view
Evidence
Purpose for Reading
chronological order
cultural references
Authors purp. &
cred.
ARNG: 368, 370

English as a
changing language
RP: 1154
Word origins RP:
1158
LVD: 83-84

Authors purpose RP: Word origins RP:


1172
1173
UR: Unit Voc
Cause & effect
Rev; Acad Voc
RP: 1173
Rev &
Sp 42-48

Expository
writing: the
immigrant
experience
RP: 1167
WC: 197+

1
4
4.4

Newsletter
RP:1168-1169
WC:348-351
UR: 38
Writing a biography RP:1169
WC: 134-136
Spokesperson
RP: 1169
UR: 39-40
& Rubrics

1
2
4
8
13
14

8
13

Key to Color Coding


Resources such as worksheets, graphic organizers, discussion tools, pre-writing tools,
review sheets, etc. are listed below:
(numbers in black)
(numbers in red)
(numbers in blue)

RP: pages in TWE of Glencoe Literature Reading With Purpose


WC: pages in TWE of Writers Choice Grammar & Comp.
ARNG: pages in Active Reading & Note-taking Guide
(on StudentWorks CD)

1
2
3
4
5

6
7
8
10
12

1
2
3
4

5
6
10
12

(numbers in orange ) UR: pages in teachers individual Unit Resources from


additional WC program components
(numbers in green) LVD: pages in Leveled Vocabulary Development
(numbers in purple) SPW: pages in Spelling Workbook