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					             Correlation of
 Missouri Department of Elementary and
          Secondary Education
   Communications Arts Grade-Level
       Expectations for grade 12
       with standards references

    to EMC’s Mirrors & Windows: British
                Tradition

Category        Grade-level                   Standards          Mirrors &
                expectation                                      Windows references
                                                                 and citations
                                 Reading
                                                                 Students using the
                                                                 program develop
1 Develop and apply skills and strategies to                     and apply various
the reading process                                              skills and strategies
                                                                 during the reading
                                                                 process.
C Phonics       Apply decoding strategies     CA 2, 3 1.6
                                                                 See examples on
                to “problem-solve”
                unknown words when                               pages 23, 305, 391,
                reading                                          531TE
D Fluency       Read grade-level              CA 2, 3, 1.5
                                                                 See examples on
                instructional text
                    with fluency, accuracy
                                                                 pages 10, 101, 204,
                     and appropriate                             255, 484
                     expression
                    adjusting reading rate
                     to difficulty and type
                     of text
E Vocabulary    Develop vocabulary            CA 2, 3 1.5, 1.6
                                                                 See examples on
                through text, using
                    roots and affixes
                                                                 pages 55, 210, 259,
                    context clues                               360, 537
                    glossary, dictionary
                     and thesaurus
F Prereading         Apply pre-reading                CA 2, 3 1.5 & 1.6
                                                                                     See examples on
                     strategies to aid
                     comprehension                                                   pages 10, 136, 176,
                         access prior                                               474, 546
                          knowledge
                         preview
                         predict
                         set a purpose and
                          rate for reading
G During Reading     During reading, utilize          CA 2,3 1.5 & 1.6
                                                                                     See examples on
                     strategies to
                         self-question and                                          pages 43TE,
                          correct                                                    103TE, 197TE,
                         infer
                         visualize
                                                                                     475TE, 550TE
                         predict and check
                         using cueing
                         systems
                           o     meaning
                           o     structure
                           o     visual


H Post Reading       Apply post-reading skills to     CA 2, 3 1.6 & 3.5
                                                                                     See examples on
                     comprehend and interpret
                     text                                                            pages 110, 201,
                         question to clarify                                        482, 587, 749
                         reflect
                         analyze
                         draw conclusions
                         summarize
                         paraphrase
I Making             Compare, contrast and            CA 2, 3, 1.5 , 1.6, 3.5, 1.9
                                                                                     See examples on
                     analyze connections
Connections          between                                                         pages 51, 69, 109,
                         information and                                            243, 396
                          relationships in
                          various fiction and
                          non-fiction works
                         text ideas and own
                          experiences
                         text ideas and the
                          world by identifying
                          how literature reflects
                          a culture and historic
                          time frame
2 Develop and apply skills and strategies to                                         Students use a
comprehend, analyze and evaluate fiction, poetry                                     variety of skills and
                                                                                     strategies to
and drama from a variety of cultures and times
                                                                                     comprehend,
                                                                                     analyze, and
                                                                                     evaluate fiction,
                                                                                     poetry, and drama
                                                                                     from a variety of
                                                                                     cultures and eras.
A Text Features      Locate, interpret and apply      CA 2. 3 1.5, 1.6
                                                                                     See examples on
                     information in title, table of
                     contents and glossary and                                       pages 101, 204,
                     recognize the text features                                     442, 495, 651
                     of fiction, poetry and
                     drama in grade-level text
B Literary Devices   Identify and explain             CA 2   1.5, 1.6
                                                                                     See examples on
                     figurative language in                                              pages 10, 127TE,
                     poetry and prose
                     (emphasize                                                          176, 248, 305
                     onomatopoeia and
                     alliteration)
C Text Elements      Use details from text to        CA 2 1.6, 2.4, 3.1, 3.4, 3.5,
                                                                                         See examples on
                          analyze the influence     3.7
                           of setting on                                                 pages 23, 136, 255,
                           characters, plot and                                          399, 474
                           resolution (conflict
                           and climax)
                          explain cause and
                           effect
                          identify point of
                           view and mood
                          identify the problem-
                           solving processes of
                           characters and the
                           effectiveness of
                           solutions


3 Develop and apply skills and strategies to                                             Students develop
comprehend, analyze and evaluate nonfiction                                              and apply the skills
                                                                                         and strategies they
(such as biographies, newspapers, technical
                                                                                         need to
manuals) from a variety of cultures and times                                            comprehend,
                                                                                         analyze, and
                                                                                         evaluate a variety
                                                                                         of nonfiction works
                                                                                         from different
                                                                                         cultures and eras.
A Text Features      Analyze text features in        CA 3     1.6
                                                                                         See examples on
                     newspapers and magazines
                     to clarify meaning                                                  pages 242, 906E,
                                                                                         1016TE
B Literary Devices    Identify and explain           CA 3     1.5, 1.6
                                                                                         See examples on
                      figurative language in
                      nonfiction text (emphasize                                         pages 591, 761TE,
                      onomatopoeia and                                                   999, 1029TE, 1058
                      alliteration)
C Text Elements      Use details from text to        CA 3 1.6, 1.7, 2.4, 3.1, 3.5, 3.6
                                                                                         See examples on
                           paraphrase author's
                            stated ideas                                                 pages 592TE, 616,
                           make predictions                                             668, 675TE, 760TE
                           make inferences
                           evaluate the accuracy
                            of the information
                           identify and interpret
                            author's purpose,
                            slant and bias
                           respond to two or
                            more sources
                           sequence events
                           compare and contrast
                            details
                           identify and explain
                            cause and effect
                          identify problem
                           solving processes and
                           explain the
                           effectiveness of
                           solutions
D Understanding       Read and follow multi-step     CA 3      1.5, 1.6
                                                                                 See pages 320, 600,
                      directions to complete a
Directions            complex task                                               632, 1098

                                        Writing
1 Apply a writing process in composing text                                      Writing Workshop
                                                                                 lessons in every
                                                                                 unit assist students
                                                                                 through the writing
                                                                                 process.
A Writing Process     Apply a writing process to     CA 1, 4     1.8, 2.1, 2.2
                                                                                 See examples on
                      write effectively in various
                      forms and types of writing                                 pages 80, 222, 320,
                      (refer to W3A)                                             632, 916

2 Compose well-developed text                                                    Grammar & Style
                                                                                 lessons that appear
                                                                                 throughout the
                                                                                 book help students
                                                                                 learn and apply
                                                                                 standard English
                                                                                 conventions, which
                                                                                 they then use in
                                                                                 writing
                                                                                 assignments.
                      Compose text                   CA 4, 2.1
                                                                                 See examples on
                      a. showing awareness of
                         audience                                                pages 320, 460,
A Audience and
                      b. choosing a form and                                     632, 766, 916
Purpose                  point of view
                         appropriate to
                         purpose and audience
B Ideas and Content   Compose text with:             CA 1    4, 2.1
                                                                                 See examples on
                        strong controlling idea
                        relevant specific                                       pages 81, 321, 633,
                         details                                                 766, 917
                        complex ideas
                        freshness of thought


C Organization and    Compose text with              CA     4, 2.1
                                                                                 See examples on
                      a.   effective beginning,
Sentence Structure         middle, and end                                       pages 82, 222, 322,
                      b. a logical order                                         460, 636
                      c.   effective paragraphing
                      d. cohesive devices
                      e.   varied sentence
                           structure
                      f.   clarity of expression
                      g. active voice


D Word Choice         Compose text using             CA 4, 2.1
                                                                                 See examples on
                        precise and vivid
                         language                                                pages 461, 636,
                        writing techniques                                      919, 1270
                         such as imagery,
                         humor, voice,
                         figurative language,
                           and rhetorical devices


E Conventions         In written text use             CA 1      2.2
                                                                                   See examples on
                      a.   conventions of
                           capitalization                                          pages 84, 223, 636,
                      b. conventions of                                            767, 919
                           punctuation
                          standard usage

3 Write effectively in various forms and                                           Writing Workshops
                                                                                   and post-reading
types of writing
                                                                                   activities provide
                                                                                   students
                                                                                   opportunities to
                                                                                   hone their skills
                                                                                   writing effectively
                                                                                   in a variety of
                                                                                   forms and types.
A Format / Types /    Compose a variety of texts,     CA 4      1.8, 2.1
                                                                                   See examples on
                        using narrative,
Modes of Writing         descriptive,                                              pages 80, 320, 632,
                         expository, and/or                                        766, 1098, 1230
                         persuasive features
                        in various formats,
                         including workplace
                         communications
                         (resume, letter of
                         application, follow-up
                         letter)
                        including summary
                        including literary
                         analysis
                        including reflective
                         writing



                     Speaking and Listening
1 Develop and apply effective listening skills                                     Speaking &
                                                                                   Listening
and strategies
                                                                                   Workshops in each
                                                                                   unit allow students
                                                                                   to hone their skills
                                                                                   in informal and
                                                                                   formal listening.
A Purpose for         Listen                          CA 5, 6     1.5, 1.6, 1.10
                                                                                   See pages 69, 221,
                           for enjoyment
Listening                  for information                                        755, 1097
                           for directions
                           critically to summarize
                            and evaluate
                            communications that
                            inform, persuade and
                            entertain
                           to evaluate own and
                            others’ effectiveness
                            in presentations and
                            group discussions,
                            using provided criteria
                           to evaluate the
                           validity and reliability
                           of speaker's message


B Listening           Use active-listening            CA 5, 6      1.5
                                                                                   See pages 221, 459,
                      behaviors (e.g., asks
Behavior              questions of speaker and                                     631, 900, 1045
                      uses body language and
                      facial expressions to
                      indicate agreement,
                      disagreement or confusion)

2 Develop and apply effective speaking skills                                      Speaking &
                                                                                   Listening
and strategies for various audiences and
                                                                                   Workshops in each
purposes                                                                           unit allow students
                                                                                   to hone their skills
                                                                                   in informal and
                                                                                   formal speaking.
A Discussion and      In discussions and              CA 1, 6      2.1, 2.3, 4.6
                                                                                   See examples on
                      presentations,
Presentation            create concise                                            pages 251, 397,
                         presentations on a                                        509, 883, 1210
                         variety of topics
                        incorporate appropriate
                         media or technology
                        respond to feedback
                        defend ideas
                          demonstrate poise
                        and self-control
B Giving Directions   Give clear and concise          CA 1, 6   2.1, 2.3
                                                                                   See page 258
                      multi-step oral directions to
                      perform complex
                      procedures and/or tasks



                                  Researching
                                                                                   Students have
1 Develop and apply effective research                                             numerous
process skills to gather, analyze and evaluate                                     opportunities to
information                                                                        learn and hone
                                                                                   research skills.
A Researching Plan    Develop an appropriate          CA 2, 3      1.1, 1.4
                                                                                   See examples on
                      research plan to guide
                      investigation and research                                   pages 251, 303,
                      of focus questions                                           1018, 1230
B Acquire             Locate and use multiple         CA 2, 3      1.2, 1.4, 1.7
                                                                                   See examples on
                      primary and secondary
Information           resources to                                                 pages 54, 494, 587,
                          select relevant and                                     895, 1079
                           credible information
                          evaluate reliability of
                           information
                          evaluate reliability of
                           sources


C Record              Record relevant                 CA 2, 3, 4      1.2, 1.8
                                                                                   See examples on
                      information from multiple
Information           primary and secondary                                        pages 133, 482,
                      sources using a self-                                        889, 980, 1068
                      selected note-taking or
                      organizational strategy


D Sources Consulted   Document sources of            CA 4 1.4, 1.7, 1.8, 2.3, 4.4
                                                                                    See examples on
                      information using a
                      standard citation format                                      pages 723, 1155,
                                                                                    1223, 1230, 1234
2 Develop and apply effective skills and                                            Students learn how
                                                                                    to use media and
strategies to analyze and evaluate oral and                                         evaluate media
visual media                                                                        messages.
A Media Messages      Analyze, describe and          CA 5   1.5, 1.7, 2.7
                                                                                    See examples on
                      evaluate the elements of
                      messages projected in                                         pages 209, 374,
                      various media (e.g.,                                          831, 1045, 1072,
                      videos, pictures, web-sites,
                      artwork, plays and/or news
                                                                                    1130
                      programs)

				
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