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									English-Language Arts GLCE 6-8th Alignment

Use the following Evaluation Codes:
WT - Written Test, WA - Written Assignment, CD - Completed Document,
TO - Teacher Observation, CP - Completed Project

                                                                        Evaluation Code-             Evaluation Code,-              Evaluation Code-
                                                                      Unit/Lesson Name -            Unit/Lesson Name-        Unit/Lesson Name - Instruction
                                                                   Instruction Time & Quarter   Instruction Time & Quarter           Time & Quarter
Subject                                                             Language Arts                Language Arts                   Language Arts
Course Name or Grade                                                     6th                          7th                             8th
Grade Level Staff                                                         x                            x                               x
Reading: Word Recognition & Study
6th Grade
R.WS.06.01- Explain and use word structure, sentence
structure, and prediction to aid in decoding and understanding
the meanings of words encountered in context.


R.WS.06.02- Use structural, syntactic, and semantic analysis
to recognize unfamiliar words in context including origins and
meanings of foreign words, words with multiple meanings, and
knowledge of major word chunks/rimes, and syllabication.


R.WS.06.03- Automatically recognize frequently encountered
words in print with the number of words that can be read
fluently increasing steadily across the school year.


R.WS.06.04- Know the meanings of words encountered
frequently in grade-level reading and oral language contexts.


R.WS.06.05- Know the meanings of words encountered
frequently in grade-level reading and oral language contexts.


R.WS.06.07- In context, determine the meaning of words and
phrases including regional idioms, literary and technical terms,
and content vocabulary using strategies including connotation,
denotation, and authentic content-related resources.

R.WS.06.06- Fluently read beginning grade-level text and
increasingly demanding text as the year proceeds.

7th Grade
R.WS.07.01- Explain and use word structure, sentence
structure, and prediction to aid in decoding and understanding
the meanings of words encountered in context.

R.WS.07.02- Use structural, syntactic, and semantic analysis
to recognize unfamiliar words in context including idioms,
analogies, metaphors, similes, knowledge of roots and affixes,
major word chunks/rimes, and syllabication.

R.WS.07.03- Automatically recognize frequently encountered
words in print with the number of words that can be read
fluently increasing steadily across the school year.


R.WS.07.04- Know the meanings of words encountered
frequently in grade-level reading and oral language contexts.




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R.WS.07.05- Acquire and apply strategies to identify unknown
words and construct meaning.


R.WS.07.07- In context, determine the meaning of words and
phrases including cross-cultural expressions, mathematical
expressions, scientific procedures, and literary terms using
strategies and authentic content-related resources.


R.WS.07.06- Fluently read beginning grade-level text and
increasingly demanding text as the year proceeds.


8th Grade
R.WS.08.01- Explain and use word structure, sentence
structure, and prediction to aid in decoding and understanding
the meanings of words encountered in context.


R.WS.08.02- Use structural, syntactic, and semantic analysis
to recognize unfamiliar words in context including idioms,
analogies, metaphors, and similes to infer the history of the
English language, and common word origins.


R.WS.08.03- Automatically recognize frequently encountered
words in print with the number of words that can be read
fluently increasing steadily across the school year.


R.WS.08.04- Know the meanings of words encountered
frequently in grade-level reading and oral language contexts.


R.WS.08.05- Acquire and apply strategies to identify unknown
words and construct meaning.

R.WS.08.07- In context, determine the meaning of words and
phrases including content area vocabulary and literary terms
using strategies including activating prior knowledge, using
text features/ structures, and authentic content-related
resources.


R.WS.08.06- Fluently read beginning grade-level text and
increasingly demanding text as the year proceeds.


Reading: Narrative Texts
6th Grade
R.NT.06.01- Fluently read beginning grade-level text and
increasingly demanding text as the year proceeds.

R.NT.06.02- Analyze the structure, elements, style, and
purpose of narrative genre including folktales, fantasy,
adventure, and action stories.

R.NT.06.03- Analyze how dialogue enhances the plot,
characters, and themes; differentiates major and minor
characters; and builds climax.

R.NT.06.04- Analyze how authors use literary devices
including dialogue, imagery, mood, and understatement to
develop the plot, characters, point of view, and theme.

Continue for 6th, 7th, & 8th Grades- Respond to individual
and multiple texts by finding evidence, discussing, illustrating,
and/or writing to reflect, make connections, take a position,
and/or show understanding.




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7th Grade
R.NT.07.01- Identify how the tensions among characters,
communities, themes, and issues are related to their own
experiences in classic, multicultural, and contemporary
literature recognized for quality and literary merit.


R.NT.07.02- Analyze the structure, elements, style, and
purpose of narrative genre including mystery, poetry, memoir,
drama, myths, and legends.


R.NT.07.03- Analyze the role of antagonists, protagonists,
internal and external conflicts, and abstract themes.


R.NT.07.04- Analyze author’s craft including the use of theme,
antagonists, protagonists, overstatement, understatement,
and exaggeration.

8th Grade
R.NT.08.01- Investigate various examples of distortion and
stereotypes such as those associated with gender, race,
culture, age, class, religion, and other individual differences
through classic, multicultural, and contemporary literature
recognized for quality and literary merit.


R.NT.08.02- Analyze the structure, elements, style, and
purpose of narrative genre including historical fiction, science
fiction, and realistic fiction.


R.NT.08.03- Analyze the role of rising and falling actions,
minor characters in relation to conflict, and credibility of the
narrator.

R.NT.08.04- Analyze author’s craft including symbolism,
imagery, and consistency to develop credible narrators, rising
and falling actions, and minor characters.


Reading: Informational Texts
6th Grade
R.IT.06.01- Analyze the structure, elements, features, style,
and purpose of informational genre, including research
reports, “how-to” articles, and essays.


R.IT.06.02- Analyze organizational text patterns including
descriptive, chronological sequence, and problem/solution.

R.IT.06.03- Explain how authors use text features including
footnotes, bibliographies, introductions, summaries,
conclusions, and appendices to enhance the understanding of
central, key, and supporting ideas.

Continue for 6th, 7th, & 8th Grades- Respond to individual
and multiple texts by finding evidence, discussing, illustrating,
and/or writing to reflect, make connections, take a position,
and/or show understanding.

7th Grade
R.IT.07.01- Analyze the structure, elements, features, style,
and purpose of informational genre including persuasive
essay, research report, brochure, personal correspondence,
autobiography & biography.




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R.IT.07.02- Analyze organizational text patterns including
sequential, compare/contrast, and cause/effect.


R.IT.07.03- Explain how authors use writer’s craft and text
features including metaphors, similes, captions, diagrams,
and appendices to enhance the understanding of central, key,
and supporting ideas.

8th Grade
R.IT.08.01- Analyze the structure, elements, features, style,
and purpose of informational genre including comparative
essays, newspaper writings, technical writings, and
persuasive essays.


R.IT.08.02- Analyze organizational patterns including
chronological sequence, compare/contrast, and cause/effect.


R.IT.08.03- Explain how authors use text features including
graphics, author’s pages, prefaces, and marginal notes, to
enhance the understanding of central, key, and supporting
ideas.

Reading: Comprehension
6th Grade
R.CM.06.01- Connect personal knowledge, experiences, and
understanding of the world to themes and perspectives in text
through oral and written responses.


R.CM.06.02- Connect personal knowledge, experiences, and
understanding of the world to themes and perspectives in text
through oral and written responses.

R.CM.06.03- Analyze global themes, universal truths, and
principles within and across text to create a deeper
understanding by drawing conclusions, making inferences,
and synthesizing.

R.CM.06.04- Apply significant knowledge from grade-level
science, social studies, and mathematics texts.


7th Grade
R.CM.07.01- Connect personal knowledge, experiences, and
understanding of the world to themes and perspectives in text
through oral and written responses.

R.CM.07.02- Retell through concise summarization grade-
level narrative and informational text.

R.CM.07.03- Analyze global themes, universal truths, and
principles within and across text to create a deeper
understanding by drawing conclusions, making inferences,
and synthesizing.

R.CM.07.04- Apply significant knowledge from grade-level
science, social studies, and mathematics texts.

8th Grade
R.CM.08.01- Connect personal knowledge, experiences, and
understanding of the world to themes and perspectives in text
through oral and written responses.




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R.CM.08.02- Retell through concise summarization grade-
level narrative and informational text.


R.CM.08.03- Analyze global themes, universal truths, and
principles within and across text to create a deeper
understanding by drawing conclusions, making inferences,
and synthesizing.


R.CM.08.04- Apply significant knowledge from grade-level
science, social studies, and mathematics texts.


Reading: Met cognition
6th Grade
R.MT.06.01- Self-monitor comprehension when reading or
listening to text by automatically applying and discussing the
strategies used by mature readers to increase comprehension
including: predicting, constructing mental images, visually
representing ideas in text, questioning, rereading or listening
again if uncertain about meaning, inferring, summarizing, and
engaging in interpretive discussions.


R.MT.06.02- Plan, monitor, regulate, and evaluate skills,
strategies, and processes for their own reading
comprehension by applying appropriate met cognitive skills
such as SQP3R and pattern guides.


7th Grade
R.MT.07.01- Self-monitor comprehension when reading or
listening to text by automatically applying and discussing the
strategies used by mature readers to increase comprehension
including: predicting, constructing mental images, visually
representing ideas in text, questioning, rereading or listening
again if uncertain about meaning, inferring, summarizing, and
engaging in interpretive discussions.


R.MT.07.02- Plan, monitor, regulate, and evaluate skills,
strategies, and processes for their own reading
comprehension by applying appropriate met cognitive skills
such as SQP3R and pattern guides.


8th Grade
R.MT.08.01- Self-monitor comprehension when reading or
listening to text by automatically applying and discussing the
strategies used by mature readers to increase comprehension
including: predicting, constructing mental images, visually
representing ideas in text, questioning, rereading or listening
again if uncertain about meaning, inferring, summarizing, and
engaging
in interpretive discussions.

R.MT.08.02- Plan, monitor, regulate, and evaluate skills,
strategies, and processes for their own reading
comprehension by applying appropriate met cognitive skills.


Reading: Critical Standards
6th Grade
R.CS.06.01- Compare the appropriateness of shared,
individual and expert standards based on purpose, context,
and audience in order to assess their own writing and the
writing of others.




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7th Grade
R.CS.07.01- Analyze the appropriateness
of shared, individual and expert standards based on purpose,
context, and audience in order
to assess their own writing and the writing of others.

8th Grade
R.CS.08.01- Evaluate the appropriateness of shared,
individual and expert standards based on purpose, context,
and audience in order to assess their own writing and the
writing of others.

Reading: Attitude
6th Grade
R.AT.06.01- Be enthusiastic about reading and do substantial
reading and writing on their own.

7th Grade

R.AT.07.01- Be enthusiastic about reading and do substantial
reading and writing on their own.

8th Grade
R.AT.08.01- Be enthusiastic about reading and do substantial
reading and writing on their own.


Speaking: Conventions
6th Grade
S.CN.06.01- Adjust their use of language to communicate
effectively with a variety of audiences and for different
purposes by asking and responding to questions and remarks
to engage the audience when presenting.

S.CN.06.02- Speak effectively using rhyme, rhythm, cadence,
and word play for effect in narrative and informational
presentations.

S.CN.06.03- Present in standard American English if it is their
first language. (Students whose first language is not English
will present in their developing version of standard American
English.)

7th Grade
S.CN.07.01- Adjust their use of language to communicate
effectively with a variety of audiences and for different
purposes by using specialized language related to a topic and
selecting words carefully to achieve precise meaning when
presenting.

S.CN.07.02- Speak effectively using slang, dialect, and
colloquial language suitably to create interest and drama in
narrative and informational presentations.

S.CN.07.03- Present in standard American English if it is their
first language. (Students whose first language is not English
will present in their developing version of standard American
English.)

8th Grade
S.CN.08.01- Adjust their use of language to communicate
effectively with a variety of audiences and for different
purposes by using enunciation to emphasize key ideas and
concepts when presenting.




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S.CN.08.02- Speak effectively using body language including
gestures, posture, facial expressions, tone of voice, and pace
of speaking to enhance meaning and influence interpretation
in narrative and informational presentations.

S.CN.08.03- Present in standard American English if it is their
first language. (Students whose first language is not English
will present in their developing version of standard American
English.)

Speaking: Discourse
6th Grade
S.DS.06.01- Engage in interactive, extended discourse to
socially construct meaning in book clubs, literature circles,
partnerships, or other conversation protocols.

S.DS.06.02- Respond to multiple text types in order to
compare/contrast ideas, form, and style; to evaluate quality;
take a stand and support an issue; and to identify personally
with a universal theme.

S.DS.06.03- Discuss written narratives that include a variety of
literary and plot devices (e.g., established context plot, point of
view, sensory details, dialogue, and suspense).


S.DS.06.04- Plan a focused and coherent informational
presentation using an informational organizational pattern
(e.g., problem/solution, sequence); select a focus question to
address and organize the message to ensure that it matches
the intent and the audience to which it will be delivered.

7th Grade
S.DS.07.01- Engage in interactive, extended discourse to
socially construct meaning in book clubs, literature circles,
partnerships, or other conversation protocols.

S.DS.07.02- Respond to multiple text types in order to
anticipate and answer questions, offer opinions and solutions,
and to identify personally with a universal theme.

S.DS.07.03- Discuss written narratives with a variety of literary
and plot devices (e.g., clearly described setting, sequenced
events, complex major and minor characters, dialogue,
suspense, and specific character actions such as gestures,
movements, and expressions).

S.DS.07.04- Plan and deliver a focused, coherent
informational presentation using an informational
organizational pattern (e.g., theory/evidence, persuasion,
sequence) that incorporates persuasive, non-verbal
techniques, and provides explanations and descriptions
supportive of the presentation’s focus and the backgrounds
and interests of the audience.

8th Grade
S.DS.08.01- Engage in interactive, extended discourse to
socially construct meaning in book clubs, literature circles,
partnerships, or other conversation protocols.


S.DS.08.02- Respond to multiple text types in order to explore
problems and pose solutions supported with evidence, take a
stand on an issue and support it, and identify personally with a
universal theme.




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S.DS.08.03- Discuss written narratives with a variety of literary
and plot devices (e.g., description of relevant situations, well-
chosen details, relevant dialogue, specific action, and physical
description of characters).

S.DS.08.04- Plan, outline, and deliver an informational
presentation using precise and vivid language in the active
voice; organizing logically to convey the message; applying
persuasive non-verbal techniques; making use of rhetorical
strategies to support the purpose of the presentation and to
positively impact the intended audience.

Listening & Viewing:
Conventions
6th Grade
L.CN.06.01- Respond to, evaluate, and analyze the speaker’s
effectiveness and content when listening to or viewing a
variety of speeches and presentations.


L.CN.06.02- Listen to or view critically while demonstrating
appropriate social skills of audience behaviors (e.g., eye
contact, attentive, supportive); critically examine the verbal
and non-verbal strategies during speeches and presentations.


7th Grade

L.CN.07.01- Distinguish facts from opinions and question their
validity when listening to or viewing a variety of speeches and
presentations.


L.CN.07.02- Listen to or view critically while demonstrating
appropriate social skills of audience behaviors (e.g., eye
contact, attentive, supportive); critically examine the verbal
and non-verbal strategies during speeches and presentations.

8th Grade
L.CN.08.01- Analyze main idea, significant details, fact and
opinion, bias, propaganda, argumentation, or support when
listening to or viewing a variety of speeches and
presentations.

L.CN.08.02- Listen to or view critically while demonstrating
appropriate social skills of audience behaviors (e.g., eye
contact, attentive, supportive); critically examine the verbal
and non-verbal strategies during speeches
and presentations.


Listening & Viewing: Response
6th Grade
L.RP.06.01- Listen to or view knowledgeably a variety of
genre to summarize, take notes on key points, and ask
clarifying questions.

L.RP.06.02- Select, listen to or view knowledgeably, and
respond thoughtfully to both classic and contemporary texts
recognized for quality and literary merit.


L.RP.06.03- Identify a speaker’s affective communication
expressed through tone, mood, and emotional cues.

L.RP.06.04- Relate a speaker’s verbal communications (e.g.,
tone of voice) to the non-verbal message communicated (e.g.,
eye contact, posture, and gestures).




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L.RP.06.05- Respond to multiple text types when listened to
or viewed knowledgeably, by discussing, illustrating, and/or
writing in order to compare/contrast similarities and
differences in idea, form, and style to evaluate quality and to
identify personal and universal themes.

L.RP.06.06- Respond to, evaluate, and analyze the credibility
of a speaker who uses persuasion to affirm his/her point of
view in a speech or presentation.

L.RP.06.07- Identify persuasive and propaganda techniques
used in television, and identify false and misleading
information.

7th Grade
L.RP.07.01- Listen to or view knowledgeably a variety of
genre to identify, state, and react to a speaker’s point of view
and bias.

L.RP.07.02- Select, listen to or view knowledgeably, and
respond thoughtfully to both classic and contemporary texts
recognized for quality and literary merit.

L.RP.07.03- Identify a speaker’s attitude toward a subject
expressed through tone, mood, emotional cues, and depth of
content.


L.RP.07.04- Ask probing questions of speakers, focusing on
claims and conclusions presented.

L.RP.07.05- Respond to multiple text types when listened to
or viewed knowledgeably, by discussing, illustrating, and/or
writing in order to anticipate and answer questions; determine
personal and universal themes; and offer opinions or
solutions.

L.RP.07.06- Evaluate the credibility of a speaker by
determining whether the speaker’s point
of view is biased or not.

L.RP.07.07- Identify persuasive and propaganda techniques
and analyze the effect on the view of images, text, and sound
in the electronic media (e.g., television, movies), and
determine if the techniques used achieved their intended
effects.

8th Grade
L.RP.08.01- Listen to or view knowledgeably a variety of
genre to react to a speaker’s intent and apply a speaker’s
reasoning to other situations.

L.RP.08.02- Select, listen to or view knowledgeably, and
respond thoughtfully to both classic and contemporary texts
recognized for quality and literary merit.

L.RP.08.03- Paraphrase a speaker’s main ideas, purpose,
and point of view, and ask relevant questions about the
content, delivery, and purpose of the presentation.

L.RP.08.04- Analyze oral interpretations of literature (e.g.,
language choice, delivery) and the effect of the interpretations
on the listener.




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L.RP.08.05- Respond to multiple text types when listened to
or viewed knowledgeably, by discussing, illustrating, and/or
writing in order to anticipate and answer questions; determine
personal and universal themes; and
offer opinions or solutions.


L.RP.08.06- Evaluate the credibility of a speaker by
determining whether the speaker may have hidden agendas
or be otherwise biased.

L.RP.08.07- Interpret and analyze the various ways in which
visual image-makers (e.g., graphic artists, illustrators)
communicate information and affect impressions and
opinions.

Writing Genre
6th Grade
W.GN.06.01- Write a cohesive narrative piece such
as a personal narrative, adventure, tall tale, folktale,
fantasy, or poetry that includes appropriate
conventions to the genre, employing elements of
characterization for major and minor characters;
internal and/or external conflict; and issues of plot,
theme, and imagery.
W.GN.06.02- Write a cohesive narrative piece such
as a personal narrative, adventure, tall tale, folktale,
fantasy, or poetry that includes appropriate
conventions to the genre, employing elements of
characterization for major and minor characters;
internal and/or external conflict; and issues of plot,
theme, and imagery.
W.GN.06.03- formulate research questions using
multiple resources and perspectives that allow them
to organize, analyze, and explore problems and pose
solutions that culminate in a final presented project
using the writing process.


7th Grade
W.GN.07.01- Write a cohesive narrative piece such
as a memoir, drama, legend, mystery, poetry, or
myth that includes appropriate conventions to the
genre employing literary and plot devices (e.g.,
internal and/or external conflicts,
antagonists/protagonists, personification).
W.GN.07.02- Write a research report using a wide
variety of resources that includes appropriate
organizational patterns (e.g., position
statement/supporting evidence, problem
statement/solution, or compare/contrast), descriptive
language, and informational text features.
W.GN.07.03- Formulate research questions using
multiple resources, perspectives, and
arguments/counter-arguments to develop a thesis
statement that culminates in a final presented project
using the writing process.

8th Grade




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W.GN.08.01- Write a cohesive narrative piece such
as poetry, historical fiction, science fiction, or realistic
fiction that includes appropriate conventions to genre
employing literary and plot devices (e.g., narrator
credibility, rising and falling actions and/or conflict,
imagery and transitional language).




W.GN.08.02- Write an historical expository piece
such as a journal, biography, or simulated memoir
that includes appropriate organization, illustrations,
marginal notes and/or annotations.

W.GN.08.03- Formulate research questions that
demonstrate critical evaluation of multiple resources,
perspectives, and arguments/counter-arguments that
culminate in a presented final project using the
writing process.


Writing Process
6th Grade
W.PR.06.01- Set a purpose, consider audience, and replicate
authors’ styles and patterns when writing a narrative or
informational piece.

W.PR.06.02- Apply a variety of pre-writing strategies for both
narrative (e.g., graphic organizers designed to develop a plot
that includes major and minor characters, builds climax, and
uses dialogue to enhance a theme) and informational writing
(e.g., problem/solution or sequence).

W.PR.06.03- Revise drafts for clarity, coherence, and
consistency in content, voice, and genre characteristics with
audience and purpose in mind.

W.PR.06.04- Draft focused ideas for a specific purpose using
multiple paragraphs, sentence variety, and voice to meet the
needs of an audience (e.g., word choice, level of formality,
and use of example) when writing compositions.
W.PR.06.05- Proofread and edit
writing using grade-level checklists and other appropriate
resources
both individually and in groups.
7th Grade
W.PR.07.01-Set a purpose, consider
audience, and replicate authors’ styles and patterns when
writing a narrative or informational piece.
W.PR.07.02- Apply a variety of pre-writing strategies for both
narrative (e.g., graphically depict roles of
antagonist/protagonist, internal/external conflict) and
informational writing (e.g., position statement/supporting
evidence, problem statement/solution, or compare/contrast).

W.PR.07.03- Revise drafts to reflect different perspectives for
multiple purposes and to ensure that content, structure,
elements of style and voice, literary devices, and text features
are consistent.
W.PR.07.04- Draft focused ideas using titles, leads, and
endings in a variety of text structures to achieve a specific
purpose for intended audiences when writing compositions.

W.PR.07.05- Proofread and edit writing using grade-level
checklists and other appropriate resources both individually
and in groups.




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8th Grade
W.PR.08.01- Set a purpose, consider audience, and replicate
authors’ styles and patterns when writing a narrative or
informational piece.

W.PR.08.02- Apply a variety of pre-writing strategies for both
narrative (e.g., graphic organizers designed to depict rising
and falling actions, roles of minor characters, credibility of
narrator) and informational writing (e.g., compare/ contrast,
cause/effect, or sequential text patterns).

W.PR.08.03- Draft focused ideas experimenting with various
ways of sequencing information including ordering arguments,
or sequencing ideas chronologically by importance when
writing compositions.
W.PR.08.04- Revise drafts for coherence and consistency in
word choice, structure, and style; and read their own work
from another reader’s perspective.

W.PR.08.05- Proofread and edit writing using grade-level
checklists and other appropriate resources both individually
and in groups.

Writing: Personal Style
6th Grade
W.PS.06.01- Exhibit personal style
and voice to enhance the written message
in both narrative (e.g., personification, humor, element of
surprise) and informational writing (e.g., emotional appeal,
strong opinion, credible support).

7th Grade
W.PS.07.01- Exhibit personal style
and voice to enhance the written message in both narrative
(e.g., personification, humor, element of surprise) and
informational writing (e.g., emotional appeal, strong opinion,
credible support).
8th Grade
W.PS.08.01- Exhibit personal style and voice to enhance the
written message in both narrative (e.g., personification,
humor, element of surprise) and informational writing (e.g.,
emotional appeal, strong opinion, credible support).

Grammar & Usage
6th Grade
W.GR.06.01- In the context of writing, correctly use style
conventions (e.g., Modern Language Association Handbook)
and a variety of grammatical structures in writing including
indefinite and predicate pronouns; transitive and intransitive
verbs; adjective and adverbial phrases; adjective and
adverbial subordinate clauses; comparative adverbs and
adjectives; superlatives, conjunctions; compound sentences;
appositives; independent and dependent clauses; introductory
phrases; periods; commas; quotation marks; and use of
underlining and italics for specific purposes.
7th Grade
W.GR.07.01-In the context of writing, correctly use style
conventions (e.g., Modern Language Association Handbook)
and a variety of grammatical structures including participial
phrases; adverbial subordinate clauses; superlative adjectives
and adverbs; present, past, future, continuous verb tenses;
parentheses; singular and plural possessive forms; and
indefinite pronoun referents.
8th Grade




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W.GR.08.01- In the context of writing, correctly use
style conventions (e.g., Modern Language
Association Handbook) and a variety of grammatical
structures in compositions including infinitives,
gerunds, participial phrases, and dashes or ellipses.


Spelling
6th Grade
W.SP.06.01- In the context of writing, correctly spell frequently
encountered and frequently misspelled words.

7th Grade
W.SP.07.01- In the context of writing, correctly spell the
derivatives of bases and affixes.

8th Grade
W.SP.08.01- In the context of writing use correct spelling
conventions.

Handwriting
6th Grade
W.HW.06.01- Write neat and legible compositions.


7th Grade
W.HW.07.01- Write neat and legible compositions.

8th Grade
W.HW.08.01- Write neat and legible compositions.


Writing Attitude
6th Grade
W.AT.06.01- Be enthusiastic about writing and learning to write.

7th Grade
W.AT.07.01- Be enthusiastic about writing and learning to write.

8th Grade
W.AT.08.01- Be enthusiastic about writing and learning to write.




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