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Prentice Hall Literature: Timeless Voices, Timeless Themes, The American Experience ©2002 Correlated to: Performance Level Handbook for Writing, The Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (Grade 11) PSSA/PA Writing Specific Performance Level Descriptors: Proficient

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STANDARD CATEGORY 1.4.11 Types of Writing A. The student will be able to write short stories, poems, and plays. Apply varying organizational methods.

The Earth on Turtle’s Back, pp. 16-18 SE/TE: 29 When Grizzlies Walked Upright, pp. 19-22 SE/TE: 29 from The Navajo Origin Legend, pp. 22-23 SE/TE: 29 from The Iroquois Constitution, pp. 24-26 SE/TE: 29 The Devil and Tom Walker, pp. 242-252 SE/TE: 255 The Minister’s Black Veil, pp. 336-348 SE/TE: 351 from Moby-Dick, pp. 354-370 SE/TE: 373

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(Continued)

(Continued)

Apply varying organizational methods.

Douglass, p. 659 SE/TE: 663 We Wear the Mask, p. 660 SE/TE: 663 The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, pp. 718-722 SE/TE: 725 Winter Dreams, pp. 744-762 SE/TE: 765 old age sticks, p. 776 SE/TE: 783 anyone lived in a pretty how town, pp. 777-778 SE/TE: 783 The Unknown Citizen, pp. 779-780 SE/TE: 783 The Negro Speaks of Rivers, p. 926 SE/TE: 933

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(Continued)

(Continued)

Apply varying organizational methods.

Ardella, p. 927 SE/TE: 933 Dream Variations, p.928 SE/TE: 933 Refugee in America, p. 929 SE/TE: 933 The Tropics in New York, p. 930 SE/TE: 933 Everyday Use, pp. 1056-1064 SE/TE: 1067 from The Woman Warrior, pp. 1070-1076 SE/TE: 1079 For My Children, pp. 1192-1194 SE/TE: 1199 Bidwell Ghost, pp. 1195-1196 SE/TE: 1199 The Crucible, pp. 1233-1334 SE/TE: 1317, 1337

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Use relevant illustrations.

The Earth on Turtle’s Back, pp. 16-18 SE/TE: 29 When Grizzlies Walked Upright, pp. 19-22 SE/TE: 29 from The Navajo Origin Legend, pp. 22-23 SE/TE: 29 from The Iroquois Constitution, pp. 24-26 SE/TE: 29 Bidwell Ghost, pp. 1195-1196 SE/TE: 1199 The Crucible, pp. 1233-1334 SE/TE: 1337

Utilize dialogue.

The Devil and Tom Walker, pp. 242-252 SE/TE: 255

Apply literary conflict.

The Devil and Tom Walker, pp. 242-252 SE/TE: 255

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Include varying characteristics (e.g., from limerick to epic, from whimsical to dramatic).

The Earth on Turtle’s Back, pp. 16-18 SE/TE: 29 When Grizzlies Walked Upright, pp. 19-22 SE/TE: 29 from The Navajo Origin Legend, pp. 22-23 SE/TE: 29 from The Iroquois Constitution, pp. 24-26 SE/TE: 29 The Devil and Tom Walker, pp. 242-252 SE/TE: 255 from Moby-Dick, pp. 354-370 SE/TE: 373 Douglass, p. 659 SE/TE: 663 We Wear the Mask, p. 660 SE/TE: 663 The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, pp. 718-722 SE/TE: 725

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(Continued) Include varying characteristics (e.g., from limerick to epic, from whimsical to dramatic).

(Continued) The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, pp. 718-722 SE/TE: 725 Winter Dreams, pp. 744-762 SE/TE: 765 The Negro Speaks of Rivers, p. 926 SE/TE: 933 Ardella, p. 927 SE/TE: 933 Dream Variations, p.928 SE/TE: 933 Refugee in America, p. 929 SE/TE: 933 The Tropics in New York, p. 930 SE/TE: 933 Everyday Use, pp. 1056-1064 SE/TE: 1067

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(Continued) Include varying characteristics (e.g., from limerick to epic, from whimsical to dramatic).

(Continued) from The Woman Warrior, pp. 1070-1076 SE/TE: 1079 For My Children, pp. 1192-1194 SE/TE: 1199 Bidwell Ghost, pp. 1195-1196 SE/TE: 1199 The Crucible, pp. 1233-1334 SE/TE: 1317, 1337 The Earth on Turtle’s Back, pp. 16-18 SE/TE: 29 When Grizzlies Walked Upright, pp. 19-22 SE/TE: 29 from The Navajo Origin Legend, pp. 22-23 SE/TE: 29 from The Iroquois Constitution, pp. 24-26 SE/TE: 29

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(Continued) Include literary elements (Standard 1.3.11.B.): characterization, setting, plot, theme, point of view, tone and style).

(Continued) The Devil and Tom Walker, pp. 242-252 SE/TE: 255 The Minister’s Black Veil, pp. 336-348 SE/TE: 351 Douglass, p. 659 SE/TE: 663 We Wear the Mask, pp. 660 SE/TE: 663 The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, pp. 718-722 SE/TE: 725 The Negro Speaks of Rivers, p. 926 SE/TE: 933 Ardella, p. 927 SE/TE: 933 Dream Variations, p.928 SE/TE: 933 Refugee in America, p. 929 SE/TE: 933

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(Continued) Include literary elements (Standard 1.3.11.B.): characterization, setting, plot, theme, point of view, tone and style).

(Continued) The Tropics in New York, p. 930 SE/TE: 933 Everyday Use, pp. 1056-1064 SE/TE: 1067 from The Woman Warrior, pp. 1070-1076 SE/TE: 1079 For My Children, pp. 1192-1194 SE/TE: 1199 Bidwell Ghost, pp. 1195-1196 SE/TE: 1199 The Crucible, pp. 1233-1334 SE/TE: 1337 The Earth on Turtle’s Back, pp. 16-18 SE/TE: 29 When Grizzlies Walked Upright, pp. 19-22 SE/TE: 29 from The Navajo Origin Legend, pp. 22-23 SE/TE: 29

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(Continued)

(Continued)

Use literary devices (Standard 1.3.11.C.):

from The Iroquois Constitution, pp. 24-26 SE/TE: 29 Douglass, p. 659 SE/TE: 663 We Wear the Mask, p. 660 SE/TE: 663

Sound techniques (e.g., rhyme, rhythm, meter, and alliteration).

The Earth on Turtle’s Back, pp. 16-18 SE/TE: 29 When Grizzlies Walked Upright, pp. 19-22 SE/TE: 29 from The Navajo Origin Legend, pp. 22-23 SE/TE: 29 from The Iroquois Constitution, pp. 24-26 SE/TE: 29 Douglass, p. 659 SE/TE: 663 We Wear the Mask, p. 660 SE/TE: 663

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Figurative language (e.g., personification, simile, metaphor, hyperbole, irony, and satire.

Douglass, p. 659 SE/TE: 663 We Wear the Mask, p. 660 SE/TE: 663

Literary structures (e.g., foreshadowing, flashbacks, progressive and digressive time.

The Earth on Turtle’s Back, pp. 16-18 SE/TE: 29 When Grizzlies Walked Upright, pp. 19-22 SE/TE: 29 from The Navajo Origin Legend, pp. 22-23 SE/TE: 29 from The Iroquois Constitution, pp. 24-26 SE/TE: 29 from Moby-Dick, pp. 354-370 SE/TE: 373

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B. The student will be able to write complex informational pieces (e.g., research papers, analysis, evaluations, essays). Include a variety of methods to develop the main idea.

Writing About Literature: Analyze Literary Periods, pp. 116-117 SE/TE: 116, 117 The Declaration of Independence, pp. 156-159 SE/TE: 165 from The Crisis, Number 1, pp. 160-162 SE/TE: 165 Speech in the Virginia Convention, pp. 186-190 SE/TE: 195 Speech in the Convention, pp. 191-192 SE/TE: 195 Writing Workshop: Problem-and-Solution Essay, pp. 220-223 SE/TE: 218, 220 A Psalm of Life, pp. 258-259 SE/TE: 263 The Tide Rises, The Tide Falls, p. 260 SE/TE: 263 from Walden, pp. 403-411 SE/TE: 416

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(Continued)

(Continued)

Include a variety of methods to develop the main idea.

from Civil Disobedience, pp. 412-413 SE/TE: 416 Swing Low, Sweet Chariot, pp. 488-489 SE/TE: 493 Go Down, Moses, pp. 490 SE/TE: 493 from Bondage and My Freedom, pp. 496-502 SE/TE: 505 An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge, pp. 508-516 SE/TE: 519 from Mary Chesnut’s Civil War, pp. 536-539 SE/TE: 551 Recollections of a Private, pp. 540-541 SE/TE: 551 A Confederate Account of the Battle of Gettysburg, pp. 542-543 SE/TE: 551 An Account of the Battle of Bull Run, p. 544 SE/TE: 551

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(Continued)

(Continued)

Include a variety of methods to develop the main idea.

Reaction to the Emancipation Proclamation, pp. 545-546 SE/TE: 551 An Account of an Experience with Discrimination, pp. 547-548 SE/TE: 551 from Life on the Mississippi, pp. 564-568 SE/TE: 577 The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County, pp. 569-574 SE/TE: 577 The Story of an Hour, pp. 634-638 SE/TE: 641 A Wagner Matinée, pp. 676-684 SE/TE: 687 Writing Workshop: Research: Research Paper, pp. 694-699 SE/TE: 694, 695, 696, 697, 698, 699 The Turtle, pp. 768-770 SE/TE: 773 The Far and the Near, pp. 786-790 SE/TE: 793

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(Continued)

(Continued)

Include a variety of methods to develop the main idea.

In Another County, pp. 809-814 SE/TE: 831 The Corn Planting, pp. 815-819 SE/TE: 831 A Worn Path, pp. 820-828 SE/TE: 831 From the Dark Tower, p. 936 SE/TE: 941 A Black Man Talks of Reaping, p. 937 SE/TE: 941 Storm Ending, p. 938 SE/TE: 941 Freeway 280, pp. 1098-1099 SE/TE: 1096-1097, 1099 TE: 1108 Who Burns for the Perfection of Paper, p. 1100 SE/TE: 1096-1097, 1101, 1106 TE: 1108

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(Continued)

(Continued)

Include a variety of methods to develop the main idea.

Most Satisfied by Snow, p. 1101 SE/TE: 1108 Hunger in New York City, p. 1102 SE/TE: 1108 What For, pp. 1103-1105 SE/TE: 1108 from The Mortgaged Heart, pp. 1112-1114 SE/TE: 1125 Onomatopoeia, pp. 1115-1117 SE/TE: 1125 Coyote v. Acme, pp. 1118-1122 SE/TE: 1125 Writing About Literature: Analyzing Literary Trends, pp. 1342, 1343 SE/TE: 1342, 1343

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Use precise language and specific detail.

Writing About Literature: Analyze Literary Periods, pp. 116-117 SE/TE: 116, 117 The Declaration of Independence, pp. 156-159 SE/TE: 165 from The Crisis, Number 1, pp. 160-162 SE/TE: 165 Writing Workshop: Problem-and-Solution Essay, pp. 220-223 SE/TE: 221 from Bondage and My Freedom, pp. 496-502 SE/TE: 505 An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge, pp. 508-516 SE/TE: 519 from Life on the Mississippi, pp. 564-568 SE/TE: 577 The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County, pp. 569-574 SE/TE: 577 The Story of an Hour, pp. 634-638 SE/TE: 641

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(Continued)

(Continued)

Use precise language and specific detail.

A Wagner Matinée, pp. 676-684 SE/TE: 687 Writing Workshop: Research: Research Paper, pp. 694-699 SE/TE: 694, 695, 696, 697, 698, 699 A Worn Path, pp. 820-828 SE/TE: 831 from Dust Tracks on a Road, pp. 914-920 SE/TE: 923 Storm Ending, p. 938 SE/TE: 941 Freeway 280, pp. 1098-1099 SE/TE: 1096-1097, 1099 TE: 1108 Who Burns for the Perfection of Paper, p. 1100 SE/TE: 1096-1097, 1101, 1106 TE: 1108 Most Satisfied by Snow, p. 1101 SE/TE: 1108

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(Continued)

(Continued)

Use precise language and specific detail.

Hunger in New York City, p. 1102 SE/TE: 1108 What For, pp. 1103-1105 SE/TE: 1108 Writing About Literature: Analyzing Literary Trends, pp. 1342, 1343 SE/TE: 1342, 1343

Include cause and effect.

from Bondage and My Freedom, pp. 496-502 SE/TE: 505 Writing Workshop: Research: Research Paper, pp. 694-699 SE/TE: 694, 695, 696, 697, 698, 699 from Dust Tracks on a Road, pp. 914-920 SE/TE: 923

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Use relevant graphics (e.g., maps, charts, graphs, tables, illustrations, photographs).

Writing Workshop: Problem-and-Solution Essay, pp. 220-223 SE/TE: 218, 220 A Psalm of Life, pp. 258-259 SE/TE: 263 from Walden, pp. 403-411 SE/TE: 416 from Civil Disobedience, pp. 412-413 SE/TE: 416 from Bondage and My Freedom, pp. 496-502 SE/TE: 505 from Mary Chesnut’s Civil War, pp. 536-539 SE/TE: 551 Recollections of a Private, pp. 540-541 SE/TE: 551 A Confederate Account of the Battle of Gettysburg, pp. 542-543 SE/TE: 551 An Account of the Battle of Bull Run, p. 544 SE/TE: 551

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(Continued) Use relevant graphics (e.g., maps, charts, graphs, tables, illustrations, photographs).

(Continued) Reaction to the Emancipation Proclamation, pp. 545-546 SE/TE: 551 An Account of an Experience with Discrimination, pp. 547-548 SE/TE: 551 from Life on the Mississippi, pp. 564-568 SE/TE: 577 The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County, pp. 569-574 SE/TE: 577 The Story of an Hour, pp. 634-638 SE/TE: 641 Writing Workshop: Research: Research Paper, pp. 694-699 SE/TE: 694, 695, 696, 697, 698, 699 from Dust Tracks on a Road, pp. 914-920 SE/TE: 923 Storm Ending, p. 938 SE/TE: 941

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Use primary and secondary sources.

When Grizzlies Walked Upright, pp. 19-22 TE: 19 from The Navajo Origin Legend, pp. 22-23 TE: 23 from The Iroquois Constitution, pp. 24-26 SE/TE: 29 A Journey Through Texas, pp. 32-36 SE/TE: 41 Boulders Taller Than the Great Tower of Seville, pp. 37-38 SE/TE: 41 from The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, pp. 4448 SE/TE: 51 TE: 47 from Journal of the First Voyage to America, pp. 62-64 SE/TE: 67 from The General History of Virginia, pp. 72-77 SE/TE: 87 TE: 73 from Of Plymouth Plantation, pp. 78-84 SE/TE: 87 TE: 81

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(Continued)

(Continued)

Use primary and secondary sources

from Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God, pp. 108-112 SE/TE: 115 from The Autobiography, pp. 140-145 SE/TE: 151 from The Crisis, Number 1, pp. 160-162 SE/TE: 165 Speech in the Virginia Convention, pp. 186-190 SE/TE: 195 Speech in the Convention, pp. 191-192 SE/TE: 195 The Devil and Tom Walker, pp. 242-252 SE/TE: 255 Crossing the Great Divide, pp. 286-288 SE/TE: 295 The Most Sublime Spectacle on Earth, pp. 289-292 TE: 291 from Pilgrim at Tinker Creek, Seeing, pp. 301-304 TE: 301

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(Continued)

(Continued)

Use primary and secondary sources

The Fall of the House of Usher, pp. 308-325 SE/TE: 333 TE: 319 from Moby-Dick, pp. 354-370 SE/TE: 372 from Nature, pp. 388-390 SE/TE: 399 from Self-Reliance, pp. 391-392 SE/TE: 399 from Walden, pp. 403-411 SE/TE: 416 from Preface to the 1855 Edition of Leaves of Grass, pp. 434-435 SE/TE: 447 An Episode of War, pp. 476-480 SE/TE: 485 from Bondage and My Freedom, pp. 496-502 SE/TE: 505

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(Continued)

(Continued)

Use primary and secondary sources

An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge, pp. 508-516 SE/TE: 519 The Gettysburg Address, p. 522 SE/TE: 529 TE: 521 Second Inaugural Address, pp. 523-524 SE/TE: 529 Letter to His Son, pp. 525-526 SE/TE: 529 from Mary Chesnut’s Civil War, pp. 536-539 SE/TE: 551 TE: 539, 547 Recollections of a Private, pp. 540-541 SE/TE: 551 TE: 547 A Confederate Account of the Battle of Gettysburg, pp. 542-543 SE/TE: 551 TE: 547 An Account of the Battle of Bull Run, p. 544 SE/TE: 551 TE: 547

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(Continued)

Use primary and secondary sources

Reaction to the Emancipation Proclamation, pp. 545-546 SE/TE: 551 TE: 547 An Account of an Experience with Discrimination, pp. 547-548 SE/TE: 551 TE: 547 Gulf War Journal from A Woman at War, pp. 553-558 TE: 557 from Life on the Mississippi, pp. 564-568 SE/TE: 577 TE: 565 The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County, pp. 569-574 SE/TE: 577 Heading West, pp. 596-601 SE/TE: 605 To Build a Fire, pp. 608-622 SE/TE: 625 from Lonesome Dove, pp. 626-630 TE: 627

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(Continued)

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The Story of an Hour, pp. 634-638 SE/TE: 641 April Showers, pp. 644-652 SE/TE: 655 A Wagner Matinée, pp. 676-684 SE/TE: 687 Writing Workshop: Research: Research Paper, pp. 694-699 SE/TE: 694, 695, 696, 697, 698, 699 Winter Dreams, pp. 744-762 SE/TE: 765 The Far and the Near, pp. 786-790 SE/TE: 793 In Another County, pp. 809-814 SE/TE: 831 A Worn Path, pp. 820-828 TE: 825, 827

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(Continued)

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The Jilting of Granny Weatherall, pp. 846-854 SE/TE: 857 Race at Morning, pp. 860-874 SE/TE: 879 Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech, pp. 875-876 TE: 875 The Night the Ghost Got In, pp. 898-902 SE/TE: 909 from Here is New York, pp. 903-906 SE/TE: 909 from Dust Tracks on a Road, pp. 914-920 SE/TE: 923 The Life You Save May Be Your Own, pp. 972-982 SE/TE: 984 The First Seven Years, pp. 988-996 SE/TE: 999

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Use primary and secondary sources

The Brown Chest, pp. 1002-1008 SE/TE: 1011 Average Waves in Unprotected Waters, pp. 1028-1036 SE/TE: 1039 TE: 1030, 1034 from The Names, pp. 1042-1046 SE/TE: 1053 TE: 1041, 1043, 1045 Mint Snowball, pp. 1047-1048 SE/TE: 1053 TE: 1041 Suspended, pp. 1049-1050 SE/TE: 1053 TE: 1041 Everyday Use, pp. 1056-1064 SE/TE: 1067 from The Woman Warrior, pp. 1070-1076 SE/TE: 1079

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Antojos pp. 1082-1092 SE/TE: 1095 Coyote v. Acme, pp. 1118-1122 SE/TE: 1125 Straw Into Gold: The Metamorphosis of the Everyday, pp. 1128-1132 SE/TE: 1144 For Love of Books, pp. 1133-1135 TE: 1133 Mother Tongue, pp. 1136-1141 SE/TE: 1144 The Rockpile, pp. 1148-1156 SE/TE: 1159 from Hiroshima, pp. 1162-1172 SE/TE: 1177 The Writer in the Family, pp. 1202-1214 SE/TE: 1217 Ambush from The Things They Carried, pp. 1222-1224 SE/TE: 1227 TE: 1223

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C. The students will be able to write persuasive pieces. Include a clearly stated position or opinion.

from Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God, pp. 108-112 SE/TE: 115 An Hymn to the Evening, pp. 172-173 SE/TE: 179 To His Excellency, General Washington, pp. 174-176 SE/TE: 179 The Gettysburg Address, p. 522 SE/TE: 529 Second Inaugural Address, pp. 523-524 SE/TE: 529 Letter to His Son, pp. 525-526 SE/TE: 529 A Wagner Matinée, pp. 676-684 SE/TE: 687 A Worn Path, pp. 820-828 SE/TE: 831

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Include convincing, elaborated and properly evidence.

An Hymn to the Evening, pp. 172-173 SE/TE: 179 To His Excellency, General Washington, pp. 174-176 SE/TE: 179 The Gettysburg Address, p. 522 SE/TE: 529 Second Inaugural Address, pp. 523-524 SE/TE: 529 Letter to His Son, pp. 525-526 SE/TE: 529 A Wagner Matinée, pp. 676-684 SE/TE: 687 A Worn Path, pp. 820-828 SE/TE: 831 The Crucible, pp. 1233-1334 SE/TE: 1337

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Develop reader interest.

from Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God, pp. 108-112 SE/TE: 115 An Hymn to the Evening, pp. 172-173 SE/TE: 179 To His Excellency, General Washington, pp. 174-176 SE/TE: 179 The Gettysburg Address, p. 522 SE/TE: 529 Second Inaugural Address, pp. 523-524 SE/TE: 529 Letter to His Son, pp. 525-526 SE/TE: 529 A Worn Path, pp. 820-828 SE/TE: 831

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Anticipate and counter reader concerns and arguments.

An Hymn to the Evening, pp. 172-173 SE/TE: 179 To His Excellency, General Washington, pp. 174-176 SE/TE: 179 The Gettysburg Address, p. 522 SE/TE: 529 Second Inaugural Address, pp. 523-524 SE/TE: 529 Letter to His Son, pp. 525-526 SE/TE: 529 A Wagner Matinée, pp. 676-684 SE/TE: 687 A Worn Path, pp. 820-828 SE/TE: 831 The Crucible, pp. 1233-1334 SE/TE: 1337

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Include a variety of methods to advance the argument or position.

An Hymn to the Evening, pp. 172-173 SE/TE: 179 To His Excellency, General Washington, pp. 174-176 SE/TE: 179 The Gettysburg Address, p. 522 SE/TE: 529 Second Inaugural Address, pp. 523-524 SE/TE: 529 Letter to His Son, pp. 525-526 SE/TE: 529 A Wagner Matinée, pp. 676-684 SE/TE: 687 A Worn Path, pp. 820-828 SE/TE: 831 The Crucible, pp. 1233-1334 SE/TE: 1337

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STANDARD CATEGORY 1.5.11 Quality of Writing A. The student will be able to write with a sharp distinct focus. Identify topic, task and audience.

Writing About Literature: Analyze Literary Periods, pp. 116-117 SE/TE: 116 Writing Workshop: Narration: Autobiographical Narrative, pp. 118-121 SE/TE: 118 Writing About Literature: Evaluate Literary Themes, pp. 218-219 SE/TE: 218 Writing Workshop: Problem-and-Solution Essay, pp. 220-223 SE/TE: 220 Writing About Literature: Compare and Contrast Literary Trends, pp. 452-453 SE/TE: 452 Writing Workshop: Narration: Reflective Essay, pp. 454-457 SE/TE: 454 Writing About Literature: Compare/Contrast Literary Themes, pp. 692693 SE/TE: 692

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Identify topic, task and audience.

(Continued) Writing Workshop: Research: Research Paper, pp. 694-699 SE/TE: 694 Writing About Literature: Evaluate Literary Trends, pp. 948-949 SE/TE: 948 Writing Workshop: Multimedia Presentation, pp. 950-953 SE/TE: 950 Writing About Literature: Analyzing Literary Trends, pp. 1342, 1343 SE/TE: 1342 Writing Workshop: Workplace Writing; Job Portfolio, pp. 1344-1347 SE/TE: 1344

Establish a single point of view.

Writing About Literature: Analyze Literary Periods, pp. 116-117 SE/TE: 116 Writing Workshop: Narration: Autobiographical Narrative, pp. 118-121 SE/TE: 118 Writing About Literature: Evaluate Literary Themes, pp. 218-219 SE/TE: 218 Writing Workshop: Problem-and-Solution Essay, pp. 220-223 SE/TE: 220

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(Continued) Writing About Literature: Compare and Contrast Literary Trends, pp. 452-453 SE/TE: 452

Establish a single point of view.

Writing Workshop: Narration: Reflective Essay, pp. 454-457 SE/TE: 454 Writing About Literature: Compare/Contrast Literary Themes, pp. 692693 SE/TE: 692 Writing Workshop: Research: Research Paper, pp. 694-699 SE/TE: 694 Writing About Literature: Evaluate Literary Trends, pp. 948-949 SE/TE: 948 Writing Workshop: Multimedia Presentation, pp. 950-953 SE/TE: 950 Writing About Literature: Analyzing Literary Trends, pp. 1342, 1343 SE/TE: 1342 Writing Workshop: Workplace Writing; Job Portfolio, pp. 1344-1347 SE/TE: 1344

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B. The student will be able to write using well-developed content appropriate for the topic. Gather, determine validity and reliability of and organize information

Writing About Literature: Analyze Literary Periods, pp. 116-117 SE/TE: 116 Writing Workshop: Narration: Autobiographical Narrative, pp. 118-121 SE/TE: 118 TE: 119 Writing About Literature: Evaluate Literary Themes, pp. 218-219 SE/TE: 218 Writing Workshop: Problem-and-Solution Essay, pp. 220-223 SE/TE: 220 TE: 221 Writing About Literature: Compare and Contrast Literary Trends, pp. 452-453 SE/TE: 452 Writing Workshop: Narration: Reflective Essay, pp. 454-457 SE/TE: 454 TE: 455 Writing About Literature: Compare/Contrast Literary Themes, pp. 692693 SE/TE: 692

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(Continued) Gather, determine validity and reliability of and organize information

(Continued) Writing Workshop: Research: Research Paper, pp. 694-699 SE/TE: 694 TE: 695 Writing About Literature: Evaluate Literary Trends, pp. 948-949 SE/TE: 948 Writing Workshop: Multimedia Presentation, pp. 950-953 SE/TE: 950 TE: 951 Writing About Literature: Analyzing Literary Trends, pp. 1342, 1343 SE/TE: 1342 Writing Workshop: Workplace Writing; Job Portfolio, pp. 1344-1347 SE/TE: 1344 TE: 1345

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Employ the most effective format appropriate to purpose and audience.

Writing About Literature: Analyze Literary Periods, pp. 116-117 SE/TE: 116 Writing Workshop: Narration: Autobiographical Narrative, pp. 118-121 SE/TE: 118 TE: 119 Writing About Literature: Evaluate Literary Themes, pp. 218-219 SE/TE: 218 Writing Workshop: Problem-and-Solution Essay, pp. 220-223 SE/TE: 220 TE: 221 Writing About Literature: Compare and Contrast Literary Trends, pp. 452-453 SE/TE: 452 Writing Workshop: Narration: Reflective Essay, pp. 454-457 SE/TE: 454 TE: 455 Writing About Literature: Compare/Contrast Literary Themes, pp. 692693 SE/TE: 692

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(Continued) Employ the most effective format appropriate to purpose and audience.

(Continued) Writing Workshop: Research: Research Paper, pp. 694-699 SE/TE: 694 TE: 695 Writing About Literature: Evaluate Literary Trends, pp. 948-949 SE/TE: 948 Writing Workshop: Multimedia Presentation, pp. 950-953 SE/TE: 950 TE: 951 Writing About Literature: Analyzing Literary Trends, pp. 1342, 1343 SE/TE: 1342 Writing Workshop: Workplace Writing; Job Portfolio, pp. 1344-1347 SE/TE: 1344 TE: 1345

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Write fully developed paragraphs that have details and information specific to the topic and relevant to the focus.

Writing About Literature: Analyze Literary Periods, pp. 116-117 SE/TE: 117 Writing Workshop: Narration: Autobiographical Narrative, pp. 118-121 SE/TE: 120, 121 Writing About Literature: Evaluate Literary Themes, pp. 218-219 SE/TE: 219 Writing Workshop: Problem-and-Solution Essay, pp. 220-223 SE/TE: 222, 223 Writing About Literature: Compare and Contrast Literary Trends, pp. 452-453 SE/TE: 453 Writing Workshop: Narration: Reflective Essay, pp. 454-457 SE/TE: 456, 457 Writing About Literature: Compare/Contrast Literary Themes, pp. 692693 SE/TE: 693 Writing Workshop: Research: Research Paper, pp. 694-699 SE/TE: 698, 699

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(Continued) Write fully developed paragraphs that have details and information specific to the topic and relevant to the focus.

(Continued) Writing About Literature: Evaluate Literary Trends, pp. 948-949 SE/TE: 949 Writing Workshop: Multimedia Presentation, pp. 950-953 SE/TE: 952, 953 Writing About Literature: Analyzing Literary Trends, pp. 1342, 1343 SE/TE: 1343 Writing Workshop: Workplace Writing; Job Portfolio, pp. 1344-1347 SE/TE: 1346, 1347

C. The student will be able to write with controlled and/or subtle organization. Sustain a logical order throughout the piece.

Writing About Literature: Analyze Literary Periods, pp. 116-117 SE/TE: 117 Writing Workshop: Narration: Autobiographical Narrative, pp. 118-12 SE/TE: 120, 121 Writing About Literature: Evaluate Literary Themes, pp. 218-219 SE/TE: 219 Writing Workshop: Problem-and-Solution Essay, pp. 220-223 SE/TE: 222, 223

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(Continued) Writing About Literature: Compare and Contrast Literary Trends, pp. 452-453 SE/TE: 453

Sustain a logical order throughout the piece.

Writing Workshop: Narration: Reflective Essay, pp. 454-457 SE/TE: 456, 457 Writing About Literature: Compare/Contrast Literary Themes, pp. 692693 SE/TE: 693 Writing Workshop: Research: Research Paper, pp. 694-699 SE/TE: 698, 699 Writing About Literature: Evaluate Literary Trends, pp. 948-949 SE/TE: 949 Writing Workshop: Multimedia Presentation, pp. 950-953 SE/TE: 952, 953 Writing About Literature: Analyzing Literary Trends, pp. 1342, 1343 SE/TE: 343 Writing Workshop: Workplace Writing; Job Portfolio, pp. 1344-1347 SE/TE: 1346, 1347

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Include an effective introduction and conclusion.

Writing About Literature: Analyze Literary Periods, pp. 116-117 SE/TE: 117 Writing Workshop: Narration: Autobiographical Narrative, pp. 118-121 SE/TE: 120, 121 Writing About Literature: Evaluate Literary Themes, pp. 218-219 SE/TE: 219 Writing Workshop: Problem-and-Solution Essay, pp. 220-223 SE/TE: 222, 223 Writing About Literature: Compare and Contrast Literary Trends, pp. 452-453 SE/TE: 453 Writing Workshop: Narration: Reflective Essay, pp. 454-457 SE/TE: 456, 457 Writing About Literature: Compare/Contrast Literary Themes, pp. 692693 SE/TE: 693 Writing Workshop: Research: Research Paper, pp. 694-699 SE/TE: 698, 699

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(Continued) Writing About Literature: Evaluate Literary Trends, pp. 948-949 SE/TE: 949

Include an effective introduction and conclusion.

Writing Workshop: Multimedia Presentation, pp. 950-953 SE/TE: 952, 953 Writing About Literature: Analyzing Literary Trends, pp. 1342, 1343 SE/TE: 1343 Writing Workshop: Workplace Writing; Job Portfolio, pp. 1344-1347 SE/TE: 1346, 1347 D. The student will be able to write with an understanding of the stylistic aspects of composition. Use different types and lengths of sentences.

Writing About Literature: Analyze Literary Periods, pp. 116-117 SE/TE: 117 Writing Workshop: Narration: Autobiographical Narrative, pp. 118-121 SE/TE: 120, 121 Writing About Literature: Evaluate Literary Themes, pp. 218-219 SE/TE: 219 Writing Workshop: Problem-and-Solution Essay, pp. 220-223 SE/TE: 222, 223

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(Continued) Writing About Literature: Compare and Contrast Literary Trends, pp. 452-453 SE/TE: 453

Use different types and lengths of sentences.

Writing Workshop: Narration: Reflective Essay, pp. 454-457 SE/TE: 456, 457 Writing About Literature: Compare/Contrast Literary Themes, pp. 692693 SE/TE: 693 Writing Workshop: Research: Research Paper, pp. 694-699 SE/TE: 698, 699 Writing About Literature: Evaluate Literary Trends, pp. 948-949 SE/TE: 949 Writing Workshop: Multimedia Presentation, pp. 950-953 SE/TE: 952, 953 Writing About Literature: Analyzing Literary Trends, pp. 1342, 1343 SE/TE: 1343 Writing Workshop: Workplace Writing; Job Portfolio, pp. 1344-1347 SE/TE: 1346, 1347

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Use precise language.

Writing About Literature: Analyze Literary Periods, pp. 116-117 SE/TE: 117 Writing Workshop: Narration: Autobiographical Narrative, pp. 118-121 SE/TE: 120, 121 Writing About Literature: Evaluate Literary Themes, pp. 218-219 SE/TE: 219 Writing Workshop: Problem-and-Solution Essay, pp. 220-223 SE/TE: 222, 223 Writing About Literature: Compare and Contrast Literary Trends, pp. 452-453 SE/TE: 453 Writing Workshop: Narration: Reflective Essay, pp. 454-457 SE/TE: 456, 457 Writing About Literature: Compare/Contrast Literary Themes, pp. 692693 SE/TE: 693 Writing Workshop: Research: Research Paper, pp. 694-699 SE/TE: 698, 699

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(Continued) Writing About Literature: Evaluate Literary Trends, pp. 948-949 SE/TE: 949

Use precise language.

Writing Workshop: Multimedia Presentation, pp. 950-953 SE/TE: 952, 953 Writing About Literature: Analyzing Literary Trends, pp. 1342, 1343 SE/TE: 1343 Writing Workshop: Workplace Writing; Job Portfolio, pp. 1344-1347 SE/TE: 1346, 1347 F. The student will be able to edit writing using the conventions of language. Spell all words correctly.

Writing About Literature: Analyze Literary Periods, pp. 116-117 SE/TE: 117 Writing Workshop: Narration: Autobiographical Narrative, pp. 118-121 SE/TE: 120, 121 Writing About Literature: Evaluate Literary Themes, pp. 218-219 SE/TE: 219 Writing Workshop: Problem-and-Solution Essay, pp. 220-223 SE/TE: 222, 223

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Spell all words correctly.

Writing Workshop: Narration: Reflective Essay, pp. 454-457 SE/TE: 456, 457 Writing About Literature: Compare/Contrast Literary Themes, pp. 692693 SE/TE: 693 Writing Workshop: Research: Research Paper, pp. 694-699 SE/TE: 698, 699 Writing About Literature: Evaluate Literary Trends, pp. 948-949 SE/TE: 949 Writing Workshop: Multimedia Presentation, pp. 950-953 SE/TE: 952, 953 Writing About Literature: Analyzing Literary Trends, pp. 1342, 1343 SE/TE: 1343 Writing Workshop: Workplace Writing; Job Portfolio, pp. 1344-1347 SE/TE: 1346, 1347

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Use capital letters correctly.

Writing About Literature: Analyze Literary Periods, pp. 116-117 SE/TE: 117 Writing Workshop: Narration: Autobiographical Narrative, pp. 118-121 SE/TE: 120, 121 Writing About Literature: Evaluate Literary Themes, pp. 218-219 SE/TE: 219 Writing Workshop: Problem-and-Solution Essay, pp. 220-223 SE/TE: 222, 223 Writing About Literature: Compare and Contrast Literary Trends, pp. 452-453 SE/TE: 453 Writing Workshop: Narration: Reflective Essay, pp. 454-457 SE/TE: 456, 457 Writing About Literature: Compare/Contrast Literary Themes, pp. 692693 SE/TE: 693 Writing Workshop: Research: Research Paper, pp. 694-699 SE/TE: 698, 699

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(Continued) Writing About Literature: Evaluate Literary Trends, pp. 948-949 SE/TE: 949

Use capital letters correctly.

Writing Workshop: Multimedia Presentation, pp. 950-953 SE/TE: 952, 953 Writing About Literature: Analyzing Literary Trends, pp. 1342, 1343 SE/TE: 1343 Writing Workshop: Workplace Writing; Job Portfolio, pp. 1344-1347 SE/TE: 1346, 1347 Punctuate correctly (periods, exclamation points, question marks, commas, quotation marks, apostrophes, colons, semicolons, parentheses, hyphens, brackets, ellipses).

Writing About Literature: Analyze Literary Periods, pp. 116-117 SE/TE: 117 Writing Workshop: Narration: Autobiographical Narrative, pp. 118-121 SE/TE: 120, 121 Writing About Literature: Evaluate Literary Themes, pp. 218-219 SE/TE: 219 Writing Workshop: Problem-and-Solution Essay, pp. 220-223 SE/TE: 222, 223 Writing About Literature: Compare and Contrast Literary Trends, pp. 452-453

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(Continued) Punctuate correctly (periods, exclamation points, question marks, commas, quotation marks, apostrophes, colons, semicolons, parentheses, hyphens, brackets, ellipses).

(Continued) SE/TE: 453 Writing Workshop: Narration: Reflective Essay, pp. 454-457 SE/TE: 456, 457 Writing About Literature: Compare/Contrast Literary Themes, pp. 692693 SE/TE: 693 Writing Workshop: Research: Research Paper, pp. 694-699 SE/TE: 698, 699 Writing About Literature: Evaluate Literary Trends, pp. 948-949 SE/TE: 949 Writing Workshop: Multimedia Presentation, pp. 950-953 SE/TE: 952, 953 Writing About Literature: Analyzing Literary Trends, pp. 1342, 1343 SE/TE: 1343 Writing Workshop: Workplace Writing; Job Portfolio, pp. 1344-1347 SE/TE: 1346, 1347

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Use nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, conjunctions, prepositions and interjections properly.

Writing About Literature: Analyze Literary Periods, pp. 116-117 SE/TE: 117 Writing Workshop: Narration: Autobiographical Narrative, pp. 118-121 SE/TE: 120, 121 Writing About Literature: Evaluate Literary Themes, pp. 218-219 SE/TE: 219 Writing Workshop: Problem-and-Solution Essay, pp. 220-223 SE/TE: 222, 223 Writing About Literature: Compare and Contrast Literary Trends, pp. 452-453 SE/TE: 453 Writing Workshop: Narration: Reflective Essay, pp. 454-457 SE/TE: 456, 457 Writing About Literature: Compare/Contrast Literary Themes, pp. 692693 SE/TE: 693 Writing Workshop: Research: Research Paper, pp. 694-699 SE/TE: 698, 699

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(Continued) Use nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, conjunctions, prepositions and interjections properly.

(Continued) Writing About Literature: Evaluate Literary Trends, pp. 948-949 SE/TE: 949 Writing Workshop: Multimedia Presentation, pp. 950-953 SE/TE: 952, 953 Writing About Literature: Analyzing Literary Trends, pp. 1342, 1343 SE/TE: 1343 Writing Workshop: Workplace Writing; Job Portfolio, pp. 1344-1347 SE/TE: 1346, 1347

Use complete sentences (simple, compound, complex, declarative, interrogative, exclamatory and imperative).

Writing About Literature: Analyze Literary Periods, pp. 116-117 SE/TE: 117 Writing Workshop: Narration: Autobiographical Narrative, pp. 118-121 SE/TE: 120, 121 Writing About Literature: Evaluate Literary Themes, pp. 218-219 SE/TE: 219 Writing Workshop: Problem-and-Solution Essay, pp. 220-223 SE/TE: 222, 223 Writing About Literature: Compare and Contrast Literary Trends, pp. 452-453 SE/TE: 453

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Prentice Hall Literature: The American Experience Level: Selection and Activity

(Continued) Use complete sentences (simple, compound, complex, declarative, interrogative, exclamatory and imperative).

(Continued) Writing Workshop: Narration: Reflective Essay, pp. 454-457 SE/TE: 456, 457 Writing About Literature: Compare/Contrast Literary Themes, pp. 692693 SE/TE: 693 Writing Workshop: Research: Research Paper, pp. 694-699 SE/TE: 698, 699 Writing About Literature: Evaluate Literary Trends, pp. 948-949 SE/TE: 949 Writing Workshop: Multimedia Presentation, pp. 950-953 SE/TE: 952, 953 Writing About Literature: Analyzing Literary Trends, pp. 1342, 1343 SE/TE: 1343 Writing Workshop: Workplace Writing; Job Portfolio, pp. 1344-1347 SE/TE: 1346, 1347

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