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Grade 12

Prentice Hall Literature, The Penguin Edition, World Masterpieces © 2007

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West Virginia Reading and English Language Arts Content Standards and Objectives Grade 12

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS ADOPTION

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Prentice Hall Reading/Literature 12 English Language Arts Literature: The Penguin Edition, World Masterpieces 2007 0-13-131737-7 0-13-131767-9 GENERIC EVALUATION CRITERIA GROUP VI – 2007 TO 2013 Reading/Literature K-12

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CRITERIA I. INTER-ETHNIC The instructional material meets the requirements of inter-ethnic: concepts, content and illustrations, as set by West Virginia Board of Education Policy (Adopted December 1970).

NOTES Jewish Publication Society The Book of Ruth begins on p. 60; N. J. Dawood, translator from the Qur’an begins on p. 78; Omar Khayyam from the Rubáiyát begins on p. 102; African Proverbs begins on p. 130, 131; R. K. Narayan, reteller from the Mahabharata: Sibi begins on p. 192; R. K. Narayan, reteller from the Ramayana: Rama and Ravana in Battle begins on p. 208; Lao Tzu from the Tao Te Ching begins on p. 266; Confucius from the Analects begins on p. 268; Li Po The RiverMerchant’s Wife: A Letter begins on p. 286; Ono Komachi Was It That I Went to Sleep begins on p. 298; Sophocles Oedipus the King begins on p. 468; Miguel de Cervantes from Don Quixote begins on p. 770; Leo Tolstoy How Much Land Does a Man Need? begins on p. 913; Federico García

Lorca The Guitar begins on p. 1146; Juan Ramón Jimenez Green begins on p. 1154; Gabriel García Marquez The Handsomest Drowned Man begins on p. 1202; Jamaica Kincaid from Annie John: A Walk on the Jetty begins on p. 1220; Czeslaw Milosz A Song on the End of the World begins on p. 1280; Chinua Achebe Marriage is a Private Affair begins on p. 1329; Shu Ting Also All begins on p. 1347 II. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY The instructional material meets the requirements of equal opportunity: concept, content, illustration, heritage, roles contributions, experiences and achievements of males and females in American and other cultures, as set by West Virginia Board of Education Policy (Adopted May 1975).

Sappho You Know the Place: Then begins on p. 414; Sue Feinberg A Doll’s House begins on p. 1028; Judith Ortiz Cofer Talks About the Time Period begins on p. 1050; Colette The Bracelet begins on p. 1118; Gabriela Mistral Fear begins on p. 1150; Jamaica Kincaid from Annie John: A Walk on the Jetty begins on p.1220; Nelly Sachs When in early summer... begins on p. 1270; Dahlia Ravikovitch Pride begins on p. 1312; Nadine Gordimer Comrades begins on p. 1324; Shu Ting Also All begins on p. 1347

GROUP VI – 2007 TO 2013 Reading/Literature, K-12

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In addition to alignment of Content Standards and Objectives (CSOs) materials must also clearly connect to Learning for the 21st Century which includes opportunities for students to develop A. Learning Skills Reading Informational Materials, 144–147, 232–235, 326–331, 528–531, 622–625, 810–815, 1028–1033, 1112–1115, 1274– 1277; Writing Workshops: Problemand-Solution Essay, 570–577; Research Paper, 698–707; Comparison-andContrast Essay, 818– 825; Multimedia Report, 1174–1181; Job Portfolio and Résumé, 1354–1361; Communication Workshop, 160, 248, 344, 580, 710, 828, 1046, 1184, 1364

‰ Thinking and Problem-Solving Skills. ‰ Information and Communication Skills. ‰ Interpersonal and Self-Direction Skills and use these

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B. 21st Century Tools Reading Informational Materials: Web Research Sources, 528– 531; Communications Workshop: Delivering a Multimedia Presentation, 1364; also see: Research and Technology, 35, 53, 73, 83, 99, 113, 143, 185, 219, 229, 273, 293, 305, 315, 325, 421, 435, 459, 527, 549, 557, 569, 621, 651, 673, 693, 739, 753, 767, 787, 797, 809, 865, 883, 897, 939, 999, 974, 1025, 1111, 1125, 1135, 1157, 1171, 1213, 1229,

‰ Problem-solving tools (such as spreadsheets, decision support, design tools)

‰ Communication, information processing and research tools (such as word processing, e-mail, groupware, presentation, Web development, Internet search tools) ‰ Personal development and productivity tools (such a e-learning, time management/calendar, collaboration tools)

1249, 1273, 1287, 1299, 1309, 1317, 1337, 1351; Using the Internet, R27–R29

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS ADOPTION: GENERAL EVALUATION CRITERIA The general evaluation criteria apply to each grade level and are to be evaluated for each grade level unless otherwise specified. These criteria consist of information critical to the development of reading/literature at all grade levels. In reading the general evaluation criteria and subsequent specific grade level criteria, e.g. means “examples of” and i.e. means that “each of” those items must be addressed. Eighty percent of the combined general and specific criteria must be met with I (In-depth) or A (Adequate) in order to be recommended. GROUP VI – 2007 TO 2013 Reading/Literature, K-12

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For student mastery of content standards and objectives the instructional materials will A. MULTIMEDIA A wide range of technology resources support every unit and part of the program. These include the following: • From the Author’s Desk DVD which includes in-depth interviews with authors • Student Express CDROM an interactive textbook with electronic worksheets, test review, and links to online activities • Teacher Express CD-ROM which contains lesson planning software, resource manager, and standards-aligned assessment tools • Examview Test Generator creates standards-aligned tests that can be matched to individual student needs. • Examview Quicktake allows the instructor to monitor student progress instantly in an interactive format. • In addition, several

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offer appropriate multimedia (e.g., software, audio, visual, internet access) materials.

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options support a range of students' needs by providing all selections in audio format, both full versions and Reader’s Notebook adapted versions on the following CDs: Listening to Literature Audio CD & Spanish/English Summaries Audio CD, and Reader’s Notebook Adapt/English Learner’s Version Audio CD See next standard for detailed explanation of Internet components of this program. Every unit and part of the program includes a wealth of Internet support. Using in-text links and companion website codes, teachers access: Author Video Clips, Crosswords, selection-specific SelfTests, and selectionspecific Internet Activities. For examples, see http://phschool.com/ats chool/literature/ and follow the links for each level of the program. In the Teacher’s Edition, links can be found throughout the text, but for examples, please see pp. 51, 53, 71, 143, 185, and 271. In addition, the Prentice Hall Online Essay Scorer provides instant scoring and feedback for all Writing Workshop assignments and can be found at www.phsuccessnet.co m as referenced in the Teacher’s Edition text on pp. 151, 239, 335, 571, 699, 819, 1037, 1175, and 1355.

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provide a website which provides links to relevant sites as well as lesson plans, student activities and parent resources.

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A wide range of technology resources support every unit and part of the program. These include the following: From the Author’s Desk DVD which includes in-depth interviews with authors • Student Express CDROM an interactive textbook with electronic worksheets, test review, and links to online activities • Teacher Express CD-ROM which contains lesson planning software, resource manager, and standards-aligned assessment tools • Examview Test Generator creates standards-aligned tests that can be matched to individual student needs. • Examview Quicktake allows the instructor to monitor student progress instantly in an interactive format. • In addition, several options support a range of students' needs by providing all selections in audio format, both full versions and Reader’s Notebook adapted versions on the following CDs: Listening to Literature Audio CD & Spanish/English Summaries Audio CD, and Reader’s Notebook Adapt/English Learner’s Version Audio CD See the previous standard for detailed explanation of Internet components of this program.

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B. SCIENTIFICALLY-BASED READING RESEARCH STRATEGIES Every selection in the program introduces a reading skill, then reinforces it after the selection. Each of these skills is taught with a graphic organizer supported in the resources materials. For all reading strategies and graphic organizers, please see: Reading Strategy, 17, 37, 59, 77, 85, 101, 129, 179, 191, 221, 265, 279, 297, 307, 319, 364, 413, 423, 439, 467, 502, 535, 551, 559, 599, 629, 657, 674, 729, 743, 757, 769, 789, 801, 845, 875, 885, 905, 941, 1000, 1065, 1117, 1145, 1161, 1219, 1231, 1253, 1279, 1289, 1301, 1311, 1323, 1341; also see the reading skills taught with Reading Informational Materials, 144–147, 232–235, 326–331, 528–531, 622–625, 810–815, 1028–1033, 1112–1115, 1274–1277 Reading Strategy (Build Skills), 17, 37, 59, 77, 85, 101, 129, 179, 191, 221, 265, 279, 297, 307, 319, 364, 413, 423, 439, 467, 502, 535, 551, 559, 599, 629, 657, 674, 729, 743, 757, 769, 789, 801, 845, 875, 885, 905, 941, 1000, 1065, 1117, 1145, 1161, 1219, 1231, 1253, 1279, 1289, 1301, 1311, 1323, 1341; Reading Strategy (Apply the Skills), 33, 51, 71, 81, 97, 111, 125, 141, 183, 217, 227, 271, 291, 303, 313, 323, 380, 409, 419, 433, 457, 500, 525, 545, 553, 565, 619, 649, 672,

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provide explicit instructional strategies to present varied teaching models including but not limited to: webbing, mapping, Venn diagrams and inverted pyramids.

promote independent reading skills and study techniques (e.g., DRTA, SQ3R, ReQuest, Feature Analysis, QAR).

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throughout the Teacher’s Edition text, such as those found on pp. 17, 21, 27, 53, 61, 75, and 103. For professional support guidance and opportunities, see the Research and Professional Development section of the Teacher’s Edition on pp. T32–T44. Also see the Differentiated Instruction notes throughout the Teacher’s Edition text, such as those found on pp. 17, 21, 27, 53, 61, 75, and 103. For professional support guidance and opportunities, see the Research and Professional Development section of the Teacher’s Edition on pp. T32–T44. Also see the Differentiated Instruction notes throughout the Teacher’s Edition text, such as those found on pp. 17, 21, 27, 53, 61, 75, and 103. For professional support guidance and opportunities, see the Research and Professional Development section of the Teacher’s Edition on pp. T32–T44. Also see the Differentiated Instruction notes throughout the Teacher’s Edition text, such as those found on pp. 17, 21, 27, 53, 61, 75, and 103. For professional support guidance and opportunities, see the Research and Professional Development section of the Teacher’s Edition

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on pp. T36–T48. Also see the Differentiated Instruction notes throughout the Teacher’s Edition text, such as those found on pp. 37, 49, 59, 109, 139, and 203. Also see the Concept Connector, 13 ; Accessibility at a Glance, 86, 414; Enrichment, 202, 364, 386; Extend the Lesson, 1115.

C. Questioning, 265, 266, 271, 502, 503, 506, 508, 510, 512, 516, 519, 522, 523, 525 See Critical Reading in the Student and Teacher’s edition on pp. 24, 32, 43, 50, 66, 80, 96, 105, 110, 121, 124, 131, 140, 182, 199, 207, 216, 226, 270, 285, 288, 290, 299, 302, 312, 322, 379, 408, 417, 432, 456, 499, 524, 544, 552, 564, 609, 618, 641, 648, 664, 671, 682, 690, 733, 736, 750, 764, 777, 784, 794, 806, 850, 862, 878, 880, 888, 893, 894, 912, 927, 936, 971, 997, 1022, 1079, 1108, 1122, 1132, 1147, 1149, 1153, 1154, 1168, 1210, 1226, 1246, 1260, 1269, 1270, 1281, 1284, 1294, 1296, 1306, 1313, 1314, 1328, 1334, 1345, and 1348. Skills includes the following: Analyze, Analyze cause and effect, Apply, Assess, Categorize, Cause and effect, Clarify, Compare, Compare and contrast, Connect, Contrast, Define, Describe, Discuss, Distinguish, Draw conclusions, Evaluate,

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emphasize questioning models to promote higher order thinking skills in all levels of comprehension (literal, interpretive, critical/evaluative).

emphasize questioning models to promote higher order thinking skills based on Bloom’s Taxonomy.

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Explain, Extend, Generalize, Hypothesize, Infer, Interpret, Make a judgment, Make generalizations, Recall, Reflect, Relate, Resolve, Respond, Speculate, Summarize, Support, Take a position

(Vendor/Publisher) SPECIFIC LOCATION OF CONTENT WITHIN PRODUCT

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D. LIFE SKILLS Student & Teacher’s Edition: Reading Informational Materials: Brochures, 144–147; Atlases and Maps, 232–235; Reference Materials, 326–331; Web Research Sources, 528– 531; Interviews, 622– 625; Feature Articles, 810–815; Critical Reviews, 1028–1033; Scientific Texts, 1112– 1115; Magazine Article, 1274–1277 Student & Teacher’s Edition: Reading Strategy (Build Skills), 17, 37, 59, 77, 85, 101, 129, 179, 191, 221, 265, 279, 297, 307, 319, 364, 413, 423, 439, 467, 502, 535, 551, 559, 599, 629, 657, 674, 729, 743, 757, 769, 789, 801, 845, 875, 885, 905, 941, 1000, 1065, 1117, 1145, 1161, 1219, 1231, 1253, 1279, 1289, 1301, 1311, 1323, 1341; Reading Skill (Monitor Your Progress), 147, 235, 331, 531, 625, 815, 1033, 1115, 1277; Communication Workshop, 160, 248, 344, 580, 710, 828, 1046, 1184, 1364; also see: Listening and Speaking (Build Language Skills), 35, 53, 73, 83, 99, 113, 143, 185, 219, 229, 273, 293, 305, 315, 325, 421, 435, 459, 527, 549, 557, 569, 621, 651, 673, 693, 739, 753, 767, 787,

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address life skills (e.g., reading road maps, using reference tools, researching, reading a newspaper, using want ads, completing an application, applying the interview process and goal setting).

address habits of mind activities (e.g., literacy skills, interpersonal communications, problem solving and self-directional skills).

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E. CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT Student & Teacher’s Edition: Extend Your Learning (Build Language Skills), 35, 53, 73, 83, 99, 113, 143, 185, 219, 229, 273, 293, 305, 315, 325, 421, 435, 459, 527, 549, 557, 569, 621, 651, 673, 693, 739, 753, 767, 787, 797, 809, 865, 883, 897, 939, 999, 974, 1025, 1111, 1125, 1135, 1157, 1171, 1213, 1229, 1249, 1273, 1287, 1299, 1309, 1317, 1337, 1351; also, in the Teacher’s Edition, see the Differentiated Instruction notes throughout the text, such as those found on pp. 37, 49, 59, 109, 139, and 203. Also see the Concept Connector, 13 ; Accessibility at a Glance, 86, 414; Enrichment, 202, 364, 386; Extend the Lesson, 1115

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include opportunities for large group, small group and independent learning.

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For professional support guidance and opportunities, see the Research and Professional Development articles provided in the Teacher’s Edition, such as: “Giving Hope to Struggling Readers” on page T45, and “Making the Difference Matter” on page T47. Also see the Differentiated Instruction notes throughout the Teacher’s Edition text, such as those found on pp. 37, 49, 59, 109, 139, and 203.

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provide classroom management suggestions.

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F. INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS For professional support guidance and opportunities, see the Research and Professional Development section of the Teacher’s Edition on pp. T36–T48. Also see the Differentiated Instruction notes throughout the Teacher’s Edition text, such as those found on pp. 37, 49, 59, 109, 139, and 203. Also see the Concept Connector, 13 ; Accessibility at a Glance, 86, 414; Enrichment, 202, 364, 386; Extend the Lesson, 1115

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address varied learning styles and multiple intelligences of students including models for insightful decision-making by the instructor.

Student & Teacher’s Edition: Reading Strategy (Apply the Skills), 33, 51, 71, 81, 97, 111, 125, 141, 183, 217, 227, 271, 291, 303, 313, 323, 380, 409, 419, 433, 457, 500, 525, 545, 553, 565, 619, 649, 672, 691, 737, 751, 765, 785, 795, 807, 863, 881, 895, 937, 972, 998, 1023, 1109, 1123, 1133, 1155, 1169, 1211, 1227, 1247, 1271, 1285, 1297, 1307, 1315, 1335, 1349; Extend Your Learning (Build Language Skills), 35, 53, 73, 83, 99, 113, 143, 185, 219, 229, 273, 293, 305, 315, 325, 421, 435, 459, 527, 549, 557, 569, 621, 651, 673, 693, 739, 753, 767, 787, 797, 809, 865, 883, 897, 939, 999, 974, 1025, 1111, 1125, 1135, 1157, 1171, 1213, 1229, 1249, 1273, 1287, 1299, 1309, 1317, 1337, 1351; Reading Skill (Monitor Your Progress), 147, 235, 331, 531, 625, 815, 1033, 1115, 1277; Comparing Literary Works, 59, 101, 129, 179, 191, 265, 279, 297, 413, 599, 629, 729, 789, 875, 885, 905, 1145, 1253, 1279, 1289, 1311, 1323, 1341

For professional support guidance and opportunities, see the Research and Professional Development section of the Teacher’s Edition on pp. T36–T48. Also see the Differentiated Instruction notes throughout the Teacher’s Edition text, such as those found on

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provide extensive and varied opportunities to practice skills.

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provide intervention, practice and enrichment materials.

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pp. 37, 49, 59, 109, 139, and 203. Also see the Concept Connector, 13 ; Accessibility at a Glance, 86, 414; Enrichment, 202, 364, 386; Extend the Lesson, 1115 Also see the following technology resources: • Student Express CDROM an interactive textbook with electronic worksheets, test review, and links to online activities • Examview Test Generator creates standards-aligned tests that can be matched to individual student needs. • Examview Quicktake allows the instructor to monitor student progress instantly in an interactive format. • In addition, several options support a range of students' needs by providing all selections in audio format, both full versions and Reader’s Notebook adapted versions on the following CDs: Listening to Literature Audio CD & Spanish/English Summaries Audio CD, and Reader’s Notebook Adapt/English Learner’s Version Audio CD Student & Teacher’s Edition:Writing Workshops: Narration: Autobiographical Narrative, 150–157; Narration: Reflective Essay, 238–245; Persuasive Essay, 334– 341; Exposition: Problem-and-Solution Essay, 570–577; Research Paper, 698– 707; Exposition:

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provide exemplars of narrative, descriptive and expository writing types.

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Comparison-andContrast Essay, 818– 825; Narration: Response to Literature, 1036–1043; Exposition: Multimedia Report, 1174–1181; Workplace Writing: Job Portfolio and Résumé, 1354–1361; also see: Timed Writing, 35, 53, 73, 83, 99, 113, 143, 185, 219, 229, 273, 293, 305, 315, 325, 421, 435, 459, 527, 549, 557, 569, 621, 651, 693, 739, 753, 767, 787, 797, 809, 865, 883, 897, 939, 974, 1025, 1111, 1125, 1135, 1157, 1171, 1213, 1229, 1249, 1273, 1287, 1299, 1309, 1317, 1337, 1351 Student & Teacher’s Edition:Writing Workshops: Revising (includes overall structure, paragraphs, sentences, and word choice), 154, 242, 338, 574, 702, 822, 1040, 1178, 1358; Writing Workshops: Editing and Proofreading, 157, 245, 341, 577, 707, 825, 1043, 1181, 1361 Student & Teacher’s Edition: Vocabulary Handbook, R1–R9; Literary Handbook, R10–R19; Writing Handbook, R26–R36; Grammar, Usage and Mechanics Handbook, R39–R44; also see: Preview, 17, 37, 59, 77, 85, 101, 117, 129, 179, 191, 221, 265, 279, 297, 307, 319, 362, 382, 413, 423, 439, 467, 502, 533, 549, 557, 599, 629, 657, 729, 743, 757, 769, 789, 801, 845, 875, 885, 905, 941, 1065, 1117, 1145, 1161, 1219, 1231, 1253, 1279, 1289, 1301,

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provide leveled texts to allow students to read independently (grades K-4) or include a Handbook of English Language Arts, which will include an extensive glossary of literary and grammatical terminology as well as background on authors (grades 5-12).

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1311, 1323, 1341 and Literature in Context, 22, 65, 212, 398, 445, 475, 481, 495, 561, 645, 955, 1017, 1088, 1121, 1224, 1265, 1292, 1304 A wide range of technology resources support every unit and part of the program. These include the following: • From the Author’s Desk DVD which includes in-depth interviews with authors • Student Express CDROM an interactive textbook with electronic worksheets, test review, and links to online activities • Teacher Express CD-ROM which contains lesson planning software, resource manager, and standards-aligned assessment tools • Examview Test Generator creates standards-aligned tests that can be matched to individual student needs. • Examview Quicktake allows the instructor to monitor student progress instantly in an interactive format. • In addition, several options support a range of students' needs by providing all selections in audio format, both full versions and Reader’s Notebook adapted versions on the following CDs: Listening to Literature Audio CD & Spanish/English Summaries Audio CD, and Reader’s Notebook Adapt/English Learner’s Version

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include teacher and student study guides for literary works.

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Audio CD Student & Teacher’s Edition: Build Skills, 16-17, 36-37, 58-59, 76-77, 84-85, 100-101, 128-129, 178-179, 190191, 220-221, 264-265, 278-279, 296-297, 306307, 318-319, 362-364, 412-413, 422-423, 438439, 466-467, 502, 534-535, 550-551, 558559, 598-599, 628-629, 656-657, 674, 728-729, 742-743, 756-757, 768769, 788-789, 800-501, 844-845, 874-875, 884885, 904-905, 940-941, 1000, 1064-1065, 1116-1117, 1126-1127, 1144-1145, 1160-1161, 1200-1201, 1218-1219, 1230-1231, 1252-1253, 1278-1279, 1288-1289, 1300-1301, 1310-1311, 1322-1323, 1340-1341; Apply the Skills, 33, 51, 71, 81, 97, 111, 125, 141, 183, 217, 227, 271, 291, 303, 313, 323, 380, 409, 419, 433, 457, 500, 525, 545, 553, 565, 619, 649, 672, 691, 737, 751, 765, 785, 795, 807, 863, 881, 895, 937, 972, 998, 1023, 1109, 1123, 1133, 1155, 1169, 1211, 1227, 1247, 1271, 1285, 1297, 1307, 1315, 1335, 1349; Reading Skill (Monitor Your Progress), 147, 235, 331, 531, 625, 815, 1033, 1115, 1277

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continue skill or strategy instruction across several instructional sessions to expand the applicability and utility of the skill or strategy.

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(Vendor/Publisher) SPECIFIC LOCATION OF CONTENT WITHIN PRODUCT Student & Teacher’s Edition: Preview, 17, 37, 59, 77, 85, 101, 117, 129, 179, 191, 221, 265, 279, 297, 307, 319, 362, 382, 413, 423, 439, 467, 502, 533, 549, 557, 599, 629, 657, 729, 743, 757, 769, 789, 801, 845, 875, 885, 905, 941, 1065, 1117, 1145, 1161, 1219, 1231, 1253, 1279, 1289, 1301, 1311, 1323, 1341; also see: Build Skills, 16-17, 3637, 58-59, 76-77, 8485, 100-101, 128-129, 178-179, 190-191, 220221, 264-265, 278-279, 296-297, 306-307, 318319, 362-364, 412-413, 422-423, 438-439, 466467, 502, 534-535, 550-551, 558-559, 598599, 628-629, 656-657, 674, 728-729, 742-743, 756-757, 768-769, 788789, 800-501, 844-845, 874-875, 884-885, 904905, 940-941, 1000, 1064-1065, 1116-1117, 1126-1127, 1144-1145, 1160-1161, 1200-1201, 1218-1219, 1230-1231, 1252-1253, 1278-1279, 1288-1289, 1300-1301, 1310-1311, 1322-1323, 1340-1341; Apply the Skills, 33, 51, 71, 81, 97, 111, 125, 141, 183, 217, 227, 271, 291, 303, 313, 323, 380, 409, 419, 433, 457, 500, 525, 545, 553, 565, 619, 649, 672, 691, 737, 751, 765, 785, 795, 807, 863, 881, 895, 937, 972, 998, 1023, 1109, 1123, 1133, 1155, 1169, 1211, 1227, 1247, 1271, 1285, 1297,

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H. ASSESSMENT Student & Teacher’s Edition: Timed Writing, 35, 53, 73, 83, 99, 113, 143, 185, 219, 229, 273, 293, 305, 315, 325, 421, 435, 459, 527, 549, 557, 569, 621, 651, 693, 739, 753, 767, 787, 797, 809, 865, 883, 897, 939, 974, 1025, 1111, 1125, 1135, 1157, 1171, 1213, 1229, 1249, 1273, 1287, 1299, 1309, 1317, 1337, 1351; Reading Skill (Monitor Your Progress), 147, 235, 331, 531, 625, 815, 1033, 1115, 1277; Writing Workshops: Rubric for Self– Assessment, 157, 245, 341, 577, 707, 825, 1043, 1181, 1361; Vocabulary Workshops (assessment), 158, 246, 342, 578, 708, 826, 1044, 1182, 1362 In addition, technology resources support assessment: • Student Express CDROM an interactive textbook with electronic worksheets, test review, and links to online activities • Teacher Express CD-ROM which contains lesson planning software, resource manager, and standards-aligned assessment tools • Examview Test Generator creates standards-aligned tests that can be matched to individual student needs. • Examview Quicktake allows the instructor to monitor student progress instantly in

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standards-aligned tests that can be matched to individual student needs. • Examview Quicktake allows the instructor to monitor student progress instantly in an interactive format.

READING/LITERATURE SPECIFIC CRITERIA FOR CONTENT AND SKILLS TWELFTH GRADE Reading and English Language Arts twelfth grade students will focus and polish personal skills and goals. Experiences such as a senior project or a sophisticated persuasive research paper will culminate the graduation experience. Readiness for the work place or post secondary education is the final educational reality check during the twelfth grade year. The expansion and appreciation of language and literature in spoken and written for is a primary focus. West Virginia teachers are responsible for analyzing the benefits of technology for learning and for integrating technology appropriately in the students’ learning environment. To meet the needs of the 21st Century student, instructional delivery should be enhanced through a wide range of media. (Vendor/Publisher) SPECIFIC LOCATION OF CONTENT WITHIN PRODUCT

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B. Student & Teacher’s Edition: Suggestions for Further Reading, 161, 249, 345, 581, 711, 829, 1047, 1185, 1365 Student & Teacher’s Edition: Build Skills, 17, 37, 59, 77, 85, 101, 129, 179, 191, 221, 265, 279, 297, 307, 319, 364, 413, 423, 439, 467, 502, 535, 551, 559, 599, 629, 657, 674, 729, 743, 757, 769, 789, 801, 845, 875, 885, 905, 941, 1000, 1065, 1117, 1145, 1161, 1219, 1231, 1253, 1279, 1289, 1301, 1311, 1323, 1341; Apply the Skills, 33, 51, 71, 81, 97, 111, 125, 141, 183, 217, 227, 271, 291, 303, 313, 323, 380, 409, 419, 433, 457, 500, 525, 545, 553, 565, 619, 649, 672, 691, 737, 751, 765, 785, 795, 807, 863, 881, 895, 937, 972, 998, 1023, 1109, 1123, 1133, 1155, 1169, 1211, 1227, 1247, 1271, 1285, 1297, 1307, 1315, 1335, 1349

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(Vendor/Publisher) SPECIFIC LOCATION OF CONTENT WITHIN PRODUCT Student & Teacher’s Edition: Author's Purpose, 1045, 1251; Determining Author's Purpose, 1301, 1306, 1307; Author's Meaning on Test, 1363; Author's Biography, 1065, 1066, 1071, 1077, 1078, 1085, 1086, 1093, 1109; Author's Bias, 557, 563, 565; Author's Meaning, 1363; From the Author's Desk, 821, 1039, 1357; From the Scholar's Desk, 337, 573, 701, 1177; From the Translator's Desk, 153, 241; Author, 76, 100, 264, 266, 268, 275, 278, 296, 360, 422, 424, 437, 438, 440, 466, 532, 556, 558, 628, 656, 728, 730, 742, 756, 758, 762, 768, 788, 800, 844, 874, 884, 904, 940, 1029, 1031, 1032, 1064, 1116, 1126, 1141, 1144, 1200, 1230, 1252, 1278, 1300, 1310, 1318, 1321, 1322, 1340 Student & Teacher’s Edition: Characters, R10, 1161, 1165, 1169; Short Story, 1062; Characterization, R10; Characters in Drama, 974, 975, 976, 982, 983, 984, 987, 989, 992, 994, 996, 998; Characters in Epic, 17, 20, 30, 33; Characters in Epic Poem, 674, 676, 677, 679, 680, 682, 685, 691; Indirect/direct Characterization, R10, 674, 691, 1062, 1127, 1133; Drawing Conclusions, , 789,

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Epic Poem, 363, 374, 411, 534, 600, 658, 665, 675, 683; Narrative Poem, 550; Prose Poem, 1290; Fiction: Novel, 770, 778, 781, 802; Short Story, 642, 744, 906, 913, 928, 1066, 1162, 1202, 1232, 1302, 1324, 1329; Fable, 106, 230, 790, 792; Folk Tale, 86; Parable, 320, 321, 322; Drama, 460, 462, 468, 503, 846, 851, 942, 975, 1001; Proverb, 130, 131; Epic, 18, 23, 25, 30, 132, 192, 200, 208, 222, 610; Religious Writings: Hymns, 176, 180, 181; Scripture, 38, 44, 60, 67, 68, 69, 70, 74, 78, 79, 80 Student & Teacher’s Edition: Build Skills, 17, 37, 59, 77, 85, 101, 129, 179, 191, 221, 265, 279, 297, 307, 319, 364, 413, 423, 439, 467, 502, 535, 551, 559, 599, 629, 657, 674, 729, 743, 757, 769, 789, 801, 845, 875, 885, 905, 941, 1000, 1065, 1117, 1145, 1161, 1219, 1231, 1253, 1279, 1289, 1301, 1311, 1323, 1341; Apply the Skills, 33, 51, 71, 81, 97, 111, 125, 141, 183, 217, 227, 271, 291, 303, 313, 323, 380, 409, 419, 433, 457, 500, 525, 545, 553, 565, 619, 649, 672, 691, 737, 751, 765, 785, 795, 807, 863, 881, 895, 937, 972, 998, 1023, 1109, 1123, 1133, 1155, 1169, 1211, 1227, 1247, 1271, 1285, 1297, 1307, 1315, 1335, 1349; Critical Reading, 24, 32, 43, 50, 66, 80, 96, 105, 110, 121, 124, 131, 140, 182, 199, 207, 216, 226, 270, 285, 288, 290, 299,

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develop a focused composition that has a clear and logical progression of ideas supported by relevant details.

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(Vendor/Publisher) SPECIFIC LOCATION OF CONTENT WITHIN PRODUCT Student & Teacher’s Edition: Research and Technology Guide, R25; Citing Sources and Preparing Manuscript, R27; R32; Citing/Documenting, 700; Using APA Style, R29; Using MLA Style, 325 Student & Teacher’s Edition: Research and Technology Guide, R25; Citing Sources and Preparing Manuscript, R27; R32; Citing/Documenting, 700; Using APA Style, R29; Using MLA Style, 325 Student & Teacher’s Edition: Sentences, 127, 149, 154, 242, 697, 702, 822, 1351; Revising: Sentences, 127, 149, 154, 242, 697, 702, 822, 1351 Student & Teacher’s Edition: Narration: Response to Literature, 1036–1043; Writing About Literature, 148– 149, 236–237, 332– 333, 568–569, 696– 697, 816–817, 1034– 1035, 1172–1173, 1352–1353 The following resources materials provide integrated and supplemental grammar and writing support: Daily Language Practice Transparencies, Graphic Organizer Transparencies, and the Skills Development Workbook.

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