Friday, June 25, 2010

*Identify learning targets within each content expectation in this unit. Example: 1.3.4

1.1 Understand and practice writing as a recursive process.
1.2 Use writing, speaking, and visual expression for personal understanding and growth.

1.3 Communicate in speech, writing, and multimedia using content, form, voice, and style appropriate to the audience and purpose (e.g., to reflect, persuade, inform, analyze, entertain, inspire).
*1.3.4 Develop an argument by analyzing different perspectives and employing a structure that effectively conveys the ideas in writing (e.g., resolve inconsistencies in logic; use a range of strategies to persuade, clarify, and defend a position with precise and relevant evidence; anticipate and address concerns and counterclaims; provide a clear and effective conclusion.

2.1 Develop critical reading, listening, and viewing strategies.
2.2 Use a variety of reading, listening, and viewing strategies to construct meaning beyond the literal level (e.g. drawing inferences; confirming and correcting; making comparisons, connections, and generalizations; and drawing conclusions).
2.3 Develop as a reader, listener, and viewer for personal, social, and political purposes, through independent and collaborative reading.
3.2 Read and respond to classic and contemporary fiction, literary nonfiction and expository text from a variety of literary genres representing many time periods and authors.
3.3 Use knowledge of literary history, traditions, and theory to respond to and analyze the meaning of text.

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