Kindergarten Step Up to Writing and California Treasures correlation Step Up to Writing Strategy

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1 California Standard Writing Strategies 1.1 Use letters and phonetically spelled words to write about experiences, stories, people, objects, and events. 1. Write consonantvowel-consonant words. Demonstrate the alphabetic principle. 1. Write by moving left to right and from top to bottom. 1. Write uppercase and lowercase letters independently, attending to form and spatial alignment. Kindergarten Step Up to Writing and California Treasures correlation Step Up to Writing Strategy * Types of Writing * Important Distinctions * Sharing Information * Writing Just to Entertain Section (in Step Up to Writing materials) California Treasures correlation TE: UNIT 1: 1, 11, 199, UNIT : 91, 1,,, 9, 9,, 8, UNIT : 1,,, 19, 9,, UNIT : 89, 91, 9, 99, 989, 99, 100, UNIT : 1, 19, 19, 1, 1, UNIT : 11, 10, 11, 1, 18, 199, 109, 11, 1, UNIT : 191, 18, 19, 1, 19, 19, 1, 18, UNIT 8: 181, 19, 00, 019, 09, 0, 0, UNIT 9: 111, 19, 0,, 9, 89, 9, 9, 0, UNIT 10: 1,,, 9,,, TE: UNIT : 98, UNIT : 8,, UNIT : 100, UNIT : 118, 1, UNIT : 18, 1, UNIT 8: 18, UNIT 9: 1, 11, 18, 9, UNIT 10: 9, 8, TE: UNIT 1: 1, 1, 10, 11, 1, 18, 199, 09, UNIT : 9, 91, 01,,, 8,, 9, UNIT : 9, 1,,,, 0, 19, 9, UNIT : 88, 9, 989, UNIT : 11, 11, UNIT : 119, 11, 11, 19, 11, 1, 18, 109, UNIT : 19, 191, 101, 1, 1, 18, UNIT 8: 189, 181, 19, 19, 19, 09, UNIT 9: 099, 111, 11, 19, 0,, UNIT 10:, 91,,, 9, 9 TE: UNIT 1: 1, 9, 101, 1, 1, 18, 09, 1, UNIT :, 01, 09, 1, 8, 9,, UNIT :, 1,,, 0, UNIT : 881, 9, 98, UNIT : 111, 11, 111, 11, 1, UNIT : 11, 119, 11, 101, 1, 1, 18, UNIT : 1, 19, 101, 109, 11, 18, 1, UNIT 8: 18, 189, 191, 19, 19, 19, 00, UNIT 9: 09, 099, 119, 19, 181, 18, 0, 1,, UNIT 10:, 81, 9, 1,, 9

2 Written/Oral Conventions 1.1 Recognize and use complete, coherent sentences when speaking. * And, But, and Or Statements (Conjunctions) TE: UNIT 1:, UNIT :, 8, UNIT : 119, 1, 1, 18, UNIT : 118, 10, 19, 18, 10, UNIT 8: 188, 19, 199, UNIT 9: 098,, UNIT 10: 8 1. Spell independently, using pre- to early phonetic knowledge, sounds of the alphabet, and knowledge of letter names. TE: UNIT 1: 19, 1,, UNIT :, 8, UNIT :,, UNIT : 918, 9, 99, 100, UNIT : 1, 19, 19, 1, UNIT : 1, 19, 199, 10, 1, UNIT : 11, 19, 18, UNIT 8: 19, 01, 0, UNIT 9: 0, UNIT 10:

3 California Standard Writing Strategies 1.1 Select a focus when writing. 1. Use descriptive words when writing. 1. Print legibly and space letters, words, and sentences appropriately. Writing Applications.1 Write brief narratives describing an experience (e.g., fictional, autobiographical).. Write brief expository descriptions of a real object, person, place, or event, using sensory details. Grade 1 Step Up to Writing and California Treasures correlation Step Up to Writing Strategy * Writing Just to Entertain * Quick Sketch * Narrative Description * Better s *Types of Writing * Important Distinctions * Narrative Description * Quick Sketch * Better s * Types of Writing * Generic Expository Paragraphs * The Five Elements of Expository Writing * Organization Is the * Topic s Are the Heart * The E s Are the Meat * Description Section (in Step Up to Writing materials) California Treasures correlation TE: UNIT 1: H, 9A, D, A, A, 1D, 1B, UNIT : H, C, H, D, C, 9A, 11H, 1B, UNIT : H, H, 9E, H, D, 9A, 8H, 11H, 11H, 1B, UNIT : 9D, 9D, 9B, 9Q, 9D, Q, 8D, 101Q, 11D, 1B, UNIT : 9D, Q, D, 8D, 9Q, 9A, 11Q, 19D, 1Q, 1B, UNIT : 9D, D, 9C, 9Q, 9A, 101D, 19Q, 19D TE: UNIT 1: D, D, H, B, C-D, A, C, 9H, 8A, 10B, 1D, UNIT : 1B, 10D, 11H, 1D, 1D, UNIT : 9E, 1B, 8H, 8B, 10D, 11H, 11B, 1B, 1C, UNIT : 101P, 1P, 1C, UNIT : C, P, 1I, 9Q, 101D, 11C, 11P, 1C, UNIT : N TE: UNIT 1: 1E, 10/10, 10/11, UNIT : /, 8D, 11E, UNIT : 10C, 11C, 1/1, UNIT : /, /, UNIT : 0/1, 80/81, 1P, UNIT : C, 9B, 1/1, 1P TE: UNIT 1: H, 11B, E, 1B, I, H, 9B, E, 9B, 99D, 111B, 1F, UNIT : 8H, 8B, 10E, 109B, 11B, 1E, 19C, 1C, UNIT : 11B, B, 9E, UNIT : 9C, 9Q, 9C, 9Q, /, UNIT : 98L, UNIT : 1P, 1Q SB: UNIT 1:, 0,, 10, 10, UNIT : 110, 10, UNIT :, 11, 1, UNIT :, 108 TE: UNIT 1: H, 11B, D, B, A, 9B, 81B, 11D, UNIT : H, 11B, D, B, D, 81B, UNIT : A, 9B, 81B, 11D, UNIT : C, Q, 9A, 1C, 1I, UNIT : C, Q, 9B, 9C, 9A, 9K, 1C, UNIT : 8D, 9C, 9A, 1C SB: UNIT :,, 80, UNIT : 80, 1, UNIT :, UNIT : 0, 80, 9, 1

4 Written/Oral Conventions 1.1 Write and speak in complete, coherent sentences. 1. Identify and correctly use singular and plural nouns. 1. Identify and correctly use contractions and singular possessive pronouns when speaking. 1. Distinguish between declarative, exclamatory, and interrogative sentences. 1. Use period, exclamation point, or question mark at the end of sentences. 1. Use knowledge of basic punctuation and capitalization when writing. * Current Event Writing * Examples and Evidence (the E s) * Better s * Organizing Ideas for a Speech * Oral Book Report * Stand Up and Sound Off TE: UNIT 1: 11A, B, 1B, A, J, G, 9A, 1F, 99C, 10I, 1D, 11I, UNIT : G, J, 0/1, 1B, D, B, A, J, H, 9B, 81B, 111A, 111F, 111I, 11A, 11F, 11I, 1E, UNIT : 9D, 9A, 81K, 8L, 10/11, 1A, UNIT : 9C, 9B, 9O, B, H, 9C, 9O, 9B, B, H, 9C, B, P, 81J, 101C, 10B, 1I, 1D, UNIT : 9C, B, O, 9B, 1H, 19A, 19I, UNIT : C, 1I, C, B, O, Q, 9B, 81H, 9A, 9P, 9Q, 9J, 101C, 19B, 19O, 1B, 1H, 19C, 1B, 1O, 1B, 1H TE: UNIT 1: G, 11A, B, B, H, UNIT : G, 11A, B, B, H, G, 1A, B, B, H, G, 9A, A, 81A, 81J TE: UNIT 1: 11G, 11A, 11B, 1B, 1H, UNIT : 11G, 11A, 11B, 1B, 1H, UNIT : 11C, 1B, 1O, 1B, 1H * Get Their Attention (Declarative Statement) * A Rhetorical Question Race * Check for Errors, Make Changes, Final Copy Race * Check for Errors, Make Changes, Final Copy TE: UNIT 1: 1H, G, A, A, A, J, L, 9G, 8A, 99B, 10B, 10H, 10G, 111A, 1B, 19B, UNIT : B, UNIT : 9C, H, 9D, UNIT : 1L, UNIT : 81H TE: UNIT 1: 11I, C, 9B, 99B, 1B, UNIT : 81J, UNIT : 10B, UNIT : /, UNIT : O, 81H, UNIT : 9B TE: UNIT 1: C, B, 10B, 10H, UNIT : B, B, H, B, B, H, B, 11G, 11A, 1C, 19B, 11H, UNIT : B, 9C, B, 81J, 10B, 11H, 1H, 1E, UNIT : 9O, H, B, 9O, H, P, 81B, 81J, 10B, 109H,

5 1. Correctly capitalize the first word of a sentence, names of people, and the pronoun I. 1.8 Spell three- and four letter short vowel words, and phonetically spell other sight words correctly. Paragraph Race * Check for Errors, Make Changes, Final Copy Paragraph Paragraph * The Spelling Issue 1E, UNIT : 0/1, 80/81, 81H, 9P, 11O, 1O, 19H, 1D, UNIT : O, 9B, 1H, 80/81, 9B, 1B, 1O, 1B, 1H TE: UNIT 1: G, B, J, 1E, UNIT : 8G, 8A, 10C, 109B, 111H, UNIT : 9O, H, UNIT : O, 0/1, 1H, UNIT : O, 81H, 19O, 1H TE: UNIT 1: E, M, 11G, J, E, E, M, N, 9H, K, 1E, 1F, E, G, G, 9E, 9M, 8G, 99I, 10E, 10E, 10M, 111G, 11E, UNIT : E, M, 11G, I, E, E, M, N, 1G, I, E, F, E, M, 9G, I, 81G, 8E, 8M, 111E, 111F, 11E, 11M, 11N, 11G, 1K, 11E, 11F, UNIT : E, M, 11G, E, E, M, 1G, E, E, M, 9G, I, 81G, 8E, 10I, 11E, 11E, 11M, 11N, 11G, 11I, 1E, UNIT : E, 9I, 9H, 9V, E, E, 9I, 9H, 9V, E, E, 9I, V, 81G, 8E, 8I, 101H, 101V, 109E, 111E, 11I, 1H, 1V, 1E, UNIT : E, 9I, H, V, 1E, E, 8E, I, V, H, 81E, 8E, 8I, 9H, 9V, 9G, 99E, 11V, 1E, 19I, 1H, 1V, 19E, UNIT : E, 9I, H, V, 1E, E, I, H, V, 81E, 8I, 9V, 9G, 99E, 101I, 19H, 19V, 1E, 1E, 19I, 1H, 1V, 1E

6 California Standard Writing Strategies 1.1 Group related ideas and maintain a consistent focus. 1. Create readable documents with legible handwriting. 1. Understand the purposes of various reference materials. 1. Revise original drafts to improve sequence and provide more descriptive detail. Writing Applications.1 Write brief narratives based on students experiences that move through a logical sequence of events and describe Grade Step Up to Writing and California Treasures correlation Step Up to Writing Strategy * Organization Is the * Quick Sketch Section (in Step Up to Writing materials) California Treasures correlation TE: SS: UNIT 1: S1, C, Q, 1C, 1Q, S, 10C, 10Q, 19C, 19Q, 11B, UNIT : 189Q, C, Q, 9C, 9S, C, Q, 0C, 0Q, 1B, UNIT : C, Q, C, Q, 91S, C, Q, C, Q, B, UNIT : C, Q, 1C, 1Q, 8S, 11C, 11Q, 1C, 1Q, 1B, UNIT : 01C, 01Q, 09D, C, Q, S, 9C, 9Q, 11C, 11Q, UNIT : C, Q, 89C, 89Q, 01S, C, Q, C, O, B TE: SS: UNIT 1: S, S, D, D, D, 9D, 109D, UNIT : 1D, 19D, D, D, 8D, UNIT : D, 1D, 8D, 9D, D, UNIT : D, D, 9D, 11D, UNIT : 1D, 0D, 1D, D, 8D, UNIT : 9D, D, 9D, 0D, 9D * Using Magazines TE: UNIT 1: 9D, C, 11C, UNIT : 189X, 19A, D, 9C, 1C, UNIT : G, 8D, 91C, 91O, UNIT : 81D, 8C, 8O, 19A, 1C, UNIT : xvi, D, C, 11X UNIT : * Sequencing an Event Race * Accordion Approach for Young Writers * Check for Errors, Make Changes, Final Copy * Revision * ABC Your Paragraph * To Be Verbs * Types of Writing * Important Distinctions * Sequencing an Event * Narrative X, 9D, 01C TE: SS: UNIT 1: S1, S, 1D, D, C, 10D, 1D, 11D, UNIT : 19D, 9D, C, 9D, 09D, 1D, UNIT : D, 81D, 9C, 9D, D, D, UNIT : 9D, D, 8C, 8S, 89C, 11D, 1P, 19D, 1D, UNIT : 0D, D, 1C, 8D, 1D, D, UNIT : 9D, 91D, 0C, D, F, D, 9D TE: SS: UNIT 1: S9, Q, D, 1Q, I, 111D, 19P, 19Q, 1I, 11A, 11C, UNIT : 19D, 189C, 189P, 189Q, 19I, 198T, 1A, UNIT : D, Q, 8I, 9A, UNIT : 9D, Q, 1I, 8A, UNIT : 09D, Q, 9A, C, UNIT :

7 the setting, characters, objects, and events in detail.. Write a friendly letter complete with the date, salutation, body, closing, and signature. Written/Oral Conventions 1.1 Distinguish between complete and incomplete sentences. 1. Recognize and use the correct word order in written sentences. 1. Identify and correctly use various parts of speech, including nouns and verbs. 1. Use commas in the greeting and closure of a letter and with dates in a series. 1. Use quotation marks correctly. 1. Capitalize all proper nouns, words at the beginning of sentences and greetings, months and days of the week, Description 1D, O, 1I * Accordion Approach for Young Writers * Quick Sketch * Better s * Sharing Information TE: UNIT 1: 81D, 10Q, 10I, UNIT : 9B, D, Q, 81I, UNIT : 99D, Q, 1I, A, UNIT : 9D, 11O, 11Q, 119I, UNIT : D, 9Q, 8I, Race * Better s * However Statements (Conjunctive Adverb) * And, But, and Or Statements (Conjunctions) * Better s * Using a Quotation * What Needs Quotation Marks? Race * Check for Errors, Make Changes, Final Copy UNIT : 1D, Q, 1I TE: UNIT 1: 9C, H, C, B, 9C, A, L, 81C, 10B, 10B, 10H TE: UNIT 1: 9C, B, A, L, 10B, 10B, 111C TE: UNIT 1: 1B, 1A, UNIT : 19C, 189B, 19H, C, L, C, UNIT : B, 9B, 81H, UNIT : C, B, B, 9H, C, B, 81B, 8C, 91B, 9A, 9L, 99C, B, 9B, 1H, UNIT : 9C, B, 9B, 1H, C, 1B, B, H, 81C, 8B, 89A, 89L, 9C, 11B, 11B, 1J, UNIT : 1C, 01B, 0B, 0H, 09C, B, O, 9H, B, C, B, 1A, 1C, 1L, 89C, 11B, 1B, 1H, UNIT : 1C, B, O, 9B, 1H, G, C, 89B, 89J, 9H, 09C, B, B, H, 1C, B, 9B, 1H TE: UNIT 1: P, L, 10O, 10H, UNIT : 189O, 19B, 19H, O, 9B, UNIT : 8H, 91P, 9L, UNIT : 11O, 119H, UNIT : O, 9B, 1H TE: UNIT 1: 19O, 1H, UNIT : 1O, B, H, UNIT : 01O, 0B, 0H TE: UNIT 1: O, H, B, H, 19O, UNIT : O, 1H, 9B, A, L, UNIT : O, O, 1H, H, UNIT : O, 9B, 1H, 8P, UNIT : P, 1L, 11O, 1H, UNIT : 89O, 91B, 9H, 01P,

8 and titles and initials of people. 1. Spell frequently used, irregular words correctly. 1.8 Spell basic short vowel, long-vowel, r-controlled, and consonant-blend patterns correctly. Paragraph Paragraph *The Spelling Issue Paragraph * The Spelling Issue O, 9B, 1H TE: SS: UNIT 1: S8, S0, S, S, V, UNIT : V TE: SS: UNIT 1: S1, E, H, E, H, 1H, 1U, E, E, 9I, X, I, 9E, 10H, 10U, 10E, 109C, 111H, 19H, 19V, 1E, UNIT : 1E, 19I, 189H, 189V, 19E, 19E, 199H, H, U, 1E, E, I, 9H, 9X, I, E, H, 8E, 0H, UNIT : E, H, H, U, 9E, 1E, H, 8E, 91H, 91X, 9E, H, V, 1E, E, I, H, U, E, UNIT : 9E, 91E, 11H, UNIT : 1E, 0E, 0E, 1E, 1I, 8E, 1E, UNIT : 9E, 1E

9 California Standard Writing Strategies 1.1 Create a single paragraph: a. Develop a topic sentence. b. Include simple supporting facts and details. 1. Write legibly in cursive or joined italic, allowing margins and correct spacing between letters in a word and words in a sentence. 1. Understand the structure and organization of various reference materials. 1. Revise drafts to improve the coherence and logical progression of ideas by using an established rubric. Writing Applications.1 Write narratives that provide context within which an action takes place, include well chosen detail to Grade Step Up to Writing and California Treasures correlation Step Up to Writing Strategy * Organization Is the * Topic s Are the Heart * Writing Just to Entertain * Framed Paragraphs Race * Topic s and Thesis * Adding the Blues (Creativity) * Accordion Approach for Young Writers * Quick Sketch * Perfect Paragraphs * Analyze a Paragraph * Handling the Paper Load * The Cursive Issue Section (in Step Up to Writing materials) California Treasures correlation TE: UNIT 1: K, 1A, 11B, UNIT : A, 81B, UNIT : A, UNIT :, UNIT : 199D TE: UNIT 1: H, 11E, UNIT : H, UNIT : H, F, 8H, 8N, 109H, 11F * Using Magazines TE: UNIT 1: xvi, S1, C, 11C, UNIT : xvi, 8IC, UNIT : xvi, C, D, UNIT : C, D, UNIT : 11D, 1K Race * Check for Errors, Make Changes, Final Copy * Scoring Guides * Revision * ABC Your Paragraph * Types of Writing * Important Distinctions * Narrative Description * Adding the Blues TE: UNIT 1: S, H, F, N, 111H, 1F, 11D, 11F, UNIT : 189H, 09F, 1N, H, F, 81F, UNIT : 9F, 09H, F, N, 91H, F, UNIT : H, F, 8N, 109H, 11F, 1D, 1F, UNIT : 11H, 199F, 11N, H, F, D, F, UNIT : 09H, F, N, 8H, 11F TE: UNIT 1: G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, 11A, 11B, 11C, 11D, UNIT : 8G, 8H, 8I, 8J, 8K, 8L, 8M, 8N, 9, 1A, UNIT : 11G, 11H, 11I, 11J, 11K, 11L, 11M, 11N

10 develop the plot, and provide insight into why this incident is memorable.. Write descriptions that use concrete sensory details to present and support unified impressions of people, places, things, or experiences.. Write personal and formal letters, thank-you notes, and invitations. Written/Oral Conventions 1.1 Understand and be able to use complete and correct declarative, interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory sentences. 1. Identify subjects and verbs that are in agreement and identify and use pronouns, adjectives, compound words, and articles correctly. 1. Identify and use past, present, and future verb tenses properly. 1. Identify and use subjects and verbs correctly in simple sentences. 1. Punctuate dates, city and state, and titles of books correctly. (Creativity) * Accordion Approach for Young Writers * Quick Sketch * Better s * Meaningful s * Types of Writing * Description * Better s TE: UNIT 1: 111A, 1, UNIT : 188, 1G, 81A, UNIT : 90, 91A,, UNIT : 1C, UNIT :, UNIT : * Sharing Information UNIT : G, 9A, 9B, 9C, UNIT : G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, H, I, J, K, L, M, N * Get Their Attention (Declarative Statement) Race * Organizing Ideas for a Speech * Stand Up and Sound Off * Better s * Better s * Better s * Check for Errors, Make Changes, Final Copy Paragraph TE: UNIT 1: 1F, 1F, 11E, UNIT : N, D, UNIT : 08,, 9E TE: UNIT : F, 81E, UNIT : F, 89F, 1F, UNIT : 11E, 19F, UNIT : 0E, F TE: UNIT : F, F, 89D, 89E, UNIT : 1F, UNIT : 1N, 11F TE: UNIT : F, F, 89D, 89E, UNIT : 1F, UNIT : 1N, 11F TE: UNIT : F, UNIT : 0F, 1F, UNIT : 0F

11 1. Use commas in dates, locations, and addresses for items in a series. 1. Capitalize geographical names, holidays, historical periods, and special events correctly. 1.8 Spell correctly one syllable words that have blends, contractions, compounds, orthographic patterns, and common homophones. 1.9 Arrange words in alphabetic order. * The List Statement * Current Event Writing * Check for Errors, Make Changes, Final Copy Paragraph Paragraph * The Spelling Issue TE: UNIT : 0F, 1F, UNIT : 09F TE: UNIT : 08, UNIT : 0F TE: UNIT 1: S, 1C, J, C, C, 109C, 1D, UNIT : 1C, N, UNIT : 0D, D, 1D, UNIT : 10C, 110N, UNIT : 19D, UNIT : 0C, 81C TE: UNIT 1: D, UNIT : 1D, UNIT : D, 8M

12 California Standard Writing Strategies 1.1 Select a focus, an organizational structure, and point of view based upon purpose, audience, length, and format requirements. Grade Step Up to Writing and California Treasures correlation Step Up to Writing Strategy * Organization Is the * Topic s Are the Heart * Writing Just to Entertain * What Is an Essay? * Organizing Ideas and Information * Transitions * Hints for Writing a Conclusion * Adding the Blues (Creativity) * Preparing and Giving a Speech * Quick Sketch * Point of View Section (in Step Up to Writing materials) California Treasures correlation TE: UNIT 1: S, A,,, 101A, 1, 19B, UNIT : 198, 199H,, UNIT : H,, 01B, UNIT :, UNIT : 9B, UNIT : 9, 9A, 9B, D, 801, 801A, 80B 1. Create multipleparagraph compositions that: a. Provide an introductory paragraph. b. Establish and support a central idea with a topic sentence at or near the beginning of the first paragraph. c. Include supporting paragraphs with facts, details, and explanations. d. Conclude with a paragraph that summarizes the point. e. Use correct indentation. * Generic Expository Paragraphs * The Five Elements of Expository Writing * Organization Is the * Topic s Are the Heart * Conclusions Tie It Together * Framed Paragraphs * Organizing Multi-paragraphs * Topic s and Thesis * Practice Guide for Multi-paragraph Paper * Using Colors to Organize Multi-paragraphs * Examples and Evidence (the E s) * Hints for Writing a Conclusion * Imitate the Professionals * Adding the Blues (Creativity) * Analyze a Paragraph TE: UNIT 1: S, H, UNIT : 199G, 199H, 199I, 199J, 199K, 199L, 199M, 199N, A, B, C, D, E, F, G, UNIT : H, I, J, K, L, M, N,, 01A, 01B, 01C, 01D, 01E, 01F, 01G, UNIT : 08, 09, 09G, 09H, 09I, 09J, 09K, 09L, 09M, 09N, 9A, 9B, 9C, 9D, 9E, 9F, 9G, UNIT : 0, 1, 1G, 1H, 1I, 1J, 1K, 1L, 1M, 1N, 80A, 80B, 80C, 80D, 80E, 80F, 80G

13 1. Use traditional structures for conveying information such as: a. Chronological order b. Cause and effect c. Similarity and difference d. Posing and answering a question 1. Write fluidly and legibly in cursive. 1. Quote or paraphrase information sources, citing them appropriately. 1. Locate information in reference texts by using organizational features. 1. Use various reference materials as an aid in writing. 1.8 Understand the organization of almanacs, newspapers, and periodicals and how to use those print materials. 1.9 Demonstrate basic keyboarding skills and familiarity with the vocabulary of technology Edit and revise selected drafts to improve coherence and progression by adding, deleting, consolidating, and rearranging text. * Handling the Paper Load * Organization Is the TE: UNIT :, UNIT : 9C, 9D, 9C, UNIT : 1N,, H * Topic s Are the Heart * A Rhetorical Question * Transitions and Traditional Expressions * Conclusions Tie It Together * Compare/Contrast * Show Cause and Effect TE: UNIT 1: S, H, 19E, UNIT : H, 01E, UNIT : H, UNIT : * The Cursive Issue 9E, UNIT : 1H * Using a Quotation TE: UNIT : K, UNIT : xvi, 01I, UNIT : 09J, * What Needs UNIT : xvi, 80C Quotation Marks? * Using Quotations in the Body of the Paper * Using Magazines TE: UNIT 1:, C, UNIT : xvi, 19C, 19D, UNIT : D, UNIT : 9D, UNIT : 09J, UNIT : xvi * Using Magazines TE: UNIT 1: S1, S9, C, UNIT : xvi, UNIT : 0C, 0D, 09J, 9C, UNIT : 1K * Using Magazines TE: UNIT 1: C, D, UNIT : 09J, UNIT :, 8 * Skipping Lines TE: UNIT 1: 19I, 19J, UNIT : 199H, I, UNIT : H, C, D, UNIT : H, UNIT : 1H Race * Hints for Writing a Conclusion * Imitate the Professionals *Check for Errors, Make Changes, Final Copy * Better s * Revision * ABC Your TE: UNIT 1: S, S, H, F, H, K, L, N, 101H, 1F, 19D, 19E, 19F, UNIT : 19H, 18F, 199H, 199K, 199L, 199N, H, F, D, E, F, UNIT : 91H, F, H, K, L, N, 9F, 01D, 01E, 01F, UNIT : H, 1F, H, K, L, N, 0H, 1F, D, E, F, UNIT : 9H, 9F, 09H, 09K, 09L, 09N, H, F, 9D, 9E, 9F,

14 Writing Applications.1 Write narratives that relate ideas, observations, and/or memories; provide a context to enable the reader to imagine the world or the event or experience; use concrete sensory details; and provide insight into why it is memorable. Paragraph * Types of Writing * Important Distinctions * Narrative Description * Adding the Blues (Creativity) * Quick Sketch * Better s * Meaningful s * Point of View UNIT : 9F, 1H, 1K, 1L, 1N, H, 801F, 80D, 80E, 80F TE: UNIT 1: S,,, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, 19A, 19B, 19C, 19D, 19E, 19F, 19G, UNIT : 10K, UNIT : 0, 0B, A, E, 801D. Write responses to literature that demonstrate an understanding of the literary work.. Write informational reports that frame a key question about an issue or situation, include facts and details for focus, and draw from more than one source of information.. Write summaries that contain the main ideas of the reading selection and the most significant details. Written/Oral Conventions 1.1 Use simple and compound sentences. * Types of Writing * Generic Expository Paragraphs * The Five Elements of Expository Writing * Organization Is the * Topic s Are the Heart * Oral Book Report * Point of View * Vague Book Report * Types of Writing * Generic Expository Paragraphs * The Five Elements of Expository Writing * Organization Is the * Topic s Are the Heart * A Rhetorical Question * Hints for Writing a Conclusion * Preparing and Giving a Speech * Organization Is the * Writing Summaries * Learning Logs * Oral Book Report * Vague Book Report * However Statements (Compound ) * And, But, and Or TE: UNIT 1: 1, 9, UNIT : 198, 199, 199G, 199H, 199I, 199J, 199K, 199L, 199M, 199N, A, B, C, D, E, F, G, UNIT :,, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, 01A, 01B, 01C, 01D, 01E, 01F, 01G TE: UNIT : xvi, UNIT : 08, 09, 09G, 09H, 09I, 09J, 09K, 09L, 09M, 09N, 9A, 9B, 9C, 9D, 9E, 9F, 9G, UNIT : 9, 0, 1, 1G, 1H, 1I, 1J, 1K, 1L, 1M, 1N, 80A, 80B, 80C, 80D, 80E, 80F, 80G TE: UNIT 1: S, UNIT :,, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, A, B, C, D, E, F, G, UNIT : B, 91B TE: UNIT 1: E, F, E, F, E, F, 99F, 11E, 19E

15 1. Combine short, related sentences with appositive, participle phrases, adjectives, adverbs, and prepositional phrases. 1. Identify and use regular and irregular verbs, adverbs, prepositions, and coordinating conjunctions. 1. Use commas in direct quotations, apostrophes in possessives and contractions, and parentheses. 1. Use underlining, quotation marks, or italics to identify titles of documents. 1. Capitalize names of magazines, newspapers, works of art, musical compositions, organizations, and the first word in quotations when appropriate. 1. Spell correctly roots, inflections, suffixes and prefixes, and syllable Statements (Compound) * Semicolon Topic (Compound) * Stand Up and Sound Off * Better s * However Statements (Conjunctive Adverb) * A Few Good Prepositions * Two Nouns and Two Commas (Appositive) * However Statements (Conjunctive Adverb) * And, But, and Or Statements (Conjunctions) * A Few Good Prepositions * Better s * Using a Quotation * What Needs Quotation Marks? * Using Quotations in the Body of the Paper * What Needs Quotation Marks or Italics? * Using a Quotation * What Needs Quotation Marks? * Using Quotations in the Body of the Paper Paragraph Paragraph * The Spelling Issue TE: UNIT : 09E, 09F, E, F, 1E, 1F, UNIT : 01F, F, 99E, 99F TE: UNIT 1: E, 99E, 11E, UNIT :, UNIT : 89E, 89F, E, F, E, F, E, F, 9E, 9F, UNIT : E, F, UNIT : 9F, UNIT : 01E, 01F, E, F, 1E, 99E, 99F TE: UNIT : E, F, E, F, UNIT : 89F, F, 01E, UNIT : F, 01E, 01F, 9E, 9F, UNIT : F, UNIT : 1E, 1F TE: UNIT : F, UNIT : 1B, UNIT : 1K, F TE: UNIT : 1E, 1F, UNIT : 90, UNIT : 9D, UNIT : 1K, F, 99F, 80K TE: UNIT 1: S, S, C, D, C, D, C, D, 99C, 99D, 11C, 11D, UNIT : 1C, 1D, 18C, 18D, 18E, 18F, 188J,

16 constructions. 199C, 199D, 199E, C, D, C, D, E, UNIT : 89C, 89D, C, D, C, D, C, D, 9C, 9D, UNIT : C, D, N, 9C, 9D, C, D, 01C, 01D, 9C, 9D, UNIT : C, D, 9C, 9D, 09C, 09D, C, D, 1C, 1D, UNIT : 01C, 01D, C, D, 1C, 1D, 1C, 1D, N, 99C, 99D

17 California Standard Writing Strategies 1.1 Create multipleparagraph narrative compositions that establish and develop a situation or plot, describe the setting, and present an ending. 1. Create multipleparagraph expository compositions that: a. Establish a topic, important ideas, or events in sequence or chronological order. b. Provide details and transitional expressions that link one paragraph to another in a clear line of thought. c. Offer a concluding paragraph that summarizes important ideas and details. Grade Step Up to Writing and California Treasures correlation Step Up to Writing Strategy * Narrative Description * Organizing Multi-paragraphs * Practice Guide for Multi-paragraph Paper * The Framed Essay: Transition Topic s * Using Colors to Organize Multi-paragraphs * Transitions * Imitate the Professionals * Adding the Blues (Creativity) * Quick Sketch * Meaningful s * Point of View * Analyze a Paragraph * Handling the Paper Load * Generic Expository Paragraphs * The Five Elements of Expository Writing * Organization Is the * Topic s Are the Heart * Transitions Are the Glue * The E s Are the Meat * Conclusions Tie It Together * Sequencing an Event * Current Event Writing * Framed Paragraphs * Organizing Multi-paragraphs * Topic s and Thesis * Organizing Ideas Section (in Step Up to Writing materials) California Treasures correlation TE: UNIT 1: 1G, 1H, 1I, 1J, 1K, 1L, 1M, 1N, 11A, 11B, 11C, 11D, 11E, 11F, 11G TE: UNIT 1: xvi, UNIT : xvi, 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E, 1F, 1G, UNIT : xvi, UNIT : xvi, UNIT : xvi 9A, 9B, 9C, 9D, 9E, 9F, 9G, UNIT : xvi

18 1. Use organizational features of printed text to locate relevant information. 1. Create simple documents using electronic media, employing organizational features. 1. Use thesaurus to identify alternative word choices and meanings. 1. Edit and revise manuscripts to improve the meaning and focus of writing by adding, deleting, consolidating, clarifying, and rearranging words and sentences. Writing Applications.1 Write narratives that establish plot, point of view, setting, and/or conflict, and that show rather than tell the events of the story. and Information * Using Colors to Organize Multi-paragraphs * Transitions * Examples and Evidence (the E s) * Hints for Writing a Conclusion * Imitate the Professionals * Adding the Blues (Creativity) * Analyze a Paragraph * Handling the Paper Load * Using Magazines TE: UNIT 1: 1QQ, T8, UNIT : 01QQ, 1C, UNIT : QQ, T8, UNIT : 1C, 1D, QQ, UNIT : 9H, 9QQ, T8, UNIT : QQ * Oral Book Report TE: UNIT 1: 11I, UNIT : 1I, 1J, UNIT : 9C, 9I, 9J, UNIT : C, I, J, UNIT : 9I, 9J, UNIT : 8I, 8J Race * Adding the Blues (Creativity) * Check for Errors, Make Changes, Final Copy * Better s * Revision * ABC Your Paragraph * Handling the Paper Load * Types of Writing * Important Distinctions * Narrative Description * Adding the Blues (Creativity) * Quick Sketch * Better s TE: UNIT 1: S1, S9, UNIT : 18, 19C, 19D, T, UNIT : 9F TE: UNIT 1: S, H, 9F, 1N, 9H, 1F, 11D, 11E, 11F, UNIT : 11H, 1L, 01N, 1H, F, 1D, 1E, 1F, UNIT : 9H, F, N, H, 91F, 9D, 9E, 9F, UNIT : 9H, F, N, 99H, 9F, D, E, F, UNIT : 1H, 8F, 9N, 1H, F, 9D, 9E, 9F, UNIT : 8H, 1F, N, 9H, 9F, 8D, 8E, 8F TE: UNIT 1: 1G, 1H, 1I, 1J, 1K, 1L, 1M, 1N, 11A, 11B, 11C, 11D, 11E, 11F, 11G

19 . Write responses to literature that: a. Demonstrate an understanding of a literary work. b. Support judgments through references, both to the text and to prior knowledge. c. Develop interpretations that exhibit careful reading and understanding.. Write research reports about important ideas, issues, or events that: a. Frame questions that direct the investigation. b. Establish a controlling idea or topic. c. Develop the topic with simple facts, details, examples, and explanations.. Write persuasive letters or compositions that: a. State a clear position in support of a proposal. b. Support a position with relevant * Meaningful s * Point of View * Types of Writing * Generic Expository Paragraphs * The Five Elements of Expository Writing * Organization Is the * Topic s Are the Heart * Conclusions Tie It Together * Topic s and Thesis * Examples and Evidence (the E s) * Hints for Writing a Conclusion * Adding the Blues (Creativity) * Oral Book Report * Vague Book Report * Types of Writing * Generic Expository Paragraphs * The Five Elements of Expository Writing * Organization Is the * Topic s Are the Heart * A Rhetorical Question * Conclusions Tie It Together * Current Event Writing * Topic s and Thesis * Examples and Evidence (the E s) * Hints for Writing a Conclusion * Preparing and Giving a Speech * Generic Expository Paragraphs * The Five Elements of Expository Writing * Organization Is the * Topic s Are the Heart * Sharing Information TE: UNIT : G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, 9A, 9B, 9C, 9D, 9E, 9F, 9G TE: UNIT 1: xvi, UNIT : xvi, 01G, 01H, 01I, 01J, 01K, 01L, 01M, 01N, 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E, 1F, 1G, UNIT : xvi, UNIT : xvi, UNIT : xvi, 9G, 9H, 9I, 9J, 9K, 9L, 9M, 9N, 9A, 9B, 9C, 9D, 9E, 9F, 9G, UNIT : xvi, 1W TE: UNIT : G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, A, B, C, D, E, F, G, UNIT : G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, 8A, 8B, 8C, 8D, 8E, 8F, 8G

20 evidence. c. Follow a simple organizational pattern. d. Address reader concerns. Written/Oral Conventions 1.1 Identify and correctly use prepositional phrases, appositives, and independent and dependent clauses; use transitions and conjunctions to connect ideas. 1. Identify and correctly use verbs that are often misused, modifiers, and pronouns. 1. Use colon to separate hours and minutes and to introduce a list; use quotation marks around exact words of a speaker and names of poems, songs, short stories, and so forth. 1. Use correct capitalization. 1. Spell roots, suffixes, prefixes, * Organizing Ideas and Information * Examples and Evidence (the E s) * Hints for Writing a Conclusion * Stand Up and Sound Off * Point of View * However Statements (Conjunctive Adverb) * And, But, and Or Statements (Conjunctions) * A Few Good Prepositions * Two Nouns and Two Commas (Appositive) * Transitions Are the Glue * Preparing and Giving a Speech * Better s * Better s * Using a Quotation * What Needs Quotation Marks? * Poetry Pieces Race Paragraph TE: UNIT 1: E, F, 1E, 1F, 9E, 9F, 1E, 1F, UNIT : 01F, UNIT : 1F, UNIT : 9E, 9F, 81E, 81F, UNIT : E, F TE: UNIT : 91E, 91F, 1E, 1F, E, F, E, F, 89E, 89F, UNIT : E, F, 1E, 1F, E, F, 9E, 9F, E, F, UNIT : 9E, 9F, 19E, 19F, 1E, 1F, UNIT : 8E, 8F, 11E, 11F TE: UNIT 1: 9F, UNIT : F, UNIT : 1F, F, UNIT : 81F, 9F, UNIT : F TE: UNIT 1: 1F, 9F, UNIT : 19E, 19F, 1F, F, UNIT : 1F, UNIT : F TE: UNIT 1: S, 1C, 1D, C, D, 1C, 1D, 9C, 9D, 1C, 1D, UNIT :

21 contractions, and syllable constructions correctly. Paragraph * The Spelling Issue 19C, 19D, 1C, 1D, 01C, 01D, 0N, 0O, 9C, 9D, C, D, UNIT : 91C, 91D, 1C, 1D, C, D, F, C, D, 89C, 89D, UNIT : C, D, 1C, 1D, C, D, E, 9C, 9D, C, D, UNIT : 9C, 9D, 9C, 9D, 19C, 19D, 1C, 1D, UNIT : 8C, 8D, 11C, 11D, C, D, B, C, D

22 California Standard Written and Oral English Language Conventions: 1.1 Structure: Use simple, compound, and compoundcomplex sentences; use effective coordination and subordination of ideas to express complete thoughts. 1. Grammar: Identify and properly use indefinite pronouns and present perfect, past perfect, and future perfect tenses; ensure that verbs agree with compound subjects. 1. Punctuation: Use colons after the salutation in business letters, semicolons to connect independent clauses, and commas when linking two clauses with a conjunction in compound sentences. 1. Capitalization: Use correct capitalization. 1. Spelling: Spell frequently misspelled words correctly (e.g., their, they re, there). Writing Strategies 1.1 Organization and Focus: Choose the form of writing (e.g., personal letter, letter to the editor, review, poem, report, narrative) that best Grade Step Up to Writing and California Treasures correlation Step Up to Writing Strategy * However Statements * And, But, and Or Statements * A Few Good Prepositions * Appositives Section (in Step Up to Writing materials) California Treasures correlation TE: UNIT 1: 1A, F, 91F, 11A, UNIT : 1A, 19F, 0E, UNIT : 9E, 9F, E, 9E, UNIT : 1F, UNIT : 9E, 9F, F, UNIT : E * Compound Subjects TE: UNIT : 11E, 11F, UNIT : 1E, 1F, E, 9F, UNIT : 01E, 01F * Semicolons and Independent Clauses * Appositives * And, Or, But Statements Race (Focuses on Proper Capitalization) * Folding Paper to Improve Writing TE: UNIT 1: F, W, UNIT : 1F, UNIT : 9F TE: UNIT 1: 1A, UNIT : 1F * The Spelling Issue TE: UNIT 1: S, 9D UNIT : 18C, UNIT : 11C, 11D, UNIT : 1C, UNIT : D, 99D * Kinds of Essays * Writing a Narrative TE: UNIT 1: B, 9, UNIT : 19F, UNIT : 1P, 8H, UNIT : 09B, 09H, UNIT : H

23 suits the intended purpose. 1. Organization and Focus: Create multiparagraph expository compositions that: a. Engage the interest of the reader and state a clear purpose. b. Develop the topic with supportive details, precise verbs, nouns, and adjectives to paint a visual image in the mind of the reader. c. Conclude with a detailed summary linked to the purpose of the composition. 1. Use a variety of effective and coherent organizational patterns, including comparison and contrast, organization by categories, and arrangement of spatial order, order of importance, or climactic order. 1. Research and Technology: Use organizational features of electronic text (e.g., bulletin boards, databases, keyword searches, addresses) to locate information. 1. Research and Technology: Compose documents with appropriate formatting by using word-processing skills and principles of design (e.g., margins, tabs, spacing, columns, page orientation). 1. Revising and Evaluating Writing: Revise writing to * Accordion Essays * Topic s/ Thesis * Verb List * Compare /Contrast Words * Conclusions * Hints for Writing a Conclusion * Sequencing an Event * Compare/Contrast Paragraphs * Skipping Lines (Increases boarding Speed) TE: UNIT : 18, 11D, 08, 9B, UNIT : H, 09C, UNIT : B TE: UNIT 1: 9I, 0J, 1B, T UNIT : 18L, 0, 9B, UNIT : 0,, D UNIT : 8B, UNIT : 09C, UNIT : B TE: UNIT 1: D, 9QQ, 1I, UNIT : 18QQ, 9I, UNIT : 11QQ, UNIT : C, D, UNIT : H, QQ, 09I, 09J, UNIT : H, QQ TE: UNIT 1: 9H, 1E, UNIT : 18H, UNIT : 11H, E, I, J, UNIT : 1H, 8E, 8I, UNIT : H, 09E, UNIT : H, E, I, J * Revision TE: UNIT 1: S,, H,, F, 9N, 9H, 11, 11F, 1D, 1F, UNIT :

24 improve organization and consistency of ideas with and between paragraphs. Writing Applications.1 Write narratives: a. Establish and develop a plot and setting and present a point of view that is appropriate to the stories. b. Include sensory details and concrete language to develop plot and character. c. Use a range of narrative devices (e.g., dialogue, suspense).. Write expository compositions (e.g., description, explanation, comparison and contrast, problem and solution): a. State the thesis or purpose. b. Explain the situation. c. Follow an organizational pattern appropriate to the type of composition. d. Offer persuasive evidence to validate arguments and conclusions as needed.. Write research reports: a. Pose relevant questions with a scope narrow enough to be thoroughly covered. b. Support the main idea or ideas with facts, details, examples, and explanations from 19H, 11F, 18N, 09H, F, 9D, 9F, UNIT : 1H, 99F, 11N, H, 1F, D, UNIT : 9H, 19F, 1N, H, 81F, 8D, 8F, UNIT : 1H, 1F, N, H, 0F, 09D, 09F, UNIT : H, F, N, 01H, 9F, D, F TE: UNIT 1: 9, 9G, 1B, 1C, 1D, 0K, 9K, UNIT : 18K, 1K, 0, UNIT : TE: UNIT : 18, 18G, 9A-9B, 9C-9D TE: UNIT 1: xvi, D, UNIT : T, 18K, UNIT : xvi, UNIT : xvi, G-N, 09A, 09B, 09C, UNIT : xvi, C, D

25 multiple authoritative sources (e.g., speakers, periodicals, online information searches). c. Include a bibliography.. Write responses to literature: a. Develop an interpretation exhibiting careful reading, understanding, and insight. b. Organize the interpretation around several clear ideas, premises, or images. c. Develop and justify the interpretation through sustained use of examples and textual evidence.. Write persuasive compositions: a. State a clear position on a proposition or proposal. b. Support the position with organized and relevant evidence. c. Anticipate and address reader concerns and counterarguments. TE: UNIT 1: 8, 9J, UNIT : 18K, 9, UNIT : 8, 19 R, 1G-1N, 9, B, 8B, 8C, 8H, UNIT : 09, 9, UNIT : E TE: UNIT : 18K, UNIT : 11, 11G, B, C, D, E, F,, UNIT : T, 09, UNIT : G-N, b, C

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