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Learning Targets

1) I can identify and quote passages from a text to support my response.
2) I can analyze the role of supporting ideas to the central idea of a text.
3) I can use relevant facts, details, definitions, quotes, and examples from a text to develop and support my topic.
1) I can identify and quote passages from a text to support my response.
2) I can analyze the role of supporting ideas to the central idea of a text.
3) I can use relevant facts, details, definitions, quotes, and examples from a text to develop and support my topic.
1) I can analyze the central ideas of a nonfiction text.
2) I can identify and quote passages from a text to support my response.
3) I can use prior knowledge to make predictions about what will happen in a text.
1) I can analyze the central ideas of a nonfiction text.
2) I can identify and quote passages from a text to support my response.
3) I can use prior knowledge to make predictions about what will happen in a text.
1) I can analyze the central ideas of a nonfiction text.
2) I can identify and quote passages from a text to support my response.
3) I can use prior knowledge to make predictions about what will happen in a text.
1) I can analyze the central ideas of a nonfiction text.
2) I can identify and quote passages from a text to support my response.
3) I can use prior knowledge to make predictions about what will happen in a text.
1) I can analyze how an author structures a nonfiction text.
2) I can analyze how a particular section of text contributes to the development of the overall ideas and message of the text.
3) I can determine points of view in a story.
1) I can analyze how an author structures a nonfiction text.
2) I can analyze how a particular section of text contributes to the development of the overall ideas and message of the text.
3) I can analyze how an author develops and contrasts different points of view in a work of literature.
 
1) I can I can identify key events and details that support the theme or central idea.
2) I can analyze how setting impacts the plot.
3) I can analyze how setting affects and shapes characters.
4) I can determine the meaning of unfamiliar words using context clues.
1) I can draw inferences from a text.
2) I can analyze how a theme is developed in a work of literature.
3) I can provide a detailed summary of a work.
4) I can use the relationship between words to better understand their meanings and connotations.
1) I can find text evidence in a reading passage.
2) I can provide text evidence to support my conclusions.
3) I can describe evidence an author uses to develop a main idea or theme.
1) I can find text evidence in a reading passage.
2) I can provide text evidence to support my conclusions.
3) I can describe evidence an author uses to develop a main idea or theme.
 
1) I can draw inferences from a text.
2) I can write narrative compositions.
3) I can plan and develop a draft in writing.
 
1) I can draw inferences from a text.
2) I can write narrative compositions.
3) I can plan and develop a draft in writing.
1) I can define and give examples of 7th grade level vocabulary words.
2) I can determine the main idea of a fictional reading passage.
3) I can write a brief summary of a fictional reading passage.
1) I can define and give examples of 7th grade level vocabulary words.
2) I can determine the main idea of a fictional reading passage.
3) I can write a brief summary of a fictional reading passage.
1) I can define and give examples of 7th grade level vocabulary words.
2) I can determine the main idea of a fictional reading passage.
3) I can write a brief summary of a fictional reading passage.
4) I can discuss the impact of setting on the characters and events in a fictional reading passage.
1) I can define and give examples of 8th grade level vocabulary words.
2) I can determine the main idea of a fictional reading passage.
3) I can write a brief summary of a fictional reading passage.
4) I can discuss the impact of setting on the characters and events in a fictional reading passage.
1) I can I can identify key events and details that support the theme or central idea.
2) I can analyze how setting impacts the plot.
3) I can analyze how setting affects and shapes characters.
4) I can determine the meaning of unfamiliar words using context clues.
1) I can I can identify key events and details that support the theme or central idea.
2) I can analyze how setting impacts the plot.
3) I can analyze how setting affects and shapes characters.
4) I can determine the meaning of unfamiliar words using context clues.
1) I can draw inferences from a text.
2) I can analyze how a theme is developed in a work of literature.
3) I can provide a detailed summary of a work.
4) I can use the relationship between words to better understand their meanings and connotations.
1) I can draw inferences from a text.
2) I can analyze how a theme is developed in a work of literature.
3) I can provide a detailed summary of a work.
4) I can use the relationship between words to better understand their meanings and connotations.
1) I can use context clues to determine or clarify meanings of words.
2) I can analyze what a text states.
3) I can site text evidence to support analysis of a text.
4) I can draw inferences from a text.
1) I can use context clues to determine or clarify meanings of words.
2) I can analyze what a text states.
3) I can site text evidence to support analysis of a text.
4) I can draw inferences from a text.
1) I can use context clues to determine or clarify meanings of words.
2) I can analyze what a text states.
3) I can site text evidence to support analysis of a text.
4) I can draw inferences from a text.
1) I can use context clues to determine or clarify meanings of words.
2) I can analyze what a text states.
3) I can site text evidence to support analysis of a text.
4) I can draw inferences from a text.

1) I can analyze how particular elements of a story or drama interact.

2) I can explain how setting shapes the characters or plot of a literary work. 

1) I can determine a theme of a text and analyze its development over the course of a text.
2) I can analyze how particular lines of dialogue or incidents in a story or drama reveal traits and aspects of a character or characters.
1) I can analyze what a text says explicitly.
2) I can draw inferences from a test.
3) I can cite strong evidence to support my analysis of a text.
4) I can analyze how particular lines of dialogue or incidents reveal aspects of a character. 
1) I can analyze what a text says explicitly.
2) I can draw inferences from a test.
3) I can cite strong evidence to support my analysis of a text.
4) I can analyze how particular lines of dialogue or incidents reveal aspects of a character. 
1) I can support claims with logical reasoning and relevant evidence.
2) I can introduce a topic clearly, previewing what is to follow.
3) I can organize ideas, concepts, and information in an essay.
1) I can support claims with logical reasoning and relevant evidence.
2) I can introduce a topic clearly, previewing what is to follow.
3) I can organize ideas, concepts, and information in an essay.
1) I can interpret the various ways in which information is presented.
2) I can draw inferences from a text.
3) I can site text evidence to support my analysis of a text.
4) I can determine the effect that one character's action has on another character.
1) I can analyze how a theme or central idea is developed in a work of literature.
2) I can identify key events and details that support the theme or central idea.
3) I can draw inferences from a fictional text.
4) I can analyze how the setting of a fictional text influences conflict between two or more characters.
1) I can analyze what a text says explicitly.
2) I can site text evidence to support my analysis of a text.
3) I can use grade level-appropriate words effectively.
4) I can identify key events and details that support the theme or central idea of a non-fiction text.
5) I can explain main ideas and supporting details presented in diverse formats.
1) I can analyze what a text says explicitly.
2) I can site text evidence to support my analysis of a text.
3) I can use grade level-appropriate words effectively.
4) I can identify key events and details that support the theme or central idea of a non-fiction text.
5) I can explain main ideas and supporting details presented in diverse formats.
1) I can define and give examples of grade level appropriate vocabulary words.
2) I can identify and quote passages from a text to support my response to extended response questions.
3) I can gather relevant information from multiple sources.
4) I can conduct short research assignments and tasks to build knowledge.
 
1) I can make inferences based on textual evidence.
2) I can identify the central ideas of a nonfiction text.
3) I can determine meanings of 8th grade vocabulary words.
4) I can establish and maintain a style appropriate to my purpose and audience.
5) I can identify and quote passages from a text to support my response.
1) I can define and give examples of grade level appropriate vocabulary words.
2) I can determine the central idea of a nonfiction text. 
3) I can provide an objective summary of a nonfiction test.
4) I can support claims with logical reasoning and relevant evidence.
1) I can define and give examples of grade level appropriate vocabulary words.
2) I can determine the central idea of a nonfiction text. 
3) I can provide an objective summary of a nonfiction test.
4) I can support claims with logical reasoning and relevant evidence.
1) I can make inferences based on textual evidence.
2) I can identify the central ideas of a fiction text.
3) I can define and give synonyms of 7the grade vocabulary words.
4) I can establish and maintain a style appropriate to my purpose and audience.
5) I can identify and quote passages from a text to support my response.
1) I can make inferences based on textual evidence.
2) I can identify the central ideas of a nonfiction text.
3) I can write an introduction that previews what is to follow and organizes ideas.
4) I can establish and maintain a style appropriate to my purpose and audience.
5) I can identify and quote passages from a text to support my response.
1) I can use context clues to determine or clarify meanings of words.
2) I can analyze what a text states.
3) I can site text evidence to support analysis of a text.
4) I can draw inferences from a text.
1) I can make inferences based on textual evidence.
2) I can identify the central ideas of a fiction text.
3) I can write an introduction that previews what is to follow and organizes ideas.
4) I can establish and maintain a style appropriate to my purpose and audience.
5) I can identify and quote passages from a text to support my response.
1) I can make inferences based on textual evidence.
2) I can identify the central ideas of a nonfiction text.
3) I can write an introduction that previews what is to follow and organizes ideas.
4) I can establish and maintain a style appropriate to my purpose and audience.
5) I can identify and quote passages from a text to support my response.