This writing resource guides students through the process of the "Big 6"--Task Definition, Information Seeking Strategies, Location and Access, Use of Information, Synthesis, and Evaluation.
In this fourth unit of eight total, Think Alouds (pages 27-33 of the pdf), students will apply skills to investigate and understand text.
This resource provides graphic organizers, questions based on Bloom's Taxonomy, anticipation guides, the Frayer model, and more--all adaptable for a variety of texts, vocabulary, and classrooms.
In this unit, students will deeply investigate perspective and meaning in Letter from Birmingham Jail, examining other texts as well.
This extensive resource provides an outline of each Informational Text standard and then provides activities, graphic organizers, and a variety of texts in which to apply the concepts of the standard.
This extensive resource provides standard by standard strategies for meeting the goals of each, including graphic organizers, approaches, and multiple informational texts.
This resource examines the text complexity of Harper Lee's book, To Kill a Mockingbird.
This resource shows the text complexity of Suzanne Collins's book, The Hunger Games.
This resource provides stems that align with all the RI and RL standards for grades 9 and 10.
This resource for narrative writing provides direction and a rubric for evaluating narrative writing tied to analyzing text.