Category 3: CCSS ELA And Literacy Grades 9-12

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GRADE 10 – Mirrors & Windows Level VEMC Publishing, LLCCategory 3: CCSS ELA and Literacy – Grades 9-12I. Alignment to the Rigor of the CCSS:Instructional Material Aligns With the Letter and Spirit of CCSS:Criteria 1 – Targets a set of grade-level CCSS ELA/Literacy standardsGrade-Level CCSS StandardsCorrelation to CCSS, Level VCITATIONM&W ATE - p. T5-T11RL 1, 4, RI 1-6, W 7-9, L 3-5M&W PE & ATE - p. 82-93RL 5, RI 1-3, 5-6, 9-10, W 1, 7-9, L 2,4.3.b, 6.1.eM&W PE & ATE - p. 246-259RL 6, RI 1--, 5-6,10, W 1, 7-9, L 2-4, 6.1e, 9-10.1aM&W PE & ATE - p. 296-307RL 1-2, 4, 6, 7, 10, W 2-10, L 1, 3.3.a, 6.1.e, 7.1.c, 7.3.a, SL 4, 6M&W PE & ATE - p. 444-499Criteria 2 – Includes a clear and explicit purpose for instructionInstructionScope and Sequence Guides for all UnitsCITATIONM&W ATE - p. 1G-M, 216G-M, 388GN, 500E-J, 738G-K, 886G-LVisual Planning Guides & Lesson-by-Lesson Resources for allUnitsM&W ATE - p. 1C-F, 216C-F, 388C-F,500C-D, 738C-F, 886C-FMeeting the Standards for all UnitsM&W Meeting The Standards booklet–Unit Study Guides, Practice Tests,Active Reading Models, SelectionQuizzesTechnology Tools for all UnitsM&W Visual Teaching Package DVDROM – Word games, unit-basedlectures, art, Writing WorkshopsExceeding the Standards Resources for all UnitsM&W Speaking & ListeningWorkshops, Extension Activities,Special Topics bookletsCriteria 3 – Select text(s) that measure within the grade-level text complexity band and are ofsufficient quality and scope for the stated purpose. (i.e., present vocabulary (emphasis on Tier II),syntax, text structures, levels of meaning / purpose, and other qualitative characteristics similar toCCSS grade-level exemplars in Appendices A & B)InstructionThe Masque of the Red DeathCITATIONM&W PE & ATE - p. 80-92from The IliadM&W PE & ATE - p. 861-871Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. “State of the Union Address.”www.mirrorsandwindows.com – TheNational Archives- Archives.govSonnet 73www.mirrorsandwindows.com –Poets.orgThe Raven (with Audio)www.mirrorsandwindows.com –Poets.org

Additional Alignment Criteria:Criteria 4 – Integrates reading, writing, speaking, listening, and language so that students applyand synthesize advancing literacy skillsInstructionUnit 3 Guided, Directed, & Independent Reading – Vocabulary &Spelling – Literal and figurative Meanings of Words & Denotationand Connotation, Text-to-Text connections, & Grammar & Style– Phrases, Sensory Details, Possessives, & Use PreciseLanguage and Avoid ClichésCITATIONM&W PE & ATE - p. 404, 416, 428,434, 442, 460Unit 4 Independent Reading- Writing (Descriptive Writing: LyricPoem) and Speaking & Listening (Present an Oral Response toLiterature) Workshops, Revising and Editing Skills, and ReadingSkillsM&W PE & ATE – p. 488-500Unit 4 Directed Reading – Grammar & Style – Active andPassive Voice & Hyphens, Dashes, and Ellipses, &Coordination, Subordination, and Apposition), ComparingLiterature, Text-to-Text Connections (Literature andInformational connections)M&W PE & ATE – p. 524-697Unit 5 Independent Reading- Writing (Expository – ResearchPaper), Revising and Editing Skills, and Reading Skills, andReading SkillsM&W PE & ATE – p. 872-886Unit 6 Independent Reading – Writing (Narrative Writing),Speaking & Listening (Analyzing a Media Presentation)Workshops, Writing, Revising and Editing, and Reading SkillsM&W PE & ATE – p. 1020-1031Criteria 5 – Includes domain-specific texts in content areas such as social studies, science,technical subjects, and the arts.InstructionThe Masque of the Red Death & Questions and Answers AboutPlagueCITATIONM&W PE & ATE - p. 82-91Keep Memory Alive, The Holocaust, and No News fromAuschwitzM&W PE & ATE – p. 298-303The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, Acts I-V, The “Limb of Caesar”,from The PrinceM&W PE & ATE – p. 558-640We Heard it Before We Saw Anything, Tsunami of 2004, & LikeBeing Spun in a Giant WasherImmigrants, Family Ties, & Immigration StatisticsM&W PE & ATE – p. 316-325M&W PE & ATE – p. 482-485II. Key Areas of Focus in the CCSS:The instructional material addresses the key areas of focus in the CCSS:Criteria 6 – Reading Text Closely: Makes reading text(s) closely, examining textual evidence, anddiscerning deep meaning a central focus of instructionInstructionfrom The Kite Runner, & the Kite Runner: A Servant’s Son –Preview, Teach, & Review the Selection, Teach the Connection,Assessment ProjectCITATIONM&W PE & ATE - p. 150-156Keep Memory Alive, The Holocaust, and No News fromAuschwitz – Understanding Speeches (Teach the Element),M&W PE & ATE – p. 296-307

Preview, Teach, & Review the Selection, Before, During, & AfterReading ModelsAntigone & Pride – Preview, Teach, & Review the Selection andBefore, During, & After Reading ModelsM&W PE & ATE – p. 648-697The Drowned Maid, from The Kalevala, In the Blue Woodland, &Lord of the Rings: Inspired by an Ancient Epic - Preview, Teach,& Review the Selection and Before, During, & After ReadingModelsM&W PE & ATE – p. 808-824Criteria 7 – Text-based Evidence: Facilitates rich and rigorous evidence-based discussions andwriting about common core texts though a sequence of specific, thought-provoking, and textdependent questions (including, when applicable, illustrations, charts, diagrams, audio/video, andmediaInstructionfrom The Kite Runner, & the Kite Runner: A Servant’s Son –Preview, Teach, & Review the Selection, Teach the Connection,Assessment ProjectCITATIONM&W PE & ATE - p. 150-156Keep Memory Alive, The Holocaust, and No News fromAuschwitz – Understanding Speeches (Teach the Element),Preview, Teach, & Review the Selection, Before, During, & AfterReading ModelsM&W PE & ATE – p. 296-307Antigone & Pride – Preview, Teach, & Review the Selection andBefore, During, & After Reading ModelsM&W PE & ATE – p. 648-697The Drowned Maid, from The Kalevala, In the Blue Woodland, &Lord of the Rings: Inspired by an Ancient Epic - Preview, Teach,& Review the Selection and Before, During, & After ReadingModelsM&W PE & ATE – p. 808-824Criteria 8 – Writing from sources: Routinely expects that students draw evidence from texts toproduce clear and coherent writing that informs, explains, or makes an argument in variouswritten forms (notes, summaries, short responses, or formal essays)Instructionfrom The Kite Runner, & the Kite Runner: A Servant’s Son –Preview, Teach, & Review the Selection, Teach the Connection,Assessment ProjectCITATIONM&W PE & ATE - p. 150-156Keep Memory Alive, The Holocaust, and No News fromAuschwitz – Understanding Speeches (Teach the Element),Preview, Teach, & Review the Selection, Before, During, & AfterReading ModelsM&W PE & ATE – p. 296-307Antigone & Pride – Preview, Teach, & Review the Selection andBefore, During, & After Reading ModelsM&W PE & ATE – p. 648-697The Drowned Maid, from The Kalevala, In the Blue Woodland, &Lord of the Rings: Inspired by an Ancient Epic - Preview, Teach,& Review the Selection and Before, During, & After ReadingModelsM&W PE & ATE – p. 808-824

Criteria 9 – Academic Vocabulary: Focuses on building students’ academic vocabulary (Tier 2) incontext throughout systematic instructionInstructionAll Units – Building Vocabulary SectionCITATIONM&W ATE - p. 1M-P, 216M-P, 388OP, 500I-L, 738K-N, 886M-NWords in UseM&W PE & ATE – ex: p. 40,133, 168,246, 338, 502, 669 Vocabulary & SpellingM&W PE & ATE – p. 92, 274, 306, 314Vocabulary & SpellingM&W PE & ATE – p. 428, 434, 556Vocabulary & SpellingM&W PE & ATE – p. 484, 561, & 567Criteria 10 –Text Complexity: Focuses students on reading a progression of complex texts drawnfrom the grade-level band. Provides text-centered learning that is sequenced, scaffolded, andsupported to advance students toward independent reading of complex texts at the CCR levelInstructionfrom The Kite Runner, & the Kite Runner: A Servant’s Son –Preview, Teach, & Review the Selection, Teach the Connection,Assessment ProjectCITATIONM&W PE & ATE - p. 150-156Keep Memory Alive, The Holocaust, and No News fromAuschwitz – Understanding Speeches (Teach the Element),Preview, Teach, & Review the Selection, Before, During, & AfterReading ModelsM&W PE & ATE – p. 296-307Antigone & Pride – Preview, Teach, & Review the Selection andBefore, During, & After Reading ModelsM&W PE & ATE – p. 648-697The Drowned Maid, from The Kalevala, In the Blue Woodland, &Lord of the Rings: Inspired by an Ancient Epic - Preview, Teach,& Review the Selection and Before, During, & After ReadingModelsM&W PE & ATE – p. 808-824Additional Areas of Focus:Criteria 11 – Balance of Texts: Includes a balance of information and literary texts stipulated in theCCSS [p. 5] and indicated by instructional timeInstructionCorrelation to CCSS, Level V – Range of Text TypesCITATIONM&W PE & ATE – p. T11-T14Correlation to CCSS, Level V – Illustrating the Complexity,Quality, and Range of Student ReadingM&W PE & ATE – p. T15Correlation to CCSS, Level V – LiteratureM&W PE & ATE – p. T16

Criteria 12 – Building Disciplinary Knowledge: Provides opportunities for students to buildknowledge about a topic or subject through analysis of a coherent selection of strategicallysequenced, discipline-specific textsInstructionThrough the Tunnel, The Act of Breathing, Death of a YoungSon by DrowningCITATIONM&W PE & ATE – p. 28-41from My Left Foot, Cerebral Palsy, from The Diving Bell and theButterfly, & Inside a Diving BellM&W PE & ATE – p. 232-245Keep Memory Alive, The Holocaust, No News from AuschwitzM&W PE & ATE – p. 296-303from Sundiata: An Epic of Old Mali, from The Once and FutureM&W PE & ATE – p. 760-783King, & from Le Morte d’ArthurCriteria 13 – Balance of Writing: Includes a balance of on-demand and process writing (e.g.multiple drafts and revisions over time) and short, focused research projects, incorporating digitaltexts where appropriateInstructionExceeding the Standards: WritingCITATIONM&W Exceeding the Standards:Writing bookletUnit Writing Workshops – all unitsM&W PE & ATE – p. 206, 378, 490,728, 874, 1022Test Practice – Revising and Editing Skills – all unitsM&W PE & ATE – p. 212, 384, 496,734, 882, 1028Writing SkillsM&W PE & ATE – p. 214, 386, 498,736, 884, 1030III. Instructional SupportThe instructional material is responsive to varied student learning needs:Criteria 14 – Cultivates student interest and engagement in reading, writing, and speaking abouttextsInstructionApplied English writing activitiesCITATIONM&W PE & ATE – p. 1109-1114Speaking & Listening activitiesM&W PE & ATE – p. 1115-1121Writing activitiesM&W PE & ATE – p. 1088-1097Mirrors & Windows question inset (brown)M&W PE & ATE – ex: p. 48 & 634Differentiated Instruction: ELL, Enrichment, and Learning StylesKinestheticM&W PE & ATE – p. 207, 656-657Criteria 15 – Addresses instructional expectations and is easy to understand and useInstructionCore Standards-based SelectionsCITATIONM&W Planning Guide – p. viii-xivLesson PlansM&W Planning Guide – 1-204Scope and Sequence Guides for all UnitsM&W ATE - p. 1G-M, 216G-M, 388GN, 500E-J, 738G-K, 886G-LVisual Planning Guides & Lesson-by-Lesson Resources for allUnitsM&W ATE - p. 1C-F, 216C-F, 388C-F,500C-D, 738C-F, 886C-F

Unit Overview for all units & Intro to genre pages/ modelM&W PE & ATE – ex: p. 1 & 2-4Criteria 16 – Provides all students with multiple opportunities to engage with text of appropriatecomplexity for the grade level; includes appropriate scaffolding so that students directlyexperience the complexity of the textInstructionAll Units – Instruction was designed around a comprehensiveGradual Release of Responsibility Model approach and isembedded in each unit & Before, During, & After Reading ModelscaffoldingCITATIONM&W ATE Unit Overview Pages – xxxvDeveloping ReadersM&W Developing Readers bookletEnglish Language Learners (ELL)M&W ELL bookletAdvanced LearnersM&W Advanced Learners bookletDifferentiated Instruction prompts – ELL, Visual Learning,Auditory Learning, Enrichment, Reading Proficiency, KinestheticLearnersM&W ATE – ex: p. 155, 207, 236, 439,471, 510-511, 719 Criteria 17 – Focuses on challenging sections of text(s) and engages students in a productivestruggle through discussion questions and other supports that build toward independenceInstructionfrom The Kite Runner, & the Kite Runner: A Servant’s Son –Preview, Teach, & Review the Selection, Teach the Connection,Assessment ProjectCITATIONM&W PE & ATE - p. 150-156Keep Memory Alive, The Holocaust, and No News fromAuschwitz – Understanding Speeches (Teach the Element),Preview, Teach, & Review the Selection, Before, During, & AfterReading ModelsM&W PE & ATE – p. 296-307Antigone & Pride – Preview, Teach, & Review the Selection andBefore, During, & After Reading ModelsM&W PE & ATE – p. 648-697The Drowned Maid, from The Kalevala, In the Blue Woodland, &Lord of the Rings: Inspired by an Ancient Epic - Preview, Teach,& Review the Selection and Before, During, & After ReadingModelsM&W PE & ATE – p. 808-824Criteria 18 – Integrates appropriate supports in reading, writing, listening, and speaking forstudents who are ELL, have disabilities, and/or read well below the grade level text bandInstructionAll Units – Instruction was designed around a comprehensiveGradual Release of Responsibility Model approach and isembedded in each unitCITATIONM&W ATE Unit Overview Pages – xxxvDifferentiated Instruction for English Language Learners (ELL)M&W ELL bookletDifferentiated Instruction for Developing ReadersM&W Developing Readers bookletDifferentiated Instruction prompts – ELL and, ReadingProficiencyM&W ATE – p. 395, 506, 670, 714,719

Criteria 19 – Provides extensions and/or more advanced text for students who read well above thegrade level text bandInstructionAll Units – Instruction was designed around a comprehensiveGradual Release of Responsibility Model approach and isembedded in each unitCITATIONM&W ATE Unit Overview Pages – xxxvIndependent Activities, Genre Studies, Author Studies,Informational Text Projects, Literary AnalysisM&W Differentiated Instruction forAdvanced Students bookletExtension Activities & Program Resources promptsM&W Exceeding the Standards:Extension Activities & ex: p. 235M&W ATE – ex: p. 97, 282, 310, 503,681, 731 Analyze Literature (Thesis and Argument & Allusion) &Differentiating Instruction – Enrichment promptsAdditional Support:Criteria 20 – Includes a progression of learning where concepts and skills advance and deepenover timeInstructionAll Units – Instruction was designed around a comprehensiveGradual Release of Responsibility Model approach and isembedded in each unitCITATIONM&W ATE Unit Overview Pages – xxxvUse Reading Skills: ParaphraseM&W ATE – p. 544Independent Activities, Genre Studies, Author Studies,Informational Text Projects, Literary AnalysisM&W Differentiated Instruction forAdvanced Students bookletExceeding the Standards: Literature & Reading, Speaking &Listening, Special Topics, Extension ActivitiesM&W Exceeding the StandardsbookletsDifferentiated Instruction promptM&W ATE – p. 8, 54, 142-143, 280,320 Criteria 21 – Gradually removes support, requiring students to demonstrate their independentcapacitiesInstructionAll Units – Instruction was designed around a comprehensiveGradual Release of Responsibility Model approach and isembedded in each unitCITATIONM&W ATE Unit Overview Pages – xxxvIndependent Activities, Genre Studies, Author Studies,Informational Text Projects, Literary AnalysisM&W Differentiated Instruction forAdvanced Students bookletExceeding the Standards: Extension Activities, Special Topics,and Literature & ReadingM&W Exceeding the StandardsbookletsCulmination of Units into For Your Reading List suggestionsM&W PE & ATE – p. 204, 376, 488,726, 872, 1020, 1032-1125Language Arts Handbook ActivitiesM&W PE & ATE – p.1032-1125

Criteria 22 – Provides for authentic learning, application of literacy skills, student-directed inquiry,analysis, evaluation, and/or reflectionInstructionMirrors & Windows Question end of selection prompts (brown)CITATIONM&W ATE – ex: p. 56, 136, 177, 346,413 Teaching Note: Student-Generated Questioning, Journal Writing,Asking Questions, & Asking Questions CompetitionM&W ATE – p. 22, 143, 253, 331Language Arts Handbook: Reading Strategies & Skills – 1.3Using Reading StrategiesM&W PE & ATE – p. 839-849Teach the Selection promptsM&W ATE – ex: p. 63-78Teach the Workshop: Listen Actively and Take Notes, PersonalNarrativeM&W ATE – ex: p. 377-383Criteria 23 – Integrates targeted instruction in such areas as grammar and conventions, writingstrategies, and discussion rulesInstructionGrammar & StyleCITATIONExceeding the Standards: Grammar &StyleWritingExceeding the Standards: WritingWriting Workshops – all unitsM&W PE & ATE – p. 206, 378, 490,728, 874, 1022Exceeding the Standards: Writing, Grammar & Style, SpecialTopics, Speaking & ListeningM&W Exceeding the StandardsbookletsLanguage Arts HandbookM&W PE & ATE – p. 1032-1125Criteria 24 – Supports independent reading based on student choice and interest to build stamina,confidence, and motivation; indicates how students are accountable for that readingInstructionMeeting the Standards Lessons – all unitsCITATIONMeeting the Standard Unit ResourcesbookletsIndependent Reading Selections: Fiction– For Your Reading List& Independent Reading ActivityM&W PE & ATE – p. 204Independent Reading Selections: Nonfiction– For Your ReadingList & Independent Reading ActivityM&W PE & ATE – p. 376Independent Reading Selections: Poetry & Drama– For YourReading List & Independent Reading ActivityM&W PE & ATE – p. 488 & 726Independent Reading Selections: Folk Literature & IndependentReading – For Your Reading List & Independent ReadingActivityM&W PE & ATE – p. 872 & 1020

Criteria 25 – Uses technology and media to deepen learning and draw attention to evidence andtexts as appropriateInstructionExtend Understanding – Media Literacy & Teaching Note: MediaLiteracy ProjectCITATIONM&W PE & ATE – ex: p. 25, 117 &257Audio librarywww.mirrorsandwindows.comVisual Teaching Package – word games, PowerPoint lecturesTeacher Resource DVD ROMResearch Linkswww.mirrorsandwindows.comEnrichment and Connecting with Literature promptM&W ATE – ex: p. 310 & 364IV. Assessment:The instructional material regularly assesses whether students are mastering standards-basedcontent/skills:Criteria 26 – Elicits direct, observable evidence of the degree to which a student canindependently demonstrate the major targeted grade level CCSS standards with appropriatelycomplex text(s)InstructionTest Practice Workshop – Writing & Timed Writing – LiteraryResponse, 4 types of writing, researchCITATIONM&W PE & ATE – p. 212, 384, 496,734, 882, 1028Exceeding the Standards Unit Resources: Test PracticeExceeding the Standards UnitResources bookletReview the Model activitiesM&W PE & ATE – ex: p. 11, 231, 397,523, 745Exceeding the Standards Unit Resources: Extension ActivitiesExceeding the Standards UnitResources bookletAssessment GuideAssessment Guide Level VCriteria 27 – Assesses student proficiency using methods that are unbiased and accessible to allstudentsInstructionFormative Surveys with Remediation RubricsCITATIONM&W Assessment Guide – p. 1-28Reading Fluency AssessmentsM&W Assessment Guide – p. 333-352Alternative Assessment OptionsM&W Assessment Guide – p. 353-357

Criteria 28 – Includes aligned rubrics or assessment guidelines that provide sufficient guidancefor interpreting student performanceInstructionRubrics for Writing OptionsCITATIONM&W PE & ATE – ex: p. 206, 378,489-490, 727-728, 873-874Formative Surveys with Remediation RubricsM&W Assessment Guide – p. 1-28Reading Fluency AssessmentsM&W Assessment Guide – p. 333-352Alternative Assessment OptionsM&W Assessment Guide – p. 353-357Additional Assessment Criteria:Criteria 29 – Uses varied modes of assessment (e.g., selected, constructed, extended responseitems, self-assessments, and performance tasks) to provide teachers with a range of formativeand summative data to inform instructionInstructionAlternative Assessment OptionsCITATIONM&W Assessment Guide – p. 353-357ExamView Assessment SuiteExamView Assessment Suite on CDExtensio

GRADE 10 – Mirrors & Windows Level V EMC Publishing, LLC Category 3: CCSS ELA and Literacy – Grades 9-12 I. Alignment to the Rigor of the CCSS: Instructional Material Aligns With the Letter and Spirit of CCSS: Criteria 1 – Targets a set of grade-level CCSS ELA/Literacy standards Grade-Level CCSS Standards CITATION Correlation to CCSS, Level V

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