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2016 Mississippi College- and Career-Readiness Standards for English Language Arts2016 MississippiCollege- and Career-ReadinessStandards for English Language ArtsCarey M. Wright, Ed.D. State Superintendent of EducationKim S. Benton, Ed.D. Chief Academic OfficerJean Massey, Executive Director, Office of Secondary EducationNathan Oakley, Ph.D., Executive Director, Office of Elementary Education and ReadingTrecina Green, Executive Director, Office of Professional DevelopmentWendy Clemmons, Bureau Director, Office of Secondary EducationVictoria Johnson, Office Director, English/Language Arts2
2016 Mississippi College- and Career-Readiness Standards for English Language ArtsMississippi Department of EducationPost Office Box 771Jackson, Mississippi39205-0771Office of Elementary Education and ReadingOffice of Secondary Educationwww.mde.k12.ms.us/eseThe Mississippi State Board of Education, the Mississippi Department of Education, the MississippiSchool for the Arts, the Mississippi School for the Blind, the Mississippi School for the Deaf, and theMississippi School for Mathematics and Science do not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color,religion, national origin, age, or disability in the provision of educational programs and services oremployment opportunities and benefits. The following office has been designated to handle inquiriesand complaints regarding the non-discrimination policies of the above mentioned entities:Director, Office of Human ResourcesMississippi Department of Education3
2016 Mississippi College- and Career-Readiness Standards for English Language ArtsTable of ContentsIntroduction . 8Mississippi College- and Career-Readiness Standards (MS CCRS) for English Language Arts . 10College- and Career-Readiness Anchor Standards . 20Overview of the MS CCRS Scaffolding Document . 26MS CCRS for English Language Arts Grades K-2. 27Kindergarten . 28Grade 1 . 36Grade 2 . 44MS CCRS for English Language Arts Grades 3-5. 51Grade 3 . 52Grade 4 . 60Grade 5 . 68MS CCRS for English Language Arts Grades 6-8. 76Grade 6 . 77Grade 7 . 86Grade 8 . 94Literacy in History/Social Studies - Grades 6-8 . 102Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects - Grades 6-8 . 103Writing in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects - Grades 6-8 . 104MS CCRS for English Language Arts Grades 9 - 12 . 106English I . 107English II . 116Literacy in History/Social Studies - Grades 9-10 . 126Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects - Grades 9-10 . 127Writing in History/SS, Science, and Technical Subjects - Grades 9-10 . 128English III . 131English IV . 141Literacy in History/Social Studies - Grades 11-12 . 151Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects - Grades 11-12 . 152Writing in History/Social Studies, Science and Technical Subjects - Grades 11-12 . 153High School English Electives . 1564
2016 Mississippi College- and Career-Readiness Standards for English Language ArtsCreative Writing . 157Debate . 160Foundations of Journalism . 164Broadcast Journalism . 167Print Journalism . 169Mississippi Writers . 171Oral Communication . 175SREB Literacy Ready Course . 179Survey of African American Writing . 182Survey of Twentieth Century Writing . 186Technical and Workplace Writing . 190World Literature . 194Advanced Placement . 197Advanced Placement: English Language and Composition . 198Advanced Placement: English Literature and Composition . 202Compensatory English . 206Compensatory English I . 207Compensatory English II . 208Compensatory English III . 209Compensatory English IV . 210Glossary . .2125
2016 Mississippi College- and Career-Readiness Standards for English Language ArtsAcknowledgementsCOMMITTEE MEMBERS (2013)The Mississippi Department of Education gratefully acknowledges the following individuals whoprovided feedback in developing the 2015 Mississippi College- and Career Readiness Standardsfor English Language Arts.Dr. Gloria BunnellJoelle BunnellPatty CooperJason FrazierDr. Joan HaynesApril Holifield-ScottDr. Susan LeeVirginia LeonardCandy MizeGenevieve RomanDr. Angela RutherfordCheryl ThomasRashunda YoungMississippi University for WomenLamar County School DistrictGulfport School DistrictLincoln County School DistrictMississippi Community College BoardDeSoto County School DistrictMississippi Institute of Higher LearningEast Mississippi Community CollegeOxford School DistrictLamar County School DistrictUniversity of MississippiLauderdale County School DistrictClarksdale School District6
2016 Mississippi College- and Career-Readiness Standards for English Language ArtsAcknowledgmentsCOMMITTEE MEMBERS (2015)The Mississippi Department of Education gratefully acknowledges the hard work of thefollowing individuals for their involvement in developing the 2016 Mississippi College- andCareer-Readiness Standards for English Language Arts and the supporting documents.Shamethria BeamonKelsey BushAshely ChismChristine DavidsonKalea DerrickShannon EldridgeAmy FlemingLakeesha GetterLeslie HollowayAshley KazeryMiranda KincaidGinny LeonardLisa McDonaldKelleigh McLeodJoyce Parker (Community Representative)Kelleigh ReynoldsTricia StollMelissa SundbergPenny TemplesJennifer ValentineTammy WhitneyTrudy Cook, Lead PDCDana Danis, PDCJill HodaFelicia Jackson-StewartVictoria JohnsonSunflower Consolidated School DistrictHarrison County School DistrictPearl Public School DistrictRankin County School DistrictRankin County School DistrictDesoto County School DistrictPearl River County School DistrictSenatobia School DistrictPearl Public School DistrictHinds County School DistrictLouisville Municipal School DistrictEast Mississippi Community CollegePetal School DistrictClinton Public School DistrictGreenville Public School DistrictBiloxi Public School DistrictGulfport School DistrictOcean Springs School DistrictLumberton Public School DistrictJones County School DistrictNeshoba County School DistrictUniversity of Mississippi/MDEUniversity of Mississippi/MDEMDE/Office of Elementary Education and ReadingUniversity of Mississippi/MDEMDE/Office of Secondary Education7
2016 Mississippi College- and Career-Readiness Standards for English Language ArtsIntroductionMission StatementThe Mississippi Department of Education is dedicated to student success including theimprovement of student achievement in English Language Arts in order to produce citizens whoare capable of making complex decisions, solving complex problems, and communicatingfluently in a global society. The Mississippi College- and Career-Readiness Standards provide aconsistent, clear understanding of what students are expected to know and be able to do bythe end of each grade level or course. The standards are designed to be robust and relevant tothe real world, reflecting the knowledge and skills that students need for success in college andcareers and to compete in the global economy.PurposeThe primary purpose of the 2016 Mississippi College- and Career-Readiness Standards is toprovide a basis for curriculum development for Grades K-12 English Language Arts teachers inMississippi. This document provides an outline of what students should know and be able to doby the end of each grade level in preparation for college and career. The primary purpose ofthis document is to provide a basis for curriculum development for K-12 English Language Artsteachers, outlining what students should know and be able to do by the end of each grade leveland course. Mississippi-specific courses that were revised to align with the Mississippi Collegeand Career-Readiness Standards include Survey of African American Writing, Creative Writing,Debate, Foundations of Journalism, Broadcast Journalism, Print Journalism, Mississippi Writers,Oral Communication, Technical and Workplace Writing, Survey of Twentieth Century Writing,and World Literature. The new Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) Literacy Readycourse is included as a transition to college English course.Organization of the 2016 Mississippi College- and Career-Readiness StandardsThe 2016 Mississippi College- and Career-Readiness Standards are divided into 6 sections. Thefirst section includes an introduction to the document, an overview of the Mississippi Collegeand Career-Readiness Standards for English Language Arts. The second section includes the MSCCRS for ELA for kindergarten through second grade. The third section includes the MS CCRSfor ELA for grades 3-5. The fourth section includes the MS CCRS for ELA, including Literacy inSocial Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects. The final section includes the MississippiSpecific High School ELA electives, Advanced Placement courses, and the SREB Bridge Course.ImplementationThe required year for the implementation of the 2016 Mississippi College- and Career-ReadinessStandards is school year 2016-2017.8
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