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Key Ideas and Details—Reading Literature: 9-10th Grade ELA Common Core
9th - 10th
CCSS: RL.9-10.1, RL.9-10.2, RL.9-10.3 - these Common Core standards are oriented around reading literature with an emphasis on themes, characterization, details, and ideas. Many of the resources in this collection use separate anchor texts as their focus, but there are plenty with the anchor texts or selections from them included within the resource itself.
Close Reading: Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge
1st CCSS: Designed
Three readings make up a close reading lesson showcasing Mem Fox's picture book, Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge. After each reading, take part in a different activity designed to support comprehension and answer the question, What is...
All Together Now: Challenge Activities (Theme 1)
1st CCSS: Adaptable
For scholars who need a challenge in the classroom, here is a unit for you. Learners explore topics such as animals, sports, helpers at home, the past, and funny things that have happened in their lives. Youngsters also engage in writing...
Down on the Farm: English Language Development Lessons (Theme 8)
K CCSS: Adaptable
Down on the Farm is the theme of this series of ESL lessons designed to support reading, speaking, and listening skills. Over three weeks, your learners will have the opportunity to sing songs, play guessing games, create masks, role...
Informational Text: Central Idea/Theme/Summary
2nd - 4th CCSS: Designed
Set your class up for success with determining a main idea using this set of activities. Pupils work collaboratively to categorize sentence strips by what they are doing (expressing the main idea, adding key details, etc.). They then...
A Way to Analyze Paragraphs to Figure Out the Main Idea of a Nonfiction Text
5th - 10th CCSS: Designed
Shrink up a section by asking pupils to write down the main idea for each of seven paragraphs. There is a space provided for each main idea. When students have completed this portion, they write down what they think to be the central...