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MATHEMATICS GRADE PROTOTYPE CURRICULUM GUIDE - VIRGINIA ...

    ENGLISH STANDARDS OF LEARNING

ENHANCED SCOPE and

    SEQUENCE

    for Grades 912

Commonwealth of Virginia

    Department of Education

    Richmond, Virginia

    2004

Copyright ? 2004

    by the

    Virginia Department of Education

    P.O. Box 2120

    Richmond, Virginia 23218-2120

    http://www.pen.k12.va.us/

All rights reserved. Reproduction of materials contained herein

    for instructional purposes in Virginia classrooms is permitted.

Superintendent of Public Instruction

    Jo Lynne DeMary

Assistant Superintendent for Instruction

    Patricia I. Wright

Office of Elementary School Instructional Services

    Linda M. Poorbaugh, Director

    Barbara F. Jones, Reading/English Specialist

Office of Middle School Instructional Services

    James C. Firebaugh, Director

    Catherine Rosenbaum, Reading/English Specialist

Office of Secondary School Instructional Services

    Maureen B. Hijar, Director

    Tracy Robertson, English Specialist

Edited, designed, and produced by the CTE Resource Center

    Margaret L. Watson, Administrative Coordinator

    Bruce B. Stevens, Writer/Editor

    Richmond Medical Park Phone: 804-673-3778

    2002 Bremo Road, Lower Level Fax: 804-673-3798

    Richmond, Virginia 23226 Web site: http://CTEresource.org

    The CTE Resource Center is a Virginia Department of Education grant project administered by the Henrico County Public Schools.

NOTICE TO THE READER

    In accordance with the requirements of the Civil Rights Act and other federal and state laws and regulations, this document has been reviewed to ensure that it does not reflect stereotypes based on sex, race, or national origin. The Virginia Department of Education does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of sex, race, age, color, religion, handicapping conditions, or national origin in employment or in its educational programs and activities. The content contained in this document is supported in whole or in part by the U.S. Department of Education. However, the opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect the position or policy of the U.S. Department of Education, and no official endorsement by the U.S. Department of Education should be inferred.

English SOL Enhanced Scope and Sequence for Grades 9-12

    Introduction

The English Standards of Learning Enhanced Scope and Sequence is a resource intended to help teachers align

    their classroom instruction with the content found in English Standards of Learning for Virginia Public Schools,

    adopted by the Board of Education in November 2002. The Enhanced Scope and Sequence is organized by the strands established in the English Standards of Learning, and it includes the content of the Standards of Learning and the essential understandings, knowledge, and skills found in the 2003 English Standards of Learning

    Curriculum Framework. In addition, the Enhanced Scope and Sequence provides teachers with sample lesson plans aligned with the standards and their related essential understandings, knowledge, and skills.

    School divisions and teachers might use the Enhanced Scope and Sequence as a resource for developing sound curricular and instructional programs. These materials are intended as examples of ways the understandings, knowledge, and skills might be presented to students in sample lessons that have been aligned with the Standards of Learning. Teachers who use the Enhanced Scope and Sequence should correlate available instructional resources with the essential understandings, knowledge, and skills and determine an appropriate pacing of instruction. This resource is not a complete curriculum and is neither required nor prescriptive, but it can be a valuable instructional tool.

Virginia Department of Education 2004 i

    English SOL Enhanced Scope and Sequence for Grades 9-12 Acknowledgments

    We wish to express our gratitude to the following individuals for their contributions to The English SOL Enhanced Scope and Sequence for Grades K-12:

Judy Barlyske Ruth McLachlan

    Montgomery Public School Montgomery County

    Leslie Bowers Nancy Moskway-Vadersen Newport News City Schools Virginia Beach City Schools

Barbara Boyd Sue Pasternack

    Charlottesville City Schools Albemarle County

Gail Brown Lynn Payne

    Randolph-Macon Woman‘s College Roanoke County Schools

Dorothy Carney Dr. Joan Rhodes

    Charlottesville City Schools Virginia Commonwealth University

    Alison Dwier-Sheldon Cynthia Richardson Albemarle County Newport News City Schools

    Kathy Farrow Dr. Jan Rozzelle Newport News City Schools The College of William and Mary

Kim Kozella Randi Smith

    Albemarle County Chesterfield County Public Schools

Lisa Long Jill Stilwell

    Virginia Beach City Schools Richmond City Public Schools

Pat Love Susan Traner

    Albemarle County Newport News City Schools

    Richard Lusk Dr. Carmelita Williams Newport News City Schools Norfolk State University

Kimberly McHugh

    Newport News City Schools

Virginia Department of Education 2004 ii

English SOL Enhanced Scope and Sequence for Grades 912

    Table of Contents

    Grade-Level Information .................................................................................................................................. 1

The Oral Language Strand for Grades 9-12

    Oral Language Lesson Plans ................................................................................................................. 76

The Reading Strand for Grades 9-12

    Reading Strategies................................................................................................................................. 83

    Reading Lesson Plans...........................................................................................................................135

    Reading Test Items ...............................................................................................................................163

The Writing Strand for Grades 9-12

    Writing Strategies ................................................................................................................................164

    Writing Lesson Plans ...........................................................................................................................198

    Writing Test Items ...............................................................................................................................227

Virginia Department of Education 2004 iii

    English SOL Enhanced Scope and Sequence for Grades 9-12: GRADE-LEVEL INFORMATION

    ENGLISH STANDARDS OF LEARNING

    ENHANCED SCOPE AND SEQUENCE

    GRADE-LEVEL

    INFORMATION

    Commonwealth of Virginia

    Department of Education

    Richmond, Virginia

    2004

    Virginia Department of Education 2004

    English SOL Enhanced Scope and Sequence for Grades 9-12: GRADE-LEVEL INFORMATION Organizing Topic Presentation

    Grade 9: ORAL LANGUAGE Strand

Standard(s) of Learning

    9.1 The student will plan, present, and critique dramatic readings of literary selections.

    a) Choose a literary form for presentation, such as a poem, monologue, scene from a play, or story.

    b) Adapt presentation techniques to fit literary form.

    c) Use verbal and nonverbal techniques for presentation.

    d) Evaluate impact of presentation.

    Essential understandings, Correlation to textbooks and

    knowledge, and skills other instructional materials To be successful with this standard, students are expected to

     Participate in dialogue scenes from plays, dramatic readings from short

    stories and/or novels, and interpretations of poetry

     Use verbal and nonverbal techniques

     Analyze and critique the effectiveness of the speaker‘s or group‘s

    demeanor, voice, language, gestures, clarity of thought, organization of

    evidence, relevance of information, and delivery

     Analyze and critique the relationship among purpose, audience, and

    content of presentations

     Evaluate the impact of the presentations

     Evaluate the effectiveness of verbal and nonverbal techniques.

Suggested activities for students

     Participate in Reader‘s Theater.

     Present dramatic readings.

     Restructure a play to create new perspectives.

     Memorize and present dramatic selections.

     Role-play characters.

     Participate in Story Recycling and presentations.

Suggested resources

     English Standards of Learning Curriculum Framework Web site,

    http://www.pen.k12.va.us/VDOE/Instruction/English/englishCF.html.

     Copies of plays and dramatic readings

Suggested classroom assessment methods

     Teacher observation and anecdotal notes based on class discussion Conferences and interviews

     Oral exams

    Virginia Department of Education 2004 2

    English SOL Enhanced Scope and Sequence for Grades 9-12: GRADE-LEVEL INFORMATION Student journals

     Performance with defined criteria

     Written student responses

     Multiple choice, true/false, matching, and fill-in tests Student self-assessments

     Rubric scoring

    Virginia Department of Education 2004 3

    English SOL Enhanced Scope and Sequence for Grades 9-12: GRADE-LEVEL INFORMATION Organizing Topic Presentation

    Grade 9: ORAL LANGUAGE Strand

Standard(s) of Learning

    9.2 The student will make planned oral presentations.

    a) Include definitions to increase clarity.

    b) Use relevant details to support main ideas.

    c) Illustrate main ideas through anecdotes and examples.

    d) Cite information sources.

    e) Make impromptu responses to questions about presentation.

    f) Use grammatically correct language, including vocabulary appropriate to the topic, audience, and

    purpose.

    Essential understandings, Correlation to textbooks and

    knowledge, and skills other instructional materials To be successful with this standard, students are expected to

     Include details, such as facts, statistics, quotations, information from

    interviews and surveys, and pertinent information discovered during

    research, to support the main ideas of oral presentations

     Use examples from prior knowledge and experience to support the

    main ideas of oral presentations

     Give credit in oral presentations to authors, researchers, and

    interviewers by citing titles of articles, magazines, newspapers, books,

    documents, and other reference materials used in presentations

     Use grammar and vocabulary appropriate for situation, audience, topic,

    and purpose.

Suggested activities for students

     Present planned oral presentations.

     Research relevant details to include in presentation. Use note cards to organize and plan presentation.

     Practice delivery.

     Create audio or visual aides to enhance presentation. Use technology.

Suggested resources

     English Standards of Learning Curriculum Framework Web site,

    http://www.pen.k12.va.us/VDOE/Instruction/English/englishCF.html.

Suggested classroom assessment methods

     Teacher observation and anecdotal notes based on class discussion Conferences and interviews

     Oral exams

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English SOL Enhanced Scope and Sequence for Grades 9-12: GRADE-LEVEL INFORMATION

     Student journals

     Performance with defined criteria

     Written student responses

     Student self-assessments

     Rubric scoring

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