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Graphic Organizer/Worksheet

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This is the roadmap for Chapters 1 through 39 of Louis Sachar's "Holes." This document can be further broken down into 15 different roadmaps for Chapters 1-3, 4-5, 6-7, 8-10, 11-13, 14-15, 16-17, 18-20, 21-22, 23-25, 26-28, 29-30, 31-33, 34-36, and 37-39, respectively.

This resource is part of the Holes collection.

Subjects:

  • Language Arts > General
  • Language Arts > Literature

Education Levels:

  • Grade 6
  • Grade 7
  • Grade 8

Keywords:

Holes Louis Sachar student-facing

Language:

English

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Public - Available to anyone

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Creative Commons Attribution 3.0

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LA.A.1.3.1.1: Language Arts

extends and applies previously learned prereading knowledge and skills of the sixth grade with increasingly complex reading selections and assignments and tasks.

LA.A.1.3.2.1: Language Arts

uses context and word structure clues to interpret words and ideas in text.

LA.A.1.3.2.2: Language Arts

makes inferences and generalizations about what is read.

LA.A.1.3.2.3: Language Arts

uses strategies such as graphic organizers and note-making to clarify meaning and to illustrate organizational patterns.

LA.A.1.3.2.4: Language Arts

compares and contrasts similar information contained in different text selections.

LA.A.1.3.3.1: Language Arts

extends the vocabulary-building expectations of the sixth grade using seventh grade or higher level vocabulary.

LA.A.1.3.4.1: Language Arts

monitors own comprehension and makes modifications when understanding breaks down by rereading a portion aloud or silently.

LA.A.1.3.4.2: Language Arts

restates or paraphrases text by summarizing.

LA.A.1.3.4.3: Language Arts

uses the text's structure or progression of ideas to locate and recall information (for example, cause and effect, chronology).

LA.A.1.3.4.4: Language Arts

analyzes information from one textual source to create a report.

LA.A.2.3.1.1: Language Arts

extends the expectations of the sixth grade with increasingly complex reading texts and assignments and tasks (for example, main ideas, supporting details, inferences, summarizing, analysis of organization and presentation of ideas).

LA.A.2.3.2.1: Language Arts

understands ways the author's perspective or point of view affects a text.

LA.A.2.3.2.2: Language Arts

states the author's purpose and relates it to specific details from the text.

LA.A.2.3.3.1: Language Arts

identifies persuasive and propaganda techniques in text.

LA.A.2.3.3.2: Language Arts

delineates the strengths and weaknesses of an argument in persuasive text.

LA.A.2.3.3.3: Language Arts

recognizes ethical and unethical statements in text.

LA.A.2.3.4.1: Language Arts

develops and expands personal reading preferences through exploring a variety of prose, poetry and nonfiction.

LA.A.2.3.5.1: Language Arts

extends previously learned knowledge and skills of the sixth grade with increasingly complex texts and assignments and tasks (for example, forming questions for readings, using print and electronic sources to locate information, organizing information from a variety of sources for real-world tasks).

LA.A.2.3.6.1: Language Arts

gathers information from a variety of sources, including primary sources (for example, magazines and newspapers).

LA.A.2.3.6.2: Language Arts

evaluates and uses information from a variety of sources (including primary sources) when researching content area topics.

LA.A.2.3.7.1: Language Arts

classifies and records information (for example, using note cards, data files).

LA.A.2.3.7.2: Language Arts

compiles information using graphic organizers (for example, timelines, circle diagrams).

LA.A.2.3.7.3: Language Arts

organizes and summarizes information using a format (for example, note cards).

LA.A.2.3.8.1: Language Arts

cites, examines, and discusses the use of and differences between fact and opinion within a text.

LA.A.2.3.8.2: Language Arts

knows differences between strong versus weak arguments and relevant and irrelevant information in reading selections.

LA.A.2.3.8.3: Language Arts

understands the use of comparison and contrast in a text.

LA.A.2.3.8.4: Language Arts

understands the influence of personal values on the conclusions an author draws.

LA.B.1.3.1.1: Language Arts

knows possible prewriting strategies for different writing tasks.

LA.B.1.3.1.2: Language Arts

uses a prewriting strategy suitable for the task (for example, brainstorming, using a graphic organizer, listing ideas).

LA.B.1.3.1.3: Language Arts

experiments with various prewriting strategies to accommodate individual learning style.

LA.B.1.3.2.1: Language Arts

focuses on a central idea or topic (for example, excluding loosely related, extraneous, or repetitious information).

LA.B.1.3.2.2: Language Arts

uses devices to develop relationships among ideas (for example, transitional devices; paragraphs that show a change in time, idea, or place; cause-and-effect relationships).

LA.B.1.3.2.3: Language Arts

uses supporting ideas, details, and facts from a variety of sources to develop and elaborate topic.

LA.B.1.3.2.4: Language Arts

demonstrates a commitment to and an involvement with the subject that engages the reader.

LA.B.1.3.2.5: Language Arts

demonstrates a command of the language (including but not limited to precise word choice, appropriate figurative language).

LA.B.1.3.2.6: Language Arts

uses an effective organizational pattern and substantial support to achieve a sense of completeness or wholeness (for example, considering audience, sequencing events, choosing effective words; using specific details to clarify meaning).

LA.B.1.3.2.7: Language Arts

proofreads writing to correct convention errors in mechanics, usage, and punctuation, using dictionaries, handbooks, and other resources, including teacher or peers, as appropriate.

LA.B.1.3.2.8: Language Arts

analyzes and revises draft to further develop a piece of writing by adding or deleting details and explanations; clarifying difficult passages; and rearranging words, sentences, and paragraphs to improve meaning.

LA.B.1.3.3.1: Language Arts

uses resources such as dictionary and thesaurus to confirm spelling.

LA.B.1.3.3.2: Language Arts

uses conventions of punctuation (including but not limited to commas, colons, semicolon, quotation marks, apostrophes).

LA.B.1.3.3.3: Language Arts

uses conventions of capitalization (including but not limited to the names of organizations, nationalities, races, languages, religions).

LA.B.1.3.3.4: Language Arts

uses various parts of speech correctly in written work (including but not limited to subject and verb agreement, common noun and pronoun agreement, possessive forms, the comparative and superlative of adjectives and adverbs).

LA.B.1.3.3.5: Language Arts

uses a variety of sentence structures (including but not limited to parallel structure, compound and complex sentences).

LA.B.1.3.3.6: Language Arts

uses a variety of formatting (including but not limited to the use of electronic technology).

LA.B.1.3.3.7: Language Arts

uses creative writing strategies appropriate to the format (for example, using appropriate voice; using descriptive language to clarify ideas and create vivid images; using elements of style, such as appropriate tone).

LA.B.2.3.1.1: Language Arts

writes notes, outlines, comments, and observations that reflect comprehension of seventh grade level or higher content from a variety of media.

LA.B.2.3.2.1: Language Arts

logically sequences information using alphabetical, chronological, and numerical systems.

LA.B.2.3.3.1: Language Arts

selects and uses a format for writing which addresses the audience, purpose, and occasion (including but not limited to narrative, persuasive, expository).

LA.B.2.3.4.1: Language Arts

uses electronic technology appropriate to writing tasks (including but not limited to the Internet, databases and software) to create, revise, retrieve, and verify information.

LA.C.1.3.1.1: Language Arts

follows verbal directions.

LA.C.1.3.1.2: Language Arts

formulates questions and conducts an interview.

LA.C.1.3.1.3: Language Arts

paraphrases information.

LA.C.1.3.1.4: Language Arts

expands and enhances personal interest through listening.

LA.C.1.3.2.1: Language Arts

listens to fiction, drama, nonfiction, and informational presentations based on personal preferences.

LA.C.1.3.3.1: Language Arts

recognizes verbal and nonverbal cues and responds appropriately.

LA.C.1.3.4.1: Language Arts

demonstrates effective listening behaviors for a variety of purposes (for example, using eye contact, note-making, appropriate posture).

LA.C.1.3.4.2: Language Arts

asks appropriate, challenging questions for elaboration or clarification during activities such as interviews and discussion.

LA.C.1.3.4.3: Language Arts

summarizes main points and supporting details orally or in writing.

LA.C.1.3.4.4: Language Arts

uses information gained for a variety of purposes.

LA.C.2.3.1.1: Language Arts

summarizes main concept and lists supporting details in a nonprint message.

LA.C.2.3.1.2: Language Arts

identifies biases and stereotypes in a nonprint message.

LA.C.2.3.1.3: Language Arts

responds to persuasive techniques and nonverbal cues in a nonprint message (for example, body language, silence).

LA.C.2.3.2.1: Language Arts

demonstrates nonverbal cues to convey a message to an audience (for example, movement, gestures, facial expressions).

LA.C.3.3.1.1: Language Arts

evaluates classroom presentations according to volume, stress, pacing, and pronunciation.

LA.C.3.3.1.2: Language Arts

uses a rating sheet to compare and contrast effective and ineffective presentations according to volume, stress, pacing, and pronunciation.

LA.C.3.3.1.3: Language Arts

organizes and effectively delivers a speech using a beginning, middle, and end.

LA.C.3.3.2.1: Language Arts

participates in classroom discussions using effective speaking strategies (for example, asking questions, making observations).

LA.C.3.3.2.2: Language Arts

alternates between roles of contributor and leader in a group discussion.

LA.C.3.3.3.1: Language Arts

identifies the occasion, audience, and purpose for speaking.

LA.C.3.3.3.2: Language Arts

uses appropriate grammar, word choice, and pacing.

LA.C.3.3.3.3: Language Arts

uses language which is clear, audible and suitable.

LA.C.3.3.3.4: Language Arts

delivers an effective informational, persuasive, or technical speech.

LA.D.1.3.1.1: Language Arts

identifies patterns and rules found in the English language (for example, grammar usage, word pronunciation).

LA.D.1.3.2.1: Language Arts

understands ways culture and time period influence a literary work.

LA.D.1.3.2.2: Language Arts

compares and contrasts literature from different time periods and cultures to understand concepts and themes.

LA.D.1.3.3.1: Language Arts

knows when to use formal and informal English based on audience and purpose.

LA.D.1.3.3.2: Language Arts

transfers information gathered and recorded informally into a formal presentation.

LA.D.1.3.4.1: Language Arts

explores the origin and historical development of words.

LA.D.1.3.4.2: Language Arts

identifies slang, both past and present.

LA.D.1.3.4.3: Language Arts

analyzes words and sentence patterns that have changed in meaning over the years.

LA.D.2.3.1.1: Language Arts

uses words and images that best express intended messages.

LA.D.2.3.1.2: Language Arts

uses language appropriate to purpose and audience.

LA.D.2.3.2.1: Language Arts

uses figurative language techniques to create and comprehend meaning (for example, similes, metaphors, analogies, anecdotes, sensory language).

LA.D.2.3.3.1: Language Arts

distinguishes between emotional and logical arguments in written, oral and visual communication.

LA.D.2.3.3.2: Language Arts

understands difference between propaganda and logical reasoning strategies.

LA.D.2.3.4.1: Language Arts

selects communication tools that will enhance understanding.

LA.D.2.3.4.2: Language Arts

knows ways the tools of graphics, pictures, color, motion, music, and computer technology affect communication across the media.

LA.D.2.3.5.1: Language Arts

uses multimedia tools to enhance presentations.

LA.D.2.3.6.1: Language Arts

understands ways mass media may enhance or manipulate information.

LA.D.2.3.7.1: Language Arts

understands ways laws govern use of mass media (for example, plagiarism, copyright, libel, slander).

LA.E.1.3.1.1: Language Arts

identifies universal themes in various types of literature.

LA.E.1.3.1.2: Language Arts

compares and contrasts themes in classic and contemporary literature.

LA.E.1.3.2.1: Language Arts

compares and contrasts characters from various texts.

LA.E.1.3.2.2: Language Arts

compares and contrasts settings from various texts.

LA.E.1.3.2.3: Language Arts

compares and contrasts plot elements from various texts.

LA.E.1.3.2.4: Language Arts

knows the primary conflicts and explains their resolutions in a variety of text types.

LA.E.1.3.3.1: Language Arts

knows ways the author's word choice contributes to the meaning of a text.

LA.E.1.3.3.2: Language Arts

identifies symbolism and figurative language used effectively in fiction and nonfiction.

LA.E.1.3.3.3: Language Arts

knows the role of point of view or persona in a literary or informational text.

LA.E.1.3.3.4: Language Arts

identifies literary devices (for example, foreshadowing, flashbacks, irony).

LA.E.1.3.3.5: Language Arts

understands the mood in a literary work.

LA.E.1.3.3.6: Language Arts

identifies persuasion techniques in literary works.

LA.E.1.3.4.1: Language Arts

knows ways effective word choice, uses of dialect and sensory or figurative language contribute to the mood or meaning of a poem.

LA.E.1.3.4.2: Language Arts

understands the impact on the reader of specific word choices (for example, multiple meanings, invented words, concrete or abstract terms, figurative language).

LA.E.1.3.4.3: Language Arts

understands ways line length, punctuation, and rhythm contribute to the overall effect of a poem.

LA.E.1.3.5.1: Language Arts

knows possible themes in a variety of literary texts.

LA.E.1.3.5.2: Language Arts

knows and explains themes that appear across cultures.

LA.E.1.3.5.3: Language Arts

knows recurring and timeless themes in literary works.

LA.E.2.3.1.1: Language Arts

knows the reasons for a character's actions.

LA.E.2.3.1.2: Language Arts

knows the events in the plot related to the central conflict.

LA.E.2.3.1.3: Language Arts

knows ways cause-and-effect relationships affect the development of a plot.

LA.E.2.3.1.4: Language Arts

knows ways the tone of a literary work is used to support its story line.

LA.E.2.3.1.5: Language Arts

knows and describes from various characters' points of view a situation related to the central conflict in a literary work.

LA.E.2.3.2.1: Language Arts

selects a key passage that reflects personal convictions.

LA.E.2.3.2.2: Language Arts

explains or demonstrates how phrases, sentences, or passages relate to personal life.

LA.E.2.3.3.1: Language Arts

recognizes that a literary text elicit a variety of valid responses.

LA.E.2.3.4.1: Language Arts

reads literature by authors from various cultural and historical backgrounds.

LA.E.2.3.5.1: Language Arts

knows different literary approaches that are used in the study of literature.

LA.E.2.3.6.1: Language Arts

gains a better understanding of self through the reading of literature.

LA.E.2.3.6.2: Language Arts

explains the influence of a particular text on personal growth and development.

LA.E.2.3.7.1: Language Arts

reads literature for personal pleasure.

LA.E.2.3.8.1: Language Arts

reads and discusses literature with differing viewpoints to enhance perspective.
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