Type:

Game

Description:

Collection of games to be used in the instruction of Language Arts concepts.

Subjects:

  • Language Arts > General
  • Education > General

Education Levels:

  • Grade 6
  • Grade 7
  • Grade 8
  • Grade 9
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12

Keywords:

collections language arts english games

Language:

English

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Update Standards?

LA.6.6.3.A: English

use word structure to analyze and show relationships among words

LA.6.6.3.B: English

identify internal and external inflections which may alter meaning and pronunciation

LA.6.6.3.C: English

recognize the relationships commonly used to create analogies

LA.6.6.3.D: English

recognize that many words have multiple meanings and that context and dictionaries are both supportive in determining which meaning is most appropriate

LA.6.6.3.E: English

recognize that figurative language enriches text.

LA.6.6.3.1: English

separate and recombine known word parts to predict the meaning of unfamiliar words, such as separating poly from polygon and phone from telephone to predict the meaning of polyphony

LA.6.6.3.2: English

notice relationships among inflected words, such as proceed and procession or internal and internalization

LA.6.6.3.3.a: English

synonyms - small: little

LA.6.6.3.3.b: English

antonyms - up: down

LA.6.6.3.3.c: English

object/action - ear: hear

LA.6.6.3.3.d: English

source/product - tree: lumber

LA.6.6.3.3.e: English

part/whole - paw: dog

LA.6.6.3.3.f: English

animal/habitat - bee: hive

LA.6.6.3.4.a: English

examples

LA.6.6.3.4.b: English

restatements

LA.6.6.3.4.c: English

contrast

LA.6.6.3.5.a: English

simile - figures of speech that use the words like or as to make comparisons

LA.6.6.3.5.b: English

hyperbole - intentionally exaggerated figures of speech

LA.6.6.3.6.a: English

dictionaries

LA.6.6.3.6.b: English

thesauruses

LA.6.6.3.6.c: English

glossaries

LA.6.6.3.6.d: English

online sources.

LA.6.6.4.A: English

recognize an author?s choice of words and images

LA.6.6.4.B: English

identify and define the elements of narrative structure

LA.6.6.4.C: English

understand that fiction includes a variety of genres, including short story, novel, folk literature, and drama

LA.6.6.4.D: English

understand that narrative nonfiction includes biography, autobiography, and personal essay

LA.6.6.4.E: English

understand that poetry can be rhymed, unrhymed, and/or patterned

LA.6.6.4.F: English

differentiate between narrative and poetic forms

LA.6.6.4.G: English

understand that imagery and figurative language enrich texts

LA.6.6.4.H: English

recognize an author?s craft as the purposeful choice of vocabulary, sentence formation, voice, and tone

LA.6.6.4.I: English

recognize an author?s theme(s)

LA.6.6.4.J.a: English

haiku ? a 17-syllable, delicate, unrhymed Japanese verse, usually about nature

LA.6.6.4.J.b: English

limerick ? a 5-line, rhymed, rhythmic verse, usually humorous

LA.6.6.4.J.c: English

ballad ? a songlike narrative poem, usually featuring rhyme, rhythm, and refrain

LA.6.6.4.J.d: English

free verse ? poetry with neither regular meter nor rhyme scheme.

LA.6.6.4.1: English

understand setting as time, place, and duration in a story

LA.6.6.4.2.a: English

the development of the central conflict and resolution

LA.6.6.4.2.b: English

the sequence of events in the story

LA.6.6.4.2.c: English

the writer' map for what happens, how it happens, to whom it happens, and when it happens

LA.6.6.4.3.a: English

what a character says

LA.6.6.4.3.b: English

what a character thinks

LA.6.6.4.3.c: English

what a character does

LA.6.6.4.3.d: English

how other characters respond to the character

LA.6.6.4.4.a: English

internal conflicts within characters

LA.6.6.4.4.b: English

external conflicts between characters

LA.6.6.4.4.c: English

changes in characters as a result of conflicts and resolutions in the plot

LA.6.6.4.5.a: English

language patterns

LA.6.6.4.5.b: English

sentence variety

LA.6.6.4.5.c: English

vocabulary

LA.6.6.4.5.d: English

imagery

LA.6.6.4.5.e: English

figurative language

LA.6.6.4.6.a: English

simile - figures of speech that use the words like or as to make comparisons

LA.6.6.4.6.b: English

hyperbole - intentionally exaggerated figures of speech

LA.6.6.4.7.a: English

rhyme - recurring identical or similar final word sounds within or at the ends of lines of verse, e.g., farm/harm

LA.6.6.4.7.b: English

rhythm - the recurring pattern of strong and weak syllabic stresses

LA.6.6.4.7.c: English

repetition - repeated use of sounds, words, or ideas for effect and emphasis

LA.6.6.4.7.d: English

alliteration - repetition of initial sounds, e.g., picked a peck of pickled peppers

LA.6.6.4.7.e: English

onomatopoeia - the use of a word whose sound suggests its meaning, e.g., buzz

LA.6.6.4.8.a: English

story maps

LA.6.6.4.8.b: English

Somebody...Wanted...But...So

LA.6.6.4.9: English

use graphic organizers, such as flow charts or story maps, to record plot elements that illustrate cause-and-effect relationships and plot development

LA.6.6.4.10: English

use graphic organizers, such as two-column notes and Venn diagrams, to record changes in characters as a result of incidents in the plot

LA.6.6.4.11: English

use graphic organizers, such as "It says...I say," to record clues in the text and inferences or conclusions made by the reader as a result of those clues.

LA.6.6.5.A: English

activate prior knowledge before reading

LA.6.6.5.B: English

be strategic before, during, and after reading

LA.6.6.5.C: English

recognize an author?s patterns of organization

LA.6.6.5.D: English

recognize an author?s use and clarification of technical vocabulary

LA.6.6.5.E: English

use graphic organizers to organize and summarize text

LA.6.6.5.F: English

read beyond the printed text to understand the message stated or implied by an author

LA.6.6.5.G: English

select appropriate sources of information based on the purpose for reading

LA.6.6.5.H: English

use a variety of strategies, including context, structural analysis, and reference sources, for determining the meaning of unfamiliar and technical vocabulary

LA.6.6.5.I: English

read in order to gather, organize, and restate information for written and oral presentations.

LA.6.6.5.1.a: English

small-group or whole-class discussion

LA.6.6.5.1.b: English

anticipation guides

LA.6.6.5.1.c: English

preview of key vocabulary

LA.6.6.5.2.a: English

boldface and/or italics type

LA.6.6.5.2.b: English

type set in color

LA.6.6.5.2.c: English

vocabulary

LA.6.6.5.2.d: English

graphics or photographs

LA.6.6.5.2.e: English

headings and subheadings

LA.6.6.5.3: English

predict and then read to validate or revise the prediction(s)

LA.6.6.5.4: English

identify clue words and phrases that help unlock meaning of unfamiliar and technical terms

LA.6.6.5.5: English

comprehend, record, and remember details and/or facts in order to arrive at a conclusion or generalization

LA.6.6.5.6.a: English

chronological or sequential

LA.6.6.5.6.b: English

comparison/contrast

LA.6.6.5.6.c: English

cause-and-effect

LA.6.6.5.6.d: English

problem-solution

LA.6.6.5.6.e: English

generalization or principle

LA.6.6.5.7: English

use graphic organizers to show similarities and differences in the information found in several sources about the same topic

LA.6.6.5.8.a: English

delete trivia and redundancy

LA.6.6.5.8.b: English

substitute a general term for a list

LA.6.6.5.8.c: English

find or create a main idea statement

LA.6.6.5.9.a: English

general and specialized dictionaries

LA.6.6.5.9.b: English

thesauruses

LA.6.6.5.9.c: English

atlases and globes

LA.6.6.5.9.d: English

general and specialized encyclopedias

LA.6.6.5.9.e: English

directories

LA.6.6.5.9.f: English

general and specialized (or subject-specific) databases

LA.6.6.5.9.g: English

Internet resources, as appropriate for school use.

LA.7.7.4.A: English

use word structure to analyze and find relationships among words

LA.7.7.4.B: English

recognize internal and external inflections that change meaning and pronunciation

LA.7.7.4.C: English

recognize relationships used to create analogies

LA.7.7.4.D: English

recognize that words have nuances of meaning and that understanding the connotations may be necessary to determine the appropriate meaning

LA.7.7.4.E: English

recognize that figurative language and analogy enrich text.

LA.7.7.4.1: English

separate and recombine known word parts to predict the meaning of unfamiliar words, such as separating dent from dentist and fric from friction to predict the meaning of dentifrice

LA.7.7.4.2.a: English

purpose - chair: sit

LA.7.7.4.2.b: English

cause/effect - sun: burn

LA.7.7.4.2.c: English

sequence - day: week

LA.7.7.4.2.d: English

characteristic - snow: cold

LA.7.7.4.2.e: English

product - tree: lumber

LA.7.7.4.2.f: English

degree - warm: hot

LA.7.7.4.3: English

recognize that synonyms may have connotations, e.g., elderly and mature; youthful and juvenile

LA.7.7.4.4.a: English

simile - figure of speech that uses the words like or as to make comparisons

LA.7.7.4.4.b: English

personification - figure of speech that applies human characteristics to non-human objects

LA.7.7.4.4.c: English

hyperbole - intentionally exaggerated figure of speech.

LA.7.7.5.A: English

recognize that authors make choices to create stories

LA.7.7.5.B: English

understand that language has an impact on readers

LA.7.7.5.C: English

make inferences and draw conclusions based on information supplied by an author combined with the reader?s own background knowledge

LA.7.7.5.D: English

use strategies and graphic organizers to summarize and analyze text

LA.7.7.5.E.a: English

haiku - a 17-syllable, delicate, unrhymed Japanese verse, usually about nature

LA.7.7.5.E.b: English

limerick - a 5-line, rhymed, rhythmic verse, usually humorous

LA.7.7.5.E.c: English

ballad - a songlike narrative poem, usually featuring rhyme, rhythm, and refrain

LA.7.7.5.E.d: English

free verse - poetry with neither regular meter nor rhyme scheme

LA.7.7.5.E.e: English

couplet - a pair of rhyming lines

LA.7.7.5.E.f: English

quatrain - a stanza containing four lines

LA.7.7.5.F.a: English

short stories

LA.7.7.5.F.b: English

novels

LA.7.7.5.F.c.1: English

tales

LA.7.7.5.F.c.2: English

myths

LA.7.7.5.F.c.3: English

legends

LA.7.7.5.F.c.4: English

fables

LA.7.7.5.F.d: English

plays

LA.7.7.5.F.e: English

personal essays

LA.7.7.5.F.f: English

biographies and autobiographies.

LA.7.7.5.1.a: English

setting - time, place, and duration

LA.7.7.5.1.b: English

character(s)

LA.7.7.5.1.c.1: English

individual vs. individual

LA.7.7.5.1.c.2: English

individual vs. nature

LA.7.7.5.1.c.3: English

individual vs. society

LA.7.7.5.1.c.4: English

individual vs. supernatural

LA.7.7.5.1.c.5: English

individual vs. technology

LA.7.7.5.1.d: English

internal conflict - individual vs. self

LA.7.7.5.1.e.1: English

initiating event

LA.7.7.5.1.e.2: English

rising action

LA.7.7.5.1.e.3: English

climax

LA.7.7.5.1.e.4: English

falling action

LA.7.7.5.1.e.5: English

resolution

LA.7.7.5.1.f: English

theme

LA.7.7.5.2: English

use graphic organizers, such as "It says...I say," to record clues in the text and inferences or conclusions made by the reader as a result of those clues

LA.7.7.5.3.a: English

what a character says

LA.7.7.5.3.b: English

what a character thinks

LA.7.7.5.3.c: English

what a character does

LA.7.7.5.3.d: English

how other characters respond to the character

LA.7.7.5.4.a: English

foreshadowing - the use of clues to hint at coming events in a story

LA.7.7.5.4.b: English

irony - the contrast between expectation and reality; between what is said and what is meant; between what appears to be true and what really is true

LA.7.7.5.5.a: English

word choice

LA.7.7.5.5.b: English

sentence structure and language patterns

LA.7.7.5.5.c: English

imagery - the use of words to create sensory impressions - most often visual impressions but may be sound, smell, taste, or touch impressions

LA.7.7.5.5.d: English

figurative language - text enriched by word images and figures of speech

LA.7.7.5.6.a: English

story maps

LA.7.7.5.6.b: English

Somebody...Wanted...But...So

LA.7.7.5.7.a: English

rhyme - recurring identical or similar final word sounds within or at the ends of lines of verse

LA.7.7.5.7.b: English

rhythm - the recurring pattern of strong and weak syllabic stresses

LA.7.7.5.7.c: English

meter - a fixed pattern of accented and unaccented syllables in lines of fixed length to create rhythm

LA.7.7.5.7.d: English

repetition - repeated use of sounds, words, or ideas for effect and emphasis

LA.7.7.5.7.e: English

alliteration - repetition of initial sounds, e.g., picked a peck of pickled peppers

LA.7.7.5.7.f: English

assonance - repetition of vowel sounds, e.g., mad hatter

LA.7.7.5.7.g: English

consonance - repetition of final consonant sounds, e.g., east/west

LA.7.7.5.7.h: English

onomatopoeia - the use of a word whose sound suggests its meaning, e.g., clatter.

LA.7.7.6.A: English

activate prior knowledge before reading

LA.7.7.6.B: English

make predictions prior to and during the reading process

LA.7.7.6.C: English

choose graphic organizers based on the internal text structure most prevalent in the text

LA.7.7.6.D: English

use the reading process to predict, question, clarify, infer, organize, compare, summarize, and synthesize

LA.7.7.6.E.a: English

to entertain

LA.7.7.6.E.b: English

to inform

LA.7.7.6.E.c: English

to persuade

LA.7.7.6.F: English

notice use of connotations and persuasive language to convey viewpoint

LA.7.7.6.G: English

use graphic organizers and other strategies to organize and summarize text

LA.7.7.6.H: English

distinguish between a fact, which can be verified, and an opinion, which cannot.

LA.7.7.6.1.a: English

small-group or whole-class discussion

LA.7.7.6.1.b: English

anticipation guides

LA.7.7.6.1.c: English

preview of key vocabulary

LA.7.7.6.2.a: English

boldface and/or italics type

LA.7.7.6.2.b: English

type set in color

LA.7.7.6.2.c: English

underlining

LA.7.7.6.2.d: English

indentation

LA.7.7.6.2.e: English

sidebars

LA.7.7.6.2.f: English

illustrations, graphics, and photographs

LA.7.7.6.2.g: English

headings and subheadings

LA.7.7.6.2.h: English

footnotes and annotations

LA.7.7.6.3.a: English

cause-and-effect

LA.7.7.6.3.b: English

comparison/contrast

LA.7.7.6.3.c: English

enumeration or listing

LA.7.7.6.3.d: English

sequential or chronological

LA.7.7.6.3.e: English

concept/definition

LA.7.7.6.3.f: English

generalization

LA.7.7.6.3.g: English

process

LA.7.7.6.4.a: English

as a result of, consequently for cause-and-effect

LA.7.7.6.4.b: English

similarly, on the other hand for comparison/contrast

LA.7.7.6.4.c: English

first, three for enumeration or listing

LA.7.7.6.4.d: English

today, meanwhile for sequential or chronological

LA.7.7.6.4.e: English

refers to, thus for concept/definition

LA.7.7.6.4.f: English

always, in fact for generalization

LA.7.7.6.4.g: English

begins with, in order to for process.

LA.7.7.7.A: English

use research tools available in school media centers and public libraries

LA.7.7.7.B: English

choose and use appropriate graphic organizers

LA.7.7.7.C: English

recognize MLA format.

LA.7.7.7.1.a: English

educational online resources

LA.7.7.7.1.b: English

reference books

LA.7.7.7.1.c: English

scholarly journals

LA.7.7.7.1.d: English

magazines

LA.7.7.7.1.e: English

the Internet, as appropriate for school use

LA.7.7.7.2.a: English

file cards

LA.7.7.7.2.b.1: English

flow charts

LA.7.7.7.2.b.2: English

Venn diagrams

LA.7.7.7.2.b.3: English

outlines

LA.7.7.7.2.c: English

spreadsheets

LA.7.7.7.2.d: English

databases

LA.7.7.7.2.e: English

presentation software

LA.7.7.7.3: English

create a "Works Cited" page for oral and written presentations.

LA.8.8.4.A: English

use word structure to analyze and relate words

LA.8.8.4.B: English

recognize internal and external inflections that change meaning and pronunciation

LA.8.8.4.C: English

recognize that words have nuances of meaning and that understanding the connotations may be necessary to determine the appropriate meaning

LA.8.8.4.D: English

recognize that figurative language and analogy enrich text.

LA.8.8.4.1: English

recognize the relationships among words related by structure and derivation, such as polygraph and graffiti or carnival and valedictorian

LA.8.8.4.2.a: English

type or example cinnamon: spice

LA.8.8.4.2.b: English

characteristics - glass: breakable

LA.8.8.4.2.c: English

association - bow: arrow

LA.8.8.4.2.d: English

operator - car: driver

LA.8.8.4.2.e: English

degree - pleased: ecstatic

LA.8.8.4.2.f: English

mathematical - three: six

LA.8.8.4.2.g: English

number - louse: lice

LA.8.8.4.3: English

use both context and reference skills independently to determine the nuances and connotations of words

LA.8.8.4.4.a: English

simile - figure of speech that uses the words like or as to make comparisons

LA.8.8.4.4.b: English

metaphor - figure of speech that implies comparisons

LA.8.8.4.4.c: English

personification - figure of speech that applies human characteristics to non-human objects

LA.8.8.4.4.d: English

hyperbole - intentionally exaggerated figure of speech.

LA.8.8.5.A: English

analyze an author?s craft and style

LA.8.8.5.B.a: English

novel

LA.8.8.5.B.b: English

short story

LA.8.8.5.B.c: English

biography

LA.8.8.5.B.d: English

essay

LA.8.8.5.B.e: English

speech

LA.8.8.5.B.f: English

poetry

LA.8.8.5.C: English

understand characterization as the way that an author presents a character and reveals character traits

LA.8.8.5.D.a: English

word choice

LA.8.8.5.D.b: English

figurative language

LA.8.8.5.D.c: English

symbolism

LA.8.8.5.D.d: English

imagery

LA.8.8.5.D.e: English

rhyme

LA.8.8.5.D.f: English

rhythm

LA.8.8.5.D.g: English

repetition

LA.8.8.5.D.h: English

sound elements

LA.8.8.5.D.i: English

pun

LA.8.8.5.D.j: English

oxymoron

LA.8.8.5.E.a: English

serious

LA.8.8.5.E.b: English

solemn

LA.8.8.5.E.c: English

sarcastic

LA.8.8.5.E.d: English

objective

LA.8.8.5.E.e: English

enthusiastic

LA.8.8.5.E.f: English

humorous

LA.8.8.5.E.g: English

hostile

LA.8.8.5.E.h: English

disapproving

LA.8.8.5.E.i: English

personal

LA.8.8.5.E.j: English

impersonal

LA.8.8.5.F.a: English

haiku ? a 17-syllable, delicate, unrhymed Japanese verse, usually about nature

LA.8.8.5.F.b: English

limerick ? a 5-line, rhymed, rhythmic verse, usually humorous

LA.8.8.5.F.c: English

ballad ? a songlike narrative poem, usually featuring rhyme, rhythm, and refrain

LA.8.8.5.F.d: English

free verse ? poetry with neither regular meter nor rhyme scheme

LA.8.8.5.F.e: English

couplet ? a pair of rhyming lines

LA.8.8.5.F.f: English

quatrain ? a stanza containing four lines

LA.8.8.5.G: English

make inferences, draw conclusions, and point to an author?s implications in the text.

LA.8.8.5.1.a: English

setting - time, place, and duration in a story

LA.8.8.5.1.b.1: English

static - remaining the same during the course of the story, or

LA.8.8.5.1.b.2: English

dynamic - changing during the course of and as a result of the story

LA.8.8.5.1.c.1: English

individual vs. individual

LA.8.8.5.1.c.2: English

individual vs. nature

LA.8.8.5.1.c.3: English

individual vs. society

LA.8.8.5.1.c.4: English

individual vs. supernatural

LA.8.8.5.1.c.5: English

individual vs. technology

LA.8.8.5.1.d: English

internal conflict - individual vs. self

LA.8.8.5.1.e.1: English

initiating event

LA.8.8.5.1.e.2: English

rising action

LA.8.8.5.1.e.3: English

climax

LA.8.8.5.1.e.4: English

falling action

LA.8.8.5.1.e.5: English

resolution

LA.8.8.5.1.f: English

theme

LA.8.8.5.2.a: English

dialogue

LA.8.8.5.2.b: English

sentence structure

LA.8.8.5.2.c: English

language patterns

LA.8.8.5.2.d: English

tone

LA.8.8.5.3.a: English

first person

LA.8.8.7.A.a: English

planning

LA.8.8.7.A.b: English

drafting

LA.8.8.7.A.c: English

revising

LA.8.8.7.A.d: English

proofreading

LA.8.8.7.A.e: English

editing

LA.8.8.7.A.f: English

publishing

LA.8.8.7.B: English

understand that good writing has been elaborated horizontally and vertically

LA.8.8.7.C: English

use peer and individual revising and editing

LA.8.8.7.D: English

understand that good writing has been improved thorough revision

LA.8.8.7.E: English

use word processing tools, including spell checkers and grammar checkers when available

LA.8.8.7.F.a: English

central idea

LA.8.8.7.F.b: English

elaboration

LA.8.8.7.F.c: English

unity

LA.8.8.7.F.d: English

organization

LA.8.8.7.G.a: English

serious

LA.8.8.7.G.b: English

sarcastic

LA.8.8.7.G.c: English

objective

LA.8.8.7.G.d: English

enthusiastic

LA.8.8.7.G.e: English

solemn

LA.8.8.7.G.f: English

humorous

LA.8.8.7.G.g: English

hostile

LA.8.8.7.G.h: English

personal

LA.8.8.7.G.i: English

impersonal.

LA.8.8.7.1.a: English

narrative - writing to tell a story

LA.8.8.7.1.b: English

persuasive - writing to influence the reader or listener to believe or do as the author or speaker suggests

LA.8.8.7.1.c: English

expository - writing to explain and build a body of well-organized and understandable information

LA.8.8.7.1.d: English

informational - writing to put forth information, frequently used in textbooks and the news media

LA.8.8.7.2.a: English

brainstorming

LA.8.8.7.2.b: English

webbing

LA.8.8.7.2.c: English

mapping

LA.8.8.7.2.d: English

outlining

LA.8.8.7.2.e: English

clustering

LA.8.8.7.2.f: English

listing

LA.8.8.7.2.g: English

using graphic organizers

LA.8.8.7.3.a: English

voice

LA.8.8.7.3.b: English

tone

LA.8.8.7.3.c: English

selection of information and details

LA.8.8.7.3.d: English

embedded phrases and clauses that clarify meaning and increase variety

LA.8.8.7.3.e: English

vivid and precise vocabulary

LA.8.8.7.3.f: English

figurative language

LA.8.8.7.3.g: English

sentence variety

LA.8.8.7.3.h: English

transitional words and phrases

LA.8.8.7.4.a: English

rereading

LA.8.8.7.4.b: English

reflecting

LA.8.8.7.4.c: English

rethinking

LA.8.8.7.4.d: English

rewriting

LA.8.8.7.4.e: English

including vivid vocabulary

LA.8.8.7.4.f: English

combining sentences for variety and rhythm

LA.8.8.7.4.g: English

providing transitions between ideas and paragraphs.

LA.8.8.8.A: English

proofread and edit drafts with teacher assistance, peer collaboration, and growing independence

LA.8.8.8.B: English

understand that pronouns need to agree with antecedents in gender, number, and person

LA.8.8.8.C: English

understand that verbs must agree with subjects.

LA.8.8.8.1: English

use complete sentences with appropriate punctuation, including the punctuation of dialogue and the punctuation between dependent and independent clauses

LA.8.8.8.2: English

diagram complex sentences

LA.8.8.8.3: English

use a singular verb with a singular subject and a plural verb with a plural subject, e.g., John buys lunch, but most of his friends bring lunches from home.

LA.8.8.8.4: English

use a singular pronoun to refer to a singular antecedent and a plural pronoun to refer to a plural antecedent, e.g., All students should bring their notebooks to class. Each student must provide his own pen.

LA.8.8.8.5: English

use objective pronouns in prepositional phrases with compound objects, e.g., Grandma gave cookies to Peter and me.

LA.8.8.8.6: English

choose and maintain tense (present, past, future) and throughout an entire paragraph or text

LA.8.8.8.7: English

use comparative and superlative adjectives, e.g., Jim was the brightest student in the middle school. He was even brighter than some of the students in the high school.

LA.8.8.8.8: English

use comparative and superlative adverbs, e.g., The second time she read aloud, she read more fluently than the first time. After much practice, she read most fluently of all her classmates.

LA.8.8.8.9: English

use and correctly punctuate transitional words, such as furthermore, however, since, and next

LA.8.8.8.10: English

use and correctly punctuate conjunctions, such as either/or and neither/no

LA.9.9.3.A: English

understand the relationships between and among the elements of literature and the ways these elements work together to create effective literary selections

LA.9.9.3.B: English

understand the relationship between an author?s style and literary effect

LA.9.9.3.C: English

understand an author?s use of figurative language to create images, sounds, and effects

LA.9.9.3.D: English

understand an author?s use of structuring techniques to present literary content

LA.9.9.3.E: English

understand the techniques an author uses to convey information about a character

LA.9.9.3.F: English

understand character types

LA.9.9.3.G: English

understand a character?s development throughout a text

LA.9.9.3.H: English

understand how authors are often influenced either consciously or unconsciously by the ideas and values of the times in which they live.

LA.9.9.3.1.a: English

narrative - short story, anecdote, character sketch, fable, legend, myth, tall tale, allegory, biography, autobiography, novel

LA.9.9.3.1.b: English

poetry - epic, ballad, sonnet, lyric, elegy, ode

LA.9.9.3.1.c: English

drama - comedy, tragedy

LA.9.9.3.1.d: English

essay - editorial, journal/diary entry, informative/explanatory essay, analytical essay, speech

LA.9.9.3.2.a: English

protagonist and other characters

LA.9.9.3.2.b: English

plot

LA.9.9.3.2.c: English

setting

LA.9.9.3.2.d: English

tone

LA.9.9.3.2.e: English

point of view - first person, third person limited, third person omniscient

LA.9.9.3.2.f: English

theme

LA.9.9.3.2.g: English

speaker

LA.9.9.3.2.h: English

narrator

LA.9.9.3.3.a: English

simile

LA.9.9.3.3.b: English

metaphor

LA.9.9.3.3.c: English

personification

LA.9.9.3.3.d: English

analogy

LA.9.9.3.3.e: English

symbolism

LA.9.9.3.3.f: English

apostrophe

LA.9.9.3.3.g: English

allusion

LA.9.9.3.3.h: English

imagery

LA.9.9.3.3.i: English

paradox

LA.9.9.3.3.j: English

oxymoron

LA.9.9.3.4.a: English

dialogue

LA.9.9.3.4.b: English

foreshadowing

LA.9.9.3.4.c: English

flashback

LA.9.9.3.4.d: English

soliloquy

LA.9.9.3.4.e: English

verse

LA.9.9.3.4.f.1: English

couplet

LA.9.9.3.4.f.2: English

quatrain

LA.9.9.3.4.f.3: English

sestet

LA.9.9.3.4.f.4: English

octet (octave)

LA.9.9.3.5.a: English

rhetorical question

LA.9.9.3.5.b: English

cliché

LA.9.9.3.5.c: English

connotation

LA.9.9.3.5.d: English

denotation

LA.9.9.3.5.e: English

hyperbole

LA.9.9.3.5.f: English

understatement

LA.9.9.3.5.g.1: English

dramatic

LA.9.9.3.5.g.2: English

situational

LA.9.9.3.5.g.3: English

verbal

LA.9.9.3.5.h: English

dialect

LA.9.9.3.5.i: English

pun

LA.9.9.3.6.a: English

direct exposition - what is said about the character

LA.9.9.3.6.b: English

character's actions - what the character does

LA.9.9.3.6.c: English

character's thoughts - what the character thinks

LA.9.9.3.7.a: English

dynamic/round character

LA.9.9.3.7.b: English

static/flat character

LA.9.9.3.7.c: English

stereotype

LA.9.9.3.7.d: English

caricature.

LA.9.9.4.A: English

employ activities that support the reading process

LA.9.9.4.B: English

understand that specialized vocabulary is vocabulary that is unique to a specific content, topic, or discipline.

LA.9.9.4.1: English

use before-, during-, and after-reading strategies

LA.9.9.4.2: English

identify a position/argument in an informational text

LA.9.9.4.3.a: English

manuals

LA.9.9.4.3.b: English

textbooks

LA.9.9.4.3.c: English

business letters

LA.9.9.4.3.d: English

newspapers

LA.9.9.4.3.e: English

brochures

LA.9.9.4.3.f: English

reports

LA.9.9.4.3.g: English

catalogs

LA.9.9.4.3.h: English

journals

LA.9.9.4.3.i: English

essays

LA.9.9.4.3.j: English

speeches

LA.9.9.4.3.k: English

biographies

LA.9.9.4.3.l: English

autobiographies

LA.9.9.4.4: English

apply information gained from sources to complete an assigned task

LA.9.9.4.5: English

increase general and specialized vocabulary

LA.9.9.4.6: English

identify information not answered by a selected text.

LA.9.9.5.A: English

understand that in dramatic works, setting, mood, characters, plot, and theme are often revealed through staging as well as through narration and dialogue, which are used in short stories and novels to create these elements.

LA.9.9.5.1.a: English

lighting design and cues

LA.9.9.5.1.b: English

costume design

LA.9.9.5.1.c: English

set design

LA.9.9.5.1.d: English

set decoration: props

LA.9.9.5.1.e: English

stage movement (blocking)

LA.9.9.5.1.f: English

voice: tone, pitch, inflection, emotion

LA.9.9.5.1.g: English

facial expressions

LA.9.9.5.1.h: English

make-up

LA.9.9.5.1.i: English

curtain cues

LA.9.9.5.1.j: English

music/sound effects

LA.9.9.5.2.a: English

dramatic structure: exposition/initiating event, rising action, complication/conflict, climax, falling action, resolution/denouement (conclusion/resolution)

LA.9.9.5.2.b: English

monologue

LA.9.9.5.2.c: English

soliloquy

LA.9.9.5.2.d: English

dialogue

LA.9.9.5.2.e: English

aside

LA.9.9.5.2.f: English

dialect

LA.9.9.5.3: English

compare and contrast the elements of character, setting, and plot in or among one-act plays and full-length plays

LA.9.9.5.4: English

describe how stage directions help the reader understand a play's setting, mood, characters, plot, and theme.

LA.9.9.6.A: English

understand a writing process

LA.9.9.6.B: English

understand the importance of audience and purpose when writing.

LA.9.9.6.1: English

plan and develop written products that demonstrate their understanding of composing, written expression, and usage/mechanics

LA.9.9.6.2: English

use prewriting strategies and organize their writing

LA.9.9.6.3: English

communicate the purpose of their writing

LA.9.9.6.4: English

write clear, varied sentences

LA.9.9.6.5: English

use specific vocabulary and information

LA.9.9.6.6: English

arrange paragraphs into a logical progression

LA.9.9.6.7: English

revise their writing for clarity

LA.9.9.6.8: English

proofread materials for intended audience and purpose.

LA.9.9.7.A: English

know the rules for the parts of a sentence

LA.9.9.7.B: English

understand that parallel structure means using the same grammatical form to express equal or parallel ideas

LA.9.9.7.C: English

understand that a main clause is an independent clause that expresses a complete thought and can stand alone as a sentence

LA.9.9.7.D: English

understand that a subordinate clause is a dependent clause and does not express a complete thought

LA.9.9.7.E: English

understand rules for commas and semicolons when dividing main and subordinate clauses.

LA.9.9.7.1.a: English

subject/verb

LA.9.9.7.1.b: English

direct object

LA.9.9.7.1.c: English

indirect object

LA.9.9.7.1.d: English

predicate nominative

LA.9.9.7.1.e: English

predicate adjective

LA.9.9.7.2.a: English

linking coordinate ideas

LA.9.9.7.2.b: English

comparing or contrasting ideas

LA.9.9.7.2.c.1: English

both...and

LA.9.9.7.2.c.2: English

either...or

LA.9.9.7.2.c.3: English

neither...nor

LA.9.9.7.2.c.4: English

not only...but also

LA.9.9.7.3: English

distinguish and divide main and subordinate clauses, using commas and semicolons.

LA.10.10.3.A: English

construct meaning from text by making connections between what they already know and the new information they read

LA.10.10.3.B: English

understand how literary works are constructed by identifying text organization and structure.

LA.10.10.3.1: English

identify the text-organization pattern and text structure of literary works

LA.10.10.3.2: English

make predictions, draw inferences, and connect prior knowledge to support reading comprehension

LA.10.10.3.3.a: English

short stories

LA.10.10.3.3.b: English

poems

LA.10.10.3.3.c: English

plays

LA.10.10.3.3.d: English

novels

LA.10.10.3.3.e: English

essays

LA.10.10.3.4.a: English

haikus

LA.10.10.3.4.b: English

sonnets

LA.10.10.3.4.c: English

fables

LA.10.10.3.4.d: English

myths

LA.10.10.3.5.a: English

struggle with nature

LA.10.10.3.5.b: English

survival of the fittest

LA.10.10.3.5.c: English

coming of age

LA.10.10.3.5.d: English

power of love

LA.10.10.3.5.e: English

loss of innocence

LA.10.10.3.5.f: English

struggle with self

LA.10.10.3.5.g: English

disillusionment with life

LA.10.10.3.5.h: English

the effects of scientific progress

LA.10.10.3.5.i: English

power of nature

LA.10.10.3.5.j: English

alienation and isolation

LA.10.10.3.5.k: English

honoring the historical past

LA.10.10.3.5.l: English

good overcoming evil

LA.10.10.3.5.m: English

tolerance of the atypical

LA.10.10.3.6.a: English

hero/heroine

LA.10.10.3.6.b: English

trickster

LA.10.10.3.6.c: English

faithful companion

LA.10.10.3.6.d: English

outsider/outcast

LA.10.10.3.6.e: English

rugged individualist

LA.10.10.3.6.f: English

shrew

LA.10.10.3.6.g: English

innocent

LA.10.10.3.6.h: English

villain

LA.10.10.3.6.i: English

caretaker

LA.10.10.3.6.j: English

Earth mother

LA.10.10.3.6.k: English

rebel

LA.10.10.3.6.l: English

misfit

LA.10.10.3.7: English

examine a literary selection from several different critical perspectives.

LA.10.10.4.A: English

recognize that background knowledge may be necessary to understand handbooks and manuals

LA.10.10.4.B: English

read carefully the information in labels, warnings, directions, applications, and forms

LA.10.10.4.C: English

know that informational and technical writing is often nonlinear, fragmented, and graphic-supported

LA.10.10.4.D: English

understand reading strategies and in particular, how they are used to locate specific information in print materials.

LA.10.10.4.1: English

understand the different formats and purposes of informational and technical texts

LA.10.10.4.2: English

locate specific information in manuals or other informational sources by using strategies such as skimming, summarizing, and highlighting

LA.10.10.4.3: English

identify how format and style in consumer materials are different from those in narrative and expository text

LA.10.10.4.4: English

compare and contrast product information contained in advertisements with that found in instruction manuals and warranties

LA.10.10.4.5: English

demonstrate an understanding of information read by successfully completing simulated or actual tasks.

LA.10.10.5.A: English

understand rhyme, rhythm, and sound elements

LA.10.10.5.B: English

understand techniques poets use to evoke emotion in the reader

LA.10.10.5.C: English

demonstrate understanding of selected poems.

LA.10.10.5.1.a.1: English

approximate (slant)

LA.10.10.5.1.a.2: English

end

LA.10.10.5.1.a.3: English

internal

LA.10.10.5.1.b: English

alliteration

LA.10.10.5.1.c: English

assonance

LA.10.10.5.1.d: English

consonance

LA.10.10.5.1.e: English

onomatopoeia

LA.10.10.5.1.f: English

blank verse

LA.10.10.5.1.g: English

iambic pentameter

LA.10.10.5.1.h: English

free verse

LA.10.10.5.1.i: English

repetition

LA.10.10.5.1.j: English

refrain

LA.10.10.5.1.k.1: English

couplet

LA.10.10.5.1.k.2: English

quatrain

LA.10.10.5.1.k.3: English

sestet

LA.10.10.5.1.k.4: English

octet (octave)

LA.10.10.5.2.a: English

rhyme

LA.10.10.5.2.b: English

rhythm

LA.10.10.5.2.c: English

meter

LA.10.10.5.2.d.1: English

metaphor

LA.10.10.5.2.d.2: English

simile

LA.10.10.5.2.e: English

diction

LA.10.10.5.2.f: English

tone

LA.10.10.5.3: English

interpret and paraphrase the meanings of selected poems.

LA.10.10.6.A: English

understand that characterization involves literary techniques used to create a character

LA.10.10.6.B: English

know that asides, monologues, and soliloquies focus on single characters, giving insight into their thinking and providing the audience with a deeper understanding of the play

LA.10.10.6.C: English

understand dramatic conventions.

LA.10.10.6.1: English

analyze the use of dialogue, special effects, music, and set to interpret characters

LA.10.10.6.2: English

compare and contrast character development in a play as compared to that in other literary forms, such as a short story or novel

LA.10.10.6.3.a: English

aside

LA.10.10.6.3.b: English

monologue, including soliloquy

LA.10.10.6.3.c.1: English

dramatic

LA.10.10.6.3.c.2: English

verbal

LA.10.10.6.3.c.3: English

situational.

LA.10.10.7.A: English

understand a writing process

LA.10.10.7.B: English

understand expository texts and develop products that reflect that understanding

LA.10.10.7.C: English

understand effective organizational patterns.

LA.10.10.7.1.a: English

explain a process

LA.10.10.7.1.b: English

compare and contrast ideas

LA.10.10.7.1.c: English

show cause and effect

LA.10.10.7.1.d: English

enumerate details

LA.10.10.7.1.e: English

define ideas and concepts

LA.10.10.7.2: English

develop written products that demonstrate their understanding of composing, written expression, and usage/mechanics

LA.10.10.7.3: English

plan and organize their ideas for writing

LA.10.10.7.4: English

elaborate ideas clearly through word choice and vivid description

LA.10.10.7.5: English

vary sentence structures for effect

LA.10.10.7.6: English

use visual and sensory language

LA.10.10.7.7.a: English

comparison/contrast

LA.10.10.7.7.b: English

chronological order

LA.10.10.7.7.c: English

spatial layout

LA.10.10.7.7.d: English

cause-and-effect

LA.10.10.7.7.e: English

definition

LA.10.10.7.7.f: English

order of importance

LA.10.10.7.7.g: English

explanation

LA.10.10.7.7.h: English

enumeration

LA.10.10.7.7.i: English

problem/solution

LA.10.10.7.8: English

use peer and self-evaluation to review and revise writing

LA.10.10.7.9: English

revise writing for clarity of content and presentation

LA.10.10.7.10: English

proofread and prepare final product for intended audience and purpose.

LA.10.10.8.A: English

use a style manual to apply rules for punctuation and formatting of direct quotations

LA.10.10.8.B: English

use colons according to rules governing their use

LA.10.10.8.C: English

understand that active voice means that the subject of a verb performs the action and passive voice means that the subject of a verb receives the action.

LA.10.10.8.1: English

use direct quotations in their writing, applying MLA or APA style for punctuation and formatting

LA.10.10.8.2.a: English

before a list of items

LA.10.10.8.2.b: English

before a long, formal statement or quotation

LA.10.10.8.3: English

after the salutation of a business letter

LA.10.10.8.4: English

distinguish between active voice and passive voice.

LA.10.10.9.A: English

recognize and understand in what they read the specific writing domains of composing, written expression, and usage/mechanics

LA.10.10.9.B: English

understand how writers use organization and details to communicate their purposes.

LA.10.10.9.1.a: English

effective organization

LA.10.10.9.1.b: English

clear structure

LA.10.10.9.1.c: English

sentence variety

LA.10.10.9.1.d: English

unity and coherence

LA.10.10.9.1.e: English

tone and voice

LA.10.10.9.1.f: English

effective word choice

LA.10.10.9.1.g: English

clear purpose

LA.10.10.9.1.h: English

appropriate mechanics and usage

LA.10.10.9.1.i: English

accurate and valuable information

LA.10.10.9.2: English

state a thesis and support it with examples

LA.10.10.9.3: English

state a main idea and use details to explain it

LA.10.10.9.4: English

use inductive organization to keep a reader in suspense

LA.10.10.9.5: English

evaluate analytical writing by examining and understanding how individual parts of the text relate to the whole, including the writing's purpose and structure

LA.10.10.9.6: English

suggest how writing might be improved.

LA.10.10.10.A: English

respond to literature they read

LA.10.10.10.B: English

understand the connections between literature and other disciplines.

LA.10.10.10.1: English

respond to what they read by writing summaries, interpretations, and comparisons of literary, informational, and technical texts

LA.10.10.10.2: English

use paraphrasing to summarize and synthesize ideas in both literature and content-area texts.

LA.11.11.3.A: English

understand characteristics and cultures of historical periods and literary movements associated with each century

LA.11.11.3.B: English

recognize and understand universal characters, themes, and motifs in American literature

LA.11.11.3.C: English

understand how an author?s intent is achieved by the use of context and language.

LA.11.11.3.1: English

discuss how the subject matter, style, literary type, theme, and purpose of literary works often reflect the culture and events of the times in which the works were written

LA.11.11.3.2: English

describe and contrast historical periods from which particular literary pieces derive and the cultures that they portray

LA.11.11.3.3.a: English

Colonialism/Puritanism (17th century)

LA.11.11.3.3.b: English

Revolutionary movement/Rationalism (18th century)

LA.11.11.3.3.c: English

Romanticism, Transcendentalism, Regionalism, Realism, Naturalism (19th century)

LA.11.11.3.3.d: English

Symbolism/Modernism, Harlem Renaissance, Postmodernism (20th century)

LA.11.11.3.4.a: English

hero/heroine

LA.11.11.3.4.b: English

trickster

LA.11.11.3.4.c: English

faithful companion

LA.11.11.3.4.d: English

outsider/outcast

LA.11.11.3.4.e: English

rugged individualist

LA.11.11.3.4.f: English

innocent

LA.11.11.3.4.g: English

villain

LA.11.11.3.4.h: English

caretaker

LA.11.11.3.4.i: English

Earth mother

LA.11.11.3.4.j: English

rebel

LA.11.11.3.5.a: English

misfit

LA.11.11.3.5.b: English

lonely orphan looking for a home

LA.11.11.3.6.a: English

the American Dream

LA.11.11.3.6.b: English

loss of innocence

LA.11.11.3.6.c: English

coming of age

LA.11.11.3.6.d: English

relationship with nature

LA.11.11.3.6.e: English

relationship with society

LA.11.11.3.6.f: English

relationship with science

LA.11.11.3.6.g: English

alienation and isolation

LA.11.11.3.6.h: English

survival of the fittest

LA.11.11.3.6.i: English

disillusionment

LA.11.11.3.6.j: English

rebellion and protest

LA.11.11.3.7.a: English

rhetorical question

LA.11.11.3.7.b: English

sarcasm

LA.11.11.3.7.c: English

satire

LA.11.11.3.7.d: English

parallelism

LA.11.11.3.7.e: English

connotation/denotation

LA.11.11.3.7.f: English

pun

LA.11.11.3.7.g: English

irony

LA.11.11.3.8.a: English

literal and figurative language

LA.11.11.3.8.b: English

tone

LA.11.11.3.8.c: English

word choice (diction)

LA.11.11.3.8.d: English

dialect

LA.11.11.3.9: English

describe how the use of context and language structures conveys an author's intent and viewpoint.

LA.11.11.4.A: English

understand how to analyze informational material

LA.11.11.4.B: English

understand reading strategies and use those strategies to analyze text.

LA.11.11.4.1: English

analyze and use the basic vocabulary and concepts of informational texts in all disciplines

LA.11.11.4.2: English

develop effective applications, essays, résumés, and employment forms through simulations and real-life opportunities

LA.11.11.4.3: English

analyze key vocabulary, such as jargon, technical terms, and content-specific vocabulary

LA.11.11.4.4: English

know the purpose of the text they are to read and their own purpose in reading it

LA.11.11.4.5: English

identify main ideas and supporting details

LA.11.11.4.6: English

use format (page design and layout) to aid in understanding of text

LA.11.11.4.7: English

understand how an organizational pattern enhances the meaning of a text

LA.11.11.4.8: English

apply their knowledge of specific genres and forms to other texts

LA.11.11.4.9: English

make predictions about other texts

LA.11.11.4.10: English

analyze information from a text to draw conclusions.

LA.11.11.5.A: English

understand that classic poetry is poetry that has withstood the test of time, is written by recognized poets, and uses traditional elements.

LA.11.11.5.1.a: English

elevated language/style

LA.11.11.5.1.b: English

figurative language

LA.11.11.5.1.c: English

rhyme

LA.11.11.5.1.d: English

strong regularity in metrical patterns

LA.11.11.5.2.a: English

imagery

LA.11.11.5.2.b: English

precise word choice

LA.11.11.5.2.c: English

sound devices

LA.11.11.5.2.d: English

metrical patterns

LA.11.11.5.2.e: English

metaphorical/figurative language

LA.11.11.5.3: English

use poetic elements to explain, analyze, and evaluate poetry

LA.11.11.5.4: English

compare and contrast the subject matter, theme, form, language, and purpose of works of classic poets with those of contemporary poets

LA.11.11.5.5.a: English

Colonialism/Puritanism (17th century)

LA.11.11.5.5.b: English

Revolutionary movement/Rationalism (18th century)

LA.11.11.5.5.c: English

Romanticism, Transcendentalism, Regionalism, Realism, Naturalism (19th century)

LA.11.11.5.5.d: English

Symbolism/Modernism, Harlem Renaissance, Postmodernism (20th century)

LA.11.11.5.5.e: English

Contemporary poetry (21st century).

LA.11.11.6.A: English

understand dramatic conventions and devices used by playwrights to present ideas

LA.11.11.6.B: English

understand verbal, situational, and dramatic irony.

LA.11.11.6.1.a: English

stage directions

LA.11.11.6.1.b: English

soliloquy

LA.11.11.6.1.c: English

monologue

LA.11.11.6.1.d: English

aside

LA.11.11.6.1.e.1: English

verbal

LA.11.11.6.1.e.2: English

situational

LA.11.11.6.1.e.3: English

dramatic

LA.11.11.6.2: English

compare and evaluate adaptations and interpretations of a script for stage, film, or television.

LA.11.11.7.A: English

understand a writing process

LA.11.11.7.B: English

locate and select appropriate information that clearly supports a definite purpose and position

LA.11.11.7.C: English

understand that vocabulary is used to develop voice and tone for a specific audience, purpose, or situation.

LA.11.11.7.1: English

plan and organize ideas for writing

LA.11.11.7.2: English

develop a clear focus for writing

LA.11.11.7.3: English

understand a variety of organizational patterns

LA.11.11.7.4: English

elaborate ideas clearly and accurately

LA.11.11.7.5: English

use specific revision strategies and adapt content, vocabulary, voice, and tone to audience, purpose, and situation

LA.11.11.7.6: English

revise writing for accuracy and depth of information

LA.11.11.7.7: English

use MLA (Modern Language Association) or APA (American Psychological Association) style for documentation.

LA.11.11.8.A: English

understand and apply the rules of the MLA, APA, or other style manual in producing research projects

LA.11.11.8.B: English

understand verbals and verbal phrases and use them appropriately in writing

LA.11.11.8.C: English

use grammatical conventions to adjust sentence and paragraph structures for a variety of purposes and audiences.

LA.11.11.8.1: English

apply MLA or APA style for producing research projects.

LA.11.11.8.2.a: English

gerund

LA.11.11.8.2.b: English

infinitive

LA.11.11.8.2.c: English

participle

LA.11.11.8.3.a: English

gerund phrase

LA.11.11.8.3.b: English

infinitive phrase

LA.11.11.8.3.c: English

participial phrase

LA.11.11.8.3.d: English

absolute phrase.

LA.11.11.9.A: English

understand a writing process

LA.11.11.9.B: English

understand a variety of organizational patterns

LA.11.11.9.C: English

understand revision strategies

LA.11.11.9.D: English

understand how to adapt models of professional and personal correspondence for their own purposes

LA.11.11.9.E: English

understand how technology can be used to access, develop, and modify documents.

LA.11.11.9.1: English

apply a variety of planning strategies to generate and organize ideas

LA.11.11.9.2: English

present information in a logical manner

LA.11.11.9.3: English

revise writing for style and language

LA.11.11.9.4.a.1: English

letters of recommendation

LA.11.11.9.4.a.2: English

cover letters for résumés

LA.11.11.9.4.b: English

personal letters

LA.11.11.9.4.c: English

memos

LA.11.11.9.4.d: English

proposals

LA.11.11.9.4.e: English

résumes

LA.11.11.9.5: English

use technology to access, develop, and modify documents for professional and informational purposes.
Curriki Rating
On a scale of 0 to 3
3
On a scale of 0 to 3

This resource was reviewed using the Curriki Review rubric and received an overall Curriki Review System rating of 3, as of 2012-09-03.

Component Ratings:

Technical Completeness: 3
Content Accuracy: 3
Appropriate Pedagogy: 3

Reviewer Comments:

This resource is a collection of 19 games and activities. Many resources in this collection have been reviewed individually. Some of them have been created to supplement specific texts; others are designed to support general units of study which are readily usable and easily adaptable. The resources range from simulations to word games to strategies. This varied collection is a go to resource for a language arts games and activities.

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