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Lesson Plan

Description:

It contains resources from www.heavensmagic.org and "The U.T.O.P.I.A. Project. It was Created on October 1, 2011 The Feast Day of St. Therese of the Child Jesus

Laura Ann Osterman Founder and President Heaven’s Miraculous Angelic Giving Inspirational Child, Inc.

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Subjects:

  • Arts > General
  • Arts > Photography
  • Arts > Popular Culture
  • Education > General
  • Education > Classroom Management
  • Education > Early Childhood Education
  • Education > Education Administration/Leadership
  • Education > Multicultural Education
  • Educational Technology > General
  • Educational Technology > Integrating Technology into the Classroom
  • Language Arts > General
  • Language Arts > Listening & Speaking
  • Language Arts > Research
  • Language Arts > Vocabulary
  • Language Arts > Writing
  • Mathematics > General
  • Mathematics > Applied Mathematics
  • Mathematics > Data Analysis & Probability
  • Mathematics > Measurement
  • Mathematics > Patterns
  • Mathematics > Problem Solving
  • Mathematics > Statistics
  • Science > General
  • Science > Agriculture
  • Science > Earth Science
  • Science > Ecology
  • Science > Engineering
  • Science > General Science
  • Science > Technology
  • Social Studies > General
  • Social Studies > Economics
  • Social Studies > Entrepreneurship
  • Social Studies > Global Awareness
  • Social Studies > Religion
  • Social Studies > Sociology
  • Social Studies > Thinking & Problem Solving
  • World Languages > General
  • World Languages > Cultural Awareness
  • World Languages > Reading
  • World Languages > Speaking
  • World Languages > Vocabulary
  • World Languages > Writing

Education Levels:

  • Grade 1
  • Grade 2
  • Grade 3
  • Grade 4
  • Grade 5
  • K
  • Pre-K
  • Grade 6
  • Grade 7
  • Grade 8
  • Grade 9
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Professional Education & Development
  • Higher Education
  • Graduate
  • Undergraduate-Upper Division
  • Undergraduate-Lower Division
  • Special Education
  • Other

Keywords:

Service-Learning

Language:

English

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Update Standards?

WRI.K.1.1.PO 1: Writing

Generate ideas through class discussion.

WRI.K.1.1.PO 2: Writing

Draw a picture about ideas generated through class discussion.

WRI.K.1.2.PO 1: Writing

Communicate by drawing, telling, or writing for a purpose.

WRI.K.1.2.PO 2: Writing

Create a group draft, scripted by the teacher.

WRI.K.1.3.PO 1: Writing

Reread original draft scripted by teacher or individual.

WRI.K.1.3.PO 2: Writing

Add additional details with prompting.

WRI.K.1.4.PO 1: Writing

Review the draft for errors in conventions, with prompting.

WRI.K.1.5.PO 1: Writing

Share a finished piece of writing.

WRI.K.2.1.PO 1: Writing

Use pictures that convey meaning.

WRI.K.2.1.PO 2: Writing

Use pictures with imitative text, letters, or recognizable words to convey meaning.

WRI.K.2.1.PO 3: Writing

Use labels, captions, or picture descriptors to expand meaning.

WRI.K.2.2.PO 1: Writing

Show a clear sense of coordination between text and pictures (e.g., a reader can readily see that they go together).

WRI.K.2.2.PO 2: Writing

Consistently write left to right and top to bottom.

WRI.K.2.2.PO 3: Writing

Space appropriately between words with some degree of accuracy.

WRI.K.2.3.PO 1: Writing

Create pictures or text with distinctive personal style and originality.

WRI.K.2.4.PO 1: Writing

Select labels, captions, or descriptors to enhance pictures.

WRI.K.2.4.PO 2: Writing

Use words, labels, or short phrases that clearly go with picture text.

WRI.K.2.5.PO 1: Writing

Attempt simple sentences (some may be fragments).

WRI.K.2.6.PO 1.a: Writing

lower case

WRI.K.2.6.PO 1.b: Writing

upper case

WRI.K.2.6.PO 2: Writing

Distinguish between upper and lower case letters.

WRI.K.2.6.PO 3: Writing

Use capital letters to begin "important" words, although may be inconsistent or experimental.

WRI.K.2.6.PO 4: Writing

Use spaces between words.

WRI.K.2.6.PO 5: Writing

Write left to right and top to bottom.

WRI.K.2.6.PO 6: Writing

Use punctuation in writing, although may be inconsistent or experimental.

WRI.K.2.6.PO 7: Writing

Use knowledge of letter sound relationship to spell simple words with some consonants and few vowels (e.g., I lik t d nts. - I like to draw knights.)

WRI.K.2.6.PO 8: Writing

Use resources (e.g., environmental print, word wall) to spell correctly.

WRI.K.2.6.PO 9: Writing

Write own name on personal work.

WRI.K.3.1.PO 1: Writing

Create narratives by drawing, dictating, and/or emergent writing.

WRI.K.3.1.PO 2: Writing

Participate in writing simple poetry, rhymes, songs, or chants.

WRI.K.3.2.PO 1: Writing

Participate in creating expository texts (e.g., labels, lists, observations, journals, summaries) through drawing or writing.

WRI.K.3.3.PO 1: Writing

Participate in writing a variety of functional text (e.g., classroom rules, letters, experiments, recipes, notes/messages, labels, directions, posters, graphs/tables).

WRI.K.3.3.PO 2.a: Writing

friendly letters

WRI.K.3.3.PO 2.b: Writing

thank-you notes

WRI.K.3.5.PO 1.a: Writing

character(s)

WRI.K.3.5.PO 1.b: Writing

setting

WRI.K.3.5.PO 1.c: Writing

sequence of events

WRI.K.3.5.PO 2.a: Writing

text to self (personal connection)

WRI.K.3.5.PO 2.b: Writing

text to world (social connection)

WRI.K.3.5.PO 2.c: Writing

text to text (compare within multiple texts)

WRI.K.3.6.PO 1: Writing

Participate in a creating a simple class report where the teacher is the scribe.

WRI.1.1.1.PO 1: Writing

Generate ideas through prewriting activities (e.g., brainstorming, webbing, drawing, writer's notebook, group discussion).

WRI.1.1.1.PO 2: Writing

Draw a picture or storyboard about ideas generated.

WRI.1.1.1.PO 3: Writing

Organize ideas using simple webs, maps, or lists.

WRI.1.1.1.PO 4: Writing

Discuss the purpose for a writing piece.

WRI.1.1.1.PO 5: Writing

Discuss who the intended audience of a writing piece will be.

WRI.1.1.2.PO 1: Writing

Write a draft (e.g., story, caption, letter, observations, message).

WRI.1.1.3.PO 1: Writing

Reread original draft for clarity.

WRI.1.1.3.PO 2: Writing

Add additional details with prompting.

WRI.1.1.4.PO 1: Writing

Review the draft for errors in conventions, with prompting.

WRI.1.1.5.PO 1: Writing

Rewrite and illustrate selected pieces of writing for sharing with intended audience.

WRI.1.1.5.PO 2: Writing

Write legibly.

WRI.1.2.1.PO 1: Writing

Write stand-alone text that expresses a clear message.

WRI.1.2.1.PO 2: Writing

Incorporate details in pictures and text.

WRI.1.2.2.PO 1: Writing

Demonstrate sequencing or patterning in written text or storyboards.

WRI.1.2.2.PO 2: Writing

Show a sense of beginning (e.g., This is a story of..., One day..., My favorite food...).

WRI.1.2.2.PO 3: Writing

Write multiple sentences in an order that supports a main idea or story.

WRI.1.2.3.PO 1: Writing

Create pictures and text that is expressive, individualistic, engaging, and lively.

WRI.1.2.4.PO 1: Writing

Select words that convey a clear, general meaning.

WRI.1.2.4.PO 2: Writing

Use a variety of words, even if not spelled correctly, to convey the intended message.

WRI.1.2.4.PO 3: Writing

Use expressive or descriptive phrases and short sentences, beyond one- or two-word labels.

WRI.1.2.5.PO 1: Writing

Write simple sentences.

WRI.1.2.6.PO 1.a: Writing

spacing between words

WRI.1.2.6.PO 1.b: Writing

spacing between lines

WRI.1.2.6.PO 1.c: Writing

consistent left-right and up-down orientation

WRI.1.2.6.PO 1.d: Writing

placement of title

WRI.1.2.6.PO 2.a: Writing

the pronoun I

WRI.1.2.6.PO 2.b: Writing

the beginning of a sentence

WRI.1.2.6.PO 2.c: Writing

names

WRI.1.2.6.PO 3.a: Writing

periods

WRI.1.2.6.PO 3.b: Writing

question marks

WRI.1.2.6.PO 3.c: Writing

exclamation points

WRI.1.2.6.PO 4: Writing

Spell high-frequency words correctly.

WRI.1.2.6.PO 5: Writing

Use common spelling patterns (i.e., onset and rimes, word families, and simple CVC words) to spell words correctly.

WRI.1.2.6.PO 6: Writing

Use basic phonetic spelling of unfamiliar words to create readable text.

WRI.1.2.6.PO 7: Writing

Use resources (e.g., environmental print, word wall, dictionaries) to spell correctly.

WRI.1.2.6.PO 8: Writing

Use subject /verb agreement in simple sentences.

WRI.1.2.6.PO 9.a: Writing

nouns

WRI.1.2.6.PO 9.b: Writing

action verbs

WRI.1.2.6.PO 10: Writing

Write own name on personal work.

WRI.1.3.1.PO 1.a: Writing

a main idea based on real or imagined events

WRI.1.3.1.PO 1.b: Writing

character(s)

WRI.1.3.1.PO 1.c: Writing

a sequence of events

WRI.1.3.1.PO 2: Writing

Participate in writing simple poetry, rhymes, songs, or chants.

WRI.1.3.2.PO 1: Writing

Create expository texts (e.g., labels, lists, observations, journals) through drawing and/or writing.

WRI.1.3.2.PO 2: Writing

Participate in creating simple summaries from informational texts, graphs, tables, or maps.

WRI.1.3.3.PO 1: Writing

Write a variety of functional text (e.g., classroom rules, letters, experiments, recipes, notes/messages, labels, directions, posters, graphs/tables).

WRI.1.3.3.PO 2.a: Writing

friendly letters

WRI.1.3.3.PO 2.b: Writing

thank-you notes

WRI.1.3.5.PO 1.a: Writing

character(s)

WRI.1.3.5.PO 1.b: Writing

setting

WRI.1.3.5.PO 1.c: Writing

sequence of events

WRI.1.3.5.PO 1.d: Writing

main idea

WRI.1.3.5.PO 2.a: Writing

text to self (personal connection)

WRI.1.3.5.PO 2.b: Writing

text to world (social connection)

WRI.1.3.5.PO 2.c: Writing

text to text (compare within multiple texts)

WRI.1.3.6.PO 1: Writing

Write a simple report with a title and three facts, using informational sources.

WRI.2.1.1.PO 1: Writing

Generate ideas through prewriting activities (e.g., brainstorming, webbing, drawing, writer's notebook, group discussion).

WRI.2.1.1.PO 2: Writing

Determine the purpose (e.g., to entertain, to inform, to communicate) of a writing piece.

WRI.2.1.1.PO 3: Writing

Determine the intended audience of a writing piece.

WRI.2.1.1.PO 4: Writing

Maintain a record (e.g., list, picture, journal, folder, notebook) of writing ideas.

WRI.2.1.2.PO 1: Writing

Write a draft with supporting details.

WRI.2.1.2.PO 2: Writing

Organize details into a logical sequence.

WRI.2.1.3.PO 1: Writing

Reread original draft for clarity.

WRI.2.1.3.PO 2: Writing

Add additional relevant details for audience understanding.

WRI.2.1.3.PO 3: Writing

Evaluate the draft for use of one or more writing elements, with the assistance of teacher, peer, checklist, or rubric.

WRI.2.1.4.PO 1: Writing

Review the draft for errors in conventions.

WRI.2.1.4.PO 2: Writing

Use simple resources (e.g., word walls, primary dictionaries) to correct conventions.

WRI.2.1.5.PO 1: Writing

Rewrite and illustrate selected pieces of writing for sharing with intended audience.

WRI.2.1.5.PO 2: Writing

Write legibly.

WRI.2.2.1.PO 1: Writing

Write stand-alone text that expresses a clear message.

WRI.2.2.1.PO 2: Writing

Incorporate relevant details that give the text interest.

WRI.2.2.2.PO 1: Writing

Organize content in a selected format (e.g., friendly letter, narrative, expository text).

WRI.2.2.2.PO 2: Writing

Use beginning and concluding statements (other than simply "The End") in text.

WRI.2.2.2.PO 3: Writing

Use signal words (e.g., first, second, third; 1, 2, 3) to indicate the order of events or ideas.

WRI.2.2.2.PO 4: Writing

Use transitional words and phrases (e.g., next, then, so, but, while, after that, because) to connect ideas.

WRI.2.2.2.PO 5: Writing

Write multiple sentences that support a topic.

WRI.2.2.3.PO 1: Writing

Show awareness of the audience through word choice and style.

WRI.2.2.3.PO 2: Writing

Write text that is expressive, individualistic, engaging, and lively.

WRI.2.2.4.PO 1: Writing

Select words that convey the intended meaning and create a picture in the reader's mind.

WRI.2.2.4.PO 2: Writing

Use a variety of words, even if not spelled correctly, to convey the intended message.

WRI.2.2.4.PO 3: Writing

Use expressive or descriptive phrases and short sentences, beyond one- or two-word labels.

WRI.2.2.5.PO 1: Writing

Write simple sentences.

WRI.2.2.5.PO 2: Writing

Write sentences that flow together and sound natural when read aloud.

WRI.2.2.5.PO 3: Writing

Use a variety of sentence beginnings and lengths.

WRI.2.2.6.PO 1.a: Writing

the pronoun I

WRI.2.2.6.PO 1.b: Writing

the beginning of a sentence

WRI.2.2.6.PO 1.c: Writing

proper nouns (i.e., names, days, months)

WRI.2.2.6.PO 2.a: Writing

periods

WRI.2.2.6.PO 2.b: Writing

question marks

WRI.2.2.6.PO 2.c: Writing

exclamation points

WRI.2.2.6.PO 3.a: Writing

items in a series

WRI.2.2.6.PO 3.b: Writing

greetings and closings of letters

WRI.2.2.6.PO 3.c: Writing

dates

WRI.2.2.6.PO 4: Writing

Use a colon to punctuate time.

WRI.2.2.6.PO 5: Writing

Use apostrophes to correctly punctuate contractions.

WRI.2.2.6.PO 6: Writing

Spell high frequency words correctly.

WRI.2.2.6.PO 7.a: Writing

word families

WRI.2.2.6.PO 7.b: Writing

simple CVC words

WRI.2.2.6.PO 7.c: Writing

regular plurals

WRI.2.2.6.PO 7.d: Writing

simple prefixes

WRI.2.2.6.PO 7.e: Writing

simple suffixes

WRI.2.2.6.PO 8: Writing

Use phonetic spelling and syllabication to create readable text.

WRI.2.2.6.PO 9: Writing

Use resources (e.g., environmental print, word walls, dictionaries) to spell correctly.

WRI.2.2.6.PO 10.a: Writing

nouns

WRI.2.2.6.PO 10.b: Writing

action verbs

WRI.2.2.6.PO 10.c: Writing

personal pronouns

WRI.2.2.6.PO 10.d: Writing

adjectives

WRI.2.2.6.PO 11: Writing

Use subject/verb agreement in simple sentences.

WRI.2.2.6.PO 12: Writing

Write own name on personal work.

WRI.2.3.1.PO 1.a: Writing

a main idea based on real or imagined events

WRI.2.3.1.PO 1.b: Writing

character(s)

WRI.2.3.1.PO 1.c: Writing

a sequence of events

WRI.2.3.1.PO 2: Writing

Write simple poetry, rhymes, or chants.

WRI.2.3.2.PO 1: Writing

Write expository texts (e.g., labels, lists, observations, journals).

WRI.2.3.2.PO 2: Writing

Participate in creating simple summaries from informational texts, graphs, tables, or maps.

WRI.2.3.3.PO 1: Writing

Write a variety of functional text (e.g., classroom rules, letters, experiments, recipes, notes/messages, labels, directions, posters, graphs/tables).

WRI.2.3.3.PO 2.a: Writing

friendly letters

WRI.2.3.3.PO 2.b: Writing

thank-you notes

WRI.2.3.5.PO 1.a: Writing

character(s)

WRI.2.3.5.PO 1.b: Writing

setting

WRI.2.3.5.PO 1.c: Writing

sequence of events

WRI.2.3.5.PO 1.d: Writing

main idea

WRI.2.3.5.PO 1.e: Writing

problem/solution

WRI.2.3.5.PO 2.a: Writing

text to self (personal connection)

WRI.2.3.5.PO 2.b: Writing

text to world (social connection)

WRI.2.3.5.PO 2.c: Writing

text to text (compare within multiple texts)

WRI.2.3.6.PO 1.a: Writing

a title

WRI.2.3.6.PO 1.b: Writing

a main idea

WRI.2.3.6.PO 1.c: Writing

supporting details

WRI.3.1.1.PO 1: Writing

Generate ideas through a variety of activities (e.g., brainstorming, graphic organizers, drawing, writer's notebook, group discussion, printed material).

WRI.3.1.1.PO 2: Writing

Determine the purpose (e.g., to entertain, to inform, to communicate, to persuade) of a writing piece.

WRI.3.1.1.PO 3: Writing

Determine the intended audience of a writing piece.

WRI.3.1.1.PO 4: Writing

Use organizational strategies (e.g., graphic organizer, KWL chart, logs) to plan writing.

WRI.3.1.1.PO 5: Writing

Maintain a record (e.g., list, pictures, journal, folders, notebooks) of writing ideas.

WRI.3.1.1.PO 6: Writing

Use time-management strategies, when appropriate, to produce a writing product within a set time period.

WRI.3.1.2.PO 1: Writing

Use a prewriting plan to develop a draft with main idea(s) and supporting details.

WRI.3.1.2.PO 2: Writing

Organize writing into a logical sequence that is clear to the audience.

WRI.3.1.3.PO 1: Writing

Evaluate the draft for use of ideas and content, organization, voice, word choice, and sentence fluency.

WRI.3.1.3.PO 2: Writing

Add details to the draft to more effectively accomplish the purpose.

WRI.3.1.3.PO 3: Writing

Rearrange words, sentences, and paragraphs to clarify the meaning of the draft.

WRI.3.1.3.PO 4: Writing

Use a combination of sentence structures (i.e., simple, compound) to improve sentence fluency in the draft.

WRI.3.1.3.PO 5: Writing

Modify word choice appropriate to the application in order to enhance the writing.

WRI.3.1.3.PO 6: Writing

Apply appropriate tools or strategies (e.g., peer review, checklists, rubrics) to refine the draft.

WRI.3.1.3.PO 7: Writing

Use resources and reference materials to select more precise vocabulary.

WRI.3.1.4.PO 1: Writing

Identify punctuation, spelling, and grammar and usage errors in the draft.

WRI.3.1.4.PO 2: Writing

Use resources (e.g., dictionary, word lists, spelling/grammar checkers) to correct conventions.

WRI.3.1.4.PO 3: Writing

Apply proofreading marks to indicate errors in conventions, although may be inconsistent or experimental.

WRI.3.1.4.PO 4: Writing

Apply appropriate tools or strategies (e.g., peer review, checklists, rubrics) to edit the draft.

WRI.3.1.5.PO 1: Writing

Prepare writing in a format (e.g., oral presentation, manuscript, multimedia) appropriate to audience and purpose.

WRI.3.1.5.PO 2: Writing

Share the writing with the intended audience.

WRI.3.1.5.PO 3: Writing

Use margins and spacing to enhance the final product.

WRI.3.1.5.PO 4: Writing

Write legibly.

WRI.3.2.1.PO 1: Writing

Express ideas that are clear and directly related to the topic.

WRI.3.2.1.PO 2: Writing

Provide content and selected details that are well-suited to audience and purpose.

WRI.3.2.1.PO 3: Writing

Use relevant details to provide adequate support for the ideas.

WRI.3.2.2.PO 1: Writing

Organize content in a selected format (e.g., friendly letter, narrative, expository text).

WRI.3.2.2.PO 2: Writing

Create a beginning that captures the reader's interest.

WRI.3.2.2.PO 3: Writing

Place details appropriately to support the main idea.

WRI.3.2.2.PO 4: Writing

Use transitional words and phrases (e.g., next, then, so, but, while, after that, because) to connect ideas.

WRI.3.2.2.PO 5: Writing

Create an ending that provides a sense of resolution or closure.

WRI.3.2.2.PO 6: Writing

Construct a paragraph that groups sentences around a topic.

WRI.3.2.3.PO 1: Writing

Show awareness of the audience through word choice and style.

WRI.3.2.3.PO 2: Writing

Convey a sense of originality, sincerity, liveliness, or humor appropriate to topic and type of writing.

WRI.3.2.4.PO 1: Writing

Use a variety of specific and accurate words that effectively convey the intended message.

WRI.3.2.4.PO 2: Writing

Use descriptive words and phrases that energize the writing.

WRI.3.2.4.PO 3: Writing

Apply vocabulary and/or terminology appropriate to the type of writing.

WRI.3.2.4.PO 4: Writing

Use literal and figurative language in a variety of ways (e.g., imitating, creating new words, rhyming), although may be inconsistent or experimental.

WRI.3.2.5.PO 1: Writing

Write simple and compound sentences.

WRI.3.2.5.PO 2: Writing

Write sentences that flow together and sound natural when read aloud.

WRI.3.2.5.PO 3: Writing

Vary sentence beginnings, lengths, and patterns to enhance the flow of the writing.

WRI.3.2.6.PO 1.a: Writing

proper nouns (i.e., names, days, months)

WRI.3.2.6.PO 1.b: Writing

titles

WRI.3.2.6.PO 1.c: Writing

names of places

WRI.3.2.6.PO 1.d: Writing

abbreviations

WRI.3.2.6.PO 1.e: Writing

literary titles (i.e., book, story, poem)

WRI.3.2.6.PO 2.a: Writing

periods

WRI.3.2.6.PO 2.b: Writing

question marks

WRI.3.2.6.PO 2.c: Writing

exclamation points

WRI.3.2.6.PO 3.a: Writing

items in a series

WRI.3.2.6.PO 3.b: Writing

greetings and closings of letters

WRI.3.2.6.PO 3.c: Writing

dates

WRI.3.2.6.PO 4: Writing

Use quotation marks to punctuate dialogue, although may be inconsistent or experimental.

WRI.3.2.6.PO 5: Writing

Use a colon to punctuate time.

WRI.3.2.6.PO 6.a: Writing

contractions

WRI.3.2.6.PO 6.b: Writing

singular possessive

WRI.3.2.6.PO 7: Writing

Spell high-frequency words correctly.

WRI.3.2.6.PO 8.a: Writing

word families

WRI.3.2.6.PO 8.b: Writing

regular plurals

WRI.3.2.6.PO 8.c: Writing

r-controlled

WRI.3.2.6.PO 8.d: Writing

diphthong

WRI.3.2.6.PO 8.e: Writing

consonant digraphs

WRI.3.2.6.PO 8.f: Writing

CVC words

WRI.3.2.6.PO 8.g: Writing

CCVC

WRI.3.2.6.PO 8.h: Writing

CVCC

WRI.3.2.6.PO 8.i: Writing

affixes

WRI.3.2.6.PO 9: Writing

Spell simple homonyms correctly in context

WRI.3.2.6.PO 10: Writing

Use resources (e.g., dictionaries, word walls) to spell correctly.

WRI.3.2.6.PO 11.a: Writing

nouns

WRI.3.2.6.PO 11.b: Writing

action verbs

WRI.3.2.6.PO 11.c: Writing

personal pronouns

WRI.3.2.6.PO 11.d: Writing

adjectives

WRI.3.2.6.PO 12: Writing

Use subject/verb agreement in simple sentences.

WRI.3.3.1.PO 1.a: Writing

characters

WRI.3.3.1.PO 1.b: Writing

setting

WRI.3.3.1.PO 1.c: Writing

plot

WRI.3.3.1.PO 1.d: Writing

sensory details

WRI.3.3.1.PO 1.e: Writing

clear language

WRI.3.3.1.PO 1.f: Writing

logical sequence of events

WRI.3.3.1.PO 2.a: Writing

figurative language

WRI.3.3.1.PO 2.b: Writing

rhythm

WRI.3.3.1.PO 2.c: Writing

dialogue

WRI.3.3.1.PO 2.d: Writing

characterization

WRI.3.3.1.PO 2.e: Writing

plot

WRI.3.3.1.PO 2.f: Writing

appropriate format

WRI.3.3.2.PO 1: Writing

Record information (e.g., observations, notes, lists, charts, map labels and legends) related to the topic.

WRI.3.3.2.PO 2.a: Writing

a topic sentence

WRI.3.3.2.PO 2.b: Writing

supporting details

WRI.3.3.2.PO 2.c: Writing

relevant information

WRI.3.3.2.PO 3: Writing

Write in a variety of expository forms (e.g., summary, newspaper article, reflective paper, log, journal).

WRI.3.3.3.PO 1: Writing

Write a variety of functional text (e.g., directions, recipes, procedures, rubrics, labels, graphs/tables).

WRI.3.3.3.PO 2.a: Writing

thank-you notes

WRI.3.3.3.PO 2.b: Writing

friendly letters

WRI.3.3.3.PO 2.c: Writing

formal letters

WRI.3.3.3.PO 2.d: Writing

messages

WRI.3.3.3.PO 2.e: Writing

invitations

WRI.3.3.3.PO 3.a: Writing

an appropriate return address

WRI.3.3.3.PO 3.b: Writing

an appropriate recipient address

WRI.3.3.4.PO 1: Writing

Write persuasive text (e.g., advertisement, paragraph) that attempts to influence the reader.

WRI.3.3.5.PO 1: Writing

Write a reflection to a literature selection (e.g., journal entry, book review).

WRI.3.3.5.PO 2.a: Writing

main idea

WRI.3.3.5.PO 2.b: Writing

character(s)

WRI.3.3.5.PO 2.c: Writing

setting

WRI.3.3.5.PO 2.d: Writing

sequence of events

WRI.3.3.5.PO 2.e: Writing

problem/solution

WRI.3.3.5.PO 3.a: Writing

text to self (personal connection)

WRI.3.3.5.PO 3.b: Writing

text to world (social connection)

WRI.3.3.5.PO 3.c: Writing

text to text (compare within multiple texts)

WRI.3.3.6.PO 1: Writing

Paraphrase information from at least one source (e.g., Internet, reference materials).

WRI.3.3.6.PO 2: Writing

Organize notes in a meaningful sequence.

WRI.3.3.6.PO 3: Writing

Write an informational report that includes main idea(s) and relevant details.

WRI.4.1.1.PO 1: Writing

Generate ideas through a variety of activities (e.g., brainstorming, graphic organizers, drawing, writer's notebook, group discussion, printed material).

WRI.4.1.1.PO 2: Writing

Determine the purpose (e.g., to entertain, to inform, to communicate, to persuade) of a writing piece.

WRI.4.1.1.PO 3: Writing

Determine the intended audience of a writing piece.

WRI.4.1.1.PO 4: Writing

Use organizational strategies (e.g., graphic organizer, KWL chart, log) to plan writing.

WRI.4.1.1.PO 5: Writing

Maintain a record (e.g., list, pictures, journal, folder, notebook) of writing ideas.

WRI.4.1.1.PO 6: Writing

Use time-management strategies, when appropriate, to produce a writing product within a set time period.

WRI.4.1.2.PO 1: Writing

Use a prewriting plan to develop a draft with main idea(s) and supporting details.

WRI.4.1.2.PO 2: Writing

Organize writing into a logical sequence that is clear to the audience.

WRI.4.1.3.PO 1: Writing

Evaluate the draft for use of ideas and content, organization, voice, word choice, and sentence fluency.

WRI.4.1.3.PO 2: Writing

Add details to the draft to more effectively accomplish the purpose.

WRI.4.1.3.PO 3: Writing

Rearrange words, sentences, and paragraphs to clarify the meaning of the draft.

WRI.4.1.3.PO 4: Writing

Use a combination of sentence structures (i.e., simple, compound) to improve sentence fluency in the draft.

WRI.4.1.3.PO 5: Writing

Modify word choice appropriate to the application in order to enhance the writing.

WRI.4.1.3.PO 6: Writing

Apply appropriate tools or strategies (e.g., peer review, checklists, rubrics) to refine the draft.

WRI.4.1.3.PO 7: Writing

Use resources and reference materials to select more precise vocabulary.

WRI.4.1.4.PO 1: Writing

Identify punctuation, spelling, and grammar and usage errors in the draft.

WRI.4.1.4.PO 2: Writing

Use resources (e.g., dictionary, word lists, spelling/grammar checkers) to correct conventions.

WRI.4.1.4.PO 3: Writing

Apply proofreading marks to indicate errors in conventions.

WRI.4.1.4.PO 4: Writing

Apply appropriate tools (e.g., peer review, checklists, rubrics) to edit the draft.

WRI.4.1.5.PO 1: Writing

Prepare writing in a format (e.g., oral presentation, manuscript, multimedia) appropriate to audience and purpose.

WRI.4.1.5.PO 2: Writing

Share the writing with the intended audience.

WRI.4.1.5.PO 3: Writing

Use margins and spacing to enhance the final product.

WRI.4.1.5.PO 4: Writing

Write legibly.

WRI.4.2.1.PO 1: Writing

Express ideas that are clear and directly related to the topic.

WRI.4.2.1.PO 2: Writing

Provide content and selected details that are well-suited to audience and purpose.

WRI.4.2.1.PO 3: Writing

Use relevant details to provide adequate support for the ideas.

WRI.4.2.2.PO 1: Writing

Use a structure that fits the type of writing (e.g., letter format, narrative, lines of poetry).

WRI.4.2.2.PO 2: Writing

Create a beginning that captures the reader's interest.

WRI.4.2.2.PO 3: Writing

Place details appropriately to support the main idea.

WRI.4.2.2.PO 4: Writing

Use a variety of transitional words that creates smooth connections between ideas.

WRI.4.2.2.PO 5: Writing

Create an ending that provides a sense of resolution or closure.

WRI.4.2.2.PO 6: Writing

Construct a paragraph that groups sentences around a topic.

WRI.4.2.3.PO 1: Writing

Show awareness of the audience through word choice and style.

WRI.4.2.3.PO 2: Writing

Convey a sense of originality, sincerity, liveliness, or humor appropriate to topic and type of writing.

WRI.4.2.4.PO 1: Writing

Use a variety of specific and accurate words that effectively convey the intended message.

WRI.4.2.4.PO 2: Writing

Use descriptive words and phrases that energize the writing.

WRI.4.2.4.PO 3: Writing

Apply vocabulary and/or terminology appropriate to the type of writing.

WRI.4.2.4.PO 4: Writing

Use literal and figurative language in a variety of ways (e.g., imitating, creating new words, rhyming), although may be inconsistent or experimental.

WRI.4.2.5.PO 1: Writing

Write simple and compound sentences.

WRI.4.2.5.PO 2: Writing

Write sentences that flow together and sound natural when read aloud.

WRI.4.2.5.PO 3: Writing

Vary sentence beginnings, lengths, and patterns to enhance the flow of the writing.

WRI.4.2.5.PO 4: Writing

Use effective and natural dialogue when appropriate.

WRI.4.2.6.PO 1.a: Writing

proper nouns (i.e., names, days, months)

WRI.4.2.6.PO 1.b: Writing

titles

WRI.4.2.6.PO 1.c: Writing

names of place

WRI.4.2.6.PO 1.d: Writing

abbreviations

WRI.4.2.6.PO 1.e: Writing

literary titles (i.e., book, story, poem)

WRI.4.2.6.PO 2.a: Writing

periods

WRI.4.2.6.PO 2.b: Writing

question marks

WRI.4.2.6.PO 2.c: Writing

exclamation points

WRI.4.2.6.PO 3.a: Writing

items in a series

WRI.4.2.6.PO 3.b: Writing

greetings and closings of letters

WRI.4.2.6.PO 3.c: Writing

dates

WRI.4.2.6.PO 3.d: Writing

introductory words

WRI.4.2.6.PO 4.a: Writing

dialogue (although may be inconsistent or experimental)

WRI.4.2.6.PO 4.b: Writing

titles

WRI.4.2.6.PO 5: Writing

Use a colon to punctuate time.

WRI.4.2.6.PO 6.a: Writing

contractions

WRI.4.2.6.PO 6.b: Writing

singular possessive

WRI.4.2.6.PO 7: Writing

Spell high-frequency words correctly.

WRI.4.2.6.PO 8.a: Writing

r-controlled

WRI.4.2.6.PO 8.b: Writing

diphthong

WRI.4.2.6.PO 8.c: Writing

vowel digraphs

WRI.4.2.6.PO 8.d: Writing

CVC words

WRI.4.2.6.PO 8.e: Writing

CCVC

WRI.4.2.6.PO 8.f: Writing

CVCC

WRI.4.2.6.PO 8.g: Writing

silent e

WRI.4.2.6.PO 8.h: Writing

irregular plurals

WRI.4.2.6.PO 8.i: Writing

affixes

WRI.4.2.6.PO 9: Writing

Spell simple homonyms correctly in context.

WRI.4.2.6.PO 10: Writing

Use resources (e.g., dictionaries, word walls) to spell correctly.

WRI.4.2.6.PO 11: Writing

Use paragraph breaks to indicate an organizational structure.

WRI.4.2.6.PO 12.a: Writing

nouns

WRI.4.2.6.PO 12.b: Writing

action verbs

WRI.4.2.6.PO 12.c: Writing

personal pronouns

WRI.4.2.6.PO 12.d: Writing

adjectives

WRI.4.2.6.PO 12.e: Writing

conjunctions

WRI.4.2.6.PO 13: Writing

Use subject/verb agreement in simple and compound sentences.

WRI.4.3.1.PO 1.a: Writing

characters

WRI.4.3.1.PO 1.b: Writing

setting

WRI.4.3.1.PO 1.c: Writing

plot

WRI.4.3.1.PO 1.d: Writing

sensory details

WRI.4.3.1.PO 1.e: Writing

clear language

WRI.4.3.1.PO 1.f: Writing

logical sequence of events

WRI.4.3.1.PO 2.a: Writing

figurative language

WRI.4.3.1.PO 2.b: Writing

rhythm

WRI.4.3.1.PO 2.c: Writing

dialogue

WRI.4.3.1.PO 2.d: Writing

characterization

WRI.4.3.1.PO 2.e: Writing

plot

WRI.4.3.1.PO 2.f: Writing

appropriate format

WRI.4.3.2.PO 1: Writing

Record information (e.g., observations, notes, lists, charts, map labels and legends) related to the topic.

WRI.4.3.2.PO 2.a: Writing

a topic sentence

WRI.4.3.2.PO 2.b: Writing

supporting details

WRI.4.3.2.PO 2.c: Writing

relevant information

WRI.4.3.2.PO 3: Writing

Write in a variety of expository forms (e.g., essay, summary, newspaper article, reflective paper, log, journal).

WRI.4.3.3.PO 1: Writing

Write a variety of functional text (e.g., directions, recipes, procedures, rubrics, labels, graphs/tables).

WRI.4.3.3.PO 2.a: Writing

thank-you notes

WRI.4.3.3.PO 2.b: Writing

friendly letters

WRI.4.3.3.PO 2.c: Writing

formal letters

WRI.4.3.3.PO 2.d: Writing

messages

WRI.4.3.3.PO 2.e: Writing

invitations

WRI.4.3.3.PO 3.a: Writing

an appropriate return address

WRI.4.3.3.PO 3.b: Writing

an appropriate recipient address

WRI.4.3.4.PO 1: Writing

Write persuasive text (e.g., advertisement, paragraph) that attempts to influence the reader.

WRI.4.3.5.PO 1: Writing

Write a reflection to a literature selection (e.g., journal entry, book review).

WRI.4.3.5.PO 2.a: Writing

main idea

WRI.4.3.5.PO 2.b: Writing

character(s)

WRI.4.3.5.PO 2.c: Writing

setting

WRI.4.3.5.PO 2.d: Writing

sequence of events

WRI.4.3.5.PO 2.e: Writing

conflict/resolution

WRI.4.3.5.PO 3.a: Writing

evidence from the text

WRI.4.3.5.PO 3.b: Writing

personal experience

WRI.4.3.5.PO 3.c: Writing

comparison to other text/media

WRI.4.3.6.PO 1: Writing

Paraphrase information from a variety of sources (e.g., Internet, reference materials).

WRI.4.3.6.PO 2: Writing

Organize notes in a meaningful sequence.

WRI.4.3.6.PO 3: Writing

Write an informational report that includes main ideas and relevant details.

WRI.5.1.1.PO 1: Writing

Generate ideas through a variety of activities (e.g., brainstorming, graphic organizers, drawing, writer's notebook, group discussion, printed material).

WRI.5.1.1.PO 2: Writing

Determine the purpose (e.g., to entertain, to inform, to communicate, to persuade) of a writing piece.

WRI.5.1.1.PO 3: Writing

Determine the intended audience of a writing piece.

WRI.5.1.1.PO 4: Writing

Use organizational strategies (e.g., graphic organizer, KWL chart, log) to plan writing.

WRI.5.1.1.PO 5: Writing

Maintain a record (e.g., list, pictures, journal, folder, notebook) of writing ideas.

WRI.5.1.1.PO 6: Writing

Use time-management strategies, when appropriate, to produce a writing product within a set time period.

WRI.5.1.2.PO 1: Writing

Use a prewriting plan to develop a draft with main idea(s) and supporting details.

WRI.5.1.2.PO 2: Writing

Organize writing into a logical sequence that is clear to the audience.

WRI.5.1.3.PO 1: Writing

Evaluate the draft for use of ideas and content, organization, voice, word choice, and sentence fluency.

WRI.5.1.3.PO 2: Writing

Add details to the draft to more effectively accomplish the purpose.

WRI.5.1.3.PO 3: Writing

Rearrange words, sentences, and paragraphs to clarify the meaning of the draft.

WRI.5.1.3.PO 4: Writing

Use a combination of sentence structures (i.e., simple, compound) to improve in the draft.

WRI.5.1.3.PO 5: Writing

Modify word choice appropriate to the application in order to enhance the writing.

WRI.5.1.3.PO 6: Writing

Apply appropriate tools or strategies (e.g., peer review, checklists, rubrics) to refine the draft.

WRI.5.1.3.PO 7: Writing

Use resources and reference materials to select more precise vocabulary.

WRI.5.1.4.PO 1: Writing

Identify punctuation, spelling, and grammar and usage errors in the draft.

WRI.5.1.4.PO 2: Writing

Use resources (e.g., dictionary, word lists, spelling/grammar checkers) to correct conventions.

WRI.5.1.4.PO 3: Writing

Apply proofreading marks to indicate errors in conventions.

WRI.5.1.4.PO 4: Writing

Apply appropriate tools or strategies (e.g., peer review, checklists, rubrics) to edit the draft.

WRI.5.1.5.PO 1: Writing

Prepare writing in a format (e.g., oral presentation, manuscript, multimedia) appropriate to audience and purpose.

WRI.5.1.5.PO 2: Writing

Share the writing with the intended audience.

WRI.5.1.5.PO 3: Writing

Use margins and spacing to enhance the final product.

WRI.5.1.5.PO 4: Writing

Write legibly.

WRI.5.2.1.PO 1: Writing

Express ideas that are clear and directly related to the topic.

WRI.5.2.1.PO 2: Writing

Provide content and selected details that are well-suited to audience and purpose.

WRI.5.2.1.PO 3: Writing

Use relevant details to provide adequate support for the ideas.

WRI.5.2.2.PO 1: Writing

Use a structure that fits the type of writing (e.g., letter format, narrative, lines of poetry).

WRI.5.2.2.PO 2: Writing

Create a beginning that captures the reader's interest.

WRI.5.2.2.PO 3: Writing

Place details appropriately to support the main idea.

WRI.5.2.2.PO 4: Writing

Use a variety of words or phrases that creates smooth and effective transitions.

WRI.5.2.2.PO 5: Writing

Create an ending that provides a sense of resolution or closure.

WRI.5.2.2.PO 6: Writing

Construct a paragraph that groups sentences around a topic.

WRI.5.2.3.PO1: Writing

Show awareness of the audience through word choice and style.

WRI.5.2.3.PO 2: Writing

Convey a sense of originality, sincerity, liveliness, or humor appropriate to topic and mode.

WRI.5.2.3.PO 3: Writing

Use language appropriate for topic and purpose.

WRI.5.2.4.PO 1: Writing

Use a variety of specific and accurate words that effectively convey the intended message.

WRI.5.2.4.PO 2: Writing

Use descriptive words and phrases that energize the writing.

WRI.5.2.4.PO 3: Writing

Apply vocabulary and/or terminology appropriate to the type of writing.

WRI.5.2.4.PO 4: Writing

Use literal and figurative language where appropriate to purpose.

WRI.5.2.5.PO 1: Writing

Write simple and compound sentences.

WRI.5.2.5.PO 2: Writing

Write sentences that flow together and sound natural when read aloud.

WRI.5.2.5.PO 3: Writing

Vary sentence beginnings, lengths, and patterns to enhance the flow of the writing.

WRI.5.2.5.PO 4: Writing

Use effective and natural dialogue when appropriate.

WRI.5.2.6.PO 1.a.1: Writing

place names

WRI.5.2.6.PO 1.a.2: Writing

holidays

WRI.5.2.6.PO 1.a.3: Writing

languages

WRI.5.2.6.PO 1.a.4: Writing

historical events

WRI.5.2.6.PO 1.a.5: Writing

organizations

WRI.5.2.6.PO 1.b: Writing

literary titles (i.e., book, story, poem, play, song)

WRI.5.2.6.PO 1.c: Writing

titles

WRI.5.2.6.PO 1.d: Writing

abbreviations

WRI.5.2.6.PO 1.e: Writing

words used as names (e.g., Mother, Uncle Jim)

WRI.5.2.6.PO 2.a: Writing

periods

WRI.5.2.6.PO 2.b: Writing

question marks

WRI.5.2.6.PO 2.c: Writing

exclamation points

WRI.5.2.6.PO 3.a: Writing

items in a series

WRI.5.2.6.PO 3.b: Writing

greetings and closings of letters

WRI.5.2.6.PO 3.c: Writing

dates

WRI.5.2.6.PO 3.d: Writing

introductory words

WRI.5.2.6.PO 3.e: Writing

dialogue

WRI.5.2.6.PO 3.f: Writing

direct address

WRI.5.2.6.PO 4.a: Writing

simple dialogue

WRI.5.2.6.PO 4.b: Writing

titles

WRI.5.2.6.PO 5.a: Writing

time

WRI.5.2.6.PO 5.b: Writing

business letter salutations

WRI.5.2.6.PO 6.a: Writing

contractions

WRI.5.2.6.PO 6.b: Writing

singular possessive

WRI.5.2.6.PO 7: Writing

Spell high-frequency words correctly.

WRI.5.2.6.PO 8.a: Writing

irregular plurals

WRI.5.2.6.PO 8.b: Writing

silent e

WRI.5.2.6.PO 8.c: Writing

i before e

WRI.5.2.6.PO 8.d: Writing

words ending in -y

WRI.5.2.6.PO 8.e: Writing

doubling final consonant

WRI.5.2.6.PO 9: Writing

Spell homonyms correctly in context.

WRI.5.2.6.PO 10: Writing

Use resources (e.g., dictionaries, word walls) to spell correctly.

WRI.5.2.6.PO 11: Writing

Use paragraph breaks to indicate an organizational structure.

WRI.5.2.6.PO 12.a: Writing

nouns

WRI.5.2.6.PO 12.b: Writing

action verbs

WRI.5.2.6.PO 12.c: Writing

personal pronouns

WRI.5.2.6.PO 12.d: Writing

conjunctions

WRI.5.2.6.PO 12.e: Writing

adverbs

WRI.5.2.6.PO 13: Writing

Use subject/verb agreement in simple and compound sentences.

WRI.5.3.1.PO 1.a: Writing

characters

WRI.5.3.1.PO 1.b: Writing

setting

WRI.5.3.1.PO 1.c: Writing

plot

WRI.5.3.1.PO 1.d: Writing

sensory details

WRI.5.3.1.PO 1.e: Writing

clear language

WRI.5.3.1.PO 1.f: Writing

logical sequence of events

WRI.5.3.1.PO 2.a: Writing

figurative language

WRI.5.3.1.PO 2.b: Writing

rhythm

WRI.5.3.1.PO 2.c: Writing

dialogue

WRI.5.3.1.PO 2.d: Writing

characterization

WRI.5.3.1.PO 2.e: Writing

a plot

WRI.5.3.1.PO 2.f: Writing

appropriate format

WRI.5.3.2.PO 1: Writing

Record information (e.g., observations, notes, lists, charts, map labels and legends) related to the topic.

WRI.5.3.2.PO 2.a: Writing

a topic sentence

WRI.5.3.2.PO 2.b: Writing

supporting details

WRI.5.3.2.PO 2.c: Writing

relevant information

WRI.5.3.2.PO 3: Writing

Write in a variety of expository forms (e.g., essay, summary, newspaper article, reflective paper, log, journal).

WRI.5.3.3.PO 1: Writing

Write a variety of functional text (e.g., directions, recipes, procedures, rubrics, labels, graphs/tables).

WRI.5.3.3.PO 2.a: Writing

thank-you notes

WRI.5.3.3.PO 2.b: Writing

friendly letters

WRI.5.3.3.PO 2.c: Writing

formal letters

WRI.5.3.3.PO 2.d: Writing

messages

WRI.5.3.3.PO 2.e: Writing

invitations

WRI.5.3.3.PO 3.a: Writing

an appropriate return address

WRI.5.3.3.PO 3.b: Writing

an appropriate recipient address

WRI.5.3.4.PO 1: Writing

Write persuasive text (e.g., advertisement, paragraphs) that attempts to influence the reader.

WRI.5.3.5.PO 1: Writing

Write a reflection to a literature selection (e.g., journal entry, book review).

WRI.5.3.5.PO 2.a: Writing

main idea

WRI.5.3.5.PO 2.b: Writing

character(s)

WRI.5.3.5.PO 2.c: Writing

setting

WRI.5.3.5.PO 2.d: Writing

sequence of events

WRI.5.3.5.PO 2.e: Writing

conflict/resolution

WRI.5.3.5.PO 3.a: Writing

evidence from the text

WRI.5.3.5.PO 3.b: Writing

personal experience

WRI.5.3.5.PO 3.c: Writing

comparison to other text/media

WRI.5.3.6.PO 1: Writing

Paraphrase information from a variety of sources (e.g., Internet, reference materials).

WRI.5.3.6.PO 2: Writing

Organize notes in a meaningful sequence.

WRI.5.3.6.PO 3: Writing

Write an informational report that includes main ideas and relevant details.

WRI.6.1.1.PO 1: Writing

Generate ideas through a variety of activities (e.g., prior knowledge, discussion with others, printed material or other sources).

WRI.6.1.1.PO 2: Writing

Determine the purpose (e.g., to entertain, to inform, to communicate, to persuade, to explain) of an intended writing piece.

WRI.6.1.1.PO 3: Writing

Determine the intended audience of a writing piece.

WRI.6.1.1.PO 4: Writing

Establish a central idea appropriate to the type of writing.

WRI.6.1.1.PO 5: Writing

Use organizational strategies (e.g., outline, chart, table, graph, Venn Diagram, web, story map, plot pyramid) to plan writing.

WRI.6.1.1.PO 6: Writing

Maintain a record (e.g., list, journal, folder, notebook) of writing ideas.

WRI.6.1.1.PO 7: Writing

Use time-management strategies, when appropriate, to produce a writing product within a set time period.

WRI.6.1.2.PO 1: Writing

Use a prewriting plan to develop a draft with main idea(s) and supporting details.

WRI.6.1.2.PO 2: Writing

Organize writing into a logical sequence that is clear to the audience.

WRI.6.1.3.PO 1: Writing

Evaluate the draft for use of ideas and content, organization, voice, word choice, and sentence fluency.

WRI.6.1.3.PO 2: Writing

Add details to the draft to more effectively accomplish the purpose.

WRI.6.1.3.PO 3: Writing

Delete irrelevant and/or redundant information from the draft to more effectively accomplish the purpose.

WRI.6.1.3.PO 4: Writing

Rearrange words, sentences, and paragraphs to clarify the meaning or to enhance the writing style.

WRI.6.1.3.PO 5: Writing

Add transitional words, phrases, and/or sentences to clarify meaning or enhance the writing style.

WRI.6.1.3.PO 6: Writing

Use a variety of sentence structures (i.e., simple, compound) to improve sentence fluency in the draft.

WRI.6.1.3.PO 7: Writing

Apply appropriate tools or strategies (e.g., peer review, checklists, rubrics) to refine the draft.

WRI.6.1.3.PO 8: Writing

Use resources and reference materials to select more precise vocabulary.

WRI.6.1.4.PO 1: Writing

Identify punctuation, spelling, and grammar and usage errors in the draft.

WRI.6.1.4.PO 2: Writing

Use resources (e.g., dictionary, word lists, spelling/grammar checkers) to correct conventions.

WRI.6.1.4.PO 3: Writing

Apply proofreading marks to indicate errors in conventions.

WRI.6.1.4.PO 4: Writing

Apply appropriate tools or strategies (e.g., peer review, checklists, rubrics) to edit the draft.

WRI.6.1.5.PO 1: Writing

Prepare writing in a format (e.g., oral presentation, manuscript, multimedia) appropriate to audience and purpose.

WRI.6.1.5.PO 2: Writing

Use margins and spacing to enhance the final product.

WRI.6.1.5.PO 3: Writing

Use graphics (e.g., drawings, charts, graphs), when applicable, to enhance the final product.

WRI.6.1.5.PO 4: Writing

Write legibly.

WRI.6.2.1.PO 1: Writing

Use clear, focused ideas and details to support the topic.

WRI.6.2.1.PO 2: Writing

Provide content and selected details that are well-suited to audience and purpose.

WRI.6.2.1.PO 3: Writing

Develop a sufficient explanation or exploration of the topic.

WRI.6.2.1.PO 4: Writing

Include ideas and details that show original perspective.

WRI.6.2.2.PO 1: Writing

Use a structure that fits the type of writing (e.g., letter format, narrative, play, essay).

WRI.6.2.2.PO 2: Writing

Develop a strong beginning or introduction that draws in the reader.

WRI.6.2.2.PO 3: Writing

Place details appropriately to support the main idea.

WRI.6.2.2.PO 4: Writing

Include effective transitions among all elements (sentences, paragraphs, ideas).

WRI.6.2.2.PO 5: Writing

Construct paragraphs by arranging sentences with an organizing principle (e.g., to develop a topic, to indicate a chronology).

WRI.6.2.2.PO 6: Writing

Create an ending that provides a sense of resolution or closure.

WRI.6.2.3.PO 1: Writing

Show awareness of the audience through word choice and style.

WRI.6.2.3.PO 2: Writing

Convey a sense of identity through originality, sincerity, liveliness, or humor appropriate to the topic and type of writing.

WRI.6.2.3.PO 3: Writing

Use language appropriate for the topic and purpose.

WRI.6.2.3.PO 4: Writing

Choose appropriate voice (e.g., formal, informal) for the audience and purpose.

WRI.6.2.4.PO 1: Writing

Use accurate, specific, powerful words that effectively convey the intended message.

WRI.6.2.4.PO 2: Writing

Use words and phrases that consistently support style and type of writing.

WRI.6.2.4.PO 3: Writing

Use vocabulary that is original, varied, and natural.

WRI.6.2.4.PO 4: Writing

Use literal and figurative language when appropriate to purpose.

WRI.6.2.5.PO 1: Writing

Write simple and compound sentences.

WRI.6.2.5.PO 2: Writing

Write sentences that flow together and sound natural when read aloud.

WRI.6.2.5.PO 3: Writing

Vary sentence beginnings, lengths, and patterns to enhance the flow of the writing.

WRI.6.2.5.PO 4: Writing

Use effective and natural dialogue when appropriate.

WRI.6.2.6.PO 1.a.1: Writing

holidays

WRI.6.2.6.PO 1.a.2: Writing

product names

WRI.6.2.6.PO 1.a.3: Writing

languages

WRI.6.2.6.PO 1.a.4: Writing

historical events

WRI.6.2.6.PO 1.a.5: Writing

organizations

WRI.6.2.6.PO 1.a.6: Writing

academic courses (e.g., algebra/Algebra I)

WRI.6.2.6.PO 1.a.7: Writing

place

WRI.6.2.6.PO 1.a.8: Writing

regional names (e.g., West Coast)

WRI.6.2.6.PO 1.b: Writing

words used as names (e.g., Grandpa, Aunt Lyn)

WRI.6.2.6.PO 1.c: Writing

literary titles (i.e., story, poem, play, song)

WRI.6.2.6.PO 1.d: Writing

titles

WRI.6.2.6.PO 1.e: Writing

abbreviations

WRI.6.2.6.PO 1.f: Writing

proper adjectives

WRI.6.2.6.PO 2.a: Writing

items in a series

WRI.6.2.6.PO 2.b: Writing

greetings and closings of letters

WRI.6.2.6.PO 2.c: Writing

introductory words

WRI.6.2.6.PO 2.d: Writing

direct address

WRI.6.2.6.PO 2.e: Writing

interrupters

WRI.6.2.6.PO 2.f: Writing

compound sentences

WRI.6.2.6.PO 3.a: Writing

dialogue

WRI.6.2.6.PO 3.b: Writing

titles of short works (e.g., chapter, story, article, song, poem)

WRI.6.2.6.PO 3.c: Writing

exact words from sources

WRI.6.2.6.PO 4: Writing

Use italics (in typed copy) and underlining (in handwriting) to indicate titles of longer works (e.g., books, plays, magazines, movies, TV series).

WRI.6.2.6.PO 5: Writing

Use colons to punctuate business letter salutations.

WRI.6.2.6.PO 6.a: Writing

contractions

WRI.6.2.6.PO 6.b: Writing

singular possessive

WRI.6.2.6.PO 7: Writing

Spell high-frequency words correctly.

WRI.6.2.6.PO 8: Writing

Use common spelling patterns/ generalizations to spell words correctly.

WRI.6.2.6.PO 9: Writing

Use homonyms correctly in context.

WRI.6.2.6.PO 10: Writing

Use resources to spell correctly.

WRI.6.2.6.PO 11: Writing

Use paragraph breaks to indicate an organizational structure.

WRI.6.2.6.PO. 12.a: Writing

nouns

WRI.6.2.6.PO. 12.b: Writing

action/linking verbs

WRI.6.2.6.PO. 12.c: Writing

personal pronouns

WRI.6.2.6.PO. 12.d: Writing

adjectives

WRI.6.2.6.PO. 12.e: Writing

adverbs

WRI.6.2.6.PO. 12.f: Writing

conjunctions

WRI.6.2.6.PO. 12.g: Writing

prepositions

WRI.6.2.6.PO. 12.h: Writing

interjections

WRI.6.2.6.PO 13: Writing

Use subject/verb agreement in simple and compound sentences.

WRI.6.3.1.PO 1.a: Writing

an engaging plot based on imagined or real ideas, observations, or memories of an event or experience

WRI.6.3.1.PO 1.b: Writing

effectively developed characters

WRI.6.3.1.PO 1.c: Writing

a clearly described setting

WRI.6.3.1.PO 1.d: Writing

dialogue, as appropriate

WRI.6.3.1.PO 1.e: Writing

figurative language, or descriptive words and phrases to enhance style and tone.

WRI.6.3.1.PO 2.a: Writing

figurative language

WRI.6.3.1.PO 2.b: Writing

rhythm

WRI.6.3.1.PO 2.c: Writing

dialogue

WRI.6.3.1.PO 2.d: Writing

characterization

WRI.6.3.1.PO 2.e: Writing

plot

WRI.6.3.1.PO 2.f: Writing

appropriate format

WRI.6.3.2.PO 1: Writing

Record information (e.g., observations, notes, lists, charts, map labels and legends) related to the topic.

WRI.6.3.2.PO 2.a: Writing

a topic sentence

WRI.6.3.2.PO 2.b: Writing

supporting details

WRI.6.3.2.PO 2.c: Writing

relevant information

WRI.6.3.2.PO 3.a: Writing

a thesis statement

WRI.6.3.2.PO 3.b: Writing

supporting details

WRI.6.3.2.PO 3.c: Writing

introductory, body, and concluding paragraphs

WRI.6.3.3.PO 1: Writing

Write a variety of functional texts (e.g., directions, recipes, procedures, rubrics, labels, posters, graphs/tables).

WRI.6.3.3.PO 2.a: Writing

heading

WRI.6.3.3.PO 2.b: Writing

salutation

WRI.6.3.3.PO 2.c: Writing

body

WRI.6.3.3.PO 2.d: Writing

closing

WRI.6.3.3.PO 2.e: Writing

signature

WRI.6.3.3.PO 3: Writing

Write a formal letter that follows a conventional business letter format.

WRI.6.3.3.PO 4.a: Writing

an appropriate return address

WRI.6.3.3.PO 4.b: Writing

an appropriate recipient address

WRI.6.3.4.PO 1.a: Writing

establishes and develops a controlling idea

WRI.6.3.4.PO 1.b: Writing

supports arguments with detailed evidence

WRI.6.3.4.PO 1.c: Writing

includes persuasive techniques

WRI.6.3.4.PO 1.d: Writing

excludes irrelevant information

WRI.6.3.5.PO 1.a: Writing

presents several clear ideas

WRI.6.3.5.PO 1.b: Writing

supports inferences and conclusions with examples from the text, personal experience, references to other works, or reference to non-print media

WRI.6.3.5.PO 1.c: Writing

relates own ideas to supporting details in a clear and logical manner

WRI.6.3.6.PO 1.a: Writing

paraphrasing to convey ideas and details from the source

WRI.6.3.6.PO 1.b: Writing

main idea(s) and relevant details

WRI.6.3.6.PO 2.a: Writing

a focused topic

WRI.6.3.6.PO 2.b: Writing

appropriate facts and relevant details

WRI.6.3.6.PO 2.c: Writing

a logical sequence

WRI.6.3.6.PO 2.d: Writing

a concluding statement

WRI.6.3.6.PO 2.e: Writing

a list of sources used

WRI.7.1.1.PO 1: Writing

Generate ideas through a variety of activities (e.g., prior knowledge, discussion with others, printed material or other sources).

WRI.7.1.1.PO 2: Writing

Determine the purpose (e.g., to entertain, to inform, to communicate, to persuade, to explain) of an intended writing piece.

WRI.7.1.1.PO 3: Writing

Determine the intended audience of a writing piece.

WRI.7.1.1.PO 4: Writing

Establish a central idea appropriate to the type of writing.

WRI.7.1.1.PO 5: Writing

Use organizational strategies (e.g., outlines, charts, tables, graphs, Venn Diagrams, webs, story map, plot pyramid) to plan writing.

WRI.7.1.1.PO 6: Writing

Maintain a record (e.g., lists, journals, folders, notebooks) of writing ideas.

WRI.7.1.1.PO 7: Writing

Use time-management strategies, when appropriate, to produce a writing product within a set time period.

WRI.7.1.2.PO 1: Writing

Use a prewriting plan to develop a draft with main idea(s) and supporting details.

WRI.7.1.2.PO 2: Writing

Organize writing into a logical sequence that is clear to the audience.

WRI.7.1.3.PO 1: Writing

Evaluate the draft for use of ideas and content, organization, voice, word choice, and sentence fluency.

WRI.7.1.3.PO 2: Writing

Add details to the draft to more effectively accomplish the purpose.

WRI.7.1.3.PO 3: Writing

Delete irrelevant and/or redundant information from the draft to more effectively accomplish the purpose.

WRI.7.1.3.PO 4: Writing

Rearrange words, sentences, and paragraphs to clarify the meaning or to enhance the writing style.

WRI.7.1.3.PO 5: Writing

Add transitional words, phrases, and/or sentences to clarify meaning or enhance the writing style.

WRI.7.1.3.PO 6: Writing

Use a variety of sentence structures (i.e., simple, compound, complex) to improve sentence fluency in the draft.

WRI.7.1.3.PO 7: Writing

Apply appropriate tools or strategies (e.g., peer review, checklists, rubrics) to refine the draft.

WRI.7.1.3.PO 8: Writing

Use resources and reference materials to select more precise vocabulary.

WRI.7.1.4.PO 1: Writing

Identify punctuation, spelling, and grammar and usage errors in the draft.

WRI.7.1.4.PO 2: Writing

Use resources (e.g., dictionary, word lists, spelling/grammar checkers) to correct conventions.

WRI.7.1.4.PO 3: Writing

Apply proofreading marks to indicate errors in conventions.

WRI.7.1.4.PO 4: Writing

Apply appropriate tools or strategies (e.g., peer review, checklists, rubrics) to edit the draft.

WRI.7.1.5.PO 1: Writing

Prepare writing in a format (e.g., oral presentation, manuscript, multimedia) appropriate to audience and purpose.

WRI.7.1.5.PO 2: Writing

Use margins and spacing to enhance the final product.

WRI.7.1.5.PO 3: Writing

Use graphics (e.g., drawings, charts, graphs), when applicable, to enhance the final product.

WRI.7.1.5.PO 4: Writing

Write legibly.

WRI.7.2.1.PO 1: Writing

Use clear, focused ideas and details to support the topic.

WRI.7.2.1.PO 2: Writing

Provide content and selected details that are well-suited to audience and purpose.

WRI.7.2.1.PO 3: Writing

Develop a sufficient explanation or exploration of the topic.

WRI.7.2.1.PO 4: Writing

Include ideas and details that show original perspective.

WRI.7.2.2.PO 1: Writing

Use a structure that fits the type of writing (e.g., letter format, narrative, play, essay).

WRI.7.2.2.PO 2: Writing

Develop a strong beginning or introduction that draws in the reader.

WRI.7.2.2.PO 3: Writing

Place details appropriately to support the main idea.

WRI.7.2.2.PO 4: Writing

Include effective transitions among all elements (sentences, paragraphs, ideas).

WRI.7.2.2.PO 5: Writing

Construct paragraphs by arranging sentences with an organizing principle (e.g., to develop a topic, to indicate a chronology).

WRI.7.2.2.PO 6: Writing

Create an ending that provides a sense of resolution or closure.

WRI.7.2.3.PO 1: Writing

Show awareness of the audience through word choice, style, and an appropriate connection with, or distance from, the audience.

WRI.7.2.3.PO 2: Writing

Convey a sense of identity through originality, sincerity, liveliness, or humor appropriate to the topic and type of writing.

WRI.7.2.3.PO 3: Writing

Use language appropriate for the topic and purpose.

WRI.7.2.3.PO 4: Writing

Choose appropriate voice (e.g., formal, informal, academic discourse) for the audience and purpose.

WRI.7.2.4.PO 1: Writing

Use accurate, specific, powerful words that effectively convey the intended message.

WRI.7.2.4.PO 2: Writing

Use words that consistently support style and type of writing.

WRI.7.2.4.PO 3: Writing

Use vocabulary that is original, varied, and natural.

WRI.7.2.4.PO 4: Writing

Use literal and figurative language where appropriate to purpose.

WRI.7.2.5.PO 1: Writing

Write simple, compound, and complex sentences.

WRI.7.2.5.PO 2: Writing

Create sentences that flow together and sound natural when read aloud.

WRI.7.2.5.PO 3: Writing

Vary sentence beginnings, lengths, and patterns to enhance the flow of the writing.

WRI.7.2.5.PO 4: Writing

Use effective and natural dialogue when appropriate.

WRI.7.2.6.PO 1.a.1: Writing

holidays

WRI.7.2.6.PO 1.a.2: Writing

product names

WRI.7.2.6.PO 1.a.3: Writing

languages

WRI.7.2.6.PO 1.a.4: Writing

historical events

WRI.7.2.6.PO 1.a.5: Writing

organizations

WRI.7.2.6.PO 1.a.6: Writing

academic courses (e.g., algebra/Algebra I)

WRI.7.2.6.PO 1.a.7: Writing

place

WRI.7.2.6.PO 1.a.8: Writing

regional names (e.g., West Coast)

WRI.7.2.6.PO 1.b: Writing

words used as names (e.g., Grandpa, Aunt Lyn)

WRI.7.2.6.PO 1.c: Writing

literary titles (i.e., book, story, poem, play, song)

WRI.7.2.6.PO 1.d: Writing

titles

WRI.7.2.6.PO 1.e: Writing

abbreviations

WRI.7.2.6.PO 1.f: Writing

proper adjectives

WRI.7.2.6.PO 2.a: Writing

items in a series

WRI.7.2.6.PO 2.b: Writing

greetings and closings of letters

WRI.7.2.6.PO 2.c: Writing

introductory words and clauses

WRI.7.2.6.PO 2.d: Writing

direct address

WRI.7.2.6.PO 2.e: Writing

interrupters

WRI.7.2.6.PO 2.f: Writing

compound sentences

WRI.7.2.6.PO 2.g: Writing

appositives

WRI.7.2.6.PO 3.a: Writing

dialogue

WRI.7.2.6.PO 3.b: Writing

titles of short works (e.g., chapter, story, article, song, poem)

WRI.7.2.6.PO 3.c: Writing

exact words from sources

WRI.7.2.6.PO 4: Writing

Use italics (in typed copy) and underlining (in handwriting) to indicate titles of longer works (e.g., books, plays, magazines, movies, TV series).

WRI.7.2.6.PO 5: Writing

Use colons to punctuate business letter salutations.

WRI.7.2.6.PO 6.a: Writing

contractions

WRI.7.2.6.PO 6.b: Writing

singular possessives

WRI.7.2.6.PO 6.c: Writing

plural possessives

WRI.7.2.6.PO 7: Writing

Spell high-frequency words correctly.

WRI.7.2.6.PO 8: Writing

Use common spelling patterns/ generalizations to spell words correctly.

WRI.7.2.6.PO 9: Writing

Use homonyms correctly in context.

WRI.7.2.6.PO 10: Writing

Use resources to spell correctly.

WRI.7.2.6.PO 11: Writing

Use paragraph breaks to indicate an organizational structure.

WRI.7.2.6.PO. 12.a: Writing

nouns

WRI.7.2.6.PO. 12.b: Writing

action/linking verbs

WRI.7.2.6.PO. 12.c: Writing

personal pronouns

WRI.7.2.6.PO. 12.d: Writing

adjectives

WRI.7.2.6.PO. 12.e: Writing

adverbs

WRI.7.2.6.PO. 12.f: Writing

conjunctions

WRI.7.2.6.PO. 12.g: Writing

prepositions

WRI.7.2.6.PO. 12.h: Writing

interjections

WRI.7.2.6.PO 13: Writing

Use subject/verb agreement in simple, compound, and complex sentences.

WRI.7.3.1.PO 1.a: Writing

an engaging plot based on imagined or real ideas, observations, or memories of an event or experience

WRI.7.3.1.PO 1.b: Writing

effectively developed characters

WRI.7.3.1.PO 1.c: Writing

a clearly described setting

WRI.7.3.1.PO 1.d: Writing

dialogue, as appropriate

WRI.7.3.1.PO 1.e: Writing

figurative language, or descriptive words and phrases to enhance style and tone

WRI.7.3.1.PO 2.a: Writing

figurative language

WRI.7.3.1.PO 2.b: Writing

rhythm

WRI.7.3.1.PO 2.c: Writing

dialogue

WRI.7.3.1.PO 2.d: Writing

characterization

WRI.7.3.1.PO 2.e: Writing

plot

WRI.7.3.1.PO 2.f: Writing

appropriate format

WRI.7.3.2.PO 1: Writing

Record information (e.g., observations, notes, lists, charts, map labels and legends) related to the topic.

WRI.7.3.2.PO 2.a: Writing

a topic sentence

WRI.7.3.2.PO 2.b: Writing

supporting details

WRI.7.3.2.PO 2.c: Writing

relevant information

WRI.7.3.2.PO 3.a: Writing

a thesis statement

WRI.7.3.2.PO 3.b: Writing

supporting details

WRI.7.3.2.PO 3.c: Writing

introductory, body, and concluding paragraphs

WRI.7.3.3.PO 1: Writing

Write a variety of functional texts (e.g., directions, recipes, procedures, rubrics, labels, posters, graphs/tables).

WRI.7.3.3.PO 2.a: Writing

heading

WRI.7.3.3.PO 2.b: Writing

salutation

WRI.7.3.3.PO 2.c: Writing

body

WRI.7.3.3.PO 2.d: Writing

closing

WRI.7.3.3.PO 2.e: Writing

signature

WRI.7.3.3.PO 3: Writing

Write a formal letter that follows a conventional business letter format.

WRI.7.3.3.PO 4.a: Writing

an appropriate return address

WRI.7.3.3.PO 4.b: Writing

an appropriate recipient address

WRI.7.3.4.PO 1.a: Writing

establishes and develops a controlling idea

WRI.7.3.4.PO 1.b: Writing

supports arguments with detailed evidence

WRI.7.3.4.PO 1.c: Writing

includes persuasive techniques

WRI.7.3.4.PO 1.d: Writing

excludes irrelevant information

WRI.7.3.4.PO 1.e: Writing

attributes sources of information when appropriate

WRI.7.3.5.PO 1.a: Writing

presents several clear ideas

WRI.7.3.5.PO 1.b: Writing

supports inferences and conclusions with examples from the text, personal experience, references to other works, or reference to non-print media

WRI.7.3.5.PO 1.c: Writing

relates own ideas to supporting details in a clear and logical manner

WRI.7.3.6.PO 1.a: Writing

paraphrasing to convey ideas and details from the source

WRI.7.3.6.PO 1.b: Writing

main idea(s) and relevant details

WRI.7.3.6.PO 2.a: Writing

a focused topic

WRI.7.3.6.PO 2.b: Writing

appropriate facts and relevant details

WRI.7.3.6.PO 2.c: Writing

a logical sequence

WRI.7.3.6.PO 2.d: Writing

a concluding statement

WRI.7.3.6.PO 2.e: Writing

a list of sources used

WRI.8.1.1.PO 1: Writing

Generate ideas through a variety of activities (e.g., prior knowledge, discussion with others, printed material or other sources).

WRI.8.1.1.PO 2: Writing

Determine the purpose (e.g., to entertain, to inform, to communicate, to persuade, to explain) of an intended writing piece.

WRI.8.1.1.PO 3: Writing

Determine the intended audience of a writing piece.

WRI.8.1.1.PO 4: Writing

Establish a central idea appropriate to the type of writing.

WRI.8.1.1.PO 5: Writing

Use organizational strategies (e.g., outlines, charts, tables, graphs, Venn Diagrams, webs, story map, plot pyramid) to plan writing.

WRI.8.1.1.PO 6: Writing

Maintain a record (e.g., lists, journals, folders, notebooks) of writing ideas.

WRI.8.1.1.PO 7: Writing

Use time-management strategies, when appropriate, to produce a writing product within a set time period.

WRI.8.1.2.PO 1: Writing

Use a prewriting plan to develop a draft with main idea(s) and supporting details.

WRI.8.1.2.PO 2: Writing

Organize writing into a logical sequence that is clear to the audience.

WRI.8.1.3.PO 1: Writing

Evaluate the draft for use of ideas and content, organization, voice, word choice, and sentence fluency.

WRI.8.1.3.PO 2: Writing

Add details to the draft to more effectively accomplish the purpose.

WRI.8.1.3.PO 3: Writing

Delete irrelevant and/or redundant information from the draft to more effectively accomplish the purpose.

WRI.8.1.3.PO 4: Writing

Rearrange words, sentences, and paragraphs to clarify the meaning or to enhance the writing style.

WRI.8.1.3.PO 5: Writing

Add transitional words, phrases, and/or sentences to clarify meaning or enhance the writing style.

WRI.8.1.3.PO 6: Writing

Use a variety of sentence structures (i.e., simple, compound, complex) to improve sentence fluency in the draft.

WRI.8.1.3.PO 7: Writing

Apply appropriate tools or strategies (e.g., peer review, checklists, rubrics) to refine the draft.

WRI.8.1.3.PO 8: Writing

Use resources and reference materials to select more precise vocabulary.

WRI.8.1.4.PO 1: Writing

Identify punctuation, spelling, and grammar and usage errors in the draft.

WRI.8.1.4.PO 2: Writing

Use resources (e.g., dictionary, word lists, spelling/grammar checkers) to correct conventions.

WRI.8.1.4.PO 3: Writing

Apply proofreading marks to indicate errors in conventions.

WRI.8.1.4.PO 4: Writing

Apply appropriate tools or strategies (e.g., peer review, checklists, rubrics) to edit the draft.

WRI.8.1.5.PO 1: Writing

Prepare writing in a format (e.g., oral presentation, manuscript, multimedia) appropriate to audience and purpose.

WRI.8.1.5.PO 2: Writing

Use margins and spacing to enhance the final product.

WRI.8.1.5.PO 3: Writing

Use graphics (e.g., drawings, charts, graphs), when applicable, to enhance the final product.

WRI.8.1.5.PO 4: Writing

Write legibly.

WRI.8.2.1.PO 1: Writing

Use clear, focused ideas and details to support the topic.

WRI.8.2.1.PO 2: Writing

Provide content and selected details that are well-suited to audience and purpose.

WRI.8.2.1.PO 3: Writing

Develop a sufficient explanation or exploration of the topic.

WRI.8.2.1.PO 4: Writing

Include ideas and details that show original perspective.

WRI.8.2.2.PO 1: Writing

Use a structure that fits the type of writing (e.g., letter format, narrative, play, essay).

WRI.8.2.2.PO 2: Writing

Develop a strong beginning or introduction that draws in the reader.

WRI.8.2.2.PO 3: Writing

Place details appropriately to support the main idea.

WRI.8.2.2.PO 4: Writing

Include effective transitions among all elements (sentences, paragraphs, ideas).

WRI.8.2.2.PO 5: Writing

Construct paragraphs by arranging sentences with an organizing principle (e.g., to develop a topic, to indicate a chronology).

WRI.8.2.2.PO 6: Writing

Create an ending that provides a sense of resolution or closure.

WRI.8.2.3.PO 1: Writing

Show awareness of the audience through word choice, style, and an appropriate connection with, or distance from, the audience.

WRI.8.2.3.PO 2: Writing

Convey a sense of identity through originality, sincerity, liveliness, or humor appropriate to the topic and application.

WRI.8.2.3.PO 3: Writing

Use language appropriate for the topic and purpose.

WRI.8.2.3.PO 4: Writing

Choose appropriate voice (e.g., formal, informal, academic discourse) for the application.

WRI.8.2.4.PO 1: Writing

Use accurate, specific, powerful words that effectively convey the intended message.

WRI.8.2.4.PO 2: Writing

Use words that consistently support style and type of writing.

WRI.8.2.4.PO 3: Writing

Use vocabulary that is original, varied, and natural.

WRI.8.2.4.PO 4: Writing

Use literal and figurative language when appropriate to purpose.

WRI.8.2.5.PO 1: Writing

Write simple, compound, and complex sentences.

WRI.8.2.5.PO 2: Writing

Create sentences that flow together and sound natural when read aloud.

WRI.8.2.5.PO 3: Writing

Vary sentence beginnings, lengths, and patterns to enhance the flow of the writing.

WRI.8.2.5.PO 4: Writing

Use effective and natural dialogue when appropriate.

WRI.8.2.6.PO 1.a.1: Writing

holidays

WRI.8.2.6.PO 1.a.2: Writing

product names

WRI.8.2.6.PO 1.a.3: Writing

languages

WRI.8.2.6.PO 1.a.4: Writing

historical events

WRI.8.2.6.PO 1.a.5: Writing

organizations

WRI.8.2.6.PO 1.a.6: Writing

academic courses (e.g., algebra/Algebra I)

WRI.8.2.6.PO 1.a.7: Writing

place

WRI.8.2.6.PO 1.a.8: Writing

regional names (e.g., West Coast)

WRI.8.2.6.PO 1.b: Writing

words used as names (e.g., Grandpa, Aunt Lyn)

WRI.8.2.6.PO 1.c: Writing

literary titles (i.e., book, story, poem, play, song)

WRI.8.2.6.PO 1.d: Writing

titles

WRI.8.2.6.PO 1.e: Writing

abbreviations

WRI.8.2.6.PO 1.f: Writing

proper adjectives

WRI.8.2.6.PO 2.a: Writing

items in a series

WRI.8.2.6.PO 2.b: Writing

greetings and closings of letters

WRI.8.2.6.PO 2.c: Writing

introductory words and clauses

WRI.8.2.6.PO 2.d: Writing

direct address

WRI.8.2.6.PO 2.e: Writing

interrupters

WRI.8.2.6.PO 2.f: Writing

compound sentences

WRI.8.2.6.PO 2.g: Writing

appositives

WRI.8.2.6.PO 2.h: Writing

dialogue

WRI.8.2.6.PO 3.a: Writing

dialogue

WRI.8.2.6.PO 3.b: Writing

titles of short works (e.g., chapter, story, article, song, poem)

WRI.8.2.6.PO 3.c: Writing

exact words from sources

WRI.8.2.6.PO 4: Writing

Use italics (in typed copy) and underlining (in handwriting) to indicate titles of longer works (e.g., books, plays, magazines, movies, TV series).

WRI.8.2.6.PO 5: Writing

Use colons to punctuate business letter salutations.

WRI.8.2.6.PO 6.a: Writing

contractions

WRI.8.2.6.PO 6.b: Writing

singular possessives

WRI.8.2.6.PO 6.c: Writing

plural possessives

WRI.8.2.6.PO 7: Writing

Spell high-frequency words correctly.

WRI.8.2.6.PO 8: Writing

Use common spelling patterns/ generalizations to spell words correctly.

WRI.8.2.6.PO 9: Writing

Use homonyms correctly in context.

WRI.8.2.6.PO 10: Writing

Use resources to spell correctly.

WRI.8.2.6.PO 11: Writing

Use paragraph breaks to indicate an organizational structure.

WRI.8.2.6.PO 12.a: Writing

nouns

WRI.8.2.6.PO 12.b: Writing

action/linking verbs

WRI.8.2.6.PO 12.c: Writing

personal pronouns

WRI.8.2.6.PO 12.d: Writing

adjectives

WRI.8.2.6.PO 12.e: Writing

adverbs

WRI.8.2.6.PO 12.f: Writing

conjunctions

WRI.8.2.6.PO 12.g: Writing

prepositions

WRI.8.2.6.PO 12.h: Writing

interjections

WRI.8.2.6.PO 13: Writing

Use subject/verb agreement in simple, compound, and complex sentences.

WRI.8.3.1.PO 1.a: Writing

an engaging plot based on imagined or real ideas, observations, or memories of an event or experience

WRI.8.3.1.PO 1.b: Writing

effectively developed characters

WRI.8.3.1.PO 1.c: Writing

a clearly described setting

WRI.8.3.1.PO 1.d: Writing

dialogue, as appropriate

WRI.8.3.1.PO 1.e: Writing

figurative language, or descriptive words and phrases to enhance style and tone

WRI.8.3.1.PO 2.a: Writing

figurative language

WRI.8.3.1.PO 2.b: Writing

rhythm

WRI.8.3.1.PO 2.c: Writing

dialogue

WRI.8.3.1.PO 2.d: Writing

characterization

WRI.8.3.1.PO 2.e: Writing

plot

WRI.8.3.1.PO 2.f: Writing

appropriate format

WRI.8.3.2.PO 1: Writing

Record information (e.g., observations, notes, lists, charts, map labels and legends) related to the topic.

WRI.8.3.2.PO 2.a: Writing

a topic sentence

WRI.8.3.2.PO 2.b: Writing

supporting details

WRI.8.3.2.PO 2.c: Writing

relevant information

WRI.8.3.2.PO 3.a: Writing

a thesis statement

WRI.8.3.2.PO 3.b: Writing

supporting details

WRI.8.3.2.PO 3.c: Writing

introductory, body, and concluding paragraphs

WRI.8.3.3.PO 1: Writing

Write a variety of functional texts (e.g., directions, recipes, procedures, rubrics, labels, posters, graphs/tables).

WRI.8.3.3.PO 2.a: Writing

heading

WRI.8.3.3.PO 2.b: Writing

salutation

WRI.8.3.3.PO 2.c: Writing

body

WRI.8.3.3.PO 2.d: Writing

closing

WRI.8.3.3.PO 2.e: Writing

signature

WRI.8.3.3.PO 3: Writing

Write a formal letter that follows a conventional business letter format.

WRI.8.3.3.PO 4.a: Writing

an appropriate return address

WRI.8.3.3.PO 4.b: Writing

an appropriate recipient address

WRI.8.3.4.PO 1.a: Writing

establishes and develops a controlling idea

WRI.8.3.4.PO 1.b: Writing

supports arguments with detailed evidence

WRI.8.3.4.PO 1.c: Writing

includes persuasive techniques

WRI.8.3.4.PO 1.d: Writing

excludes irrelevant information

WRI.8.3.4.PO 1.e: Writing

attributes sources of information when appropriate

WRI.8.3.5.PO 1.a: Writing

presents several clear ideas

WRI.8.3.5.PO 1.b: Writing

supports inferences and conclusions with examples from the text, personal experience, references to other works, or reference to non-print media

WRI.8.3.5.PO 1.c: Writing

relates own ideas to supporting details in a clear and logical manner

WRI.8.3.5.PO 1.d: Writing

provides support adequate to the literary selection (e.g., short poem vs. novel)

WRI.8.3.6.PO 1.a: Writing

paraphrasing to convey ideas and details from the source

WRI.8.3.6.PO 1.b: Writing

main idea(s) and relevant details

WRI.8.3.6.PO 2.a: Writing

a focused topic

WRI.8.3.6.PO 2.b: Writing

appropriate facts and relevant details

WRI.8.3.6.PO 2.c: Writing

a logical sequence

WRI.8.3.6.PO 2.d: Writing

a concluding statement

WRI.8.3.6.PO 2.e: Writing

a list of sources used

WRI.9.1.1.PO 1: Writing

Generate ideas through a variety of activities (e.g., brainstorming, notes and logs, graphic organizers, record of writing ideas and discussion, printed material or other sources).

WRI.9.1.1.PO 2: Writing

Determine the purpose (e.g., to entertain, to inform, to communicate, to persuade, to explain) of an intended writing piece.

WRI.9.1.1.PO 3: Writing

Determine the intended audience of a writing piece.

WRI.9.1.1.PO 4: Writing

Establish a controlling idea appropriate to the type of writing.

WRI.9.1.1.PO 5: Writing

Use organizational strategies (e.g., outline, chart, table, graph, Venn Diagram, web, story map, plot pyramid) to plan writing.

WRI.9.1.1.PO 6: Writing

Maintain a record (e.g., lists, journals, folders, notebooks) of writing ideas.

WRI.9.1.1.PO 7: Writing

Use time-management strategies, when appropriate, to produce a writing product within a set time period.

WRI.9.1.2.PO 1: Writing

Use a prewriting plan to develop the main idea(s) with supporting details.

WRI.9.1.2.PO 2: Writing

Sequence ideas into a cohesive, meaningful order.

WRI.9.1.3.PO 1: Writing

Evaluate the draft for use of ideas and content, organization, voice, word choice, and sentence fluency.

WRI.9.1.3.PO 2: Writing

Add details to the draft to more effectively accomplish the purpose.

WRI.9.1.3.PO 3: Writing

Delete irrelevant and/or redundant information from the draft to more effectively accomplish the purpose.

WRI.9.1.3.PO 4: Writing

Rearrange words, sentences, and paragraphs in the draft in order to clarify the meaning or to enhance the writing style.

WRI.9.1.3.PO 5: Writing

Add transitional words and phrases to the draft in order to clarify meaning or enhance the writing style.

WRI.9.1.3.PO 6: Writing

Use a variety of sentence structures (i.e., simple, compound, complex) to improve sentence fluency in the draft.

WRI.9.1.3.PO 7: Writing

Apply appropriate tools or strategies (e.g., peer review, checklists, rubrics) to refine the draft.

WRI.9.1.3.PO 8: Writing

Use resources and reference materials (e.g., thesaurus, dictionary) to select more effective and precise language.

WRI.9.1.4.PO 1: Writing

Identify punctuation, spelling, and grammar and usage errors in the draft.

WRI.9.1.4.PO 2: Writing

Use resources (e.g., dictionary, word lists, spelling/grammar checkers) to correct conventions.

WRI.9.1.4.PO 3: Writing

Apply proofreading marks to indicate errors in conventions.

WRI.9.1.4.PO 4: Writing

Apply appropriate tools or strategies (e.g., peer review, checklists, rubrics) to edit the draft.

WRI.9.1.5.PO 1: Writing

Prepare writing that follows a format appropriate for the purpose (e.g., for display, sharing with others, or submitting to a publication).

WRI.9.1.5.PO 2: Writing

Include such techniques as principles of design (e.g., margins, tabs, spacing, columns) and graphics (e.g., drawings, charts, graphs), when applicable, to enhance the final product.

WRI.9.1.5.PO 3: Writing

Write legibly.

WRI.9.2.1.PO 1: Writing

Maintain a clear, narrow focus to support the topic.

WRI.9.2.1.PO 2: Writing

Write with an identifiable purpose and for a specific audience.

WRI.9.2.1.PO 3: Writing

Provide sufficient, relevant and carefully selected details for support.

WRI.9.2.1.PO 4: Writing

Demonstrate a thorough, balanced explanation of the topic.

WRI.9.2.1.PO 5: Writing

Include ideas and details that show original perspective and insights.

WRI.9.2.2.PO 1: Writing

Use a structure that fits the type of writing (e.g., letter format, narrative, play, essay).

WRI.9.2.2.PO 2: Writing

Include a strong beginning or introduction that draws in the reader.

WRI.9.2.2.PO 3: Writing

Place details appropriately to support the main idea.

WRI.9.2.2.PO 4: Writing

Use effective transitions among all elements (sentences, paragraphs, and ideas).

WRI.9.2.2.PO 5: Writing

Employ a variety of paragraphing strategies (e.g., topical, chronological, spatial) appropriate to application and purpose.

WRI.9.2.2.PO 6: Writing

Create an ending that provides a sense of resolution or closure.

WRI.9.2.3.PO 1: Writing

Show awareness of the audience through word choice, style, and an appropriate connection with, or distance from, the audience.

WRI.9.2.3.PO 2: Writing

Convey a sense of identity through originality, sincerity, liveliness, or humor appropriate to topic and type of writing.

WRI.9.2.3.PO 3: Writing

Choose appropriate voice (e.g., formal, informal, academic discourse) for the application.

WRI.9.2.3.PO 4: Writing

Use engaging and expressive language that shows a commitment to the topic.

WRI.9.2.3.PO 5: Writing

Use language appropriate to purpose, topic, and audience.

WRI.9.2.4.PO 1: Writing

Use accurate, specific, powerful words and phrases that effectively convey the intended message.

WRI.9.2.4.PO 2: Writing

Use vocabulary that is original, varied, and natural.

WRI.9.2.4.PO 3: Writing

Use words that evoke clear images.

WRI.9.2.4.PO 4: Writing

Use literal and figurative language intentionally when appropriate.

WRI.9.2.4.PO 5: Writing

Use clichés only when appropriate to purpose.

WRI.9.2.5.PO 1: Writing

Use a variety of sentence structures (simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex) and lengths to reinforce relationships among ideas and to enhance the flow of the writing.

WRI.9.2.5.PO 2: Writing

Show extensive variation in sentence beginnings, lengths, and patterns to enhance the flow of the writing.

WRI.9.2.5.PO 3: Writing

Demonstrate a flow that is natural and powerful when read aloud.

WRI.9.2.6.PO 1.a.1: Writing

holidays

WRI.9.2.6.PO 1.a.2: Writing

place/regional names

WRI.9.2.6.PO 1.a.3: Writing

languages

WRI.9.2.6.PO 1.a.4: Writing

historical events

WRI.9.2.6.PO 1.a.5: Writing

organizations

WRI.9.2.6.PO 1.a.6: Writing

academic courses (e.g., algebra/Algebra I)

WRI.9.2.6.PO 1.a.7: Writing

product names

WRI.9.2.6.PO 1.b: Writing

words used as names (e.g., Grandpa, Aunt Lyn)

WRI.9.2.6.PO 1.c: Writing

literary titles (book, story, poem, play, song)

WRI.9.2.6.PO 1.d: Writing

titles

WRI.9.2.6.PO 1.e: Writing

abbreviations

WRI.9.2.6.PO 1.f: Writing

proper adjectives (e.g., German shepherd, Chinese restaurant)

WRI.9.2.6.PO 2.a: Writing

items in a series

WRI.9.2.6.PO 2.b: Writing

greetings and closings of letters

WRI.9.2.6.PO 2.c: Writing

introductory words, phrases and clauses

WRI.9.2.6.PO 2.d: Writing

direct address

WRI.9.2.6.PO 2.e: Writing

interruptors

WRI.9.2.6.PO 2.f: Writing

compound sentences

WRI.9.2.6.PO 2.g: Writing

appositives

WRI.9.2.6.PO 2.h: Writing

dialogue

WRI.9.2.6.PO 3.a: Writing

dialogue

WRI.9.2.6.PO 3.b: Writing

titles

WRI.9.2.6.PO 3.c: Writing

exact words from sources

WRI.9.2.6.PO 4: Writing

Use underlining or italics to correctly identify titles and vessels (e.g., ships, spacecrafts, planes, trains).

WRI.9.2.6.PO 5: Writing

Use colons to punctuate business letter salutations and sentences introducing lists.

WRI.9.2.6.PO 6: Writing

Use semicolons to punctuate compound and compound-complex sentences when appropriate.

WRI.9.2.6.PO 7.a: Writing

contractions

WRI.9.2.6.PO 7.b: Writing

singular possessives

WRI.9.2.6.PO 7.c: Writing

plural possessives

WRI.9.2.6.PO 8: Writing

Use hyphens, dashes, parentheses, ellipses and brackets correctly.

WRI.9.2.6.PO 9: Writing

Spell words correctly.

WRI.9.2.6.PO 10: Writing

Use paragraph breaks to reinforce the organizational structure, including dialogue.

WRI.9.2.6.PO 11.a: Writing

parts of speech

WRI.9.2.6.PO 11.b: Writing

verb forms and tenses

WRI.9.2.6.PO 11.c: Writing

subject/verb agreement

WRI.9.2.6.PO 11.d: Writing

pronoun/antecedent agreement

WRI.9.2.6.PO 11.e: Writing

parallel structure

WRI.9.2.6.PO 11.f: Writing

comparative and superlative degrees of adjectives

WRI.9.2.6.PO 11.g: Writing

modifier placement

WRI.9.2.6.PO 11.h: Writing

homonyms

WRI.9.2.6.PO 12: Writing

Use appropriate format, according to type of writing, to cite sources (i.e., Chicago, APA, MLA, UPI, any other recognized style manual).

WRI.9.3.1.PO 1.a: Writing

describes a sequence of events, focusing on one incident experienced by the author

WRI.9.3.1.PO 1.b: Writing

sets scenes and incidents in specific times and places

WRI.9.3.1.PO 1.c: Writing

describes with specific details the sights, sounds and smells of the scenes

WRI.9.3.1.PO 1.d: Writing

uses figurative language (e.g., simile, metaphor, personification)

WRI.9.3.2.PO 1.a: Writing

includes background information to establish the thesis (hypothesis, essential question), as appropriate

WRI.9.3.2.PO 1.b: Writing

states a thesis (hypothesis, essential question) with a narrow focus

WRI.9.3.2.PO 1.c: Writing

includes evidence in support of a thesis (hypothesis, essential question) in the form of details, facts, examples, or reasons

WRI.9.3.2.PO 1.d: Writing

communicates information and ideas from primary and/or secondary sources accurately and coherently, as appropriate

WRI.9.3.2.PO 1.e: Writing

attributes sources of information as appropriate

WRI.9.3.2.PO 1.f: Writing

includes a topic sentence for each body paragraph

WRI.9.3.2.PO 1.g: Writing

includes relevant factors and variables that need to be considered

WRI.9.3.2.PO 1.h: Writing

includes visual aids to organize and record information on charts, data tables, maps and graphs, as appropriate

WRI.9.3.2.PO 1.i: Writing

includes an effective conclusion

WRI.9.3.3.PO 1.a: Writing

presents information purposefully and succinctly to meet the needs of the intended audience

WRI.9.3.3.PO 1.b: Writing

follows a conventional business letter format (block, modified block, email)

WRI.9.3.3.PO 2.a: Writing

an appropriate return address

WRI.9.3.3.PO 2.b: Writing

an appropriate recipient address

WRI.9.3.4.PO 1.a: Writing

states a position or claim

WRI.9.3.4.PO 1.b: Writing

presents detailed evidence, examples, and reasoning to support effective arguments and emotional appeals

WRI.9.3.4.PO 1.c: Writing

attributes sources of information when appropriate

WRI.9.3.4.PO 1.d: Writing

structures ideas

WRI.9.3.4.PO 1.e: Writing

addresses the reader's concerns

WRI.9.3.5.PO 1.a: Writing

describes the author's use of literary elements (i.e., theme, point of view, characterization, setting, plot)

WRI.9.3.5.PO 1.b: Writing

explains different elements of figurative language, (i.e., simile, metaphor, personification, hyperbole, symbolism, allusion, and imagery) in a literary selection

WRI.9.3.5.PO 1.c: Writing

compares works within a literary genre that deal with similar themes (e.g., compare two short stories or two poems)

WRI.9.3.6.PO 1.a: Writing

incorporates evidence in support of a thesis/claim

WRI.9.3.6.PO 1.b: Writing

integrates information from two or more pieces of research information

WRI.9.3.6.PO 1.c: Writing

integrates direct quotes

WRI.9.3.6.PO 1.d: Writing

cites sources

WRI.10.1.1.PO 1: Writing

Generate ideas through a variety of activities (e.g., brainstorming, notes and logs, graphic organizers, record of writing ideas and discussion, printed material or other sources).

WRI.10.1.1.PO 2: Writing

Determine the purpose (e.g., to entertain, to inform, to communicate, to persuade, to explain) of an intended writing piece.

WRI.10.1.1.PO 3: Writing

Determine the intended audience of a writing piece.

WRI.10.1.1.PO 4: Writing

Establish a controlling idea appropriate to the type of writing.

WRI.10.1.1.PO 5: Writing

Use organizational strategies (e.g., outline, chart, table, graph, Venn Diagram, web, story map, plot pyramid) to plan writing.

WRI.10.1.1.PO 6: Writing

Maintain a record (e.g., lists, journals, folders, notebooks) of writing ideas.

WRI.10.1.1.PO 7: Writing

Use time-management strategies, when appropriate, to produce a writing product within a set time period.

WRI.10.1.2.PO 1: Writing

Use a prewriting plan to develop the main idea(s) with supporting details.

WRI.10.1.2.PO 2: Writing

Sequence ideas into a cohesive, meaningful order.

WRI.10.1.3.PO 1: Writing

Evaluate the draft for use of ideas and content, organization, voice, word choice, and sentence fluency.

WRI.10.1.3.PO 2: Writing

Add details to the draft to more effectively accomplish the purpose.

WRI.10.1.3.PO 3: Writing

Delete irrelevant and/or redundant information from the draft to more effectively accomplish the purpose.

WRI.10.1.3.PO 4: Writing

Rearrange words, sentences, and paragraphs in the draft in order to clarify the meaning or to enhance the writing style.

WRI.10.1.3.PO 5: Writing

Add transitional words and phrases to the draft in order to clarify meaning or enhance the writing style.

WRI.10.1.3.PO 6: Writing

Use a variety of sentence structures (i.e., simple, compound, complex) to improve sentence fluency in the draft.

WRI.10.1.3.PO 7: Writing

Apply appropriate tools or strategies (e.g., peer review, checklists, rubrics) to refine the draft.

WRI.10.1.3.PO 8: Writing

Use resources and reference materials (e.g., thesaurus, dictionary) to select more effective and precise language.

WRI.10.1.4.PO 1: Writing

Identify punctuation, spelling, and grammar and usage errors in the draft.

WRI.10.1.4.PO 2: Writing

Use resources (e.g., dictionary, word lists, spelling/grammar checkers) to correct conventions.

WRI.10.1.4.PO 3: Writing

Apply proofreading marks to indicate errors in conventions.

WRI.10.1.4.PO 4: Writing

Apply appropriate tools or strategies (e.g., peer review, checklists, rubrics) to edit the draft.

WRI.10.1.5.PO 1: Writing

Prepare writing that follows a format appropriate for the purpose (e.g., for display, sharing with others, or submitting to a publication).

WRI.10.1.5.PO 2: Writing

Include such techniques as principles of design (e.g., margins, tabs, spacing, columns) and graphics (e.g., drawings, charts, graphs), when applicable, to enhance the final product.

WRI.10.1.5.PO 3: Writing

Write legibly.

WRI.10.2.1.PO 1: Writing

Maintain a clear, narrow focus to support the topic.

WRI.10.2.1.PO 2: Writing

Write with an identifiable purpose and for a specific audience.

WRI.10.2.1.PO 3: Writing

Provide sufficient, relevant and carefully selected details for support.

WRI.10.2.1.PO 4: Writing

Demonstrate a thorough, balanced explanation of the topic.

WRI.10.2.1.PO 5: Writing

Include ideas and details that show original perspective and insights.

WRI.10.2.2.PO 1: Writing

Use a structure that fits the type of writing (e.g., letter format, narrative, play, essay).

WRI.10.2.2.PO 2: Writing

Include a strong beginning or introduction that draws in the reader.

WRI.10.2.2.PO 3: Writing

Place details appropriately to support the main idea.

WRI.10.2.2.PO 4: Writing

Use effective transitions among all elements (sentences, paragraphs, and ideas).

WRI.10.2.2.PO 5: Writing

Employ a variety of paragraphing strategies (e.g., topical, chronological, spatial) appropriate to application and purpose.

WRI.10.2.2.PO 6: Writing

Create an ending that provides a sense of resolution or closure.

WRI.10.2.3.PO 1: Writing

Show awareness of the audience through word choice, style, and an appropriate connection with, or distance from, the audience.

WRI.10.2.3.PO 2: Writing

Convey a sense of identity through originality, sincerity, liveliness, or humor appropriate to topic and type of writing.

WRI.10.2.3.PO 3: Writing

Choose appropriate voice (e.g., formal, informal, academic discourse) for the application.

WRI.10.2.3.PO 4: Writing

Use engaging and expressive language that shows a commitment to the topic.

WRI.10.2.3.PO 5: Writing

Use language appropriate to purpose, topic, and audience.

WRI.10.2.4.PO 1: Writing

Use accurate, specific, powerful words and phrases that effectively convey the intended message.

WRI.10.2.4.PO 2: Writing

Use vocabulary that is original, varied, and natural.

WRI.10.2.4.PO 3: Writing

Use words that evoke clear images.

WRI.10.2.4.PO 4: Writing

Use literal and figurative language intentionally when appropriate.

WRI.10.2.4.PO 5: Writing

Use clichés only when appropriate to purpose.

WRI.10.2.5.PO 1: Writing

Use a variety of sentence structures (simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex) and lengths to reinforce relationships among ideas and to enhance the flow of the writing.

WRI.10.2.5.PO 2: Writing

Show extensive variation in sentence beginnings, lengths, and patterns to enhance the flow of the writing.

WRI.10.2.5.PO 3: Writing

Demonstrate a flow that is natural and powerful when read aloud.

WRI.10.2.6.PO 1.a.1: Writing

holidays

WRI.10.2.6.PO 1.a.2: Writing

place/regional names

WRI.10.2.6.PO 1.a.3: Writing

languages

WRI.10.2.6.PO 1.a.4: Writing

historical events

WRI.10.2.6.PO 1.a.5: Writing

organizations

WRI.10.2.6.PO 1.a.6: Writing

academic courses (e.g., algebra/Algebra I)

WRI.10.2.6.PO 1.a.7: Writing

product names

WRI.10.2.6.PO 1.b: Writing

words used as names (e.g., Grandpa, Aunt Lyn)

WRI.10.2.6.PO 1.c: Writing

literary titles (book, story, poem, play, song)

WRI.10.2.6.PO 1.d: Writing

titles

WRI.10.2.6.PO 1.e: Writing

abbreviations

WRI.10.2.6.PO 1.f: Writing

proper adjectives (e.g., German shepherd, Chinese restaurant)

WRI.10.2.6.PO 2.a: Writing

items in a series

WRI.10.2.6.PO 2.b: Writing

greetings and closings of letters

WRI.10.2.6.PO 2.c: Writing

introductory words, phrases and clauses

WRI.10.2.6.PO 2.d: Writing

direct address

WRI.10.2.6.PO 2.e: Writing

interruptors

WRI.10.2.6.PO 2.f: Writing

compound sentences

WRI.10.2.6.PO 2.g: Writing

appositives

WRI.10.2.6.PO 2.h: Writing

dialogue

WRI.10.2.6.PO 3.a: Writing

dialogue

WRI.10.2.6.PO 3.b: Writing

titles

WRI.10.2.6.PO 3.c: Writing

exact words from sources

WRI.10.2.6.PO 4: Writing

Use underlining or italics to correctly identify titles and vessels (e.g., ships, spacecrafts, planes, trains).

WRI.10.2.6.PO 5: Writing

Use colons to punctuate business letter salutations and sentences introducing lists.

WRI.10.2.6.PO 6: Writing

Use semicolons to punctuate compound and compound-complex sentences when appropriate.

WRI.10.2.6.PO 7.a: Writing

contractions

WRI.10.2.6.PO 7.b: Writing

singular possessives

WRI.10.2.6.PO 7.c: Writing

plural possessives

WRI.10.2.6.PO 8: Writing

Use hyphens, dashes, parentheses, ellipses and brackets correctly.

WRI.10.2.6.PO 9: Writing

Spell words correctly.

WRI.10.2.6.PO 10: Writing

Use paragraph breaks to reinforce the organizational structure, including dialogue.

WRI.10.2.6.PO 11.a: Writing

parts of speech

WRI.10.2.6.PO 11.b: Writing

verb forms and tenses

WRI.10.2.6.PO 11.c: Writing

subject/verb agreement

WRI.10.2.6.PO 11.d: Writing

pronoun/antecedent agreement

WRI.10.2.6.PO 11.e: Writing

parallel structure

WRI.10.2.6.PO 11.f: Writing

comparative and superlative degrees of adjectives

WRI.10.2.6.PO 11.g: Writing

modifier placement

WRI.10.2.6.PO 11.h: Writing

homonyms

WRI.10.2.6.PO 12: Writing

Use appropriate format, according to type of writing, to cite sources (i.e., Chicago, APA, MLA, UPI, any other recognized style manual).

WRI.10.3.1.PO 1.a: Writing

describes a sequence of events, communicating the significance of the events to the audience

WRI.10.3.1.PO 1.b: Writing

sets scenes and incidents in specific times and places

WRI.10.3.1.PO 1.c: Writing

describes with specific details the sights, sounds, and smells of the scenes

WRI.10.3.1.PO 1.d: Writing

describes with specific details the actions, movements, gestures, and feelings of the characters

WRI.10.3.1.PO 1.e: Writing

uses interior monologue

WRI.10.3.1.PO 1.f: Writing

uses figurative language (e.g., simile, metaphor, personification)

WRI.10.3.2.PO 1.a: Writing

includes background information to establish the thesis (hypothesis, essential question), as appropriate

WRI.10.3.2.PO 1.b: Writing

states a thesis (hypothesis, essential question) with a narrow focus

WRI.10.3.2.PO 1.c: Writing

includes evidence in support of a thesis (hypothesis, essential question) in the form of details, facts, examples, or reasons

WRI.10.3.2.PO 1.d: Writing

communicates information and ideas from primary and/or secondary sources accurately and coherently, as appropriate

WRI.10.3.2.PO 1.e: Writing

attributes sources of information, as appropriate

WRI.10.3.2.PO 1.f: Writing

includes a topic sentence for each body paragraph

WRI.10.3.2.PO 1.g: Writing

includes relevant factors and variables that need to be considered

WRI.10.3.2.PO 1.h: Writing

includes visual aids to organize and record information on charts, data tables, maps and graphs, as appropriate

WRI.10.3.2.PO 1.i: Writing

includes an effective conclusion

WRI.10.3.3.PO 1.a: Writing

presents information purposefully and succinctly to meet the needs of the intended audience

WRI.10.3.3.PO 1.b: Writing

follows a conventional format (block, modified block, memo, email)

WRI.10.3.3.PO 2.a: Writing

an appropriate return address

WRI.10.3.3.PO 2.b: Writing

an appropriate recipient address

WRI.10.3.4.PO 1.a: Writing

states a position or claim

WRI.10.3.4.PO 1.b: Writing

presents detailed evidence, examples, and reasoning to support effective arguments and emotional appeals

WRI.10.3.4.PO 1.c: Writing

attributes sources of information when appropriate

WRI.10.3.4.PO 1.d: Writing

structures ideas

WRI.10.3.4.PO 1.e: Writing

addresses the reader's concerns

WRI.10.3.5.PO 1.a: Writing

analyzes the author's use of literary elements (i.e., theme, point of view, characterization, setting, plot)

WRI.10.3.5.PO 1.b: Writing

analyzes different elements of figurative language (i.e., simile, metaphor, personification, hyperbole, symbolism, allusion, and imagery) in a literary selection

WRI.10.3.5.PO 1.c: Writing

compares the illustration of the same theme in two different literary genres, using their structural features as the basis for the comparison (e.g., novel and play, poem and short story)

WRI.10.3.5.PO 1.d: Writing

identifies how an author's choice of words and imagery sets the tone and advances the work's theme

WRI.10.3.6.PO 1.a: Writing

incorporates evidence in support of a thesis/claim

WRI.10.3.6.PO 1.b: Writing

integrates information from two or more pieces of primary and/or secondary research information

WRI.10.3.6.PO 1.c: Writing

makes distinctions between the relative value and significance of specific data, facts, and ideas

WRI.10.3.6.PO 1.d: Writing

integrates direct quotes

WRI.10.3.6.PO 1.e: Writing

uses internal citations

WRI.10.3.6.PO 1.f: Writing

includes a works cited, bibliography, or reference page

WRI.11.1.1.PO 1: Writing

Generate ideas through a variety of activities (e.g., brainstorming, notes and logs, graphic organizers, record of writing ideas and discussion, printed material or other sources).

WRI.11.1.1.PO 2: Writing

Determine the purpose (e.g., to entertain, to inform, to communicate, to persuade, to explain) of an intended writing piece.

WRI.11.1.1.PO 3: Writing

Determine the intended audience of a writing piece.

WRI.11.1.1.PO 4: Writing

Establish a controlling idea appropriate to the type of writing.

WRI.11.1.1.PO 5: Writing

Use organizational strategies (e.g., outline, chart, table, graph, Venn Diagram, web, story map, plot pyramid) to plan writing.

WRI.11.1.1.PO 6: Writing

Maintain a record (e.g., lists, journals, folders, notebooks) of writing ideas.

WRI.11.1.1.PO 7: Writing

Use time-management strategies, when appropriate, to produce a writing product within a set time period.

WRI.11.1.2.PO 1: Writing

Use a prewriting plan to develop the main idea(s) with supporting details.

WRI.11.1.2.PO 2: Writing

Sequence ideas into a cohesive, meaningful order.

WRI.11.1.3.PO 1: Writing

Evaluate the draft for use of ideas and content, organization, voice, word choice, and sentence fluency.

WRI.11.1.3.PO 2: Writing

Add details to the draft to more effectively accomplish the purpose.

WRI.11.1.3.PO 3: Writing

Delete irrelevant and/or redundant information from the draft to more effectively accomplish the purpose.

WRI.11.1.3.PO 4: Writing

Rearrange words, sentences, and paragraphs in the draft in order to clarify the meaning or to enhance the writing style.

WRI.11.1.3.PO 5: Writing

Add transitional words and phrases to the draft in order to clarify meaning or enhance the writing style.

WRI.11.1.3.PO 6: Writing

Use a variety of sentence structures (i.e., simple, compound, complex) to improve sentence fluency in the draft.

WRI.11.1.3.PO 7: Writing

Apply appropriate tools or strategies (e.g., peer review, checklists, rubrics) to refine the draft.

WRI.11.1.3.PO 8: Writing

Use resources and reference materials (e.g., thesaurus, dictionary) to select more effective and precise language.

WRI.11.1.4.PO 1: Writing

Identify punctuation, spelling, and grammar and usage errors in the draft.

WRI.11.1.4.PO 2: Writing

Use resources (e.g., dictionary, word lists, spelling/grammar checkers) to correct conventions.

WRI.11.1.4.PO 3: Writing

Apply proofreading marks to indicate errors in conventions.

WRI.11.1.4.PO 4: Writing

Apply appropriate tools or strategies (e.g., peer review, checklists, rubrics) to edit the draft.

WRI.11.1.5.PO 1: Writing

Prepare writing that follows a format appropriate for the purpose (e.g., for display, sharing with others, or submitting to a publication).

WRI.11.1.5.PO 2: Writing

Include such techniques as principles of design (e.g., margins, tabs, spacing, columns) and graphics (e.g., drawings, charts, graphs), when applicable, to enhance the final product.

WRI.11.1.5.PO 3: Writing

Write legibly.

WRI.11.2.1.PO 1: Writing

Maintain a clear, narrow focus to support the topic.

WRI.11.2.1.PO 2: Writing

Write with an identifiable purpose and for a specific audience.

WRI.11.2.1.PO 3: Writing

Provide sufficient, relevant and carefully selected details for support.

WRI.11.2.1.PO 4: Writing

Demonstrate a thorough, balanced explanation of the topic.

WRI.11.2.1.PO 5: Writing

Include ideas and details that show original perspective and insights.

WRI.11.2.2.PO 1: Writing

Use a structure that fits the type of writing (e.g., letter format, narrative, play, essay).

WRI.11.2.2.PO 2: Writing

Include a strong beginning or introduction that draws in the reader.

WRI.11.2.2.PO 3: Writing

Place details appropriately to support the main idea.

WRI.11.2.2.PO 4: Writing

Use effective transitions among all elements (sentences, paragraphs, and ideas).

WRI.11.2.2.PO 5: Writing

Employ a variety of paragraphing strategies (e.g., topical, chronological, spatial) appropriate to application and purpose.

WRI.11.2.2.PO 6: Writing

Create an ending that provides a sense of resolution or closure.

WRI.11.2.3.PO 1: Writing

Show awareness of the audience through word choice, style, and an appropriate connection with, or distance from, the audience.

WRI.11.2.3.PO 2: Writing

Convey a sense of identity through originality, sincerity, liveliness, or humor appropriate to topic and type of writing.

WRI.11.2.3.PO 3: Writing

Choose appropriate voice (e.g., formal, informal, academic discourse) for the application.

WRI.11.2.3.PO 4: Writing

Use engaging and expressive language that shows a commitment to the topic.

WRI.11.2.3.PO 5: Writing

Use language appropriate to purpose, topic, and audience.

WRI.11.2.4.PO 1: Writing

Use accurate, specific, powerful words and phrases that effectively convey the intended message.

WRI.11.2.4.PO 2: Writing

Use vocabulary that is original, varied, and natural.

WRI.11.2.4.PO 3: Writing

Use words that evoke clear images.

WRI.11.2.4.PO 4: Writing

Use literal and figurative language intentionally when appropriate.

WRI.11.2.4.PO 5: Writing

Use clichés only when appropriate to purpose.

WRI.11.2.5.PO 1: Writing

Use a variety of sentence structures (simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex) and lengths to reinforce relationships among ideas and to enhance the flow of the writing.

WRI.11.2.5.PO 2: Writing

Show extensive variation in sentence beginnings, lengths, and patterns to enhance the flow of the writing.

WRI.11.2.5.PO 3: Writing

Demonstrate a flow that is natural and powerful when read aloud.

WRI.11.2.6.PO 1.a.1: Writing

holidays

WRI.11.2.6.PO 1.a.2: Writing

place/regional names

WRI.11.2.6.PO 1.a.3: Writing

languages

WRI.11.2.6.PO 1.a.4: Writing

historical events

WRI.11.2.6.PO 1.a.5: Writing

organizations

WRI.11.2.6.PO 1.a.6: Writing

academic courses (e.g., algebra/Algebra I)

WRI.11.2.6.PO 1.a.7: Writing

product names

WRI.11.2.6.PO 1.b: Writing

words used as names (e.g., Grandpa, Aunt Lyn)

WRI.11.2.6.PO 1.c: Writing

literary titles (book, story, poem, play, song)

WRI.11.2.6.PO 1.d: Writing

titles

WRI.11.2.6.PO 1.e: Writing

abbreviations

WRI.11.2.6.PO 1.f: Writing

proper adjectives (e.g., German shepherd, Chinese restaurant)

WRI.11.2.6.PO 2.a: Writing

items in a series

WRI.11.2.6.PO 2.b: Writing

greetings and closings of letters

WRI.11.2.6.PO 2.c: Writing

introductory words, phrases and clauses

WRI.11.2.6.PO 2.d: Writing

direct address

WRI.11.2.6.PO 2.e: Writing

interruptors

WRI.11.2.6.PO 2.f: Writing

compound sentences

WRI.11.2.6.PO 2.g: Writing

appositives

WRI.11.2.6.PO 2.h: Writing

dialogue

WRI.11.2.6.PO 3.a: Writing

dialogue

WRI.11.2.6.PO 3.b: Writing

titles

WRI.11.2.6.PO 3.c: Writing

exact words from sources

WRI.11.2.6.PO 4: Writing

Use underlining or italics to correctly identify titles and vessels (e.g., ships, spacecrafts, planes, trains).

WRI.11.2.6.PO 5: Writing

Use colons to punctuate business letter salutations and sentences introducing lists.

WRI.11.2.6.PO 6: Writing

Use semicolons to punctuate compound and compound-complex sentences when appropriate.

WRI.11.2.6.PO 7.a: Writing

contractions

WRI.11.2.6.PO 7.b: Writing

singular possessives

WRI.11.2.6.PO 7.c: Writing

plural possessives

WRI.11.2.6.PO 8: Writing

Use hyphens, dashes, parentheses, ellipses and brackets correctly.

WRI.11.2.6.PO 9: Writing

Spell words correctly.

WRI.11.2.6.PO 10: Writing

Use paragraph breaks to reinforce the organizational structure, including dialogue.

WRI.11.2.6.PO 11.a: Writing

parts of speech

WRI.11.2.6.PO 11.b: Writing

verb forms and tenses

WRI.11.2.6.PO 11.c: Writing

subject/verb agreement

WRI.11.2.6.PO 11.d: Writing

pronoun/antecedent agreement

WRI.11.2.6.PO 11.e: Writing

parallel structure

WRI.11.2.6.PO 11.f: Writing

comparative and superlative degrees of adjectives

WRI.11.2.6.PO 11.g: Writing

modifier placement

WRI.11.2.6.PO 11.h: Writing

homonyms

WRI.11.2.6.PO 12: Writing

Use appropriate format, according to type of writing, to cite sources (e.g., Chicago, APA, MLA, UPI, any other recognized style manual).

WRI.11.3.1.PO 1.a: Writing

use voice and style appropriate to audience and purpose

WRI.11.3.1.PO 1.b: Writing

organize ideas in writing to ensure coherence, logical progression, and support

WRI.11.3.1.PO 1.c: Writing

employ literary devices (e.g., irony, conceit, foreshadowing, symbolism) to enhance style and voice

WRI.11.3.2.PO 1.a: Writing

includes background information to establish the thesis (hypothesis, essential question), as appropriate

WRI.11.3.2.PO 1.b: Writing

states a thesis (hypothesis, essential question) with a narrow focus

WRI.11.3.2.PO 1.c: Writing

includes evidence in support of a thesis (hypothesis, essential question) in the form of details, facts, examples, or reasons

WRI.11.3.2.PO 1.d: Writing

communicates information and ideas from primary and/or secondary sources accurately and coherently, as appropriate

WRI.11.3.2.PO 1.e: Writing

attributes sources of information, as appropriate

WRI.11.3.2.PO 1.f: Writing

includes a topic sentence for each body paragraph

WRI.11.3.2.PO 1.g: Writing

includes relevant factors and variables that need to be considered

WRI.11.3.2.PO 1.h: Writing

includes visual aids to organize and record information on charts, data tables, maps and graphs, as appropriate

WRI.11.3.2.PO 1.i: Writing

includes an effective conclusion

WRI.11.3.3.PO 1.a: Writing

presents information purposefully and succinctly to meet the needs of the intended audience

WRI.11.3.3.PO 1.b: Writing

follows a conventional format

WRI.11.3.4.PO 1.a: Writing

states a position or claim

WRI.11.3.4.PO 1.b: Writing

presents detailed evidence, examples, and reasoning to support effective arguments and emotional appeals

WRI.11.3.4.PO 1.c: Writing

attributes sources of information when appropriate

WRI.11.3.4.PO 1.d: Writing

structures ideas

WRI.11.3.4.PO 1.e: Writing

acknowledges and refutes opposing arguments

WRI.11.3.5.PO 1.a: Writing

evaluates the author's use of literary elements (i.e., theme, point of view, characterization, setting, plot)

WRI.11.3.5.PO 1.b: Writing

interprets different elements of figurative language (i.e., simile, metaphor, personification, hyperbole, symbolism, allusion, and imagery, extended metaphor/conceit) with emphasis on how the author's use of language evokes readers' emotions

WRI.11.3.5.PO 1.c: Writing

analyzes the way in which the theme, or meaning of a selection, represents a view or comment on life, providing textual evidence for the identified theme

WRI.11.3.5.PO 1.d: Writing

explains the writer's use of irony, contradictions, paradoxes, incongruities, and ambiguities in a literary selection

WRI.11.3.5.PO 1.e: Writing

analyzes an author's development of time and sequence through the use of complex literary devices such as foreshadowing and flashbacks

WRI.11.3.5.PO 1.f: Writing

explains how meaning is enhanced through various features of poetry, including sound (e.g., rhythm, repetition, alliteration, consonance, assonance), structure (e.g., meter, rhyme scheme), and graphic elements (e.g., line length, punctuation, word position)

WRI.11.3.6.PO 1.a: Writing

incorporates evidence in support of a thesis or claim

WRI.11.3.6.PO 1.b: Writing

integrates information and ideas from multiple primary and secondary sources

WRI.11.3.6.PO 1.c: Writing

makes distinctions between the relative value and significance of specific data, facts, and ideas

WRI.11.3.6.PO 1.d: Writing

includes visual aids to organize and record information on charts, data tables, maps and graphs, as appropriate

WRI.11.3.6.PO 1.e: Writing

integrates direct quotes

WRI.11.3.6.PO 1.f: Writing

uses internal citations

WRI.11.3.6.PO 1.g: Writing

includes a works cited, bibliography, or reference page

WRI.12.1.1.PO 1: Writing

Generate ideas through a variety of activities (e.g., brainstorming, notes and logs, graphic organizers, record of writing ideas and discussion, printed material or other sources).

WRI.12.1.1.PO 2: Writing

Determine the purpose (e.g., to entertain, to inform, to communicate, to persuade, to explain) of an intended writing piece.

WRI.12.1.1.PO 3: Writing

Determine the intended audience of a writing piece.

WRI.12.1.1.PO 4: Writing

Establish a controlling idea appropriate to the type of writing.

WRI.12.1.1.PO 5: Writing

Use organizational strategies (e.g., outline, chart, table, graph, Venn Diagram, web, story map, plot pyramid) to plan writing.

WRI.12.1.1.PO 6: Writing

Maintain a record (e.g., lists, journals, folders, notebooks) of writing ideas.

WRI.12.1.1.PO 7: Writing

Use time-management strategies, when appropriate, to produce a writing product within a set time period.

WRI.12.1.2.PO 1: Writing

Use a prewriting plan to develop the main idea(s) with supporting details.

WRI.12.1.2.PO 2: Writing

Sequence ideas into a cohesive, meaningful order.

WRI.12.1.3.PO 1: Writing

Evaluate the draft for use of ideas and content, organization, voice, word choice, and sentence fluency.

WRI.12.1.3.PO 2: Writing

Add details to the draft to more effectively accomplish the purpose.

WRI.12.1.3.PO 3: Writing

Delete irrelevant and/or redundant information from the draft to more effectively accomplish the purpose.

WRI.12.1.3.PO 4: Writing

Rearrange words, sentences, and paragraphs in the draft in order to clarify the meaning or to enhance the writing style.

WRI.12.1.3.PO 5: Writing

Add transitional words and phrases to the draft in order to clarify meaning or enhance the writing style.

WRI.12.1.3.PO 6: Writing

Use a variety of sentence structures (i.e., simple, compound, complex) to improve sentence fluency in the draft.

WRI.12.1.3.PO 7: Writing

Apply appropriate tools or strategies (e.g., peer review, checklists, rubrics) to refine the draft.

WRI.12.1.3.PO 8: Writing

Use resources and reference materials (e.g., thesaurus, dictionary) to select more effective and precise language.

WRI.12.1.4.PO 1: Writing

Identify punctuation, spelling, and grammar and usage errors in the draft.

WRI.12.1.4.PO 2: Writing

Use resources (e.g., dictionary, word lists, spelling/grammar checkers) to correct conventions.

WRI.12.1.4.PO 3: Writing

Apply proofreading marks to indicate errors in conventions.

WRI.12.1.4.PO 4: Writing

Apply appropriate tools or strategies (e.g., peer review, checklists, rubrics) to edit the draft.

WRI.12.1.5.PO 1: Writing

Prepare writing that follows a format appropriate for the purpose (e.g., for display, sharing with others, or submitting to a publication).

WRI.12.1.5.PO 2: Writing

Include such techniques as principles of design (e.g., margins, tabs, spacing, columns) and graphics (e.g., drawings, charts, graphs), when applicable, to enhance the final product.

WRI.12.1.5.PO 3: Writing

Write legibly.

WRI.12.2.1.PO 1: Writing

Maintain a clear, narrow focus to support the topic.

WRI.12.2.1.PO 2: Writing

Write with an identifiable purpose and for a specific audience.

WRI.12.2.1.PO 3: Writing

Provide sufficient, relevant and carefully selected details for support.

WRI.12.2.1.PO 4: Writing

Demonstrate a thorough, balanced explanation of the topic.

WRI.12.2.1.PO 5: Writing

Include ideas and details that show original perspective and insights.

WRI.12.2.2.PO 1: Writing

Use a structure that fits the type of writing (e.g., letter format, narrative, play, essay).

WRI.12.2.2.PO 2: Writing

Include a strong beginning or introduction that draws in the reader.

WRI.12.2.2.PO 3: Writing

Place details appropriately to support the main idea.

WRI.12.2.2.PO 4: Writing

Use effective transitions among all elements (sentences, paragraphs, and ideas).

WRI.12.2.2.PO 5: Writing

Employ a variety of paragraphing strategies (e.g., topical, chronological, spatial) appropriate to application and purpose.

WRI.12.2.2.PO 6: Writing

Create an ending that provides a sense of resolution or closure.

WRI.12.2.3.PO 1: Writing

Show awareness of the audience through word choice, style, and an appropriate connection with, or distance from, the audience.

WRI.12.2.3.PO 2: Writing

Convey a sense of identity through originality, sincerity, liveliness, or humor appropriate to topic and type of writing.

WRI.12.2.3.PO 3: Writing

Choose appropriate voice (e.g., formal, informal, academic discourse) for the application.

WRI.12.2.3.PO 4: Writing

Use engaging and expressive language that shows a commitment to the topic.

WRI.12.2.3.PO 5: Writing

Use language appropriate to purpose, topic, and audience.

WRI.12.2.4.PO 1: Writing

Use accurate, specific, powerful words and phrases that effectively convey the intended message.

WRI.12.2.4.PO 2: Writing

Use vocabulary that is original, varied, and natural.

WRI.12.2.4.PO 3: Writing

Use words that evoke clear images.

WRI.12.2.4.PO 4: Writing

Use literal and figurative language intentionally when appropriate.

WRI.12.2.4.PO 5: Writing

Use clichés only when appropriate to purpose.

WRI.12.2.5.PO 1: Writing

Use a variety of sentence structures (simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex) and lengths to reinforce relationships among ideas and to enhance the flow of the writing.

WRI.12.2.5.PO 2: Writing

Show extensive variation in sentence beginnings, lengths, and patterns to enhance the flow of the writing.

WRI.12.2.5.PO 3: Writing

Demonstrate a flow that is natural and powerful when read aloud.

WRI.12.2.6.PO 1.a.1: Writing

holidays

WRI.12.2.6.PO 1.a.2: Writing

place/regional names

WRI.12.2.6.PO 1.a.3: Writing

languages

WRI.12.2.6.PO 1.a.4: Writing

historical events

WRI.12.2.6.PO 1.a.5: Writing

organizations

WRI.12.2.6.PO 1.a.6: Writing

academic courses (e.g., algebra/Algebra I)

WRI.12.2.6.PO 1.a.7: Writing

product names

WRI.12.2.6.PO 1.b: Writing

words used as names (e.g., Grandpa, Aunt Lyn)

WRI.12.2.6.PO 1.c: Writing

literary titles (book, story, poem, play, song)

WRI.12.2.6.PO 1.d: Writing

titles

WRI.12.2.6.PO 1.e: Writing

abbreviations

WRI.12.2.6.PO 1.f: Writing

proper adjectives (e.g., German shepherd, Chinese restaurant)

WRI.12.2.6.PO 2.a: Writing

items in a series

WRI.12.2.6.PO 2.b: Writing

greetings and closings of letters

WRI.12.2.6.PO 2.c: Writing

introductory words, phrases and clauses

WRI.12.2.6.PO 2.d: Writing

direct address

WRI.12.2.6.PO 2.e: Writing

interruptors

WRI.12.2.6.PO 2.f: Writing

compound sentences

WRI.12.2.6.PO 2.g: Writing

appositives

WRI.12.2.6.PO 2.h: Writing

dialogue

WRI.12.2.6.PO 3.a: Writing

dialogue

WRI.12.2.6.PO 3.b: Writing

titles

WRI.12.2.6.PO 3.c: Writing

exact words from sources

WRI.12.2.6.PO 4: Writing

Use underlining or italics to correctly identify titles and vessels (e.g., ships, spacecrafts, planes, trains).

WRI.12.2.6.PO 5: Writing

Use colons to punctuate business letter salutations and sentences introducing lists.

WRI.12.2.6.PO 6: Writing

Use semicolons to punctuate compound and compound-complex sentences when appropriate.

WRI.12.2.6.PO 7.a: Writing

contractions

WRI.12.2.6.PO 7.b: Writing

singular possessives

WRI.12.2.6.PO 7.c: Writing

plural possessives

WRI.12.2.6.PO 8: Writing

Use hyphens, dashes, parentheses, ellipses and brackets correctly.

WRI.12.2.6.PO 9: Writing

Spell words correctly.

WRI.12.2.6.PO 10: Writing

Use paragraph breaks to reinforce the organizational structure, including dialogue.

WRI.12.2.6.PO 11.a: Writing

parts of speech

WRI.12.2.6.PO 11.b: Writing

verb forms and tenses

WRI.12.2.6.PO 11.c: Writing

subject/verb agreement

WRI.12.2.6.PO 11.d: Writing

pronoun/antecedent agreement

WRI.12.2.6.PO 11.e: Writing

parallel structure

WRI.12.2.6.PO 11.f: Writing

comparative and superlative degrees of adjectives

WRI.12.2.6.PO 11.g: Writing

modifier placement

WRI.12.2.6.PO 11.h: Writing

homonyms

WRI.12.2.6.PO 12: Writing

Use appropriate format, according to type of writing, to cite sources (e.g., Chicago, APA, MLA, UPI, any other recognized style manual).

WRI.12.3.1.PO 1.a: Writing

use voice and style appropriate to audience and purpose

WRI.12.3.1.PO 1.b: Writing

organize ideas in writing to ensure coherence, logical progression, and support

WRI.12.3.1.PO 1.c: Writing

employ literary devices (e.g., irony, conceit, flashback, foreshadowing, symbolism, allusion) to enhance style and voice

WRI.12.3.2.PO 1.a: Writing

includes background information to set up the thesis (hypothesis, essential question), as appropriate

WRI.12.3.2.PO 1.b: Writing

states a thesis (hypothesis, essential question) with a narrow focus

WRI.12.3.2.PO 1.c: Writing

includes evidence in support of a thesis (hypothesis, essential question) in the form of details, facts, examples, or reasons

WRI.12.3.2.PO 1.d: Writing

communicates information and ideas from primary and/or secondary sources accurately and coherently, as appropriate

WRI.12.3.2.PO 1.e: Writing

attributes sources of information as appropriate

WRI.12.3.2.PO 1.f: Writing

includes a topic sentence for each body paragraph

WRI.12.3.2.PO 1.g: Writing

includes relevant factors and variables that need to be considered

WRI.12.3.2.PO 1.h: Writing

includes visual aids to organize and record information on charts, data tables, maps and graphs, as appropriate

WRI.12.3.2.PO 1.i: Writing

includes an effective conclusion

WRI.12.3.3.PO 1.a: Writing

presents information purposefully and succinctly to meet the needs of the intended audience

WRI.12.3.3.PO 1.b: Writing

follows a conventional format

WRI.12.3.4.PO 1.a: Writing

states a position or claim

WRI.12.3.4.PO 1.b: Writing

presents detailed evidence, examples, and reasoning to support effective arguments and emotional appeals

WRI.12.3.4.PO 1.c: Writing

attributes sources of information when appropriate

WRI.12.3.4.PO 1.d: Writing

structures ideas

WRI.12.3.4.PO 1.e: Writing

acknowledges and refutes opposing arguments

WRI.12.3.5.PO 1.a: Writing

evaluates the author's use of literary elements (i.e., theme, point of view, characterization, setting, plot)

WRI.12.3.5.PO 1.b: Writing

interprets figurative language (i.e., personification, hyperbole, symbolism, allusion, imagery, extended metaphor/conceit, and allegory) with emphasis upon how the writer uses language to evoke readers' emotions

WRI.12.3.5.PO 1.c: Writing

explains how meaning is enhanced through various features of poetry, including sound (e.g., rhythm, repetition, alliteration, consonance, assonance), structure (e.g., meter, rhyme scheme), graphic elements (e.g., line length, punctuation, word position)

WRI.12.3.5.PO 1.d: Writing

analyzes a writer's word choice and imagery as a means to appeal to the reader's senses and to set the tone, providing evidence from the text to support the analysis,

WRI.12.3.5.PO 1.e: Writing

describes the function of dialogue, scene design, soliloquies, asides, and/or character foils in dramatic literature

WRI.12.3.5.PO 1.f: Writing

compares literary texts that express a universal theme, providing textual evidence (e.g., examples, details, quotations) as support for the identified theme

WRI.12.3.5.PO 1.g: Writing

analyzes characteristics of subgenres (e.g., satire, parody, allegory) that overlap or cut across the lines of genre classifications such as poetry, novel, drama, short story, essay or editorial

WRI.12.3.6.PO 1.a: Writing

incorporates evidence in support of a thesis or claim

WRI.12.3.6.PO 1.b: Writing

integrates information and ideas from multiple primary and secondary sources

WRI.12.3.6.PO 1.c: Writing

makes distinctions between the relative value and significance of specific data, facts, and ideas

WRI.12.3.6.PO 1.d: Writing

includes visual aids to organize and record information on charts, data tables, maps and graphs, as appropriate

WRI.12.3.6.PO 1.e: Writing

integrates direct quotes

WRI.12.3.6.PO 1.f: Writing

uses internal citations

WRI.12.3.6.PO 1.g: Writing

includes a works cited, bibliography, or reference page
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