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Author Studies

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Students will be able to explain how the life of an author can influence his or her writing, and how biographical information about an author can inform the reading of a text.

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Categories of Information

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Students will be able to distinguish between relevant and irrelevant, explicit and implicit, and general and specific information.

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Irony

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Students will be able to identify and distinguish between the various types of literary irony.

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Satire and Parody

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Students will be able to define and identify satirical works and evaluate the satirical value of parodies.

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Making Text Connections

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Students will be able to define and make text-to-self, text-to-world, and text-to-text connections while reading.

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Punctuation

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Students will be able to follow the standard-aligned rules for punctuation.

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Dialect and Jargon

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Students will be able to identify instances of dialect and jargon in text and in their own lives.

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Conventions of Drama

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Students will be able to identify common conventions of the dramatic texts and the stage.

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Progressive Verb Tenses

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Students will be able to define, identify, and distinguish between simple and progressive verb tenses.

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Comparing and Contrastion Characters

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Students will be able to compare and contrast the motivations, traits, and actions of characters from different texts.

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Multi-Step Directions

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Students will be able to follow and create multi-step directions.

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Appositives

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Students will be able to define and identify appositives, restrictive phrases, and non-restrictive phrases.

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Analyzing Character

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Students will be able to analyze aspects of characters in stories, including whether they are main or minor and dynamic or static.

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Characterization

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Students will be able to define and identify direct and indirect characterization.

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Plot Conflict

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Students will be able to define and identify types of plot conflict, including character vs. character, character vs. self, character vs. nature, and character vs. society.

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Sensory Details in Descriptive Language

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Students will be able to use and interpret descriptive language.

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