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7th Grade Student Proficiency Levels: Standard 3 Critical Rdg

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7th Grade Introduction

7th Grade Proficiency Levels

 

Standard 3: Critical Reading and Writing

Students will apply critical thinking skills to reading and writing.

 

READING: Students will comprehend, interpret, evaluate, and respond to a variety of complex texts of all literary and informational genres from a variety of historical, cultural, ethnic, and global perspectives.

 

 

 

Understanding 

Objectives 

 

Approaching 

7.3.R.1

Students can compare and contrast stated or implied purposes of authors’ writing on the same topic.

 

7.3.R.1

Students will compare and contrast stated or implied purposes of authors writing on the same topic in grade-level literary and/or informational texts.

 

Developing 

7.3.R.1

Students can compare and contrast stated or implied purposes of authors’ writing on the same topic with guidance.

 

7.3.R.1

Students can compare or contrast stated purposes of authors’ writing on the same topic with guidance.

 

7.3.R.2

Students can recognize how the point of view and perspective affect text.

 

7.3.R.2

Students can evaluate how the point of view and perspective affect text with guidance.

 

7.3.R.2

Students can evaluate how the point of view and perspective affect text.

 

7.3.R.2

Students will evaluate how the point of view and perspective affect grade-level literary and/or informational text.

 

7.3.R.3

Students can recognize key literary elements in a text:

  • setting

  • plot

  • characters (i.e., protagonist, antagonist)

  • characterization

  • theme

  • conflict (i.e., internal and external)

 

7.3.R.3

Students can explain how key literary elements contribute to the meaning of a text:

  • setting

  • plot

  • characters (i.e., protagonist, antagonist)

  • characterization

  • theme

  • conflict (i.e., internal and external)

 

7.3.R.3

Students will analyze how key literary elements contribute to the meaning of a text:

  • setting

  • plot

  • characters (i.e., protagonist, antagonist)

  • characterization

  • theme

  • conflict (i.e., internal and external)

 

7.3.R.3

Students will analyze how key literary elements contribute to the meaning of the literary work:

  • setting

  • plot

  • characters (i.e., protagonist, antagonist)

  • characterization

  • theme

  • conflict (i.e., internal and external)

 

7.3.R.4

Students can identify literary devices to support interpretations of literary texts:

  • simile

  • metaphor

  • personification

  • onomatopoeia

  • hyperbole

  • imagery

  • symbolism

  • tone

  • irony*

*Students will find textual evidence when provided with examples.

 

7.3.R.4

Students can analyze literary devices to support interpretations of literary texts with guidance:

  • simile

  • metaphor

  • personification

  • onomatopoeia

  • hyperbole

  • imagery

  • symbolism

  • tone

  • irony*

*Students will find textual evidence when provided with examples.

 

7.3.R.4

Students can evaluate literary devices to support interpretations of literary texts:

  • simile

  • metaphor

  • personification

  • onomatopoeia

  • hyperbole

  • imagery

  • symbolism

  • tone

  • irony*

*Students will find textual evidence when provided with examples.

 

7.3.R.4

Students will evaluate literary devices to support interpretations of literary texts:

  • simile

  • metaphor

  • personification

  • onomatopoeia

  • hyperbole

  • imagery

  • symbolism

  • tone

  • irony*

*Students will find textual evidence when provided with examples.

 

7.3.R.5

Students can recognize factual claims and opinions.

7.3.R.5

Students can distinguish factual claims from opinions with guidance and support.

 

7.3.R.5

Students can distinguish factual claims from opinions.

7.3.R.5

Students will distinguish factual claims from opinions.

 

7.3.R.6

Students will analyze the structures of texts and content by making inferences about texts using textual evidence.

 

7.3.R.6

Students will analyze the structures of texts and content by making inferences about texts using textual evidence to draw simple logical conclusions with guidance.

 

7.3.R.6

Students will analyze the structures of texts and content by making inferences about texts using textual evidence to draw simple logical conclusions.

 

7.3.R.6

Students will analyze the structures of texts (e.g., compare/contrast, problem/solution, cause/effect, claims/evidence) and content by making inferences about texts and use textual evidence to draw simple logical conclusions.

 

7.3.R.7

Students can make connections (e.g., thematic links) across multiple texts.

 

7.3.R.7

Students can make connections (e.g., thematic links) across multiple texts and provide textual evidence to support their inferences with guidance.

 

7.3.R.7

Students can make connections (e.g., thematic links) across multiple texts and provide textual evidence to support their inferences.

 

7.3.R.7

Students will make connections (e.g., thematic links) between and across multiple texts and provide textual evidence to support their inferences.

 

    *Once the student demonstrates an understanding of an objective, consider a deeper acquisition of those skills. 

 

 Instructional Guidance 

Developing  Introduce a short story and identify the elements - characters, setting, plot, conflict, and theme.
Approaching 

Use a graphic organizer to explain the key elements of the short story - characters, setting, plot, conflict, and theme.

http://www.dailyteachingtools.com/language-arts-graphic-organizers.html#18 

Understanding  Have students read a short story and complete a graphic organizer identifying the characters, setting, plot, conflict, and theme.

Deeper

Acquisition 

Identify key elements in a more complex text.

 

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