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Common Core's English assets empower educators to satisfy the expectancies of the typical center kingdom criteria (CCSS) for English Language Arts (ELA) and construct crucial content material wisdom for college kids in grades 9-12. every one grade within the Wheatley Portfolio encompasses a finished, coherent series of thematic devices that interact scholars in deep research of beneficial texts and topics.Features of this publication include:
- Six thematic devices for every grade, each one founded on a curated number of literary and informational texts
- Focus criteria for every unit that supplement the subject and advertise scholar mastery of crucial literacy skills
- Suggested texts and actions to include technological know-how, paintings, and historical past into English instruction
This revised moment variation contains a pattern textual content examine that publications scholars via an in depth learn of an exemplary textual content, up to date net assets, and refreshed advised works. Educators who create their curriculum in accordance with universal Core's Wheatley Portfolioguarantee that scholars are uncovered to content-rich guide and feature plentiful chance to grasp the interpreting, writing, conversing, listening, and language talents articulated within the CCSS for ELA.
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