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DO NOT EDIT--Changes must be made through “File info”CorrectionKey NY-ADO NOTCorrectiYear at a GlanceGrade 9 English Language ArtsCollection 1Collection 2Collection 3Finding Common GroundThe Struggle for FreedomThe Bonds Between UsSEPT – OCTNOV – DECJAN – MID FEBWhat are the forces and ideas thatunite us?How has the universal struggle forfreedom, justice, and equality made uswho we are?What are the special bonds thatlink us to family, friends, pets, andcommunities?Key Objectives: analyzing a claim determining a central idea evaluating an argument analyzing choice of text structure making inferences about theme analyzing seminal U.S. documents andthe impact of rhetoric analyzing the representation of asubject in two mediums analyzing multiple genres of texts inboth fiction and nonfiction applying language conventions inwritingKey Objectives: analyzing seminal U.S. documents analyzing the impact of rhetoric, wordchoice, tone, point of view, style andtext structure making connections between ideas andevents using different accounts of thesame event in text and media analyzing multiple genres of texts inboth fiction and nonfiction applying language conventions inwritingKey Objectives: analyzing character and theme in ashort story evaluating claims analyzing an author’s background,point of view, and the impact of wordchoice on tone analyzing how an author unfolds ideas interpret figurative language analyzing ideas in a public serviceannouncement analyzing multiple genres of texts inboth fiction and nonfiction applying language conventions inwritingPerformance Tasks: Speech Analytical Essay2Performance Task:Source-based Argumentative EssayPerformance Tasks: Fictional Narrative Group Media PresentationHigh School ELA Scope and SequenceHS LANYEQS662162 09YG.indd 25/14/15 12:38 PM

DO NOT EDIT--Changes must be made through “File info”CorrectionKey NY-ACollection 4Collection 5Collection 6Sweet SorrowA Matter of Life or DeathHeroes and QuestsMID FEB – MARCHAPRIL – MID MAYMID MAY – JUNEWhat is the nature of love and what arethe conflicts surrounding it?How do we endure in the face ofadversity, tragedy, and conflict?What makes someone a hero?Key Objectives: analyzing ideas in an essay analyzing source material and how anartist draws on and transforms it analyzing character motivations andparallel plots analyzing how an author’s choice ofpoint of view creates desired effects analyzing multiple genres of texts inboth fiction and nonfiction applying language conventions inwritingKey Objectives: analyzing an author’s purpose, use ofrhetoric, and word choice evaluating an argument and examininga claim analyzing ideas, determining centralideas, and summarizing analyzing an author’s choices making inferences about theme determining the meanings of figurativelanguage in poetry analyzing multiple genres of texts inboth fiction and nonfiction applying language conventions inwritingKey Objectives: analyzing elements of an epic poem determining central ideas of a text delineating and evaluating an argument interpreting figurative language analyzing multiple genres of texts inboth fiction and nonfiction applying language conventions inwritingPerformance Task:Analytical EssayPerformance Task:Research and Write an Analytical EssayPerformance Tasks: Argument Panel DiscussionYear at a Glance Grade 9 English Language ArtsHS LANYEQS662162 09YG.indd 335/14/15 12:38 PM

DO NOT EDIT--Changes must be made through “File info”CorrectionKey NY-ADO NOTCorrectiSeptember through OctoberCollection 1Finding Common GroundWhat are the forces and ideas that unite us?In this collection, students will explore the theme “FindingCommon Ground,” examining topics such as the individualand society from multiple viewpoints.Core LessonsInformational TextSample Instructional Supports Close Read Screencasts ONLINE Collaborative DiscussionActivity TE 6“A Quilt of a Country” Analyzing the Text Questionsby Anna QuindlenARGUMENT ANCHOR TEXTLiterary TextSample Instructional SupportsSHORT STORY ANCHOR TEXT Close Read Screencasts ONLINE Collaborative DiscussionActivity TE 16 Analyzing the Text Questions“Once Upon a Time”by Nadine GordimerTE 18TE 8 Guiding Questions OTR Delineate and Evaluate anArguments TE 10A Level Up Tutorial: AnalyzingArguments OTRLiterature CirclesSample Instructional SupportsFull-length bookscorresponding withthe collection theme Mini-Lessons for Literature Circlesby Harvey Daniels and NancySteineke Introducing Literature Circlesthrough Book TalksInformational TextSample Instructional SupportsBLOG CLOSE READER Short Response TE 10F Dig Deeper TE 10G IWB Lesson: EvaluatingArguments OTR“Making the FutureBetter, Together”by Eboo Patel Guiding QuestionsOTRInformational TextSample Instructional SupportsARGUMENT Collaborative Discussion Activity“The GettysburgAddress” Analyzing the Text Questionsby Abraham LincolnTE 28TE 30 Guiding Questions OTR Analyze Seminal U.S.Documents TE 32ALiterary TextSample Instructional SupportsSHORT STORY CLOSE READER Short Response TE 20H Dig Deeper TE 20I IWB Lesson: Theme OTR“Night Calls”by Lisa FugardWritingSample Instructional Supports Writing an Analytical Teacher Support TE 37, 41Essay Rubrics TE 40, 44 Presenting a SpeechUnit Assessment Collection Test: Analyzing Texts ONLINE or PRINT Performance Task: Presenting a speech that synthesizes ideas about struggles to create a just society TE 37 Performance Task: Writing an analytical essay using collection texts to support ideas about society TE 41*OTR Online Teacher Resources4High School ELA Scope and SequenceHS LANYEQS662162 09C1PL.indd 45/14/15 3:38 PM

DO NOT EDIT--Changes must be made through “File info”CorrectionKey NY-AKey Objectives Close Reading: analyzing an author’s claim, determininga central idea and analyzing its development, evaluating anargument, analyzing author’s choice of text structure, makinginferences about theme and citing evidence, analyzingseminal U.S. documents, analyzing impact of rhetoric,analyzing the representation of a subject in two differentmediums (RL 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 7a, 11b; RI 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 9a;SL 1, 1d, 6; L 1a, 1b, 3, 4a, 4b, 4c, 5b) Response Writing: responding through an argument, fairytale, presentation, and reflection (W 1a–b, 3; SL 1, 1e) Writing, Listening, and Speaking: developing an argument,writing a narrative, analyzing language, participating incollaborative discussions, developing a speech, conductingresearch, analyzing a poem (W 1, 1a, 1b; SL 1, 1d, 4, 6) Conventions: understanding and using noun clauses,prepositional phrases, noun phrases, and parallel structure(L 1a, 1b, 4a, 4b) Performance Assessment: developing a speech and ananalytical essay (W 2a–f, 4, 5, 9a, 9b; SL 4, 6)Additional ResourcesInformational TextSample Instructional SupportsESSAY Collaborative DiscussionActivity TE 24 Analyzing the Text Questions“Rituals of Memory”by Kimberly M. BlaeserTE 25 Guiding Questions OTR Determine Central Idea TE 26A Level Up Tutorial: Main Idea andSupporting Details OTRInformational TextSample Instructional Supports Short Response TE 32E“Oklahoma Bombing Dig Deeper TE 32E IWB Lesson: Author’s PurposeMemorial Address”and Perspective OTRby Bill Clintonspeech Close ReaderInformational/Literary TextPHOTO ESSAY MEDIA“Views of the Wall”CONNECTED SELECTIONPOEMSample Instructional Supports Analyzing Text and MediaQuestions TE 36 Determine Central Idea TE 36B IWB Lesson: Poetry: Languageand Form OTR“The Vietnam Wall”by Alberto RíosWritingSample Instructional Supportsinteractive lesson Interactive ExercisesWriting as a ProcessINTERACTIVEONLINE LESSONS Online Prompt: Apply theWriting ProcessSpeaking & ListeningSample Instructional SupportsInteractive lesson Interactive ExercisesParticipating inCollaborativeDiscussionsINTERACTIVEONLINE LESSONS Online Prompt: Participate in aCollaborative DiscussionPerformance Assessment PracticeLiterary Analysis: Performance Assessment bookpp. 75–112Suggested Unit Planner Grade 9 English Language Arts 5HS LANYEQS662162 09C1PL.indd 55/14/15 3:38 PM

DO NOT EDIT--Changes must be made through “File info”CorrectionKey NY-ADO NOTCorrectiNovember through DecemberCollection 2The Struggle for FreedomHow has the universal struggle for freedom, justice,and equality made us who we are?In this collection, students will explore the theme “The Strugglefor Freedom,” examining topics such as equality, social justice,and protest from multiple viewpoints.Core LessonsInformational TextSample Instructional SupportsInformational TextSample Instructional SupportsSPEECH ANCHOR TEXT Close Read Screencasts ONLINE Collaborative DiscussionActivity TE 51 Analyzing the Text QuestionsSPEECH CLOSE READER Short Response TE 72E Dig Deeper TE 72E IWB Lesson: Identifying Author’sPurpose and Perspective OTR“I Have a Dream”by Martin Luther King, Jr.TE 53 Guiding Questions OTR Analyze Seminal U.S.Documents TE 54A IWB Lesson: ComparingTexts OTR“A Eulogy forDr. Martin LutherKing, Jr.”by Robert F. KennedyLiterary TextSample Instructional SupportsSHORT STORY Collaborative DiscussionActivity TE 92 Analyzing the Text Questions“The Censors”by Luisa ValenzuelaLiterature CirclesSample Instructional SupportsFull-length bookscorresponding withthe collection theme Mini-Lessons for Literature Circlesby Harvey Daniels and NancySteineke Introducing Literature Circlesthrough Book TalksInformational TextSample Instructional SupportsTE 94 Guiding Questions OTR IWB Lesson: Irony OTRWritingSample Instructional SupportsWriting an ArgumentSee corresponding unit onthe NYC Writing Scope andSequence. Close Read Screencasts ONLINEfrom Nobody Turn Me Collaborative DiscussionActivity TE 68, 71Around: A People’s Analyzing the Text and MediaHistory of the 1963March on Washington Questions TE 69, 72 Guiding Questions OTRby Charles Euchner Analyze Ideas and Events TE 72ACONNECTED SELECTION Level Up Tutorial: Point-by-PointVIDEOOrganization OTRAMERICA The Storyof Us: March onWashingtonHISTORY ANCHOR TEXTUnit Assessment Collection Test: Analyzing Texts ONLINE or PRINT Performance Task: Writing an argument citing evidence from collection texts in support of a claim TE 97*OTR Online Teacher Resources6High School ELA Scope and SequenceHS LANYEQS662162 09C2PL.indd 65/14/15 3:40 PM

DO NOT EDIT--Changes must be made through “File info”CorrectionKey NY-AKey Objectives Close Reading: analyzing seminal U.S. documents, analyzingimpact of rhetoric, making connections between ideas andevents, comparing different accounts of the same event intext and media, understanding sequence of events, analyzingimpact of word choice on tone, analyzing point of view,analyzing style, analyzing text structure (RL 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,7a; RI 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9; SL 1; L 4, 5, 5a) Response Writing: responding through an analytical essay,personal account, report, graphic novel, and letter (W 2, 2b,3, 6, 7, 8, 9; SL 1, 4) Writing, Listening, and Speaking: developing an argument,evaluating a presentation, participating in collaborativediscussions, engaging in debate (W 1a–e; SL 1, 1d, 2, 3, 4) Conventions: understanding and using parallelism,repetition, noun phrases, rhetorical questions, colons, andsemicolons (L 1, 1a, 1b, 2, 2a, 2b) Performance Assessment: developing a source-basedargumentative essay (W 1a–e, 4, 5, 9a, 9b)Additional ResourcesInformational TextSample Instructional SupportsWritingSample Instructional SupportsDiary Collaborative DiscussionActivity TE 76 Analyzing the Text Questionsinteractive lesson Interactive Exercisesfrom Cairo: My City,Our Revolutionby Ahdaf SoueifLiterary TextWriting ArgumentsTE 78 Guiding Questions OTR Analyze Ideas and Events Conduct Research on theWeb TE 80ATE 80ASample Instructional Supports Collaborative DiscussionActivity TE 84from Reading Lolita in Analyzing the Text and MediaTehranQuestions TE 86by Azar Nafisi Guiding Questions OTRConnected MEDIA Determine Point of View TE 88AGraphic Novel Level Up Tutorial: Point offrom Persepolis 2View OTRINTERACTIVEONLINE LESSONS Online Prompt: Write anArgumentSpeaking & ListeningSample Instructional SupportsInteractive lesson Interactive ExercisesAnalyzing andEvaluatingPresentationsINTERACTIVEONLINE LESSONS Online Prompt: Analyze andEvaluate a PresentationMemoirPerformance Assessment PracticeArgument Writing: Performance Assessment bookpp. 1–35by Marjane SatrapiLiterary TextSample Instructional SupportsShort Story Close Reader Short Response TE 96G Dig Deeper TE 96G IWB Lesson: Point of View“The Prisoner WhoWore Glasses”OTRby Bessie HeadSuggested Unit Planner Grade 9 English Language Arts 7HS LANYEQS662162 09C2PL.indd 75/14/15 3:40 PM

DO NOT EDIT--Changes must be made through “File info”CorrectionKey NY-ADO NOTCorrectiJanuary through Mid-FebruaryCollection 3The Bonds Between UsWhat are the special bonds that link us to family, friends, pets, and communites?In this collection, students will explore the theme “The BondsBetween Us,” examining topics such as what links us to family,friends, pets, and community from multiple viewpoints.Core LessonsLiterary TextSample Instructional SupportsLiterary TextSample Instructional SupportsSHORT STORY ANCHOR TEXT Close Read Screencasts ONLINE Collaborative DiscussionActivity TE 118 Analyzing the Text QuestionsSHORT STORY CLOSE READER Short Response TE 122J Dig Deeper TE 122K IWB Lesson: Theme/CentralIdea OTR“When Mr. PirzadaCame to Dine”TE 120by Jhumpa Lahiri“And of Clay WeAre Created”Isabel Allende Guiding Questions OTR Analyze Character and ThemeTE 122A Level Up Tutorial: CharacterTraits OTRLiterature CirclesSample Instructional SupportsFull-length bookscorresponding withthe collection theme Mini-Lessons for Literature Circlesby Harvey Daniels and NancySteineke Introducing Literature Circlesthrough Book TalksInformational TextSample Instructional SupportsSCIENCE WRITING ANCHOR TEXT Close Read Screencasts