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Course Alignment Examples

Course: 1001010 M/J Language Arts 1

Basic Information   Alignment Evidence
LA.6.2.1.1: The student will identify the characteristics of various genres (e.g., poetry, fiction, short story, dramatic literature) as forms with distinct characteristics and purposes; Where the standard (benchmark) is taught: e.g. semester(s), lesson number(s) and/or title(s)
Throughout the year
How the standard (benchmark) is taught: e.g. through labwork, discussion and research, direct instruction
Reading silently, modeling by teacher, close reading and class discussion and direct instruction of genre characteristics when needed
How mastery of the standard (benchmark) is assessed: e.g. pre and post test, performance task
pre and post test, performance task of creating original genre response
LA.6.3.1.1: The student will prewrite by generating ideas from multiple sources (e.g., prior knowledge, discussion with others, writers notebook, research materials, or other reliable sources), based upon teacher-directed topics and personal interests; Where the standard (benchmark) is taught: e.g. semester(s), lesson number(s) and/or title(s)
First semester
How the standard (benchmark) is taught: e.g. through labwork, discussion and research, direct instruction
Modeling though shared and paired group work using specific graphic organizers to reinforce the organization pattern of the writing
How mastery of the standard (benchmark) is assessed: e.g. pre and post test, performance task
Observation and final written response
LA.6.3.2.1: The student will draft writing by developing main ideas from the prewriting plan using primary and secondary sources appropriate to purpose and audience; Where the standard (benchmark) is taught: e.g. semester(s), lesson number(s) and/or title(s)
Throughout the year
How the standard (benchmark) is taught: e.g. through labwork, discussion and research, direct instruction
Discussion and research, direct instruction, including modeling of detail development using citations and paraphrasing
How mastery of the standard (benchmark) is assessed: e.g. pre and post test, performance task
Formative and final writing product assessments