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prekindergarten122 Instructional days (122 hours)

Prekindergarten English Language Arts

122 Instructional days (122 hours)
Core Knowledge Language Arts Preschool
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kindergarten317 Instructional days (317 hours)

Kindergarten English Language Arts

317 Instructional days (317 hours)
Core Knowledge Language Arts Listening and Learning, and Skills
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grade 1313 Instructional days (313 hours)

Grade 1 English Language Arts

313 Instructional days (313 hours)
Core Knowledge Language Arts Listening and Learning, and Skills
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grade 2307 Instructional days (307 hours)

Grade 2 English Language Arts

307 Instructional days (307 hours)
Core Knowledge Language Arts Listening and Learning, and Skills
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grade 3228 Instructional days (228 hours)

Grade 3 English Language Arts

228 Instructional days (228 hours)
Student build literacy skills as they develop knowledge about the world.
grade 4252 Instructional days (252 hours)

Grade 4 English Language Arts

252 Instructional days (252 hours)
Student build literacy skills as they develop knowledge about the world.
grade 5232 Instructional days (232 hours)

Grade 5 English Language Arts

232 Instructional days (232 hours)
The overarching focus for all modules is building students’ literacy skills as they develop knowledge about the world.
grade 6247 Instructional days (247 hours)

Grade 6 English Language Arts

247 Instructional days (247 hours)
Building students’ literacy skills as they develop knowledge about the world.
grade 7256 Instructional days (256 hours)

Grade 7 English Language Arts

256 Instructional days (256 hours)
The overarching focus for all modules is on building students’ literacy skills as they develop knowledge about the world.
grade 8258 Instructional days (258 hours)

Grade 8 English Language Arts

258 Instructional days (258 hours)
The overarching focus for all modules is on building students’ literacy skills as they develop knowledge about the world.
grade 9237 Instructional days (237 hours)

Grade 9 English Language Arts

237 Instructional days (237 hours)
All lessons utilize engaging, high quality texts that span the canonical to the contemporary
grade 10233 Instructional days (233 hours)

Grade 10 English Language Arts

233 Instructional days (233 hours)
Students analyze literary and journalistic nonfiction as well as poetry, drama, and fiction.
grade 11185 Instructional days (185 hours)

Grade 11 English Language Arts

185 Instructional days (185 hours)
Students delve deeply into works by acclaimed authors and historical figures.
module 139 Instructional days (39 hours)

How do authors develop and relate elements of a text?

39 Instructional days (39 hours)
Students read, discuss, and analyze literary and nonfiction texts.
module 240 Instructional days (40 hours)

Figurative Language and Rhetoric

40 Instructional days (40 hours)
Students read, discuss, and analyze literary and informational texts.
unit 126 Instructional days (26 hours)

Analyzing Use of Rhetoric

26 Instructional days (26 hours)
Students analyze two seminal texts about African Americans in post-Emancipation America.
lesson 1

Effect of Epigraph

1 hour
Students analyze paragraph one and consider the effect created by the author’s choice of epigraph.
lesson 2

How DuBois Introduces and Develops Key Ideas

1 hour
Students analyze how Du Bois introduces ideas, and consider how they interact and develop.
lesson 3

The Role of Figurative Language

1 hour
Students analyze Du Bois’s use of figurative language, determining meaning from context.
lesson 4

Double-Consciousness and True Self-Consciousness

1 hour
Students examine the ideas that Du Bois develops, including "double-consciousness" and "true self-consciousness".
lesson 5

How DuBois Develops Central Ideas

1 hour
Students discuss how to develop a topic through the selection of relevant evidence.
lesson 6

Impact of Rhetoric

1 hour
Students use the Rhetorical Impact Tracking Tool to record their analysis.
lesson 7

Refining Central Ideas

1 hour
Students analyze how Du Bois continues to refine his central idea of double-consciousness.
lesson 8

Allusions and Rhetoric

1 hour
Students analyze Du Bois’s use of rhetoric through emotional and religious appeals and allusions.
lesson 9

Renewed Optimism of 15th Amendment

1 hour
Student analysis focuses on how Du Bois further shapes and refine previously established ideas.
lesson 10

The Mountain Path to Canaan

1 hour
Du Bois introduces the key metaphor of "the mountain path to Canaan".
lesson 11

Weaving Together Ideas

1 hour
Students analyze how Du Bois weaves together and develops ideas introduced earlier in the text.
lesson 12

Prejudice

1 hour
Students analyze how Du Bois develops and refines the meaning of prejudice.
lesson 13

The Power of DuBois' Style and Content

1 hour
Students consider how style and content contribute to the power and persuasiveness of the text.
lesson 14

Attaining Liberty

1 hour
Students examine how central ideas interact and build on one another in this excerpt.
lesson 15

An Effective Conclusion

1 hour
Students discuss Du Bois’s purpose for writing and how he refines a central idea.
lesson 16

Epigraph: The Crying of Water

1 hour
Students analyze how the poem contributes to the overall meaning of Du Bois’s text.
lesson 17

Mid-Unit Assessment: Central Idea

1 hour
Students develop coherent responses; select relevant facts; use appropriate transitions to clarify relationships among ideas.
lesson 18

Establishing a Point of View

1 hour
Students analyze how Washington establishes his point of view in the opening of his speech.
lesson 19

Washington's Use of Rhetoric

1 hour
Students explore Washington’s rhetoric to analyze how his style and content contribute to his persuasiveness.
lesson 20

Cast Down your Bucket

1 hour
Students explore how Washington refines the meaning of the phrase "[c]ast down your bucket".
lesson 21

How Rhetoric Contributes to Power of Text

1 hour
Students analyze how word choice and rhetoric contributes to the power of his text.
lesson 22

Precise Language

1 hour
Students discuss the importance of using precise language, domain-specific vocabulary when writing about complex ideas.
lesson 23

How Central Ideas Build Upon Each Other

1 hour
Student analyze development and refinement of central ideas and how these ideas support his purpose.
lesson 24

Different Authors, Similar Ideas

1 hour
Students focus on how the respective authors develop related central ideas.
lesson 25

Central and Supporting Claims

1 hour
Students identify Washington and Du Bois’s central and supporting claims, analyzing the relationships between them.
lesson 26

Assessment: Using Rhetoric to Advance Point of View

1 hour
Students develop written analyses that convey complex ideas, concepts, and information clearly.
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unit 214 Instructional days (14 hours)

I Am The Sun And Moon And Forever Hungry

14 Instructional days (14 hours)
Students read and analyze two texts that explore issues of agency and identity for women in America.
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module 338 Instructional days (38 hours)

Researching Multiple Perspectives to Develop a Position

38 Instructional days (38 hours)
Students engage in an inquiry-based, iterative process for research.
module 438 Instructional days (38 hours)

Narrative Techniques In Fiction Writing

38 Instructional days (38 hours)
Complex characters who demonstrate conflicts between social conventions and the human psyche.
core proficiencies30 Instructional days (30 hours)

Developing Core Proficiencies Curriculum

30 Instructional days (30 hours)
These units model instruction and provide flexible materials to use and adapt for a variety of contexts.
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grade 12242 Instructional days (242 hours)

Grade 12 English Language Arts

242 Instructional days (242 hours)
Students build knowledge, analyze ideas, delineate arguments, and develop writing, collaboration, and communication skills.
prekindergarten146 Instructional days (146 hours)

Prekindergarten Mathematics

146 Instructional days (146 hours)
Students explore two and three-dimensional shapes, compare length, weight, and capacity, addition and subtraction stories, and counting to 20.
kindergarten152 Instructional days (152 hours)

Kindergarten Mathematics

152 Instructional days (152 hours)
Representing, relating, and operating on whole numbers; describing shapes and space.
grade 1153 Instructional days (153 hours)

Grade 1 Mathematics

153 Instructional days (153 hours)
Operations and Algebraic Thinking, Number and Operations in Base Ten, Measurement and Data
grade 2152 Instructional days (152 hours)

Grade 2 Mathematics

152 Instructional days (152 hours)
Students extend understanding of base-ten notation, fluency with addition and subtraction, standard units of measure, and describing and analyzing shapes.
grade 3152 Instructional days (152 hours)

Grade 3 Mathematics

152 Instructional days (152 hours)
Multiplication and division of whole numbers within 100; develop understanding of fractions as numbers.
algebra i105 Instructional days (105 hours)

Algebra I

105 Instructional days (105 hours)
Students explore relationships between quantities, descriptive statistics, linear and exponential functions, polynomial and quadratic expressions.
geometry117 Instructional days (117 hours)

Geometry

117 Instructional days (117 hours)
Students explore congruence, proofs, constructions, trigonometry, circles, as well as connect algebra and geometry through coordinates.
algebra ii120 Instructional days (120 hours)

Algebra II

120 Instructional days (120 hours)
Students explore polynomials, rational and radical relationships, trigonometry and functions and make inferences and conclusions from data.
precalculus111 Instructional days (111 hours)

Precalculus and Advanced Topics

111 Instructional days (111 hours)
Students explore transformations, vectors and matrices, rational and exponential functions, trigonometry, probability and statistics.
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