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6th Grade Pacing Guide: Reading

Subject:   Reading                                                                   PACING GUIDE

Grade Level:   6           Semester: 1 & 2                Course Name:  rdg 6           

1st 9 Weeks

2nd 9 Weeks

3rd 9 Weeks

4th 9 Weeks

Curriculum Objective

Curriculum Objectives

Curriculum Objectives

Curriculum Objectives

 

Read grade-level instructional text

·          Fluency

·          Accuracy

·          Expression

Develop and strengthen vocabulary knowledge through text

·          Use structural analysis (prefixes, suffixes and base words to determine word meaning

·          Use context clues

·          Use glossary, dictionary and thesaurus

Apply pre-reading strategies to aid comprehension of fiction and nonfiction texts

·          Access prior knowledge

·          Preview

·          Predict

·          Set purpose

Utilize strategies during reading

·          Self-question

·          Infer

·          Visualize

Apply post reading skills to comprehend , interpret, analyze and evaluate text

·          Identify main idea and supporting details

·          Question to clarify

·          Reflect

·          Draw conclusions

·          Paraphrase

·          summarize

 

 

Compare, contrast and analyze connections

·          Text to text (fiction to nonfiction)

·          Text to self (text ideas and own experiences)

·          Text to world (identify the world by identifying how literature reflects a culture and historic time frame)

Identify and explain text features in biography and autobiography

·          Analyze text features to clarify meaning, emphasizing newspapers and magazines

Identify grade level text

·          Interpret and analyze information in the title

·          Recognize and interpret the text features of fiction, poetry and drama

 

Identify and explain figurative language in text

·          Onomatopoeia

·          Alliteration

·          Analyze literary techniques previously introduced (simile, metaphor, personification)

Use details from text

·          Demonstrate comprehension skills

·          Identify plot, including problem-conflict, climax and resolution

·          Analyze the influence of the setting on characters and plot

·          Identify problem solving processes of characters

·          Paraphrase author’s stated ideas

·          Make inferences

·          Evaluate the accuracy of the information

·          Recall sequence of events

·          Compare author’s viewpoint

·          Identify and explain cause and effect

·          Identify problem solving process and explain the effectiveness of the solution

Read and follow multi-step directions to complete a complex task.

 

 

Review all objectives to prepare for MAP test

 

Emphasis on GLE’s

 

Enrichment activities to reinforce skills

Most objectives will be taught and retaught each quarter but will be stressed more during individual quarters where they are specified.

To prevent overlapping curriculum—Use Units 1-3 from Reading textbook (Great Expectations from Scott Foresman) first semester and Units 4-6 second semester.

One novel will be read 1st semester and one 2nd semester (teachers will collaborate to decide which novels will be read 1st and 2nd semester)
 
Curriculum: Here is a link to the curriculum we follow here at SGMS.
 
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