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Writing Scope and Sequence,

Writing Standard VI, Writing ApplicationsCluster 1, Description: Describing Yourself, Narration: Writing a Personal Letter, Narration: Creative Writing, Explanation: Writing for High School Equivalency, Description: Explaining a Process, Persuasion: Writing an Argument, Persuasion: Writing for High School Equivalency, Description: Describing a Location Return to ALL Scope and Sequence   Return to Pace Scope and Sequence

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Writing Scope and Sequence, Diction

Writing Standard IV, Competent Writing Lesson 420, Diction Identifying three levels of diction Identifying the level of diction appropriate for a particular audience Identifying slang Identifying consistent diction within a sentence Recognizing words expressing a positive connotation Recognizing words expressing a negative connotation Choosing words that match the writer’s tone Return to ALL Scope and

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Writing Scope and Sequence, Active and Passive Voice

Writing Standard IV, Competent Writing Lesson 430, Active and Passive Voice Explaining active voice Identifying sentences written in active voice Explaining passive voice Identifying sentences written in passive voice Stating rationale for using active voice Stating rationale for using passive voice Revising sentences written in passive voice Return to ALL Scope and Sequence   Return

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Writing Scope and Sequence, Prewriting

Writing Standard V, The Writing Process Lesson 510, Prewriting Generating ideas through brainstorming Organizing brainstorming ideas into main ideas and supporting details Generating an appropriate main idea for a group of supporting details Generating appropriate supporting details for a stated main idea Organizing main ideas and supporting details in an outline Return to ALL Scope

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Writing Scope and Sequence, Composing Paragraphs

Writing Standard V, The Writing Process Lesson 520, Composing Paragraphs Developing complete sentences from a list of supporting details Using transition words in a paragraph Writing a topic sentence Explaining the introductory paragraph Explaining the concluding paragraph Return to ALL Scope and Sequence   Return to Pace Scope and Sequence

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Writing Scope and Sequence, Composing Essays

Writing Standard V, The Writing Process Lesson 530, Composing Essays Defining introduction, supporting paragraphs, and conclusion of an essay Explaining the use of transition words to connect paragraphs in an essay Distinguishing between descriptive, explanatory, narrative, and persuasive topics Return to ALL Scope and Sequence   Return to Pace Scope and Sequence

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Writing Scope and Sequence, Concrete and Specific Language

Writing Standard II, Clear and Concise Writing Lesson 230, Concrete and Specific Language Defining general and specific language Identifying general and specific words Identifying general and specific sentences Using adjectives to add specificity Replacing complex words with simpler words Defining abstract and concrete language Identifying abstract and concrete words Return to ALL Scope and Sequence

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