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Essential Guide to Language, Writing, and Literature, Blue Level / New Jersey Cumulative Progress Indicators Correlation - p. 2

3.1.G.6 Comprehension Skills and Response to Text: Recognize literary concepts, such as rhetorical device, logical fallacy, and jargon, and their effect on meaning.

Chapter 21 Writing About Literature Chapter 29 Critical Thinking

3.1.G.8 Comprehension Skills and Response to Text: Analyze and evaluate the appropriateness of diction and figurative language (e.g., irony, paradox).

Chapter 21 Writing About Literature Chapter 29 Critical Thinking

3.1.G.9 Comprehension Skills and Response to Text: Distinguish between essential and nonessential information, identifying the use of proper references and propaganda techniques where present.

Chapter 29 Critical Thinking

3.1.H.1 Inquiry and Research: Select appropriate electronic media for research and evaluate the quality of the information received.

Chapter 29 Critical Thinking Chapter 31 Study Skills and Test-taking

3.1.H.2 Inquiry and Research: Develop materials for a portfolio that reflect a specific career choice.

Chapter 24 Communication for College Chapter 25 Communication for the World of Work

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3.1.H.4 Inquiry and Research: Read and critically analyze a variety of works, including books and other print materials (e.g., periodicals, journals, manuals), about one issue or topic, or books by a single author or in one genre, and produce evidence of reading.

Chapter 23 Writing the Research Paper

3.1.H.5 Inquiry and Research: Apply information gained from several sources or books on a single topic or by a single author to foster an argument, draw conclusions, or advance a position.

Chapter 13 Introduction to the Writing

Process Chapter 14 The Six Traits of Good Writing Chapter 20 Persuasive Writing Chapter 29 Critical Thinking

3.2.A.1 Writing as a Process: Engage in the full writing process by writing daily and for sustained amounts of time.

Chapter 13 Introduction to the Writing Process

3.2.A.2 Writing as a Process: Use strategies such as graphic organizers and outlines to plan and write drafts according to the intended message, audience, and purpose for writing.

Chapter 13 Introduction to the Writing Process

3.2.A.3 Writing as a Process: Analyze and revise writing to improve style, focus and organization, coherence, clarity of thought, sophisticated word choice and sentence variety, and subtlety of meaning.

Chapter 13 Process Chapter 15 Chapter 17 Chapter 18 Chapter 19 Chapter 20 Chapter 22 Chapter 23 Chapter 31

Introduction to the Writing

Writing Strong Sentences Descriptive Writing Personal Writing Expository Writing Persuasive Writing Creative Writing Writing the Research Paper Study Skills and Test-taking

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