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Essential Guide to Language, Writing, and Literature, Blue Level / New Jersey Cumulative Progress Indicators Correlation - p. 6

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3.2.C.7 Mechanics, Spelling, and Handwriting: Use a variety of reference materials, such as a dictionary, grammar reference, and/or internet/software resources to edit written work.

Chapter 13 Process Chapter 15 Chapter 17 Chapter 18 Chapter 19 Chapter 20 Chapter 22 Chapter 23 Chapter 28 Chapter 31

Introduction to the Writing

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

3.2.D.1 Writing Forms, Audiences, and Purposes: Employ the most effective writing formats and strategies for the purpose and audience.

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

3.2.D.2 Writing Forms, Audiences, and Purposes: Demonstrate command of a variety of writing genres, such as: Persuasive

essay, Personal narrative, Research report, Literary resear paper, Descriptive essay, Critique, Response to literature, Parody of a particular narrative style (fable, myth, short

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story), Poetry.

Chapter 14 Chapter 17

Chapter 18 Chapter 20 Chapter 21

Chapter 22 Chapter 23

Chapter 29

The Six Traits of Good Writing Descriptive Writing Personal Writing Persuasive Writing Writing About Literature Creative Writing Writing the Research Paper Critical Thinking

3.2.D.3 Writing Forms, Audiences, and Purposes: Evaluate the impact of an author's decisions regarding tone, word choice, style, content, point of view, literary elements, and literary merit, and produce an interpretation of overall effectiveness.

Chapter 13 Process Chapter 14 Chapter 15 Chapter 17 Chapter 19 Chapter 20 Chapter 22 Chapter 23 Chapter 31

3.2.D.5 Writing Forms, Audiences, and Purposes: When writing, employ structures to support the reader, such as transition words, chronology, hierarchy or sequence, and forms, such as headings and subtitles.

Chapter 13 Process Chapter 18

Introduction to the Writing

The Six Traits of Good Writing Writing Strong Sentences Descriptive Writing Expository Writing Persuasive Writing Creative Writing Writing the Research Paper Study Skills and Test-taking

Introduction to the Writing

Personal Writing

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