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Essential Guide to Language, Writing, and Literature, Blue Level / New Jersey Cumulative Progress Indicators Correlation - p. 7



3.2.D.6 Writing Forms, Audiences, and Purposes: Compile and synthesize information for everyday and workplace purposes, such as job applications, resumes, business letters, and college applications.

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

3.2.D.7 Writing Forms, Audiences, and Purposes: Demonstra personal style and voice effectively to support the purpose and engage the audience of a piece of writing.

te Chapter 13 Introduction to the Writing Process Chapter 14 The Six Traits of Good Writing

Chapter 18 Personal Writing Chapter 22 Creative Writing

3.3.A.4 Discussion: Summarize and evaluate tentative conclusions and take the initiative in moving discussions to the next stage.

Chapter 29 Critical Thinking

3.3.B.2 Questioning (Inquiry) and Contributing: Extend peer contributions by elaboration and illustration.

Chapter 27 Speeches and Presentations

3.3.B.5 Questioning (Inquiry) and Contributing: Question critically the position or viewpoint of an author.

Chapter 29 Critical Thinking

3.3.D.1 Oral Presentation: Speak for a variety of purposes (e.g., persuasion, information, entertainment, literary interpretation, dramatization, personal expression).

Chapter 27 Speeches and Presentations

3.3.D.2 Oral Presentation: Use a variety of organizational strategies (e.g., focusing idea, attention getters, clinchers, repetition, transition words).

Chapter 27 Speeches and Presentations

3.3.D.5 Oral Presentation: Modify oral communications through sensing audience confusion, and make impromptu revisions in oral presentation (e.g., summarizing, restating, adding illustrations/details).

Chapter 27 Speeches and Presentations Chapter 29 Critical Thinking

3.4.A.1 Active Listening: Explore and reflect on ideas while hearing and focusing attentively.

Chapter 29 Critical Thinking

3.4.A.2 Active Listening: Listen skillfully to distinguish emotive and persuasive rhetoric.

Chapter 29 Critical Thinking

3.4.A.3 Active Listening: Demonstrate appropriate listener response to ideas in a persuasive speech, oral interpretation of a literary selection, or scientific or educational presentation.

Chapter 29 Critical Thinking

3.4.B.1 Listening Comprehension: Listen to summarize, make judgments, and evaluate.

Chapter 29 Critical Thinking

3.4.B.3 Listening Comprehension: Determine when propaganda and argument are used in oral forms.

Chapter 29 Critical Thinking

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