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2021-09-17T11:57:17-04:00

Student Guide: Informational Writing

Description The tools in this guide will help you earn ratings for all the skills in the competency ELA.4 Writing Informational Texts. Read through the skills and indicators on the continuum for ELA.4 Writing Informational Texts so you understand how your teachers will rate your performance. Author: Jessica Thacher [...]

2021-09-17T11:52:40-04:00

Student Guide: Expressing Ideas

Description This guide will help prepare you to clearly and effectively express ideas—in written, oral, and other forms—for particular purposes and audiences, using diverse formats and settings to inform, persuade, and connect with others. It will also help you earn ratings for all the skills in the competency ELA.2 Expressing Ideas. Use [...]

2021-09-17T11:42:50-04:00

Student Guide: Science Technical Writing

Description Technical writing is a form of communication used in many occupational fields. The role of technical writing is to share information in a professional setting. One common form of technical writing is instructional manuals. In science, students will practice technical writing in a lab report. Author: Jim Novak [...]

2021-09-17T11:05:50-04:00

Learning Activity Guide: Cornell Notes

Note taking is an important skill for recording information—and your response to that information—for later review. When you take notes, you actively process information as you read, listen, or watch. You make meaning as you ask questions, jot down reactions, and summarize. Author: Created by reDesign LLC in partnership with B-21 [...]

2021-09-17T11:02:02-04:00

Learning Activity Template: Photo Drop

Description People often say, “a picture is worth a thousand words.” Photographs have the power to capture a moment and make us think, question, and feel. But because images constantly bombard us, we rarely take the time to look closely. Author: Created by reDesign LLC in partnership with B-21 © [...]

2021-09-17T10:59:40-04:00

Learning Activity Template: Cornell Notes

Description Note taking is an important skill for recording information—and your response to that information—for later review. When you take notes, you actively process information as you read, listen, or watch. You make meaning as you ask questions, jot down reactions, and summarize. Author: Created by reDesign LLC in partnership [...]