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Common Core Coach™ new! ............................................... 3–8. . . . . . . . 4 Crosswalk Coach™ for the Common Core State Standards new! ........................... 3–8. . . . . . 12 Buckle Down® to the Common Core State Standards new! ........................... 3–8. . . . . . 14 Common Core Clinics new! .................................................. 1–8. . . . . . 16 Readiness for Common Core new! ....................................... 3–8. . . . . . 18 Strategies for Success: Math Problem Solving new! ......................................... 3–8. . . . . . 20 PSSA Coach™..................................................................... 1–11. . . . . . 22 PSSA Progress Coach™.......................................................... 3–8. . . . . . 23 PSSA Coach Jumpstart™ 2 Practice Test Booklets.................. 3–8. . . . . . 24 PSSA Coach Jumpstart™ Practice Test Booklets............ 3–8 & 11. . . . . . 25 PSSA Workout........................................................................ 3–8. . . . . . 26 PSSA SkillBridge.................................................................... 3–8. . . . . . 27 Ladders to Success®2 on the Pennsylvania Standards .......... 3–8. . . . . . 28 Ladders to Success® on the PSSA......................................... 3–8. . . . . . 29 Pennsylvania ADP End-of-Course Coach,™ Algebra II................HS. . . . . . 30 Ladders to Success® on the PSSA, Algebra..............................HS. . . . . . 31 Ladders to Success® on the PSSA, Geometry...........................HS. . . . . . 31 Streamline to Proficiency: Algebra I & Geometry.......................HS. . . . . . 32 Write Math!...Open-Ended Questions..................................... 3–8. . . . . . 33 Quickstart Math..................................................................... 1–8. . . . . . 33 Number Pals.......................................................................... K–3. . . . . . 33 English Language Arts

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Common Core Coach™ new! ............................................... 3–8. . . . . . 34 Crosswalk Coach™ for the Common Core State Standards new! ........................... 3–8. . . . . . 42 Buckle Down® to the Common Core State Standards new! ........................... 3–8. . . . . . 44 Common Core Clinics new! .................................................. 1–8. . . . . . 46 Readiness for Common Core new! ....................................... 3–8. . . . . . 48 Best Practices in Reading new! ............................................ 1–8. . . . . . 50 PSSA Coach™..................................................................... 1–11. . . . . . 52 PSSA Progress Coach™.......................................................... 3–8. . . . . . 53 PSSA Coach Jumpstart™ 2 Practice Test Booklets.................. 3–8. . . . . . 54 PSSA Coach Jumpstart™ Practice Test Booklets............ 3–8 & 11. . . . . . 55 PSSA Workout........................................................................ 3–8. . . . . . 56 PSSA SkillBridge.....................................................................3-8. . . . . . 57 Ladders to Success®2 on the Pennsylvania Standards........... 3–8. . . . . . 58 Ladders to Success® on the PSSA......................................... 3–8. . . . . . 59 PSSA Coach™, Writing.................................................. 5, 8 & 11. . . . . . 60 Ladders to Success® on the PSSA, Reading.............................HS. . . . . . 61 Ladders to Success® on the PSSA, Writing...............................HS. . . . . . 61 Write It Out…Open-Ended Questions...................................... 3–8. . . . . . 62 Open-Ended Questions Coach™........................................... 3–10. . . . . . 63 Comprehension Strategies Kit.............................................. 1–5+. . . . . . 64 Countdown Coach.................................................................. 3–8. . . . . . 64 Comprehension Matters......................................................... 3–8. . . . . . 65 Reading Options for Achievement........................................... K–8. . . . . . 65

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PSSA Coach™.............................................................. 4, 8 & 11. . . . . . 66 Ladders to Success® on the Pennsylvania Standards............. 3–8. . . . . . 67 Comprehensive Science Assessment.......................................2-8. . . . . . 67

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Grade Grade33Head OA Represent and solve problems involving multiplication and division. Understand properties of multiplication and the relationship between multiplication and division. Multiply and divide within 100. Solve problems involving the four operations, and identify and explain patterns in arithmetic.

Five domains have been identified by the CCSS for each grade. Common Core Coach provides a set of lessons for each of these five domains, with each lesson aligning to one or more Common Core State Standards. Together, lessons cover all the domain’s standards.

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Domain 2 Number and Operations in Base Ten

Grade Grade55Head OA Write and interpret numerical expressions. Grade Grade44Head NBT Generalize place value understanding for multidigit whole numbers. Use place value understanding and properties of operations to perform multi-digit arithmetic.

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Reading, Writing, and Comparing Whole Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46

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Rounding Whole Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52

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Adding and Subtracting Whole Numbers . . . . . . 58

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Multiplying Whole Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64

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Dividing with One-Digit Divisors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72

Domain 2 Review . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80

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Understand the place value system. Perform operations with multi-digit whole numbers and with decimals to hundredths.

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Engaging Performance Tasks complement instruction with nonDomainskills. 2 Review 83 routine application of domain Activities may be completed over days, and often ask for collaborative work to arrive at solutions.

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Common Core Coach Assessments Grades 3 – 8

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numbers to solve problems. Interpret a multiplication equation as a comparison, e .g ., interpret 35 5 5 3 7 as a statement that 35 is 5 times as many as 7 and 7 times as many as 5 . Represent verbal statements of multiplicative comparison s as multiplication equations . Multiply or divide to solve word problems involving multiplicati ve comparison, e .g ., by 4 .OA .2 using drawings and equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem, distinguishing multiplicati Common Core ve comparison from additive comparison . . . . . . . . . 4 State Standards Solve . multistep word problems posed with whole Operations and Algebraic Thinking numbers and having whole-number answers using the6 four4.OA.1 operations, including problems in . . . . . . . . . . . . . which remainders must be 4 .OA .3 . . . . interpreted . Represent these problems using Interpreting Multiplication Equations equations with a letter standing for the unknown quantity . Assess the reasonable Make ness of answers using mental computatio Using Multiplication and Division to and estimation .strategies n 4.OA.2 including rounding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Comparisons . . . . . Gain familiarity with factors and multiples. 4.OA.3 4 .OA .1

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Materials • Math Tool: Place-Value Models • Fluency Practice, page A8 • Fluency Practice, page A9

Before the Lesson Distribute copies of Math Tool: Place-Value Models. Provide students with an opportunity to use placevalue models to understand and demonstrate the division process with a small dividend . Give a two-digit dividend by one-digit divisor problem, such as 84 4 3 . Guide students through the division of each place . Start by separating the tens models into three equal groups . Then regroup the

example also introduces the inclusion of a 0 in the quotient . Step 4 in the example shows that 1 is not enough to divide by 3 . So a 0 is needed in the quotient . CHECK MP1 To reinforce the relationship between multiplication and division, have students use the multiplication problem provided to check their work . 4,215; The product matches the dividend, so the answer is correct .

remaining tens models into ones, combining with the ones models to divide into three equal groups . Emphasize that each group, or the quotient, has two tens and eight ones .have students show this process using paper and pencil, so they can connect the concrete models to the algorithm .

This example includes a remainder in the quotient . It also differs from the previous example by demonstrating that a quotient can begin in the hundreds place . CHECK MP1 Again, have students use multiplication to check their work . Emphasize that multiplication alone cannot fully check to see if the quotient is correct . Ensure that students are adding the remainder to the product before checking to see if their answer is correct . EXAMPLE C

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12 ones . Each of the four groups has 3 ones . The quotient is shown in each equal group . To connect the concept to procedural understanding, follow the steps of the algorithm for long division to divide 492 by 4 . Emphasize that this division uses the same place-value concepts used previously to split up the quantity into four equal groups . DISCUSS MP1 MP3 Discuss with students how they might use place value to determine the digit in ____ the ones place for the quotient 3672 . Encourage students to use the phrase equal groups in their explanations . Ask questions to elicit the connection between place value and the algorithm for long division . Answers may vary . Possible answer: There are enough hundreds to divide, so divide the hundreds by 3 . 672 4 3 5 224

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Common Errors Students may begin the division process from the ones place or the least place value of the dividend . Remind them that it is important to begin with the greatest place . Students may align digits incorrectly during each step of the division process . Students can use lined paper, set vertically, to help them align each place value or column . In a division problem with 0 in the quotient, students may not write a 0 in the quotient and divide as usual . Remind them that if there’s not enough to divide by the divisor, they need to first write a 0 in the quotient . Then bring down the next digit to have enough to continue dividing .

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Reading lessons

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Reading

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Historical nonfiction

Common Core Coach instructs in close reading of complex text—a central guiding principle of the standards.

Look at this

photograph of President Franklin Roosevelt addressing the nation in the 1930s. What do you think the president told the people about how he and the government would help them through hard economic times?

The first part of every reading lesson is whole group and teacher-led. EssEntial QuEstion How does historical nonfiction help us understand the world today?

The lesson purpose 69 is set with an openended question about the genre focus. Lesson 4 • Reading Historical Nonfiction

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Skills are instructed in the context of reading passages, importantly directing students to read and interact with text carefully and intensively.

With Common Core Coach, nothing is taught in isolation. You’ll cover clusters of skills that make sense together—always in the context of reading passages and writing samples.

Comprehension Check

Look back at “This Time Was Different” and “President Roosevelt’s steps Fireside Chat.” What did people learn from the Dust Bowl? What again? did they take to prevent such a devastating drought from happening the How did each of these steps help? Use this information to complete chart below.

Listen and Learn Consider

Steps

In what ways is historical nonfiction especially valuable when it is told by firsthand witnesses or by participants in an event?

1. Farmers planted lines of trees next to their fields.

Do accounts told by people who took part in an event always give us the clearest picture of that event? FIRSTHAND ACCOUNT President Roosevelt says, “I have been on a journey,” and describes what he saw. That means that this text is a firsthand account by someone who participated in the historical events described. How does that make this account different from “This Time Was Different”?

2. Government programs helped build reservoirs.

President Roosevelt’s

Fireside Chat 1

During the hard economic times of the 1930s, President Franklin D. Roosevelt often spoke to the nation through informal radio addresses, known as “fireside chats.” The following is part of his fireside chat given in September of 1936, in the middle of the Dust Bowl era.

Listen and Learn

Vocabulary 3.

I have been on a journey. . . . I went primarily to see at first hand conditions in the drought states; to see how effectively Federal and local authorities are taking care of pressing problems of relief and also how they are to work together to defend the people of this country against the effects of future droughts.

MAIN IDEA The main idea of this section is that the president saw great hardship in the areas he visited. What details or facts support the main idea?

4.

I saw drought devastation in nine states. I talked with families who had lost their wheat crop, lost their corn crop, lost their livestock, lost the water in their well, lost their garden and come through to the end of the summer without one dollar of cash resources, facing a winter without feed or food—facing a planting season without seed to put in the ground. 5

Use the word map below to help you define and use one of the highlighted vocabulary words from the Share and Learn reading or another word your teacher assigns you.

perilous

module

lunar

gravitational

atmosphere

unbearable

Synonyms

Antonyms

My word

That was the extreme case, but there are thousands and thousands of families on western farms who share the same difficulties.

In this lesson, the whole class will read and analyze the topic just completed President Roosevelt often gave fireside chats to help presented now as a firsthand people account— understand the problems that the country comparing treatments and faced addressing a in the 1930s. CCSS requirement to make connections Lesson 4 • Reading Historical Nonfiction or oral between text74versions and visual presentations of text. CC12_ELA_G4_SE_L04.indd 74

After reading these two selections, the class works together to complete a Comprehension Graphic Organizer How the Steps Helped wind theVocabulary blocka and Word Map before The trees helped and prevent erosion. moving on to peer group work.

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Other forms

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My sentence

Share and Learn Consider

Leveled reading selections are reproducible—included with Common Core Coach Teacher’s Manual. Passages are also available online.

Critical thinking questions guide peer group discussion and interaction with the text.

What does this article have in common with the earlier passages?

In what ways is Commander Jim Lovell’s outlook similar to President Roosevelt’s outlook?

Jim Lovell: Stranded in Space 1

HISTORICAL NONFICTION Is this passage a firsthand or secondhand account? How can you tell?

3 . . . 2 . . . 1 . . . Blast off! A young teenager named Jim Lovell set off a rocket that bolted 80 feet into the air, staggered, exploded—and then crashed. The launch of Lovell’s first rocket, which he had built with help from his friends and chemistry teacher, was a breathtaking and beautiful failure. But that didn’t stop him from hoping to fly a real rocket one day. Lovell pursued his dream at the U.S. Naval Academy, where he was a test pilot. One of his jobs was to land his jet on an aircraft carrier runway at night. It was a perilous task that required a cool head and nerves of steel.

ASK AND ANSWER QUESTIONS What question can you ask and answer about this section to make sure you understand its main idea?

Share and Learn

Anchor Standard Discussion Questions Discuss the following questions with your peer group. Then record your answers in the space provided. 1. What can you infer about how Jim Lovell felt when his crew failed to land on the moon? Support your answer with details from the text “Jim Lovell: Stranded in Space.”

Share and Learn

Comprehension Check landed on the moon, which had been their original

Courtesy of NASA

Courtesy of NASA

1. The crew of Apollo 13 never In 1962, NASA selected the young thought of as heroes after returning to Earth? goal. Why do you think they were 2. One theme that runs through “President Roosevelt’s Fireside Chat” is that test pilot for its astronaut program. people need to maintain hope to see their problems through. How does Roosevelt support his message that farmers need to have hope? Do you Lovell was going to do what he had think he is successful in delivering the message? Support your answers with always dreamed of doing—fly rockets. evidence from the text. Lovell spent hundreds of hours in space the explosion had on two of the early Gemini missions in 2. In what ways would the Apollo 13 crisis have been different if How would happened on the lunar module instead of the command module? the mid-1960s. Then, in 1968, he was a Jim Lovell and the thechallenges that the astronauts faced have been more or less serious? crew of the Odyssey pilot and navigator on the Apollo 8 mission. For the first time ever, humans took off and headed for the moon on left Earth’s orbit and journeyed to the April 11, 1970. moon. However, the Apollo 8 mission days with was to enter the moon’s orbit, not to land on the moon’s 3. After the accident, Jim Lovell and his crew went more than three stayed little food, water, or sleep. During this time, why do you think they surface. As Neil Armstrong’s backup, Lovell would have to hopeful that they would make it home? watch on television as astronauts from the Apollo 11 mission Lesson 4 • Reading Historical Nonfiction walked on the moon in 1969. Lovell hoped that he would walk on the moon on his next mission, Apollo 13.

In peer groups, students read and analyze a new text together, applying the same 80 Lesson 4 • Reading Historical Nonfiction strategies and skills learned in the preceding “whole group,” teacher-led selections.

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Read On Your Own

Students individually check their comprehension of the selection they have read with their peer groups, continuing their move toward independence.

Read another historical nonfiction text, “A Meeting of Minds,” what you learned in this lesson and check ApplyAM independently. 4/11/12 11:15 your understanding.

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Each reading lesson includes one independent selection written at three different levels—approaching, on, and above level. Students now practice independently the same skills they learned and applied in the previous sections of the lesson.

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Writing lessons

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Common Core Coach alternates between reading and writing lessons throughout each grade, with speaking and listening—necessary prerequisites of reading and writing—woven throughout.

As with reading lessons, each writing lesson opens with a vivid photograph and targeted open-ended question.

What’s a Personal Narrative?

Lesson

Perhaps you enjoy hiking, but you once got lost in the woods. Or you like to cook, but the scrambled eggs you made on your mom’s birthday burned to a crisp. Maybe you love basketball but are afraid you’ll never be tall enough to be a good player. Or maybe you like to play chess and are having a hard time starting a chess club. All of these experiences could be written about as personal narratives.

Writing

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Personal narratives

In a personal narrative, you describe a personal experience and share what you learned or describe how you changed as a result of an experience. Or, you can simply tell about something funny that happened to you. A personal narrative is organized like a fictional narrative, with a beginning, middle, and end.

Beginning Introduce the event, the people involved, and the setting. Include details that will make readers want to read more.

If you like an activity, like swimming, you’ll probably get better at it, right? But what happens if the activity is difficult? Would you give up? Would you try harder? Think about an activity that you especially like. It might be a sport, a craft, or a game. Why do you like it? Do you want to get better at doing it? Have you ever been discouraged or felt like giving up? How did you keep going? How could you share your experience with others? One way would be to write a personal narrative.

Middle Describe events as they happen, from beginning to end. Build suspense and interest with engaging dialogue and vivid description.

Ending Complete the narrative by summarizing what you learned from the experience.

EssEntial QuEstion Let’s look at a personal narrative.

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Why do people enjoy reading personal narratives?

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Writing lessons include whole-group instruction and independent process writing, and each provides: • Template and guidelines for conducting peer reviews • Mini lessons on grammar, mechanics, and word choice and usage • Suggestions for ways to publish finished pieces digitally

Writing Process

Now that you have read and analyzed a personal narrative, you are going to create your own by following these steps of the writing process.

1. Get Ready: Brainstorm

List several activities you might want to write about. Choose your favorite for your narrative.

2. Organize

Use a graphic organizer to organize events and details and to plan your narrative.

3. Draft

Try It!

Now Now itit is is time time to to begin begin the the first first draft draft of of your your personal personal narrative. narrative. Remember, Remember, your your draft draft does does not not have have to to be be perfect! perfect! This This is is the the time time to to use use your your notes, notes, get get your your experience experience down down in in some some sort sort of of organized organized way, way, and and have have fun. fun. You You will will have have time time to to revise revise your your writing writing later. later. Start Start by by drafting drafting your your narrative narrative on on aa computer computer or or on on aa separate separate sheet sheet of of paper. paper. Tell Tell about about your your favorite favorite activity activity and and why why you you like like it. it.

Work with a partner to evaluate and improve your draft.

6. EditYou Check work A good beginning gets your reader’s attention. can your begin withcarefully for spelling, punctuation, and grammar errors. a question, a quotation, or an interesting or funny detail. 7. Publish

Create a final version of your personal narrative.

Be sure to state your favorite activity in the opening paragraphs.

Writing Assignment

Use a transitional word or phrase to introduce each event.

first, first,next, next,then, then,while, while,later, later,during, during,last, last, meanwhile, meanwhile,afterwards, afterwards,consequently, consequently,finally finally

In this lesson, you will write your own personal narrative. As you create this narrative, remember the elements of the mentor text that were most effective.

Organize events in the order in which they happened. Read the following assignment.

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Include lively details and dialogue that showThink howof you feel about a favorite activity. Choose something that you have fun doing, your favorite activity. have worked really hard at, or are really proud of. Why is that activity important to you? Did you ever make a mistake or feel discouraged while doing Did something really funny ever happen while you were doing the At the end, summarize what you learned from theit? experience. What have you learned from that activity? What would you like to Try to write an ending that your readers will activity? remember.

The The author author of of the the mentor mentor text text uses uses transitional transitional words words and and phrases phrases to to begin begin her her second, second, third, third, and and fifth fifth paragraphs. paragraphs.

say about that activity to an audience?

Tips for Writing Your First Draft TRANSITIONAL TRANSITIONAL PHRASES PHRASES Read Read this this section section of of the the mentor mentor text. text. Circle the Circle the transitional transitional phrase phrase that that introduces introduces the the event. event. Underline Underline the the other other transitional transitional phrases phrases in in the the paragraph. paragraph.

Create the first draft of your personal narrative.

4. Peer Review

Transitional Transitional words words and and phrases phrases help help writing writing flow flow smoothly. smoothly. They They also also help help readers readers understand understand how how events events are are connected. connected. Here Here are are some some common common transitional transitional words words and and phrases phrases that that help help to to link link events events in in aa time time sequence. sequence.

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On a computer or a separate sheet of paper, write the draft of your personal narrative. Remember to use transitional words and phrases to show the order of events. Use this drafting checklist to help you you write. 5. as Revise Use suggestions from your peer review to revise your personal narrative.

Writer’s Writer’s Craft: Craft: Using Using Transitional Transitional Words Words and and Phrases Phrases

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Write Your First Draft

Write three to six paragraphs describing the activity and your experience doing it. Get your readers interested by sharing what you know!

• Talk with a classmate about your topic. Explain what you like about your Lesson 5 •questions. Writing Personal Narratives favorite activity. Encourage the classmate92to ask you This is a great warm-up to get you started!

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Part 2: Language Arts This passage contains mistakes. Read the passage and answer the questions that follow.

The Vet Visit

Four Benchmark Assessments monitor progress and help direct extra support. The Summative Assessment gauges year-end proficiency in required skills and strategies.

Does your fictional narrative 20 Benchmark Assessment 1 introduce a narrator and/or characters?

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Share and Learn

Jim Lovell: Stranded in Space

Overview

Student Edition pages 80–85

Students will listen to or watch a video of a speech and analyze it in regard to its accuracy, facts, purpose, and overall effectiveness

Now have students break into groups and read the Share and Learn passage together

Technology note: The class will need access to a television with a DVD player or a computer with Internet access and a projector, or an audio player

Peer Group Learning Checklist

Time required: One or two days of class time: one class period for listening and discussion, and an optional final listening and discussion the following day, in which students spend some time analyzing their own critical processes

For general information about setting up cooperative learning groups, see pages x–xiii in the Introduction Before class … ✔ Decide how you will group students For this passage, heterogeneous groups of three to five students are recommended

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✔ As groups read, review, and write, circulate around the room Check that students are answering their assigned questions and that group members are being respectful in discussions Use questions such as the ones provided in the sidebars on the Student Edition pages to check for understanding

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Analyzing a Speech

Common Core State Standards SL.4.2, SL.4.3

Materials needed: A video or an audio presentation of a short speech that will be meaningful to students without the need for much background information Some suggestions are an excerpt from one of the current president’s yearly back-to-school speeches or from a speech made by a well-known historical figure, like President John F Kennedy or Martin Luther King, Jr

with answers or want to add to answers, remind them to do so in a respectful manner and to be supportive of one another

21st Century Student Outcomes Listen effectively to decipher meaning, including knowledge, values, attitudes, and intentions Know how to judge the effectiveness of media

Possible answers to the questions are below

Use communication for a range of purposes (e g , to inform, instruct, motivate, and persuade) Articulate thoughts and ideas effectively using oral, written, and nonverbal communication skills in a variety of forms and contexts Evaluate information critically and competently

Page 80, ASk AND ANSWer QueStiONS—What had Lovell always dreamed of doing? [flying rockets]; What did Lovell hope to do on the Apollo 13 mission? [walk on the moon] Page 81, cAuSe AND eFFect—Circled sentence: An oxygen tank had exploded, leaving a gaping hole in the side of the service module Underlined sentences: Suddenly they heard a loud bang, and the spacecraft shuddered A high-pitched alarm sounded in the command module Warning lights flashed on the spacecraft’s control panels

The dials said there was not enough battery power to run the lights, heat, and electronic equipment

2 Frontload the clip with background information so the students know what to listen for

Page 82, MAke cONNectiONS—Mission Control needed to figure out how to get the astronauts back home by determining how much fuel and oxygen was left in the module Underlined words: First, The next These words indicate that the astronauts and Mission Control will work together to take steps in logical order to solve the problem

The Learning Checklist provides guidance for managing 68 • Lesson 4: Reading Historical peer Nonfiction group discussion.

Speaking and Listening Projects help students Post a list of questions that students should try to answer as they listen to the speech Some suggestions are range of theinteractive bulleted below Revise the questions to adapt them to theexercise particular speech youa have selected Go over questions before students listen to or view the speech so they will be prepared to mentally ask the questions as they listen oral communication and • What are the facts of the speech? interpersonal skills—essential • How does the speaker support his or her main points? CCSS competencies.

1 Select an excerpt from a speech that is meaningful to students The excerpt should be no longer than five to seven minutes, and students must either listen to or watch the speech, not read it

Page 81, cOMPAre AND cONtrASt—Lovell and his crew most likely felt calm in paragraph 4 because up to that point, the mission had gone smoothly In paragraph 6, the crew most likely felt tense and scared because an oxygen tank had exploded

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Master Pennsylvania’s 15 Most Challenging Skills! Get effective intervention solutions for struggling readers with scaffolded support from SkillBridge! You’ll zero in on the 15 reading skills that students find most challenging on the PSSA. SkillBridge is unique in its solid research foundation—all skills covered have been determined by extensively analyzing state test results. With a focus on skills acquisition and a scaffolded pedagogical approach, students move from guided practice to independent work, and gain confidence as they build grade-level comprehension!

Highlights • Build a Bridge sidebars expand on lesson content and enhance understanding, while providing immediate practice opportunities for students to apply what they’ve learned • Make Connections sections reinforce the skill-related theme of the lesson with Pennsylvania references • Fiction, nonfiction, and poetry reading passages throughout • Word banks identify key words highlighted in the text • Illustrations support instruction

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Skills Practice & Review from Your Favorite Resource! Due to the popularity and effectiveness of our original Ladders reading series, we have created Ladders2—with enhanced features to reach students below grade level. You’ll guide struggling readers up to skill mastery with three levels per lesson that promote PSSA success! This student-friendly series contains leveled lessons that focus on 10 key fundamental skills crucial to reading success. Each lesson provides explicit, systematic instruction on basic skills and concepts. What’s New about Ladders2?

Correlated to the Common Core State Standards!

• Brand-new content with fresh practice questions and review • Correlated to the PSSA and Common Core State Standards • Special E-News section that will captivate students with stories from around the world • Enhanced graphics and a clear design layout

Highlights • 10 lessons contain 14 pages of targeted practice and instruction per skill • Seven important reading strategies are introduced with ample opportunities to apply them • Developed specifically for basic and below-basic students who struggle with on-grade work and need a boost to get up to grade level • Lower reading levels remove the barrier to learning the skills • A one-page Pretest in each lesson measures student abilities; a two-page Posttest assesses student proficiency • “Word Power” section introduces new words and word groups

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ORDERING INFORMATION Ladders to Success2, Reading Level/Grade

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TAL-316PA

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TAL-318PA

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TAL-319PA

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Ladders to Success on the PSSA Level C – H • Grades 3 – 8 STUDENT BOOK

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Below-Level Students Can Master Skills Essential to PSSA Success! A classroom favorite, Ladders caters specifically to the needs of students who are performing below grade level. These high-interest workbooks are designed to help struggling students master 10 fundamental, gradeappropriate reading skills—skills that are essential to success both in the curriculum and on the PSSA. Importantly, this series reflects our collaboration with Pennsylvania educators, who helped us identify and incorporate essential program features. Readability leveled by Lexile®.

Correlated to the Common Core State Standards!

Highlights • Ten 14-page scaffolded lessons in every book—one lesson on each core skill • Gradual progression of readability—from 1.5 grades below level to on level—so there is no barrier to learning the skills • Lots of structured practice and support to ensure student mastery for the PSSA • Skill Scorecard allows students to keep track of their progress • Developed specifically for basic and below-basic students who struggle with on-grade work and need a boost to get up to grade level • Diagnostic Quiz and Posttest on each skill to assess student proficiency • Correlated to Pennsylvania’s Assessment Anchors and to PSSA Assessment Anchors Reading Coach

ORDERING INFORMATION Ladders to Success, Reading Level/Grade C/3

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TAL-128PA

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TAL-129PA

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PSSA Coach, Writing Grades 5, 8 & 11 STUDENT BOOK

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All in One! Diagnose, Instruct, Practice & Assess Our PSSA Writing Coach thoroughly prepares Pennsylvania students for the challenging PSSA writing assessment. Instruction aligns with the five Domains—Focus, Content Development, Organization, Conventions, and Style—that students must master to achieve a high score. There is extensive coverage of each of the three grade-appropriate modes assessed on the PSSA— Narrative (Grade 5), Informational, and Persuasive. A section on Conventions teaches the mechanics of good writing, helping students succeed on the multiple-choice portion of the exam. At the end of each chapter, students have the chance to score writing samples using PSSA scoring guidelines. Pretest and Posttest are included along with a Writing Handbook, a Conventions Handbook, a compilation of spelling rules, and a list of commonly misspelled words.

Highlights • Fully aligned to Pennsylvania’s Writing Standards and Domains • Covers all five Domains—Focus, Content Development, Organization, Conventions, and Style—and all three grade-appropriate PSSA modes: Narrative, Informational, and Persuasive • Two FREE full-length Practice Tests, matched to the PSSA exam in content, format, and style • Teacher’s Guide includes sample responses for writing prompts • Item-specific Scoring Guidelines for Practice Tests in the Teacher’s Guide

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TAL-110PA

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TAL-111PA

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TAL-112PA

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Ladders to Success on the PSSA High School STUDENT BOOK

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The Ideal Program for Struggling High School Students! Boost at-risk students up to grade level and help them achieve success on the PSSA! Our Ladders books cater specifically to the needs of students who are performing below proficiency level. Your students will master fundamental skills essential to success both in the curriculum and on the PSSA. Each 10-page lesson focuses on one skill and is divided into three scaffolded mini-lessons (steps) that gradually guide students up the learning ladder. Plus, you’ll find graphic organizers and multiplechoice, short-answer, and extended-response questions throughout! Everything you need! • Developed specifically for struggling students and those who need a boost to get up to grade level • Ladders Reading contains 14 lessons on author’s purpose, context clues, compare and contrast, and more • Ladders Writing contains 12 lessons on punctuation; sentence structure; persuasive, informational, and narrative writing; and more

Highlights • Lots of structured practice and support to ensure student mastery for the PSSA • Reporting Scorecard allows students to keep track of their progress • Comprehensive, Diagnostic Test at the beginning of the book • Independent lesson reviews throughout • Correlated to the Pennsylvania Assessment Anchors

ORDERING INFORMATION Ladders to Success, Reading & Writing Grade/Subject

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TAL-221PA

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ELA Write It Out: Mastering Short and Extended Responses to Open-Ended Questions, Levels C–H • Grades 3–8 STUDENT BOOK

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Transform your students into confident and skillful writers! This effective series provides key writing strategies and boosts test scores. Intensive instruction focuses on specific techniques that will serve students in all of their writing efforts, especially in responding to open-ended questions. Support your classroom with: • Content that emphasizes revision when constructing a response • Examples of good and poor writing that clearly illustrate what students should aspire to, and what they should avoid • Coverage that includes reading, analysis of questions, and the process of writing successful responses to open-ended items

HigHligHts • Lessons with varied types of open-ended questions • Step-by-step, guided support for composing complete and high-scoring answers • Strategies for writing answers that range from a few sentences to long, multi-paragraph essays • “Tools & Tips” section in each unit with useful writing hints • “Score Builder” in every unit helps students analyze and improve their own writing

ORDERING INFORMATION Write It Out Level/Grade

Item #

C/3

TAL-125NA

D/4

TAL-126NA

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TAL-127NA

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TAL-128NA

G/7

TAL-129NA

H/8

TAL-130NA

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Open-Ended Questions Coach Levels C –J • Grades 3 – 10 STUDENT BOOK

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Read, Think, Write, Assess, Improve This easy-to-master, five-step approach —Read, Think, Write, Assess, Improve —teaches your students to tackle open-ended questions strategically, boosting their ability and their confidence. In fact, students will find they can apply these steps to any question type, making them better overall test takers! Support your classroom with: • Step-by-step instruction that demonstrates how to best answer questions requiring information, explanations, descriptions, summaries, or comparisons • Practice exercises that contain short- and longresponse items, allowing students to utilize their writing skills • Easy-to-read text that helps students at all levels master the strategy-based responses • Engaging content that promotes comprehension and closely matches the format of statestandardized tests

HIGHLIGHTS HigHligHts

• Compelling reading selections in a variety of genres • Lessons with varied types of open-ended questions • Helpful summaries of each lesson’s main points and skills • Step-by-step, guided support for composing complete • and Sample essay in answers each lesson and sample tests both high-scoring include rubrics for self-assessment • Strategies for writing answers that range from a few sentences to long, multi-paragraph essays • “Tools & Tips” section in each unit with useful writing hints • “Score Builder” in every unit helps students analyze and improve their own writing

ORDERING INFORMATION Open-Ended Questions Coach, ELA Level/Grade

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C/3

TAL-56NA

D/4

TAL-57NA

E/5

TAL-58NA

F/6

TAL-59NA

G/7

TAL-60NA

H/8

TAL-61NA

I/9

TAL-62NA

J/10

TAL-104NA

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ELA

Classroom Resources Levels A – H • Grades 1 – 8

FICTION and NONFICTION!

Comprehension Strategies Kit Grades 1–5+ Use it for just 20–25 minutes a day to increase understanding of the six key comprehension strategies necessary to boost student achievement: monitor and clarify, make connections, visualize, ask questions, infer and predict, and summarize. Each kit includes: • 1 portable box—fiction or nonfiction • 18 fiction or nonfiction Modeling Transparencies • 12 copies of wipe-off fiction or nonfiction Interactive Practice Cards for each of the 6 strategies (72 total) • 18 four-page fiction or nonfiction leveled reading selections (6 copies each, 108 total) • 12 black erasable markers • 158-page Teacher’s Guide and a Resource CD-ROM

The Countdown Coach Levels C–H | Grades 3–8 Count down to the reading test with this effective resource. With scaffolded instruction, engaging passages, and intensive extra practice in required reading skills, every learner in your class will improve comprehension. Countdown teaches students twelve key reading strategies. Each reading selection gives students a chance to apply these strategies with fifteen multiple-choice questions and an open-ended question. • Develops higher-order reading and thinking skills • Provides students with hints and key reinforcement • Increases familiarity and reduces test anxiety

Comprehension Strategies Kit, Reading READING LEVELS: Choose the range of readabilities to match the needs of your students. Kit Level Readability

Fiction 1-Box Kit Item #

Nonfiction 1-Box Kit Item #

Fiction + Nonfiction 2-Box Kit Item #

Kit A 1.0–3.0

TAL-32661.1

TAL-32662.1

TAL-32828.1

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TAL-32740.1

TAL-32741.1

Kit 1 2.0–5.0

TAL-30237.1

TAL-30231.1

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TAL-30238.1

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TAL-30239.1

349

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The Countdown Coach, Reading Grade

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TAL-25PK

TAL-32829.1

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TAL-26PK

TAL-30243.1

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TAL-27PK

TAL-30232.1

TAL-30244.1

F/6

TAL-28PK

TAL-30233.1

TAL-30245.1

G/7

TAL-29PK

H/8

TAL-30PK

Nonfiction Kit

679

$

99 Fiction Kit +

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ELA

Supplemental Tools Levels K – H • Grades K – 8

Reading Options for Achievement

Comprehension Matters Levels C–H | Grades 3–8 Give students the tools to build understanding and excel on standardized reading tests with practice in key comprehension skills. Perfect for use in the classroom or for academic intervention, summer school, ELL, test preparation, and Title I programs!

Grades K–8 Teach comprehension and vocabulary skills with high-interest articles and stories! Each level is organized thematically with an emphasis on nonfiction reading selections. Identical thematic topics continue across each grade level, allowing instruction to be individualized within one class. Every lesson focuses on just two skills to provide intensive instruction, practice and application.

Motivate kids with high-interest content.

Comprehension Matters Single-Level Set Level/Grade

Item #

C/3

TAL-2880.0

D/4

TAL-2881.0

E/5

TAL-2882.0

F/6

TAL-2883.0

G/7

TAL-2884.0

H/8

TAL-2885.0

Price

12499

$

ea.

Each set includes: 5 copies of each skill-specific workbook & 1 Teacher’s Guide. Total Number of Student Books: 25

TAL-2876.0

D/4, E/5, F/6

TAL-2877.0

E/5, F/6, G/7

TAL-2878.0

F/6, G/7, H/8

TAL-2879.0

Teacher’s Guide #

ea.

K/P

TAL-1300.1

TAL-1301.0

Each set includes: 5 copies of each skill-specific workbook for three levels & 1 Teacher’s Guide for each level. Total Number of Student Books: 75

A/1

TAL-1302.1

TAL-1303.0

B/2

TAL-1304.1

TAL-1305.0

11+ copies

C/3

TAL-1306.1

TAL-1307.0

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D/4

TAL-1308.1

TAL-1309.0

E/5

TAL-1310.1

TAL-1311.0

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30499

$

Complete-Level Set

E/5 F/6

17999

$

G/7 H/8

TAL-2875.0

Reading Options for Achievement Item #

C/3 D/4

• Finding Main Idea • Understanding Sequence • Figurative Language • Making Predictions • Understanding Author’s Purpose And more!

Grade

Multi-Level Set C/3, D/4, E/5

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ea.

Each set includes: 1 copy of each skill-specific workbook for levels C –H (Grades 3 –8) & 1 Teacher’s Guide for each level.Total Number of Student Books: 30

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TAL-1312.1

TAL-1313.0

G/7

TAL-1314.1

TAL-1315.0

H/8

TAL-1316.1

TAL-1317.0

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FREE Answer Key for Grades 2–8

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PSSA Coach Assessment Anchors Grades 4, 8 & 11 STUDENT BOOK

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All in One! Diagnose, Instruct, Practice & Assess Give your students a solid foundation in assessed science skills with Coach—and get complete preparation for the PSSA. Fully aligned to the Pennsylvania Assessment Anchors, Coach has everything you need! • Chapters cover grade-appropriate subjects such as: the nature of science, organisms and the environment, matter, energy, force and motion, Earth and space, biological sciences, and more! • Coach provides clear instruction to help students learn key information and develop higher-order thinking skills • Each lesson includes a discussion question and review questions; Chapter Reviews mimic the state test • Lots of multiple-choice and extended-response questions give students crucial practice • Authentic Practice Tests help students gain familiarity with the PSSA • Invaluable tips and strategies throughout build student confidence before test day

Highlights • FREE full-length, fully aligned Pretest and Posttest, modeled after the PSSA • Engaging art and graphic organizers to complement the lessons • “Did You Know?” sections with high-interest facts • Highlighted key words and a glossary to reinforce vocabulary used on the actual PSSA • Teacher’s Guide with answer key, Progress Analysis Charts, Correlation Chart, bubble sheets for students, and rubrics

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4

TAL-163PA

8

TAL-167PA

21+ copies

TAL-170PA

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11

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999

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SCIENCE

Comprehensive Support Levels B – H • Grades 2 – 8

Comprehensive Science Assessment

Ladders to Success, Science Levels C–H | Grades 3–8 You can strengthen science knowledge with our Ladders to Success science books! Like our best-selling reading and mathematics series, Ladders Science caters specifically to the needs of students who are performing below grade level. Each book covers 10 grade-appropriate topics: inquiry, energy, matter, forces and motion, Earth cycles, understanding living things, adaptations, and more. Topics are divided into three scaffolded lessons that gradually guide students up to on-level proficiency. • Lots of structured practice and support to ensure student mastery for the state test • Science Scorecard allows teachers to diagnose areas where students need instruction • Developed specifically for struggling students and those who need a boost to get up to grade level

Grades 2–8 With Comprehensive Science Assessment, you’ll get easy-to-follow interactive science lessons and practice questions that focus on key concepts. • Two full-length science assessments diagnose instructional needs • Science vocabulary, multiple-choice and short-response questions throughout • Concept maps, diagrams, charts, and graphs enhance student understanding

Comprehensive Science Assessment

Ladders to Success, Science Level/Grade C/3

TAL -286NA

D/4

TAL -287NA

E/5

TAL -288NA

F/6

TAL -289NA

G/7

TAL -290NA

H/8

TAL -291NA

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TAL-1944.1

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TAL-1946.1

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TAL-1948.1

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