B. Demonstrate comprehension of print and electronic text by responding to questions (e.g., literal, inferential, evaluative and synthesizing).
Reading Applications: Informational, Technical and Persuasive Text
D. Explain and analyze how an author appeals to an audience and develops an argument or viewpoint in text.
E. Utilize multiple sources pertaining to a singular topic to critique the various ways authors develop their ideas (e.g., treatment, scope and organization).
A. Formulate writing ideas and identify a topic appropriate to the purpose and audience.
B. Determine the usefulness of organizers and apply appropriate pre-writing tasks.
C. Edit to improve sentence fluency, grammar and usage.
F. Prepare writing for publication that is legible follows an appropriate format and uses techniques such as electronic resources and graphics.
D. Use documented textual evidence to justify interpretations of literature or to support a research topic.
A. Formulate open-ended research questions suitable for investigation and adjust questions as necessary while research is conducted.
B. Evaluate the usefulness and credibility of data and sources.
C. Organize information from various resources and select appropriate sources to support central ideas, concepts and themes.
D. Use style guides to produce oral and written reports that give proper credit for sources (e.g., words, ideas, images and information) and include an acceptable format for source acknowledgement.
E. Communicate findings, reporting on the substance and processes orally, visually and in writing or through multimedia.
Interviewing conference with whole class on mock student research skills.
Think-Pair-Share Peer Discussion.
Day 1: Pre-assessment activity with mock student research and review instruction in proper MLA citation techniques
Day 1 homework: Online journaling
Day 2: Think-pair-share peer discussion
Day 3: School media center effective search techniques tutorial and student practice
Day 3 homework: Apply practice at public library
Day 4: INFOhio effective search techniques tutorial and student practice
Day 5: Instruction and practice in creating annotations from a variety of collected nonfiction sources
Days 6-9: Plan, create, proofread, and prepare Web-based annotated and evaluated bibliography
Day 10: Sharing and peer critique of annotated and evaluated bibliography
· Student topic choice
· Individual or group work
· Varied number of required sources
· Alternatives to Web-based publication
Access of materials from college library.
Included in daily activity section.
Through extensions and other academic subjects, students can apply skills learned to research topics.
Novice, annotation, citation, key word search, subject search, bibliography, credibility, online databases, electronic resources, inference, scope, evaluation, documentation, formal language, print, and non-print
Internet, INFOhio, Winnebago electronic card catalog, Web publishing software
ODE Content Standards for Language Arts and Guidelines for
Record observations and suggested modifications to facilitate instruction and student learning in the lesson.
List and attach any additional materials created for the lesson, including student handouts, blackline masters, overheads, etc.