Q_RW_SB1_SS - SCoPe And SeQuenCe Unit 1 names How did you...

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UNIT READING WRITING 1 Names Preview text Read for main ideas Read for details Use glosses and footnotes to aid comprehension Read and recognize different text types Use charts to aid comprehension of text Scan text to locate specific information Plan before writing Revise, edit, and rewrite Give feedback to peers and self-assess Identify and capitalize proper nouns to improve accuracy in writing Write well-formed, complete sentences using unit vocabulary and simple present tense How did you get your name? READING 1: Naming Around the World A Magazine Article (Names) READING 2: Naming the Blackberry An Online Article (Marketing) 2 Work Preview text Read for main ideas Read for details Use glosses and footnotes to aid comprehension Read and recognize different text types Use photos/pictures to activate schema before reading Read titles and headings to prepare to read Complete a survey to relate topic to self Plan before writing Revise, edit, and rewrite Give feedback to peers and self-assess Recognize differences between fragments and complete sentences Write complete sentences about the unit topic What is a good job? READING 1: The Right Job for You A Web Page (Jobs and Careers) READING 2: The World of Work A Magazine Article (Business) 3 Long Distance Preview text Read for main ideas Read for details Use glosses and footnotes to aid comprehension Read and recognize different text types Skim for main ideas to aid comprehension of text Anticipate reading content by analyzing text features such as headings, pictures, and captions Read maps to locate selected information Plan before writing Revise, edit, and rewrite Give feedback to peers and self-assess Use conjunctions and and but to connect simple sentences Write sentences about the unit topic Why do people immigrate to other countries? READING 1: The World in a City A Web Page (Immigration) READING 2: Immigrant Stories A Magazine Article (Sociology) 4 Positive Thinking Preview text Read for main ideas Read for details Use glosses and footnotes to aid comprehension Read and recognize different text types Complete a quiz to gain background information on a topic Make inferences to understand ideas not stated directly in the text Plan before writing Revise, edit, and rewrite Give feedback to peers and self-assess Use time order words to show the sequence of events in writing Write a story about the unit topic What are the benefits of positive thinking? READING 1: The Power of Positive Thinking? A Magazine Article (Psychology) READING 2: The Lost Horse An Old Chinese Story (Literature) Reading and Writing 1 SCOPE AND SEQUENCE xiv | Scope and Sequence
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VOCABULARY GRAMMAR CRITICAL THINKING UNIT OUTCOME Match definitions Define new terms Understand meaning from context Use the dictionary to locate correct word spellings
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