6th Grade Lesson Pack for RI.6.3 (Analyze a Key Individual in a Text)

Keith Geswein
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  1. This product contains several resources to help you teach, review, and assess all 10 CCSS ELA Reading Informational Text (RI) standards for 6th grade.****All lesson packs contain the following resources:Lesson ProgressionSuggestions about how you can use these resources to teach an engaging lesson o
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This product contains several resources to help you teach, review, and assess CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI.6.3.

RI.6.3 says students should, "Analyze in detail how a key individual, event, or idea is introduced, illustrated, and elaborated in a text (e.g., through examples or anecdotes)."

This product contains the following resources:

Lesson Progression

Suggestions about how you can use these resources to teach an engaging lesson on RI.6.3. This four-page document explains how to use each resource.

Informational Passage 1

A nonfiction text about Martin Luther King Jr. This passage is about his adult life. The passage is 1,025 words and is written at a sixth-grade reading level.

2 Skill Practice Pages

These questions ask students about two events from passage 1. Students must explain the event and how the author used it to show what Dr. King was like.

Response Activity

This activity requires students to use evidence from passage 1 to create an image that Dr. King would post on his Instagram feed if he were alive today. The image can be drawn or created digitally.

Writing Prompt

The prompt lists four things that Dr. King wrote in "Letter From Birmingham Jail." Students must choose one to write about. Students must write what it means and why they think Dr. King wrote it.

Quiz 1

This is a five-question quiz over passage 1. There are three multiple-choice questions and two written-response questions. All questions correlate to RI.6.3. Questions are written in a way to meet the rigor of the standard while not being confusing for students.

The following are provided as bonus resources to help you assess or reteach RI.6.3:

Informational Passage 2

This passage is about Dr. King's childhood. It is 587 words long and is written at a sixth-grade level.

Quiz 2

Includes three multiple-choice questions and two short-answer questions about passage 2. All questions correlate to RI.6.3. Questions are written in a way to meet the rigor of the standard while not being confusing for students.

All passages are also available in a larger font.

This may be beneficial for students who need to read the passage with a larger font and more space between each line.

Answer Key For All Assignments

Google Resources

In addition to these paper resources, the passages are also available in Google Slides. The quizzes are also available in Google Forms. The third page of this file contains links to make copies of those resources to your Google Drive if you want. If not, you can just print the resources from the PDF file.

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Please note: If you have already purchased my paired texts about Martin Luther King Jr., please be aware this product contains passages similar to those found in that resource.

Please remember, this purchase is for the use of one teacher. It is not intended to be shared. Please purchase an additional license if more than one teacher will be using it.

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Analyze in detail how a key individual, event, or idea is introduced, illustrated, and elaborated in a text (e.g., through examples or anecdotes).

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