Teaching Presentations Week 4 - Writing Power Standards - Grade Six

Teaching Presentations Week 4 - Writing Power Standards - Grade Six
Teaching Presentations Week 4 - Writing Power Standards - Grade Six
Teaching Presentations Week 4 - Writing Power Standards - Grade Six
Teaching Presentations Week 4 - Writing Power Standards - Grade Six
Teaching Presentations Week 4 - Writing Power Standards - Grade Six
Teaching Presentations Week 4 - Writing Power Standards - Grade Six
Teaching Presentations Week 4 - Writing Power Standards - Grade Six
Teaching Presentations Week 4 - Writing Power Standards - Grade Six
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This teaching presentation aligns with my Language Usage (Writing) Power Standards. See the free preview, included with my product: Writing Power Standards - Grade Six. (The free preview includes everything needed for the first two weeks: exercise sheets, answer keys, and Extension sheets (differentiation).
These presentations also use Kagan Cooperative Learning Structures. (Even if you don't know how to use Kagan structures, the presentations will give you directions.)

POWER STANDARD 1: Vocabulary Acquisition (L.6.4./ L.6.5/ L.6.6) Using Latin/Greek roots and context clues to determine meaning/ Understanding denotations and connotations for grade level academic vocabulary
POWER STANDARD 2: Verb Tense (L.6.1/ L.6.3) Identifying a verb in text that is not the same tense as the rest of the text
POWER STANDARD 3: Parts of Speech – Pronouns (L.6.1) Identifying pronoun in a sentence and be able to analyze it for case (subjective, objective, possessive), singular or plural, vagueness, intensive, and antecedent; Identifying different pronouns in paragraphs; Revising vague pronouns; CLASSROOM WALL POSTER IN TABLE OF CONTENTS
POWER STANDARD 4: Figures of Speech (L.6.5) Identifying figures of speech (alliteration, hyperbole, irony, metaphor, simile, onomatopoeia, personification, oxymoron)
POWER STANDARD 5: Text Types and Author’s Purpose (W.6.9) Being able to read text and determine its text type (opinion, informative, narrative, poetry) or author’s purpose (PIE: persuade, inform, entertain) CLASSROOM WALL POSTER IN TABLE OF CONTENTS
POWER STANDARD 6: Kinds of Sentences (L.5.3/L.6.3) Looking at a sentence and determining the types (simple, compound, complex) and formula CLASSROOM WALL POSTER IN TABLE OF CONTENTS
POWER STANDARD 7: Claim/Argument (W.6.1) Being able to read text and determine the claim and supporting evidence
POWER STANDARD 8: Punctuation (L.6.2) Being able to read text without punctuation and determining where punctuation should be located, especially focusing on appositives (nonrestrictive/ parenthetical clauses) CLASSROOM WALL POSTER IN TABLE OF CONTENTS
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