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  • Common Core ELA 7 Common Core State Standards 2010

    Standard ID Standard Text Edgenuity Lesson Name

    R ReadingRL Literature

    Key Ideas and DetailsRL.7.1 Cite several pieces of textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as

    inferences drawn from the text.Narrators Views in HomesickSetting and Character in DragonwingsOvercoming the Odds: The Miracle Worker, Act

    IElements of Drama in The Miracle Worker , Acts

    II and IIIConflict and Resolution in "Amigo Brothers"

    Neighbors: Visualizing in The Monsters Are Due

    on Maple StreetCharacter Relationships in Walter Dean Myerss

    "The Treasure of Lemon Brown"Personification in The People Could FlyLooking Out for Others: Allegory in "Aunty

    Misery"Characters in "Rikki-Tikki-Tavi"Character and Theme in "The Gentleman of Rio

    en Medio"Making Inferences about "Birdfoot's Grampa"

    Conflict and Plot Structure in Robin Hood

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  • Common Core ELA 7 Common Core State Standards 2010

    Standard ID Standard Text Edgenuity Lesson Name

    RL.7.2 Determine a theme or central idea of a text and analyze its development over the course of the text;

    provide an objective summary of the text.The Poetry of Identity [Im Nobody, Who Are

    You?]Conflict and Theme in The OutsidersTheme in White FangPursing the Dream as a Central Idea in Poetry

    [The Courage My Mother Had; Mother to

    Son] Overcoming the Odds: The Miracle Worker ,

    Act IElements of Drama in The Miracle Worker, Acts

    II and IIINarrative Elements in "How I Learned English"

    Personification in The People Could FlyCharacters in The People Could FlyConflict and Theme in The People Could Fly

    Looking Out for Others: Allegory in "Aunty

    Misery"Making Inferences about "Birdfoot's Grampa"

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  • Common Core ELA 7 Common Core State Standards 2010

    Standard ID Standard Text Edgenuity Lesson Name

    RL.7.3 Analyze how particular elements of a story or drama interact (e.g., how setting shapes the characters or plot).Introduction to Identity and Expectations in

    Seventh GradeNarrator's Views in HomesickCharacter Development in White FangTheme in White FangHeritage: Japanese Culture in a Folktale (My

    Lord Bag of Rice)Setting and Character in DragonwingsOvercoming the Odds: The Miracle Worker , Act

    IConflict and Resolution in "Amigo Brothers"

    Character Relationships in Walter Dean Myerss

    "The Treasure of Lemon Brown"Narrative Elements in "How I Learned English"

    Heroes of the People: Fact and Folktale in The

    People Could FlyPersonification in The People Could FlyCharacters in The People Could FlySetting and Dialect in The People Could FlyConflict and Theme in The People Could Fly

    Repetition in The People Could FlyCharacters in "Rikki-Tikki-Tavi"Character and Theme in "The Gentleman of Rio

    en Medio"Making Inferences about "Birdfoot's Grampa"

    Conflict and Plot Structure in Robin Hood

    Edgenuity, Inc. Confidential Page 3 of 25

  • Common Core ELA 7 Common Core State Standards 2010

    Standard ID Standard Text Edgenuity Lesson Name

    RL.7.4 Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including figurative and

    connotative meanings; analyze the impact of rhymes and other repetitions of sounds (e.g., alliteration) on

    a specific verse or stanza of a poem or section of a story or drama.The Poetry of Identity [Im Nobody, Who Are

    You?]Rhyme, Rhythm, and Visualizing in a Yeats

    PoemStructure and Culture in "Twelfth Song of the

    Thunder"Pursing the Dream as a Central Idea in Poetry

    [The Courage My Mother Had; Mother to

    Son]Word Choice and Structure in "The Turtle"Visions of the Past and Future: Structure in I

    Hear America SingingSetting and Dialect in The People Could Heroism and Battling Adversity: Structure in

    "The Charge of the Light Brigade"Looking Out for Others: Allegory in "Aunty

    Misery"RL.7.5 Analyze how a dramas or poems form or structure (e.g., soliloquy, sonnet) contributes to its meaning.

    Pursing the Dream as a Central Idea in Poetry

    [The Courage My Mother Had; Mother to

    Son]Word Choice and Structure in "The Turtle"Neighbors: Visualizing in The Monsters Are Due

    on Maple StreetHeroism and Battling Adversity: Structure in

    The Charge of the Light Brigade

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  • Common Core ELA 7 Common Core State Standards 2010

    Standard ID Standard Text Edgenuity Lesson Name

    RL.7.6 Analyze how an author develops and contrasts the points of view of different characters or narrators in a text.Narrators Views in HomesickPoint of View in White FangNeighbors: Visualizing in The Monsters Are Due

    on Maple StreetCharacter Relationships in Walter Dean Myerss

    "The Treasure of Lemon Brown"Narrative Elements in "How I Learned English"

    Point of View and Viewpoint in The People

    Could FlyFirst-Person Point of View in Fever 1793Characters in "Rikki-Tikki-Tavi"Character and Theme in "The Gentleman of Rio

    en Medio"RL.7.7 Compare and contrast a written story, drama, or poem to its audio, filmed, staged, or multimedia version,

    analyzing the effects of techniques unique to each medium (e.g., lighting, sound, color, or camera focus

    and angles in a film).Neighbors: Visualizing in The Monsters Are Due

    on Maple StreetSetting and Dialect in The People Could Fly

    RL.7.9 Compare and contrast a fictional portrayal of a time, place, or character and a historical account of the

    same period as a means of understanding how authors of fiction use or alter history.

    Conflict in White FangHeritage: Japanese Culture in a Folktale (My

    Lord Bag of Rice)Setting and character in DragonwingsHeroes of the People: Fact and Folktale in The

    People Could FlyPoint of View and Viewpoint in The People

    Could FlyFirst-Person Point of View in Fever 1793Writing a Comparison of Fiction and Nonfiction

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  • Common Core ELA 7 Common Core State Standards 2010

    Standard ID Standard Text Edgenuity Lesson Name

    RL.7.10 By the end of the year, read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas, and poems, in the

    grades 68 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range.

    Introduction to Identity and Expectations: Story

    Elements in Seventh Grade

    Narrators Views in HomesickThe Poetry of Identity [Im Nobody, Who Are

    You?]Conflict and Theme in The OutsidersPoint of View in White FangCharacter Development in White FangConflict in White FangTheme in White FangHeritage: Japanese Culture in a Folktale (My

    Lord Bag of Rice)Rhyme, Rhythm, and Visualizing in a Yeats

    PoemSetting and Character in DragonwingsStructure and Culture in "Twelfth Song of the

    Thunder"Pursing the Dream as a Central Idea in Poetry

    [The Courage My Mother Had; Mother to

    Son]Overcoming the Odds: The Miracle Worker, Act

    IElements of Drama in The Miracle Worker, Acts

    II and IIIWord Choice and Structure in "The Turtle"Conflict and Resolution in "Amigo Brothers"

    Neighbors: Visualizing in The Monsters Are Due

    on Maple StreetCharacter Relationships in Walter Dean Myerss

    "The Treasure of Lemon Brown"Narrative Elements in "How I Learned English"

    Visions of the Past and Future: Structure in I

    Hear America Singing

    Edgenuity, Inc. Confidential Page 6 of 25

  • Common Core ELA 7 Common Core State Standards 2010

    Standard ID Standard Text Edgenuity Lesson Name

    RL.7.10 By the end of the year, read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas, and poems, in the

    grades 68 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range.

    (Cont'd.) Heroes of the People: Fact and Folktale in The

    People Could FlyPersonification in The People Could FlyCharacters in The People Could FlySetting and Dialect in The People Could FlyPoint of View and Viewpoint in The People

    Could Fly

    Conflict and Theme in The People Could FlyRepetition in The People Could FlyHeroism and Battling Adversity: Structure in

    "The Charge of the Light Brigade"First-Person Point of View in Fever 1793

    Writing a Comparison of Fiction and NonfictionLooking Out for Others: Allegory in "Aunty

    Misery"Characters in "Rikki-Tikki-Tavi"

    Character and Theme in "The Gentleman of Rio

    en Medio"Making Inferences about "Birdfoot's Grampa"Conflict and Plot Structure in Robin Hood

    Edgenuity, Inc. Confidential Page 7 of 25

  • Common Core ELA 7 Common Core State Standards 2010

    Standard ID Standard Text Edgenuity Lesson Name

    RI Informational TextKey Ideas and Details

    RI.7.1 Cite several pieces of textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as

    inferences drawn from the text.Figurative Language in Barrio BoyExploring Who We Are; Central Ideas in a Jack

    London Article ["HuskyWolf Dog of the

    North]Influences and Inferences in "Names/Nombres"

    Cause and Effect in The Riddle of the Rosetta

    StoneContext Clues and Inferences in The Riddle of

    the Rosetta StoneMaking Inferences in an Article About Roberto

    Clemente [Baseball Stars Death Continues to

    Resonate in Puerto Rico and Smithsonian Inst.

    Interactive Timeline]Central Ideas in We Beat the StreetPersuasion in Susan B. Anthonys On Womens

    Right to VoteArgumentation in "The Girl Who Silenced the

    World for Five Minutes"Cause and