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Reading 2

by Florida Association of School Administrators

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Course Description

The course emphasizes reading comprehension and vocabulary skills using a variety of grade appropriate texts encompassing a range of complexity. Students enrolled in the course will engage in research, write in response to reading, and cite evidence to answer text dependent questions both orally and in writing. The course provides extensive opportunities for students to collaborate with their peers. At the end of 9th grade students are expected to read and comprehend texts in the 9-10 grade complexity band proficiently and read texts at the high end of the band with support. At the end of 10th grade students are expected to read and comprehend texts in the grades 9-10 complexity band independently and proficiently.

Important Note: Reading and writing courses should not be used in place of English language arts courses; reading and writing courses are intended to be used to supplement further study in English language arts.

General Notes:The content should include, but not be limited to, the following:
  • demonstrating successful reading of argument;
  • demonstrating successful reading of fact and opinion;
  • demonstrating successful reading of high-quality literature;
  • demonstrating knowledge of a variety of organizational patterns and their relationships in the comprehension of text;
  • demonstrating successful understanding of academic vocabulary and vocabulary in context;
  • integrating reading and writing, including written responses to print and digital text;
  • using effective listening, speaking, and viewing strategies with emphasis on the use of evidence to support or refute a claim in multimedia presentations, class discussions, and extended text discussions;
  • collaborating extensively amongst peers.
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