Lesson 4: Writing: Narrowing Down a Broad Topic

Lesson 6: Writing: Using Structure to Convey the Writer’s Intent

Lesson 6: Reading: Inferring the Author’s Intent by Noticing Structure

For Digital Classrooms: Writing: Choosing the Best Platform for Your Information and Audience

For Digital Classrooms: Reading: Considering Why Authors Might Choose Analog or Digital Mediums

Lesson 8: Writing: Structure Within Sections: Stacking Information

Lesson 8: Reading: Identifying the Way Information is Stacked

For Digital Classrooms: Writing: Fact-Checking Digital Information for Accuracy

For Digital Classrooms: Reading: Identifying False Information

Lesson 17: Writing: The Power of Story

Lesson 17: Reading: Switching Strategies When Authors Use Story in Expository Text

Lesson 18: Writing: Connections and Disconnections Across Paragraphs and Pages

Lesson 22: Writing: Choosing When to Quote, Describe, or Summarize

Lesson 22: Reading: Identifying Sources and Considering Their Reliability

Lesson 24: Writing: Creating Strong Titles and Subtitles

Lesson 28: Writing: Making Publishing Decisions Based on the Intended Audience

For Digital Classrooms: Reading: Responding Digitally to the Texts to Deepen Understanding