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CSI Literacy Kit: Grade 6

What do you think a “silent” ring tone sounds like? Want to know how to start a civil war among pesky ants? Are you brave enough to meet the world’s most creepy plant? How many bug parts did you eat for breakfast this morning? Yuck! Read, think, and talk about these interactive and audio-assisted texts and activities and so much more in CSI Literacy Kit: Grade 6.

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CSI Literacy Kit: Grade 6

CSI Literacy Kit: Grade 6

What do you think a “silent” ring tone sounds like? Want to know how to start a civil war among pesky ants? Are you brave enough to meet the world’s most creepy plant? How many bug parts did you eat for breakfast this morning? Yuck! Read, think, and talk about these interactive and audio-assisted texts and activities and so much more in CSI Literacy Kit: Grade 6.

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Student Reflection Journal: Grade 6 (30 Pack)

Online Student Reflection Journal: Grade 6

F/NFFiction & nonfiction
Grade Level6
SubjectEnglish language arts, Social Studies, Science, Mathematics
FormatPaperback and USB

1 interactive USB

  • 40 digital texts (for whole- or small-group explicit teaching) with a unique digital interface for teaching and learning, to be used with an interactive whiteboard, a data projector, or a large TV
  • 10 of the digital texts have embedded video or audio to build students’ cross-curricular background knowledge and to increase engagement, especially helpful for English language learners (ELLs) and struggling readers
  • all cooperative texts, activities and graphic organizers in digital PDF format for printing or viewing on any device

3 Lesson Plan Books (English language arts, science, social studies)

  • 5 introductory lessons and 40 comprehensive lesson plans for teaching of fiction (including poetry) and nonfiction cross-curricular/disciplinary texts (including numeracy, science, and social studies)
  • Support for teachers including research citations; leveling information; and approaches for struggling readers, ELLs and boys
  • Classroom management and scheduling options
  • Assessment rubrics for reading, language, writing, and oral language (for both fiction and nonfiction texts)

15 English language arts Cooperative Learning Activities for Students books

  • 24 texts (8 general informational, 8 numerical/mathematical, and 8 fiction) with corresponding cooperative activities
  • Cooperative literacy learning supports students to “do today what was modelled and discussed yesterday” (the gradual release of responsibility model)
  • Glossed academic vocabulary words to build vocabulary

15 science Cooperative Learning Activities for Students books

  • 8 disciplinary texts and corresponding cooperative activities
  • Glossed academic vocabulary words to build vocabulary

15 social studies Cooperative Learning Activities for Students books

  • 8 disciplinary texts and corresponding cooperative activities
  • Glossed academic vocabulary words to build vocabulary

1 audio USB

  • 40 fluent reading models of all cooperative book texts
  • Strong support for fluency for all students, especially valuable for ELLs and struggling readers

15 blank transparencies and 15 erasable markers

  • Students can place transparencies over the cooperative texts and use the pens to annotate the texts, working cooperatively and using their oral language skills to share their reflections on the texts before annotating them

31 hard-copy Student Reflection Journals

  • 40 unique graphic organizers individually designed for each text to consolidate student learning through writing and to provide a record of student learning
  • Templates for individual written reflection
  • Rubrics for self-assessment and building metacognition

1 interactive USB

  • 40 digital texts (for whole- or small-group explicit teaching) with a unique digital interface for teaching and learning, to be used with an interactive whiteboard, a data projector, or a large TV
  • 10 of the digital texts have embedded video or audio to build students’ cross-curricular background knowledge and to increase engagement, especially helpful for English language learners (ELLs) and struggling readers
  • all cooperative texts, activities and graphic organizers in digital PDF format for printing or viewing on any device

3 Lesson Plan Books (English language arts, science, social studies)

  • 5 introductory lessons and 40 comprehensive lesson plans for teaching of fiction (including poetry) and nonfiction cross-curricular/disciplinary texts (including numeracy, science, and social studies)
  • Support for teachers including research citations; leveling information; and approaches for struggling readers, ELLs and boys
  • Classroom management and scheduling options
  • Assessment rubrics for reading, language, writing, and oral language (for both fiction and nonfiction texts)

15 English language arts Cooperative Learning Activities for Students books

  • 24 texts (8 general informational, 8 numerical/mathematical, and 8 fiction) with corresponding cooperative activities
  • Cooperative literacy learning supports students to “do today what was modelled and discussed yesterday” (the gradual release of responsibility model)
  • Glossed academic vocabulary words to build vocabulary

15 science Cooperative Learning Activities for Students books

  • 8 disciplinary texts and corresponding cooperative activities
  • Glossed academic vocabulary words to build vocabulary

15 social studies Cooperative Learning Activities for Students books

  • 8 disciplinary texts and corresponding cooperative activities
  • Glossed academic vocabulary words to build vocabulary

1 audio USB

  • 40 fluent reading models of all cooperative book texts
  • Strong support for fluency for all students, especially valuable for ELLs and struggling readers

15 blank transparencies and 15 erasable markers

  • Students can place transparencies over the cooperative texts and use the pens to annotate the texts, working cooperatively and using their oral language skills to share their reflections on the texts before annotating them

31 hard-copy Student Reflection Journals

  • 40 unique graphic organizers individually designed for each text to consolidate student learning through writing and to provide a record of student learning
  • Templates for individual written reflection
  • Rubrics for self-assessment and building metacognition

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