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  • Prentice Hall Literature: Timeless Voices, Timeless Themes, Copper Level ©2002 Correlated to

    Performance Level Handbook for Writing, The Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (Grade 9)

    SE = Student Edition TE = Teacher’s Edition 1

    PSSA/PA WRITING SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE LEVEL DESCRIPTORS: PROFICIENT

    PRENTICE HALL LITERATURE: COPPER LEVEL: SELECTION AND ACTIVITY

    STANDARD CATEGORY 1.4.8 - TYPES OF WRITING A. The student will be able to write short stories, poems, and plays.

    • Apply varying organizational methods.

    Dust of Snow, p. 30 SE/TE: 35 My Picture-Gallery, p. 31 SE/TE: 35 Saying Yes, p. 32 SE/TE: 35 The Circuit, pp. 66-71 SE/TE: 81 Hard as Nails, pp. 72-78 SE/TE: 81 Old Ben, pp. 154-158 SE/TE: 165 Feathered Friend, pp. 159-162 SE/TE: 165 Writing Workshop: Description: Descriptive Essay, pp. 170-173 SE/TE: 172

  • Prentice Hall Literature: Timeless Voices, Timeless Themes, Copper Level ©2002 Correlated to:

    Performance Level Handbook for Writing, The Pennsylvania System of School Assessment, (Grade 9)

    SE = Student Edition TE = Teacher’s Edition 2

    PSSA/PA WRITING SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE LEVEL DESCRIPTORS: PROFICIENT

    PRENTICE HALL LITERATURE: COPPER LEVEL: SELECTION AND ACTIVITY

    (Continued) • Apply varying organizational methods.

    (Continued) Mowgli’s Brothers, pp. 210-218 SE/TE: 221 Adventures of Isabel, p. 246 SE/TE: 244-245, 247, 251 TE: 246 I’ll Stay, p. 247 SE/TE: 253 Wilbur Wright and Orville Wright, pp. 248-249 SE/TE: 253 Dream Dust, p. 250 SE/TE: 253 Lob’s Girl, pp. 270-281 SE/TE: 287 The Tiger Who Would Be King, pp. 282-283 SE/TE: 287 The Lion and the Bulls, p. 284 SE/TE: 287

  • Prentice Hall Literature: Timeless Voices, Timeless Themes, Copper Level ©2002 Correlated to:

    Performance Level Handbook for Writing, The Pennsylvania System of School Assessment, (Grade 9)

    SE = Student Edition TE = Teacher’s Edition 3

    PSSA/PA WRITING SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE LEVEL DESCRIPTORS: PROFICIENT

    PRENTICE HALL LITERATURE: COPPER LEVEL: SELECTION AND ACTIVITY

    (Continued) • Apply varying organizational methods.

    (Continued) A Dream Within a Dream, pp. 366-367 SE/TE: 373 The Spring and the Fall, p. 369 SE/TE: 373 Ankylosaurus, p. 370 SE/TE: 373 Overdoing It, pp. 460-464 SE/TE: 471 Eleven, pp. 465-468 SE/TE: 471 Writing Workshop: Narration: Short Story, pp. 520-523 SE/TE: 520 Restoring the Circle, pp. 572-575 SE/TE: 587 How the Internet Works, pp. 576-579 SE/TE: 587 Turkeys, pp. 580-584 SE/TE: 587 The Phantom Tollbooth, pp. 614-660 SE/TE: 663

  • Prentice Hall Literature: Timeless Voices, Timeless Themes, Copper Level ©2002 Correlated to:

    Performance Level Handbook for Writing, The Pennsylvania System of School Assessment, (Grade 9)

    SE = Student Edition TE = Teacher’s Edition 4

    PSSA/PA WRITING SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE LEVEL DESCRIPTORS: PROFICIENT

    PRENTICE HALL LITERATURE: COPPER LEVEL: SELECTION AND ACTIVITY

    (Continued) • Apply varying organizational methods.

    (Continued) The Sidewalk Racer, pp. 718-719 SE/TE: 723 Haiku, p. 720 SE/TE: 723 Limerick, p. 720 SE/TE: 723 Why Monkeys Live in Trees, pp. 780-783 SE/TE: 795 Arachne, pp. 785-788 SE/TE: 795 The Three Wishes, pp. 789-790 SE/TE: 795 A Crippled Boy, pp. 791-792 SE/TE: 795

    • Use relevant illustrations.

    Jeremiah’s Song, pp. 38-46 SE/TE: 49 The Circuit, pp. 66-71 SE/TE: 81 Hard as Nails, pp. 72-78 SE/TE: 81

  • Prentice Hall Literature: Timeless Voices, Timeless Themes, Copper Level ©2002 Correlated to:

    Performance Level Handbook for Writing, The Pennsylvania System of School Assessment, (Grade 9)

    SE = Student Edition TE = Teacher’s Edition 5

    PSSA/PA WRITING SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE LEVEL DESCRIPTORS: PROFICIENT

    PRENTICE HALL LITERATURE: COPPER LEVEL: SELECTION AND ACTIVITY

    (Continued) • Use relevant illustrations.

    (Continued) Mowgli’s Brothers, pp. 210-218 SE/TE: 221 Lob’s Girl, pp. 270-281 SE/TE: 287 The Tiger Who Would Be King, pp. 282-283 SE/TE: 287 The Lion and the Bulls, p. 284 SE/TE: 287 A Dream Within a Dream, pp. 366-367 SE/TE: 373 The Spring and the Fall, p. 369 SE/TE: 373 Ankylosaurus, p. 370 SE/TE: 373 Restoring the Circle, pp. 572-575 SE/TE: 587 How the Internet Works, pp. 576-579 SE/TE: 587

  • Prentice Hall Literature: Timeless Voices, Timeless Themes, Copper Level ©2002 Correlated to:

    Performance Level Handbook for Writing, The Pennsylvania System of School Assessment, (Grade 9)

    SE = Student Edition TE = Teacher’s Edition 6

    PSSA/PA WRITING SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE LEVEL DESCRIPTORS: PROFICIENT

    PRENTICE HALL LITERATURE: COPPER LEVEL: SELECTION AND ACTIVITY

    (Continued) • Use relevant illustrations.

    (Continued) Turkeys, pp. 580-584 SE/TE: 587 Why Monkeys Live in Trees, pp. 780-783 SE/TE: 795 Arachne, pp. 785-788 SE/TE: 795 The Three Wishes, pp. 789-790 SE/TE: 795 A Crippled Boy, pp. 791-792 SE/TE: 795

    • Utilize dialogue.

    A Dream Within a Dream, pp. 366-367 SE/TE: 373 The Spring and the Fall, p. 369 SE/TE: 373 Ankylosaurus, p. 370 SE/TE: 373 Writing Workshop: Narration: Short Story, pp. 520-523 SE/TE: 520

  • Prentice Hall Literature: Timeless Voices, Timeless Themes, Copper Level ©2002 Correlated to:

    Performance Level Handbook for Writing, The Pennsylvania System of School Assessment, (Grade 9)

    SE = Student Edition TE = Teacher’s Edition 7

    PSSA/PA WRITING SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE LEVEL DESCRIPTORS: PROFICIENT

    PRENTICE HALL LITERATURE: COPPER LEVEL: SELECTION AND ACTIVITY

    (Continued) • Utilize dialogue.

    (Continued) The Geese, p. 706 SE/TE: 715 Jimmy Jet and His TV Set, p. 707 SE/TE: 715 The Walrus and the Carpenter, pp. 708-712 SE/TE: 715 The Ant and the Dove, p. 764 SE/TE: 777 He Lion, Bruth Bear, and Bruth Rabbit, pp. 765-769 SE/TE: 777 Señor Coyote and the Tricked Trickster, pp. 770-774 SE/TE: 777

    • Apply literary conflict.

    Lob’s Girl, pp. 270-281 SE/TE: 287 The Tiger Who Would Be King, pp. 282-283 SE/TE: 287 The Lion and the Bulls, p. 284 SE/TE: 287 Writing Workshop: Narration: Short Story, pp. 520-523 SE/TE: 520

  • Prentice Hall Literature: Timeless Voices, Timeless Themes, Copper Level ©2002 Correlated to:

    Performance Level Handbook for Writing, The Pennsylvania System of School Assessment, (Grade 9)

    SE = Student Edition TE = Teacher’s Edition 8

    PSSA/PA WRITING SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE LEVEL DESCRIPTORS: PROFICIENT

    PRENTICE HALL LITERATURE: COPPER LEVEL: SELECTION AND ACTIVITY

    (Continued) • Apply literary conflict.

    (Continued) The Ant and the Dove, p. 764 SE/TE: 777 He Lion, Bruth Bear, and Bruth Rabbit, pp. 765-769 SE/TE: 777 Señor Coyote and the Tricked Trickster, pp. 770-774 SE/TE: 777 Why Monkeys Live in Trees, pp. 780-783 SE/TE: 795 Arachne, pp. 785-788 SE/TE: 795 The Three Wishes, pp. 789-790 SE/TE: 795 A Crippled Boy, pp. 791-792 SE/TE: 795

    • Include varying characteristics (e.g., from limerick to epic, from whimsical to dramatic).

    Jeremiah’s Song, pp. 38-46 SE/TE: 49 Mowgli’s Brothers, pp. 210-218 SE/TE: 221 A Dream Within a Dream, pp. 366-367 SE/TE: 373

  • Prentice Hall Literature: Timeless Voices, Timeless Themes, Copper Level ©2002 Correlated to:

    Performance Level Handbook for Writing, The Pennsylvania System of School Assessment, (Grade 9)

    SE = Student Edition TE = Teacher’s Edition 9

    PSSA/PA WRITING SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE LEVEL DESCRIPTORS: PROFICIENT

    PRENTICE HALL LITERATURE: COPPER LEVEL: SELECTION AND ACTIVITY

    (Continued) • Include varying characteristics (e.g., from limerick to epic, from

    whimsical to dramatic).

    (Continued) The Spring and the Fall, p. 369 SE/TE: 373 Ankylosaurus, pp. 370- SE/TE: 373 Overdoing It, pp. 460-464 SE/TE: 471 Eleven, pp. 465-468 SE/TE: 471 Writing Workshop: Narration: Short Story, pp. 520-523 SE/TE: 520 The Geese, p. 706 SE/TE: 715 Jimmy Jet and His TV Set, p. 707 SE/TE: 715 The Walrus and the Carpenter, pp. 708-712 SE/TE: 715 The Sidewalk Racer, pp. 718-719 SE/TE: 723

  • Prentice Hall Literature: Timeless Voices, Timeless Themes, Copper Level ©2002 Correlated to:

    Performance Level Handbook for Writing, The Pennsylvania System of School Assessment, (Grade 9)

    SE = Student Edition TE = Teacher’s Edition 10

    PSSA/PA WRITING SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE LEVEL DESCRIPTORS: PROFICIENT

    PRENTICE HALL LITERATURE: COPPER LEVEL: SELECTION AND ACTIVITY

    (Continued) • Include varying characteristics (e.g., from limerick to epic, from

    whimsical to dramatic).

    (Continued) Haiku, p. 720 SE/TE: 723 Limerick, p. 720 SE/TE: 723 The Ant and the Dove, p. 764 SE/TE: 777 He Lion, Bruth Bear, and Bruth Rabbit, pp. 765-769 SE/TE: 777 Señor Coyote and the Tricked Trickster, pp. 770-774 SE/TE: 777

    • Include literary elements (Standard 1.3.8.B.): characterization, setting, plot, theme, point of view, tone and style).

    Dust of Snow, p. 30 SE/TE: 35 My Picture-Gallery, p. 31 SE/TE: 35

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