Secondary ELA Unit Workbooks (Integrated ELD)

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$78.00 each

Secondary ELA Instructional Units (Integrated ELD) come with 40 student workbooks. Additional workbooks can be purchased separately.

Recognizing Acts of Heroism workbooks – CM400-50, $78.00

This unit delves deeply into the concept of heroism. It requires that students examine an extended definition of the term, identify the heroic acts of everyday people, and question the decisions of a tragic hero. An emphasis on concept-driven vocabulary and the language structures of description and cause and effect prepare students for the summative task of writing an expository essay.

Exploring Rites of Passage workbooks – CM410-50, $78.00

This unit closely examines the concepts of rites of passage and coming of age. It requires that students examine extended definitions of the terms, identify the personal, cultural, and social meanings of significant life events, and compare and contrast two coming-of-age traditions. An emphasis on concept-driven vocabulary and the language structures of description and compare and contrast prepare students for the summative task of writing an expository essay.

Pursuing the American Dream workbooks – CM420-50, $78.00

This unit closely examines the concept of the American Dream. It requires that students trace the evolution of the idea, compare and contrast multiple interpretations of the term, and analyze the factors that make the dream either accessible or beyond reach. An emphasis on content-driven vocabulary and the language structures of compare and contrast and cause and effect prepare students for the summative task of writing an expository essay. 

Determining an Identity workbooks – CM430-50, $78.00

This unit takes a close look at three of the factors that determine our identities: our sense of self as a student, as a friend, and as a member of a group. The lessons ask that students interpret statistical data, evaluate current research, and reflect on expert opinions. An emphasis on concept-driven vocabulary and the language structures of cause and effect, compare and contrast, and text citation prepare students for the summative task of writing a reflective narrative.

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