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I can cite strong textual evidence. DOK 1, 2, 3 8.RL.1
I can make inferences. DOK 2, 3 8.RL.1
I can determine/analyze theme and its development. DOK 2, 3 8.RL.2
I can explain the relationship to the characters, setting and plot. DOK 2 8.RL.2
I can write an objective summary. DOK 2 8.RL.2
I can analyze particular lines of dialogue and incidents and how it moves the action forward. DOK 3 8.RL.3
I can analyze how the text develops the character and provokes their decision. DOK 3 8.RL.3
I can analyze the impact of specific word choice (meaning and tone). DOK 3 8.RL.4
I can identify figurative and connotative meanings of: personification, simile, metaphor, hyperbole, onomatopoeia, allusions, and analogies. DOK 1, 2 8.RL.4
I can explain how different structures affect the meaning and style of two or more types of text by comparing and contrasting. DOK 3, 4 8.RL.5
I can explain/analyze the similarities and differences of characters’ points of views and how they create suspense or humor. DOK 3, 4 8.RL.6
I can evaluate and compare the written work to its visual production. DOK 4 8.RL.7
I can evaluate the choices made by the director and actors. DOK 4 8.RL.7
I can explain/analyze how a modern piece is affected by or draws from myths, traditional stories, or religious works. DOK 3, 4 8.RL.9
I can cite strong textual evidence. DOK 1, 2, 3 8.RI.1
I can make inferences. DOK 2 8.RI.1
I can determine the central idea and its development. DOK 2 8.RI.2
I can explain/analyze the relationship to the supporting ideas. DOK 3, 4 8.RI.2
I can write an objective summary. DOK 2 8.RI.2
I can explain/analyze how people, ideas, and situations are connected in a text. DOK 2, 3 8.RI.3
I can define figurative language in a text. DOK 1 8.RI.4
I can define connotative meaning in a text. DOK 1 8.RI.4
I can define technical vocabulary in a text. DOK 1 8.RI.4
I can explain/analyze the impact of word choice on meaning or tone. DOK 2, 3 8.RI.4
I can explain/analyze in detail how an author uses the structure in a paragraph to develop concepts. DOK 2, 3 8.RI.5
I can determine the author’s point of view in a text. DOK 2 8.RI.6
I can explain/analyze how an author responds to others’ points of view. DOK 3 8.RI.6
I can explain/evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of using different mediums. DOK 3, 4 8.RI.7
I can define delineate. (1) DOK 1 8.RI.8
I can determine/prove if the support is relevant and sufficient.(3,4) DOK 3, 4 8.RI.8
I can recognize irrelevant evidence.(2) DOK 2 8.RI.8
I can analyze two or more texts with conflicting information on the same topic. DOK 3, 4 8.RI.9
I can identify/analyze where the texts disagree. DOK 3, 4 8.RI.9
I can write an argumentative paper. DOK 4 8.W.1
I can create a strong claim. DOK 4 8.W.1a
I can define “claims” and “argument”. DOK 1 8.W.1a
I can organize evidence to support a claim. DOK 2 8.W.1a
I can include relevant evidence for and against an argument. DOK 3 8.W.1b
I can use credible sources. DOK 1 8.W.1b
I can write with transitions to clarify relationships. DOK 2 8.W.1c
I can define “cohesion”. DOK 1 8.W.1c
I can use a formal style. DOK 1 8.W.1d
I can write e a concluding statement. DOK 3 8.W.1e
I can write an informative/explanatory paper. DOK 4 8.W.2
I can introduce a topic that previews the content. DOK 3 8.W.2a
I can use multiple strategies to organize information. DOK 3 8.W.2a
I can use charts, pictures, headings, etc. to organize. DOK 1 8.W.2a
I can support the topic with facts, details, quotes and examples. DOK 3 8.W.2b
I can write with transitions. DOK 2 8.W.2c
I can use descriptive vocabulary. DOK 1 8.W.2d
I can use a formal style. DOK 2 8.W.2e
I can write a concluding statement. DOK 3 8.W.2f
I can write a narrative paper. DOK 4 8.W.3
I can develop a narrator and/or characters. DOK 3 8.W.3a
I can develop a point of view. DOK 3 8.W.3a
I can develop a plot. DOK 3 8.W.3a
I can include dialogue in my writing. DOK 2 8.W.3b
I can use transitions to show relationships. DOK 2 8.W.3c
I can use descriptive vocabulary and sensory language. DOK 2 8.W.3d
I can write a conclusion. DOK 3 8.W.3e
I can develop grade-level appropriate writing. DOK 4 8.W.4
I can identify eighth grade appropriate writing. DOK 3 8.W.4
I can use revision and editing strategies. DOK 2 8.W.5
I can revise for a specific purpose and audience. DOK 3 8.W.5
I can use feedback from teachers and/or peers to revise my writing. DOK 4 8.W.5
I can use technology to publish writing. DOK 2 8.W.6
I can show relationships between information and ideas. DOK 2 8.W.6
I can use technology to collaborate. DOK 2 8.W.6
I can conduct a research project. DOK 4 8.W.7
I can use several sources to answer a question. DOK 2 8.W.7
I can generate focused questions for research. DOK 3 8.W.7
I can gather relevant information. DOK 4 8.W.8
I can find information from print sources and digital sources. DOK 1 8.W.8
I can use search terms. DOK 1 8.W.8
I can decide if a source is credible. DOK 3 8.W.8
I can paraphrase information. DOK 2 8.W.8
I can define the terms “credible” and “plagiarism” as it applies to information. DOK 2 8.W.8
I can paraphrase information and data. DOK 1 8.W.8
I can include quotes. DOK 1 8.W.8
I can cite sources. DOK 1 8.W.8
I can produce a bibliography. DOK 1 8.W.8
I can use pieces from literary texts and informational texts to support my writing. (3,4) DOK 3, 4 8.W.9
I can participate in one-on-one, group and teacher-led discussions. DOK 1 8.SL.1
I can prepare for and follow rules for a discussion. DOK 1 8.SL.1a
I can prepare for and follow rules for a discussion. DOK 1 8.SL.1b
I can ask and respond to questions that connect the ideas of my group. DOK 3 8.SL.1c
I can summarize the group’s discussions and understand others’ perspectives. DOK 2 8.SL.1d
I can explain/analyze the use and purpose of multiple forms of media. DOK 3, 4 8.SL.2
I can evaluate why information was presented in a specific format. DOK 4 8.SL.2
I can define delineate. DOK 1 8.SL.3
I can evaluate the soundness, relevance, and sufficiency of evidence in a spoken argument. DOK 3 8.SL.3
I can identify irrelevant evidence is introduced. DOK 2 8.SL.3
I can present claims logically when speaking. DOK 2 8.SL.4
I can define salient points. DOK 1 8.SL.4
I can use relevant descriptions, facts, and details with reasoning. DOK 3 8.SL.4
I can use appropriate eye contact, volume and pronunciation. DOK 2 8.SL.4
I can use visual and multimedia components in a presentation to strengthen claims. DOK 3 8.SL.5
I can identify when to use formal language in a classroom setting. DOK 1 8.SL.6
I can demonstrate proper usage of the eight parts of speech in writing and speaking. DOK 2 8.L.1
I can explain the function of verbals. DOK 1 8.L.1a
I can use verbs in: active voice and passive voice. DOK 2 8.L.1b
I can use verbs in: indicative mood, interrogative mood, conditional mood, and subjunctive mood. DOK 2 8.L.1c
I can recognize and correct inappropriate shifts in verb voice and mood. DOK 2 8.L.1d
I can use capitalization correctly. DOK 1 8.L.2
I can use punctuation to indicate a pause or break. DOK 1 8.L.2
I can use ellipsis to indicate an omission. DOK 1 8.L.2
I can spell correctly. DOK 1 8.L.2
I can use proper conventions when writing, speaking, reading, or listening. DOK 1 8.L.3
I can use verbs in multiple forms to achieve an effect. DOK 3 8.L.3
I can use context clues to determine the meaning of a word. DOK 2 8.L.4
I can use and analyze Greek or Latin roots to determine the meaning of a word. DOK 2 8.L.4
I can use print or electronic reference materials. DOK 1 8.L.4
I can interpret and use figurative language: similes, metaphors, personification, idioms, alliteration, onomatopoeia, and allusions. DOK 1, 2 8.L.5
I can find relationships between words to better understand them. DOK 2 8.L.5
I can identify and use eighth grade appropriate vocabulary. DOK 1, 2 8.L.6
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