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1 Prompts in MY Access! are aligned to the themes that are used to describe and organize textbook units. When you know what theme is associated with a MY Access! writing prompt, then you can also identify the textbooks and units to which the prompt is aligned. Currently, all middle school pilot and IntelliMetric writing prompts are aligned to the following textbook series: 1. Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Courses 1, 2 & 3 2. Harcourt Trophies, Grade 6, Timeless Treasures 3. High Point, Levels A, B & C 4. Holt, Elements of Literature, Introductory Course, First Course & Second Course 5. McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Levels 1, 2 & 3 6. McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grades 6, 7 & 8 7. McGraw Hill/SRA, Imagine It!, Grade 6 8. MacMillan/McGraw Hill, Treasures, Grade 6 9. Bronze, Copper & Silver Levels 10. READ 180, Stage B & C 11. Write Source, CA, Grades 6, 7 & 8 The following two tables will help you identify themes and textbook series in order to guide your prompt search in MY Access!. Table 1: In Table 1, each Theme at the middle school level is listed along with the Textbook Units and Unit Titles to which it is aligned. Use this table if you have organized your instruction around important themes. If you know what theme you d like to use in the classroom, you can search for appropriate prompts in MY Access! as well as identify the textbooks and units to which they align. Jump to Table 1-1 -

2 Table 2: In Table 2, each Textbook, Textbook Unit, and Unit Title is listed along with the Theme with which they are associated at the middle school level. Use this table if you have organized your instruction around textbook units. If you know what unit your class will be working on, you can search for appropriate prompts in MY Access! by using the theme filter. Jump to Table 2-2 -

3 Table 1: Theme Textbook Unit Unit Title Analyzing a Theme Write Source, CA, Grade 8 Response to Literature Art McGraw Hill/SRA, Imagine It!, Grade 6, Unit 6 Art and Impact High Point, Level B, Unit 2 A Sense of Place Belonging McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 6, Unit 2, Part 1 Growth and Change Biographical Narrative Write Source, CA, Grade 6 Narrative Writing Biography and Autobiography Holt, Elements of Literature, Introductory Course, Collection 5 Biography and Autobiography: Unforgettable Personalities Book Review Write Source, CA, Grade 6 Response to Literature Cause and Effect Essay Write Source, CA, Grade 7 Expository Writing Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 1, Unit 5 How Should You Deal With Bullies? Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 3, Unit 2 Which is More Important, the Journey or the Destination? Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 3, Unit 6 How Do You Keep From Giving Up When Bad Things Happen? Harcourt Trophies, Grade 6, Timeless Treasures, Unit 4 Creative Solutions Harcourt Trophies, Grade 6, Timeless Treasures, Unit 5 Making a Difference Challenges High Point, Level B, Unit 5 Overcoming Obstacles McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 2, Unit 7 Taking Chances McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 3, Unit 2 Courage Counts McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 7, Unit 5, Part 1 Personal Challenges McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 8, Unit 2 Rising to the Challenge McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 8, Unit 3 The Human Spirit Bronze Level, Unit 4 Meeting Challenges - 3 -

4 Challenges Silver Level, Unit 2 READ 180, Stage C, Workshop 3 Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 1, Unit 3 Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 3, Unit 3 Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 3, Unit 4 Theme: Meeting Challenges Combat Zone What's Fair and What's Not? When is the Price Too High? What Do You Do When You Don't Know What To Do? What s Worth Fighting For? What's Not? It's Up to You! Decisions Don't Come Easily Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 3, Unit 7 Choices High Point, Level C, Unit 4 McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 3, Unit 7 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 7, Unit 2, Part 2 Relationships Bronze Level, Unit 3 What Matters Classification Essay Write Source, CA, Grade 6 Expository Writing Write Source, CA, Grade 8 Expository Writing Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 3, Unit 1 Reading: What's In It For You? High Point, Level B, Unit 1 Get the Message Communication Copper Level, Unit 7 Genre: Nonfiction Silver Level, Unit 7 Genre: Nonfiction Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 2, Unit 8 What is a Community? High Point, Level A, Unit 4 Communities Count McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 1, Unit 8 Making a Difference Community McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 6, Unit 2, Part 2 Growth and Change READ 180, Stage B, Workshop 2 When Disaster Strikes READ 180, Stage B, Workshop 9 The Streets of Harlem Compare/Contrast Write Source, CA, Grade 8 Expository Writing Comparing Two Subjects Write Source, CA, Grade 7 Expository Writing - 4 -

5 High Point, Level C, Unit 3 Turning Problems into Solutions Conflict and Resolution Silver Level, Unit 3 Theme: Quest for Justice Write Source, CA, Grade 7 Persuasive Writing Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 2, Unit 5 Is Progress Always Good? High Point, Level B, Unit 4 Coming Full Circle McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 2, Unit 5 Joining Forces Continuity and Change McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 7, Unit 4, Part 1 Nothing Stays the Same McGraw Hill/SRA, Imagine It!, Grade 6, Unit 4 Great Expectations Write Source, CA, Grade 7 Narrative Writing Write Source, CA, Grade 8 Narrative Writing High Point, Level A, Unit 2 United, We Stand Cooperation McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 6, Unit 3, Part 1 A Sense of Fairness Creating an Editorial Write Source, CA, Grade 7 Persuasive Writing Holt, Elements of Literature, First Course, Collection 7 Literary Criticism: Where I Stand Critique Holt, Elements of Literature, Introductory Course, Collection 8 Literary Criticism: You Be the Judge Holt, Elements of Literature, Second Course, Collection 7 Literary Criticism: A Biographical Approach Danger Holt, Elements of Literature, First Course, Collection 1 Facing Danger Defending a Position Write Source, CA, Grade 8 Persuasive Writing Describing a Place Write Source, CA, Grade 7 Descriptive Writing Describing an Event Write Source, CA, Grade 6 Descriptive Writing Harcourt Trophies, Grade 6, Timeless Treasures, Unit 6 Expanding Worlds High Point, Level C, Unit 2 The Force of Discovery Discoveries MacMillan/McGraw Hill, Treasures, Grade 6, Unit 1 Take Action McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 8, Unit 1 Insights Copper Level, Unit 2 Theme: Reaching Out - 5 -

6 McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 1, Unit 4 Unexpected Gifts McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 3, Unit 4 Who's in Charge Drama Bronze Level, Unit 8 Genre: Drama Silver Level, Unit 8 Genre: Drama Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 3, Unit 8 What Is The American Dream? Dreams and Decisions High Point, Level B, Unit 3 Follow Your Dreams Write Source, CA, Grade 8 Creative Writing Explaining a Process Write Source, CA, Grade 6 Expository Writing Fictionalized Journal Entry Write Source, CA, Grade 6 Response to Literature Free Verse Poem Write Source, CA, Grade 6 Creative Writing Future Event Write Source, CA, Grade 6 Creative Writing McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 3, Unit 9 Making Adjustments Growth Copper Level, Unit 1 Theme: Growing and Changing READ 180, Stage B, Workshop 5 Under Pressure Harcourt Trophies, Grade 6, Timeless Treasures, Unit 3 Unlocking the Past MacMillan/McGraw Hill, Treasures, Grade 6, Unit 6 Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 1, Unit 11 Bridges to History McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 2, Unit 11 Bridges to History History McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 3, Unit 11 Bridges to History McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 6, Unit 5 Making Your Mark McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 8, Unit 5 American Voices McGraw Hill/SRA, Imagine It!, Grade 6, Unit 1 Taking a Stand McGraw Hill/SRA, Imagine It!, Grade 6, Unit 2 Ancient Civilizations READ 180, Stage B, Workshop 1 The New Americans - 6 -

7 Identity Imagination/Animals Imagination/Science Fiction Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 1, Unit 4 Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 2, Unit 2 Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 2, Unit 7 Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 3, Unit 5 Harcourt Trophies, Grade 6, Timeless Treasures, Unit 1 High Point, Level A, Unit 1 McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 2, Unit 9 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 6, Unit 1, Part 1 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 6, Unit 5, Part 1 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 7, Unit 1, Part 1 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 8, Unit 3 Bronze Level, Unit 1 Copper Level, Unit 3 READ 180, Stage B, Workshop 3 Write Source, CA, Grade 8 Write Source, CA, Grade 8 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 6, Unit 4, Part 1 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 6, Unit 4, Part 2 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 7, Unit 3, Part 2 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 8, Unit 4 Copper Level, Unit 5 What Makes You Who You Are? How Can We Become Who We Want To Be? What Makes You Tick? How Do You Stay True To Yourself? Personal Best A Very Unique You The Real Me Tests of Courage Making Your Mark Learning from Experience The Human Spirit Independence and Identity Theme: Proving Yourself Identity Crisis Narrative Writing Persuasive Writing Wondrous Worlds Wondrous Worlds Flights of Imagination Strange Goings on Theme: Mysterious Worlds - 7 -

8 Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 1, Unit 1 Why Read? Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 2, Unit 1 Why Do We Read? Informational Texts Holt, Elements of Literature, First Course, Collection 8 Reading for Life Holt, Elements of Literature, Second Course, Collection 8 Reading for Life McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 1, Unit 3 The Power of Nature McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 3, Unit 8 Hard to Believe Interpreting a story Write Source, CA, Grade 7 Response to Literature Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 1, Unit 7 What Can We Learn from Our Mistakes? MacMillan/McGraw Hill, Treasures, Grade 6, Unit 3 Great Ideas McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 1, Unit 1 We All Make Mistakes Learning Experience McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 1, Unit 6 Getting the Upper Hand McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 7, Unit 1, Part 2 Learning from Experience Write Source, CA, Grade 7 Narrative Writing McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 1, Unit 10 For the Sake of Others McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 2, Unit 3 Sheer Fear McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 2, Unit 12 Reader's Choice McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 3, Unit 12 Reader's Choice Life Experience Silver Level, Unit 1 Theme: Coming of Age Silver Level, Unit 5 Theme: Extraordinary Occurrences READ 180, Stage B, Workshop 4 Stolen Childhoods MacMillan/McGraw Hill, Treasures, Grade 6, Unit 5 Turning Points McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 3, Unit 1 Not According to Plan Life Issues Copper Level, Theme: Seeing It Through Unit 4-8 -

9 READ 180, Stage B, Workshop 8 Turning Points Life Issues READ 180, Stage C, Workshop 1 Survivors READ 180, Stage C, Workshop 4 When Music Offends READ 180, Stage C, Workshop 5 In The Money Literary Devices Holt, Elements of Literature, Introductory Course, Collection 6 The Writer's Craft: Metaphors, Symbols, and Images Literary Style Holt, Elements of Literature, Second Course, Collection 5 A Matter of Style McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 2, Unit 6 Twists and Turns Love Holt, Elements of Literature, First Course, Collection 3 Living in the Heart Holt, Elements of Literature, First Course, Collection 2 Characters: Living Many Lives Many Lives Silver Level, Unit 4 Theme: From Sea to Shining Sea Holt, Elements of Literature, First Course, Collection 6 Our Literary Heritage: Greek Myths and World Folk Tales The Oral Tradition: Tales From Around the McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 7, Unit 6 Myths and Folk Tales World Bronze Level, Unit 10 Genre: Legends, Folk Tales, and Myths Copper Level, Unit 10 Genre: The Oral Tradition Myths and Folk Tales Silver Level, Unit 10 The American Folk Tradition Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 1, Unit 2 What Brings out the Best in you? Personal Expression High Point, Level C, Unit 1 Creative Touch Write Source, CA, Grade 6 Narrative Writing Pet Peeve Essay Write Source, CA, Grade 6 Persuasive Writing Holt, Elements of Literature, First Course, Collection 5 Worlds of Words: Prose and Poetry Poetry and Prose Holt, Elements of Literature, Introductory Course, Collection 7 Poetry Holt, Elements of Literature, Second Course, Collection 6 Poetry: Sound and Sense - 9 -

10 McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 1, Unit 2 Night Moves McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 1, Unit 9 Games We Play McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 2, Unit 2 City Scenes McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 3, Unit 5 Special Places Poetry and Prose Bronze Level, Unit 9 Genre: Poetry Copper Level, Unit 9 Genre: Poetry Silver Level, Unit 9 Genre: Poetry Write Source, CA, Grade 7 Creative Writing Poetry Review Write Source, CA, Grade 7 Response to Literature Point of View Holt, Elements of Literature, First Course, Collection 4 Point of View: Can You See It My Way McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 3, Unit 10 Appearances Can Fool You Promoting a Cause Write Source, CA, Grade 6 Persuasive Writing Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 1, Unit 8 What Makes a Friend? Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 2, Unit 3 Who Can We Really Count On? Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 2, Unit 4 Who Influences Us and How do They do so? High Point, Level A, Unit 3 Making Connections McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 1, Unit 5 Family Snapshots Relationships McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 2, Unit 4 Close Connections McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 3, Unit 3 We Are Family McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 6, Unit 3, Part 2 A Sense of Fairness McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 7, Unit 2, Part 1 Relationships McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 8, Unit 1 Insights

11 Relationships Rescue Research Report Science Social Issues Bronze Level, Unit 2 READ 180, Stage C, Workshop 6 Write Source, CA, Grade 8 Harcourt Trophies, Grade 6, Timeless Treasures, Unit 2 MacMillan/McGraw Hill, Treasures, Grade 6, Unit 2 McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 2, Unit 10 Write Source, CA, Grade 6 Write Source, CA, Grade 7 Write Source, CA, Grade 8 McGraw Hill/SRA, Imagine It!, Grade 6, Unit 3 McGraw Hill/SRA, Imagine It!, Grade 6, Unit 5 READ 180, Stage B, Workshop 7 READ 180, Stage C, Workshop 2 READ 180, Stage C, Workshop 7 READ 180, Stage C, Workshop 8 READ 180, Stage C, Workshop 9 Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 2, Unit 6 Holt, Elements of Literature, Introductory Course, Collection 1 Holt, Elements of Literature, Introductory Course, Collection 2 Holt, Elements of Literature, Introductory Course, Collection 3 Holt, Elements of Literature, Introductory Course, Collection 4 Holt, Elements of Literature, Second Course, Collection 1 Holt, Elements of Literature, Second Course, Collection 3 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 7, Unit 3, Part 1 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 8, Unit 6 Common Threads Amigo Brothers Descriptive Writing Friends to the Rescue Saving the Day Uncommon Heroes Research Writing Research Writing Research Writing Ecology Earth in Action Alien Invaders Killer Plagues Your Brain Exposed Crime, Punishment, and Teens The Front Line of Justice Why Do We Share Our? Plot: Moments of Truth Characters: The People You'll Meet Theme: The Heart of the Matter Forms of Fiction Telling Being There Flights of Imagination The Oral Tradition: Tales from the Americas

12 Bronze Level, Unit 5 Just for Fun Bronze Level, Unit 6 Genre: Short Story Bronze Level, Unit 7 Genre: Nonfiction Copper Level, Unit 6 Genre: Short Copper Level, Unit 8 Genre: Drama Silver Level, Unit 6 Genre: Short READ 180, Stage B, Workshop 6 Poe: The Master of Horror Write Source, CA, Grade 7 Creative Writing Holt, Elements of Literature, Second Course, Collection 2 Do the Right Thing Struggle Holt, Elements of Literature, Second Course, Collection 4 The Human Spirit McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 1, Unit 12 Reader's Choice McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 2, Unit 1 No Turning Back High Point, Level A, Unit 5 To Tell Traditions McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 6, Unit 5 Making Your Mark McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 8, Unit 5 American Voices Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 1, Unit 6 What Makes A Hero? High Point, Level C, Unit 5 Break Through the Barriers MacMillan/McGraw Hill, Treasures, Grade 6, Unit 4 Achievements Triumphs McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 1, Unit 7 You Can If You Try McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 2, Unit 8 No Pain No Gain McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 3, Unit 6 The Battle is On! McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 6, Unit 1 Tests of Courage Write a Poem Write Source, CA, Grade 8 Creative Writing Writing a Letter to an Author Write Source, CA, Grade 8 Response to Literature

13 Table 2: Textbook Unit Unit Title Theme Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 1 Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 1, Unit 1 Why Read? Informational Texts Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 1, Unit 2 What Brings out the Best in you? Personal Expression Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 1, Unit 3 What's Fair and What's Not? Choices Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 1, Unit 4 What Makes You Who You Are? Identity Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 1, Unit 5 How Should You Deal With Bullies? Challenges Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 1, Unit 6 What Makes A Hero? Triumphs Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 1, Unit 7 What Can We Learn from Our Mistakes? Learning Experience Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 1, Unit 8 What Makes a Friend? Relationships Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 2 Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 2, Unit 1 Why Do We Read? Informational Texts Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 2, Unit 2 How Can We Become Who We Want To Be? Identity Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 2, Unit 3 Who Can We Really Count On? Relationships Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 2, Unit 4 Who Influences Us and How do They do so? Relationships Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 2, Unit 5 Is Progress Always Good? Continuity and Change Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 2, Unit 6 Why Do We Share Our? Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 2, Unit 7 What Makes You Tick? Identity Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 2, Unit 8 What is a Community? Community Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 3 Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 3, Unit 1 Reading: What's In It For You? Communication Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 3, Unit 2 Which is More Important, the Journey or the Destination? Challenges Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 3, Unit 3 When is the Price Too High? Choices Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 3, Unit 4 What Do You Do When You Don't Know What To Do? Choices Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 3, Unit 5 How Do You Stay True To Yourself? Identity

14 Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 3, Unit 6 How Do You Keep From Giving Up When Bad Things Happen? Challenges Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 3, Unit 7 What s Worth Fighting For? What's Not? Choices Glencoe, Reading With Purpose, Course 3, Unit 8 What Is The American Dream? Dreams and Decisions Harcourt Trophies, Grade 6, Timeless Treasures Harcourt Trophies, Grade 6, Timeless Treasures, Unit 1 Personal Best Identity Harcourt Trophies, Grade 6, Timeless Treasures, Unit 2 Friends to the Rescue Rescue Harcourt Trophies, Grade 6, Timeless Treasures, Unit 3 Unlocking the Past History Harcourt Trophies, Grade 6, Timeless Treasures, Unit 4 Creative Solutions Challenges Harcourt Trophies, Grade 6, Timeless Treasures, Unit 5 Making a Difference Challenges Harcourt Trophies, Grade 6, Timeless Treasures, Unit 6 Expanding Worlds Discoveries High Point, Level A High Point, Level A, Unit 1 A Very Unique You Identity High Point, Level A, Unit 2 United, We Stand Cooperation High Point, Level A, Unit 3 Making Connections Relationships High Point, Level A, Unit 4 Communities Count Community High Point, Level A, Unit 5 To Tell Traditions High Point, Level B High Point, Level B, Unit 1 Get the Message Communication High Point, Level B, Unit 2 A Sense of Place Belonging High Point, Level B, Unit 3 Follow Your Dreams Dreams and Decisions High Point, Level B, Unit 4 Coming Full Circle Continuity and Change High Point, Level B, unit 5 Overcoming Obstacles Challenges High Point, Level C High Point, Level C, Unit 1 Creative Touch Personal Expression High Point, Level C, Unit 2 The Force of Discovery Discoveries High Point, Level C, Unit 3 Turning Problems into Solutions Conflict and Resolution High Point, Level C, Unit 4 It's Up to You! Choices High Point, Level C, Unit 5 Break Through the Barriers Triumphs

15 Holt, Elements of Literature, First Course Holt, Elements of Literature, First Course, Collection 1 Facing Danger Danger Holt, Elements of Literature, First Course, Collection 2 Characters: Living Many Lives Many Lives Holt, Elements of Literature, First Course, Collection 3 Living in the Heart Love Holt, Elements of Literature, First Course, Collection 4 Point of View: Can You See It My Way Point of View Holt, Elements of Literature, First Course, Collection 5 Worlds of Words: Prose and Poetry Poetry and Prose Holt, Elements of Literature, First Course, Collection 6 Our Literary Heritage: Greek Myths and World Folk Tales Myths and Folk Tales Holt, Elements of Literature, First Course, Collection 7 Literary Criticism: Where I Stand Critique Holt, Elements of Literature, First Course, Collection 8 Reading for Life Informational Texts Holt, Elements of Literature, Introductory Course Holt, Elements of Literature, Introductory Course, Collection 1 Plot: Moments of Truth Holt, Elements of Literature, Introductory Course, Collection 2 Characters: The People You'll Meet Holt, Elements of Literature, Introductory Course, Collection 3 Theme: The Heart of the Matter Holt, Elements of Literature, Introductory Course, Collection 4 Forms of Fiction Holt, Elements of Literature, Introductory Course, Biography and Autobiography: Unforgettable Collection 5 Personalities Biography and Autobiography Holt, Elements of Literature, Introductory Course, Collection 6 The Writer's Craft: Metaphors, Symbols, and Images Literary Devices Holt, Elements of Literature, Introductory Course, Collection 7 Poetry Poetry and Prose Holt, Elements of Literature, Introductory Course, Collection 8 Literary Criticism: You Be the Judge Critique

16 Holt, Elements of Literature, Second Course Holt, Elements of Literature, Second Course, Collection 1 Telling Holt, Elements of Literature, Second Course, Collection 2 Do the Right Thing Struggle Holt, Elements of Literature, Second Course, Collection 3 Being There Holt, Elements of Literature, Second Course, Collection 4 The Human Spirit Struggle Holt, Elements of Literature, Second Course, Collection 5 A Matter of Style Literary Style Holt, Elements of Literature, Second Course, Collection 6 Poetry: Sound and Sense Poetry and Prose Holt, Elements of Literature, Second Course, Collection 7 Literary Criticism: A Biographical Approach Critique Holt, Elements of Literature, Second Course, Collection 8 Reading for Life Informational Texts MacMillan/McGraw Hill, Treasures, Grade 6 MacMillan/McGraw Hill, Treasures, Grade 6, Unit 1 Take Action Discoveries MacMillan/McGraw Hill, Treasures, Grade 6, Unit 2 Saving the Day Rescue MacMillan/McGraw Hill, Treasures, Grade 6, Unit 3 Great Ideas Learning Experience MacMillan/McGraw Hill, Treasures, Grade 6, Unit 4 Achievements Triumphs MacMillan/McGraw Hill, Treasures, Grade 6, Unit 5 Turning Points Life Issues MacMillan/McGraw Hill, Treasures, Grade 6, Unit 6 Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow History McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 1 McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 1, Unit 1 We All Make Mistakes Learning Experience McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 1, Unit 2 Night Moves Poetry and Prose McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 1, Unit 3 The Power of Nature Informational Texts McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 1, Unit 4 Unexpected Gifts Drama McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 1, Unit 5 Family Snapshots Relationships McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 1, Unit 6 Getting the Upper Hand Learning Experience

17 McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 1, Unit 7 You Can If You Try Triumphs McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 1, Unit 8 Making a Difference Community McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 1, Unit 9 Games We Play Poetry and Prose McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 1, Unit 10 For the Sake of Others Life Experience McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 1, Unit 11 Bridges to History History McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 1, Unit 12 Reader's Choice Struggle McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 2 McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 2, Unit 1 No Turning Back Struggle McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 2, Unit 2 City Scenes Poetry and Prose McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 2, Unit 3 Sheer Fear Life Experience McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 2, Unit 4 Close Connections Relationships McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 2, Unit 5 Joining Forces Continuity and Change McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 2, Unit 6 Twists and Turns Literary Style McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 2, Unit 7 Taking Chances Challenges McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 2, Unit 8 No Pain No Gain Triumphs McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 2, Unit 9 The Real Me Identity McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 2, Unit 10 Uncommon Heroes Rescue McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 2, Unit 11 Bridges to History History McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 2, Unit 12 Reader's Choice Life Experience McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 3 McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 3, Unit 1 Not According to Plan Life Issues McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 3, Unit 2 Courage Counts Challenges McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 3, Unit 3 We Are Family Relationships McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 3, Unit 4 Who's in Charge Drama McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 3, Unit 5 Special Places Poetry and Prose McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 3, Unit 6 The Battle is On! Triumphs McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 3, Unit 7 Decisions Don't Come Easily Choices McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 3, Unit 8 Hard to Believe Informational Texts McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 3, Unit 9 Making Adjustments Growth McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 3, Unit 10 Appearances Can Fool You Point of View

18 McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 3, Unit 11 Bridges to History History McDougal Littell, Bridges to Literature, Level 3, Unit 12 Reader's Choice Life Experience McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 6 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 6, Unit 1 Tests of Courage Identity McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 6, Unit 1 Tests of Courage Triumphs McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 6, Unit 2 Growth and Change Belonging McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 6, Unit 2 Growth and Change Community McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 6, Unit 3 A Sense of Fairness Cooperation McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 6, Unit 3 A Sense of Fairness Relationships McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 6, Unit 4 Wondrous Worlds Imagination/Animals McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 6, Unit 4 Wondrous Worlds Imagination/Science Fiction McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 6, Unit 5 Making Your Mark History McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 6, Unit 5 Making Your Mark Identity McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 6, Unit 5 Making Your Mark Traditions McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 7 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 7, Unit 1 Learning from Experience Identity McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 7, Unit 1 Learning from Experience Learning Experience

19 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 7, Unit 2 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 7, Unit 2 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 7, Unit 3 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 7, Unit 3 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 7, Unit 4 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 7, Unit 5 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 7, Unit 6 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 8 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 8, Unit 1 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 8, Unit 1 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 8, Unit 2 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 8, Unit 2 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 8, Unit 3 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 8, Unit 3 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 8, Unit 4 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 8, Unit 5 Relationships Relationships Flights of Imagination Flights of Imagination Nothing Stays the Same Personal Challenges The Oral Tradition: Tales From Around the World Insights Insights Rising to the Challenge Rising to the Challenge The Human Spirit The Human Spirit Strange Goings on American Voices Choices Relationships Imagination/Science Fiction Continuity and Change Challenges Myths and Folk Tales Discoveries Relationships Challenges Choices Challenges Identity Imagination/Science Fiction History

20 McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 8, Unit 5 American Voices Traditions McDougal Littell, The Language of Literature, Grade 8, Unit 6 The Oral Tradition: Tales from the Americas McGraw Hill/SRA, Imagine It!, Grade 6 McGraw Hill/SRA, Imagine It!, Grade 6, Unit 1 Taking a Stand History McGraw Hill/SRA, Imagine It!, Grade 6, Unit 2 Ancient Civilizations History McGraw Hill/SRA, Imagine It!, Grade 6, Unit 3 Ecology Science McGraw Hill/SRA, Imagine It!, Grade 6, Unit 4 Great Expectations Continuity and Change McGraw Hill/SRA, Imagine It!, Grade 6, Unit 5 Earth in Action Science McGraw Hill/SRA, Imagine It!, Grade 6, Unit 6 Art and Impact Art Bronze Level Bronze Level, Unit 1 Independence and Identity Identity Bronze Level, Unit 2 Common Threads Relationships Bronze Level, Unit 3 What Matters Choices Bronze Level, Unit 4 Meeting Challenges Challenges Bronze Level, Unit 5 Just for Fun Bronze Level, Unit 6 Genre: Short Story Bronze Level, Unit 7 Genre: Nonfiction Bronze Level, Unit 8 Genre: Drama Drama

21 Bronze Level, Unit 9 Genre: Poetry Bronze Level, Unit 10 Genre: Legends, Folk Tales, and Myths Copper Level Copper Level, Unit 1 Theme: Growing and Changing Copper Level, Unit 2 Theme: Reaching Out Copper Level, Unit 3 Theme: Proving Yourself Copper Level, Unit 4 Theme: Seeing It Through Copper Level, Unit 5 Theme: Mysterious Worlds Copper Level, Unit 6 Genre: Short Copper Level, Unit 7 Genre: Nonfiction Copper Level, Unit 8 Genre: Drama Copper Level, Unit 9 Genre: Poetry Copper Level, Unit 10 Genre: The Oral Tradition Silver Level Silver Level, Unit 1 Theme: Coming of Age Silver Level, Unit 2 Theme: Meeting Challenges Poetry and Prose Myths and Folk Tales Growth Discoveries Identity Life Issues Imagination/Science Fiction Communication Poetry and Prose Myths and Folk Tales Life Experience Challenges

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