11th-12th ELA IXL CCSS Lesson Links

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

L.11-12.1

 

L.11-12.1.a

Explore words with new or contested usages (11-Q.6)

Explore words with new or contested usages (12-Q.6)

 

L.11-12.1.b

Use dictionary entries to determine correct usage (11-Q.5)

Explore words with new or contested usages (11-Q.6)

Use dictionary entries to determine correct usage (12-Q.5)

Explore words with new or contested usages (12-Q.6)

 

L.11-12.2

 

L.11-12.2.a

Use hyphens in compound adjectives (11-EE.2)

Use hyphens in compound adjectives (12-EE.2)

 

L.11-12.2.b

Use the correct frequently confused word (11-K.1)

Identify and correct errors with frequently confused words (11-K.2)

Identify and correct errors with frequently confused pronouns and contractions (11-K.3)

Correct errors with commonly misspelled words (11-K.4)

Use the correct homophone (11-O.1)

Identify and correct errors with homophones (11-O.2)

Form and use comparative and superlative adjectives (11-Z.2)

Form and use comparative and superlative adverbs (11-Z.4)

Identify and correct errors with plural and possessive nouns (11-FF.1)

Identify and correct errors with compound and joint possession (11-FF.2)

Use the correct frequently confused word (12-K.1)

Identify and correct errors with frequently confused words (12-K.2)

Identify and correct errors with frequently confused pronouns and contractions (12-K.3)

Correct errors with commonly misspelled words (12-K.4)

Use the correct homophone (12-O.1)

Identify and correct errors with homophones (12-O.2)

Form and use comparative and superlative adjectives (12-Z.2)

Form and use comparative and superlative adverbs (12-Z.4)

Identify and correct errors with plural and possessive nouns (12-FF.1)

Identify and correct errors with compound and joint possession (12-FF.2)

 

L.11-12.3

 

L.11-12.3.a

Combine sentences using relative clauses (11-U.6)

Combine sentences using relative clauses (12-U.6)

 

L.11-12.4

 

L.11-12.4.a

Interpret the meaning of an allusion from its source (11-C.2)

Interpret the figure of speech (11-C.4)

Use context as a clue to the meanings of foreign expressions (11-P.2)

Determine the meaning of words using synonyms in context (11-S.1)

Determine the meaning of words using antonyms in context (11-S.2)

Domain-specific vocabulary in context: science and technical subjects (11-S.3)

Interpret the meaning of an allusion from its source (12-C.2)

Interpret the figure of speech (12-C.4)

Use context as a clue to the meanings of foreign expressions (12-P.2)

Determine the meaning of words using synonyms in context (12-S.1)

Determine the meaning of words using antonyms in context (12-S.2)

Domain-specific vocabulary in context: science and technical subjects (12-S.3)

 

L.11-12.4.b

Analogies (11-R.1)

Analogies: challenge (11-R.2)

Analogies (12-R.1)

Analogies: challenge (12-R.2)

 

L.11-12.4.c

Use dictionary entries to determine correct usage (11-Q.5)

Use dictionary entries to determine correct usage (12-Q.5)

 

L.11-12.4.d

Use dictionary entries to determine correct usage (11-Q.5)

Use dictionary entries to determine correct usage (12-Q.5)

 

L.11-12.5

 

L.11-12.5.a

Interpret the meaning of an allusion from its source (11-C.2)

Interpret the figure of speech (11-C.4)

Analyze the effects of figures of speech on meaning and tone (11-C.8)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 1 (11-E.5)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 2 (11-E.6)

Interpret the meaning of an allusion from its source (12-C.2)

Interpret the figure of speech (12-C.4)

Analyze the effects of figures of speech on meaning and tone (12-C.8)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 1 (12-E.5)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 2 (12-E.6)

 

L.11-12.5.b

Describe the difference between related words (11-Q.1)

Choose the word whose connotation and denotation best match the sentence (11-Q.2)

Use words accurately and precisely (11-Q.3)

Describe the difference between related words (12-Q.1)

Choose the word whose connotation and denotation best match the sentence (12-Q.2)

Use words accurately and precisely (12-Q.3)

 

L.11-12.6

Prefixes (11-M.3)

Suffixes (11-M.4)

Sort words by shared Greek or Latin roots (11-N.1)

Use Greek and Latin roots as clues to the meanings of words (11-N.2)

Use words as clues to the meanings of Greek and Latin roots (11-N.3)

Determine the meanings of Greek and Latin roots (11-N.4)

Determine the meanings of words with Greek and Latin roots (11-N.5)

Use etymologies to determine the meanings of words (11-P.1)

Use context as a clue to the meanings of foreign expressions (11-P.2)

Use the correct foreign expression (11-P.3)

Describe the difference between related words (11-Q.1)

Choose the word whose connotation and denotation best match the sentence (11-Q.2)

Determine the meaning of words using synonyms in context (11-S.1)

Determine the meaning of words using antonyms in context (11-S.2)

Domain-specific vocabulary in context: science and technical subjects (11-S.3)

Prefixes (12-M.1)

Suffixes (12-M.2)

Sort words by shared Greek or Latin roots (12-N.1)

Use Greek and Latin roots as clues to the meanings of words (12-N.2)

Use words as clues to the meanings of Greek and Latin roots (12-N.3)

Determine the meanings of Greek and Latin roots (12-N.4)

Determine the meanings of words with Greek and Latin roots (12-N.5)

Use etymologies to determine the meanings of words (12-P.1)

Use context as a clue to the meanings of foreign expressions (12-P.2)

Use the correct foreign expression (12-P.3)

Describe the difference between related words (12-Q.1)

Choose the word whose connotation and denotation best match the sentence (12-Q.2)

Determine the meaning of words using synonyms in context (12-S.1)

Determine the meaning of words using antonyms in context (12-S.2)

Domain-specific vocabulary in context: science and technical subjects (12-S.3)

 

RI.11-12 Informational Text

 

RI.11-12.1

Trace an argument: set 1 (11-E.3)

Trace an argument: set 2 (11-E.4)

Identify supporting evidence in a text (11-H.3)

Trace an argument: set 1 (12-E.3)

Trace an argument: set 2 (12-E.4)

Identify supporting evidence in a text (12-H.3)

 

RI.11-12.2

Determine the main idea (11-A.1)

Analyze the development of informational passages: set 1 (11-E.1)

Analyze the development of informational passages: set 2 (11-E.2)

Trace an argument: set 1 (11-E.3)

Trace an argument: set 2 (11-E.4)

Identify thesis statements (11-G.2)

Determine the main idea (12-A.1)

Analyze the development of informational passages: set 1 (12-E.1)

Analyze the development of informational passages: set 2 (12-E.2)

Trace an argument: set 1 (12-E.3)

Trace an argument: set 2 (12-E.4)

Identify thesis statements (12-G.2)

 

RI.11-12.3

Analyze the development of informational passages: set 1 (11-E.1)

Analyze the development of informational passages: set 2 (11-E.2)

Trace an argument: set 1 (11-E.3)

Trace an argument: set 2 (11-E.4)

Analyze the development of informational passages: set 1 (12-E.1)

Analyze the development of informational passages: set 2 (12-E.2)

Trace an argument: set 1 (12-E.3)

Trace an argument: set 2 (12-E.4)

 

RI.11-12.4

Use context as a clue to the meanings of foreign expressions (11-P.2)

Determine the meaning of words using synonyms in context (11-S.1)

Determine the meaning of words using antonyms in context (11-S.2)

Domain-specific vocabulary in context: science and technical subjects (11-S.3)

Use context as a clue to the meanings of foreign expressions (12-P.2)

Determine the meaning of words using synonyms in context (12-S.1)

Determine the meaning of words using antonyms in context (12-S.2)

Domain-specific vocabulary in context: science and technical subjects (12-S.3)

 

RI.11-12.5

Analyze the development of informational passages: set 1 (11-E.1)

Analyze the development of informational passages: set 2 (11-E.2)

Trace an argument: set 1 (11-E.3)

Trace an argument: set 2 (11-E.4)

Choose the most appropriate counterclaim for a given claim (11-H.4)

Choose the analysis that logically connects the evidence to the claim (11-H.5)

Transition logically between claims, evidence, analysis, and counterclaims (11-H.6)

Analyze the development of informational passages: set 1 (12-E.1)

Analyze the development of informational passages: set 2 (12-E.2)

Trace an argument: set 1 (12-E.3)

Trace an argument: set 2 (12-E.4)

Choose the most appropriate counterclaim for a given claim (12-H.4)

Choose the analysis that logically connects the evidence to the claim (12-H.5)

Transition logically between claims, evidence, analysis, and counterclaims (12-H.6)

 

RI.11-12.6

Which text is most formal? (11-B.1)

Compare passages for subjective and objective tone (11-B.2)

Identify audience and purpose (11-B.3)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 1 (11-E.5)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 2 (11-E.6)

Identify appeals to ethos, pathos, and logos in advertisements (11-I.1)

Use appeals to ethos, pathos, and logos in persuasive writing (11-I.2)

Which text is most formal? (12-B.1)

Compare passages for subjective and objective tone (12-B.2)

Identify audience and purpose (12-B.3)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 1 (12-E.5)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 2 (12-E.6)

Identify appeals to ethos, pathos, and logos in advertisements (12-I.1)

Use appeals to ethos, pathos, and logos in persuasive writing (12-I.2)

 

RI.11-12.7

 

RI.11-12.8

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 1 (11-E.5)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 2 (11-E.6)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 1 (12-E.5)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 2 (12-E.6)

 

RI.11-12.9

Identify audience and purpose (11-B.3)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 1 (11-E.5)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 2 (11-E.6)

Identify appeals to ethos, pathos, and logos in advertisements (11-I.1)

Identify audience and purpose (12-B.3)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 1 (12-E.5)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 2 (12-E.6)

Identify appeals to ethos, pathos, and logos in advertisements (12-I.1)

Determine the main idea (11-A.1)

Analyze the development of informational passages: set 1 (11-E.1)

Analyze the development of informational passages: set 2 (11-E.2)

Trace an argument: set 1 (11-E.3)

Trace an argument: set 2 (11-E.4)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 1 (11-E.5)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 2 (11-E.6)

Determine the main idea (12-A.1)

Analyze the development of informational passages: set 1 (12-E.1)

Analyze the development of informational passages: set 2 (12-E.2)

Trace an argument: set 1 (12-E.3)

Trace an argument: set 2 (12-E.4)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 1 (12-E.5)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 2 (12-E.6)

 

W.11-12 Writing

 

W.11-12.1

 

W.11-12.1.a

Organize information by main idea (11-F.2)

Identify thesis statements (11-G.2)

Distinguish facts from opinions (11-H.1)

Choose the most appropriate counterclaim for a given claim (11-H.4)

Choose the analysis that logically connects the evidence to the claim (11-H.5)

Organize information by main idea (12-F.2)

Identify thesis statements (12-G.2)

Distinguish facts from opinions (12-H.1)

Choose the most appropriate counterclaim for a given claim (12-H.4)

Choose the analysis that logically connects the evidence to the claim (12-H.5)

 

W.11-12.1.b

Choose evidence to support a claim (11-H.2)

Identify supporting evidence in a text (11-H.3)

Choose the most appropriate counterclaim for a given claim (11-H.4)

Choose the analysis that logically connects the evidence to the claim (11-H.5)

Classify logical fallacies (11-H.7)

Choose evidence to support a claim (12-H.2)

Identify supporting evidence in a text (12-H.3)

Choose the most appropriate counterclaim for a given claim (12-H.4)

Choose the analysis that logically connects the evidence to the claim (12-H.5)

Classify logical fallacies (12-H.7)

W.11-12.1.c

Choose the analysis that logically connects the evidence to the claim (11-H.5)

Transition logically between claims, evidence, analysis, and counterclaims (11-H.6)

Classify logical fallacies (11-H.7)

Transitions with conjunctive adverbs (11-J.1)

Choose the analysis that logically connects the evidence to the claim (12-H.5)

Transition logically between claims, evidence, analysis, and counterclaims (12-H.6)

Classify logical fallacies (12-H.7)

Transitions with conjunctive adverbs (12-J.1)

 

W.11-12.1.d

Which text is most formal? (11-B.1)

Compare passages for subjective and objective tone (11-B.2)

Which text is most formal? (12-B.1)

Compare passages for subjective and objective tone (12-B.2)

 

W.11-12.1.e

 

W.11-12.2

 

W.11-12.2.a

Analyze the development of informational passages: set 1 (11-E.1)

Analyze the development of informational passages: set 2 (11-E.2)

Order topics from broadest to narrowest (11-F.1)

Organize information by main idea (11-F.2)

Choose the topic sentence that best captures the main idea (11-G.1)

Analyze the development of informational passages: set 1 (12-E.1)

Analyze the development of informational passages: set 2 (12-E.2)

Order topics from broadest to narrowest (12-F.1)

Organize information by main idea (12-F.2)

Choose the topic sentence that best captures the main idea (12-G.1)

 

W.11-12.2.b

Distinguish facts from opinions (11-H.1)

Choose evidence to support a claim (11-H.2)

Identify supporting evidence in a text (11-H.3)

Distinguish facts from opinions (12-H.1)

Choose evidence to support a claim (12-H.2)

Identify supporting evidence in a text (12-H.3)

 

W.11-12.2.c

Transition logically between claims, evidence, analysis, and counterclaims (11-H.6)

Transitions with conjunctive adverbs (11-J.1)

Transition logically between claims, evidence, analysis, and counterclaims (12-H.6)

Transitions with conjunctive adverbs (12-J.1)

 

W.11-12.2.d

Describe the difference between related words (11-Q.1)

Choose the word whose connotation and denotation best match the sentence (11-Q.2)

Use words accurately and precisely (11-Q.3)

Describe the difference between related words (12-Q.1)

Choose the word whose connotation and denotation best match the sentence (12-Q.2)

Use words accurately and precisely (12-Q.3)

 

W.11-12.2.e

Which text is most formal? (11-B.1)

Compare passages for subjective and objective tone (11-B.2)

Which text is most formal? (12-B.1)

Compare passages for subjective and objective tone (12-B.2)

 

W.11-12.2.f

 

W.11-12.3

 

W.11-12.3.a

Identify the narrative point of view (11-C.1)

Identify the narrative point of view (12-C.1)

 

W.11-12.3.b

 

W.11-12.3.c

 

W.11-12.3.d

Compare passages for tone (11-B.4)

Describe the difference between related words (11-Q.1)

Choose the word whose connotation and denotation best match the sentence (11-Q.2)

Use words accurately and precisely (11-Q.3)

Compare passages for tone (12-B.4)

Describe the difference between related words (12-Q.1)

Choose the word whose connotation and denotation best match the sentence (12-Q.2)

Use words accurately and precisely (12-Q.3)

 

W.11-12.3.e

 

W.11-12.4

Identify audience and purpose (11-B.3)

Order topics from broadest to narrowest (11-F.1)

Organize information by main idea (11-F.2)

Choose the topic sentence that best captures the main idea (11-G.1)

Identify audience and purpose (12-B.3)

Order topics from broadest to narrowest (12-F.1)

Organize information by main idea (12-F.2)

Choose the topic sentence that best captures the main idea (12-G.1)

 

W.11-12.5

Suggest appropriate revisions (11-K.7)

Suggest appropriate revisions (12-K.7)

 

W.11-12.6

 

W.11-12.7

 

W.11-12.8

Determine the main idea (11-A.1)

Choose evidence to support a claim (11-H.2)

Identify supporting evidence in a text (11-H.3)

Recognize the parts of a Works Cited entry (MLA 7th edition) (11-L.1)

Understand a Works Cited entry (MLA 7th edition) (11-L.2)

Recognize the parts of a Works Cited entry (MLA 8th edition) (11-L.3)

Use in-text citations with MLA formatting (11-L.4)

Identify plagiarism (11-L.5)

Determine the main idea (12-A.1)

Choose evidence to support a claim (12-H.2)

Identify supporting evidence in a text (12-H.3)

Recognize the parts of a Works Cited entry (MLA 7th edition) (12-L.1)

Understand a Works Cited entry (MLA 7th edition) (12-L.2)

Recognize the parts of a Works Cited entry (MLA 8th edition) (12-L.3)

Use in-text citations with MLA formatting (12-L.4)

Identify plagiarism (12-L.5)

 

W.11-12.9

 

W.11-12.9.a

Compare passages for tone (11-B.4)

Analyze short stories: set 1 (11-D.1)

Analyze short stories: set 2 (11-D.2)

Compare passages for tone (12-B.4)

Analyze short stories: set 1 (12-D.1)

Analyze short stories: set 2 (12-D.2)

 

W.11-12.9.b

Determine the main idea (11-A.1)

Analyze the development of informational passages: set 1 (11-E.1)

Analyze the development of informational passages: set 2 (11-E.2)

Trace an argument: set 1 (11-E.3)

Trace an argument: set 2 (11-E.4)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 1 (11-E.5)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 2 (11-E.6)

Determine the main idea (12-A.1)

Analyze the development of informational passages: set 1 (12-E.1)

Analyze the development of informational passages: set 2 (12-E.2)

Trace an argument: set 1 (12-E.3)

Trace an argument: set 2 (12-E.4)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 1 (12-E.5)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 2 (12-E.6)

 

W.11-12.10

 
 
 
 
 
 

RL.11-12.1

 

Analyze short stories: set 1 (11-D.1)

Analyze short stories: set 2 (11-D.2)

Identify supporting evidence in a text (11-H.3)

Analyze short stories: set 1 (12-D.1)

Analyze short stories: set 2 (12-D.2)

Identify supporting evidence in a text (12-H.3)

 

RL.11-12.2

 

RL.11-12.3

Analyze short stories: set 1 (11-D.1)

Analyze short stories: set 2 (11-D.2)

Analyze short stories: set 1 (12-D.1)

Analyze short stories: set 2 (12-D.2)

 

RL.11-12.4

Compare passages for tone (11-B.4)

Interpret the meaning of an allusion from its source (11-C.2)

Recall the source of an allusion (11-C.3)

Interpret the figure of speech (11-C.4)

Classify the figure of speech: euphemism, hyperbole, oxymoron, paradox (11-C.5)

Classify the figure of speech: anaphora, antithesis, apostrophe, assonance, chiasmus, understatement (11-C.6)

Classify the figure of speech: review (11-C.7)

Analyze the effects of figures of speech on meaning and tone (11-C.8)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 1 (11-E.5)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 2 (11-E.6)

Compare passages for tone (12-B.4)

Interpret the meaning of an allusion from its source (12-C.2)

Recall the source of an allusion (12-C.3)

Interpret the figure of speech (12-C.4)

Classify the figure of speech: euphemism, hyperbole, oxymoron, paradox (12-C.5)

Classify the figure of speech: anaphora, antithesis, apostrophe, assonance, chiasmus, understatement (12-C.6)

Classify the figure of speech: review (12-C.7)

Analyze the effects of figures of speech on meaning and tone (12-C.8)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 1 (12-E.5)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 2 (12-E.6)

 

RL.11-12.5

Analyze short stories: set 1 (11-D.1)

Analyze short stories: set 2 (11-D.2)

Analyze short stories: set 1 (12-D.1)

Analyze short stories: set 2 (12-D.2)

 

RL.11-12.6

Analyze short stories: set 1 (11-D.1)

Analyze short stories: set 2 (11-D.2)

Analyze short stories: set 1 (12-D.1)

Analyze short stories: set 2 (12-D.2)

Integration of Knowledge and Ideas

 

RL.11-12.7

 

RL.11-12.9

 

RL.11-12.10

 

RL.11-12.10a

Analyze short stories: set 1 (11-D.1)

Analyze short stories: set 2 (11-D.2)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 1 (11-E.5)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 2 (11-E.6)

 

RL.11-12.10b

Analyze short stories: set 1 (12-D.1)

Analyze short stories: set 2 (12-D.2)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 1 (12-E.5)

Analyze rhetorical strategies in historical texts: set 2 (12-E.6)