TRAJECTORY ANALYSIS CHARTS: Reading Informational Texts (RIT)

The Literacy Cookbook COVERRecently I posted a trajectory analysis chart for RIT Standard #1, looking at the progression of that standard from K-12.  In that blog post, I also explained how to analyze the trajectory of a standard and why it is important to do so.  While working with some folks who are rewriting their English/Language Arts curriculum this past week, it became apparent to me that curriculum writers could really benefit from a more complete set of trajectory analysis charts.

 

So, on the TLC “Standards” page, I posted a complete set of charts for ALL of the RIT standards.  And in the coming days and weeks, I will be adding similar charts for other standards.

 

Bottom Line/Shameless Plug: You don’t need to spend time creating these charts!  Become a TLC Website subscriber  (for a mere $25 if you use the 50%-off discount code here), and get your hands on these tools TODAY.

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In addition to this blog, I am the creator of THE LITERACY COOKBOOK Website (www.literacycookbook.com) and ONLY GOOD BOOKS Blog (http://onlygoodbooks.wordpress.com/), and the author of THE LITERACY COOKBOOK: A Practical Guide to Effective Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening Instruction (Jossey-Bass, 2012) and LITERACY AND THE COMMON CORE: Recipes for Action (Jossey-Bass, 2014). Check out my Website for more information about my consulting work.
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One Response to TRAJECTORY ANALYSIS CHARTS: Reading Informational Texts (RIT)

  1. Pingback: Common Core Resources on the TLC Website: ALL ELA Trajectory Analysis Charts Are Now Available!!! | The Literacy Cookbook blog

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