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Common Core Writing: Rubric specifically aligned with the Common Core State Standards for an informative literature analysis essay.
Common Core Resources for Any Subject/Content Area - Grades 6, 7, and 8: Includes materials for reading, vocabulary, speaking/listening, research projects, and Common Core check lists. Every activity aligned with the CCSS. Discounts for schools to purchase licenses for staff; POs accepted. www.teacherspayte...
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Common Core Reading and Vocabulary Assessment - includes both fiction and non-fiction reading passages with multiple choice questions and writing response. (priced)
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