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Senior Language Arts Learning Goals Posters



Senior Language Arts Learning Goals Posters


Product Description

Senior Language Arts Learning Goals Poster

Learning goals are important for our students’ education and learning. When we have a goal in mind when teaching, everything else serves a specific purpose, and everything seems to fall into place. As teachers, we are asked to display these learning goals in our classroom, but for me, this wasn’t possible.

With 30 plus students in my class, I didn’t have time to write my learning goals on chart paper or display them on the board. Hmmm… what’s a girl to do?

I created these posters to make my life, as well as yours, easier. This bundle offers ALL of the senior, (grade 12) goals and is in line with the Common Core as well as the Canadian curriculums.

The bundle includes: 

A 14-page checklist of all of the learning goals, which can help the teacher keep track of what’s been covered and what hasn’t.

55 Learning Goal posters (8×11) that can easily be posted on the bulletin board or the chalkboard at the front of the class.

These posters allow students to track learn the focus of the lesson.

Three strands are covered: (with the focus of each poster clearly indicated) 
1) Reading and Interpretation
2) Writing and Representation
3) Oral and Oral-Visual Communication

It’s teaching made easy!

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Total Pages
64 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration

FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “FREE Show Evidence From the Text: Nonfiction Reading Practice”

by Tracee Orman

6th – 9th Grade



Do your students know how to adequately show evidence from the text when they are asked? We often take for granted that students automatically know how to do this.

Use my Show Evidence From the Text: Nonfiction Reading Pratice *FREE* resource to help your students! This resource includes a visual aid to help students remember, as well as ONE nonfiction passage with questions to practice citing evidence from the text. Suggested answers for each question (and identification of evidence from the passage) ARE included.

This is the FREE version. To get all THREE of the nonfiction passages and all of the visual aids, you can purchase the full version here:

Show Evidence From the Text: Nonfiction Reading Practice FULL VERSION

Aligned with the following Common Core State Standards:

Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from the text.

Read and comprehend complex literary and informational texts independently and proficiently.

Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization, and style are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience.

Draw evidence from literary or informational texts to support analysis, reflection, and research.

Write routinely over extended time frames (time for research, reflection, and revision) and shorter time frames (a single sitting or a day or two) for a range of tasks, purposes, and audiences.

The file is a non-editable PDF file. It is meant to be printed and shared with your students.

Created and copyrighted by Tracee Orman

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