Understanding and Applying Text Complexity

The Standards for English Language Arts have dramatically raised expectations for the complexity of texts students should be able to read at grade level.

The Standards for English Language Arts have dramatically raised expectations for the complexity of texts students should be able to read at grade level. In this workshop, participants will learn how to evaluate any piece of literature’s quantitative score and qualitative measures (levels of meaning, structure, language, and knowledge demands), and how to match reader to task. Additionally, participants will expand their applications of literature to new NJSLS experiences and performance tasks.

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English/ELA Instructors

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