English Language Arts Title Search
for Grades 6 to 12
Search Criteria PUB
 
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  Core Resource:
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Descriptors Cautions Core Resources Year Recommended
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CAN - Canadian Content and/or Author
CORE - Core Resource (e.g., major integrated resource - MIR)
FNMI - First Nations, Métis, and Inuit
O/P - Out of Print
ROVER - Recommended Online Video Educational Resources
SK - Saskatchewan Content and/or Author
WNCP - Western Northern and Canadian Protocol
 
 

The titles in the English Language Arts Title Search are examples of learning resources that support English language arts topics and units for Grades 6 to12. Educators are advised to choose selections from the major integrated resources that relate directly to these topics and units.

The filters used to select English language arts topics and units are:

  • CAN – Canadian Content and/or Author
  • CORE – Core Resource (e.g., major integrated resource – MIR)
  • FNMI – First Nations, Métis, and Inuit
  • O/P – Out of Print
  • ROVER – Recommended Online Video Education Resources
  • SK – Saskatchewan Content and/or Author
  • WNCP – Western and Northern Canadian Protocol

The Grades 6 to 9 English language arts title search includes titles from the “Core” and “Additional” resource lists.

The Grades 10 to 12 (10, 20, 30) English language arts title search includes titles from the “Core” and “Additional” resource lists, the existing bibliographies, the selective listing, and the learning resources materials updates.

For instructional, assessment, and evaluation purposes, teachers should choose resources and selections from the respective English language arts core and additional resources or alternative resources that have not been suggested at other grade levels and that pose comparable challenge to the students. (For example: The Hunger Games is a recommended resource to support the Grade 10 level and should not be taught at the Grade 8 level.)