3e31: reads independently, using a variety of reading strategies
3e34: understands the vocabulary and language structures appropriate for this grade level
3e46: uses a variety of strategies to determine the meaning of unfamiliar words
3e30: reads aloud, speaking clearly and with expression
3e36: identifies and restates the main idea in a large piece of writing, and cites supporting details
3e44: uses knowledge of word order in oral and written language to determine the meaning of sentences
3e7: revises and edits work, using feedback from the teacher and peers
3e3: organizes information into short paragraphs that contain a main idea and related details
3e11: uses correct subject-verb agreement
3e12: correctly uses nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs
3e16: uses phonics and memorized spelling rules to increase accuracy in spelling
3e17: uses a variety of sources to check the spelling of unfamiliar words
3e53: talks about characters and situations in stories, and information and ideas in non-fiction materials
3e52: retells stories, demonstrating an understanding of basic story structure and including information about characters and situations in stories, and information and ideas in non-fiction
3e58: uses linking words such as although, instead of, and so that to organize and clarify ideas in speech
LA.E.22.214.171.124 The student uses personal perspective in responding to a work of literature, such as relating characters and simple events in a story or biography to people or events in his or her own life.
LA.E.126.96.36.199 The student knows the basic characteristics of fables, stories, and legends.
LA.E.188.8.131.52 The student identifies the story elements of setting, plot, character, problem, and solution/resolution.
LA.B.184.108.40.206 The student writes questions and observations about familiar topics, stories, or new experiences.
LA.B.220.127.116.11 The student uses basic computer skills for writing, such as basic word-processing techniques such as keying words, copying, cutting, and pasting; using e-mail; and accessing and using basic educational software for writing.
LA.A.18.104.22.168 The student determines the main idea or essential message from text and identifies supporting information.
|ELA-1-M1:||Interpret the etymology (origin) of words.|
|ELA-1-M5:||Respond verbally or in writing to a given selection (debate, discuss, paraphrase, create, perform, dramatize, present)|
|ELA-2-M3:||Drawing from reading, listening, observations, and/or personal experiences, apply prewriting, drafting, revising, and editing skills to publish coherent paragraphs.|
|ELA-2-M4:||Write myths, fables, or parables.|
|ELA-2-M6:||Construct basic oulines from given material for the use of note-taking and/or writing.|
|ELA-3-M1:||Form legible letters (lower/upper case) in both manuscript and cursive.|
|ELA-4-M1:||Participate in various activities (oral presentations, small/large group discussions, and oral reading)|
|ELA-4-M2:||Participate in various speaking/listening activities.|
|ELA-4-M6:||Participate in a variety of cooperative learning activities-assume different roles.|
|ELA-5-M2:||Use word-processing adn computer tools (thesaurus, spell-cheek, CD-ROM references, Internet information, grammar check) in the writing process.|
|ELA-5-M4:||Set up a spreadsheet using print and/or a computer.|
|ELA-5-M6:||Translate information from graphic organizers (graphs, charts, tables, diagrams, schedules,maps, flowcharts)|
|ELA-6-M2:||Identify and classify the genres of literature focusing on myths, fables, and parables.|
|ELA-7-M1:||Recall and summarize selections utilizing paraphrasing, predicting, drawing conclusions, comparing/contrasting, making inferences, main idea, sequencing,cause & effect.|
|ELA-7-M3:||Identify third person limited/omniscient point of view.|
Use electronic media (television, videos, computers) to help him/her in developing one’s own stories and to access information.
Listen to, view, or read literature which tells of characters in American and other cultures.
Recognize differences in types of writing such as fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.
Respond to stories and poems in ways that reflect understanding and interpretation in discussion, in writing, and through movement, music, art, and drama.
Connect ideas and themes across texts.
Interpret information from diagrams, charts, and graphs.
Students will interact with others in creating, interpreting, and evaluating written, oral, and visual texts.
Students will identify the literary conventions and devices used in such genres as folk tales, fairy tales, tall tales and poems and tell how those conventions and devices help the reader understand the genre.
Students will speak, write or draw in a variety of modes to tell stories that their audience understands.
Students will compose a piece of writing based on ideas generated through any of a variety of ways, revise and proofread it, and present it to an audience.
New York State English Language Arts Standard 2: Students will read, write, listen and speak for literary response and expression.
New York State English Language Arts Standard 3: Students will read, write, listen, and speak for critical analysis and evaluation.
New York State English Language Arts Standard 4: Students will read, write, listen and speak for social interaction.
Reading Essential Academic Learning Requirements
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