READ.1.R1.1 a: Reading
Distinguish, reproduce, and manipulate the sounds in words;
READ.1.R1.1 b: Reading
Use a combination of the following to read and comprehend text: knowledge of phonics, alphabet, and alphabetic principle, e.g., recognition of letter shapes, letter names, letter/sound relationships, initial/final consonants, vowels, letter patterns; pictures and visual cues; sight recognition of high frequency vocabulary words; word structure, e.g., root words, prefixes, suffixes, rhyming words; language structure, e.g., word order, grammar; meaning structure, e.g., prior knowledge and context; text structure, e.g., read left to right.
identifying initial, middle, and final sound in 1-syllable words;
blending 3-4 phonemes into a whole word;
segmenting 3 and 4 phonemes in 1-syllable words;
distinguishing, reproducing, and manipulating sounds for common letter combinations (i.e., word families, consonant blends, and digraphs)
Reading regularly spelled one syllable words using decoding skills, including knowledge of letter-sound relationships (phonics), digraphs, long and short vowel patterns
Reading high frequency words
Obtaining information using text features (e.g., titles, illustrations, table of contents, speech bubbles)
Identifying the meaning of new vocabulary; using new vocabulary in context
Self-monitoring and self-correcting while reading (e.g., recognizing when there is a mismatch and using other strategies to correct)
return sweep when reading;
meaning of ending punctuation;
capital and lower case letters (e.g., sentences and names begin with capitals)
Place modifiers properly and use the active voice.
Identify and use infinitives and participles and make clear references between pronouns and antecedents.
Identify all parts of speech and types and structure of sentences.
Punctuate by correctly using hyphens, dashes, brackets, and semicolons.
Spell derivatives correctly by applying the spellings of bases and affixes.
Use a variety of sentences correctly by punctuating them properly and avoiding fragments and run-ons.
Apply the parts of speech to clarify language usage.
Choose language that is precise, engaging, and well suited to the topic and audience in a variety of oral presentations.
Use figurative language and varying speech patterns to convey meaning.
Analyze the effect on the viewer of images, text, and sound in electronic journalism.
Provide constructive feedback to a speaker concerning a speech's content, delivery, and overall impact.
Proofread, listen to, and monitor self to correct errors.
Express individual perspectives in written response to personal, social, cultural, and historical issues.
Differentiate shades of meaning and multiple meanings of word.
Produce research reports and technical writings that communicate information effectively to a specific audience.
Compose a variety of writings that develop sentence fluency to communicate ideas and information clearly using a variety of multimedia technologies.