LA.A.1.3.1: Language Arts
uses background knowledge of the subject and text structure knowledge to make complex predictions of content, purpose, and organization of the reading selection.
LA.A.1.3.2: Language Arts
uses a variety of strategies to analyze words and text, draw conclusions, use context and word structure clues, and recognize organizational patterns.
LA.A.1.3.3: Language Arts
demonstrates consistent and effective use of interpersonal and academic vocabularies in reading, writing, listening, and speaking.
LA.A.1.3.4: Language Arts
uses strategies to clarify meaning, such as rereading, note taking, summarizing, outlining, and writing a grade level-appropriate report.
LA.A.2.3.1: Language Arts
determines the main idea or essential message in a text and identifies relevant details and facts and patterns of organization.
LA.A.2.3.2: Language Arts
identifies the author's purpose and/or point of view in a variety of texts and uses the information to construct meaning.
LA.A.2.3.3: Language Arts
recognizes logical, ethical, and emotional appeals in texts.
LA.A.2.3.4: Language Arts
uses a variety of reading materials to develop personal preferences in reading.
LA.A.2.3.5: Language Arts
locates, organizes, and interprets written information for a variety of purposes, including classroom research, collaborative decision making, and performing a school or real-world task.
LA.A.2.3.6: Language Arts
uses a variety of reference materials, including indexes, magazines, newspapers, and journals; and tools, including card catalogs and computer catalogs, to gather information for research topics.
LA.A.2.3.7: Language Arts
synthesizes and separates collected information into useful components using a variety of techniques, such as source cards, note cards, spreadsheets, and outlines.
LA.A.2.3.8: Language Arts
checks the validity and accuracy of information obtained from research in such ways as differentiating fact and opinion, identifying strong vs. weak arguments, recognizing that personal values influence the conclusions an author draws.
LA.B.1.3.1: Language Arts
organizes information before writing according to the type and purpose of writing.
LA.B.1.3.2: Language Arts
drafts and revises writing that: is focused, purposeful, and reflects insight into the writing situation; conveys a sense of completeness and wholeness with adherence to the main idea; has an organizational pattern that provides for a logical progression of ideas; has support that is substantial, specific, relevant, concrete, and/or illustrative; demonstrates a commitment to and an involvement with the subject; has clarity in presentation of ideas; uses creative writing strategies appropriate to the purpose of the paper; demonstrates a command of language (word choice) with freshness of expression; has varied sentence structure and sentences that are complete except when fragments are used purposefully; and has few, if any, convention errors in mechanics, usage, and punctuation.
LA.B.1.3.3: Language Arts
produces final documents that have been edited for: correct spelling; correct punctuation, including commas, colons, and semicolons; correct capitalization; effective sentence structure; correct common usage, including subject/verb agreement, common noun/pronoun agreement, common possessive forms, and with a variety of sentence structure, including parallel structure; and correct formatting.
LA.B.2.3.1: Language Arts
writes text, notes, outlines, comments, and observations that demonstrate comprehension of content and experiences from a variety of media.
LA.B.2.3.2: Language Arts
organizes information using alphabetical, chronological, and numerical systems.
LA.B.2.3.3: Language Arts
selects and uses appropriate formats for writing, including narrative, persuasive, and expository formats, according to the intended audience, purpose, and occasion.
LA.B.2.3.4: Language Arts
uses electronic technology including databases and software to gather information and communicate new knowledge.
LA.C.1.3.1: Language Arts
listens and uses information gained for a variety of purposes, such as gaining information from interviews, following directions, and pursuing a personal interest.
LA.C.1.3.2: Language Arts
selects and listens to readings of fiction, drama, nonfiction, and informational presentations according to personal preferences.
LA.C.1.3.3: Language Arts
acknowledges the feelings and messages sent in a conversation.
LA.C.2.3.2: Language Arts
uses movement, placement, juxtaposition, gestures, silent periods, facial expressions, and other nonverbal cues to convey meaning to an audience.
LA.C.3.3.1: Language Arts
understands how volume, stress, pacing, and pronunciation can positively or negatively affect an oral presentation.