Students can understand and apply number properties and operations.
Students can understand and apply concepts and procedures of algebra.
Students can understand and apply concepts of geometry.
Students can understand and apply concepts of measurement.
Students can understand and apply concepts in probability and statistics.
LA.184.108.40.206: English Language Arts
using context clues (e.g., definition, restatement, example, contrast)
LA.220.127.116.11: English Language Arts
using structural analysis (e.g., roots, affixes)
LA.18.104.22.168: English Language Arts
determining word origins (etymology)
LA.22.214.171.124: English Language Arts
using knowledge of idioms
LA.126.96.36.199: English Language Arts
explaining word analogies
LA.6.1.2: English Language Arts
Identify common abbreviations, symbols, acronyms, and multiple-meaning words
LA.6.1.3: English Language Arts
Develop specific vocabulary (e.g., scientific, content-specific, current events) for various purposes
LA.188.8.131.52: English Language Arts
LA.184.108.40.206: English Language Arts
LA.220.127.116.11: English Language Arts
relationship of word choice and mood
LA.18.104.22.168: English Language Arts
plot sequence (e.g., exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution)
LA.22.214.171.124: English Language Arts
LA.126.96.36.199: English Language Arts
LA.188.8.131.52: English Language Arts
LA.184.108.40.206: English Language Arts
LA.220.127.116.11: English Language Arts
LA.18.104.22.168: English Language Arts
LA.22.214.171.124: English Language Arts
LA.6.1.7: English Language Arts
Explain the connections between ideas and information in a variety of texts (e.g., journals, technical specifications, advertisements) and real-life situations and other texts
LA.6.6.8: English Language Arts
Compare and contrast cultural characteristics (e.g., customs, traditions, viewpoints) found in national, world, and multicultural literature
LA.6.6.9: English Language Arts
Compare and contrast elements (e.g., plot, setting, characters, theme) in a variety of genres
LA.126.96.36.199: English Language Arts
fiction (e.g., myths, historical fiction)
LA.188.8.131.52: English Language Arts
nonfiction (e.g., newspaper articles, magazine articles)
LA.184.108.40.206: English Language Arts
poetry (e.g., lyric, narrative)
LA.220.127.116.11: English Language Arts
drama (e.g., short plays)
LA.18.104.22.168: English Language Arts
sequencing events and steps in a process
LA.22.214.171.124: English Language Arts
summarizing and paraphrasing information
LA.126.96.36.199: English Language Arts
identifying stated or implied main ideas and supporting details
LA.188.8.131.52: English Language Arts
comparing and contrasting literary elements and ideas
LA.184.108.40.206: English Language Arts
making simple inferences and drawing conclusions
LA.220.127.116.11: English Language Arts
predicting the outcome of a story or situation
LA.18.104.22.168: English Language Arts
identifying literary devices
LA.6.7.12: English Language Arts
Examine and explain the relationship between life experiences and texts to generate solutions to problems
LA.6.7.13: English Language Arts
Use technical information and other available resources (e.g., software programs, manuals) to solve problems
LA.6.7.14: English Language Arts
Analyze an author's stated or implied purpose for writing (e.g., to explain, to entertain, to persuade, to inform, to express personal attitudes or beliefs)
LA.6.7.15: English Language Arts
Identify persuasive techniques (e.g., unsupported inferences, faulty reasoning, generalizations) that reflect an author?s viewpoint (perspective) in texts
LA.22.214.171.124: English Language Arts
identifying cause-effect relationships
LA.126.96.36.199: English Language Arts
LA.188.8.131.52: English Language Arts
reasoning inductively and deductively
LA.184.108.40.206: English Language Arts
generating a theory or hypothesis
LA.220.127.116.11: English Language Arts
LA.18.104.22.168: English Language Arts
distinguishing facts from opinions and probability
LA.22.214.171.124: English Language Arts
an established central idea
LA.126.96.36.199: English Language Arts
organizational patterns (e.g., comparison/contrast, order of importance, chronological order) appropriate to the topic
LA.188.8.131.52: English Language Arts
elaboration (e.g., fact, examples, and/or specific details)
LA.184.108.40.206: English Language Arts
transitional words and phrases that unify ideas and points
LA.220.127.116.11: English Language Arts
an overall structure including an introduction, a body/middle, and a concluding paragraph that summarizes important ideas
LA.6.2.18: English Language Arts
Organize individual paragraphs with topic sentences, relevant elaboration, and concluding sentences
LA.18.104.22.168: English Language Arts
word choices (diction) appropriate to the identified audience and/or purpose
LA.22.214.171.124: English Language Arts
vocabulary selected to clarify meaning, create images, and set a tone
LA.126.96.36.199: English Language Arts
information/ideas selected to engage the interest of the reader
LA.188.8.131.52: English Language Arts
clear voice (individual personality)
LA.184.108.40.206: English Language Arts
variety in sentence structure
LA.220.127.116.11: English Language Arts
selecting topic and form
LA.18.104.22.168: English Language Arts
prewriting (e.g., brainstorming, researching, raising questions, generating graphic organizers)
LA.22.214.171.124: English Language Arts
LA.126.96.36.199: English Language Arts
conferencing (e.g., peer, teacher)
LA.188.8.131.52: English Language Arts
revising based on feedback and use of various tools (e.g., LEAP21 Writer?s Checklist, rubrics)
LA.184.108.40.206: English Language Arts
LA.220.127.116.11: English Language Arts
publishing using technology
LA.6.2.21: English Language Arts
Develop grade-appropriate paragraphs and multiparagraph compositions using the various modes of writing (e.g., description, narration, exposition, persuasion), emphasizing narration and exposition
LA.18.104.22.168: English Language Arts
LA.22.214.171.124: English Language Arts
essays based on a stated opinion
LA.6.2.23: English Language Arts
Develop writing using a variety of literary devices, including foreshadowing, flashback, and imagery
LA.126.96.36.199: English Language Arts
business letters that include a heading, inside address, salutation, body, and signature
LA.188.8.131.52: English Language Arts
evaluations, supported with facts and opinions, of newspaper/magazine articles and editorial cartoons
LA.184.108.40.206: English Language Arts
text-supported interpretations of elements of novels, stories, poems, and plays
LA.220.127.116.11: English Language Arts
hyphens to separate syllables of words and compound adjectives
LA.18.104.22.168: English Language Arts
commas and coordinating conjunctions to separate independent clauses in compound sentences
LA.22.214.171.124: English Language Arts
colons after salutation in business letters
LA.6.3.26: English Language Arts
Capitalize names of companies, buildings, monuments, and geographical names
LA.126.96.36.199: English Language Arts
possessive forms of singular and plural nouns and pronouns
LA.188.8.131.52: English Language Arts
regular and irregular verb tenses
LA.184.108.40.206: English Language Arts
LA.220.127.116.11: English Language Arts
LA.18.104.22.168: English Language Arts
interjections for emphasis
LA.22.214.171.124: English Language Arts
conjunctions and transitions to connect ideas
LA.6.3.29: English Language Arts
Spell high-frequency, commonly confused, frequently misspelled words and derivatives (e.g., roots and affixes) correctly
LA.6.3.30: English Language Arts
Use a variety of resources (e.g., glossaries, dictionaries, thesauruses, spell check) to find correct spellings
LA.6.GLE 0601.1.1: English/Language Arts
Demonstrate control of Standard English through the use of grammar and mechanics (punctuation, capitalization, and spelling).
LA.6.GLE 0601.1.2: English/Language Arts
Employ a variety of strategies and resources to determine the definition, pronunciation, and usage of words and phrases.
LA.6.GLE 0601.1.3: English/Language Arts
Understand and use a variety of sentence structures.
LA.6.GLE 0601.2.1: English/Language Arts
Demonstrate critical listening skills essential for comprehension, evaluation, problem solving, and task completion.
LA.6.GLE 0601.2.2: English/Language Arts
Begin to differentiate between summarizing and paraphrasing.
LA.6.GLE 0601.2.3: English/Language Arts
Begin to distinguish between a summary and a critique.
LA.6.GLE 0601.2.4: English/Language Arts
Identify the thesis and main points of a speech.
LA.6.GLE 0601.2.5: English/Language Arts
Identify the organizational structure of a speech.
LA.6.GLE 0601.2.6: English/Language Arts
Understand strategies for expressing ideas clearly and effectively in a variety of oral contexts.
LA.6.GLE 0601.2.7: English/Language Arts
Deliver effective oral presentations.
LA.6.GLE 0601.2.8: English/Language Arts
Participate in work teams and group discussions.
LA.6.GLE 0601.3.1: English/Language Arts
Write in a variety of modes for a variety of audiences and purposes.
LA.6.GLE 0601.3.2: English/Language Arts
Employ various prewriting strategies.
LA.6.GLE 0601.3.3: English/Language Arts
Organize ideas into an essay with an introduction, developing paragraphs, conclusion, and appropriate transitions.
LA.6.GLE 0601.3.4: English/Language Arts
Refine strategies for editing and revising written work.
LA.6.GLE 0601.4.1: English/Language Arts
Define and narrow a problem or research topic.
LA.6.GLE 0601.4.2: English/Language Arts
Gather relevant information from a variety of print and electronic sources, as well as from direct observation, interviews, and surveys.
LA.6.GLE 0601.4.3: English/Language Arts
Make distinctions about the credibility, reliability, consistency, strengths, and limitations of resources, including information gathered from websites.
LA.6.GLE 0601.4.4: English/Language Arts
Write a research paper, using primary and secondary sources and technology and graphics, as appropriate.
LA.6.GLE 0601.5.1: English/Language Arts
Use logic to make inferences and draw conclusions in a variety of oral and written contexts.
LA.6.GLE 0601.5.2: English/Language Arts
Analyze text for fact-opinion, cause-effect, inferences, evidence, and conclusions.
LA.6.GLE 0601.5.3: English/Language Arts
Explore deductive and inductive reasoning.
LA.6.GLE 0601.5.4: English/Language Arts
Analyze written and oral communication for persuasive devices.
LA.6.GLE 0601.6.1: English/Language Arts
Comprehend and summarize the main ideas and supporting details of informational texts.
LA.6.GLE 0601.6.2: English/Language Arts
Identify the organizational structures of informational texts.
LA.6.GLE 0601.6.3: English/Language Arts
Read, interpret, and analyze text features that support informational texts.
LA.6.GLE 0601.7.1: English/Language Arts
Analyze media for their ability to inform, persuade, and entertain.
LA.6.GLE 0601.7.2: English/Language Arts
Examine the relationship between the visual (e.g., media images, painting, film, graphic arts) and the verbal in media.
LA.6.GLE 0601.7.3: English/Language Arts
Recognize how visual and sound techniques and design elements (e.g., special effects, camera angles, music) carry or influence messages in various media.
LA.6.GLE 0601.7.4: English/Language Arts
Apply and adapt the principles of written composition to create coherent media productions.
LA.6.GLE 0601.8.1: English/Language Arts
Read and comprehend a variety of works from various forms of literature.
LA.6.GLE 0601.8.2: English/Language Arts
Understand the characteristics of various literary genres (e.g., poetry, novel, biography, short story, essay, drama).
LA.6.GLE 0601.8.3: English/Language Arts
Recognize the conventions of various literary genres.
LA.6.GLE 0601.8.4: English/Language Arts
Analyze works of literature for what is suggested about the historical period in which they were written.
LA.6.GLE 0601.8.5: English/Language Arts
Identify and analyze common literary terms (e.g., personification, conflict, theme).