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LA.K-12.A.1: English/Language Arts

apply elements of effective writing and speaking; these elements include ideas, organization, vocabulary, sentence structure, and personal style;

LA.K-12.A.2: English/Language Arts

in writing, demonstrate skills in sentence and paragraph structure, including grammar, spelling, capitalization, and punctuation;

LA.K-12.A.3: English/Language Arts

in speaking, demonstrate skills in volume, intonation, and clarity;

LA.K-12.A.4: English/Language Arts

write and speak well to inform, to describe, to entertain, to persuade, and to clarify thinking in a variety of formats, including technical communication;

LA.K-12.A.5: English/Language Arts

revise, edit, and publish the student's own writing as appropriate;

LA.K-12.A.6: English/Language Arts

when appropriate, use visual techniques to communicate ideas; these techniques may include role playing, body language, mime, sign language, graphics, Braille, art, and dance;

LA.K-12.A.7: English/Language Arts

communicate ideas using varied tools of electronic technology; and

LA.K-12.A.8: English/Language Arts

evaluate the student's own speaking and writing and that of others using high standards.

LA.K-12.B.1: English/Language Arts

comprehend meaning from written text and oral and visual information by applying a variety of reading, listening, and viewing strategies; these strategies include phonic, context, and vocabulary cues in reading, critical viewing, and active listening;

LA.K-12.B.2: English/Language Arts

reflect on, analyze, and evaluate a variety of oral, written, and visual information and experiences, including discussions, lectures, art, movies, television, technical materials, and literature; and

LA.K-12.B.3: English/Language Arts

relate what the student views, reads, and hears to practical purposes in the student's own life, to the world outside, and to other texts and experiences.

LA.K-12.C.1: English/Language Arts

make choices about a project after examining a range of possibilities;

LA.K-12.C.2.a: English/Language Arts

understanding directions;

LA.K-12.C.2.b: English/Language Arts

making and keeping deadlines; and

LA.K-12.C.2.c: English/Language Arts

seeking, selecting, and using relevant resources;

LA.K-12.C.3: English/Language Arts

select and use appropriate decision-making processes;

LA.K-12.C.4: English/Language Arts

set high standards for project quality;

LA.K-12.C.5.a: English/Language Arts

take responsibility for individual contributions to the project;

LA.K-12.C.5.b: English/Language Arts

share ideas and workloads;

LA.K-12.C.5.c: English/Language Arts

incorporate individual talents and perspectives;

LA.K-12.C.5.d: English/Language Arts

work effectively with others as an active participant and as a responsive audience; and

LA.K-12.C.5.e: English/Language Arts

evaluate the processes and work of self and others.

LA.K-12.D.1.a: English/Language Arts

reflecting on personal experiences, prior knowledge, and new information;

LA.K-12.D.1.b: English/Language Arts

formulating and refining questions;

LA.K-12.D.1.c: English/Language Arts

identifying a variety of pertinent sources of information;

LA.K-12.D.1.d: English/Language Arts

analyzing and synthesizing information; and

LA.K-12.D.1.e: English/Language Arts

determining an author's purposes;

LA.K-12.D.2: English/Language Arts

evaluate the validity, objectivity, reliability, and quality of information read, heard, and seen;

LA.K-12.D.3: English/Language Arts

give credit and cite references as appropriate; and

LA.K-12.D.4: English/Language Arts

explain and defend a position orally, in writing, and with visual aids as appropriate.

LA.K-12.E.1: English/Language Arts

use information, both oral and written, and literature of many types and cultures to understand self and others;

LA.K-12.E.2: English/Language Arts

evaluate content from the speaker's or author's perspective;

LA.K-12.E.3: English/Language Arts

recognize bias in all forms of communication; and

LA.K-12.E.4: English/Language Arts

recognize the communication styles of different cultures and their possible effects on others.
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