Type:

Diagram/Illustration/Map, Photograph

Description:

Collection of diagrams and photographs depicting English Language Arts

Subjects:

  • Language Arts > General

Education Levels:

  • Grade 1
  • Grade 2
  • Grade 3
  • Grade 4
  • Grade 5
  • K
  • Pre-K
  • Grade 6
  • Grade 7
  • Grade 8
  • Grade 9
  • Grade 10
  • Grade 11
  • Grade 12
  • Professional Education & Development
  • Higher Education
  • Graduate
  • Undergraduate-Upper Division
  • Undergraduate-Lower Division
  • Special Education
  • Other

Keywords:

collections Language Arts Writing Diagram Photograph

Language:

English

Access Privileges:

Public - Available to anyone

License Deed:

Creative Commons Attribution 3.0

Collections:

None
Update Standards?

LA.PK-1.2.1.B.2.c: English Language Arts

connect a picture or illustration to a story

LA.PK-1.2.1.C.1: English Language Arts

Distinguish between print and pictures

LA.5-6.1.2.B.1: English Language Arts

Use at least three sources of information with appropriate citations to develop reports

LA.5-6.1.2.B.2: English Language Arts

Take notes to record and organize relevant data, facts, and ideas

LA.5-6.1.2.B.3: English Language Arts

State a main idea and support it with details and examples

LA.5-6.1.2.B.4: English Language Arts

Compare and contrast ideas and information among two or three sources

LA.5-6.1.2.B.5: English Language Arts

Write labels or captions for graphics such as charts, maps, graphs, and diagrams used to convey information

LA.5-6.1.2.B.6: English Language Arts

Adopt an organizational format such as chronological order that is appropriate for informational writing

LA.5-6.1.2.B.7: English Language Arts

Use paragraphing to organize ideas and information

LA.5-6.1.2.B.8: English Language Arts

Maintain a portfolio that includes informational writing.

LA.5-6.1.2.C.1: English Language Arts

Understand the purpose for writing; for example, explain, describe, narrate, persuade, and express feelings

LA.5-6.1.2.C.2: English Language Arts

Determine the intended audience before writing

LA.5-6.1.2.C.3: English Language Arts

Use tone and language appropriate for audience and purpose

LA.5-6.1.2.C.4: English Language Arts

Use prewriting activities; for example, brainstorming, freewriting, note taking, and outlining

LA.5-6.1.2.C.5: English Language Arts

Use the "writing process" (prewriting, drafting, revising, proofreading, and editing)

LA.5-6.1.2.C.6: English Language Arts

Use teacher conferences and peer review to revise written work

LA.5-6.1.2.C.7.a: English Language Arts

punctuation of simple and compound sentences, of dialogue, of titles of articles

LA.5-6.1.2.C.7.b: English Language Arts

spelling of commonly misspelled words, of homonyms, of content-area vocabulary

LA.5-6.1.2.C.8.a: English Language Arts

parts of speech: nouns, adjectives and adverbs (comparative and superlative), pronouns (nominative and objective), conjunctions (coordinating and subordinating), prepositions and prepositional phrases, and interjections

LA.5-6.1.2.C.8.b: English Language Arts

complete simple, compound, and complex sentences, using: correct subject/verb agreement, verb tense, and pronouns with clear antecedents

LA.7-8.1.2.B.1: English Language Arts

Use several sources of information (in addition to an encyclopedia) in developing research reports

LA.7-8.1.2.B.2: English Language Arts

Identify appropriate format for sharing information with intended audience and comply with the accepted features of that format

LA.7-8.1.2.B.3: English Language Arts

Take research notes, using a note taking process

LA.7-8.1.2.B.4: English Language Arts

Use outlines and graphic organizers such as semantic webs to plan reports

LA.7-8.1.2.B.5: English Language Arts

Include relevant information and exclude irrelevant information

LA.7-8.1.2.B.6: English Language Arts

Use paraphrase and quotation correctly

LA.7-8.1.2.B.7: English Language Arts

Connect, compare, and contrast ideas and information from one or more sources

LA.7-8.1.2.B.8: English Language Arts

Support ideas with examples, definitions, analogies, and direct references to the text

LA.7-8.1.2.B.9: English Language Arts

Use graphics such as graphs, charts, and diagrams to enhance the communication of information

LA.7-8.1.2.B.10: English Language Arts

Cite sources in footnotes and bibliography, using correct form

LA.7-8.1.2.B.11: English Language Arts

Write accurate and complete responses to questions about informational material

LA.7-8.1.2.B.12: English Language Arts

Maintain a portfolio that includes informational writing.

LA.7-8.1.2.C.1: English Language Arts

Understand the purpose for writing; for example, explain, describe, narrate, persuade, and express feelings

LA.7-8.1.2.C.2: English Language Arts

Identify the intended audience

LA.7-8.1.2.C.3: English Language Arts

Use tone and language appropriate for audience and purpose

LA.7-8.1.2.C.4: English Language Arts

Use prewriting activities; for example, brainstorming, freewriting, note taking, and outlining

LA.7-8.1.2.C.5: English Language Arts

Use the "writing process" (prewriting, drafting, revising, proofreading, and editing)

LA.7-8.1.2.C.6: English Language Arts

Write clear, concise sentences

LA.7-8.1.2.C.7.a: English Language Arts

punctuation of simple and compound sentences, of dialogue, of titles of articles

LA.7-8.1.2.C.7.b: English Language Arts

spelling of commonly misspelled words, of homonyms, of content-area vocabulary

LA.7-8.1.2.C.8.a: English Language Arts

parts of speech: nouns, adjectives and adverbs (comparative and superlative), pronouns (nominative and objective), conjunctions (coordinating, subordinating, and correlative), prepositions and prepositional phrases, and interjections

LA.7-8.1.2.C.8.b: English Language Arts

complete simple, compound, and complex sentences, using: correct subject/verb agreement, verb tense, and pronouns with clear antecedents

LA.7-8.1.2.C.9: English Language Arts

Use transitional words or phrases (first, next, in addition) to produce organized cohesive text

LA.7-8.1.2.C.10: English Language Arts

Use dictionaries, thesauruses, and style manuals

LA.7-8.1.2.C.11: English Language Arts

Use computer software to support the "writing process"; for example, use word processing, import graphics

LA.7-8.1.2.C.12: English Language Arts

Write for authentic purpose, including publication.
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