LA.9-220.127.116.11.A.1: Language Arts Literacy
Interpret and use common textual features (e.g., paragraphs, topic sentence, index, glossary, table of contents) and graphic features, (e.g., charts, maps, diagrams) to comprehend information.
LA.9-18.104.22.168.A.2: Language Arts Literacy
Identify interrelationships between and among ideas and concepts within a text, such as cause-and-effect relationships.
LA.9-22.214.171.124.C.1: Language Arts Literacy
Decode new words using structural and context analysis.
LA.9-126.96.36.199.D.1: Language Arts Literacy
Read developmentally appropriate materials (at an independent level) with accuracy and speed.
LA.9-188.8.131.52.D.2: Language Arts Literacy
Use appropriate rhythm, flow, meter, and pronunciation when reading.
LA.9-184.108.40.206.D.3: Language Arts Literacy
Read a variety of genres and types of text with fluency and comprehension.
LA.9-220.127.116.11.E.1: Language Arts Literacy
Assess, and apply reading strategies that are effective for a variety of texts (e.g., previewing, generating questions, visualizing, monitoring, summarizing, evaluating).
LA.9-18.104.22.168.E.2: Language Arts Literacy
Use a variety of graphic organizers with various text types for memory retention and monitoring comprehension.
LA.9-22.214.171.124.E.3: Language Arts Literacy
Analyze the ways in which a text's organizational structure supports or confounds its meaning or purpose.
LA.9-126.96.36.199.F.1: Language Arts Literacy
Use knowledge of word origins and word relationships, as well as historical and literary context clues, to determine the meanings of specialized vocabulary.
LA.9-188.8.131.52.F.2: Language Arts Literacy
Use knowledge of root words to understand new words.
LA.9-184.108.40.206.F.3: Language Arts Literacy
Apply reading vocabulary in different content areas.
LA.9-220.127.116.11.F.4: Language Arts Literacy
Clarify pronunciation, meanings, alternate word choice, parts of speech, and etymology of words using the dictionary, thesaurus, glossary, and technology resources.
LA.9-18.104.22.168.F.5: Language Arts Literacy
Define words, including nuances in meanings, using context such as definition, example, restatement, or contrast.
LA.9-22.214.171.124.G.1: Language Arts Literacy
Apply a theory of literary criticism to a particular literary work.
LA.9-126.96.36.199.G.2: Language Arts Literacy
Analyze how our literary heritage is marked by distinct literary movements and is part of a global literary tradition.
LA.9-188.8.131.52.G.3: Language Arts Literacy
Compare and evaluate the relationship between past literary traditions and contemporary writing.
LA.9-184.108.40.206.G.4: Language Arts Literacy
Analyze how works of a given period reflect historical and social events and conditions.
LA.9-220.127.116.11.G.5: Language Arts Literacy
Recognize literary concepts, such as rhetorical device, logical fallacy, and jargon, and their effect on meaning.
LA.9-18.104.22.168.G.6: Language Arts Literacy
Interpret how literary devices affect reading emotions and understanding.
LA.9-22.214.171.124.G.7: Language Arts Literacy
Analyze and evaluate figurative language within a text (e.g., irony, paradox, metaphor, simile, personification).
LA.9-126.96.36.199.G.8: Language Arts Literacy
Recognize the use or abuse of ambiguity, contradiction, paradox, irony, incongruities, overstatement and understatement in text and explain their effect on the reader.
LA.9-188.8.131.52.G.9: Language Arts Literacy
Analyze how an author's use of words creates tone and mood, and how choice of words advances the theme or purpose of the work.
LA.9-184.108.40.206.G.10: Language Arts Literacy
Identify and understand the author's use of idioms, analogies, metaphors, and similes, as well as metrics, rhyme scheme, rhythm, and alliteration in prose and poetry.
LA.9-220.127.116.11.G.11: Language Arts Literacy
Identify the structures in drama, identifying how the elements of dramatic literature (e.g., dramatic irony, soliloquy, stage direction, and dialogue) articulate a playwright's vision.
LA.9-18.104.22.168.G.12: Language Arts Literacy
Analyze the elements of setting and characterization to construct meaning of how characters influence the progression of the plot and resolution of the conflict.
LA.9-22.214.171.124.G.13: Language Arts Literacy
Analyze moral dilemmas in works of literature, as revealed by characters' motivation and behavior.
LA.9-126.96.36.199.G.14: Language Arts Literacy
Identify and analyze recurring themes across literary works and the ways in which these themes and ideas are developed.
LA.9-188.8.131.52.G.15: Language Arts Literacy
Identify, describe, evaluate, and synthesize the central ideas in informational texts.
LA.9-184.108.40.206.G.16: Language Arts Literacy
Distinguish between essential and nonessential information.
LA.9-220.127.116.11.G.17: Language Arts Literacy
Analyze the use of credible references.
LA.9-18.104.22.168.G.18: Language Arts Literacy
Differentiate between fact and opinion by using complete and accurate information, coherent arguments, and points of view.
LA.9-22.214.171.124.G.19: Language Arts Literacy
Demonstrate familiarity with everyday texts such as job and college applications, W-2 forms, contracts, etc.
LA.9-126.96.36.199.G.20: Language Arts Literacy
Read, comprehend, and be able to follow information gained from technical and instructional manuals (e.g., how-to books, computer manuals, instructional manuals).
LA.9-188.8.131.52.G.21: Language Arts Literacy
Distinguish between a summary and a critique.
LA.9-184.108.40.206.G.22: Language Arts Literacy
Summarize informational and technical texts and explain the visual components that support them.
LA.9-220.127.116.11.G.23: Language Arts Literacy
Evaluate informational and technical texts for clarity, simplicity and coherence and for the appropriateness of graphic and visual appeal.
LA.9-18.104.22.168.G.24: Language Arts Literacy
Identify false premises in an argument.
LA.9-22.214.171.124.G.25: Language Arts Literacy
Analyze foundational U.S. documents for their historical and literary significance and how they reflect a common and shared American Culture (e.g., The Declaration of Independence, The Preamble of the U.S. Constitution, Abraham Lincoln's "Gettysburg Address," Martin Luther King's "Letter from Birmingham Jail").
LA.9-126.96.36.199.H.1: Language Arts Literacy
Select appropriate electronic media for research and evaluate the quality of the information received.
LA.9-188.8.131.52.H.2: Language Arts Literacy
Develop materials for a portfolio that reflect a specific career choice.
LA.9-184.108.40.206.H.3: Language Arts Literacy
Develop increased ability to critically select works to support a research topic.
LA.9-220.127.116.11.H.4: Language Arts Literacy
Read and critically analyze a variety of works, including books and other print materials (e.g., periodicals, journals, manuals), about one issue or topic, or books by a single author or in one genre, and produce evidence of reading.
LA.9-18.104.22.168.H.5: Language Arts Literacy
Apply information gained from several sources or books on a single topic or by a single author to foster an argument, draw conclusions, or advance a position.
LA.9-22.214.171.124.H.6: Language Arts Literacy
Critique the validity and logic of arguments advanced in public documents, their appeal to various audiences, and the extent to which they anticipate and address reader concerns.
LA.9-126.96.36.199.H.7: Language Arts Literacy
Produce written and oral work that demonstrates synthesis of multiple informational and technical sources.
LA.9-188.8.131.52.H.8: Language Arts Literacy
Produce written and oral work that demonstrates drawing conclusions based on evidence from informational and technical text.
LA.9-184.108.40.206.H.9: Language Arts Literacy
Read and compare at least two works, including books, related to the same genre, topic, or subject and produce evidence of reading (e.g., compare central ideas, characters, themes, plots, settings) to determine how authors reach similar or different conclusions.
LA.9-220.127.116.11.A.1: Language Arts Literacy
Understand that messages are representations of social reality and vary by historic time periods and parts of the world.
LA.9-18.104.22.168.A.2: Language Arts Literacy
Identify and evaluate how a media product expresses the values of the culture that produced it.
LA.9-22.214.171.124.A.3: Language Arts Literacy
Identify and select media forms appropriate for the viewer's purpose.
LA.9-126.96.36.199.A.4: Language Arts Literacy
Examine the commonalities and conflicts between the visual and print messages (e.g., humor, irony, or metaphor) and recognize how words, sounds, and images are used to convey the intended messages.
LA.9-188.8.131.52.B.1: Language Arts Literacy
Analyze media for stereotyping (e.g., gender, ethnicity).
LA.9-184.108.40.206.B.2: Language Arts Literacy
Analyze visual techniques used in a media message for a particular audience and evaluate their effectiveness.
LA.9-220.127.116.11.B.3: Language Arts Literacy
Analyze the effects of media presentations and the techniques to create them.
LA.9-18.104.22.168.B.4: Language Arts Literacy
Compare and contrast how the techniques of three or more media sources affect the message.
LA.9-22.214.171.124.C.1: Language Arts Literacy
Use print and electronic media texts to explore human relationships, new ideas, and aspects of culture (e.g., racial prejudice, dating, marriage, family and social institutions, cf. health and physical education standards and visual and performing arts standards).
LA.9-126.96.36.199.C.2: Language Arts Literacy
Identify and discuss the political, economic, and social influences on news media.
LA.9-188.8.131.52.C.3: Language Arts Literacy
Identify and critique the forms, techniques (e.g., propaganda) and technologies used in various media messages and performances.
LA.9-184.108.40.206.C.4: Language Arts Literacy
Create media presentations and written reports using multi-media resources using effective images, text, graphics, music and/or sound effects that present a distinctive point of view on a topic.