LA.5-18.104.22.168: Communication Arts
make predictions and connections between new literary works and previous information/experiences and explore questions about the impact of literary elements.
LA.5-22.214.171.124: Communication Arts
identify and comprehend the main idea and supporting facts and details, and summarize ideas in own words.
LA.5-126.96.36.199: Communication Arts
summarize stories and identify major literary elements.
LA.5-188.8.131.52: Communication Arts
compare, contrast, and make connections of literary elements within and between works.
LA.5-184.108.40.206: Communication Arts
draw inferences and conclusions based on literary works.
LA.5-220.127.116.11: Communication Arts
respond to literary works on the basis of personal insights and respect the different responses of others.
LA.5-18.104.22.168: Communication Arts
identify the effect of literary devices (e.g., figurative language, allusion, diction, dialogue, description, imagery).
LA.5-22.214.171.124: Communication Arts
recognize the impact of literary elements (e.g., plot, theme, character, setting, point of view) and evaluate their effectiveness.
LA.5-126.96.36.199: Communication Arts
evaluate how vocabulary and language contribute to literary works.
LA.5-188.8.131.52: Communication Arts
demonstrate an understanding of how language, literary devices, and forms contribute to the impact of literary works.
LA.5-184.108.40.206: Communication Arts
select a variety of literary works, expressing reasons for personal recommendation, discovery, appreciation, and enjoyment.
LA.5-220.127.116.11: Communication Arts
apply given criteria to evaluate literary merit and express critical opinions about literary works.
LA.5-18.104.22.168: Communication Arts
demonstrate the understanding that the purposes of experiencing literary works include personal satisfaction and the development of lifelong literature appreciation.
LA.5-22.214.171.124: Communication Arts
select, read, listen to, and view a variety of literary works.
LA.5-126.96.36.199: Communication Arts
respond to traditional and contemporary works representing diverse perspectives, cultures, and issues (e.g., American Indian works).
LA.5-188.8.131.52: Communication Arts
create and share responses to literary works through the application of technology, speaking, writing, visual, and performing arts (e.g., discuss, write, move, design, compose, sing).
LA.5-184.108.40.206: Communication Arts
examine and explain how history, culture, ideas, and issues influence literary works.
LA.5-220.127.116.11: Communication Arts
compare and contrast a variety of perspectives of self, others, and world issues through a selection of literary works.
LA.5-18.104.22.168: Communication Arts
use literary works to develop an understanding of the many dimensions of human experience (e.g., philosophical, ethical, aesthetic).