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South Dakota Standards for Fourth Grade English Language Arts

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SD.4.R. Reading Standards

4.R.1. Students can recognize and analyze words.

4.R.1.1. Students can analyze complex word patterns. (Analysis)

4.R.4. Students can interpret and respond to diverse, multicultural, and time period texts.

4.R.4.1. Students can identify and distinguish the characteristics of multicultural texts, historical texts, and time period texts. (Analysis)

4.R.5. Students can access, analyze, synthesize, and evaluate informational texts.

4.R.5.1. Students can use organizational features of text. (Application)

R.4.3. Students can apply knowledge of text structures, literary devices, and literary elements to develop interpretations and form responses.

4.R.3.1. Students can identify organizational and text structures within genres. (Knowledge)
4.R.3.2. Students can identify, explain, and use text features. (Analysis)

SD.4.W. Writing Standards

4.W.1. Students can apply the writing process to compose text.

4.W.1.2. Students can create sentences using words that describe, explain, or provide additional details and connections. (Synthesis)
4.W.1.3. Students can compose a paragraph with a topic sentence, supporting details, and a conclusion. (Synthesis)

4.W.2. Students can apply Standard English conventions in their writing.

4.W.2.1. Students can capitalize names of magazines, newspapers, works of art, musical compositions, organizations, and the first word in quotations. (Application)
4.W.2.2. Students can identify and incorporate nouns in the writing process. (Application)

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