English Language Arts Worksheets and Study Guides Fourth Grade. Text Feature Meaning

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Rhode Island Standards

RI.R-4-1. NECAP (Reading) - Grade Level Expectation: Word Identification Skills and Strategies: Applies word identification/decoding strategies by:
R-4-1.1. Identifying multi-syllabic words by using knowledge of sounds, six syllable types/syllable division, or word patterns (including prefixes and suffixes) (Local)
RI.R-4-12. NECAP (Reading) - Grade Level Expectation: Reading Strategies: Strategies for Monitoring and Adjusting Reading: All students need ongoing opportunities to apply and practice reading strategies with many different types of texts. Demonstrates ability to monitor comprehension and strategy use for different types of texts and purposes by:
R-4-12.1. Using a range of self-monitoring and self-correction approaches (e.g., predicting upcoming text, monitoring, adjusting and confirming, through use of print, syntax/language structure, semantics/meaning, or other context cues) (Local)
RI.R-4-2. NECAP (Reading) - Grade Level Expectation: Vocabulary: Vocabulary Strategies: Students identify the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary by:
R-4-2.1. Using strategies to unlock meaning (e.g., knowledge of word structure, including prefixes/suffixes and base words; or context clues; or other resources, such as dictionaries, glossaries; or prior knowledge) (State)
RI.R-4-3. NECAP (Reading) - Grade Level Expectation: Vocabulary: Breadth of Vocabulary: Shows breadth of vocabulary knowledge through demonstrating understanding of word meanings or relationships by:
R-4-3.2. Selecting appropriate words to use in context, including content specific vocabulary, words with multiple meanings, or precise vocabulary (State)
RI.R-4-7. NECAP (Reading) - Grade Level Expectation: Informational Texts: Initial Understanding of Informational Text: All students need ongoing opportunities to apply and practice reading strategies with many different types of informational texts (expository and practical texts). Recognizing a variety of informational texts and their characteristics will help students in meeting grade level expectations described in the NECAP GLEs. Demonstrate initial understanding of informational texts (expository and practical texts) by:
R-4-7.1a. Obtaining information from text features (e.g., table of contents, glossary, index, transition words/phrases, bold or italicized text, headings, subheadings, graphic organizers, charts, graphs, or illustrations) (State)
R-4-7.1b. Obtaining information from text features (e.g., maps, diagrams, tables, captions, timelines) (Local)
R-4-7.5. Identifying the characteristics of a variety of types of text (e.g., reference: dictionaries, glossaries, encyclopedias, children's magazines, content trade books, textbooks, student newspapers; and practical/functional texts: procedures, instructions, book orders, announcements, invitations) (Local)

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