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West Virginia Standards for Fourth Grade English Language Arts

WV.RLA.S.4.1. Reading: Students will apply reading skills and strategies to inform, to perform a task and to read for literacy experience by identifying and using grade appropriate essential reading components (phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, fluency, comprehension, written application) and selecting a wide variety of literature and diverse media to develop independence as readers.

RLA.O.4.1.01. Students will identify and practice appropriate vocabulary:

RLA.O.4.1.01.a. Multiple meaning words
RLA.O.4.1.01.b. Synonyms
RLA.O.4.1.01.c. Antonyms
RLA.O.4.1.01.d. Homonyms
RLA.O.4.1.01.e. Content area vocabulary
RLA.O.4.1.01.f. Context clues

RLA.O.4.1.02. Students will apply structural analysis including etymology and context clues to decode and encode words.

RLA.O.4.1.03. Students will use pre-reading strategies to comprehend text (e.g., activating prior knowledge, predictions, questioning).

RLA.O.4.1.06. Students will examine meaning clues to aid comprehension of content across the curriculum (e.g., pictures, picture captions, titles, headings, text structure, topic).

RLA.O.4.1.07. Students will read fourth grade instructional level texts and use self-correction strategies (e.g., decoding, searching for cues, rereading).

RLA.O.4.1.08. Students will interpret and extend the ideas in literary and informational texts to summarize, determine story elements, skim and scan, determine cause and effect, compare and contrast, visualize, paraphrase, infer, sequence, determine fact and opinion, draw conclusions, analyze characterize and provide main idea and support details.

RLA.O.4.1.09. Students will determine the author’s purpose in literary and informational texts and use supporting material to justify author’s intent:

RLA.O.4.1.09.b. To entertain
RLA.O.4.1.09.c. To inform
RLA.O.4.1.09.d. To determine a specific viewpoint

RLA.O.4.1.11. Students will distinguish between the ways in which language is used in literary texts:

RLA.O.4.1.11.a. Simile
RLA.O.4.1.11.b. Metaphor
RLA.O.4.1.11.d. Analogies

RLA.O.4.1.12. Students will recognize and explain the defining characteristics of genre in literary and informational texts:

RLA.O.4.1.12.a. Fairy tales
RLA.O.4.1.12.b. Folk tales
RLA.O.4.1.12.d. Poems
RLA.O.4.1.12.e. Fables
RLA.O.4.1.12.f. Fantasies
RLA.O.4.1.12.g. Biographies
RLA.O.4.1.12.h. Short stories
RLA.O.4.1.12.i. Novels
RLA.O.4.1.12.j. Plays
RLA.O.4.1.12.k. Legends
RLA.O.4.1.12.l. Autobiographies
RLA.O.4.1.12.o. Textbooks

RLA.O.4.1.14. Students will select and use a variety of sources to gather information (e.g., dictionaries, encyclopedias, newspapers, informational texts, electronic resources).

RLA.O.4.1.16. Students will use reading skills and strategies to understand a variety of information resources to support literacy learning (e.g., written directions, captions, electronic resources, labels, information texts).

WV.RLA.S.4.2. Writing: Students will apply writing skills and strategies to communicate effectively for different purposes by using the writing process applying grammatical and mechanical properties in writing and selecting and evaluating information for research purposes.

RLA.O.4.2.03. Students will identify and produce a sentence with proper word choice to include:

RLA.O.4.2.03.a. Verb tense
RLA.O.4.2.03.b. Verb usage
RLA.O.4.2.03.c. Subject/verb agreement
RLA.O.4.2.03.d. Pronoun usage
RLA.O.4.2.03.e. Adjectives and adverbs

RLA.O.4.2.04. Students will compose a written composition from a prompt using the writing process in a timed and un-timed setting.

RLA.O.4.2.05. Students will develop proper form in written composition:

RLA.O.4.2.05.e. Related details
RLA.O.4.2.05.f. Related and cohesive paragraphs
RLA.O.4.2.05.g. Transitional and descriptive words

RLA.O.4.2.06. Students will write to persuade using order of importance, classifying differences and similarities, classifying advantages and disadvantages.

RLA.O.4.2.08. Students will create an effective response to a task in form, content and language (e.g., letters, poems, brief reports or descriptions, instructions, journals).

RLA.O.4.2.09. Students will use editing strategies to correct errors in sentence structure (fragments and run-on sentences), capitalization, punctuation and grammar.

RLA.O.4.2.10. Students will identify and apply conventions of spelling in written composition (e.g., spell commonly misspelled words from appropriate grade level lists, use syllable constructions to spell words, use vowel combinations for correct spelling, use affixes).

RLA.O.4.2.12. Students will use strategies to gather and record information for research topics:

RLA.O.4.2.12.d. Describing in narrative form
RLA.O.4.2.12.e. Gathering information from direct quotes, maps, charts, graphs and tables

RLA.O.4.2.13. Students will select and use a variety of sources to gather information (e.g., dictionaries, encyclopedias, newspapers, informational texts, electronic resources).

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