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WY.1. Reading: Students use the reading process to demonstrate understanding of literary and informational texts.

LA4.1A Students use the reading process to apply a variety of comprehension strategies before, during, and after reading.

LA4.1A.1 Students demonstrate understanding in their reading of grade-level-appropriate texts based on retelling main idea and supporting detail.
LA4.1A.3 Students distinguish between fact and opinion.
LA4.1A.4 Students draw conclusions from text.
LA4.1A.5 Students demonstrate understanding by summarizing.
LA4.1A.6 Students read between the lines to infer author intent.
LA4.1A.7 Students use various strategies to develop vocabulary including using prior knowledge, learning prefixes, suffixes, and root words.
LA4.1A.8 Students understand grade-level-appropriate technical and subject specific vocabulary.
LA4.1A.9 Students use text organizers such as type, headings, and graphics to predict and categorize information.

LA4.1B Students demonstrate an understanding of literary texts.

LA4.1B.1 Students use knowledge of situation, setting and a character's traits and motivations to determine the causes for that character's actions.
LA4.1B.2 Students understand the different ways in which words and style are used such as rhythm, alliteration, and onomatopoeia.
LA4.1B.3 Students read a variety of literary genres such as historical fiction, poetry, fiction, fairy tales, narratives from different cultures, drama, literature anthologies, myths, folk tales, and legends.
LA4.1B.4 Students know the defining characteristics of a variety of literary texts such as poetry, biographies, historical fiction, fiction, fairy tales, fables, narratives from different cultures, drama, nonfiction, myths, folk tales, and legends.
LA4.1B.6 Students understand author's purpose and elements that help to achieve that purpose such as language, form, setting, specific information and details, and persuasive techniques.

LA4.1C Students demonstrate an understanding of informational texts.

LA4.1C.1 Students read a variety of non-fiction and informational texts.
LA4.1C.2 Students summarize important information.
LA4.1C.3 Students locate information using table of contents, index, or glossary.
LA4.1C.4 Students use reading strategies to comprehend informational texts (main idea, supporting details, and fact/opinion).

WY.2. Writing: Students use the writing process and use appropriate strategies to write a variety of expressive and expository pieces.

LA4.2A Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and publish writing.

LA4.2A.1 Students write organized paragraphs with a topic sentence and supporting details.
LA4.2A.3 Students use descriptive and original words and show evidence of voice.
LA4.2A.4 Students use grade-level-appropriate convention of capitalization, mechanics, spelling, grammar and usage such as regular and irregular verbs, adverbs, prepositions, parentheses, commas in direct quotations, apostrophes in the possessive case and in contractions, and spelling high frequency words correctly.
LA4.2A.5 Students use a variety of strategies to identify topics to investigate such as constructing questions, narrowing the focus of a topic, identifying prior knowledge, and developing a plan for gathering information.
LA4.2A.6 Students use strategies to cite reference sources such as quoting or paraphrasing information sources or listing resources by title.
LA4.2A.7 Students use a variety of strategies to generate ideas for written work such as developing a plan, grouping related ideas, organizing information according to type and purpose of writing.
LA4.2A.8 Students use strategies to draft and revise written work such as producing multiple drafts; focusing on a central idea; including descriptive detail; using elements of style such a word choice, tone, sentence variation; and revising for clarity, content, vocabulary, details, sequence, coherence, and point of view.

LA4.2B Students write a variety of expressive and expository pieces.

LA4.2B.3 Students use strategies to write research reports such as evaluating and synthesizing information for use in writing; incorporating notes into a finished product; using appropriate visual aids; including facts, details, explanations, and examples; and using more than one source.

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