South Dakota Standards for Fifth Grade English Language Arts

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SD.5.LVS. Listening, Viewing, Speaking Standards

5.LVS.1. Students can listen, view, and speak to communicate, retrieve, interpret, and evaluate information.

5.LVS.1.3. Students can select and organize relevant information gathered through listening and viewing. (Application)

SD.5.R. Reading Standards

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

5.R.1.1. Students can construct meaning by using word parts and categories. (Application)
5.R.1.2. Students can determine word meaning using prior knowledge and context clues. (Analysis)

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

5.R.5.2. Students can identify the author's purpose in argumentative and persuasive text. (Knowledge)

R.5.3. Students can apply knowledge of text structures, literary devices, and literary elements to develop interpretations and form responses.

5.R.3.1. Students can distinguish literary genres based on characteristics, structures, and patterns. (Analysis)
5.R.3.2. Students can interpret literary elements of character, setting, plot, theme, point of view, and mood. (Evaluation)

SD.5.W. Writing Standards

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

5.W.1.1. Students can compose narrative, and descriptive text of one paragraph. (Application)

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

5.W.2.2. Students can identify and incorporate verbs in the writing process. (Synthesis)

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