English Language Arts Worksheets and Study Guides Sixth Grade. Implied Information

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Rhode Island Standards

RI.R-6-15. NECAP (Reading) - Grade Level Expectation: Breadth of Reading: Reading for Research Across Content Areas: Research by reading multiple sources (including print and non-print texts) to report information, to solve a problem, or to make a decision, or to formulate a judgment by:
R-6-15.4. Using evidence to support conclusions (Local)
RI.R-6-16. NECAP (Reading) - Grade Level Expectation: Literary Texts: Generates a Personal Response: All students need ongoing opportunities to apply and practice reading strategies with many different types of literary texts. Recognizing a variety of literary texts and their characteristics will help students in meeting grade level expectations described in the NECAP GLEs and GSEs. Generates a personal response to what is read through a variety of means by:
R-6-16.2. Providing relevant details to support the connections made or judgments (interpretive, analytical, evaluative, or reflective) (Local)
RI.R-6-5. NECAP (Reading) - Grade Level Expectation: Literary Texts: Analysis and Interpretation of Literary Text, Citing Evidence: All students need ongoing opportunities to apply and practice reading strategies with many different types of literary texts. Recognizing a variety of literary texts and their characteristics will help students in meeting grade level expectations described in the NECAP GLEs and GSEs. Analyze and interpret elements of literary texts, citing evidence where appropriate by:
R-6-5.3. Making inferences about cause/effect, external conflicts (e.g., person versus person, person versus nature/society/fate), or the relationship among elements within text (e.g., how the historical era influences the characters' actions or thinking) (State)
RI.R-6-8. NECAP (Reading) - Grade Level Expectation: Informational Texts: Analysis and Interpretation of Literary Text, Citing Evidence: All students need ongoing opportunities to apply and practice reading strategies with many different types of informational texts (expository and practical texts across content areas). Recognizing a variety of informational texts and their characteristics will help students in meeting grade level expectations described in NECAP GLEs and GSEs. Analyze and interpret informational text, citing evidence as appropriate by:
R-6-8.3. Drawing inferences about text, including author's purpose (e.g., to inform, explain, entertain, persuade) or message; or forming and supporting opinions/judgments and assertions about central ideas that are relevant (State)
R-6-8.5. Making inferences about causes or effects (State)
RI.W-6-3. NECAP (Writing) - Grade Level Expectation: Reading-Writing Connection: Writing in Response to Literary or Informational Text- Making Analytical Judgments about Text: In response to literary or informational text, students make and support analytical judgments about text by:
W-6-3.2. Making inferences about content, events, characters, setting, or common themes and the relationship(s) among them (Local)

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