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

The resources above correspond to the standards listed below:

Vermont Standards

VT.1.1. Reading: Reading Strategies: Students use a variety of strategies to help them read.
R6.7. Grade Level Expectation: Comprehension Strategies: Uses comprehension strategies (flexibly and as needed) while reading literary and informational text.
R6.7.1. Examples of reading-comprehension strategies might include: using prior knowledge; summarizing; predicting and making text-based inferences; determining importance; generating literal, clarifying, and inferential questions; constructing sensory images (e.g., making pictures in one's mind); making connections (text to self, text to text, and text to world); taking notes; locating, using, and analyzing text features (e.g., transition words, subheadings, bold/italicized print, parts of the book); or using text structure clues (e.g., chronological, cause/effect, compare/contrast, proposition and support, logical/sequential).
VT.1.3. Reading: Reading Comprehension: Students read for meaning, demonstrating both initial understanding and personal response to what is read.
R6.13. Grade Level Expectation: Analysis and Interpretation of Literary Text/Citing Evidence: Analyze and interpret elements of literary texts, citing evidence where appropriate by:
R6.13.3. 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).
R6.16. Grade Level Expectation: Analysis and Interpretation of Informational Text/Citing Evidence: Analyze and interpret informational text, citing evidence as appropriate by:
R6.16.3. 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.
R6.16.5. Making inferences about causes or effects.
VT.1.7. Writing: Responses to Literature: In written responses to literature, students show understanding of reading; connect what has been read to the broader world of ideas, concepts, and issues; and make judgments about the text.
W6.6. Grade Level Expectation: Writing in Response to Literary or Informational Text: In response to literary or informational text, students make and support analytical judgments about text by:
W6.6.3. Making inferences about the relationship(s) among content, events, characters, setting, or common themes.
VT.5.11. Literature and Media: Literary Elements and Devices: Students use literary elements and devices including theme, plot, style, imagery, and metaphor to analyze, compare, interpret, and create literature.
R6.13. Grade Level Expectation: Analysis and Interpretation of Literary Text/Citing Evidence: Analyze and interpret elements of literary texts, citing evidence where appropriate by:
R6.13.3. 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).
W6.6. Grade Level Expectation: Writing in Response to Literary or Informational Text: In response to literary or informational text, students make and support analytical judgments about text by:
W6.6.3. Making inferences about the relationship(s) among content, events, characters, setting, or common themes.
VT.5.13. Literature and Media: Responding to Text: Students respond to literary texts and public documents using interpretive, critical, and evaluative processes.
R6.13. Grade Level Expectation: Analysis and Interpretation of Literary Text/Citing Evidence: Analyze and interpret elements of literary texts, citing evidence where appropriate by:
R6.13.3. 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).
R6.16. Grade Level Expectation: Analysis and Interpretation of Informational Text/Citing Evidence: Analyze and interpret informational text, citing evidence as appropriate by:
R6.16.3. 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.
R6.16.5. Making inferences about causes or effects.
W6.6. Grade Level Expectation: Writing in Response to Literary or Informational Text: In response to literary or informational text, students make and support analytical judgments about text by:
W6.6.3. Making inferences about the relationship(s) among content, events, characters, setting, or common themes.

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