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Wyoming Standards for Sixth Grade English Language Arts

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

LA6.1A Students use the reading process to apply a variety of comprehension strategies before, during, and after reading.

LA6.1A.1 Students use word origins and derivations to develop vocabulary.
LA6.1A.2 Students understand grade-level-appropriate technical and subject-specific vocabulary.
LA6.1A.3 Students comprehend main idea and supporting details in grade-level-appropriate texts through interpretation, inference and analyzing, and read on both the literal and inferential levels, supplying textual evidence, and prior knowledge.
LA6.1A.4 Students use reading strategies including setting a purpose, visualizing, and analyzing cause-effect relationships.

LA6.1B Students read and interpret a variety of literary texts including historical fiction, novels, poetry, fairy tales, tall tales, myths, legends, and plays.

LA6.1B.1 Students identify connections between dialogue, events, and conflict.
LA6.1B.2 Students make connections within and among texts and themselves.
LA6.1B.3 Students identify similes and metaphors.

LA6.1C Students demonstrate understanding of informational texts.

LA6.1C.1 Students use maps, captioned pictures, or sidebars to locate additional information embedded in text.
LA6.1C.2 Students analyze technical data in charts and graphs.

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

LA6.2A Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and publish writing for intended audiences.

LA6.2A.2 Students use introduction, body, and conclusion, with supporting sentences and details to develop ideas in multi-paragraph expository and persuasive modes.
LA6.2A.3 Students use persuasive word choice, engaging voice, and correct sentence structure.
LA6.2A.4 Students use grade-level-appropriate conventions of capitalization, spelling, punctuation, grammar and usage such as present perfect, past perfect, and future perfect verb tenses, indefinite pronouns, verbs that agree with compound subjects, and semicolons to connect independent clauses.

LA6.2B Students write a variety of expressive and expository pieces.

LA6.2B.3 Students write directions, explain problem and solution or procedures.
LA6.2B.4 Using multiple sources, students create and present informational reports, posters, maps, and/or pamphlets, using strategies to write research such as evaluating and synthesizing information, incorporating notes into a finished product, including facts, details and examples.

WY.3. Speaking and Listening: Students use listening and speaking skills for a variety of purposes.

LA6.3.1 Students speak on a focused topic with clear organization including main idea with supporting details and a recognizable conclusion.

LA6.3.2 Students communicate using organization, volume, posture, pace, eye contact, and relevant gestures.

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