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West Virginia Standards for Seventh Grade English Language Arts

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WV.RLA.S.7.1. Reading: Students will use skills to read for literacy experiences, read to inform and read to perform a task by identifying and using the dimensions of reading (phonemic awareness, phonics, background knowledge/vocabulary, high frequency words/fluency, comprehension, writing and motivation to read) and employing a wide variety of literature in developing independent readers.

RLA.O.7.1.01. Students will compare/contrast connotation and denotation to understand and enhance meaning of words, sentences and uncomplicated passages.

RLA.O.7.1.02. Students will use Greek and Latin roots, prefixes and suffixes to determine the meaning of words, understand words, change word meanings and generate new words appropriate to grade level, recognize that knowledge of the origins and history of word meanings enhances understanding of a word’s meaning.

RLA.O.7.1.04. Students will use pre-reading strategies (e.g., generating questions, previewing, activating and evaluating prior knowledge, scanning, skimming) and comprehension strategies to critically analyze and evaluate the composition of texts by

RLA.O.7.1.04.a. Generalizing to establish a purpose for reading
RLA.O.7.1.04.b. Interpreting the relationship between graphic aids and text
RLA.O.7.1.04.c. Making complex or abstract predictions by synthesizing information gained from previewing text and graphic aids

RLA.O.7.1.05. Students will determine and interpret the elements of literature to construct meaning and recognize author’s and/or reader’s purpose:

RLA.O.7.1.05.a. Plot
RLA.O.7.1.05.b. Character
RLA.O.7.1.05.c. Setting
RLA.O.7.1.05.d. Conflict
RLA.O.7.1.05.e. Rising and falling action
RLA.O.7.1.05.f. Climax
RLA.O.7.1.05.g. Resolution
RLA.O.7.1.05.i. Antagonist
RLA.O.7.1.05.j. Protagonist
RLA.O.7.1.05.k. Hero

RLA.O.7.1.06. Students will relate and analyze connections/themes among ideas in literary and informational texts, such as text to self, text-to-text, text to world connections, and recognize that global awareness promotes understanding, tolerance, and acceptance of ethnic, cultural, religious and personal differences.

RLA.O.7.1.07. Students will summarize explicit and implied information from literary and informational texts to recognize the relationships among the facts, ideas, events and concepts (e.g., names, dates, events, organizational patterns, graphical representations as found in photographs, captions, maps, tables or timelines, textual features including table of contents, headings or side bars).

RLA.O.7.1.08. Students will examine and interpret figurative language (hyperbole, simile, metaphor) and literary techniques (e.g., flashback, stereotype, foreshadowing) in text

RLA.O.7.1.10. Students will use examples, and details in practical texts to make inferences and logical predictions about outcomes of procedures in such texts.

WV.RLA.S.7.2. Writing: Students will apply writing skills and strategies to communicate effectively for different purposes by using the writing process, applying grammatical and mechanical properties in writing and selecting and evaluating information for research purposes.

RLA.O.7.2.03. Students will use analogies, illustrations, examples, or anecdotes to enhance oral and written communication (e.g., letters, poems, brief reports, descriptions, extended text, illustrations).

RLA.O.7.2.06. Students will use sophisticated transitional words and cues to signal organization of a composition.

RLA.O.7.2.10. Students will select and use a variety of resource materials to plan, develop, and deliver a research project (3 pages) with documented sources, using computer-generated graphic aids.

WV.RLA.S.7.3. Listening, Speaking and Media Literacy: Students will apply listening, speaking and media literacy skills and strategies to communicate with a variety of audiences and for different purposes.

RLA.O.7.3.01. Students will demonstrate effective oral communication skills (e.g., tone, volume, rate, audience, etiquette, standard English) through presentation of

RLA.O.7.3.01.a. Compositions
RLA.O.7.3.01.b. Reports

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