1.A.1a--Apply word analysis skills to recognize new words.
1.A.2a -- Read and comprehend unfamiliar words using root words, synonyms, antonyms, word origins and derivations.
1.A.1b--Comprehend imfamiliar words using context clues and prior knowledge.
1.B.1a--Establish purposes for reading.
1.B.1d--Read age appropriate material aloud with fluency and accuracy.
1.B.2b -- Identify structure (e.g., description, compare/contrast, cause and effect, sequence) of nonfiction texts to improve comprehension.
3.A.1--Construct complete sentences which demonstrate subject/verb agreement: appropriate capitalization and punctuation; use of high frequency words.
3.A.2 -- Write paragraphs that include a variety of sentence types; appropriate use of the eight parts of speech; and accurate spelling, capitalization and punctuation.
3.B.1a--Use prewriting stratigies to generate and organize ideas.
3.B.2a Generate and organize ideas using a variety of planning strategies (e.g., mapping, outlining, drafting).
3.C.1a--Write for a variety of purposes including description, information, explanation and narration.
3.C.2b -- Produce and format compositions for specified audiences using available technology.
4.A.1a--Listen attentively by facing the speaker, making eye contact and paraphrasing what is said.
4.A.1b--Ask questions and respond to questions fromt the teacher and from group member to improve comprehension.
4.A.1d--Follow oral instractions accurately.
4.B.1a--Present brief oral reports, using language and vocabulary appropriate to the message and audience.
4.B.1b--Participate in discussions around a common topic.
5.A.1a--Identify questions and gather information.
5.A.1b--Locate information using a variety of resources.