1.3.1 Read aloud with fluency, accuracy, appropriate intonation, and expression.
1.3.2 Use phonics and structural elements to read and to determine the meaning of unfamiliar words in context.
1.3.3 Use knowledge of prefixes, suffixes, and root words to determine meaning.
1.3.5 Use knowledge of synonyms, antonyms, homophones, and homographs.
8.3.1 Retell and explain what has been said by a speaker.
8.3.4 Follow three- and four-step oral directions to complete a simple task.
10.3.1 Speak and listen in conversations and group discussions.
10.3.2 Ask pertinent questions; respond to questions with relevant details.
2.3.3 Recall essential points; make and revise predictions.
3.3.2 Make inferences about setting, character traits; predict plot.
3.3.4 Identify and compare themes (and author’s purpose) in reading selections.
4.3.2 Distinguish cause/effect, fact/opinion, and main idea and details in text.
4.3.6 Read and follow multi-step directions to complete a task.
7.3.1 Identify correct usage: verb tense, pronoun case, subject-verb agreement, irregular plurals, and comparative and superlative adjectives.
7.3.5 Use correct spelling of words containing affixes, contractions, compounds, and common homophones.
8.3.4 Follow three- and four- step oral directions to complete a simple task.
9.3.1 Use specific vocabulary, and apply standard English to communicate ideas.
10.3.4 Distinguish between a speaker’s opinion and verifiable facts.