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The student uses the English language to interpret oral input, construct meaning, interact w i th confide n ce both verbal l y and nonverball y , and express ideas effective l y in a varie t y of personal, social, and academic contexts .

Listens and responds during a read aloud from a variety of fiction and text styles to comprehend, identify, and relate to character and setting.
Distinguishes be t ween homophones and identif i es figurative language.
Listens, responds to, and analyzes complex instructions and statements; applies instr u ctions and directions; answers and formulates both closed and open-ended questions in a variety of scenarios.
Applies correct language patterns to identify and organize events in a variety of narrative texts and text styles.
States the main idea or topic and impor t ant details from learned concepts or read alouds of a var i e t y of expository texts; applies understanding to summarize the text using acquired vo c abulary and appropriate language structure.

The student uses reading strategies, lit e ra r y ana l y s is, and critical thinking skills to c onstruct meaning and develop an understanding as w e ll as an appreciation of a varie t y of gen r es of both fiction a nd nonfiction.

Analyzes t he text and dist i ngui sh es text features to enhance comprehension.
Applies context clues, reference sources, and other vocabulary expansion strategies to assess word meaning; uses prefixes, suffixes, and root words to determine the meaning of unfamiliar and comp o und words.
Distinguishes main character from supporting characters, compares and contrasts character traits, and d e scribes the setting in fiction.
Sorts and organizes relevant eve n ts, identifies cause and effect, makes predictions and inferences, and identifies problem and solution in narrative and exp o sitory text.
Explains the differences between fiction and nonfiction; identifies fact and opinion; states main idea or t opic and determines important details.

The student effective l y com m unicates to a variety of audiences in all forms of w r iting through the use of the w ri t ing process, proper grammar, and a ge- appropriate expressive vocab ul a r y .

Examines spelling pa t terns and applies structural analy s is to correctly spell words.
Identifies complete sentences, f r agments, and run-on sentences; uses a variety of sentence types in writing.
Applies the parts of speech; identifies subjects and objects using prepositional phrases in sentences.
Identifies elements in descript i ve, narrative, and exposi t ory forms of writing; uses a variety of sentence types and basic organizati o nal patterns to construct narrative, descri p tive, and expo s itory paragraphs.
Uses the writing process; applies prewriting st rategies to generate ideas; uses the dictionary as an aid in the writing process; identifies spelling, capitalization, and ending punc t uation errors.