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The student uses the English language to interpret oral input, construct meaning, interact with confidence both verbally and nonverbally, and express ideas effectively in a variety of personal, social, and academic contexts.

Listens and responds to a read aloud from a variety of fiction and nonfiction to analyze character development and setting, to determine tone, voice, and mood, and to make connections to the text.
Listens and responds to, analyzes, gives, and discusses complex instructions; constructs complex sentences and statements to explain, describe, support, and discuss information; answers and formulates closed and open-ended questions.
Uses appropriate language structures to problem solve, explain a process, and express opinions integrating comparison and contrast statements; analyzes presentations.
Uses a variety of language patterns and structures to explain text, discuss topics and themes; expresses thoughts and opinions to analyze plot, problem and solution, as well as make predictions and inferences, and draw conclusions from listening to a variety of texts and multimedia sources.
Explains the main idea or topic and important details from learned concepts or readings of a variety of expository texts; applies sequence of events to discuss and summarize text; compares and contrasts topics from a variety of texts.

The student uses reading strategies, literary analysis, and critical thinking skills to construct meaning and develop an understanding as well as an appreciation of a variety of genres of both fiction and nonfiction.

Analyzes the text, establishes purpose, states author’s purpose, and distinguishes between text features.
Analyzes context clues, reference sources, and other vocabulary expansion strategies to assess word meaning using prior knowledge to relate to new meaning; uses prefixes, suffixes, and root words to determine the meaning of unfamiliar, multiple-meaning, and compound words.
Analyzes characters and traits; explains setting in fiction and nonfiction; distinguishes between first person, third person, and omniscient point of view.
Organizes plot; establishes cause and effect relationships; makes connections, predictions, inferences, draws conclusions, and classifies conflicts in narrative, expository, and persuasive texts.
Distinguishes between fact and opinion in narrative and expository texts; states and paraphrases main idea and selects important details.
Uses elements of poetry and plays to analyze, interpret, and identify genre, imagery, and figurative language.

The student effectively communicates to a variety of audiences in all forms of writing through the use of the writing process, proper grammar, and ageappropriate expressive vocabulary.

Uses transitional words, phrases, and clauses to connect ideas when constructing complex sentences.
Distinguishes appropriate and incorrect grammar structure; applies a variety of syntactic styles to write.
Applies organizational patterns and the elements of descriptive, narrative, expository, and persuasive forms of writing to construct a composition.
Uses figurative language; writes different styles of poems.
Uses basic editing marks and revising techniques; uses reference sources to verify information; writes a final draft using the writing process.