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WY.1.Reading: Students use the reading process to demonstrate understanding of literary and informational texts.
Reading: Students use the reading process to demonstrate understanding of literary and informational texts.
LA11.1A Students use the reading process to apply a variety of comprehension strategies before, during, and after reading. LA11.1A.1 Students demonstrate understanding in their reading of grade-appropriate texts based on a variety of text features, such as evidence presented, text format, and use of language including: LA11.1A.1b. Inferential comprehension (prediction, cause/effect, compare/contrast, drawing conclusions).
LA11.1A.2 Students use a range of strategies (using word origins; understanding multiple meanings; inferring meaning from context; inferring literal, figurative, and technical meanings; understanding technical and subject-specific words; interpreting allusions, such as to mythology or American and British literary works) to develop vocabulary.
LA11.1B Students demonstrate an understanding of literary texts. LA11.1B.4 Students use the language and perspectives of literary criticism to evaluate literary works.
LA11.1C Students demonstrate understanding of informational texts. LA11.1C.1 Students read a variety of information genres (e.g., documentaries, speeches, public documents, print news media, Internet, websites, electronic databases, microfiche, almanacs, news) and can: LA11.1C.1b. Evaluate for accuracy, relevance, and bias; and
LA11.1C.1c. Make generalizations and inferences based on implicit and explicit information.
WY.2.Writing: Students use the writing process and use appropriate strategies to write a variety of expressive and expository pieces.
Writing: Students use the writing process and use appropriate strategies to write a variety of expressive and expository pieces.
LA11.2A Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and publish writing for intended audiences. LA11.2A.5 Students use meaningful sentence construction to achieve logical sentence order and varied sentence structures (parallel, compound-complex, and analogous).
LA11.2A.7 Students use grade level-appropriate language conventions for spelling, capitalization, punctuation, grammar, and usage by: LA11.2A.7a. Using commonly confused terms appropriately; Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Usage
LA11.2A.7b. Capitalizing names of regions;
LA11.2B. Students use appropriate strategies to write a variety of expressive and expository pieces. LA11.2B.4 Students write and present persuasive essays, demonstrations, and reports, (research, problem/solution) using grade level-appropriate strategies LA11.2B.4d. Documenting sources using appropriate standard formats.
WY.3.Speaking and Listening: Students use listening and speaking skills for a variety of purposes and audiences.
Speaking and Listening: Students use listening and speaking skills for a variety of purposes and audiences.
LA11.3.3 Students use strategies to organize formal presentations including: LA11.3.3c. Citing information sources.
LA11.3.7 Students use visual aids or technology (charts, photographs, transparencies, slides, electronic media, text, images, sound effects) to support presentations.
LA11.3.8 Students use strategies to contribute to group discussions by: LA11.3.8b. Determining the purpose of discussions;