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Key Idea Reading Foundations, Third grade is a pivotal year for your child Learning to read with fluency and confidence will serve as a foundation for. the reading demands in later grades By practicing with learning to read strategies your child will reliably be able to. make sense of multi syllable words in books He or she will come to appreciate that words have meanings that are not. literal e g a piece of cake and have relationships to other words e g company and companion Recognizing and. understanding words will help your child read increasingly challenging stories and books and build knowledge about the. world around him or her,Nov Jan Apr Jun Phonics and Word Recognition. RF 3 3 I can show what I have learned about letters and sounds. RF 3 3 A I can identify and know meanings of common prefixes and suffixes. RF 3 3 B I can decode words with common Latin suffixes. RF 3 3 C I can decode multi syllable words, RF 3 3 D I can read third grade irregularly spelled words. Nov Jan Apr Jun Fluency, RF 3 4 I can read third grade text with fluency and accuracy to support comprehension. RF 3 4 A I can read third grade text with purpose and understanding. RF 3 4 B I can read third grade text and poetry with accuracy expression and appropriate rate. RF 3 4 C I can use strategies to understand unknown words. Key Idea Reading Literature, Third graders can read stories and poems aloud fluently without pausing to figure out what each word means They.
distinguish the literal and nonliteral meanings of words such as something s fishy and cold shoulder as often seen in. fables folktales and myths Help your third grader learn to read closely to find main ideas and supporting details in a. story Discuss characters and plots of two stories written by the same author such as chapter books i e Magic Tree. House series,Nov Jan Apr Jun Key Ideas and Details. RL 3 1 I can ask and answer questions using the text for support to show my understanding. RL 3 2 I can retell stories including fables folktales and myths from diverse cultures explain. the central message and how it is conveyed, RL 3 3 I can describe the characters in a story and explain how their actions affect the story. Nov Jan Apr Jun Craft and Structure, RL 3 4 I can determine the literal and nonliteral meaning of words and phrases an author. RL 3 5 I can explain and use specific terms chapter stanza etc when discussing or writing. about stories dramas and poems and describe how each part builds on earlier. RL 3 6 I can recognize a character s point of view and how it is different than my own. Nov Jan Apr Jun Integration of Knowledge and Ideas. RL 3 7 I can explain how the illustrations of a text contribute to the mood or story being told. RL 3 9 I can compare and contrast themes characters and plots of stories written by the. same author, Nov Jan Apr Jun Range of Reading and Text Complexity. RL 10 I can independently read and comprehend third grade literary text poetry and. dramas proficiently,Key Idea Reading Informational.
Informational or explanatory text has a more complex structure than literary text Third graders should be able to. describe the logical connection between particular sentences and paragraphs in passages e g first second third cause. and effect They compare the most important points and key details presented in two books on the same topic. Students will conduct short research projects that build knowledge about various topics. Nov Jan Apr Jun Key Ideas and Details, RI 3 1 I can ask and answer questions using the text for support to show that I understand. RI 3 2 I can determine the main idea and retell the supporting details and explain how it. supports the main idea, RI 3 3 I can use language that pertains to sequence or cause effect to describe the. connection between historical events scientific ideas or steps in a procedure. Nov Jan Apr Jun Craft and Structure, RI 3 4 I can determine the meaning of words and phrases in a third grade informational text. RI 3 5 I can use various text features to locate information. RI 3 6 I can tell the difference between my point of view and the author s point of view. Nov Jan Apr Jun Integration of Knowledge and Ideas. RI 3 7 I can explain how different types of illustrations maps photographs are helpful in. clarifying a text, RI 3 8 I can explain the connections between sentences and paragraphs in a text using. comparison cause effect or sequencing, RI 3 9 I can compare and contrast important points from two texts on the same topic.
Nov Jan Apr Jun Range of Reading and Text Complexity. RI 3 10 I can independently read and comprehend third grade informational text proficiently. Key Idea Writing, In grade three students write opinions or explanations that group related information and develop topics with facts and. details They write stories that establish a situation and include details and clear sequences of events that describe the. actions thoughts and feelings of characters Encourage your student to write in a variety of ways e g journals lists. notes stories short and long paragraphs etc Emphasize not only the creative side of writing but writing to inform. how to instructions recipes weather reports etc,Nov Jan Apr Jun Text Types and Purposes. W 3 1 I can write to share my opinion on topics or texts supporting a point of view. with reasons, W 3 1 A I introduce the topic or text state an opinion and create a structure that lists reasons. W 3 1 B I provide reasons that support my opinion, W 3 1 C I use linking words and phrases to give a reason to support my opinion. W 3 1 D I provide a concluding section or statement. W 3 2 I can write an informative explanatory piece to examine a topic and convey. ideas and information clearly, W 3 2 A I can introduce a topic and group related information include illustrations when necessary.
W 3 2 B I can use facts definitions and details to develop a point. W 3 2 C I can use linking words and phrases to connect ideas. W 3 2 D I can provide a concluding section or statement. W 3 3 I can write a narrative piece to develop real or imagined experiences or events. using descriptive details, W 3 3 A I can stablish a plot and introduce a narrator and or characters organize an event that. unfolds naturally, W 3 3 B I can use dialogue between my characters and describe their actions and feelings to help. others understand the plots of my stories, W 3 3 C I can use temporal words first next then finally etc and phrases to signal event orders. W 3 3 D I can provide a sense of closure, Nov Jan Apr Jun Production and Distribution of Writing. W 3 4 I can produce writing pieces that are appropriate for third grade tasks and. W 3 5 I can use guidance from adults and peers to plan revise and edit my writing. W 3 6 I can use digital tools to produce and publish my work. Nov Jan Apr Jun Research to Build and Present Knowledge. W 3 7 I can conduct a short research project to build knowledge about a topic. W 3 8 I can research and use what I have experienced to gather information by taking. brief notes on sources and sort evidence into provided categories. Range of Writing, W 3 10 I can write on a regular basis with stamina for different tasks purposes and.
Key Idea Speaking and Listening, Third grade students continue to ask and answer questions about information he or she hears from a speaker or while. participating in classroom discussions They offer appropriate elaboration and detail that build on what others have said. Good speaking skills come from daily practice with lots of opportunities at home and with friends Practice giving. speeches at home before presenting them at school,Nov Jan Apr Jun Comprehension and Collaboration. SL 3 1 I can engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions with diverse partners. on third grade topics and texts, SL 3 1 A I can prepare for a class discussion and participate by responding to things others say. SL 3 1 B I can follow agreed upon rules for class discussions. SL 3 1 C I can ask questions to clear up my confusion about a presentation. SL 3 1 D I can explain my own ideas and understanding as they connect to the discussion. SL 3 2 I can figure out the main idea and details of what I see and hear. SL 3 3 I can ask and or answer questions of a speaker to clarify deepen my understanding. Nov Jan Apr Jun Presentation of Knowledge and Ideas. SL 3 4 I can speak clearly and audibly while reporting on a topic telling a story or. experience, SL 3 5 I can create audio recordings of stories or poems to show fluency in my reading and. add drawings or details to a description to provide information. SL 3 6 I can speak in complete sentences when appropriate to provide requested detail or. clarification,Key Idea Language, Language is developed through reading writing speaking and listening Students in third grade are beginning to.
develop more sophisticated writing styles and use words phrases grammar and punctuation effectively They are. aware of the parts of speech nouns verbs etc and recognize sentence patterns i e simple or compound As they. strive to write with accuracy in many ways including spelling they also want their writing to be meaningful. Nov Jan Apr Jun Conventions of Standard English, L 3 1 I can show that I know how to use words correctly when I write and speak. L 3 1 A I can explain the functions of nouns verbs pronouns adjectives and adverbs. L 3 1 B I can use regular and irregular plural nouns. L 3 1 C I can use abstract nouns,L 3 1 D I can use regular and irregular verbs. L 3 1 E I can use simple verb tenses, L 3 1 F I can write sentences with subject verb agreement. L 3 1 G I can use comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs appropriately. L 3 1 H I can use coordinating and subordinating conjunctions. L 3 1 I I can produce all types of sentences, L 3 2 I can show that I know how to use conventions of English capitalization punctuation and. spelling when writing, L 3 2 A I can capitalize appropriate words in titles.
L 3 2 B I can use commas in addresses, L 3 2 C I can use commas and quotation marks in dialogue. L 3 2 D I can form and use possessives, L 3 2 E I can use conventional spelling for high frequency and other words I have studied. L 3 2 F I can use spelling patterns and generalizations in my writing. L 3 2 G I can use reference materials to find correct spellings. Nov Jan Apr Jun Knowledge of Language, L 3 3 I can use what I know about language conventions when writing speaking reading or. L 3 3 A I can choose interesting words and phrases to help others understand my meaning. L 3 3 B I can recognize differences between my speaking language and my written language. Nov Jan Apr Jun Vocabulary Acquisition, L 3 4 I can figure out what words mean by using the strategies I know and by thinking about third. grade reading and content, L 3 4 A I can use context clues to figure out word meanings.
L 3 4 B I can determine the meaning of a word by using the prefix or suffix. L 3 4 C I can determine the meaning of a word by using its root word. L 3 4 D I can use glossaries and dictionaries to determine the meanings of words. L 3 5 I can show that I understand figurative language and word relationships and nuances in word. L 3 5 A I can distinguish between literal and figurative meanings of words. L 3 5 B I can identify a real life application of a word. L 3 5 C I can distinguish the small differences in meaning with related words that tell about how. someone feels or is acting e g knew believed suspected heard wondered. L 3 6 I can figure out and use words that are appropriate for third grade. Key Idea ELD English Language Development for ESL students only. There are many things you can do at home to help student s develop the skills they will need in order to be successful in. English English Language Development does not depend on speaking English Students who are read to at home in. their native language whether it be Spanish Chinese Russian etc are learning valuable skills that support English. proficiency Students not only listen as you read but they respond by asking and answering questions Older students. read the text and write ideas about what they ve heard All of these skills transfer between languages and support your. students English Language Development, Nov Jan Apr Jun Linguistic Structures Uses accurate word meaning in correct sentence form at proficiency level. ELP 9 I can create clear and coherent grade appropriate speech text. I can make accurate use of standard English to communicate in grade appropriate speech. and writing,Nov Jan Apr Jun, Receptive Modalities Listens reads and or views and then demonstrates the meaning at proficiency level. I can make meaning from oral presentations literary and informational text through. listening reading viewing, I can figure out the meaning or words and phrases in oral presentations stories and. informational text, Nov Jan Apr Jun Productive Modalities Completes an oral or written task to show understanding of what was heard at proficiency level. I can speak and write about grade appropriate complex literary and informational texts and. I can make grade appropriate oral or written claims and support them with reasoning and. ELP 7 I can adapt language choices to purpose task and audience when speaking and writing. Nov Jan Apr Jun Interactive Modalities Speak and listen read and write to collaborate and share information at proficiency le. RL 10 I can independently read and comprehend third grade literary text poetry and dramas proficiently 3 Key Idea Reading Informational Informational or explanatory text has a more complex structure than literary text Third graders should be able to describe the logical connection between particular sentences and paragraphs in passages e g first second third cause and effect They

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