RD-10-1.0.1

Students will interpret literal or non-literal meanings of words in a passage.


RD-10-1.0.2

Students will make predictions based on what is read.


RD-10-1.0.3

Students will formulate questions to guide reading.


RD-10-1.0.4

Students will interpret the meaning of jargon, dialect, or specialized vocabulary found in a passage.


RD-10-2.0.1

Students will paraphrase information in a passage.


RD-10-2.0.2

Students will identify essential information from a passage needed to accomplish a task.


RD-10-2.0.3

Students will apply the information contained in a passage to accomplish a task/procedure or to answer questions about a passage.


RD-10-2.0.4

Students will follow the sequence of information from a passage.


RD-10-2.0.5

Students will interpret concrete or abstract terms using context from the passage.


RD-10-2.0.6

Students will explain the main ideas of a passage and identify the key ideas or information that support them.


RD-10-2.0.7

Students will make inferences, draw conclusions, or make generalizations based on evidence from a passage.


RD-10-3.0.1

Students will explain or analyze how a conflict in a passage is resolved.


RD-10-3.0.2

Students will identify or explain an author's purpose in a passage.


RD-10-3.0.3

Students will explain an author's position based on evidence in a passage.


RD-10-3.0.4

Students will accept or reject an argument, giving supporting evidence from the passage.


RD-10-3.0.5

Students will analyze an argument, giving supporting evidence from the passage.


RD-10-3.0.6

Students will analyze the relationship between a speaker's or character's motivation and behavior in a passage, as revealed by the dilemmas.


RD-10-3.0.7

Students will analyze or evaluate the use of supporting details as they relate to the author's message.


RD-10-3.0.8

Students will analyze or evaluate the use of persuasive or propaganda techniques within a passage.


RD-10-3.0.9

Students will explain the appropriateness of the author's content for an intended audience.


RD-10-4.0.1

Students will analyze the content or make connections as it applies to students' lives (text-to-self), real-world issues (text-to-world), or other texts (text-to-text).


RD-10-4.0.2

Students will use evidence from a passage to formulate opinions in response to a reading passage.


RD-10-5.0.1

Students will compare and contrast the characteristics of a variety of literary genres.


RD-10-5.0.2

Students will analyze or evaluate the effectiveness of literary elements (e.g., theme characterization, setting, point of view, conflict and resolution, plot, structure) within a passage.


RD-10-5.0.3

Students will analyze the author's use of literary devices in a passage (e.g., symbolism, irony, analogies, imagery, figurative language).


RD-10-5.0.4

Students will critique the author's word choice, style, tone, or content.


RD-10-5.0.5

Students will compare or contrast elements, views, ideas, or events presented in one or more passages.


RD-10-5.0.6

Students will analyze the ways in which similar themes or ideas are developed in more than one text.


RD-10-5.0.7

Students will evaluate the effectiveness of organization or format in fulfilling the purpose of a passage.


RD-10-5.0.8

Students will explain how the use of text features (e.g., illustrations, charts, lists, tables, graphs, tables of contents, indexes, glossaries, headings, captions) format or layout enhances the reader's understanding of a passage.


RD-10-5.0.9

Students will analyze the effectiveness of the organizational patterns in a passage (e.g., cause and effect, repetition, comparison and contrast, sequence, generalizations) for fulfilling the purpose of the passage.


RD-11-1.0.1

Students will interpret literal or non-literal meanings of words in a passage.


RD-11-1.0.2

Students will make predictions based on what is read.


RD-11-1.0.3

Students will formulate questions to guide reading.


RD-11-1.0.4

Students will interpret the meaning of jargon, dialect, or specialized vocabulary found in a passage.


RD-11-2.0.1

Students will paraphrase information in a passage.


RD-11-2.0.2

Students will identify essential information from a passage needed to accomplish a task.


RD-11-2.0.3

Students will apply the information contained in a passage to accomplish a task/procedure or to answer questions about a passage.


RD-11-2.0.4

Students will follow the sequence of information from a passage.


RD-11-2.0.5

Students will interpret concrete or abstract terms using context from the passage.


RD-11-2.0.6

Students will explain the main ideas of a passage and identify the key ideas or information that support them.


RD-11-2.0.7

Students will make inferences, draw, conclusions, or make generalizations based on evidence from a passage.


RD-11-3.0.1

Students will analyze how a conflict in a passage is resolved.


RD-11-3.0.2

Students will analyze an author's purpose in a passage.


RD-11-3.0.3

Students will explain an author's position based on evidence in a passage.


RD-11-3.0.4

Students will accept or reject an argument, giving supporting evidence from the passage.


RD-11-3.0.5

Students will evaluate an argument, giving supporting evidence from the passage.


RD-11-3.0.6

Students will analyze the relationship between a speaker's or character's motivation and behavior in a passage as revealed by the dilemmas.


RD-11-3.0.7

Students will analyze or evaluate the use of supporting details as they relate to the author's message.


RD-11-3.0.8

Students will analyze or evaluate the use of persuasive or propaganda techniques within a passage.


RD-11-3.0.9

Students will explain the appropriateness of the author's content for an intended audience.


RD-11-4.0.1

Students will evaluate the content or make connections as it applies to students' lives (text-to-self), real-world issues (text-to-world), or other texts (text-to-text).


RD-11-4.0.2

Students will use evidence from a passage to formulate opinions in response to a reading passage.


RD-11-5.0.1

Students will compare and contrast the characteristics of a variety of literary genres.


RD-11-5.0.2

Students will analyze or evaluate the effectiveness of literary elements (e.g., theme, characterization, setting, point of view, conflict and resolution, plot, structure) within a passage.


RD-11-5.0.3

Students will analyze the author's use of literary devices in a passage (e.g, symbolism, irony, analogies, imagery, figurative language).


RD-11-5.0.4

Students will critique the author's word choice, style, tone, or content.


RD-11-5.0.5

Students will compare or contrast elements, views, ideas, or events presented in one or more passages.


RD-11-5.0.6

Students will analyze the ways in which similar themes or ideas are developed in more than one text.


RD-11-5.0.7

Students will evaluate the effectiveness of organization or format in fulfilling the purpose of a passage.


RD-11-5.0.8

Students will explain how the use of text features (e.g., illustrations, charts, lists, tables, graphs, tables of contents, indexes, glossaries, headings, captions) format or layout enhances the reader's understanding of a passage.


RD-11-5.0.9

Students will analyze the effectiveness of the organizational patterns in a passage (e.g., cause and effect, repetition, comparison and contrast, sequence, generalizations) for fulfilling the purpose of the passage.


RD-12-1.0.1

Students will interpret literal or non-literal meanings of words in a passage.


RD-12-1.0.2

Students will make predictions based on what is read.


RD-12-1.0.3

Students will formulate questions to guide reading.


RD-12-1.0.4

Students will interpret the meaning of jargon, dialect, or specialized vocabulary found in a passage.


RD-12-2.0.1

Students will paraphrase information in a passage.


RD-12-2.0.2

Students will identify essential information from a passage needed to accomplish a task.


RD-12-2.0.3

Students will apply the information contained in a passage to accomplish a task/procedure or to answer questions about a passage.


RD-12-2.0.4

Students will follow the sequence of information from a passage.


RD-12-2.0.5

Students will interpret concrete or abstract terms using context from the passage.


RD-12-2.0.6

Students will explain the main ideas of a passage and identify the key ideas or information that support them.


RD-12-2.0.7

Students will make inferences, draw conclusions, or make generalizations based on evidence from a passage.


RD-12-3.0.1

Students will analyze how a conflict in a passage is resolved.


RD-12-3.0.2

Students will analyze an author's purpose in a passage.


RD-12-3.0.3

Students will explain an author's position based on evidence in a passage.


RD-12-3.0.4

Students will accept or reject an argument, giving supporting evidence from the passage.


RD-12-3.0.5

Students will evaluate an argument, giving supporting evidence from the passage.


RD-12-3.0.6

Students will analyze the relationship between a speaker's or character's motivation and behavior in a passage, as revealed by the dilemmas.


RD-12-3.0.7

Students will analyze or evaluate the use of supporting details as they relate to the author's message.


RD-12-3.0.8

Students will analyze or evaluate the use of persuasive or propaganda techniques within a passage.


RD-12-3.0.9

Students will explain the appropriateness of the author's content for an intended audience.


RD-12-4.0.1

Students will evaluate the content or make connections as it applies to students' lives (text-to-self), real-world issues (text-to-world), or other texts (text-to-text).


RD-12-4.0.2

Students will use evidence from a passage to formulate opinions in response to a reading passage.


RD-12-5.0.1

Students will compare and contrast the characteristics of a variety of literary genres.


RD-12-5.0.2

Students will analyze or evaluate the effectiveness of literary elements (e.g., theme,characterization, setting, point of view, conflict and resolution, plot, structure) within a passage.


RD-12-5.0.3

Students will analyze the author's use of literary devices in a passage (e.g., symbolism, irony, analogies, imagery, figurative language).


RD-12-5.0.4

Students will critique the author's word choice, style, tone, or content.


RD-12-5.0.5

Students will compare or contrast elements, views, ideas, or events presented in one or more passages.


RD-12-5.0.6

Students will analyze the ways in which similar themes or ideas are developed in more than one text.


RD-12-5.0.7

Students will evaluate the effectiveness of organization or format in fulfilling the purpose of a passage.


RD-12-5.0.8

Students will explain how the use of text features (e.g., illustrations, charts, lists, tables, graphs, tables of contents, indexes, glossaries, headings, captions) format, or layout enhances the reader's understanding of a passage.


RD-12-5.0.9

Students will analyze the effectiveness of the organizational patterns in a passage (e.g., cause and effect, repetition, comparison and contrast, sequence, generalizations) for fulfilling the purpose of the passage.


RD-04-1.0.1

Students will apply word recognition strategies (e.g., phonetic principles, context clues, structural analysis) to determine pronunciations or meanings of words in passages.


RD-04-1.0.2

Students will apply knowledge of synonyms, antonyms, or compound words for comprehension.


RD-04-1.0.3

Students will know that some words have multiple meanings and identify the correct meaning as the word is used.


RD-04-1.0.4

Students will apply the meanings of common prefixes or suffixes to comprehend unfamiliar words.


RD-04-1.0.5

Students will identify the purpose of capitalization, punctuation, boldface type, italics, or indentations to make meaning of the text.


RD-04-1.0.6

Students will formulate questions to guide reading.


RD-04-1.0.7

Students will scan to find key information.


RD-04-1.0.8

Students will skim to get the general meaning of a passage.


RD-04-2.0.1

Students will identify and describe the characteristics of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, or plays.


RD-04-2.0.2

Students will describe characters, plot, setting, or problem/solution of a passage.


RD-04-2.0.3

Students will locate key ideas or information in a passage.


RD-04-2.0.4

Students will interpret the meaning of specialized vocabulary (words and terms specific to understanding the content).


RD-04-2.0.5

Students will identify and explain the sequence of activities needed to carry out a procedure.


RD-04-2.0.6

Students will summarize information from a passage.


RD-04-2.0.7

Students will make inferences or draw conclusions based on what is read.


RD-04-3.0.1

Students will explain a character's or speaker's actions based on a passage.


RD-04-3.0.2

Students will explain how a conflict in a passage is resolved.


RD-04-3.0.3

Students will identify an author's purpose in a passage.


RD-04-3.0.4

Students will identify main ideas and details that support them.


RD-04-3.0.5

Students will identify fact or opinion from a passage.


RD-04-3.0.6

Students will identify information in a passage that is supported by fact.


RD-04-3.0.7

Students will identify an author's opinion about a subject.


RD-04-3.0.8

Students will identify informative or persuasive passages.


RD-04-3.0.9

Students will identify commonly used persuasive techniques (bandwagon, emotional appeal, testimonial, expert opinion) used in a passage.


RD-04-4.0.1

Students will connect information from a passage to students' lives (text-to-self), real world issues (text-to-world), or other texts (text-to-text - e.g., novel, short story, song, film, website, etc.).


RD-04-5.0.1

Students will evaluate what is read based on the author's word choice, content, or use of literary elements.


RD-04-5.0.2

Students will identify literary devices such as foreshadowing, imagery, or figurative language (similes, metaphors, and personification).


RD-04-5.0.3

Students will apply knowledge of text features (e.g., pictures, lists, charts, graphs, tables of contents, indexes, glossaries, captions, diagrams, headings) to answer questions about a passage.


RD-04-5.0.4

Students will identify the organizational pattern used (e.g., sequence, cause and effect, or comparison and contrast) to understand the passage.


RD-05-1.0.1

Students will apply word recognition strategies (e.g., context clues, structural analysis) to determine pronunciations or meanings of words in passages.


RD-05-1.0.2

Students will apply knowledge of synonyms, antonyms, or compound words to comprehend a passage.


RD-05-1.0.3

Students will identify words that have multiple meanings and select the appropriate meaning for the context.


RD-05-1.0.4

Students will apply the meanings of common prefixes or suffixes to comprehend unfamiliar words.


RD-05-1.0.5

Students will identify the purpose of capitalization, punctuation, boldface type, italics, or indentations to make meaning of the text.


RD-05-1.0.6

Students will formulate questions to guide reading.


RD-05-1.0.7

Students will scan to find key information.


RD-05-1.0.8

Students will skim to get the general meaning of a passage.


RD-05-2.0.1

Students will identify and describe the characteristics of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, or plays.


RD-05-2.0.2

Students will identify or explain literary elements (e.g, characterization, setting, plot, theme, point of view) in a passage.


RD-05-2.0.3

Students will locate key ideas or information in a passage.


RD-05-2.0.4

Students will interpret the meaning of specialized vocabulary (words and terms specific to understanding the content).


RD-05-2.0.5

Students will identify and explain the sequence of activities needed to carry out a procedure.


RD-05-2.0.6

Students will summarize information from a passage.


RD-05-2.0.7

Students will make inferences or draw conclusions based on what is read.


RD-05-3.0.1

Students will explain a character's or speaker's actions based on a passage.


RD-05-3.0.2

Students will explain how a conflict in a passage is resolved.


RD-05-3.0.3

Students will identify an author's purpose in a passage.


RD-05-3.0.4

Students will identify main ideas and details that support them.


RD-05-3.0.5

Students will identify fact or opinion from a passage.


RD-05-3.0.6

Students will identify the argument and supporting evidence.


RD-05-3.0.7

Students will identify an author's opinion (bias, misinformation) about a subject.


RD-05-3.0.8

Students will identify informative or persuasive passages.


RD-05-3.0.9

Students will identify commonly used persuasive techniques (bandwagon, emotional appeal, testimonial, expert opinion) used in a passage.


RD-05-4.0.1

Students will connect information from a passage to students' lives (text-to-self), real world issues (text-to-world), or other texts (text-to-text - e.g., novel, short story, song, film, website, etc.).


RD-05-5.0.1

Students will evaluate what is read based on the author's word choice, content, or use of literary elements.


RD-05-5.0.2

Students will identify literary devices such as foreshadowing, imagery, or figurative language (similes, metaphors, personification, hyperbole).


RD-05-5.0.3

Students will apply knowledge of text features (e.g., pictures, lists, charts, graphs, tables of contents, indexes, glossaries, captions, diagrams, headings) to answer questions about a passage.


RD-05-5.0.4

Students will identify the organizational pattern used (e.g., sequence, cause and effect, or comparison and contrast) to understand the passage.


RD-06-1.0.1

Students will apply knowledge of synonyms or antonyms to comprehend a passage.


RD-06-1.0.2

Students will select, based on context, the appropriate meaning for a word that has multiple meanings.


RD-06-1.0.3

Students will apply the meanings of word parts (prefixes, suffixes, roots) to comprehend unfamiliar words in a passage.


RD-06-1.0.4

Students will formulate questions to guide reading.


RD-06-1.0.5

Students will scan to find key information.


RD-06-1.0.6

Students will skim to get the general meaning of a passage.


RD-06-1.0.7

Students will interpret literal and non-literal meanings of words or phrases, based on context.


RD-06-2.0.1

Students will identify or explain the main idea of a passage.


RD-06-2.0.2

Students will identify and describe characteristics of short stories, novels, poetry, or plays.


RD-06-2.0.3

Students will identify or explain literary elements (e.g., characterization, setting, plot, theme, point of view) in a passage.


RD-06-2.0.4

Students will locate key ideas or information in a passage.


RD-06-2.0.5

Students will summarize information from a paragraph, a section of a passage, or the entire passage.


RD-06-2.0.6

Students will apply the information contained in a passage to accomplish a task/procedure or answer questions about a passage.


RD-06-2.0.7

Students will make predictions, draw conclusions, make generalizations, or make inferences based on what is read.


RD-06-2.0.8

Students will explain the meaning of concrete or abstract terms, based on the context from a passage (e.g., "loaded" words, connotation, and denotation).


RD-06-3.0.1

Students will explain the relationship between events in a story and a character's behavior.


RD-06-3.0.2

Students will identify an author's purpose in a passage


RD-06-3.0.3

Students will explain or analyze how a conflict in a passage is resolved.


RD-06-3.0.4

Students will identify details that support the main idea or explain their importance in a passage.


RD-06-3.0.5

Students will distinguish between informative and persuasive passages.


RD-06-3.0.6

Students will distinguish between fact or opinion.


RD-06-3.0.7

Students will identify an author's opinion about a subject.


RD-06-3.0.8

Students will identify the argument or supporting evidence from a passage.


RD-06-3.0.9

Students will identify persuasive techniques (e.g., expert opinion, emotional appeal, logical appeal, repetition) or propaganda techniques (e.g., testimonial, bandwagon).


RD-06-4.0.1

Students will connect information from a passage to students' lives (text-to-self), real world issues (text-to-world), and other texts (text-to-text - e.g., novel, short story, song, film, website, etc.).


RD-06-5.0.1

Students will identify the ways in which similar themes, ideas, and concepts are developed in more than one literary work.


RD-06-5.0.3

Students will identify literary devices (e.g., symbolism, irony, analogies, imagery, foreshadowing, figurative language).


RD-06-5.0.5

Students will evaluate the author's word choice, style, content, or use of literary elements.


RD-06-5.0.8

Students will explain or analyze how the use of text features (e.g., subheadings, bullets, fonts, white space, layout, charts, diagrams, labels, pictures, and captions) enhances the reader's understanding of a passage.


RD-06-5.0.9

Students will identify organizational patterns (e.g., cause and effect, comparison, contrast, sequence) to understand a passage.


RD-07-1.0.1

Students will apply knowledge of synonyms or antonyms to comprehend a passage.


RD-07-1.0.2

Students will select, based on context, the appropriate meaning for a word that has multiple meanings.


RD-07-1.0.3

Students will apply the meanings of word parts (prefixes, suffixes, roots) to comprehend unfamiliar words in a passage.


RD-07-1.0.4

Students will formulate questions to guide reading.


RD-07-1.0.5

Students will scan to find key information.


RD-07-1.0.6

Students will skim to get the general meaning of a passage.


RD-07-1.0.7

Students will interpret literal and non-literal meanings of words or phrases, based on context.


RD-07-1.0.8

Students will interpret the meaning of jargon, dialect, or specialized vocabulary used in a passage.


RD-07-2.0.1

Students will identify or explain the main idea of a passage.


RD-07-2.0.2

Students will identify and explain the characteristics of short stories, novels, poetry, or plays.


RD-07-2.0.3

Students will identify or explain literary elements (e.g., characterization, setting, plot, theme, point of view) in a passage.


RD-07-2.0.4

Students will locate key ideas or information in a passage.


RD-07-2.0.5

Students will summarize information from a paragraph, a section of a passage, or an entire passage.


RD-07-2.0.6

Students will apply the information contained in a passage to accomplish a task/procedure or answer questions about a passage.


RD-07-2.0.7

Students will make predictions, draw conclusions, make generalizations, or make inferences based on what is read.


RD-07-2.0.8

Students will explain the meaning of concrete and abstract terms, based on the context from a passage (e.g., "loaded" words, connotation, and denotation).


RD-07-3.0.1

Students will analyze the relationship between events in a story and a character's behavior.


RD-07-3.0.2

Students will identify or explain an author's purpose in a passage.


RD-07-3.0.3

Students will explain or analyze how a conflict in a passage is resolved.


RD-07-3.0.4

Students will identify details that support the main idea or explain their importance in a passage.


RD-07-3.0.5

Students will distinguish between informative and persuasive passages.


RD-07-3.0.6

Students will distinguish between fact or opinion.


RD-07-3.0.7

Students will identify or explain an author's opinion about a subject.


RD-07-3.0.8

Students will identify the argument or supporting evidence from a passage.


RD-07-3.0.9

Students will identify persuasive techniques (e.g., expert opinion, logical/emotional/ethical, appeal, repetition, rhetorical question) or propaganda techniques (e.g., testimonial, bandwagon).


RD-07-4.0.1

Students will connect information from a passage to students' lives (text-to-self), real world issues (text-to-world), and other texts (text-to-text - e.g., novel, short story, song, film, website, etc.).


RD-07-4.0.2

Students will use evidence from a passage to formulate opinions in response to a reading passage.


RD-07-5.0.1

Students will identify the interrelationships (themes, ideas, concepts) that are developed in more than one literary work.


RD-07-5.0.3

Students will identify and explain the use of literary devices (e.g., symbolism, irony, analogies, imagery, foreshadowing, figurative language.


RD-07-5.0.5

Students will evaluate the author's word choice, style, content, or use of literary elements.


RD-07-5.0.6

Students will compare and contrast elements, views, ideas, or events presented in one or more passages.


RD-07-5.0.7

Students will evaluate the effectiveness of organization or format in fulfilling the purpose of a passage.


RD-07-5.0.8

Students will explain or analyze how the use of text features (e.g., subheadings, bullets, fonts, white space, layout, charts, diagrams, labels, pictures, and captions) enhances the reader's understanding of a passage.


RD-07-5.0.9

Students will apply knowledge of organizational patterns (e.g., cause and effect, comparison, contrast, sequence) to understand a passage.


RD-08-1.0.1

Students will apply knowledge of synonyms or antonyms to comprehend a passage.


RD-08-1.0.2

Students will select, based on context, the appropriate meaning for a word that has multiple meanings.


RD-08-1.0.3

Students will apply the meanings of word parts (prefixes, suffixes, roots) to comprehend unfamiliar words in a passage.


RD-08-1.0.4

Students will formulate questions to guide reading.


RD-08-1.0.5

Students will scan to find key information.


RD-08-1.0.6

Students will skim to get the general meaning of a passage.


RD-08-1.0.7

Students will interpret literal and non-literal meanings of words or phrases, based on context.


RD-08-1.0.8

Students will interpret the meaning of jargon, dialect, or specialized vocabulary used in a passage.


RD-08-2.0.1

Students will explain the main idea of a passage.


RD-08-2.0.2

Students will identify and explain the characteristics of short stories, novels, poetry, or plays.


RD-08-2.0.4

Students will locate key ideas or information in a passage.


RD-08-2.0.5

Students will paraphrase information from a paragraph, a section of a passage, or an entire passage.


RD-08-2.0.6

Students will apply the information contained in a passage to accomplish a task/procedure or answer questions about a passage.


RD-08-2.0.7

Students will make predictions, draw conclusions, make generalizations, or make inferences based on what is read.


RD-08-2.0.8

Students will interpret the meaning of concrete and abstract terms, based on the context from a passage (e.g., "loaded" words, connotation, and denotation).


RD-08-3.0.1

Students will analyze the relationship between a speaker's or character's motivation and behavior in a passage, as revealed by the dilemmas.


RD-08-3.0.2

Students will identify or explain an author's purpose in a passage.


RD-08-3.0.3

Students will explain or analyze how a conflict in a passage is resolved.


RD-08-3.0.4

Students will analyze the use of details that support the main idea or explain their importance in a passage.


RD-08-3.0.7

Students will identify or explain an author's position based on evidence in a passage.


RD-08-3.0.8

Students will identify an author's argument or identify evidence from the passage to support the author's argument.


RD-08-3.0.9

Students will identify persuasive techniques (e.g., expert opinion, logical/emotional/ethical, appeal, repetition, rhetorical question, allusion) or propaganda techniques (e.g., testimonial, bandwagon, personal attack) or explain how each is used.


RD-08-4.0.1

Students will connect information from a passage to students' lives (text-to-self), real world issues, (text-to-world), and other texts (text-to-text - e.g., novel, short story, song, film, website, etc.).


RD-08-4.0.2

Students will use evidence from a passage to formulate opinions in response to a reading passage.


RD-08-5.0.1

Students will explain the interrelationships (themes, ideas, concepts) that are developed in more than one literary work.


RD-08-5.0.2

Students will interpret the use of literary elements (e.g., characterization, setting, plot, theme, point of view) in a passage.


RD-08-5.0.3

Students will identify and explain the use of literary devices (e.g., symbolism, irony, analogies, imagery, foreshadowing, figurative language.


RD-08-5.0.4

Students will analyze the author's use of literary devices in a passage (e.g., symbolism, irony, analogies, imagery, figurative language).


RD-08-5.0.5

Students will evaluate the author's word choice, style, content, or use of literary elements.


RD-08-5.0.6

Students will compare and contrast elements, views, ideas, or events presented in one or more passages.


RD-08-5.0.7

Students will evaluate the effectiveness of organization or format in fulfilling the purpose of a passage.


RD-08-5.0.8

Students will explain or analyze how the use of text features (e.g., subheadings, bullets, fonts, white space, layout, charts, diagrams, labels, pictures, and captions) enhances the reader's understanding of a passage.


RD-08-5.0.9

Students will analyze the organizational patterns (cause and effect, comparison or contrast, sequence, generalizations) in a passage.


RD-09-1.0.1

Students will interpret literal or non-literal meanings of words in a passage.


RD-09-1.0.2

Students will make predictions based on what is read.


RD-09-1.0.3

Students will formulate questions to guide reading.


RD-09-1.0.4

Students will interpret the meaning of jargon, dialect, or specialized vocabulary found in a passage.


RD-09-2.0.1

Students will paraphrase information in a passage.


RD-09-2.0.2

Students will identify essential information from a passage needed to accomplish a task.


RD-09-2.0.3

Students will apply the information contained in a passage to accomplish a task/procedure or to answer questions about a passage.


RD-09-2.0.4

Students will follow the sequence of information from a passage.


RD-09-2.0.5

Students will interpret concrete or abstract terms using context from the passage.


RD-09-2.0.6

Students will explain the main ideas of a passage and identify the key ideas or information that support them.


RD-09-2.0.7

Students will make inferences, draw conclusions, or make generalizations based on evidence from a passage.


RD-09-3.0.4

Students will accept or reject an argument, giving supporting evidence from the passage.


RD-09-3.0.1

Students will explain or analyze how a conflict in a passage is resolved.


RD-09-3.0.2

Students will identify or explain an author's purpose in a passage.


RD-09-3.0.3

Students will explain an author's position based on evidence in a passage.


RD-09-3.0.5

Students will analyze an argument, giving supporting evidence from the passage.


RD-09-3.0.6

Students will analyze the relationship between a speaker's or character's motivation and behavior in a passage, as revealed by the dilemmas.


RD-09-3.0.7

Students will analyze or evaluate the use of supporting details as they relate to the author's message.


RD-09-3.0.8

Students will analyze or evaluate the use of persuasive or propaganda techniques within a passage.


RD-09-3.0.9

Students will explain the appropriateness of the author's content for an intended audience.


RD-09-4.0.1

Students will analyze the content or make connections as it applies to students' lives (text-to-self), real-world issues (text-to-world), or other texts (text-to-text).


RD-09-4.0.2

Students will use evidence from a passage to formulate opinions in response to a reading passage.


RD-09-5.0.1

Students will compare and contrast the characteristics of a variety of literary genres.


RD-09-5.0.2

Students will analyze or evaluate the effectiveness of literary elements (e.g., theme, characterization, setting, point of view, conflict and resolution, plot, structure) within a passage.


RD-09-5.0.3

Students will analyze the author's use of literary devices in a passage (e.g., symbolism, irony, analogies, imagery, figurative language).


RD-09-5.0.4

Students will critique the author's word choice, style, tone, or content.


RD-09-5.0.5

Students will compare or contrast elements, views, ideas, or events presented in one or more passages.


RD-09-5.0.6

Students will analyze the ways in which similar themes or ideas are developed in more than one text.


RD-09-5.0.7

Students will evaluate the effectiveness of organization or format in fulfilling the purpose of a passage.


RD-09-5.0.8

Students will explain how the use of text features (e.g., illustrations, charts, lists, tables, graphs, tables of contents, indexes, glossaries, headings, captions) format or layout enhances the reader's understanding of a passage.


RD-09-5.0.9

Students will analyze the effectiveness of the organizational patterns in a passage (e.g., cause and effect, repetition, comparison and contrast, sequence generalizations) for fulfilling the purpose of the passage.


RD-EP-1.0.1

Students will apply word recognition strategies (e.g., phonetic principles, context clues, structural analysis) to determine pronunciations or meanings of words in passages.


RD-EP-1.0.2

Students will apply knowledge of synonyms, antonyms, or compound words for comprehension.


RD-EP-1.0.3

Students will know that some words have multiple meanings and identify the correct meaning as the word is used.


RD-EP-1.0.4

Students will apply the meanings of common prefixes or suffixes to comprehend unfamiliar words.


RD-EP-1.0.5

Students will identify the purpose of capitalization, punctuation, boldface type, italics, or indentations to make meaning of the text.


RD-EP-1.0.6

Students will formulate questions to guide reading.


RD-EP-2.0.1

Students will distinguish between fiction and non-fiction texts.


RD-EP-2.0.2

Students will describe characters, plot, setting, or problem/solution of a passage.


RD-EP-2.0.3

Students will locate key ideas or information in a passage.


RD-EP-2.0.4

Students will interpret specialized vocabulary (words and terms specific to understanding the content).


RD-EP-2.0.5

Students will identify the correct sequence.


RD-EP-2.0.7

Students will make inferences or draw conclusions based on what is read.


RD-EP-3.0.1

Students will explain a character's or speaker's actions based on a passage.


RD-EP-3.0.2

Students will explain how a conflict in a passage is resolved.


RD-EP-3.0.3

Students will identify an author's purpose in a passage.


RD-EP-3.0.4

Students will identify main ideas or details that support them.


RD-EP-3.0.5

Students will identify fact or opinion from a passage.


RD-EP-3.0.6

Students will identify information in a passage that is supported by fact.


RD-EP-3.0.7

Students will identify an author's opinion about a subject.


RD-EP-3.0.8

Students will identify informative or persuasive passages.


RD-EP-3.0.9

Students will identify commonly used persuasive techniques (emotional appeal and testimonial) used in a passage.


RD-EP-4.0.1

Students will connect information from a passage to students' lives (text-to-self), real world issues (text-to-world), or other texts (text-to-text - e.g., novel, short story, song, film, website, etc.).


RD-EP-5.0.1

Students will evaluate what is read based on the author's word choice, content, or use of literary elements.


RD-EP-5.0.2

Students will identify literary devices such as foreshadowing, imagery, or figurative language (similes and personification).


RD-EP-5.0.3

Students will apply knowledge of text features (e.g., pictures, lists, charts, graphs, tables of contents, indexes, glossaries, captions, headings) to answer questions about a passage.


RD-EP-5.0.4

Students will identify the organizational pattern, used (e.g., sequence, cause and effect, or comparison and contrast) to understand the passage.