Read increasingly complex narrative and expository

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Read increasingly complex narrative and expository texts aloudwith appropriate pacing, intonation and expression.AdvancedApply knowledge of common roots and affixes when attached toknown vocabulary.Recognize that words sometimes have multiple meanings andapply this knowledge consistently.Apply this knowledge of academic and social vocabulary to achieveindependent reading.Animals Adapt to SurviveLevel 2 CA9Del Paso Heights School District - Project G.L.A.D (02/07 JB)
ANIMALS ADAPT TO SURVIVE(Grade Level 3)IDEA PAGESUse common idioms, some analogies and metaphors in discussionand reading.Use a standard dictionary to determine measuring of unknownwords.Read narrative and expository text aloud with appropriate pacing,intonation, and expression.Reading ComprehensionComprehension & Analysis of Grade-Level Appropriate TextBeginning(Blank)Early Intermediate(Blank)IntermediateUse detailed sentences to orally respond to comprehensionquestions about written text (e.g., ”The brown bear lives with hisfamily in the forest.”).Read and identify text features such as titles, table of contents,chapter headings, diagrams, charts, glossaries, and indexes inwritten texts.Read and use detailed sentences to orally identify main ideas anduse them to make predictions and provide supporting details forpredictions made.Early AdvancedDescribe main ideas and supporting details of a text.Generate and respond to comprehension questions related to thetext.Describe relationships between text and their experience.AdvancedUse resources in the text (such as ideas, illustrations, titles, etc.) todraw inferences, conclusions, and to make generalizations.ComprehensionBeginningRespond orally to stories read to them by answering factualcomprehension questions, using one- or two-word responses (e.g.,“brown bear”).Orally identify relationship between simple text read to them andtheir won experience using key words and/or phrases.Understand and follow simple one-step directions for classroom orwork-related activities.Early IntermediateRead and listen to simple stories and demonstrate understandingby using simple sentences to respond to explicit detailed questions(e.g., “The bear is brown.”)Read and orally identify relationships between written text and theirown experience using simple sentences.Understand and follow simple two-step directions of classroom orwork-related activities.Animals Adapt to SurviveLevel 2 CA10Del Paso Heights School District - Project G.L.A.D (02/07 JB)
ANIMALS ADAPT TO SURVIVE(Grade Level 3)IDEA PAGESIntermediateRead and use more detailed sentences to orally describerelationships between text and their own experiences.Understand and follow some multi-step directions for classroom-related activities.

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