Early advanced o use knowledge of english morphemes

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Early AdvancedoUse knowledge of English morphemes, phonics, and syntax to decode and interpretthe meaning of unfamiliar words.oRecognize that some words have multiple meanings (e.g., present/gift,present/time) in literature and texts in content areas.oUse some common root words and affixes when they are attached to knownvocabulary (e.g., educate, education).oUse a standard dictionary to find the meaning of known vocabulary.oRecognize simple analogies (e.g., “fly like a bird”) and metaphors used in literatureand texts in content areas.oUse decoding skills and knowledge of academic and social vocabulary to achieveindependent reading.oRecognize some common idioms (e.g., “scared silly”) in discussions and reading.oRead aloud with appropriate pacing, intonation, and expression increasinglycomplex narrative and expository texts.AdvancedoApply knowledge of common root words and affixes when they are attached toknown vocabulary.oRecognize that some words have multiple meanings and apply this knowledgeconsistently.Geology: Ever Changing Rocks – Level 4CAR. Addington, P. Guyer, L. Pugh, K. Shelton, and C. Westbrook (Project GLAD 11/07JB)Page 11 of 108
IDEA PAGE 12oApply knowledge of academic and social vocabulary to achieve independentreading.oUse common idioms, some analogies, and metaphors in discussion and reading.oUse a standard dictionary to determine the meaning of unknown words.oRead aloud with appropriate pacing, intonation, and expression narrative andexpository texts.Reading ComprehensionBeginningoRespond orally to stories read aloud by giving one- or two-word responses (e.g.,“brown bear”) to factual comprehension questions.oOrally identify the relationship between simple text read aloud and one’s ownexperience by using key words and/or phrases.oUnderstand and follow simple one-step directions for classroom activities.oIdentify, using key words or pictures, the basic sequence of events in stories readaloud.oIdentify, using key words and/or phrases, the main idea in a story read aloud.oPoint out text features, such as the title, table of contents, and chapter headings.Early IntermediateoRead and listen to simple stories and demonstrate understanding by using simplesentences to respond to explicit detailed questions (e.g., “The bear is brown”).oRead and orally identify relationships between written text and one’s ownexperience by using simple sentences.oUnderstand follow simple two-step directions for classroom activities.oOrally identify, using simple sentences, the basic sequence of events in text that onereads.oRead text and orally identify the main ideas by using simple sentences and drawinginferences about the text.Geology: Ever Changing Rocks – Level 4CAR. Addington, P. Guyer, L. Pugh, K. Shelton, and C. Westbrook (Project GLAD 11/07JB)Page 12 of 108
IDEA PAGE 13oRead and identify basic text features such as the title, table of contents, andchapter headings.

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