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Determine word meaning by using context;
Use spelling, prefixes and suffixes, roots, and word origins to understand meanings;
Use reference aids such as a glossary, dictionary, thesaurus, and available technology to determine meanings and pronunciations
Identify analogies, homonyms, synonyms/antonyms, and connotation/denotation.
The student reads with fluency and understanding in increasingly demanding texts.
Read silently for a variety of purposes with comprehension for sustained periods of time;
Adjust reading rate based on purposes for reading
Read orally at a rate that enables comprehension.
The student comprehends selections using a variety of strategies.
Use prior knowledge and experience to comprehend;
Determine purpose for reading;
Self-monitor reading and adjust when confusion occurs by rereading, using resources, and questioning;
Summarize texts by identifying main ideas and relevant details;
Make inferences such as drawing conclusions and making generalizations or predictions, supporting them with prior experiences and textual evidence;
Analyze and use both narrative and expository text structures: sequence, description, problem/solution, compare/contrast, and cause/effect;
Make connections and find patterns, similarities, and differences across texts;
Construct visual images based on text descriptions;
Determine important ideas from texts and oral presentations;
Manage text by using practices such as previewing, highlighting, making marginal notes, notetaking, outlining, and journaling
Use questioning to enhance comprehension before, during, and after reading.
The student reads texts to find information on self-selected and assigned topics.
Generate relevant, interesting, and researchable questions;
Locate appropriate print and non-print information using text and technical resources;
Organize and record new information in systematic ways to develop notes, charts, and graphic organizers;
Communicate information gained from reading;
Use compiled information and knowledge to raise additional unanswered questions
Use text organizers such as overviews, headings, and graphic features to locate and categorize information.
The student reads for different purposes in varied sources, both narrative and expository.
Read to enjoy, to complete a task, to gather information, to be informed, to solve problems, to answer questions, to analyze, to interpret, and to evaluate;
Read sources such as literature, diaries, journals, textbooks, maps, newspapers, letters, speeches, memoranda, electronic texts, and technical documents
Understand and interpret visual representations.
The student formulates and supports responses to various types of texts.
Respond actively to texts in both aesthetic and critical ways;
Respond to text through discussion, journal writing, performance, and visual representation
Support responses by using prior knowledge and experience and/or citing textual evidence which may consist of a direct quotation, paraphrase, or specific synopsis.
The student reads critically to evaluate texts in order to determine the credibility of sources.
Evaluate the credibility of informational sources and their relevance for assigned and self-selected topics;
Evaluate how a writer's motivation, stance, or position may affect text credibility, structure, or tone;
Analyze aspects of text, such as patterns of organization and choice of language, for persuasive effect;
Recognize modes of reasoning, such as induction and deduction
Recognize logical and illogical arguments in text.
The student reads to increase knowledge of own culture, the culture of others, and the common elements of cultures.
Compare text events with personal and other readers' experiences
Recognize and discuss literary themes and connections that cross cultures.
The student uses a variety of word recognition strategies.
Apply knowledge of letter-sound correspondences, language structure, and context to recognize words
Use dictionaries, glossaries, and other sources to confirm pronunciations and meanings of unfamiliar words.
The student acquires vocabulary through reading and systematic word study.
Expand vocabulary by reading, viewing, listening, and discussing;

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