Age 3 through 6th Grade

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Literature - 6th

  • Listen, retain, and follow age-appropriate directions and oral passage
  • Recognize grade-appropriate sight words
  • Define words using the correct part of speech
  • Determine the meaning, pronunciations, and derivations of words using a glossary, dictionary, and/or thesaurus
  • Sequence events
  • Identify the main idea and specific details
  • Determine cause-effect
  • Distinguish fact and opinion
  • Answer questions about story characters, setting, and significant details
  • Locate literal details
  • Recognize inferential details
  • Summarize materials read
  • Distinguish between first, second and third person
  • Recognize point of view
  • Relate isolated incidents to the central idea of a story
  • Independently read age- and level-appropriate materials on a consistent basis
  • Reading Units of Study by Lucy Calkins are used